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.You appear to have posted this to the wrong thread. This is the official mft landscape images thread. Please move to the appropriate thread.
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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.
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.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.
Gorgeous countryside Brian.View attachment 852808
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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.