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PostSubject: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeSun Sep 09, 2007 1:04 am

Hi Guys..

Just got back from the latest walking trip, this is some of what we saw..

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#1 Tarn by Hay Stacks, Cumbria. Canon 5D 24-105 L

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#2 Buttermere from Haystacks. Canon 5D 24-105 L

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#3 High Crag, Cumbria. Canon 5D 24-105 L

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#4 Mallerstange Edge, Cumbria Canon 5D 24-105 L

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#5 Robin Cumbria Canon 5D 100-400 L (very close range 4M)

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#6 Sheep Cumbria, Canon 5D 70-300 IS


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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeSun Sep 09, 2007 1:27 am

Jono...the second one is so dramatic... love everything about it. The fourth one is so very "british"...just what I imagine England to look like! and the last one is a great one of the sheep!!! Thanks for sharing your walking trip with us!!!
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Thanks Tracy. It is a very nice part of the world.

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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeSun Sep 09, 2007 2:12 am

love them all Jono, and i agree with Tracy, #2 is very dramatic, could maybe do with being a tad lighter towards the edges, just enough to see a tiny bit of the foreground detail, i also have to say #1 is very atmospheric thanks for sharing Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeSun Sep 09, 2007 10:21 am

A wonderful series of pics Jono.

I would change the border colour on the fog shot to white from the grey though, it loses a little impact when the border is the same colour. Very Happy
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No.2 for me, where was this taken? it's lovely

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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeSun Sep 09, 2007 11:26 am

Awesome series Jono - first class work and presentation.

#1 is stunning - you can almost feel the chill.
As already said #2 is very dramatic - awesome capture.
Love the robin shot - was that taken with the 100x400??

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Thanks all. I have added the location and lens info. (John note 70-300 IS for the sheep) I will change the border colour too.

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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeMon Sep 10, 2007 7:40 pm

Stunning Shots Jono!

I'd have to disagree with Sharron on #2 though, I think the dark foreground really gives the photo depth. (you might want to try lightening it just to see if you like it better, after all that's the real test isn't it?) I really like the shot of the Robin, I've never seen one that color, and the ram missing one horn is a great capture. Did you do anything in particular to get him to focus on you?

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PostSubject: Re: More from the hills   More from the hills Icon_minitimeTue Sep 11, 2007 2:54 am

they're all great...but I do like #2 and the sheepie! good work!
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