- Edit My Images
Bit of a late start
Week1: New camera
Week1: New camera
I couldn’t resist it mate, maybe I should’ve thought outside the box a little. I know what you mean about the blue, I’ll mess around with the WB and see what I get.Distant-Why am I not surprised?
When I saw the theme this week, I almost hoped I got called off standby
Nice shot, just a tad blue perhaps? I like the framing and the perspective.
Thanks Tim, I’ve got a running theme at the moment of these style of pictures with different views out of the window.Okayyyy, so that's a shot that I suspect won't get repeated by anyone else on the 52.
As Ian & Bob say, it's good to have the framing for the view and it has come out really nicely.
Perspective and framing.. Great shot!
like the controls in the image, gives it perspective.
You've certainly got a fabulous viewpoint there Garry, are you piloting the plane? perfect for the theme.
The image certainly fits the theme. It looks like two shots photoshop merged together to me. You must've internet connection while in the plane to know the theme and captured the shot so quickly. Apologise if I'm totally wrong.
What a great image!
I like the inclusion of the 'dash' too....gives it a great story!
Excellent work Garry!
Garry it must a fabulous position to be in to see such fantastic sights most of us would never get the opportunity. Great composition as well !
That's a clever and original idea for this theme, Garry. The blue could possibly be toned down a touch, but you were absolutely right to leave the instrument panel in shot to frame the view and convey the sense of distance in more than one way. One of my favourite images for this theme
Great shot for Distant Garry, love it!
very nice beautiful scene and great take on the theme.
Thanks for the kind words everyone. As it’s my job aviation seems to be my main focus when it comes to photography so I’m trying not to post too much of it.....that said I couldn’t resist it for Distant. It was shot over the Alps on the way into Turin.Wow, love it. The inclusion of the out of focus foreground adds good context as well.