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© alan ranger
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UploadedAugust 17, 2014
TakenNovember 18, 2011
MakeSony
ModelDSLR-A700
Exposure1/5 sec at f/16
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO200
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3 responses

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (18 Aug 2014):

    great series

  • rekha nag

    rekha nag gave props (5 Dec 2014):

    Beautiful!

  • Steve Power

    Steve Power said (14 Mar 2015):

    just wanted to comment on your 100 tips for better landscape photography, all great points, i am planning on bring this list to camera club and share your thoughts with the members. all good points. my uncle ed who taught me at a young age about the camera, light, aperature, and shutter speed... would say, show up early and then wait for the light. this has been my main thing to think about when shooting. i like your thought of not opening the bag until my eye has settled down to being able to really see. to close my eyes and open my minds eye to better be able to see the image that i think i want to capture. from the positive space to the negative space, looking at the corners of the image, what is in the image. what can i do to capture a better image. not sure where i heard this but a polished turd and a polished turd, get it right in the camera and this will make post production much simpler. many great ideas, thanks for the list. StevePower. stevepowerphotography.blogspot.com

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