Strangers on the shore


Photo Information
Ostriches enjoy early morning stroll on beach at Cape of Good Hope. Just our group of 16 Brits and 3 Japanese around at the time
25/03/2009 - 20:20Steve Chasey
CategoryLandscape / Travel
Shutter Speed1/180
Aperturef/11
LensN/A
ISO100
Focal Length45mm
Views/Likes30/0

jackitec

Link Posted 25/03/2009 - 22:50
Level would be better

Rees

Link Posted 26/03/2009 - 08:53
Yes, agree with jack and the clarity is not there, sorry,

Steve Chasey

Link Posted 26/03/2009 - 13:46
Agree a little adjustment needed to level the horizon - uploaded it last night in response to comments re "too many birds and insects" without looking at it too hard.

Lack of clarity - see what you mean. I'll look at the orginal next opportunity to see what lens it was - I had 3 cameras with me - K10, ist D and an MZ-S. I think I took a DA 18-55 MkI rather than my DA 16-45.

S
In the Pack - Gripped K5 (SE),K7 & K20, Gripped MZ-S(SE)& MZ-S,DA10-17, DA12-24, DA14, DA*16-50, 50-135, 60-250 & 300mm; FA31mm/43mm/77mm Ltds; Sigma 8-16, 135-400 & 150-500
Half Backs: K10+BG,DA16-45, DA50-200
Backs: LXs,Super As and lots of A, M & K lenses
Impact Subs: 28mm Shift, K 135-600 (the Banahan of Pentax zooms ), 400-600 Reflex

Steve Chasey

Link Posted 26/03/2009 - 18:30
Update:

The Exif data for this image is incomplete - the lens was the DA 16-45 and there are also other gaps which rather suggests a partial fault in writing to memory because the image taken before is pretty sharp. I'll upload the shot taken immediately before at slightly wider angle and one a little later. Oh and the horizon are off - not much but it appears to be one of my traits. My K20 has the alternative screen with grid lines - curtesy of HMCR and the VAT savings on my 150-500mm
In the Pack - Gripped K5 (SE),K7 & K20, Gripped MZ-S(SE)& MZ-S,DA10-17, DA12-24, DA14, DA*16-50, 50-135, 60-250 & 300mm; FA31mm/43mm/77mm Ltds; Sigma 8-16, 135-400 & 150-500
Half Backs: K10+BG,DA16-45, DA50-200
Backs: LXs,Super As and lots of A, M & K lenses
Impact Subs: 28mm Shift, K 135-600 (the Banahan of Pentax zooms ), 400-600 Reflex
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