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Learn your camera!!!

By PMWilliams    
Brilliant advice from the critiques on bracketing shots and guess what, my camera can do it all for me!! how long have I had my camera, I'm too embarrassed to tell you.... yesterday was perfect for trying it out, some bright sun coming in from the side and I used the wall for shelter from the wind and because of the shadow it was also casting, I used 3 exposures for my first trial but I understand it can do as many as 9 (my husband might have to wait longer in future on a quick shot) Grin we also had a slight dusting of snow to add to a lovely day out.

Tags: Landscape Nature Travel General Walls Landscape and travel Mournes

Voters: leo_nid, Fernowl, Aeros and 21 more

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26 Nov 2017 5:17PM
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
26 Nov 2017 5:49PM
wonderful composition and well view subject.SmileSmile

Somerled7 Plus
5 228 8 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2017 6:56PM
I've heard it said that you should only buy a new camera when you know all the capabilities of the old one.
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2224 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2017 8:17PM
And it worked well !!
GeorgeP 14 62 26 United States
26 Nov 2017 11:09PM
That’ll learn ya” is a Belfast slang expression that I often heard when growing up – usually after a painful accident or mishap. The title brought it to mind and I feared the worse for your camera. I was happy to read your caption and realize my error.

I like this shot: the wall leads the eye into the scene and brings it back after excursions to visit the boulder, the patch of autumn colour from those drying leaves and that scrubby green bush. When the eye gets to the hills, those three round domes carry it off to the left and circle back to the beginning ready to check out the detail in the dry-stone construction. It is a masterful composition!
26 Nov 2017 11:22PM
looks nice and natural .
tony .
Irishkate Plus
10 45 121 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2017 12:58AM
Very natural and easier than filters which often leave a cast maybe not your Nisi filters but any I've used always did.
We all have things to explore in our cameras - a lesson for all here.
Kate Grin

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