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Even when the Peak District is a bit damp.....

 

Housing, Tree and Alert Sheep:

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Looks better on black: Social Housing (metaphor), Tree and alert Sheep

 

K.

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This looks almost like a toy scene, I really like it!

 

Thanks!.

 

K.

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Even when the Peak District is a bit damp.....

 

Housing, Tree and Alert Sheep:

6214269203_54726dfe7b_z.jpg

 

Looks better on black: Social Housing (metaphor), Tree and alert Sheep

 

K.

 

I love this image. It's really strong and beautiful

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The Peak District can be very photogenic. Here's my favourite, to date. I took in July from Baslow edge, using the tilt in the tilt-shift lens.

 

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Looks better on black: View from Baslow Edge

 

K.

 

Nice shot...been fancying a tilt lens..not sure what focal length to go for on a cropped sensor..

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Nice shot...been fancying a tilt lens..not sure what focal length to go for on a cropped sensor..

 

I have an Canon 24mm TS-E f3.5 L, luckily I was able to get the old model at a good price second hand. The new model does tilt and shift in all directions. Its an excellent lens. Here's a flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/24mm_ts-e/pool/with/6214782530/

 

K.

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Here are a few images which I have taken in the peak district

 

http://www.tomanthonyphotography.co.uk/landscapes-c-3/curbar-edge-heather-p-1025

This was taken at curbar edge about three weeks ago when the heather was at its best. I wanted to photograph the heather when the sky had a simlier colour which would hopefully result in a great image. I wasn't the only photographer out there on the night so I can to fish for the best location which I always enjoy

 

http://www.tomanthonyphotography.co.uk/landscapes-c-3/burning-edge-p-1022

 

I have never photographs the wheel stones at stanage Edge and when the weather was right for what I wanted I decided to try to photograph them The sun was setting behind the edge which wasn't ideal for me as I wanted the llight shinning on the stones. The sky was breathtaking with great colours and really liek the results. I need to photograph this in the mornign to get greater results.

 

Hope you like and can't wait to see your pictures and stories

 

Nice compositions and holding of the detail in the shadows but the colours are a little over the top and false looking for me.

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Someone sell me a tilt lens for my D700

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I love your images Tom. Am attempting to attach a couple of mine. Criticism most welcomed!

 

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Very small but they look amazing.

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