Great work Surapon, particularly the two most recently posted shots with the foreground objects. I know you were very challenged for time, so I'm sure you must be happy with the results. Which lens did you end up using the most?
Adam, congratulations on your position and not to downplay your talent, but that lightning photo shows off the advantage of having the time to plan and wait for the perfect shot! The shot is really incredible and I've been in storms like that on some Fourteeners in the Rockies, so I understand the comments about your shorts! I've had the hair raised and felt the tingle, but haven't seen St. Elmo's Fire, so I guess that makes me lucky and stupid. I'll definitely have to check out the rest of your work!
Thanks you, Sir Dear My Teacher, Mr. mackguyver.
These Photos, Just Point and Shoot, Hand Held, No time to set up the Big Tripods, Because of 5-8 Minutes per Location, Rush, Rush, and Rush per the Tour guide.
Yes, Sir, My 98% Lens that use in this Trip = Canon TS-E 24 mm F/ 3.5 L II with B+W Cir. PL. Filter.
Have a great day, Sir.