© Gabor Dvornik Photograph by Gabor Dvornik, Wix.com/cpt_hun/dvornik Location: Szodliget, Hungary Date: November 11, 2010 Camera: Nikon D300 Focal Length: 18mm Aperture: f/8 ISO/Film: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec Note: Gabor Dvornik took this photo of a misty environment in Szodliget, Hungary (wiki link). The dark tones throughout the photo adds a feeling of loneliness.
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© Grigory Gankin Photograph by Grigory Gankin, Gansky.500px.com Location: Bagan, Myanmar Date: December 10, 2011 Camera: SONY DSLR A700 Focal Length: 105mm Aperture: f/7.1 ISO/Film: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/4000 sec Note: Grigory Gankin took this foggy photo over Bagan, Myanmar (wiki link). The time of the day when this was shot makes this such a
©Steve Landeros Photograph by Steve (Maxx) Landeros, SteveLanderosPhotography.com Location:San Francisco, California Date: September 9, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Focal Length: 200mm Aperature: f/16 ISO: 50 Exposure: 180 sec (3 mins) Note: Steve Landeros took this photo of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. This photo has so much going on,
©Pawel Klarecki Photograph by Pawel Klarecki, klarens.500px.com Location: Northern Ireland Date: January 23rd, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 50D Focal Length: 200mm Aperature: f/8 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/13 sec Note: Pawel Klarecki took this photo “The Dark Hedges” in Northern Ireland. The mist and lighting in this photo is magnificent and reminds me of the forest
©Mark Littlejohn Photograph by Mark Littlejohn, marklj.500px.com/ Date: July 4th, 2011 Camera: Pentak K-5 Focal Length: 19mm Aperature: f/8 ISO: 200 Exposure: 1/45 sec Note: Mark Littlejohn was staring down a field of cows when he caught the perfect moment. I love the lighting from the back, silhouetting the cows. The long shadows add a
©Jorge Maia Photograph by Jorge Maia, jorge_maia.500px.com Date: 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Focal Length: 24mm Aperature: f/20 ISO: 100 Exposure: 10 sec Note: Jorge Maia’s photo gives off a “mythical” mood from the lighting and the fog coming through the trees. With the heavy amount of moss on the right side of