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By michaeldt
First outing with the Bronica!! This was taken from the slope leading up Grange fell facing into the little valley.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: thetriguy, answersonapostcard, synaesthesia and 9 more



hermin 18 2 Israel
2 Dec 2004 2:38AM
perfect composition. depth, colors, patterns and shapes, they all match so well. congrats
2 Dec 2004 2:38AM
Gorgeous, great composition. (I just want to get rid of that rock in the bottom left corner, sorry) K.
synaesthesia 19 389 England
2 Dec 2004 2:39AM
Ooo thats lovely.
matmonty 18 139 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2004 2:45AM
Great shot, well done.

exposure Plus
18 6.1k United Kingdom
2 Dec 2004 2:50AM
A lovely image good dof and leading lines well done .
debster 18 693 3 England
2 Dec 2004 2:53AM
What a superb capture. It looks a great place to be. Lovely composition.
michaeldt 19 1.2k
2 Dec 2004 2:57AM
actually, the rock is foreground interest.... Wink

i know what you mean though, it does draw your eye to itself.....

thanks for all the comments.
paulstefan 18 509 1 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2004 3:07AM
The Bronica did you proud! Excellent landscape
click, Paul
John_Duckett 18 386 2 Norfolk Island
2 Dec 2004 3:55AM
Great composition and love the deep colour, excellent

junglecat 18 12
2 Dec 2004 4:40AM
Beautiful landscape.
JouŠo 18 56 Finland
2 Dec 2004 5:10AM
Great view!

Paulbee 18 51 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2004 7:26AM
A lovely Lakeland shot with soft muted colours.
michaeldt 19 1.2k
3 Dec 2004 3:33AM
thanks for all the comments guys..........

and girls
markthompson 19 13 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2004 7:56AM
Great shot & composition. Just one tip, try Velvia 50 instead of Velvia 100 as you will get more vibrant colours (but might have to carry a tripod!).

michaeldt 19 1.2k
5 Dec 2004 11:55PM
thanks mark.

i usually lug the tripod round anyway, but for some reason, i prefer the colours of 100F. They just seem to have the right balance between vibrant/contrasty colours and natural colours. plus, the extra stop does come in handy when it's too much effort to set the tripod up. admittedly, i haven't shot an awful lot of either film, so i might give Velvia50 a go sometime in the future.

PeteBailey 20 14 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2006 11:11PM
You'll have to be quick as Velvia 50 has been discontinued, being replaced by Velvia 100 (a different film from Velvia 100F). are selling Velvia 50 at the moment with an expiry date of May 2007. I haven't made up my mind about whether or not Velvia 100 is as good as Velvia 50 - I don't shoot enough film, but if the colour saturation is as good, and you still want slow shutter speeds then you can always use a ND filter.

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