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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by techie4life, May 31, 2009.
(Any guesses on what it is?)
You've stumped me! What is it?
Another panorama from a hike I recently went on.
Click for a bigger view.
Hehe, thank goodness there is an active forum poster from Asia here (reff: me)
I know what it is, I'm not sure what's called in the US or Brit, but here in Malaysia, it is known as Kuih, you can call it dessert cause we usually eat kuih after the main meal.
Now the upper left (round round looking) is what we call Donut, not sure if it's the same as the US ones, the rightmost one, I forgot what's it called but it's very sweet The rest I'm not that familiar cause I only eat a few type of kuih .
Where did you take the photo techie4life?
Be the bee...
Nine Inch Nails @ Charter One Pavilion 5/29/09
Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8
focal length: 45mm
Great expression... like he's caught himself in his zipper...
Love the textures and colours... I can almost taste them...
Big boats say "Look at me", but little boats are more fun...
Great start to the month, guys!
Here's my submission from a walk through University of Guelph Arboretum yesterday.
Nice shot. I would much rather have the big boat any time.
This makes me wonder if the Sigma 24-70 HSM with very similar MTF charts and seemingly similar performance (as in I don't see enough difference to warrant the $1000 price difference) can perform in this capacity. What a great shot.
d700 w/17-35 handheld 3200 iso.
Done with a d100
Thanks! Check out http://www.imposemagazine.com/nine-inch-nails-at-charter-one-pavilion-chicago-il/18203/ to see more shots from the concert.
Honestly, I owe the fact that the shots are (for the most part) appropriately-framed, well exposed, in focus, and with decent white balance, to the advice of people in this forum. Though I stupidly neglected (partially due to NIN's all-cameras-welcome policy to fans) to take a wide angle shot. Oh well.
Some great closeups of the performances there. Do you have any of when they have their "video curtain" down in front of the band? I found that part of the concert amazing when they were here in Detroit last year.
Very close wheelhot, these are Thai desserts! I'm not sure of the names of all of them, but I'm sure you're spot on! Thanks everyone else for the comments!
Cracking shot, really well captured.
Brilliant timed, I think he needs to relax a wee bit more... maybe release an album of nursery rhymes or something
They're impressive. Really.
Not bad for a obsolete camera. (if you read DP forums you'll find that funny)
Am Gonna Git You !!!!
A little macro shot to start off June
Camera: Pentax K10D
Exposure: 0.013 sec (1/80)
Focal Length: 90 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Whoa! That is cool.
A little boring but this was from my seaplane training just the other day.