Tag Archives: tree

19 Mar
Water Veil

© Paul Zizka Photograph by Junya Hasegawa, (portfolio) Date: August 8, 2010 Camera: Sigma Sigma SD15 (Amazon) Focal Length: 23mm Shutter Speed: 1.3 sec Aperture: f/8 ISO/Film: 50 Tripod: Yes Note: Junya Hasegawa captured this photo in a cave underneath a waterfall. The waterfall has some excellent lighting if you notice some of the shadowing

31 Jan
King of the Valley

© Peyton Hale Photograph by Peyton Hale, (portfolio) Location: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina (google maps) (wiki) Date: October 12, 2010 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II (amazon) Focal Length: 200mm Aperture: f/7.1 ISO/Film: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec Note: Peyton Hale captured this Elk in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in

30 Dec
Snow Scene

© Ingeun Nam Photograph by Ingeun Nam, Namingeun.500px.com Location: Daegwalnyeong, South Korea Date: 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Focal Length: 16mm Aperture: f/13 ISO/Film: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec Note: Ingeun Nam took this photo on a snowy hill in South Korea. What makes this simple photo so unique is the contrast in

13 Nov
Sunset on The Gower

©Paul Stoakes Photograph by Paul Stoakes, eyeforimages.com Location: Gower, Wales Date: July 10th, 2006 Camera: Canon EOS 20D Focal Length: 70m Aperature: f/11 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/80 sec Note: Paul Stokes took this image in Gower, Wales at the perfect time of the day. The tree covering up the sun adds unique lighting and beauty

04 Nov

©Milena Photograph by Milena, Milena-r.blogspot.com/ Location: Croatia Camera: Canon 350D Focal Length: 18mm Aperature: f/3.5-5.6 Note: Milena from Croatia captured this simple but unique shot of a jet stream in the sky. The diagonal line from the stream is framed at a diagonal to add interest. Think if you were to shoot this with the

24 Oct

©Thomas Bonin Photograph by Thomas Bonin, PixelCandy.TomYeah.com Date: October 21, 2007 Focal Length: 100mm Aperature: f/5.6 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/50 Note: Thomas Bonin captured serenity by shooting this photo at the perfect time in the day, utilizing depth of field and the rainy weather. This photo shows that you don’t have to be standing on