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February 2017, Week 3: Terry Lucas – Vancouver Sunrise
Photo © Terry Lucas
Focal Length: 18.3mm
Shutter: 1/100 sec
Early morning at Vancouver, British Clumbia – Coal Harbour. Terry also recommends visting at 9PM to listen to the canon fire.
February 2017, Week 2: Jojo Nicdao – Beach Calm
Photo © Jojo Nicdao
Shutter: 0.4 sec
February 2017, Week 1: Raymond Gehman – Old Faithful
Photo © Raymond Gehman
The shutter speed was 125th of a second to stop most of the motion of the geyser erupting! The f-Stop was F16 which provides the star effect when shooting into the sun. The ISO was 80 and I photographed this on Kodachrome slide film with a 24 mm wide angle lens. I knew I would have to capture a special and unique image of “Old Faithful” because it is the major icon of Yellowstone National Park. I shot this geyser every which way I could think of but I realized the best pictures were going to be in the winter with snow on the ground and the cold temperatures make for a more dramatic plume of steam. Plus, I knew I wanted to shoot it back-lit, so I timed an eruption with sunset.
See Raymond’s preferred camera for landscape photography [Here]
January 2017, Week 4: Noble Savage, Malibu Ca
Photo © Pacheco
Notes: The photo was probably shot with a small aperture (F8.0 or larger to ensure that no part of the image went out of focus). As this is a relatively low light photo the ISO probably had to be increased slightly to keep the shutter speed high. This is to prevent the fast moving waves from becoming blurry in the background.
January 2017, Week 3: Black and White Buchaille
Photo © Chris Combe
Camera: Nikon D7100, 10-20mm f/4.0-f/5.6
Focal Length: 10mm
Shutter: 1/15 sec
A shot taken in the Highlands taken in November. Edits in Lightroom 5.
January 2017, Week 2: Jones Beach
Photo © Tony Heyward
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter: 1/125 sec
Jones Beach, Kiama New South Wales looking back towards Cathedral Rocks.
January 2017, Week 1:
Focal Length: 24mm
Shutter: 1/50 sec
December 2016, Week 5: Patrick Kelley
Photo © Patrick Kelley
Focal Length: 16mm
We were hiking on the Nu’alolo Cliff Trail. The fog was hanging in the air as the sun sank low and created a warm glow bouncing through the air. I noticed how one side of the mountain receives more rainfall and supported trees and plantlife while the other was drier and loose rock. This made it seem as if the world was on its side and we were walking along the edge of the earth! I used an ultrawide lens to capture the surreal scene and show the height of the cliff.
See Patrick’s preferred camera for landscape photography [Here]
December 2016, Week 4: Tony with Mountains
Photo by: Tony
December 2016, Week 3: Jonathan Martin
Photo by: Jonathan Martin
Camera: Canon EOS 5D MIII
Lens: 24-105mm F/4L IS USM
Shutter: 1/30 sec (multi-shot blend)
Jonathan had drooled over this church in travel guides, but did not realize it was the one he had happened upon by accident. They had initially photographed in Santa Magdalena, but due to wet weather they looked up a restaurant further up in town. They passed the church and did not notice it, but visited the same restaurant the next day. This time he noticed this incredible setting and had to had to hurry to get the shot due to failing light.
December 2016, Week 2:
Photo by: Louise van Heerden
Camera: Canon EOS 600D
Shutter: 1/6sec (camera mounted on tripod)
Photo was taken of the estuary mouth on a cold, cloudy morning in St Lucia in the KZN province of South Africa. St Lucia in South Africa is spectacular – at the spot where we were standing a hippo or a crocodile could come wandering past without fences for protection – and they often do!