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Great picture, and it also shows that- publishing photos here- there is no problem using f32 (!!!)

 

Vieri- do you see a difference / Problem when you are printing the pictures?

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What a great composition and landscape!

 

If I let my imagination go the bottom two thirds looks like an electron micrograph.

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Fantastic!

 

Thank you very much!

 

Great picture, and it also shows that- publishing photos here- there is no problem using f32 (!!!)

 

Vieri- do you see a difference / Problem when you are printing the pictures?

 

Thank you very much Jörn, glad you enjoyed it

I haven't tried to print this one yet (am now in Le Cinque Terre for my Leica Akademie Italy Workshop) but other images I printed from the 15mm and the SL look just fine.

 

What a great composition and landscape!

 

If I let my imagination go the bottom two thirds looks like an electron micrograph.

 

Thank you very much, glad you liked it

Best,

 

Vieri

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Vieri,

 

dramatic by abstraction in b&w and patterns of ground and clouds - fine work!

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That is one awesome shot. Congratulations.

 

Thank you very much!

 

I've been back to this thread three or four times. It's a fabulous shot that needs to be printed large. Very large...

 

Thank you Mark for your very kind comment, much appreciated indeed

 

 

Bravo Vieri.

A good size print for sure.

 

...

 

Thank you David!

Print is a-coming, as soon as I get back home (about 1.5 months from now...)

 

Vieri,

 

dramatic by abstraction in b&w and patterns of ground and clouds - fine work!

 

 

Thank you very much Iduna, I am glad you enjoyed it

 

Best,

 

Vieri

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This is one of the (maybe the) best photographs I've seen this year. An incredible landscape and sky beautifully captured with wonderfully dramatic results.

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This is one of the (maybe the) best photographs I've seen this year. An incredible landscape and sky beautifully captured with wonderfully dramatic results.

 

 

Dee, thank you very much indeed, I am flattered and honoured by your kind comment, and I am very happy you enjoyed Badwater

Best,

 

Vieri

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