misfit wrote in post #4532893
Number 3 for me. Has a more calming and gentle feel to it, gives the London Eye just the right amount of motion without it looking like a bicycle wheel. Well done wazza.
Thanks Bryan for your nice words
curiousgeorge wrote in post #4532919
The last two work best for me, I can't decide between them though. I know you don't like cropping, but I would have gone for a crop in between. There's a bit too much empty space at the top of #3, and the contrail and moon distract in my opinion (though I presume you zoomed out in this one to capture the moon).
Thanks I do like 4 myself, however looking at 3, with the page partially scrolled up, looks much better with the top 20% cropped off - And yeah, was only shot that wide to get in the moon
joeseph wrote in post #4532951
very cool - are you sure you're not cloning in the skies from Piha?
Don't think I've ever seen that area cloudless...
Cheers Duncan, yeah unlike Piha where the skies look like that everyday, this was a rare ocurrence. But to be honest, not that stunning, very dull sky. Only the 1D and filters managed to make it look not so bad.
p33vve wrote in post #4532983
Nice shots, think I need to head up next week!
Yeah sounds good! Cheers
vulcan2912 wrote in post #4533043
Another nice set.I think I prefer the last one and that's probably because the frame is filled a bit more than on the others.Did you by any chance take a picture of the wheel from that location in portrait format.Just holding a piece of paper as a mask in front of the screen shows that it would be a cracking shot.
Unfortunately I didn't and my tripod mount is broken.. Can only support camera landscape mode. I did do a crop version of the last two pics, and agree they look good
john_s wrote in post #4533300
Last one's my pick of the bunch.
Thanks, glad you like the last also