New thread for the new week…
with my mate 10 pro.
This isn’t a “quality photo”, but a reminder of a few things that we came across while doing some purging. My wife used to write documentation for companies, remember documentation? She didn’t write these, but used them to create the Windows Help for products, before it was all just on the web.
@kflanagan, I’m afraid that link gives me a 404 Not Found error. Is it possible that it’s not shared outside your account?
I just uploaded the picture, easier
I see it now! (+extra chars for min length)
How incredibly tranquil! Great capture
That color is unreal! Sunsets are one of my favorite things ever!
Blessed with endless beaches and great weather here in Perth, Australia.
I remember using Robohelp with VisualBasic 4 and 6, back in the 90s
My mother and I both independently took a moment to photograph the sunset tonight.
Why? Because it was very orange. The reason it was so orange is because we are experiencing very bad bushfires and have been for a few weeks.
The shocking part is that we live 1000 kilometers apart…
I’ve been saving for quite some time for an Olympus M.Zuiko 300mm f4.0 IS PRO lens for my OM-D E-M1. An unexpected small windfall put my piggy bank over the goal. For those not familiar with micro four-thirds, 300mm is 600mm full frame equivalent. Here’s the first shot. Hand held.
Discovered the stars were there while playing with Clarity in LR.
Fantastic. A bit obsessed with the moon at the moment after watching Apollo 11 and For All Mankind. One question about the stars though - the moon doesn’t seem to be covering them up (the bit in shadow?)
Arrived in Florida now, might visit Kennedy Space centre
300mm on a crop-sensor Nikon (x1.5)
These are fantastic!
When I take photos of the moon, it makes me grateful for having a camera with an ASP-C sensor. The “free” extra zoom I get thanks to the crop sensor comes in handy.