The Risen by dSnider
dSnider

The Risen

by dSnider in Pano's

Some more from all the fog we have had this week. :)

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  • Submitted:Jan 13th, 2013
  • Resolution:1200x460
  • Date Created:Jan 12th, 2013
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  • Camera:SLT-A99V
  • Exposure:1/30
  • CCDWidth:4mm
  • Aperture:f/2.8
  • Focal Length:16mm
  • ISO Speed:100
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  • Gem-3d

    Gem-3d

    Fantastic i like this a lot...

    Nov 16th Reply Subscriber
  • redfang

    redfang

    Cool and mysterious :D

    Apr 25th, 2013 Reply
  • Lucifer

    Lucifer

    looks pretty scary do you have some special lens to take pics this way?

    Jan 13th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • dSnider

      dSnider

      This is a wide angle lens. I was shooting almost straight up hill at the trees and I also put the trees in the very bottom of the frame when I took it and then cropped off the negative space above later. Wide angles give barrel distortion in the corners so thats why the trees look like that on the ends. And yes! It was kinda scary! LOL! Thanks Lucie!

      Jan 14th, 2013 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      must be amazing to try different lenses. i wish i could take nice pics of landscapes right now i am thinking about some bag for my two lenses because when i go out to take pics i have no place where i could put second lens.

      Jan 14th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • dSnider

      dSnider

      Yeah I would be looking for a bag to. Don't want to risk damaging any of your gear you already have! I'd be happy to help out with any landscape or lens questions you may have in the future my friend.

      Jan 14th, 2013 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      i am not sure if i have the right feeling for taking pics of landscape. you know there must be the feeling inside you when you take pics and i am missing this feeling with landscapes but i will try one thing right now here is beautiful white winter and snowing so i will try to take some "nice" pics. its good chance to try it. and i am sure i would have some question but it would be about setting. sometimes it takes ages than i set my camera the right way to take good pics. or do you know some good book for that?

      Jan 14th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • dSnider

      dSnider

      Not really sure of a book I could suggest to you but I will do some research. What kind of camera do you have? And yes I so know of that feeling you speak of. It truly is inside of me every time I am out taking landscape shots. I have been doing quite a bit of portrait work lately to but finding it more difficult to get that feeling. It is growing though. So I say you should try for sure. If you just don't like it then at least you can say you tried it. I live in an area that so rarely sees snow. But the very few times we get some I try my best to get some shots. I wish you happy hunting with those winter scapes my friend!!

      Jan 14th, 2013 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      i have canon EOS 600D ...i think that in USA its called rebel. i have this camera for 1 year so still learning. but i love it
      i have some book but when i tried different setting what was in the book then it wasnt working they use a lot of math and that is something what is spanish village for me so i just use my intuition.
      did you tried portrait pics? i can take only self-portraits XD always when i try to take pics of other then its blurry or not good at all

      Jan 15th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • dSnider

      dSnider

      Canon makes great cameras for sure! I'll see if I can find something that might be of help to you without using all the technical stuff. I learned photography the same way...just by getting out and trying different things to see what it did. LOL! You take amazing self portraits so I am betting you could take any other portrait well to. I am learning it is just way different working with people than I am use to. So hopefully the more I do it, the better I will get. Perhaps I will upload a few of my portrait shots.

      Jan 16th, 2013 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      yes i think thats the best way to learn by experience. in last time i was a bit lazy to find some tutorials for taking pics, how to set camera and so on but i will do it again
      thank you for the help, Dennis :)

      Jan 17th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • dSnider

      dSnider

      Anytime my friend!! Happy shooting!

      Jan 17th, 2013 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      Jan 18th, 2013 Reply Who wants a hug?