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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by adamvk, Apr 16, 2010.
I took a series of photos of my Macbook Pro, and here are the results:
Good job I like your use of depth of field in the first two pictures.
Macbook Pro is the best laptop of the world from the industrial design point of view. its shape, its indicators, its keys and trackpad are simply a conjunction of beauty and functionality. Its aspect is simply flawless.
By the way, I really like how your pictures enlighten that
Great pics, just tweeted them ha. How old is your MBP? Its pristine.
Those are fantastic shots. You did a great job.
I bought it January 9, 2009. I always try to keep very good care of my electronics. I actually do have a dent above the keyboard, and a bunch of scratches on the bottom of the MBP, you just can't see that in these pictures.
Thanks! I try.
Ah, well you did a great job at making it look brand new ha. I have a love hate relationship with cases, I always end up going naked though.
Ya me too. Cases always just make thinks look so much worse.
@OP: I like your keyboard shot. It has the mix elements of the wallpaper and aluminum. Nice.
The edges look so sharp lol Nice macro shots.
You know what would be cool? A nice mix of nature + macbook pro. It may sound tricky on doing this without damaging it, but it's definitely possible. (sitting on a deck overviewing trees or on a pier or something).
That'd be neat..
Nice shots, last one isn't a Macbook Pro though
Those are nice.
Haven't you heard? It's the new Macbook Pro Mini.
those pics are sick man
So you've discovered (limiting the) depth of field?
And I LOVE the sticker on the front.
OP, nice job. My favorite two are the first one and the power button one.
Here's some limited DOF for ya...
Hope you don't mind my addition!
God... you guys make me want to buy a DSLR...
Too bad it's expensive.
Haha, but its totally worth it.
You guys make me want to buy a macro lens.
You should check out the Raynox 150 and/or 250.
It's a macro converter lens that clips onto your lenses. I used the 150 on a old manual 50mm f/1.4 that cost $50 to take the photos above.
The Raynox 150 is only ~$40 and the 250 is ~$60. Miles cheaper than a macro lens!
These pics are great man! I can't wait to get one this summer!