Here is another from the Lake District, England. This spot is close to what was the most photographed bridge in the UK, that was until the council decided to let the trees grow and block the view . The town of Keswick is located middle right and a walk round the lake covers a distance of 15 miles. Should really set-up a corner fix profile.
thats an awesome picture!
I haven't set up a profile, have you tried devignetting? For me thats usually enough.
The weather was relatively great last night, so I took a trip up to Kerry Park. The POV is a bit cliched but I'd actually never been up there and wanted a good location for some nighttime shots of the city.
PeterGlaso -- Just the perfect moment and the perfect shot!
Taylor Sherman -- Love the night shots. I have never tried to do one. One of these days.
First sunny day in a week. I went out with Nex 5N and two lens kit. The wide shots are the Voigtlander 21mm Color Skopar F4 and the tele shots are the Auto-Topcor 135mm F3.5. Both lenses were set at f16.
Jim, thanks. I was at the shore taking photos before the sun came up, and I thought my last would be as the sun hid a little behind that thin cloud band. But I took one more set as it rose above it and that was the best one of the lot. I was pleased how little flare there is. They closed the road an hour or so later as the tide rose and the waves started throwings rocks at passers by.
Thanks ebookman. I was walking around the boatyard with ice studs. Where there was no snow the whole place was thick black ice.
I'm quite please with the way the tilt-shift adapter is working with the 18 c/y. The one of the bouys and rope was taken at F4 (by mistake, I usually stop down to 5.6 or 8)