Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Tantalus, Apr 28, 2007.
Pretty. I really like the first: the colors, the soft water, the ship in the distance...
a couple questions if I may?
pic 1: What shutter speed did you use to soften the water?
pic 2: what focal length was that shot in to get the foreground so close and stretch out like that (i may not be explaining well enough)
I MUST get out to BC one of these days. Absolutely stunning. (Im stuck in Toronto BTW)
1: 0.3sec f16 100iso
2: 10mm on Canon 400D so it's actually 16mm.
If you come out west, do visit Stanley Park, it's beautiful with lots of photo ops. Cheers.
I can see why it's your favorite place. #1 and #2 are my favorites, I like the motion of the water and clouds in #1 and I like all the detail with the shells in #2.:thumbup:
Very nice series. The last one is on a bit of some sort of verge though, but still very good. I like the way you pull into the shot with the composition.
Oh wow - wonderful scenery, wonderful shots!
My favourite is the seafloor image (#2) - reminds me of the North Sea coast which I love so much because the exposed seafloor at low tide is such a fascinating habitat...
Where did you shoot these? Magical place.. OH and I love the pictures by the way.
Wow, your work is the kind that inspires me to be better. Flabbergasting work!!
Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Well, I'm flattered, appreciate your kind comment.
Thanks again everyone.
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