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On 12/9/2020 at 5:29 PM, theonly500 said:

Because we can.
And it is German Efficency. Why invent something new, when you can just name it with the combination of things it is.


And combining Words to form something new is something completely awesome.

I really like that "Mittelgebirge" Style.
Not too high Mountains, not to deep valleys. That is something quite nice.
Oh and "Mittelgebirge" means something like "Middle Mountain Range". They are not complete Mountains, but still are mountainous enough to count as a mountain range.
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On the other hand i quite like this picture wich was taken with at 28mm it just makes that small Norwegian Curch look so much bigger.

 

Not bad though I think it could have been a little wide to capture more of the scene. And maybe also from a different angle so you see more of the front of the building.
The roof of the other building in the background is also a bit distracting.
You seem to have shot it from below or generally from a low angle, too. Without straightening the angles it looks like the building is gonna fall over :)

The sky looks nice though and the colors pop without being oversaturated!

 

This is the last shot I took before the current lockdown hit and the zoo had to close...

 

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Haven't seen the previous edit so i can't compare.

I would give it 7/10 I somewhat like the old sepia tone to it, even if the sky is completly burnt.

Here is mine, from the beautiful city of Venice

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On 12/28/2020 at 10:37 AM, Orbital_Aurora said:

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I like the vintage look, seems a bit too neutral in terms of colour tone. But still a very pleasing picture to look at. 9/10

 

 

My first ever photo with a Canon SL3, 18-55mm kit lens (at 18mm), no filters but a bit of colour work in-camera, I can't remember what shutter/iso/aperture I used. But I'm still trying!

 

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On 12/31/2020 at 5:22 PM, TempestCatto said:

 

My first ever photo with a Canon SL3, 18-55mm kit lens (at 18mm), no filters but a bit of colour work in-camera, I can't remember what shutter/iso/aperture I used. But I'm still trying!

 

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nice sun set I like how you just went frick the clouds and I like the diffusion of the sun

also you can view the metadata in windows picture viewer

yes I was listening to k/da remix because I forgot to mute my obs

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Canon XTI with 18-55mm

SS 1/25 sec. f/5 ISO 800

 

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Nice Photo. I love the set up and the Boca in the background. Maybe a bit too harsh of light coming from the right side. If you are using a lamp, maybe diffuse it with some thin cloth or a piece of white paper. Its leaving a small amount of glare on it. 8/10

 

 

Took this Photo while out fishing. Used a lee 10 stop filter during the day to get the blurring affect. Edited out the blue tone the filter gives the image.

 

Nikon D7500

Tamron 28-70 lens I believe.

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2 hours ago, RiverYeti11 said:

Maybe a bit too harsh of light coming from the right side. If you are using a lamp, maybe diffuse it with some thin cloth or a piece of white paper. Its leaving a small amount of glare on it. 8/10

yeah that light was a problem and I should had diffuse my lamp

 

2 hours ago, RiverYeti11 said:

Took this Photo while out fishing. Used a lee 10 stop filter during the day to get the blurring affect. Edited out the blue tone the filter gives the image.

man love the smooth water I have done it b4 with a f22 shutter, the colors are too warm for my taste

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canon xti with 50mm 1.8

ISO 800 50mm at f2.8 1/60sec

 

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Capture this during the summer with my iPhone XR. After I capture it I got the idea that it looked like a pan of food being flipped in the air. Like it's some kind of meat and the wood on the left is the handle.

 

But I can also simply see things that others don't.

 

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