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|Description ||Site in Svendborg (Fyn South Langeland) Denmark.|
|holger rix |
| Arne, judging from this foto, I assume you do any picture free standing?|
How about using a tripod ?? You will not regret it. Just a thought!
| Yes, you're right, but then again I'm also using a small and relative cheap electronic 12 MP camera, as well as I'm using a relative low resolution picture size.|
Here at wintertime the exposure time probably are too long causing my pictures to be less sharp because there will be some slight movements present - but is the lesser sharpness too much of a problem ?
Using the camera on free hand has advantages too to me, because I sometimes like shooting at angles that are not practical with a tripod.
In this case my shadow in the picture was on purpose ;) Allowing modern windmills in the pictures together with the ancient dolmens are on purpose too - too me they both represents "high tech" of different ages ;)
I'm using public transportation, and/or my bicycle and/or walking. I don't have a car, so whatever I bring with me must fit into my pockets.
|holger rix |
| Well, if you don't have a car, I understand.|
My current 'tripod' is pretty heavy, but it has a ball head that allows all angles and it can be elevated to 4m.
But there are very cheap, lightweight and low cost tripods.
The point is, most likely you will not come back to the megalith, esp. not in the same weather and / or light condition and season.
Look at this super nice dolmen, and the bright blue sky.
In five years you own a turbo-superfullHD tv and computer screen,
and kick yourself in the a** for having been lazy in those days.
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