Photographs from your BA travels

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Old Dec 27, 12, 5:26 am
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Photographs from your BA travels

As some will know from my derailing of Top 10 irritations for crew, I am a keen photographer and because my work takes me around the world, I always drag at least 1, sometimes 3 cameras plus lots of lenses with me.

What about your travels? Take many photographs? I know that some of you are as i know there is at least one D800 owner here

Here are a few of mine:


From Tokyo:


Tokyo-at-night by itsmeitisss, on Flickr


ginza-3 by itsmeitisss, on Flickr

From Copenhagen:


Copenhagen-Nyhavn by itsmeitisss, on Flickr


nyhavn-3 by itsmeitisss, on Flickr


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Am flying to Taipei this evening via Hong Kong so may get some interesting photos.....

Let's see some of yours!

Edited to add, please keep your longest side down to a maximum of 1024 pixels as otherwise it throws out the width of the forum and if someone is using a mobile device they will use lots of data. Thank You
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Old Dec 27, 12, 5:51 am
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Taken with a Nikon D800E and Nikon 24-70 f2.8 on my current trip Thailand and Vietnam


Marble Temple-1 by johnaalex, on Flickr


Marble Temple-4 by johnaalex, on Flickr


Wat Mangkon Kamalawat-4 by johnaalex, on Flickr


Wat Mangkon Kamalawat-5 by johnaalex, on Flickr
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I used to take loads of photographs but I was put off somewhat when someone reviewed my photos and said my efforts didnt have enough tonal variation and content!, I have posted on the Travel photography on occasion.
I traded down from a Nikon bridge camera to a Panasonic because of the purple edges at extreme zoom and dont usually take a camera on holiday anymore.
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I used to take loads of photographs but I was put off somewhat when someone reviewed my photos and said my efforts didnt have enough tonal variation and content!, I have posted on the Travel photography on occasion.
I traded down from a Nikon bridge camera to a Panasonic because of the purple edges at extreme zoom and dont usually take a camera on holiday anymore.
Well the intention of this thread isn't for criticism, just to share There are plenty of websites for constructive criticism.

The purple fringing you're talking about is called chromatic abberation and is generally easily adjusted in post processing software either in an automatic fashion on certain software or by reducing the saturation of the blue channel. CA is very common in superzooms as it is created by the amount of elements in the lens.

Here's another one of mine this time from Sydney nearly 2 years ago:


Sydney-Harbour-Bridge by itsmeitisss, on Flickr
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Here is a picture that I edited just before I left SYD this year .

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Last edited by Prospero; Dec 27, 12 at 8:57 am Reason: Please repost smaller image that avoids the need for horizontal scrolling. Thanks. Oh! Great image BTW
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Old Dec 27, 12, 8:28 am
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Here are a few recent ones from me (all taken on a Canon 450d)


Las Vegas by travellingblade, on Flickr


Marrakech by travellingblade, on Flickr

And a bit closer to home...


London by travellingblade, on Flickr
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Here is a picture that I edited just before I left SYD this year .
You'll need to edit it a bit more angeloedades....it's far too wide for my screen.
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If you keep it to 1024 on the longest length it will be large enough to see well and will fit in nicely
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Good thread...I hope it's allowed to stay.

I'm not at home at the moment but shall contribute some of my snaps later.
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I take photos but am not a photographer.

One of the ones that I am pleased with shows the amount of light in a 777 CW cabin at night time.

It may not be the technically best photo in the world but I like it!



I also like the one of the CW and WT+ carpets!

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Winter in Jersey. Same cheap camera!

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Old Dec 27, 12, 10:22 am
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I also like the one of the CW and WT+ carpets!

Is that carpet on the right full of speckles or is it just camera noise?
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Most of these were taken with a Canon 5D MkII


Panama street art by nigelrturner, on Flickr




Park Hyatt Sydney - View from Floor 4 by nigelrturner, on Flickr

View from Park Hyatt


End of the Day Tower by nigelrturner, on Flickr




Tasmanian Devil pup by nigelrturner, on Flickr




Early morning rower by nigelrturner, on Flickr

Melbourne



Red Panda, Helsinki Zoo EXPLORED by nigelrturner, on Flickr




There be Dragons! by nigelrturner, on Flickr

Seen at Seven Mile Bridge, Florida

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As I live in the regions BA take me to London


DSCF0189 London Eye by tpneillX, on Flickr


DSCF2739 Drive-By Sightseeing by tpneillX, on Flickr

Also a few trips to Japan on BA in recent years:


DSC02330 by tpneillX, on Flickr


IMG_9159 Enoshima Mist by tpneillX, on Flickr
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Old Dec 27, 12, 3:25 pm
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These photos are wonderful. I am going to subscribe to the thread and will look forward to seeing more. Thanks for sharing your photos!
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