Author Topic: Lake District Photography Meet Up 16th / 17th October - photographs  (Read 6724 times)

hawthornpaul

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Granty and Willowisp will shortly be adding some (no doubt excellent) shots, in the meantime here are a few of my offerings.

Late afternoon Derwentwater


A tree across the water


Derwentwater at sundown, looking over to Catbells


Day break from the summit of Catbells


It's a new day from Catbells


The top section of Moss Force


Newlands Valley from Moss Force



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I agree that granty and others post sum excellent shots on this forum but please don't sell yourself short as I believe the photos that you have posted here are of a very high standard. my fav is between no 3 or no 4  O0 O0 O0
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2nd and 4th for me. Love the hazy layers of the 2nd O0

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Great shots mate - that week quickly turned into a day didn't it?!


Well I like 1 and the last one. The last one really captures the scale of the valley, which I didn't think to take as I thought wouldn't be possible - so well done.


My favourite though? Has to be 3...lovely composition, colours and I even like the man made circle of stones! Well done  O0
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The 5th one because I love the sunlight breaking through the clouds onto Catbells, like that.  If I was out, I would pause in my walking to enjoy, and if I saw that photograph somewhere I would pause to enjoy that too.   The next one I like is 4, particularly the way the circle of stones is included. 
 
Thank you for showing us.
 
I thought of everyone on this meet up and am glad you get these fab photos.   O0
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Early birds catch the worms eh  ;)  Great set of pictures I like them all. What camera are you using ?

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Brilliant shots there mate. No fav for me as they are all great in there own right O0
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Lovely.. 3,4 ,5 especially..

hawthornpaul

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Thanks for the comments, much appreciated.  Camera is a Samsung GX-10 (Pentax K10D clone).

Looking forward to seeing the others' shots, I'm sure there'll be some beauties.

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Paul, some really nice shots there, no 2 is my favourite though, great comp and love the layering effect, nice one!
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Brilliant pics - no favourite for me, just lovely to look at.  Thanks for sharing  O0
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All of the above I heartily agree with! I particularly like the daybreak Catbells one and the Derwentwater sundown one; really lovely   O0
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no 3 for me O0 , but they are all fantastic.
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and so the mystery man finally shows us some shots ;)
and cracking shots they are as well.

Im getting nervous about putting any of mine up now :S
I shall let Granty go first lol :D

Mine will probably go up in a couple of days as heading into nights now and Granty convinced me to try RAW shots so need to learn what to do with them...
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This is the first attempt with a RAW shot and using lightroom. The pic of Casterigg stone circle was taken on a grey day and I'm thinking a possibly a little over-processed.

More will follow when I get time
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