L1M1AS3 Landscape? ISO 200 f/3.5 18mm 1/25th sec Argh. I know I really need help on my definition of landscape. I prefer this image to the one i just uploaded with plain land and sky. The gravel path adds more colour and variety to the shot. But does it count as it's not a natural formation? Sorry Yvette, I feel like a dunderhead haha.Perhaps if I crop it a little from the bottom right? About halfway up the path? I just love those sweeping lines though.
L1M1AS3 Landscape ISO200 f/4.5 1/80th sec 18mm Nikon D7100 I wanted to keep things simple as I need to work on my definition of landscape. I also wanted to break away from my seascape imagery a little. Handheld shot just around sunset, and I lightened shadows in lightroom to keep the lush green of the foreground. Not exactly rule of thirds here, but I felt that neither the sky nor the ground was interesting enough to give more space to so it's roughly 50/50.
L1M1AS3 Landscapes ISO 200 f/11 1/500th sec 18mm Nikon D7100 The clouds made the water quite a dull colour so I took saturation way down. I found this made the darker clouds stand out a bit more. Followed rule of thirds to showcase the boats.
L1M1AS3 Landscape - Honest question, does this picture count as a landscape? It's not really a portrait either. ISO 200 f/6.3 1/640th sec 200m lens Nikon D90. The excitement of my 1yo running on sand -had to capture it. He's only recently found his legs!
L1M1AS3 Landscapes ISO200 f/7.1 1/800th sec 170mm lens Nikon D7100 Handheld on a walk. I like the way this path meanders through the park, under the dappled light of the trees, but have found it hard to capture the twists without getting in bins, people, & random houses in the background.
L1M1AS3 Landscape ISO 200 f/7.1 1/200th sec 31mm lens Nikon D90. I love the silhouette with colour in the background - feel like I should have got lower for more negative space. I'd also like to find a more dramatic looking tree.