E-500 pictures in Malta


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shchow

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Today weather is great. Managed to take some pictures.

#1 Frencesco, a new friend of mine. He is a very happy and contended man, a restaurant owner.


#2 a breath taking view of the cliff near the restaurant of Frencesco.


#3 A fisher man who is very happy with the weather and his catch of the day.


Made a mistake here. Not all pictures taken with E-500 + 11~22mm... ;p, so, i've updated this post with more details:
[#1] is taken with
Lens: ZD 15-54mm
Focal Length: 42mm (eqv. 84mm)
ISO: 100
F-stop: F4
Shutter: 1/800

[#2] is taken with
Lens: ZD 11~22mm
Focal Length: 11mm (eqv. 22mm)
ISO: 100
F-stop: F13
Shutter: 1/160

[#3] is take with
Lens: ZD 11~22mm
Focal Length: 11mm (eqv. 22mm)
ISO: 100
F-stop: F4
Shutter: 1/800

~ SH ~
 

nightpiper

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beautiful bro!! :thumbsup: make me want to go there also.... DDDRRROOOOLLLL...~!

looks like the E500 has pretty good DR. ;)

KEEP THEM COMING!! :lovegrin:
 

tao

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Beautiful shots... In use, I have come to realise that other than landscapes and architecture, the 11-22mm is also excellent for 'larger than life' portraiture and even closeups.
 

Benng

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Nice shots. :thumbsup: Simply breathtaking..... Thanks for sharing.
 

shchow

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thanks guys for all your supports.... i'll continue learning and improving my photos, and continue to take more good photos...

I'm still learning on how to make a picture with good composition... although i kept running through my minds on the "rule of 1/3".... but, very often, can't capture the feeling that i want to...

and infact, the two nice portraits (francesco and the fisherman) are actually spontaneous shots.... and that turns out nicer than I expect. :) May be, the secret of great photography is to keep trying, don't think too much... :bsmilie:

anyway, enjoy, and will keep posting more pictures... and your critiques are most welcome.
 

Hacker

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shchow said:
anyway, enjoy, and will keep posting more pictures... and your critiques are most welcome.
With lots of practice, it will be second nature. BTW, you got 2 of the best lenses around. Small and portable.
 

raymond10

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I agree. 2 of the best lenses around. Nice shots. I like number 1 and 2.
 

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