Sorry bout that Keith....didnt see (at least from my perspective) that you suggested anything but that a queue existed.
my first attempts at some b&w
H3D39, 28mm 50mm, and 150mm
Kuau, these are really nice first attempts ! I do prefer the first and last one ( big in contrast) wich belong to the traditionnal american landscape photograph !
thanks for sharing.
a few from bryce canyon
You're good, Kuau!
Thanks for posting these.
Another from Banff.
Your image from Banff is wonderful.
In the spirit of the Independence Day holiday this weekend, I thought I would post a little primer from a fireworks show a couple weeks ago.
Just like carefully lit dandelion seeds!
I like the simplicity. The first is my favourite.
A few more Cambo/P65 images from my recent trip to the Columbia River Gorge.
superb images Ed - well done!
I like them nice work!
One from May in Southern Ontario.
Bill I love your images from Southern Ontario. The storm clouds and bright greens are incredible.
Bills rural landscapes inspired me to process this image from the Palouse Region of Eastern Washington.
Bill, the colors of your last Banff image are really beautiful. I like depth of all the greens on the trees in the lower part and those blueish grays on the mountains.
Ed, excellent image from the Palouse Region. What looks odd though to me is the step when those gray clouds of the top part suddenly become so blue cast. I would expect the tonal transition to be more smoothly. But sometimes strange things happen quite naturally.
some very nice work on this page!
A few from the S2 shot in springtime in WMNP in NH. First image with the 180mm, second with the 70mm.
Cheers Ed. IIRC, f/16.
One from the Aguire National Recreation Area in NM.
"Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
Darlene Almeda, photoscapes.com
With a bit of PP
All three tubes (one of each) stacked on a Mamiya 120 N macro, at near full extension! Somewhere around 2.5:1 mag.
Ed's Palouse landscape motivates me to post this one from a couple of years ago - P45+ and 300 mm. I'd probably process it a bit differently today.
Looks pretty good to me Bill. The haze adds a nice depth to the image.
Thanks Jack! There are so many interesting images posted here.
can't decide which i like better
I like the ladder shadow on the second one best, but the overall balance, composition and lighting are better on the first one IMO -- and i do like the telephone pole shadow in #1 too...
i felt the same way! part of a series i'm doing of shadows on large objects, btw.
again a great eye! I am sure there will be the 'oversharpened' comments on the roses (and, they may be) but not the others
really nailed the last one
Are you doing a 'fauna in flora' seiries? or do you you like these kinds of shots?
A garden shot from Powerscourt near Dublin; a real find. This was a 'backup' snap' to a few well composed, Alpa P65+ shots...that were OOF (you know the problem, set at infinity, store, bring out, moves the focus...ARGGH!
Anyway, shows good DR and nice color. BTW was overcast and pretty dark in this corner.