Landscape photography

dragonblade71

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Seeing as there are similar threads about photography on here, I thought I would start one devoted to landscapes.

Here's one of mine which was shot on medium format (6x7cm film) - Fuji Velvia 100. The location is Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Feel free to share any of yours!

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zonbonzovi

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Peacock Springs(FL) cave entrance alluringly beautiful & deadly...45+ divers have met their fate here.


Lake Lenore(WA)
 

Crysta

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beautiful pictures guys, lovin the rainbow falls too!!

heres the himalayas
 

Tim Benzedrine

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Sigh. I should know better by now...but hey, SOMEBODY from the "crappy point and shoot" camp has to contribute! ;) (Actually, I think the P&S takes fairly decent pictures, but it just can't compete with the more costly 35mm rigs)

And yes, I DO take pictures in other places, this is just the only place I have had the opportunity to do so since receiving the camera as a Christmas gift. :wall:
 

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I dont often take landscapes...but...

One from Alaska in 2006:
 

dragonblade71

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Fartkowski, that second shot is quite moody with what looks list a slight mist. That beautiful old white house really adds to the atmosphere.

And Peacock Springs must be surreal...diving in fresh water always would be. That is tragic that so many divers have died there. Must be incredibly dangerous.

Awesome waterfall, Travis. I especially like the high viewpoint in the third photo down.

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I know that most people associate Australia with summer beaches and deserts. Here's a different sort of image of this country - showcasing the Victorian snow fields.

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Crysta

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looking great guys, that aussi pic is beautiful..

and my landscape shots are from a point and shoot tim :)

 

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Wow, there is a coincidence, a few days ago I tried my hand at doing that with a image editor/organizer I've been experimenting with. Here is my very first attempt at making a panoramic vista. Not a very good subject, and I REALLY need to get away from that graveyard, but it was just to see if I could do it. Stitched from four pictures. Looks better uncompressed. Your example is much better, Nerri.
 

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Finally Got my DSLR!

Soooo...after years of using other people's cameras I finally got my own DSLR....thought I should post some pics in here...

This one is a very exotic landscape taken right from my frontyard :D. I was playing with slow speed....i think this one was shot at 15" F22 ISO200 .....also did an unsharp mask on PS on this one...



and here's one shot from a local park....pretty normal shot but I had to bump the vibrancy in PS a bit on this one.....

 

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I really like the streetlight shot Tebs :)

Very cool effect.
 

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These were taken with a very cheap Canon Powershot, and yet still they came out very nice. No photoshop here, either.





 

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This picture was taken by a camera on a kite at Oscar Scherer park in Florida back in '08. It isn't a particularly great picture but due to a overall lack of effort on my part, it is probably one of the better KAP (kite aerial photography) shots I have.

Cheers,
Dave
 

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