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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Phrasikleia, Jun 30, 2010.
Gently Out to Sea
Thanks all for the responses.
As promised here is another from that shoot. A few adjustments in Camera RAW, cloned out a few noise specs, cloned in a few more of the (star)trails, and just a slight crop. I'm quite pleased with this one.
C & C would be greatly appreciated on this one.
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Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Focal Length: 18 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Nice! Our local fireworks were nice, but nothing like the big cities. Here is mine for today. Yesterday, one of the soccer players wore a Canada bandana in honour of Canada Day.
I got a new travel camera last week. It's a Pansonic tz10, replacing the old Rollei 35...
This image is the very first long distance shot. Taken with zoom and auto (iA) in Norway at the midsummer bonfire "Slinningsbålet". The bonfire is manually build by young people and it was an amazing event. I also uploaded a short video to youtube with more shots/video if anyone is interested in seeing the thing burn and fall http://bit.ly/a3QO3c
Another shot with my new lens. On the Pacific Lutheran University campus.
EXIF Summary: 1/400s f/8.0 ISO100 100mm 2.8 macro aka The Unforgiving Servant
very interesting shot. my eye wants to look straight down that tunnel.
Love the Indo-Scottish sponsor for the Green team...
Another academic year gone , now I get to play around !!
5d mk2 , 100 2.8w/ 2x extender , iso 800 , f22@1/200 , AV , 430 EX flash
Please see the first post. Use on your image quotes.
Very interesting place to have a bonfire... it looks like it's made from wooden pallets. I'd be really afraid of climbing that thing to the top, no doubt. But all in all, a really neat shot. I'd like it even more if the tower wasn't centered so perfectly
Camera Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Exposure 0.01 sec (1/100)
Focal Length 30 mm
ISO Speed 100
Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
Exposure: 0.25 sec (1/4)
Focal Length: 50 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Opened up a few 99p disposable cameras purely to see what film was in them. The coincidence of getting red, yellow, green and blue was not planned in the slightest. Have an idea to build a photo frame around these. Soon.
There's a B&W version of this shot too here, but didn't feel it gave the canisters colour justice.
What a beautiful building. What is the name of it, I'd like to look that up?
Norway! I thought the photo was impressive, but then I watched your video. Wow. What did you use to shoot the video? I have to say, it looks dangerous with all those people up there...
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Thanks Dale! This was one of the streets I was lost on in Kobe, Japan. haha
Big Basin, California
Yes, a lot of wooden pallets I'm not sure how they get hands on so many every year.
I did take a few more shots - not centered, but they were even less sharp and without the fog (is that the right word? Mist?). I did not process the image, but will try to crop it. Thanks for that info.
Used my new little tz10 for images and video. It's a pocketcamera with more zoom (up to 16x). Just handheld and point/shoot on auto.
I'm not from Norway, but happened to be in the area. I was told that it has been a tradition for many years for the local kids (14-19 years old!) It looks dangerous, but it must be a great place to grow up.
Thanks a lot for the replies.