I could have sworn that was HDR! Great job on the exposure.
Originally Posted by rawpaw18
I've been gone on an Interrail trip around Europe for the last 25 days and have a load of pictures(1500+, most of them holiday snaps) to edit and sort out. I'll make a thread bout it when i have more of them edited.
In the meantime here's a lucky shot trough the window of a moving train. I literally only had a few seconds to swing my camera, compose, focus and prey. Turned out pretty good alltho the composition could be better.
Edit: It's taken somewhere in France :)
This is why construction workers shouldn't drink on the job.
I've got 3 weeks off from work, so I got up at 04:30 this morning and took a few pictures. The sunrise was peerdy :)
Nice sunrise, what does peerdy mean? :D
The same thing as purdy, which is a colloquialism of pretty.
This is my first post here.
A pic of Sunset:
Taken with my Nikon D60.
OK, I'll get brave. Went to an old farm that was converted to a park. took this picture of the front of the tractor.
Absolutely straight from camera, no adjustments at all other than the border.
Look at me I got my horizon straight! :)
The grass is white because it's covered in frost that's the joys of a 9am start on a ground in a valley.
P.S. Rooz, I'm happy. :D
They sure built them solid in "the old days".
Originally Posted by scottyaz
Nice use of DOF.
Don't feel bad KIWI I can't get my pic's straight either. I turned the grid on in my view finder. That help's me alot.