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Self-portrait on the Aonach Eagach with Inversion
© wee jamie, Jan 2011
Camera used: Canon Ixus 105
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Only a hill - 20/Jan/11
Slugain Howff - 21/Jan/11
mr mills - 21/Jan/11
I like this a lot.. :0)
Mita - 21/Jan/11
A bit heavy on the sharpening Jamie but a superb photograph of a wonderful place :-)
Nicholas Livesey - 21/Jan/11
You lucky, lucky bastard....... :)
csw - 22/Jan/11
Yep, maybe a tad sharp. My issue is that I had to get a new camera as my Ixus 70 developed a fault. I went for the Ixus 105 as it has a 28mm lens and more pixels. Unfortunately, the sharpness of pictures is not as good as the old Ixus (different sensor I guess). So rather than add a smidge of sharpness to my shots, I have had to crank it up to get rid of the blurry detail. Not sure what else to do. Maybe there's a compact Canon out there with a better sensor, but how do you find out picture quality before you buy?
wee jamie - 22/Jan/11
Mike Hutton - 23/Jan/11
this one had me suck my breath in ,A REAL STUNNER.guess we are looking at churchdoor butress.i was there with mick noone in 1956,we still correspond, since great memories,,,im still drooling over your shots,,great way to see the hills,cant wait to examine your paintings
balloch jack - 21/Jan/12
48 hours,since i first saw your work,,,and im back drooling over it again,,cant stay away AMAZING PAINTINGS..
balloch jack - 24/Jan/12
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Thanks Jack, I'm planning a big An Teallach painting next - can't wait to start it, but got to get it right in my head first (and in a sketchbook). This one of the Aonach Eagach is a photo. I will paint the Aonach Eagach again, but I'm still working out the best viewpoint.
wee jamie - 24/Jan/12