Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Gary Alan Box, Aug 2, 2016.
Here are some photos taken with Sony a6000 from recent trip to Iceland.
#4, 5, and 6 are my favs
You got some beauts there, Gary. I'm green with envy!
Beautiful place and great images. On the list of must see destinations. I''m with Roundball. All are nice, but 4, 5 and 6 are standouts to me. I particularly like the colors and light in #5. Great job!
By the way, what lenses did you use?
One of the most photographic places in the world. you did it justice. Nice work Gary.
What everybody else said! Awesome photos of an awesome place, that I'm sure every photographer desires to visit
#5, and #6 are my favorites but also #8 even if its a classic photo/composition from mount Kirkjufell
Each picture is a true pleasure to look at, but #6 (the first B&W one) really stands out for me, beautiful play of light/shadow and composition.
Beautiful! Would love to visit the country one day.
Somehowy favorite is 2. All the others are very nice too. Great shots.
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Yes we were mostly lucky with the weather which was a bonus.
Thanks for the comment. The majority of my landscape images are taken using the 16-70 f4 lens. It's the lens I use the most by far though I do also own the 50mm 1.8, the 70-200 f4, Samyang 12mm f2 and I recently got the 30mm macro second hand to try out.
Thanks. That's the lens I use most also. I don't have the 70-200, but am seriously considering the 70-300. Haven't seen too many people using it on the A6000, though.
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