My recent acquisition of a couple of photo manipulating software packages, led to some digging up in my archives in order to check if and what could be done better than with Canon's Digital Photo Professional I have been using up to now. Nevertheless, this would be a long discussion.
But this digging, brought up some older photos shot with a Canon EOS 400D and kit lens during a hike up on the Pindus mountain range on the way to Metsovo, Epirus, Greece. No matter how old, they succeeded exercising a positive influence to my mood compared to looking out of the window into a dark, dull, rainy day. So I decided to share as today is the first calendar day of spring.
Have a nice month everybody, Spring is coming!
|Sometimes lens flare when shooting against the sun refracts the sun rays in small rainbows.|
Camera: Canon EOS 400D
Lens: Canon EF 18-55 IS, Focal Length: 28mm (44.8mm)
ISO: 200, Exposure: 1/160 sec, Aperture: 9.0
Mountains as far as the eye can see...Camera: Canon EOS 400D
Lens: Canon EF 18-55 IS, Focal Length: 24mm (38.4mm)
ISO: 200, Exposure: 1/250 sec, Aperture: 10.0
|Camera: Canon EOS 400D|
Lens: Canon EF 18-55 IS, Focal Length: 55mm (88mm)
ISO: 200, Exposure: 1/200 sec, Aperture: 10.0
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