Share Beauties of Canadian Rockies

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Ronald Shu, Jul 11, 2004.

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    Ronald Shu Guest

    Last Oct. I hiked in Canadian Rockies for the first time and would like
    to share what I saw through my camera lenses. Hope you will enjoy the
    natural beauties over there. Please drop by the IP address below if
    interested:

    http://128.111.124.127/ssr/CanadaRockies.htm

    Ronald
     
    Ronald Shu, Jul 11, 2004
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  2. Great images Ronald. I felt I was right by your elbow all the way there
    :)
    You are very fortunate to have the skill to take such pictures, and I
    consider myself fortunate in having seen them.

    Thanks

    Dennis
     
    Dennis Bradley, Jul 11, 2004
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    Foret Noire Guest

    I like your point of view. Congrats, really nice pics.

    How was the Athabaska Falls taken ?
     
    Foret Noire, Jul 11, 2004
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  4. Very nice photo's Ron. A photographers dream location.
     
    Edward Eusery, Jul 12, 2004
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    Alan Browne Guest


    Great shots.
     
    Alan Browne, Jul 12, 2004
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    TP Guest


    Congratulations on some *stunning* landscape shots.

    Your work is worthy of publication. These shots would surely be in
    great demand for calendars. Your eight favourites plus four more
    would make a superb calendar.

    I work for a UK calendar publisher who (alas) accepts only shots of UK
    subjects but you should contact calendar publishers in Canada and the
    USA, if you haven't already done so.
     
    TP, Jul 12, 2004
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  7. Ronald,
    Beautiful images!!!

    I'm confused by the lighting in your image:
    Sitting Sun and Rising Moon, Waterfowl Lake, Banff National Park # 98-08-F

    The light on the moon and mountain tops says the sun is to
    the right, but the sky and clouds are brightest on the left
    implying the sun is near the left edge of the image.
    Is this a polarizer effect or what???

    Roger Clark
    Photos at: http://www.clarkvision.com
     
    Roger N. Clark (change username to rnclark), Jul 13, 2004
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    Ronald Shu Guest

    Roger:
    Thanks for your kind words. You are right, the setting sun was to
    the right. However, I used a polarizer on my Nikkor 17-35 mm/2.8 lens
    and the lens axis was in such a direction which has the maxium
    poarization effect. So, the sky and clouds at left edge look much
    brighter than those at the right edge. I wish I had a ND 0.6 filter with
    soft edge in hand, but I did not bring it with me. You have good eyes.

    Ronald
     
    Ronald Shu, Jul 13, 2004
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    Sreekanth Guest

    Awesome, simply superb.Would you consider giving less mortals like me a
    crash course on photography? :)

    Sreekanth
     
    Sreekanth, Jul 15, 2004
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    Mick Brown Guest

    Stunning images Ronald,

    I particularly liked the Fiji ones, as it appears that you went to nearly
    exactly the same places I did in May this year...not only that, the same
    people are in it, including the same villagers in the ceremony, I
    unfortunately did not get any photos, as I didnt have my ew camera at that
    stage and all I had was a P & S canon, which did an ok job except I left it
    on the plane and some turkey decided to wipe the images and put his own
    collection of pics of himself on it.

    BTW did you go on one of the cruises? Blue Lagoon maybe?
     
    Mick Brown, Oct 6, 2004
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