D4 14-24 2.8 ISO 100 @ f/2.8 +/- 1EV 10 shot HDR using Promote Control System
PHOTO-A-DAY: October 2012(823 posts) (72 voices)
Really great work from everyone. Loved those b&w shots a few pages back and also the HDR contributions make me consider to give that a try. Not to mention the exceptional portraits and non-HDR landscapes.
I am still waiting for my camera to get back from service (it should be here tomorrow).
@WarEagle - perfect.
@tcole, that's worked out just fine, very atmospheric. I did something similar once, very stupid and very annoying as I was at 3200 and it all but ruined the images for me in the end. Still, you learn from your mistakes and I've never done it since.
Fort Perch Lighthouse, New Brighton, England
The lighthouse theme has been and gone a month or so ago, but you can't knock 'em as far as a subject is concerned. This was a 30 second exposure playing with my new big stopper, I wanted to get cloud movement and to smooth out the water as it was very, very windy and the rock pool was all over the place. Next up, a polariser to fit in with my Lee filters...
A decent spot to return when the tide is high and coming in through these rocks I reckon.
Last night, headed from the wedding to my son's reception the Big Sun gave me a gift...this is taken by simply pulling onto an exit ramp, jumping out and....
With the excellent photos on PAD, I think this is at least in the class....but we really have some very nice stuff here. Thanks all...
Thanks for all the comments on both here and flickr! Hope you all aren't sick of cars yet:
D800 | Nikkor 70-200mm VRII | 165mm | f/7.1 | 1/80
Taken two days ago. Last of the summer flowers blooming in my yard.
D70, Tokina 100mm 2.8
I am directly in the center path of Hurricane Sandy (started raining lightly this morning) so my next few photos will likely be wet ones.
Really nice shots everyone. What a lift to the morning to visit these pages!
Donald Jose, Msmoto, Coastalconn and others in or near the path of sandy, take care.
Yeti, just superb detail. Almost enough to make me look forward to our first frost. This is one of the b&w images I was talking about yesterday. I think you get a much greater feel for the detail in b&w. This is called The Priest and the Nuns. You can see a standing figure to the right, with two figures kneeling before him. For some perspective, those boulders just below are the size of a large SUV.
D90 70-200 @ 195mm f/7.1 1/1600 ISO 400
PP in Silver Efex
Great Landscapes, proudgeek, postman and rschnaibl
MsMoto, what a moment! very nice picture
Golf, another stunning photo!
My share of the day, enjoy.
golf, I like that HDR, but it needs straightening.
Squamish, excellent portraiture as usual.
Coastalconn, lovely eagle in that last.
@golf - nice HDR
@postman - beautiful, love the colours and clouds
@msmoto - great sky colours and great car :)
@wareagle - love You car shots, I would really like to learn panning technique from You
@donaldejose - exceptional macro, great colours
@Yetibuddha - great bokeh, I guess it's frost on the leaf? not sugar :D, though it looks like that :)
@proudgeek - nice location, where is it?
@Juergen - beauty indeed, nice catch
Thanks guys. Great b&w landscape, proudgeek. Makes me want to go climb a sandstone tower! :]
D800 • ZF.2 100mm f2 @ f2.5 • 1/125 • ISO 160 • SB-700
@SquamishPhoto - great model :), love the bokeh and the way zeiss captures the light
I finally decided to register and start posting. I often combine two interests when photographing (that is theme parks and photography). This one is from a recent trip to Europa-Park in Germany.
Agree with Adam, Squamish. Your portrait work is pretty awesome. Adam, this is just outside of Moab, Utah, best known as the jumping off point for Canyonlands and Arches national parks. It's a place everyone should shoot at least once.
@proudgeek - thanks for info, I've been couple of times in states, but never to Utah. I guess, will have to go there one day.
@mk2pop - nice pano, though a little bit to tight IMHO, would love to see some environment
D800, 105mm 2.8G @ f/51(!), ISO 100.
the full res is in the link, and yeah, diffraction has taken its toll... also it might not be too sharp since the wind was blowing a little bit ( i was using a tripod and everything ). Also, you can see dust/oil on the sensor if you look : S But the photo turned out well enough.
I've come to the conclusion that shooting concerts is like fishing. You keep casting your shots until you can snag the light and hope your catch doesn't spin on you. Not to mention the rough waters and obstacles you have to go through in order to cast your shots, no wonder fisherman are always drinking beer! lol
All these unbelievable photos. I don't know how I can even compete!
Had a trip out to the folks' cabin and was planning to do some landscapes. Well, some heavy fog rolled in and what I hoped might make for some great atmosphere just ended up blinding everything. So I ended up capturing what I could still manage to see.
I took this shot and it kind of reminded me of the scene in the Lord of the Rings when Frodo & company hid on the side of the road when the Nazgul showed up.
D700 - 50mm f1.8
@greybagel, great shot! great location for a model... or hooded figure
@greybagel, great shot! add a hooded figure great location for a model... or hooded figure
Completely agree! I was trying to coax someone outside to fill in, but unfortunately everyone wanted to stay in where it was warm and dry lol
But I almost feel like I keep looking at it waiting for someone to ride/walk up the road out of the fog which is fun too.
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