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Trevhas's Gallery Comments

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Ringing Roger Vista by Trevhas

Ringing Roger Vista

Yeah, I'm quite pleased with the 16-35 serves its purpose well, my other lens is the Nikor 70- 300 .
I couldn't possibly drag another lens around with me , have to look after my back.
...................Ooops just remembered I have the Tamron 150 -600 mm that comes out on its own in the spring / summertime for the birds.

By: Trevhas

Escalator by jamb


Excellent processing, it looks like it was taken on film with those tones.

By: jamb

Chrome Colour by BIGRY1

Chrome Colour

Excellent interesting light and colour on this one Ryan, it works for me ! Grin.


Bunny Hops by Trevhas

Bunny Hops

Yeah you're right Jeremy, hadn't given it too much notice, its probably a Hare with a limp................and cold feet !!

By: Trevhas

Breaking Through by Trevhas

Breaking Through

Blend multiple exposures, how very dare you Jeremy...............i just use a 0.9 soft grad and trust the cameras meter reading with a half stop bracket over and under, ( this ones under ) i told you this camera had got better. I then lift the shadows and blacks slightly in CS5.

By: Trevhas

Evening Light by Gavin_Duxbury

Evening Light

Excellent composition, colour and atmosphere on this one Gavin.

By: Gavin_Duxbury

Edale Dawn by Trevhas

Edale Dawn

Thanks for your comments Glenalva, Richard and Ian.
I am beginning to appreciate the early morning light more and in particular the light before sunrise especially if there's a blue sky forecast because the better pics will be the ones taken before sun up.................... The hardest bits getting out of bed !!......... and back in again before the wife notices Wink

By: Trevhas

Over to Quinag by glenalva

Over to Quinag

Excellent Composition with great colours , those walls and sinking fences always work for me too GrinGrin

By: glenalva

Winnat's Pass by ArtyArt

Winnat's Pass

Like the cross shaped walls and the positioning of the two sheep like a gateway to the pass! Well spotted.

By: ArtyArt

Ladybower Blues by ArtyArt

Ladybower Blues

Excellent Ian, this works for me too and it lends itself to this format, great choice of tone compliments this wonderful winter scene.............................
OMG didn't realise it was a panoramic Blush , until i messed with the slider, two comps in one eh Ian both work well for me comp wise so have one of these.......
Grin...................sorry Ian tried to give a UA not realising it was from a couple of days ago and it wouldn't let me !!
Well done anyway.


By: ArtyArt

Ringing Roger Beckons by Trevhas

Ringing Roger Beckons

Thanks Ian, I thought the bunny prints worked well too, leading up to the moon.

By: Trevhas

Bleak by Nigeve1


It's V1 for me, the others seem a little flat.
Exposure tips........... I'm from the old school of photography where it was common practise to increase exposure by a stop or more for snowy pics depending on subject. However the metering systems on DSLR cameras these days are very accurate and would advise on going with the recommended exposure, having said that I still bracket ( 3 exposures ) half a stop over and under the recommended setting ( old habits die hard ) . It's a lot easier to correct shadows than it is to correct blown highlights.
I've had my D800 for nearly three years and it has taken me nearly this long to trust the cameras exposure readings, the last nine months or so the exposures have proven to be very accurate especially when shooting into the sun at sunset or sunrise, I can only put it down to the firm ware updates cos I'm sure the meter wasn't that accurate when I bought the camera ( I always use manual setting ).
Since you use the new D810 I suggest you trust the technology you've paid for, I believe the auto focusing isn't too bad either Wink. There's no messing about when I use my iPhone or iPad in the snow the results are always amazing with the right amount of detail in both highlight and shadow areas !!.
Enjoy your camera, there's no need to over think these days, if in doubt use full auto and be amazed !!.
Check out my pf for the exif data.

By: Nigeve1

When on Derwentwater............. by MrBlueSky

When on Derwentwater.............

Excellent tone colour and comp, love it !!

By: MrBlueSky

Snowy Owl-er by MrBlueSky

Snowy Owl-er

Lovely early morning light and colour on this one Rob, great comp too.

By: MrBlueSky

Off Piste by fazzer

Off Piste

Another beauty Jeremy, the blue light before sunrise works so well with snow, I must remember to get out of bed a bit earlier !!. Excellent capture.

By: fazzer

Water Hole by Trevhas

Water Hole

No. Just go for it Nick !! .................. There's no way of seeing any further down from the public viewing area, maybe there's a grate to trap debris, I'm sure someone on here will know...............The waters very cold though so you will need your thermal lined speedos !! SmileSmile

By: Trevhas

Early bird by fazzer

Early bird

Excellent early morning colour and viewpoint looking down the valley , I will have to climb higher next time, I always presumed Ringing Roger was the highest ridge Blush. It was great to see you at long last this morning we shall have to meet up again !

By: fazzer

Winter Scene by Trevhas

Winter Scene

Yeah thanks for the comments John and Brian although it looks a bit random there is a balanced comp in there, I'm glad you spotted it John Smile

By: Trevhas

Twin Peaks Summit by Trevhas

Twin Peaks Summit

Thanks Ian, I'm glad you spotted the people on the top at the same time, this was the only shot as the runners had run over the summit on the next pic.

By: Trevhas

The Ridge by kojak

The Ridge

Keeping the best till last Mick. Excellent capture.

By: kojak

Roger's View by ArtyArt

Roger's View

Excellent portrayal of a winters morning, it's beautiful, wish i was there !!...........I love the colour and busy texture Ian. Well done for putting in the effort to get up there for the sunrise too !! GrinGrinGrin.

By: ArtyArt

Moondust by fazzer


Excellent comp and cool tones on this one Jeremy , can't wait to see the bonkers sunset Wink

By: fazzer

Slow Reveal by chris-p

Slow Reveal

Love the autumnal colours and tones on this one Chris.

By: chris-p

Taking Shelter by judidicks

Taking Shelter

Excellent candid and composition with great lines and couple in the right place too.
Well spotted .

By: judidicks

Lost at night by jamesmoorephotography

Lost at night

Love the spread of fg footprints leading to the girl /lady in red.
It's different and it works for me.

By: jamesmoorephotography

Chatsworth House by Kevin63

Chatsworth House

Excellent composition with great detail of CHATSWORTH house and grounds even down to the bloke with his dog under the tree, great capture Kevin.

By: Kevin63

The Gate by Trevhas

The Gate

Thanks Alex and Ted it wasn't too cold Brian because of the strenuous hike up the hill, i was warm enough to stand around at the gate for awhile however Gavin looked as though he could have done with a quick sip from the flask WinkWinkWink

By: Trevhas

The road into Edale by Gavin_Duxbury

The road into Edale

Excellent, i like the comp on this one its like a smile, both work well, V2 just nicks it for me as the hills remind me of eyes.
It was great having a chat, hope the holiday goes well. I didn't get to know who the other two togs were though, did you ?

By: Gavin_Duxbury

Winter's Gate by Gavin_Duxbury

Winter's Gate

Sorry Gavin, totally missed this one with all the excitement of New Years eve etc. Have a fantastic year and visit to Yellowstone, all the best to you and your family.
Excellent viewpoint, well worth the wait.

By: Gavin_Duxbury

Winter Coat by bill33

Winter Coat

Excellent colour, light and composition with plenty of interest throughout the frame. Fantastic capture.

By: bill33