I like it Rob. The thinks that bug me are all on the right edge. The area around and including the shore on the right is a bit brighter. The batch of dark smoke around the boat on the right keeps grabbing my eye too.
The bridge on the left doesn’t bother me as it did Lenny. For me it adds some depth to an otherwise fairly flat image. It also…[Read more]
The landscape is quite remarkable in Iceland Frank. I could have used a wider lens but I wanted to have a ton of detail when I got home. Glad I did as this pano is huge and I’ll likely make a few different images out of it. Thanks.
I’m not entirely sure I have the name right Beth. Those falls are very hard to find a reference for so I just used the name of the nearest town. I can see how the road could be a bit hairy in the fog but it was a fabulous drive on the day we passed though. Thanks for your comment.
Hi Barb. Thanks for including the EXIF. Next time it would be good to include your shutter speed as well. Not a lot of noise for ISO 6400…what camera are you using?
It looks like you have a good handle on your camera settings as the sky isn’t blown and the scene is appropriately lit. The first thing I would do is straighten the image as it’s…[Read more]
Without a single object to focus on, the viewer is left to wander around the image. What would have been a scrambled backdrop now becomes a larger subject. The viewer is left to discover the satellite dishes, air conditioners and the various hodgepodge of things the building presents. The train acts as a counterbalance and it’s green and blue…[Read more]
Instead of upgrade I would keep the crop frame and add a full frame body because you will probably miss the crop sensor’s reach on your lenses at some point. That leaves two choices; the 5D Mk IV and if that’s more than you want to spend then the 6D Mk II.
I’ve owned the 7D(crop sensor) and the 6D and enjoyed both. The 5D Mk IV has taken away my…[Read more]
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