I like the composition, its great having the moon there, but what ruins it is the whole image is soft, its not you its that shit lens that is always soft. Throw it off a cliff and never buy a cheap tamron lens again. You are lucky enough to live near such an amazing scene, you should invest in some nice glass to do it justice!
thanks - we're you been ??? how are the fall colors back there ? i hoping to come home mid-may 2011 for 10 days - two full week-ends - we need to get a deviantart meet-up ! as for the pic - it's kinda cool, but if you really look in the upper right and left corners you'll noticed it's terrible OOF - i hate this tamron 10-24 mm lens, but oh ! well....
Hi Ed, yeah I've been sparse on this site lately... just nothing really worth posting. I did catch a Coyote today and will post that pic. All for setting up a deviant get together when you come back this way.... we have plenty of places to go and shoot pics and I still have a week of vacation time to use up. later George.
thanks, but far from wonderful ! i used my tamron 10-24 mm and i'm really not liking this lens espc at 10mm if you look in the upper right and left hand corners you'll notice it's real soft and way OOF..... oh ! well
thanks - i'm not to happy with that lens though ! there's some funky shit going on in the upper left and right corners - more so on the right - way OOF it's one lens i wished i didn't buy - tamron 10-24 mm
That's some killer evening light. Somehow this location never gets old, no matter how many times it pops up in my messages from various deviants, because it's unique every time! Really strong shot. Hope to visit this place someday.
thanks yeah i really got lucky - with the sun coming up and a little alpin glow going on and the moon setting. but i'm not to happy with this lens - tamron 10-24 mm there's some funky shit going on in the upper right and left corners - way soft and OOF
Yah, I notice that now, you got all the important stuff in sharp focus. I recognize that log, its the one i used for my foreground on the shot I posted from there. I stood on that big rock in the very front of this shot.
that rock (2 rocks) - which has and arrowhead shape formed in the water is a great pointer - points right to hallett just for the hell of it - it went out there to see if i could move that long - not out of the pic - but in a way where it points more towards hallett - a leading line element (?) but it was sway to heavy for one person.....plus i didn't eat my whaeties that morning (LOL)