Random Photos : Part 5

Random Photos : Part 5

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Scrump

Original Poster:

13,046 posts

122 months

Saturday 7th November 2020
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Continued from here:
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...

I don't post in this thread as I don't have any photos worthy of contributing. I do enjoy looking at the fantastic shots others kindly share. thumbup

DibblyDobbler

10,713 posts

161 months

Saturday 7th November 2020
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Might as well start the new thread with some more spamming from Torridon biggrin


Upper Loch Torridon by Mike Smith, on Flickr


The Road to the Mountain by Mike Smith, on Flickr


Torridon in the Rain by Mike Smith, on Flickr

DibblyDobbler

10,713 posts

161 months

Saturday 7th November 2020
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Just for fun - can you tell which one of the three was taken with my crappy 1 inch sensor superzoom? (The other two were taken on my full frame Sony with one of their better wide angle zooms). No cheating by looking on Flickr!

gforceg

3,462 posts

143 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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The middle one? The trees at each side seem distorted and lean in.
What do I win?

peterattheboro

1,337 posts

147 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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Realised I don't post in the photography section on here despite me being well into my photography.


Run by Peter Richard, on Flickr


Trees by Peter Richard, on Flickr


North Yorkshire Cloud Inversion by Peter Richard, on Flickr

Some taken yesterday. Was thick fog around my house, took a chance to drive up somewhere high and get above it. It paid off biggrin

DibblyDobbler

10,713 posts

161 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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gforceg said:
The middle one? The trees at each side seem distorted and lean in.
What do I win?
First one actually so no prize, sorry! It's interesting I guess that it's fairly hard to tell the difference given they were shot with two radically different bits of kit with one in theory far superior to the other.

rst99

472 posts

166 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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Clyde Arc by rsthomas9, on Flickr

Dogsey

4,227 posts

194 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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DibblyDobbler said:
First one actually so no prize, sorry! It's interesting I guess that it's fairly hard to tell the difference given they were shot with two radically different bits of kit with one in theory far superior to the other.
Most cameras these days are generally very good, certainly good enough to take photos that look great at phone screen sizes - which is probably how most photos are consumed these days. The difference will step in when printing big, but who does that very much any more?

DibblyDobbler

10,713 posts

161 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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Dogsey said:
Most cameras these days are generally very good, certainly good enough to take photos that look great at phone screen sizes - which is probably how most photos are consumed these days. The difference will step in when printing big, but who does that very much any more?
Agreed - 99% of the time I never view anything bigger than my laptop screen and for that I am wondering (slightly anyway) why I bother with the full frame kit at all...

Dogsey

4,227 posts

194 months

Sunday 8th November 2020
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DibblyDobbler said:
Agreed - 99% of the time I never view anything bigger than my laptop screen and for that I am wondering (slightly anyway) why I bother with the full frame kit at all...
Probably the same reasons as me, partly because you enjoy it, partly because one day you'll hit that image that you (or someone else) will want printed big.

ch37

7,134 posts

185 months

Wednesday 11th November 2020
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I walk through this section of woods pretty much every Sunday but have never grabbed a shot that worked for me, Sunday was finally the day...

Westbury Walk by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

burton_ii

230 posts

165 months

Wednesday 11th November 2020
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[pic] croft castle by mark, on Flickr[/pic]

havoc

25,638 posts

199 months

Thursday 12th November 2020
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ch37 said:
I walk through this section of woods pretty much every Sunday but have never grabbed a shot that worked for me, Sunday was finally the day...

Westbury Walk by Chris Harrison, on Flickr
Yes, yes indeedy that works very well.

GravelBen

14,330 posts

194 months

Thursday 12th November 2020
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havoc said:
ch37 said:
I walk through this section of woods pretty much every Sunday but have never grabbed a shot that worked for me, Sunday was finally the day...

Westbury Walk by Chris Harrison, on Flickr
Yes, yes indeedy that works very well.
+1, I like that smile

Some trees from me too:

Looming by Ben, on Flickr

K12beano

20,761 posts

239 months

Sunday 15th November 2020
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New camera time...


IMG_3482 by Beano!, on Flickr


IMG_3476 by Beano!, on Flickr

realjv

908 posts

130 months

Tuesday 24th November 2020
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GravelBen

14,330 posts

194 months

Wednesday 25th November 2020
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Onwards by Ben, on Flickr

DibblyDobbler

10,713 posts

161 months

Friday 27th November 2020
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Just a test shot really (with my new-to-me RX10iv) but quite happy with the result smile




The Moon by Mike Smith, on Flickr

realjv

908 posts

130 months

Saturday 28th November 2020
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Catching up and sorting through photos from earlier in the year.


Tiny Hands by realjv, on Flickr

Dogsey

4,227 posts

194 months

Sunday 29th November 2020
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