Official MFT Landscape images thread :)

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You appear to have posted this to the wrong thread. This is the official mft landscape images thread. Please move to the appropriate thread.
I am under the impression that everything that is not a specific lens/body thread - is open to all systems, and as such, this is an appropriate location to the image. If I am wrong, I would be happy to remove it from the thread.
 

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From page 1:
Quote:I couldnt find any landscape image thread exclusively dedicated to landscape shots using MFT cameras . So , I am starting one.

I don't see exif (I don't yet do Paypal) so just wondering if the above helps. :hmmm:
 

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From page 1:
Quote:I couldnt find any landscape image thread exclusively dedicated to landscape shots using MFT cameras . So , I am starting one.

I don't see exif (I don't yet do Paypal) so just wondering if the above helps. :hmmm:

Well,

A quick search has shown that my memory of this discussion is not completely off - but I only found a reference to an older description with 'official' words from the moderators and not that original post itself - https://www.mu-43.com/threads/help-me-get-this-right.98034/

I have removed this image, but honestly, it would make sense to have a sticky at the top of each forum in the images-to-share section - so we do not need to guess which threads welcome non-MFT images (not that I post many, I sometimes find myself without my camera and post a cell-phone image) and what threads do not.
 

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Well,

A quick search has shown that my memory of this discussion is not completely off - but I only found a reference to an older description with 'official' words from the moderators and not that original post itself - https://www.mu-43.com/threads/help-me-get-this-right.98034/

I have removed this image, but honestly, it would make sense to have a sticky at the top of each forum in the images-to-share section - so we do not need to guess which threads welcome non-MFT images (not that I post many, I sometimes find myself without my camera and post a cell-phone image) and what threads do not.
This is titled a MFT images thread. Seems pretty clear to me what the OP's intention was for the thread. What next? Colour photos in the B&W thread, 8mm fisheye shots in the 300mm F4 thread, trains in the churches thread etc. etc.

There are plenty of threads in the forum for you to post non MFT content.
 

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GX80 12-32, Brecon Beacons, Wales.

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Already ruined my first post, so here is a second post! Oldy but goody that I saw pop up on my screen saver recently.

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The first image is looking down into Swaledale (in the Yorkshire Dales) from a road that comes over from Wensleydale. The second is a windfarm south of Bridlington on the coast of East Yorkshire, it's taken from a roman road that runs from the coast west across the Yorkshire Wolds. Lots of people know the North Yorkshire Moors, a lot less know the Yorkshire Wolds. Used my EM-1, 12-100f4 and 40-150f2.8.
Brian
 

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The first image is looking down into Swaledale (in the Yorkshire Dales) from a road that comes over from Wensleydale. The second is a windfarm south of Bridlington on the coast of East Yorkshire, it's taken from a roman road that runs from the coast west across the Yorkshire Wolds. Lots of people know the North Yorkshire Moors, a lot less know the Yorkshire Wolds. Used my EM-1, 12-100f4 and 40-150f2.8.
Brian
Gorgeous countryside Brian.
Is that the village of Reeth in your first photo?
 

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