f8, ISO 200, 1/250sec
Ok a while ago I got out and did a very tiny bit of landscape shooting - mostly from the car (or just outside the car) whilst traveling around so no time to stop and wait for the light or to really scout out each area. I didn't even have a tripod to rest upon so relied upon the IS in my lens to help out.
Dispite composition being a weaker area for me this was one of the more sucessful shots from the day, even though it needs a little rotation to get that building roof straight its come out of the camera pretty well considering that I didn't wait for the light to soften a little more (I did have to duel process the RAW to get details in the sky and background areas to show up clearer). I did get some blowout on the building, but managed to tone it down somewhat to a less distracting level.
So there we are - a landscape shot of the Lake District.
Any comments/crits welcome - thank you
|Camera:||Canon EOS 400D |
|Lens:||Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS L |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|