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Werri Beach

By younchin
The weather was good this weekend. I went out before sunrise and back home after dark! This was shot in the evening before sunset, and the sun was mostly behind clouds. I made almost 100 similar shots.
I'm trying to learn how geometrically the sizes, distances of subjects relate to focus length of the lens used. I remember what a well known photographer wrote : "...choose your lens wisely...".
I'm seriously thinking of getting an ultra-wide lens for landscape and various general uses. Particularly interested in the 12-24mm (for DX format) which will be equal only to a 18-36mm in 135 format. The Nikon has one with a f/4 (which is good as it is more affordable comparing to a f/2.8). Will f/4 be fast enough for DX zoom lens? Whereas, from what I've read, in 135mm days, f/2.8 appeared to have been the essential choice of a lot of the pros. And, any comment on Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC? Looks like Nikon 17-55mm DX is the best choice.
Thank you for viewing, please tell me what you think.
Exposure program: Manual
Exposure time: 1/13 sec
F-stop: f/22
Focal length: 29mm (43mm in 135 format)
Filters: ND grad 1 stop
ISO sensitivity speed: 200
Tripod: Yes (remote trigger)

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: hermin, ReidFJR, paulstefan and 17 more


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Comments


hermin 18 2 Israel
6 Nov 2005 4:40AM
appealing shapes game
jaktis 19 84 Sweden
6 Nov 2005 5:47AM
Great composition with the red sand and waves rolling in but the trees looks a bit soft. Lovely view

Peter
MoWiz 17 114 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2005 5:53AM
I like the composition, really pleasing shot
MO
KBan 17 512 4 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2005 11:23AM
good comp. and colour
keith
tonymarq 17 1 United States
6 Nov 2005 4:03PM
Beauty Simon! great composition with amazing detail and color!

stay well!
tonymarq
rosie42 18 7 Australia
6 Nov 2005 5:34PM
A pleasing composition - well done! Is this shot near Gerringong?

Susie :o)
ChristineL 17 39 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2005 9:53PM
Nice composition and light, looks a wild and lovely place,
Chris.
7 Nov 2005 6:46AM
This is absolutely outstanding love how the waves hit the shore.. beautiful.. could walk miles there.. and outstanding p'graphy

Nikki
georg 18 4 South Africa
8 Nov 2005 9:15AM
I love the wide openess!!
Georg
11 Nov 2005 4:24PM
Thank you all for viewing and commenting.

Susie,
Yes, this is at Gerringong, beautiful place around there!
Simon
rosie42 18 7 Australia
11 Nov 2005 4:41PM
Hi Simon - I know Gerringong reasonably well, having visited my aunt & uncle who live there many times over the years. The last time I was on Werri Beach, I received a complimentary dermabrasion treatment, thanks to the windswept sand ... later someone told me 'werri' means 'windy' in the indigenous language and I wasn't surprised!

Susie :o)
11 Nov 2005 6:50PM
Susie,
Good to hear about the possibility of getting a dermabrasion beauty treatment! Grin Also, thanks for the translation, a lovely name indeed!
Simon

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