Yes congrats Don I saw the E30 ref & thought to myself that's new but saw it in your sig & thought it was me that just hadn't noticed before. I look forward to your user impressions when you've got used to it.
Jekostas I like no1 best too.
Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
- the fun's in finding them
I was in Seattle yesterday and it was an amazingly clear (and damn cold) December day. The mountain was out as they say. This was shot from up on Queen Ann Hill. The overly bright lights on the left are from the Experience Music Project with it's reflective skin glaring.
I may crop it. It was just the one that came out best with no processing. I have a number of others from the same view point. Took a few to play with in HDRI software when I get home.
Meanwhile I am sitting out a rainy day in Yosemite Valley. Sure wish I had been here Tuesday when they got the big load of snow. Still hoping for either less rain or cold enough temps for snow before we have to leave on Monday afternoon. Probably time to go have a beer and watch the rain drops.
Well, the snow kept coming down. By morning there were 5-6 inches on the floor of Yosemite Valley. It was still snowing and the clouds were very low; visibility was probably only 200 feet above the floor. Our group decided to hike up the Mist Trail to Vernal Falls. Did not get very many keepers out of the hike. Snow was nearly constant and had to keep the camera covered in one of those OP/Tech rainsleeves. They work great to keep things dry, but it is a little tough to see the LCD after a while. The blue sky broke through for about 10 minutes while we were at the falls after hiking through some 2 foot drifts.
The first one is almost monochrome in the overcast light and thick snow.