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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments
Unusual. The textures and the balcony are the anchor while the arches demand you study the image to understand it. So an unusual 'working' image then. Bars on the window look solid enough to keep riff-raff like me out of there. A wise precaution. Anyone could climb up onto that little balcony. Original perception style of image. TG
I like your commentary on how you do things. High ISO and shutter speeds like you are using should give you sharp results 95% of the time. As sensors get better noise becomes less of an issue so your settings will become the norm eventually. I'm banking on it. Tripods are a buggy whip thing. Except for low light time exposure that is. Of course your cormorant is different than ours but he has that trademark tail. Green under the beak? Nice sharp photo. TG
He is small but big on good looks. Interesting eye and colour sheen on the head. You show him by a flower that looks big, yet the branch suggests the bloom is medium so he is indeed very tiny. Super background too so you have a winner in this fine photograph. TG
Wow! Linear housing... Just kidding. A beautiful and interesting image. Clouds in the water and rich colour. Tg
Interesting that your cell phone uses high shutter speeds. Under exposes a bit but delivers rich colour and avoids burn outs. Something to keep in mind for your own camera setting ideas. Which Chalet do you like best, V1 or V4? I like V4 best because the [ backside ] is nearer the frame. Well also because its level but that's so quick to fix in Google's Picassa. Do you think the image in V1 is less appealing ' dead center' ? Don't get me wrong. Your images would make fine Christmas or friendship cards. TG