I'm totally new to this website so hello!
I'm a photography beginner who's wanting to take it a bit more seriously, and am looking for recommendations! I have a Canon EOS 7D (mark I) and am looking for the best landscape/wide angle lenses that you guys use and would recommend please? I...
On a recent trip to Northumberland, I decided to take a trip to Dunstanburgh castle later in the day just to check it out. I thought I'd see just how bad the rocks were before going back for a sunrise shot.
I decided to take a few shots and actually, it worked out pretty well. The sun cast some...
Christmas has passed and the new year is well and truly underway, for me however it's been a couple of months of little in the way of creativity or desire to be out with the camera and photographing the landscape.
I have been feeling both frustrated and disinterested in getting out and taking...
The Buachaille by David Young, on Flickr
Not really a landscape photographer - I can count the amount of times I've used a tripod for still photography on my fingers - would be rude to not take a pic here at least once in my life though.
Hello, first post on this site.
I have been trying to find out about a Japanese Nature/Landscape Photographer who's name was Shinzo Maeda. I own 1 book by him, which I bought at a second hand book shop a couple of years ago. Other than the short Wikipedia entry about him and the odd photo...
Gosh, it was a windy, horrible day yesterday. I originally planned to do a panorama of the pier, but once I had stitched it in ICE I found that an A4 crop worked better.
Brighton Pier on A Windy Day
by G B, on Flickr
Taken on a walk around the tops of Blaenau Ffestiniog, through several abandoned quarries, most of the day in mist and walking along muddy/boggy tracks.
This was the best I could manage, but it meant I took a picture!
Here's a handful of images taken this past fortnight, making the most of my time off work before going back on Monday. About 2500 miles travelled, a few photos taken, and generally a good few day trips away with good mates.
1. Kilchurn Castle by Martin Steele, on Flickr
2. Lochan na...
I'm fairly new to photography (3 years) and have an Instagram account dedicated to my predominately landscape photography - www.instagram.com/oliverabelphoto/
I want to know from you lot where my photos could generally improve? Or are they good and I just need more experience, picking up...
I’m a huge Mark Littlejohn fan - from his satirical outlook to his locations and processing.
I’ve been looking for gnarled and grizzly trees for ages, I’ve tried Cod Beck Reservoir near Northallerton, the moors north of Rivaleaux Abbey and Isthmus Bay and Hodge Close quarry in the lakes but...
Hi, I currently own a canon 450d and was looking at upgrading. I have looked at many used options like a canon 60d because of the price range, however I have primarily looking at the canon 7d MKi now, (didn't before because of the CF card slot and no SD card slot but realised that it's not a...
Here are a few shots taken around the port area in Valletta.
Celebrity Constellation Panorama by G B, on Flickr
Valletta Anchor by G B, on Flickr
Rowing Against the Tide by G B, on Flickr
We're Going on a Cruise - Valletta, Malta by G B, on Flickr
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Well, we all know Thomas Heaton will be on here, so here he is
but I would also suggest these folks as well worth a look, I include...
Not posted anything for critique for a long time but I am feeling especially pleased with this one, and I am always looking to improve. So lets have at it!
Yesterday we visited Praia do Magoito, a beach in Sintra. As we approached the temperature dropped and for what should have...
Nev Cartledge - Wondered if anyone else is watching this chap? Lots of quirky humour, more misfortune than Thomas Heaton and the landscape images are (in my opinion) really lovely. Not sure I could cope with 11 years in a camper though - the water frozen in the saucepan in less than an hour is...
Not posted on here for a while. Was lucky enough (?) to be in Wales during the recent stormy weather and managed to get these that I enjoy, but as ever happy to receive pointers to improve. Biggest hurdle on all of these was having to protect my camera (D5600) from the spray being blown my way...
I just came back from a nice little break in Scotland and came away with some images I'm really proud of. I've presented 3 of them here as 3 separate moods as I think they contrast together quite nicely. Comments, critique or feedback welcome :)
1. I had about 20 seconds of the rainbow plus...