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#1 Andy Perrin

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Posted 11 April 2017 - 16:43

The majority of these are long shots, so I'm putting this post here.

Equipment was Sony NEX-7, S8612 1.75mm (thanks, Cadmium!), nominally UG11 2mm (but possibly Chinese), EL-Nikkor 80mm/5.6 lens.

All F-numbers are highly approximate, since I was changing it a lot and didn't bother to note them. I WISH I had a way to automatically capture the aperture!

1/40" ISO3200 "F8" -- this is technically a panorama, since I merged several pics.
Attached Image: DSC05375-DSC05381 Church1 sunshine 2mmUG11+1.75mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F8 0.025%22 iso3200 UVP.jpg

1/40" ISO3200 "F8"
Attached Image: DSC05375 Church1 sunshine 2mmUG11+1.75mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F? 0.025%22 iso3200 crop denoise sharp UVP.jpg

1/40" ISO1600 "F8"
Attached Image: DSC05389 post sunshine 2mmUG11+1.75mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F? 0.025%22 iso1600 denoise sharpen small UVP.jpg

1/40" ISO3200 "F8"
Attached Image: DSC05391 road sunshine 2mmUG11+175mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F? 0.025%22 iso3200 sharp small UVP.jpg

1/30" ISO3200 "F8"
Attached Image: DSC05394 horse sunshine 2mmUG11+1.75mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F8 0.033%22 iso3200 sharp small UVP.jpg

1/100" ISO6400 "F5.6"
Attached Image: DSC05401 lichen1 sunshine 2mmUG11+1.75mmS8612 ELNikkor80mm5.6 F8 0.01%22 iso6400 small sharp UVP.jpg

#2 Cadmium

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 03:29

Andy, Really nice shots!

#3 colinbm

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 06:07

The best UV landscaped I have seen B)
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#4 Andrea B.

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 13:18

Good work, Andy.
I'm fascinated by the lichens on the rocks.
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#5 Andy Perrin

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Posted 12 April 2017 - 17:24

Thanks everyone! UV seems to really suit this particular landscape, especially with no leaves on the trees. It's very much the New England of H.P. Lovecraft.

Andrea, the lichen are fascinating.

Edited by Andy Perrin, 12 April 2017 - 17:26.


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Posted 15 April 2017 - 14:05

I like the photo of the horse. If it wasn't for the utility poles in the background it would be easy to see this as an old-timey photo from the wild west, or something to that effect.

#7 Andy Perrin

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 15:32

The first utility poles for telegraphs went up in 1844, Mark, so it's entirely possible you'd have seen them in the old west too! Strange to think they've been part of our landscape for 173 years now.

Edited by Andy Perrin, 15 April 2017 - 18:41.


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Posted 15 April 2017 - 23:59

omg! I had no idea utility poles have been around that long because I always forget that we had telegraph electricity before light bulb electricity. :D Although I guess it was all battery powered for telegraphs back then. Not like we know it now as AC.
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