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woof woof

Latest travels

Near and not so near.

Near. Someones bike.


Green energy.


Far, dinner on the river at night.


Hi, man.


Dunno what.


Fishing.


SQUIRREL!


UK in the rain.


Still raining.


Back to the seaside.


And off again. Down south.


That's it. Thanks for looking :D
Big Blue

Nice photos
Roadsterstu

Nice photos, Allan.
woof woof

Ta  
royalritu

Re: Latest travels

woof woof wrote:
Near and not so near.

Near. Someones bike.


Green energy.


Far, dinner on the river at night.


Hi, man.


Dunno what.


Fishing.


SQUIRREL!


UK in the rain.


Still raining.


Back to the seaside.


And off again. Down south.


That's it. Thanks for looking :D



Hey Hi,
These pictures are AMAZING!
royalritu

Hey Hi,
These Pictures are really Amazing! share some more if you have...
woof woof

royalritu wrote:
Hey Hi,
These Pictures are really Amazing! share some more if you have...


er... ok, Better late than never...

Panasonic GX7 with 12-35mm f2.8.

Expensive shoes and trousers, wet.

Heritage.









A simple shot but I like it more and more GX7 with Olympus 17mm f1.8.



100% from that last one...

Roadsterstu

There is much to lichen these photos.
Michael

Beautiful shot of the nuclear power station and industrial wasteland that is Teesside.
woof woof

It's a shame you can't see the beauty around you Michael.

I'll be in the far east soon and believe me, Teesside is a place of outstanding beauty compared to some of the shit holes I'll pass in my air conditioned car and there are millions of people all over the world who'd simply love to live here and think themselves lucky to do so  

Regardless of what's relative all you have to do is turn around and face any other direction and the industry is no longer in sight and you're left with just nature  
Chris M Wanted a V-10

woof woof wrote:

Panasonic GX7 with 12-35mm f2.8.

Glad that the lens is so sharp; it's a hell of a price. I bought a used one a few weeks ago but haven't had the opportunity to use it in anger yet. I got a G7 in October and only had the cashback a couple of weeks ago; it's got the 12-35 on it at the moment but it's at the bottom of a camera bag.
Michael

woof woof wrote:
It's a shame you can't see the beauty around you Michael.



Fear not alan, I can see plenty of beauty - one of the benefits of owning a house with views of two national parks. Not a nuclear reactor in site.

And you're right, some people would love to live in Middlesbrough. There lives must be awful.
Bob Sacamano

Michael wrote:
woof woof wrote:
It's a shame you can't see the beauty around you Michael.



Fear not alan, I can see plenty of beauty - one of the benefits of owning a house with views of two national parks. Not a nuclear reactor in site.

And you're right, some people would love to live in Middlesbrough. There lives must be awful.


Middlesbrough itself is a shit tip - I know, I go there most days. That said, efforts at improvement are underway. What can't be argued is the beautiful countryside and villages around it - and, of course, the Nuclear Power Station is in Hartlepool so you can't actually see it from 'Boro, or from anywhere around it
Michael

Your right, there are places that aren't Middlesbrough that are beautiful. That Power station is quite visible from plenty of points around Middlesbrough including alan's picture.
woof woof

Chris M Wanted a V-10 wrote:
woof woof wrote:

Panasonic GX7 with 12-35mm f2.8.

Glad that the lens is so sharp; it's a hell of a price. I bought a used one a few weeks ago but haven't had the opportunity to use it in anger yet. I got a G7 in October and only had the cashback a couple of weeks ago; it's got the 12-35 on it at the moment but it's at the bottom of a camera bag.


Hope you're getting on well with it, I had a G7 and it was the most responsive camera I've ever had.

For out and out sharpness you need a larger format and a nice lens. The A7 with a Zeiss lens can cut your eye balls :D
woof woof

Bob Sacamano wrote:
Middlesbrough itself is a shit tip - I know, I go there most days. That said, efforts at improvement are underway. What can't be argued is the beautiful countryside and villages around it - and, of course, the Nuclear Power Station is in Hartlepool so you can't actually see it from 'Boro, or from anywhere around it


One of the good things is that the coast and the countryside are just minutes away and are in places stunningly beautiful.
woof woof

Michael wrote:


And you're right, some people would love to live in Middlesbrough. There lives must be awful.


Michael, ever thought about saying something nice? Just a thought.

And just for you here's some soothing and or pretty pictures taken in the Boro area...









And for the nerds these were taken with a Sony A7 and a film era Minolta 50mm f1.2.

These were taken anything from 100yards to 20minutes drive from home...











Skyhook

Of the...
Humphrey The Pug

One more after this one
BeN

so
woof woof

BeN wrote:
so


...we went travelling again... to seaside places...







and floating places selling mostly tat...



and nice places to eat...

woof woof

and eat...



I've never been so hot and sweaty in my life but the early mornings and evenings were nice times to go for a walk...



and back home...



AkselVerg

Excellent photos, especially I liked two of them - the first is a black and white photo of houses and the second is a color photo of tablets.
If you will allow me, I would like to give you some advice.

1) Try to read some information about the white balance, it will help you to make a colorful accent on certain objects of your photography. Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_balance
2) As I understand you prefer to use one lens for both near frames and distant ones, think about purchasing one more or a pair of lenses, for example, a portrait and macro lens. Information and examples of macro lenses (https://www.bestadvisers.co.uk/macro-lenses-for-nikon), about portraits, I think, and so everything is clear.
3) Try next time to play with the exposure, it will help to give the pictures depth. The next link to the wiki)) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exposure_(photography)

I hope my information will be useful to you. You're a big lad!

P.S. The photo "Back to the seaside", I, if you decide, hang on my wall, it is perfect.

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