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  1. #5511
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    Quote Originally Posted by btuner View Post
    a cold one on the tracks.

    Did you leg it off the tracks as soon as the vibrations on the rail toppled the can?

    Lovely composition. Your photos show massive creativity. Good job.
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  2. #5512
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    Quote Originally Posted by XaiLo View Post
    Decent flowers around here are rare since the drought hit... I managed to find a bud sorry it's not a light. lol
    thats a quality shot Xailo. Love the purple outline on the leaf and the colour in the flower.
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  3. #5513
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Returned yesterday from a camping trip to Green River Lakes, Wyoming. The unusual mountain in the pic is called "Squaretop Mountain." The cabins below are called the Osborn Homestead. It was an awesome trip, I'll probably have one or two other pics to post.

    The man on the right is my husband, the man on the left is our friend. I kind of wish they weren't in the shot, but I don't want to be a photo snob all the time and I can always clone them out I guess

    1/80, 46mm, f/11, ISO 200
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    C&C appreciated as always
    edit: replaced with a version without the cyan tinge to the sky.
    Hi Tori

    I just saw this. I really like both the composition and lighting/exposure.
    It's interesting compositionally because of the beautiful sense of depth you've captured: the open foreground elements, the mid-ground cabins & tree-lines, the interesting lines throughout diagonally crossing the photo, the mountains and dramatic clouded sky forming a striking backdrop, all combine to create depth, interest and beauty.
    It looks good with, & probably would look equally good without, the people in shot. I don't mind the people though, because I think they help give a sense of scale and add to the story-telling quality of the picture.

    I cann't see any technical flaws nor can I suggest any pp that may add positively to the photo as is.

    Beautiful shot! Glad you had a good holiday and I look forward to seeing more from the series.

    regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjmdrumz3 View Post
    A shot of a golfer at the range here in Oklahoma. He said it was cool to shoot him so long as I emailed him the pics or put em on CD for him. Shot 70-80 pics and have 3 or 4 I really like. Just wish I had photoshop so I could get rid of that ugly blue nylon rope!
    Good shot! Have you tried The Gimp or Bibble?
    The Gimp is freeware and Bibble is shareware, downloadable off the 'net.
    Jeff has links to both in the "Links" tab.

    cheers,

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  5. #5515
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    never say never i suppose. but it certainly wouldnt be my first choice of jobs. cw has got it made. he makes his dosh by shooting weddings and then gets to shoot motorsports ! prick.
    with a shitload of stuff in between too huh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamin2007 View Post
    Bibble is shareware
    You pay for Bibble.

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  8. #5518
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    Quote Originally Posted by XaiLo View Post
    delobbo & Visual Reality, How would either or both of you classify this image?


    hahaha, well done, that's quite " quaint" I was talking about the comment!

  9. #5519
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    yeah its a beautiful animal. the guy told me they can get speeds of up to 350kph. i find that hard to believe but they sure are frikkin fast.
    Have done 300kph on Suzuki GSXR1000 on road, very scary!!!! It is a
    different outlook for the need!

  10. #5520
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Beautiful Btuner. I'm sure going to copy that one
    What made you think of the can?
    What apperture did you find worked best, does it look better with a pinhole AP or a bit shallower DOF?
    Thanks! yeah the can was just sitting close to the tracks(which are not in service anymore) so i just picked it up and set it on the rail lol. and it says i used f/9 but it looks alot shallower than that. I shot that on P so i didnt have to mess with the settings.


    Quote Originally Posted by herc182 View Post
    Did you leg it off the tracks as soon as the vibrations on the rail toppled the can?

    Lovely composition. Your photos show massive creativity. Good job.
    Thank you very much! the tracks arnt in operation anymore so no trains to worry about
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