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From yesterday's babywalk posted by gauteov June 25, 2012 08:17PM reply | quote
posted by gauteov

Yesterday's task: Lensbaby Double Glass with 0.42x Super Wide and no aperture disk.

#1 + #2: One of my favourite places, Eidsand, revisited.
#3 Mystery object
#4 + #5: Heavy rain threatening.

My conclusion: It's not easy to get landscape photos with a sharp (enough) sweet spot ...

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Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by Victoria Bell June 28, 2012 02:58PM reply | quote
posted by Victoria Bell

The last two are special. Beautifully done

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Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by Coco June 28, 2012 06:29PM reply | quote
posted by Coco

Agree with landscape photo's but you've done a great job!
Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by gauteov June 30, 2012 12:50AM reply | quote
posted by gauteov

Thank you! I think Lensbaby is good for capturing moody landscapes.
gauteov
Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by KalenaR June 30, 2012 08:08AM reply | quote
posted by KalenaR
Love the first two of the lake the best, but all are really nice!
Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by Marcum June 30, 2012 01:36PM reply | quote
posted by Marcum

I am with KelenaR, love the lake photos especially with the B&W work, very good set, I like them all, but using no aperture makes them unique.

Have you tried the other apertures? The sweet spot enlarges as the aperture gets smaller, I like the F4 or larger for scenics/landscapes.

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Re: From yesterday's babywalk posted by gauteov July 01, 2012 07:43PM reply | quote
posted by gauteov

Thanks,Marcum. Yes I've so far always used aperture disks, F4 and F5.6 for landscape. This series is from my no-aperture disc-straitjacket-day, which I surely will repeat.

gauteov

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