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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Glenn S, Dec 19, 2011.
GH2 with 7-14, 20 and 14-45 lenses
Love your pictures!
nice shots... guess there was a tripod in the equation somewhere... either that or a zen state of mind and no coffee or beer for weeks
Thanks, all handheld at between 800 and 1000 ISO
Nice shots. Although you didn't ask:
I like the 2nd shot a lot, but think I'd like it even more if you darkened it down a bit, (or at least the sky) so the lights stand out more.
Shot # 4 I'd like to see with an even slower shutter speed (which would probably mean a tripod) to see even more motion in the ride. The same might be interesting in the 3rd shot, too.
Very nice overall, though.
the 7-14 rocks for travel photography!
Yes it does! :smile:
Awesome Glen. Is Glasgow in England? Looks like a nice vibrant place to visit.
Picture 2 I like the best, I'm guessing you used a wide angle lens there. I like seeing pictures from different parts of the world. Thanks for showing.
icon....are you trying to start a fight ?
Glasgow is in Scotland... which is part of Britain... and definitely not part of England........and it is vibrant.... though when I was there over christmas it was mainly vibrant due to the high winds and horizontal rain.
Happy New year when it arrives
And happy Hogmonay and a painless Ne'erday.
Picture number 2 is fantastic.
Thank you! :smile:
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