Overlooking Wharfedale


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Ilkley Moor looking north towards Addingham. Beamsley, Simons Seat, Greenhow and Great Whernside in the background.

This is my patch and on days like the one on which the picture was taken, I am reminded about how lucky I am to be able to walk here.

K5 and DA 18-135 at 18mm. No post-processing apart from a conversion to JPEG format for uploading.
10/02/2014 - 22:48LongTimeLurker
CategoryLandscape / Travel
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Shutter Speed0/1
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ISOArray
Focal Length74099370.666667mm
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alfpics

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 10:02
Nice shot
(interesting focal length recorded in the EXIF data )
Andy

LongTimeLurker

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 10:53
I can assure you that I don't have a copy of the fabled Pentax 74099370mm f/0.9 telephoto lens

I suspect the EXIF has been mangled by FastStone which I used to covert from RAW to JPG.

From memory the settings were 18mm f/8 (or f/11) at ISO 200.
Nigel.

Getting older and grumpier. Taking longer to decide which lens to use today.

K5 with auto-everything lenses
A collection of manual primes to keep me in touch with the pleasures of doing it old-school.

alfpics

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 10:57
- thanks Nigel!
Andy

wombat101010

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 11:34
I was up there myself last Friday afternoon, the light was so changable, rain, cloud, blue sky, rainbows. Forgotten how nice it was. Nice shot by the way.
Regards
Steve

Teaka53

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 15:03
wonderful shot of some wonderful scenery
Malc

davidstorm

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 23:31
Well shot, a great example of 'getting it right in camera'. The people add tremendously to this image.

Regards
David
Flickr

Some cameras, some lenses, some bits 'n' bobs

pauljay

Link Posted 16/02/2014 - 18:01
Lucky indeed!
Paul.

Photography is not a sport. It has no rules. Everything must be dared and tried! (Bill Brandt)
jaypix
yankee44
PPG

LongTimeLurker

Link Posted 16/02/2014 - 21:20
Thank you all for your comments. They are appreciated.

Being mired in the world of IT (my day job), I assumed that when I started my foray into digital photography that I would spend much time with my computer performing post-processing. What I have learnt is that one of the aspects of photography that I enjoy the most is, to quote David, 'getting it right in camera'. So much so, I spend as little time post-processing as possible.

This photograph is one I am particularly pleased with as I thought about the composition and the exposure, and the result is as planned. This does not normally happen to me
Nigel.

Getting older and grumpier. Taking longer to decide which lens to use today.

K5 with auto-everything lenses
A collection of manual primes to keep me in touch with the pleasures of doing it old-school.
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