Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by Baramundi Bob, Dec 8, 2011.
Stunning really like the third photo.
Very nice. Am I right in thinking slow shutter speeds? Also were any effects such as starburst added in when edited or was it achieved form filters. Hopw my ?? are not off the mark, I'm new to DSLR!!
Stunning photos :yes: How did you get the ship in the distance to stand out like it does? It realy adds to the atmosphere of the photos.
All the pics are straight out the camera. No editing effects. The lens seems to create its own starburst effects. They were all shot in jpeg at f9 with shutter speeds between 10 and 30 secs.
Really must learn to shoot raw now.
Stunning shots those Glenn :yes:
good pics glenn stunning
Nice the fourth one in 's a cracker, what's the Camera your using
i love the atmosphere in the pics nice one !
Class photos Glen but you should be out with the rod not the camera
Were all these taken with your 10-20 sigma lens Glenn,
if so is it ok now realy like the photo with the starburst moon,
very nice :yes:
sigma 10-20 and also the canon 50mm Harry. 10-20 is still going back as its terrible on auto focus
Really nice Glenn. I love number 4. I really shouldget out with the camera myself but I'm too busy fishing!!
Yep, great photos. The second photo does it for me. I love the almost monochromatic effect and the vessel in the background - my eye is drawn directly to it. Great framing.
Just goes to show, everyone has differing taste!
crackers them Glen
think hthe last one is my favorite composition glenn,but the seas lost a bit of something,so i'm going for 2 and 4.
very good photo though,its hard making the effort when its cold init
Seems to be a bit of vignetting on a couple of them Glenn do you know what caused it ,
still very nice photo,s though :happy:
Great shots Glenn, really like them
some really nice photo's there glen ;-)
its a common thing with wide angle lenses harry
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