Thank you so much Luna. We are lucky in having some beautiful countryside here, with some twisted mysterious history. Just love it for inspiration and a break from everything,
Thanks again A. yep, such a stunning photo, what camera and lenses do you use? i presume you used a tripod and a long exposure for that shot? do you have a preference in terms of cameras/lens etc? i am looking to buy something soon, ideally a DSLR (if i had the money a Leica but i dont), even a bridge camera. idk,
I have several cameras ( Olympus, Nikon, Canon ). I was a professional photographer for over a decade so have kindof amassed them. If you're going to get a good camera, I would highly, HIGHLY recommend the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II 20.4MP Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Camera. It's compact and reminds me of the old film cameras such as Leica. Many are sold as kits with flash and various lenses. I love my digital ED 12-200mm F3.5-6.3 as well as my portrait lens kit - 45mm f1.8 and ED 75mm f1.8.
While I will periodically use my Nikon and Canon so they don't rust ( lol ) Olympus micro four thirds is the way to go for me. I LOVED it on shoots, particularly on event shoots because it's not heavy, yet the images are gorgeous.
This shot was done with an Olympus OMD and M.Zuiko 100-400 lens then enlarged.