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10 thoughts on “Seascapes by Lea Tippett”

  1. Beautiful set Lea – I saw some of these on dpreview – they really do look more like good film shots than I’ve seen from other digital cameras. I think it’s the skies that really look different – of course it’s you that controls the camera though!

  2. Thanks to all you kind people for the nice comments and most of all for Bob posting my images.
    He has done such a wonderful job producing this site and i am very grateful in the opportunity he has given me to post some of my Seascapes.
    Keep up the good work Bob, the site is a credit to everything Sigma.

    Kind regards Lea.

  3. You are most welcome Lea! And I am very happy to see you got such good response here, it’s well deserved!

  4. Beautiful shots! I have a quick question. I also like seascapes/landscape photography. I’m debating between Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 and Sigma 8-16mm. Which would be more ideal for landscapes/seascapes?

    Thanks for sharing your pictures! Absolutely beautiful pictures!!!! 🙂


  5. Hi Neil,
    Well i have the 8-16mm Lens and it’s a cracking lens and is very sharp with very good contrast.
    My only complaint i have with the 8-16mm is the lack of being able to use ND filters with the lens.
    As for the 10-20mm f4-5.6 i really have not used this lens before although i would like to. I know from friends that do own this lens that it is a good lens and is very popular with Landscape users. My favourite lens for my Landscapes is the Sigma 15-30EX and although it is quite an old lens it is remarkably sharp and very rarely disappoints.
    You can also use most filters if you wish to do so with both the 10-20mm and the 15-30EX if you can find one.
    Hope this is some kind of help Neil.

    Kind regards Lea.

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