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Niels G Nielsen
Jeg har set nogle af dine fantastiske fotos med Samyang 14mm men når jeg prøver 2 meter, 3 meter på f: 5.6 - F:8 uendlig får jeg sløret pict. Har du nogen ide om hvad jeg gør galt Købte glsaaet næster nyt (efter at have set dine billeder).
På forhånd tak.
Med venlig hilsen Niels.
You have some of the most beautiful landscapes I have ever seen, and thats coming from a landscape photographer myself. Excellent work.
My name is Harriet Feagin. Currently I am a teacher so I cannot participate in 2011 but would love to have my name on the list for 2012. I live in the USA in Texas and my dream has always been to see Europe. Your photos are lovely and I would very much like to know more about your workshops. I have a friend who may also be interested. Thanks,
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp
Happy new year Hans. And may you have Many Many more. Great photo work. Keep up the great job :o)
Lovely depiction of the american west. loved it
your galleries are beautiful, a feast for the eyes !
Hi Hans, I am very pleased to have come across your wonderful galleries. Your work is very beautiful and presented perfectly. Well done.
Hello Hans, it has been a pleasure to visit again your galleries.
You really know how to do it.
Great job and very inspiring.
You have a fantastic collection of images! I'll have to come back to finish looking at them!
Mi sembra di intuire che capisci l'italiano e così' ti scrivo: bella galleria sul Peru', ottime immagini , ben composte e varieta' di soggetti. Complimenti, un saluto.
My husband and I are on our way to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, our 5th trip there! We love photography and wildlife. Congratulations on your excellent photos. We know how difficult it is to get these perfect shots. They are very inspiring.
Marie Bragg SOUTH AFRICA
Exellent Galleries with a very high quality,you catched these beautiful lights in the right minute.
Thanks for sharing,Rüdiger
You are so talented, such beautiful photos.
I now have the 24-70mm L and the 24-105mm L lens and I am looking to add another lens to my collection. What do you think of the Canon 17-40mm F4.0 L or the Canon EF 16-35mm f-2.8L II ? which one do you like better?
Thanks for your tip of Jægersborg, it was a great time there!
I enjoy viewing your galleries so much! You really see the lights!
Your gallery caught my eye, what amazing photos, especially the wildlife.
I love your work. Great stuff!
The pictures and scenes taken by you are just amazing. I have bookmarked your website and would be looking at the images whenever I need to renew myself.
Hi har et dine artukler om Adobe Lightroom 1.3.1 hvor finder jeg det billigst på nettet det svinger noget i butikkerne?
I`m very impressed.
Thanks for the comments.
I saw that you've travelled through Ladakh too. That was one of my most impressive journeys (perhaps you've already seen my Ladakh gallery)...
And I also saw your Peru-gallery... In may this year I'm going to travel through Peru, Bolivia en Chili too... so your gallery will be an inspiration for that journey!..
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
I'm jealous of how good you are.
You have some great pictures in your galleries. Excellent stuff and congrats.
Outstanding locations + Impressive Canon gear = Stunning images!
Very nice site.
Maybe our roads will cross again?
Your photos of Autumn have found me at a point in my life that longs for this time of year,my favorite time. These are the images that I have in my mind when dreaming of Autumn.
Thank you so much
I really like your photos. I started by looking at some of your San Francisco photos, moved on to glance through India and Hong Kong. I've added you to my favorite artist list so I can come back to check out the rest of your photos when I have more time. Very nice work. You really have a few really great photos in each gallery that are way beyond what most people get. Nicely done!
IICAS of UCSD
I was searching throughout the net for pictures of the world and came across your picture of the Hindu monks(pbase # 27776676). Im working on a site for a dept. called the Institute for International, Comparative, and Area Studies of the University of California, San Diego
We really like your picture and ask for your permission to use it on our home page. I will give you recognition for the picture.
Hope to hear from you very soon. Take care.
Jonathan Holborn, IICAS webmaster.
could you please conatct me
thanks in advance
Yes, as you notice most are shot with the 24-70mm, which I actually bought in Hong Kong. It's a great lens and I would recommend the 70-200 f/4 L as well. With the two you are well covered in my view. I also have a wider lens, the Sigma 15-30mm, which I use much less and typically at 15mm. I did use this lens i Hong Kong also in street situations and I also use it for landscape now and then. If you want a wider lens then I would recommend the Canon 17-40mm as a better choice than the Sigma.
Nice pictures in your Hong Kong gallery. I am going to visit Hong Kong in summer 2005. I hope I can get some advices on which lens to buy and bring. I only have one lens so far with my Canon 10D. I would like to buy and bring another lens with me but want to keep it to minimal. Do you recommend a wide angle lens like 17-40L4 or a tele lens like 70-200L4 and 70-300 DO/IS? I know your Hong Kong pictures are mostly shot with 24-70. I wonder if the reason is that 24mm is wide enough? I am also scared about 10D not being fast enough for low light shots. Any thoughts on that? Are your pictures shot handheld?
Many thanks for your comments.
Hans Kruse, Copenhagen, Denmark
I just want to say how absolutely stunning your pictures are. Your camera skill and ability to spot a good picture is excellent.
Russell Wykes, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK
Tak for synet af de fine billeder, Hans.
Mine favoritter er solnedgangsbillederne. Solnedgange kan give fantastiske effekter.
Men jeg har et spørgsmål vedr. noget du skrev i en nyhedsgruppe om Minolta Dimage dual IV:
Skal billederne tages ud af monteringen (2 lag glas og papirramme)? Eller er apparatets dybdeskarphed så stor, at billedkrumningen i rammen ikke kommer til at betyde noget?
With the 10D I only use Canon's L-series lense, except for the wide angle zoom which is a Sigma 15-30mm DG EX. The mountain pictures were all taken with the 70-200mm f/4 L lens. That is the prerequisite for clarity to have a good lens and this is as good as it gets.
Secondly I used a tripod, f/16 and ISO 100. This gives good depth of field essential to this type of scene. The tripod and ISO 100 is essential also to give absolute best sharpness.
Thirdly I shoot only in RAW format and the use Capture One DSLR SE from Phase One for RAW conversion and picture adjustment. This includes the final USM filter for sharpness.
Except being lucky about where I am at a particular moment in time and can spend the needed time to wait for the right moment, there is really no more to it, I guess.
Many thanks for question and kind comments on my pictures.
Thank you for some really wonderful pictures in your PBase galleries and the latest stunning pictures from the Himalayas on Fred Miranda's forums. Every picture seems just right - something achieved only after years of experience or, in my case, only very rarely!
I also use a Canon EOS 10D and would love to know a little more about your processing techniques please. I need help and your results lead me to believe you could teach me a great deal if only you could spare a little time to initiate me in the mysteries!
Again, sincere congratulations on a wonderful collection and thanks for sharing your vision with us all.
I have just looked at your galleries and I must say that you realy have an eye for capturing beautiful images.I was trying to decide wich camera to buy next and after seeing the beautiful shots from the 10D my choice is clear.The 10D is the camera for me.Now if I could only capture the beauty in my pictures as you do then all would be complete.Thank you for showing your work for all to see and for showing the beauty in places that I can only dream of visiting.....Thank you once more...Mike