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  1. #1501
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    Sunset in Okinawa

    Just a quick shot from my balcony in Japan - used Sony DSLR a300


  2. #1502
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    My last snow scenes.....

    Ok, just a couple more, then I'll never take another one!















    And this is the old schoolhouse on the island, still in use today....


  3. #1503
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    Eddie, love the first two. I think I would have liked the red door better if it was a bit farther into the frame with the footpath leading in. Of course, that is all based on guessing that there was anything usable outside what you show... The first one would be a great Christmas card.

  4. #1504
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    [QUOTE=eddie haskell;347212]Thanks guys

    I'm on the mend, but it still waging a pretty good battle...

    A couple more from today.





    wow what type lens did you use.. Im a newbie trying to get shots just like this. with a Nikon D90

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  6. #1506
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miami_Sunset View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by eddie haskell View Post
    Thanks guys
    I'm on the mend, but it still waging a pretty good battle...

    A couple more from today.
    wow what type lens did you use.. Im a newbie trying to get shots just like this. with a Nikon D90
    That's indeed a very nice shot.

    To get shots as good as this one, what lens you use is not nearly as important as the composition and the lighting (which are both excellent in this shot).
    If you want to get shots like that, you will need to practice your composition. You will need to learn how to nail the exposure. Also, it is important to have the patience to wait for the right lighting. Shots like this cannot be taken at any time of the day, you will need to shoot when the sun is low and light warm and soft. If the weather is bad, you may not be able to take such shots for days in a row.
    Anyway, this forum is a great place to start if you want to learn about photography. Posting pictures and asking for critique is a great help.

    Kiwi, nice shot. How did you take that one?? Did you use a filter? It looks a bit as though you took it through the windshield of a car, with a sunblocking coating on the upper part.
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  7. #1507
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    Here's one from the end of the year. Taken at Redwood Park in Arcata, CA

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    Lukas

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  8. #1508
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    Some beautiful and stunning shots as always in this wonderful thread!
    Eddie, I love the red-door, red in a landscape really stands out (except in an autumnal/fall shot I guess )
    Kiwi, stunningly beautiful, both Point Nepean and the later shot! , &
    Lukas, I like the lines and colours from Redwood Park.

    A seascape from a recent shoot (may post some other shots later):
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  9. #1509
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    Gorgeous shot Benjamin, can't wait to see the rest!
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  10. #1510
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    Cool shot!
    I also like your recent post in the bird thread. Well done mate
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