Alteknacker wrote:Seriously: do you have a high quality camera, as the quality of the pix suggests; or is it something more basic? (mine's a Canon Powershot A810) - about as basic as it gets!
I have more than one camera I use - the smaller and lighter on one is a Canon 100D and the one I had on Beinn Eighe is a Canon 6D and I generally use a 24-70mm lens. (This is the combo that went careering down the slopes of Belig - the lens was a write off but the camera was virtually unharmed except for a few knocks). But I think the main thing that affects photos is that I shoot RAW and then develop the photos using Lightroom. If you shoot JPEGs the camera does the processing internally and then you don't have as much flexibility to reproduce what you saw. However, there is a penalty for using a DSLR - my camera bag weighs 2kg
dogplodder wrote:All your photos are good and Beinn Eighe is a stunning mountain but the one I like the best is the one you took on the way home!
Thanks - that was luck as the light was just amazing in the evening.