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Autumn Fire - 35mm format ( FF DSLR equivalent)
Lens: HD Pentax DA 55-300 Camera: K1-II Photo Location: Macclesfield Forrest, Cheshire, UK ISO: 280 Shutter Speed: 1/30s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: peso54, 12-07-2022, 10:50 AM

Thank you Adam for facilitating this competition and many thanks to Ian Vernon for his generosity in donating the great prizes

I'm excited to take part in my first competition on PentaxForums. As a dedicated Pentaxian since the purchase of my K20D in 2008, and my graduation to the K1-II and recent upgrade from the K3-II to a K3-III. I just love these 2 cameras and am on a journey to try to learn and exploit all their fantastic capabilities, and hopefully improve my photography on the way of course (a never ending journey).

Regardless of the vote I hope some readers will enjoy this photo as much as I did taking it.

Not sure if I have included all the EXIF data needed, I am somewhat a newbie to this. Please let me know if anything has been missed.


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Last edited by peso54; 12-08-2022 at 03:52 PM.
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