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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by coldrain, Jan 4, 2007.
2006 turned out to be a very colourful photography year... I can't wait to see what 2007 will bring.
flowers on a lightbox?
If you can call the sun a lightbox, yes. It is a blossoming tree. Red rose..
so you had flowers on glass, and shot the photo from under the glass up to the sky?
Pretty but poisonous...
No, just standing under the tree, looking up and metering on the flowers.
This one was late at night under a highway underpass... and yes, I had had a few to drink.
What a lovely brown colour...
Tried to focus on the water drop... you see mirrored upside down what is behind it.
Sun in front of the camera... making lovely shades of green through the tall grass.
June 21th 2006, 3:08AM
The colours and paterns are real... the blues and whites are sky and clouds reflecting in the water, the black is where there is no reflection and you see the bottom of the water.
I love to play with depth of field.
Very nice coldrain
I'm with you in hopeing that 2007 will be even more colorfull.
Early spring colour..
Same water as above, different angle making different reflections...
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Just curious, is this a bannable offense, and how long is the ban?
I'd venture to guess that the ban is a direct result of Coldrain's behavior in a few threads, which violated several of the stated policies and rules governing these forums and this website.
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Question 2: I don't know how long it would be, since it's never happened.
HDR image of a local factory...
Fifty years ago was colourful, too. Going through an old box of slides in my attic, I discovered this shot my mother took with her Rolleiflex in the Persian Gulf in 1956 (RN Frigate HMS Loch Fyne, for the ship-spotters ):