For those who don't like the sky here is a detail of the lower falls with an added bonus for dog lovers.
I also liked the the other shot best at first but I have a number of shots like that one but agree it shows...
Agree. Lifted the shadows as much as I could but was a tad of a challenging shot. So bright on the water and so dark in the gorge. The RAW file is very dark so I could at least get some colour in the water.
Haven't posted for a while but still taking the shots when I can. A month or so back took 2 days off work as the weather looked good and planned for an overnight in the lakes. Typical that the weather went bad! Where do you go for a landscape when it's pi55ing it down. A waterfall of...
Not posted for a while but since the lockdown has clipped my wings....
Got out early on Saturday for a walk over the River Anker next to my house and light was rather nice.
7R300381_5 by Phil, on Flickr
+1. I had it for a few years before I traded all in as I wanted to experience Leica once in my life. Firmly back in the A7 fold now I have scratched that itch and next to get on the list once the piggy bank full.
Midges look at me like Oliver Reed looked at a bar. After the first bite mark it will seem to subside then re-appear 24 hours later and stay as an itchy lump for a week. Still nice pics but I'm going to wait until Autumn.
Is there any way to get the A7III to auto power off after no activity? I know it's my own stupid fault but twice now I have drained the battery by leaving it on. Smart settings are supposed to cover for human stupidity. Been used to auto power off on other cameras.
To keep the conversation going :D . As a casual/enthusiast photographer using Fuji X series the price of the Adobe subscription didn't bother me. Again, it was just having to convert from RAF using an alternative to Lightroom (don't care what they say, it doesn't do the best on this) then...