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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Grimace, Feb 29, 2008.
Please limit the number of photos to one per day!
w00t! This is always fun...
Shutter: 5 sec. // Aperture: f/9.1 // Focal Length: 17 mm // ISO 100
*not HDR - although I love HDR'ing whatever I can, it wouldn't really work with this shot because of the darkness within the clock tower to the left of the photo.
Here's to another month of great photos from everyone here.
Sweet! Here's to another excellent month of exceptional photos!
"The light at the end of the tunnel..."
Abandon train tunnel, 15 miles north of Worcester, MA:
Click the above image for EXIF.
You reckon this photo was worth getting yelled at? Yelled at in a weird way though, not threatening. More of a "HAVE A GOOD DAY!"....which I reckon is scarier coming from this guy.
Very nice! ^^
Great shot, Plymouthbreezer. Wonderful convergence.
Here is some fungus:
Pentax K100D, 55mm, F2 or so
Canon EOS-1D Mark II N
70-200 @ 200mm
Thanks, Valdore, for keeping the thread going! The potd is my favorite spot to check right after I check the boardwalk cam!
More firing lefts at the Sebastian inlet, January 2008.
L1 + ZD 70-300mm in the rain.
1/800 sec @ f/8, probably ISO 250
most enjoyable ...
they are all fantastic-- i love this thread!
First POTD posting. Cold day, still have all 10 fingers
Underground in Seattle
Nikkor 35mm f/2
Focal Length 300mm
I pretty much missed out all of February's thread. Hopefully I'll stay on track with this one!
Well, you've come back with a bang. Fantastic picture.
Nice picture. tells a story. But am I mistaken or have you posted it before?
Very Nice! Do you have a larger version?
One handheld RAW // HDR // Shutter: 1/80 // Aperture: f/16 // Focal Length: 17 mm // ISO 100
Great mix of colours on that sunset, love it.
Oh and Valdore, no need to say it really, but fantastic HDR picture as usual.
I sure do. What resolution you looking for?
Your username is fantastic. Thanks for the compliment, too.
And yes, Valdore, great HDR
Something along the lines of 1440x900?
That is a very good question. I quite possibly could have since I was thinking the same thing when I posted it. Here's a newer one then.