Great shot, George!
Here's the same mill from a different angle:
And here's a picture of a more contemporary one :):
Thanks. I really like your full shot of the mill and house in this picture, as it seems to tell the whole story. Very nice.Quote:
Originally Posted by Prospero
I have got to find an excuse to get to Holland on my next trip to Europe (maybe September). I haven't been there since I was 6 years old and living in Metz. We used to go to Holland a couple of times a year.
"The house in the clouds" Thorpeness ,Suffolk East Coast of the UK.Doesn't look particularly interesting on fiirst viewing.However when looking at it from Thorpeness Beach you can see how it stands out above the tree level.In complete contrast to the right there is Sizewell Nuclear Power Station.Oh And I've even got a Windmill in the picture.
MKS. 9 shots. Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Mar, 27, 2006
Thanks, George. September is a great time to visit Holland, the weather is usually pretty good then.
Kushnirenko, the stiching in that last photograph is really amazing. You are really becoming an expert at stitching ;).
Here's another picture of a building used for pumping away the water from our land beneath the sealevel.
Awesome architecture. Used the H1 without any extra lens. On auto. I had to reduce the size of the pics in order to upload them here
The ruins of a medieval Gothic chapel in Genova, Italy.
Hope you don't mind. This is looked to be the perfect shot to use Nikon Capture 4's D-Lighting tool. Could probably use a little unsharp mask as well, but wadya think?Quote:
Originally Posted by avi777
George... I know this is a "How long is a piece of string ?" type of question, but.... do you have any USM setting that you use as "standard" in Nikon Capture 4 - or does it just "depend" on the particular shot?
Glenn, I try to keep the setting at under 30%, but have gone as high as 50%. I also try to keep the halo and threshold at low levels as well. If I use unsharp mask I leave the "advanced raw" sharpening function unchanged.Quote:
Originally Posted by Glenn Kennedy