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A Finer Summers Day
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 05-14-2016, 12:07 PM

Post this similar shot a few days ago... https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/12-post-your-photos/320565-landscape-fine-summers-day.html

But I've now found the "Sunny" filter on the K1.

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05-15-2016, 04:35 AM   #16
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nice image kd (again)
Thanks.

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but I have previously given a hint on your composition for Loch Ness images!
But I have to stand one legged, on top of the fence strainer, in the top field, to just get a bit of it in.

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Good advice about the piggy
Your welcome.

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Suited for FF, thinking ahead
And when exactly next week is that coming?
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Now you're just showing off. Only in Scotland and maybe Oregon would you need a sunshine filter. As a result, you can only purchase them in California and Florida.
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Now you're just showing off. Only in Scotland and maybe Oregon would you need a sunshine filter. As a result, you can only purchase them in California and Florida.
No it's hidden deep in the menu settings of the K1.

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Beautiful picture! Great camera + Great lens + Great photographer = Great results
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Beautiful picture!
Thank you.

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Great camera + Great lens + Great photographer
I'll agree to give you two out of three... the first two.
05-16-2016, 06:39 AM   #22
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yes fantastic shot and in a beautiful landscape! Thx for sharing!

The K5 has a similar filter see attached image, now just waiting to improve those when someday I get a K1

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now just waiting to improve those when someday I get a K1
I particularly like the lightening filter... must go and have look for that one on the K1.

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But I have to stand one legged, on top of the fence strainer, in the top field, to just get a bit of it in
...and your problem is?
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...and your problem is?
Balance... after a few drams usually.
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This is the type of landscape photography I can really appreciate. So many vivid colors and changes in the slope of the terrain. Really beautiful.

A million thanks.

Antonio

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Balance... after a few drams usually.
By the way, Mr. Kerrowdown sir, I have been anxiously awaiting more flicks of the beautiful women in your part of the world. Looking forward to it.

Thnx,

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This is the type of landscape photography I can really appreciate. So many vivid colors and changes in the slope of the terrain. Really beautiful.
Thank you for you kind words.

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Looking forward to it.
Stay tuned... some well earned down time planned "loosely" over the next few weeks.

The old Kerrowdown will be at large on the "streets" of both Edinburgh and Dublin, hotties beware.
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Looks like a good, natural rendering of dynamic range from the K-1. Enjoy!
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Looks like a good, natural rendering of dynamic range from the K-1. Enjoy!
Thanks, I'm also impressed with the amount of detail it packs into the image.
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You have very nice landscape in Scotland, not so unlike Norway if I may say. Congratulate with the K-1. :-)
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