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Through the bedroom window

Thought it was about time I posted something this year. Didn't go far for this scene though, just out of the back bedroom window!



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You live in a golden land, must be a post Brexit location?
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Nar Beagle you just have to darken the shadows and know where to crop
Rooftops and washing lines below!
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Re: Through the bedroom window

That's a pretty good view to have from your window. I like the one with the birds best.
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Thanks John I like that one best too. The view's ok as I said to Beagle the creative art in this shot is avoiding the not so nice elements.
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Thanks John I like that one best too. The view's ok as I said to Beagle the creative art in this shot is avoiding the not so nice elements.
That holds true for most landscape photography.
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Phil those are lovely and well seen. And the upward movements of the birds make the first quite an uplifting image. Good to see your pictures.
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Cool photos Phill……………….


Early birds...wood pigeons perhaps??
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Cracking photographs - pretty nice way to start the day.
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Re: Through the bedroom window

I like your opening scene, Phill, the birds at daybreak bring it alive.
Now if I had a such an outlook from my bedroom window I'd never need to go anywhere.
I'd set up my camera on a pod, and using a big mounted mirror I'd operate the camera from bed by Wi-Fi.
But then in that situation would it still be a mirrorless camera?
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Re: Through the bedroom window

Thanks guys your comments are much appreciated. Yes I agree the birds make the shot. That was luck really that I was just about using a fast enough shutter speed to freeze them. Yes Mark Pigeons I'd guess from the number we get raiding our bird table. They are a bit of a nuisance really as they frighten off the smaller birds.
I'm definitely feeling a bit of a fraud about the view though now as that really is the best bit of it. Still you've got to make the best of what you've got I guess.
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