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Monday, July 25, 2005

Glen Etive

Nikon D70 @ 22mm, 1/20 sec, f/22, ISO 200
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Got up at 6.30am today and drove up to Glencoe to get some landscape shots. I spent the entire day there... it was actually quite good being there alone, being able to go at my own pace and do what I want. Having said that, I didn't really come back with many great shots, so I'm not sure what went wrong. Maybe I was just having a bad day.

I literally had to crawl under a massive rhododendron bush to get to this location. It's actually 3 shots merged together.


Blogger Mahes said...

Nature has no hide
it is naked
that is why..
it is beautiful

4:49 am, July 31, 2005  
Blogger Ladyred said...

came across your blog and i must say it's great. i love photography and will be working toward a degree in it finally. recently in having photo block so your blog is refreshing to see. great work

5:11 am, July 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey mahes,

I think in one sitting you've just single handedly doubled the amount of comments I've received on my blog! I enjoyed reading every one of them and they all put a smile on my face... so for that I must thank you. Good work with your blog - I like your writing style so I'll be sure to check it out when I can.

Thanks again,


12:35 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey ladyred, thanks a lot. Good luck with the photography, let me know how you get on. Cheers

12:36 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

Dear John,

I am really very happy to receive some reply from a great creator like you. All my comments are natural. Please forgive me if there is any comments make u angry. Sometimes it will happen unknowingly or by grammatical mistake.

There are two things to make comment almost on your July archive. First thing is, today is holiday to me. second is, really i was pulled in your blog deeply, very deeply. I could not shut down my system after seeing all your creativity. Really it is marvellous. Willing to see your blog regularly. Keep it up.

Bye John.

1:39 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger eastjoker said...

Hi John, visiting your blog from Australia :) recommended by mahes. I gotta say I really love your blog and so pulled in by the photos and their calmness. Picture really speaks a thousand words huh. I think you're doing a great job. Keep it up.

1:56 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Mahes,

I'll appreciate any comments, whether they're good or bad - it's the only way to learn. I like the way you comment - it lets me know what you're thinking or how the photo makes you feel. I can't ask for more than that.

Thanks again

2:23 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey eastjoker,

Thanks for visiting. I checked out your blog as well and left a couple of comments. Great stuff, and well done on reaching your 100th post... it creeps up on your and is there before you know it.

Thanks for the kind words... I'm glad you've enjoyed the site.



2:24 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger Mathias said...

Another masterpiece. Very nice and calm. I love how the dark blue sky lifts the green surroundings and the water. Your landscape photos are just amazing.

8:04 pm, July 31, 2005  
Blogger eastjoker said...

John i guess you visited someone else's blog? =b i've got only 67 something posts in my blog and i don't happen to get any comments from you.

1:51 pm, August 01, 2005  
Anonymous o b e l i x said...


Sweet shot. Since you said merger of 3 shots, I think you ran into dynamic range issues, the light seems a bit too strong.

Considered GND filters?


3:15 pm, August 01, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

Thank u john for ur "ACCEPT ALL" character

3:10 am, August 02, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks a lot Mathias... much appreciated.

10:43 pm, August 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Eastjoker - I don't know whose site I visited then! :)

10:44 pm, August 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

hey Obelix,

Thanks for the comments. I shot all of the frames in manual, and was actually surprised that I got the same reading for each of the three frames. So there wasn't a problem in that respect.

Perhaps it is because the shot was taken mid afternoon when the sun was still quite high and bright. I did do some shadow recovery in PS though. Is it the water that you find a little too dark?

I've only got a 1 stop GND filter at the moment, but didn't use it on this occassion.

Thanks for the input.

10:49 pm, August 04, 2005  

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