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 Post subject: Scotland
PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:51 am 
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Hi I just spent a week in Scotland it really is a photographer's paradise there anyway here are a few snaps.

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Some of these photos are truly incredible, and I mean it. I wish I could go there someday... Keep up the great work, I want to see more.

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Those pictures are amazing!! are alot of them HDR ones?

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Did you slip that waddle in there, just for me?
I am with Shag on this..I am just stunned by the Scotland photos..these are no exception...but I can see that your selections exceed even what
I had hoped..anytime I see the word Scotland, I always anticipate something spectacular. That first white out shot, just killed me...and there is not a bad one in this set...ya did good! Thank you for showing us these.

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Ah, I love the nature!
Charming-Pig, just wondering... about how many pictures did you take in that week? :)

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absolutely fantastic shots!

i like the tasteful use of HDR in most of the shots...

be careful in overdoing that as you have done in a couple.

my favorite is the fourth shot, because of all the different textures.

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Thanks for all the comment's.

Burun- I took around 700 in total I do have alot more that i might put up.

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GREAT shots! pretty much all of them...

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Absolutely stunning - really uplifting pics. Just what I need at 2am!

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That is absolutely stunning! Some of the best shots I have ever seen!!! Wow Every shot is something that I would have loved to see in real life! Wow! 10 out of 10!!! GREAT! :shock: :shock: :shock:

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In my opinion, the really great travel photographys are the ones that makes u wanna call the airport and order the tickets right away. Those ones do. Beatyful work, nothing else to say :shock:

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Amazing shots! :shock:

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great shots, which lens did you use ?


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an you let me know the details on this pic please, ie, lens, zoom, shutter etc,.....

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Neil, you can read some of the EXIF data here


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