Great Ocean Rd (Victoria Aus.) photos

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by GreenieLeBrun, Sep 2, 2005.

  1. I have uploaded a number of photos taken in late August 2005 along the
    Great Ocean Road in South West Victoria (Australia).

    The photos were taken using a Panasonic DMC-FZ19 camera.

    The link is

    Click on the thumbnails to enlarge.
    GreenieLeBrun, Sep 2, 2005
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  2. GreenieLeBrun

    cyclone Guest

    Do you mean FZ10?

    I know you didn't ask specifically for feedback (and I don't want to bag out
    your photos) but in case it might help for the future.....there seem to be
    focus/depth of field issues with many of the photos. For scenery shots you
    would typically select an aperture that gives maximum depth of field (higher
    f numbers) so that more of the shot is in focus. The exif data is not in
    tact for me to see what you used (or more likely what the camera chose for
    you?) but it appears to be something wide open like f/2.8? You might be
    amazed at the difference if you flip to aperture priority and select a high
    f number on future trips. On a dreary day this might result in a longer
    exposure which may make it necessary to use a tripod. (but using a tripod
    for landscapes is never a bad idea).

    Hope you don't mind the suggestion.

    cyclone, Sep 2, 2005
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  3. GreenieLeBrun

    Dunco Guest

    Some are very good...some are very ordinary.

    learn to keep the horizon level.
    And sometimes a filter is great to get rid of that haze
    learn to crop as those ferns would've been very nice...and still could be.

    Water falls are nice and sometimes are a little better if you leave the
    lenms open for a few seconds more.

    mate...all critique, not criticism.
    Email me if you need more info and tell me where you took the shots as I'll
    bhe down there in 2 weeks :)
    Dunco, Sep 2, 2005
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