More Wasdale


Ammonyte

Link Posted 11/10/2007 - 20:51
A few more from last week in Wasdale.

Ritson's Force:-


1/125 @ F11, ISO100



1/6 @ F11, ISO100

Mosedale, looking up to Looking Stead


1/60 @ F11, ISO100

Mosedale, the ridge from Looking Stead to Pillar *


1/60 @ F11, ISO100



1/60 @ F11, ISO100

Where Moses Trod (the path to Sty Head) *


1/15 @ F22, ISO100

Great Gable


1/13 @ F22, ISO100



1/13 @ F22, ISO100

* Using Sigma 12-24mm DG EX
others using Pentax 16-45mm DA
Tim the Ammonyte
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K10D & sundry toys
http://www.ammonyte.com/photos.html

Nimitz

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 08:08
Tim - some very powerful and fine shots you have made.

I really love the #1 and 2 - one of them could have made it to this week competition - I reckon....
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justgetoutandride

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 08:46
the last one is my favourite, the foreground is not overawed by the mountains.
Please call me aj,

I use a Pentax K10D, on a MacBook with LightRoom (vers 1.3 + beta 2)

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Gwyn

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 08:48
More wonderful photos. The second one and the last one are my favourites.

pschlute

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 09:10
Love the Sty head shot.
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lenscape

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 09:30
Nice photos. Rich colours. Are they HDR?
lenscape
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Clarky

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 09:49
Tim
Thats some beautiful country you got there And some great shots
The Sty head shot is for me

What Exif info do you have on these and what camera did you use
Camera:|K-7|
Pentax Lenses:|DA12-24/f4 ED AL|DA35Ltd Macro|FA31Ltd|FA77Ltd|FA50/1.4|F70-210|FA20-35 f4/AL|A*200/f4 Macro ED|A50/1.7|A50 Macro f2.8|1.7xAF adapter|
Voigtlander|125/f2.5SL Macro APO Lanthar|
Sigma Lenses:|EX DG 100-300 f4|2X & 1.4X TC|
Flashes:|AF540FGZx2|RingFlash AF160FC|

Ammonyte

Link Posted 12/10/2007 - 20:01
Thanks for all the positives. The colour is (almost) real, most of the shots were taken using a circular polariser, except#4 and #6 which were taken with my sigma 12-24 lens which is too wide for my cokin filters, the others were taken with th 16-45mm DA all on the K10D. And in Silkypix they were processed with "Memory Color 1" & Natural Fine Sharpening.

I'll amend the descriptions to include the relevant info, Clarky.

Rarely have I experienced such good weather in the Lakes, and never in October! With the light I was in Hog Heaven! Think I have the Chocolate Box market covered now
Tim the Ammonyte
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K10D & sundry toys
http://www.ammonyte.com/photos.html

Lilly

Link Posted 13/10/2007 - 14:58
Beautiful shots Tim, the last is my favorite too - I love that angle, draws you in and up, if that is the effect of a circular ploariser on a DSLR I must get one, I don't think you can re-create that effect in PP, the price has been putting me off, I used one all the time with my SLR, I suppose that is now redundant with digital?

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gartmore

Link Posted 13/10/2007 - 17:16
Lily, try your old linear polariser on the DSLR, it'll probably work just fine (providing it's the right size of course)
Ken
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cxkang

Link Posted 19/10/2007 - 20:54
wow magnificent. i need to get out of the city, don't i!
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