Canon EOS M50, f/6.3, 1/1250, 45mm
Wow, that is really cool
Thanks! Here’s an updated version - I went to the RAW image and adjusted a few things. The sky is not a blown out white now.
Saturday evening stroll around a pond of the Osterseen (Easter lakes), looking south onto the Alps around Zugspitze. Not modified (likely automatic HDR), S10e.
I was raised in Witney West Oxfordshire
Enjoying one of the last warm days for the season in the NC mountains. Pixel 4a, edits in Google Photos.
Care to share your approach on this shot or shots like this? Love it, btw.
I just had my eye out (camera in hand, of course) and noticed that he was about to walk in front of the stand. I ran ahead of him to frame the shot, cranked up the shutter speed to 1/900, and took a few photos. I spend a ton of time walking around with my camera looking for a shot. For vertical shots, I tend to crop at 4x5. Luckily, the X100V is a 26-megapixel camera, giving me enough of an image to work with. The more I shoot, the more I appreciate having a fixed lens camera. Takes a lot of the guesswork out of it.
Love this thought process. So matter of fact, yet deliberate.