For those of you who read my previous post regarding Photo Library submission, I can confirm I have now had two batches of images accepted. I’m pleased about this but I will have more to say on the subject next week. For now, I wanted to share another of the images. I love the shadows cast by the clouds and other hills in this one as well as the amazing wall.
That’s all for now. Hope you have a great a weekend.
6 thoughts on “Friday Image No. 159”
Thanks, Robin, a lovely image. I’ll be in the Lake District in early February for a landscape photography workshop and I’m sure the mountains in your photo won’t look like that—or will they?
Glad to hear about your acceptance, looking forward to hearing more about that.
Thank you. Have you been to the Lake District before? If not, I’m sure you will love it.
The mountains are very much like this but you might need to get a little height first to get the angle and use a long lens.
I use an Olympus EM5 mk2 and an E-M1mk2 and I submit to libraries and I have never had an image rejected on quality. I used to get images rejected when I was using a Canon 5D3 and 1Dsmk3. I feel the image quality of these smaller sensors with good lenses is exceptional. I think your rejection with micro four thirds was bad luck.
Possibly I was unlucky or the people reviewing my submissions have something against Micro 43 (at the time). The images certainly don’t suffer from the softness claimed in the review. Micro 43 is an excellent format for Stock Travel photography as well as other forms.
Great image, but a strange place to build a wall…
Thanks. And if you think that’s strange, I could do an entire book of even odder walls.