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PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:52 am 
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Greetings all in Camera Labs forum!

Im posting some photos from my september trip to Ireland. It was a great experience to discover new country and people. Highly recommended for landscape photography!

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Connemara, Co. Galway

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Glendalough nation park

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Cliffs of Moher

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young stag from Glendalough


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Thanks for visit and leave comments if you want :)


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 11:22 am 
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My favorite is the image of the stag, what a beautiful animal. You pulled it off nicely on the first shot as well (although the water in the foreground isn't all that appetizing, but I guess its part of the natural setting) , I'd like to see more landscpae shots if you have any!

And welcome to the lab TR, I hope you enjoy your stay!

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Thanks for comment. I´m posting two more pictures. First is from Connemara, same like its predecessor, but from slightly different place. Second picture is chamois. This picture was taken in Connemara too.

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Great pictures! Love the flow of the water.

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Hello TR, and welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forum!
Travelling is always a boon for photographers and Ireland is still on my "to do"-list- Nicely shot btu I love the image from Glendalough national park the most. Did you do some postprocessing/HDRing?

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Slightly sharpened and little playing with levels, thats all. And yes, waterfall is "under effect" of gaussian blur :) . But a little.


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Hi TR welcome to CL. All very nice my favourites being the water and the young stag. :)

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Beautiful images of a beautiful landscape!! I was born in Galway and regularly visit family there; I highly recommend it (and the rest of Ireland) for some great photo opportunities!!!

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Thanks Mark! I appreciate it! I must agree with you, Ireland is one of the most beautyful country i´ve ever visited!


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great pictures, especially the one of the flowing water in Glendalough, I live not too far from there but have yet to visit!


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Yo TR I like all of your pictures

My favourite would be No 2

Do you use Manfrotto Tripod or just the cheap one

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I´ve used budget Velbon CX440 tripod. Designed for ultrazooms, not for DSLR´s:)

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I really like pic no.2 it's sort of in tune with a mystical wonderland :D

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Holy hell, awesome deer and goat pictures. I can't wait to get outside with my camera more. Lately it's been pretty cold and miserable out so I didn't really feel like it.

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I really enjoyed the stag and the goat pictures!
D40 can certainly produce some amazing shots. :D

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