Long lense Landscapes

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  1. stapo49

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    Good set but two and three for me.......
     
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    Nice...#1 and #3 for me.
     
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    Nice set.
     
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    1 and 4 for me. I think that long lenses are very useful for landscapes.
     
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    stapo49 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks Jeff

    Thank you.

    Thanks Jeff

    Thanks Derrel. I was getting a bit stale using the wide angle lenses so I thought I would change it up a bit. It certainly makes you focus on your composition a lot more.
     
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    These are all so good. #1 is my favorite!
     
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    My favorite landscape lenses are 70-200, 135mm, 300mm, 70-300, 80-400.
     
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    Thanks very much.

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    I am using my Panasonic 100-300 II. Panasonic make a nice 35-100 (70-200 full frame equivalent) 2.8 but I am still deciding if I am going to change systems so just using what I have.

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    That first one is gorgeous - great light, nice atmosphere with that mist in the background, the feeling of movement with the wave, nice dof and a good sky. Nominating for POTM!
     
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    Awesome! I need to get busy with my 70-200 like how we talked about.

    I like them all but #1 does it for me with that rock, the waves and the dof. (f/8?)
     

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