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Comments (15)

Heinz Peierl on November 15, 2011

Sehr schön festgehalten

Gefällt mir.

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Viele Grüße von der Mosel

Heinz

Derek Geer on November 16, 2011

Wow! Magnificent scenery and reflections. You could sell this to Cadbury for one of their chocolate boxes. Regards Derek

brian gillman on November 17, 2011

Very kind of you to say so, Derek! I do appreciate that. But bearing in mind the many brilliant photos on Panoramio, I have some stiff competition!

Best wishes, Brian.

nino evola on November 19, 2011

Very beautiful photo and Wonderful landscape


LIKE/3


A dear greetings from italy

Nino

brian gillman on November 28, 2011

Hello, Nino! Very pleased you like!

Best wishes, Brian.

zanot10 - NO VIEWS on November 29, 2011

Very good shot! LIKE!

Greetings Z.

Carlos A. Serafim on December 2, 2011

Green,green,green... Amazing scenery... Beautiful reflections. Greetings from Brazil.

brian gillman on December 7, 2011

Pleased to meet you, Carlos. Many thanks for your kind comment.

Best wishes, Brian.

Martin Podt on January 20, 2012

Nice capture with great reflections. L

Greetings, Martin

brian gillman on January 21, 2012

One of my favourite spots in Scotland, Martin. Glad you like too.

Best wishes, Brian.

Marcel Kraan on February 12, 2012

Yes you are right Brian, This beautiful picture has no noise at all. Wish you success with making a lot of beautiful pictures with your Nikon camera. Good luck and gr, Marcel Kraan.

brian gillman on February 13, 2012

Hello again, Marcel! I read somewhere that camara technology is advancing at such a rate that soon ISO will be something we don't have to bother about. There won't even be a button on the camera for it. Noise will no longer be an issue!

Best wishes, Brian.

Marcel Kraan on February 13, 2012

Hello Brian.Technology goes on and on. It's possible and would be easier for all photographers too. Maybe there comes a time that you can make pictures with your own eyes. We'll see. Have a nice day. gr, Marcel.

brian gillman on February 13, 2012

Yes, Marcel. A bit frightening! Pictures appearing of things one is not supposed to look at! I've also noticed that noise is less of a problem with photos taken in RAW. (That sunset photo you liked was jpeg).

Best wishes, Brian.

Marcel Kraan on February 13, 2012

That's correct but with many (cheaper) camera's it's not possible to shoot in raw. I always shoot in raw. It's more difficult and more work then jpeg but the results are much better. It's better not to do it when you don't know what color, and color management is. It's very important that your screen is calibrated too. Gr, Marcel.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 15, 2011
  • Attribution
    by brian gillman
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7000
    • Taken on 2011/06/09 14:19:51
    • Exposure: 0.033s (1/30)
    • Focal Length: 34.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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