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Location: Carlisle England UK
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This is one of several shots I took with my Nikon D5500 when I was returning from a fell walk up Helvellyn in the Lake District where I live. The conditions and lighting were perfect but I did not have a tripod with me and I was concerned that, handheld, it would not be sharp. I set the camera to Aperture priority and the aperture to f11. The metering mode I set to pattern and this was the result. The original was shot in RAW.
· Date: Tue 9-July-2019 · Views: 199 · Filesize: 177.0KB, 12963.8KB · Dimensions: 6000 x 4000 ·
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Keywords: landscape, mountains, trees
Camera: D5500
Lens & Filters: Nikkor DX 18-55mm, Polaroid
Film and/or ISO: 400
Aperture: f11
Shutter speed: 1/400
Location: Glenridding, Lake District
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Location: NSW AU
Posts: 320
Tue 09-July-2019 08:23

Really interesting texture, gives a sort of painterly or maybe filmic impression with a kind of matte surface. Sharp but flattish?? Yeah, that's it; a contradiction in terms! LOL

Probably the Polaroid filter but not familiar with the effect and I don't recall seeing it on Nikonians. Looks great in any case. I'll steal it for later!

Location: AB CA
Posts: 30
Tue 09-July-2019 09:05 Rating: 10 

I really like this one!