Home Register · Login 

Search

Recent Photos
1 day  7 days  14 days


Statistics
Users 21,099
Photos 75,729
Comments 269,063
Views 163,987,486

Top Posters
ripper 4408
fungus2 2289
phototoad 1389
Bridget 1243
Amandart 1087


Latest News

 
» Home » Photo of the Week (CLOSED) » 2004 » Photo of the Week: 2004 : August 16th-22nd Slide Show


prev
Sierra Cazorla
next


Sierra Cazorla




<<
1431A_028_10.jpg
1711venice302.jpg
1711cazorla225.jpg
1792Twilight_Crit_B_W.jpg
1602Marsh_FromAfar_SML.jpg
>>

SteveH

See all User Photos

Registered: August 2004
Posts: 22
  • Pin It
8
Date: Thu August 19, 2004
Views: 2,931
Filesize: 108.0kb
Dimensions: 397 x 600
Keywords: cazorla spain wildlife




Punky
#1 Thu August 19, 2004 5:54pm

fdinaro
I would prefer more space on the right side.
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#2 Thu August 19, 2004 6:37pm

SteveH
> I would prefer more space on the right side.


Possibly.
Though the beast in question wasn't going to hang around while I thought about the best way to frame it
I came around the corner on a mountain track and just had time to swap the wide angle lens for the 70-210 zoom and squeeze off two frames before it scarpered.
I've looked at the neg and there's nothing more on the right. I could shave a bit off the left to shift the subject off centre and create a feeling of it "looking out" but I'm not convinced.
I've toyed with taking a chunk (all of that dried bush?) off the bottom though.
#3 Thu August 19, 2004 10:43pm

fdinaro
I try to crop wide when shooting, and do it on the pc.How much can you remember when trying to get off a quick shot.If your like me you get brain freeze trying to remember DOF,cropping,lighting,focal point and composition.
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#4 Fri August 20, 2004 12:10am

tootsie
I honestly cant see anything wrong with it, nature is nature, works perfectly well for me.
#5 Fri August 20, 2004 2:55am

SteveH
> How much can you remember when trying to get off a quick shot.If your like me you get brain freeze trying to remember DOF,cropping,lighting,focal point and composition


In a situation like that I'd always shoot first and then stop and think afterwards, if I've got the time to have another crack at it.
One of the advantages of having had the A1 for an eternity is that using it is second nature. By the time I've lifted to my eye I've switched it on, and am poised over the shutter release without having to think about it.
As much as I love the A1, I am getting VERY sorely tempted by the EOS20D.
#6 Fri August 20, 2004 10:11am

fdinaro
I will order one as soon as they are available (20D).great camera.you can get a great deal on a 10D. ebay will be loaded with them.
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#7 Fri August 20, 2004 12:03pm

neville
#8 Sat August 21, 2004 12:36am

davinet
#9 Wed August 16, 2006 8:07am




Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2012 All Enthusiast, Inc.

No portion of this page, text, images or code, may be copied, reproduced, published or distributed in any medium without the expressed written permission of the copyright holder.

© Copyright 2003-2013 Photo 360 Limited