Flickr Explore

Over the past year I have had a number of images featured on flickr Explore. My record is having three photos featured on a single day (22nd July 2011).

Making flickr Explore is quite flattering and it is always the images you least expect manage to make it. What I have found interesting is that the 50mm lens makes up the majority of the photos listed. Here are my flickr explored photos as of July 2011. Click on a image to view it large on flickr.

Watching the Storm

50mm Lens set at f2.5
Watching the Storm

Portrush Street

50mm set at f1.8
Portrush Streets

Sundown

50mm set at f1.4
Sundown

Stranded Boat

EF17-40mm set at 17mm and f4
Stranded Boat

Shell Hunters

50mm set at f3.5
The Shell Hunter

The Mini Waterfall

EF17-40 at 40mm and f22
Mini Water Fall

Water Fall Guinness Time

EF17-40 at 40mm and f22
Water Fall Guinness Time

Enchanted Forest

EF17-40 at 40mm f4
Enchanted Forest

Snow covered Hillsborough

50mm at f14
Snow Covered Hillsborough Parish Church

Fireworks

EF24-70 set at 48mm and f2.8
Fireworks

Church

EF24-70 set at 24mm and f4.0
Church

The Chase

EF24-70 at 34mm and f2.8
The Chase

Someone of you will be wondering if the 50mm was used on a full frame or cropped sensor and to be honest the photos featured are a mix of both sensors.

I have to confess I was tempted to sell my 50mm lens but given my flickr explore experiences and how it performed at a recent wedding I attended it appears good enough to be the lens I leave on the camera at all times.

I will keep the flickr set up to date with my flickr explore successes.



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David

David is a documentary and landscape photographer covering everything from dramatic long exposure landscape photography through to live music. David is a former Official Fujifilm X Photographer.

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