Welcome, and looking forward to seeing your work.
The Eiger shot is wonderful.
Reminds me your two "inner city" Venezia photos posted a couple of months ago. Details everywhere in a incredible DOF... (high)lights control.. . Same bracketing technique? Or is the slightly wider situation allowed you to get this in post?
In any case... the final result's great! Sure it'll look good printed BIG!
Rayyan: +1, +1, +1. No doubt about it. Cheers, Matt.
Spokane, WA at the river and the view from the Davenport Hotel. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
1. D700; 28-300mm; 28mm; 1/40s @ f/8; ISO 200
2. D700; 28-300mm; 300mm; 1/50s @ f/5.6; ISO 800
3. D700; 24mm f/1.4G; 1/80s @ f/1.4; ISO 1250
Thank you all.
Yep, what they said I particularly like the second one with the huge pipe
Beautiful Geometry,Saturation & Framing Rayyan!
Thanks folks for looking in.
Back on the Alsace route...
Hot, sunny day it was!!
Steve and Lloyd... Thank you! I'm honored, as always.
The rain is pouring down, day after day, I have a cold, clients don't pay, suppliers don't deliver... time for a smile I suppose
D300 with Tamron 17-50 @ 50mm and f/4
Tim, Rayyan and Jorgen: wonderful posts! Tim, your autumn leaves in the wind shot is exceptional!
From today at lunch. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
1. D3s; 24-120mm F/4; 120mm; 1/6400s @ f/4; ISO 1000
2. D3s; 24-120mm F/4; 38mm; 1/2400s @ f/4; ISO 1000
3. D3s; 24-120mm F/4; 120mm; 1/500s @ f/4; ISO 1000
Here's what people do for a living upcountry: Rice and sugarcane.
D300 with Tamron 17-50 @ 42mm and f/8
So, is Michael the danish couterpart for Kent?
(and yes it can be surprisingly hot over there, not unlike Hungary farther east)
My fav are the last two (the second one to be added to your collection of "interactng people"), the last one (art or architecture students of some kind?) is just a killer shot.
(though you did not post in the right forum: here, it's "Nikon" )