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  1. #15331
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    Thanks......been on a B&W kick for a bit. I might reprocess later and repost.
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  2. #15332
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfa8rva View Post
    And this is why I keep a camera with me all the time. Wasn't out looking for photos, but pulled into someones driveway just at the right time. This barn was in the field next to their house.
    a very special shot. absolutely love it. i would like to see the colour version aswell although am a big fan of this in mono.
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  3. #15333
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    I'm not a big fan of B&W but that shot works well in BW - very dramatic.
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  4. #15334
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    Nice TFA.

    Re the paintball a cheap way is a UV filter on the lens and put the whole cam/lens in a plastic bag with a rubber band to hold it round the lens, just the tip of the lens and UV filter sticking out.
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  5. #15335
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    Photographic fluke bubble lensing - don't think they sell them at B&H
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  6. #15336
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    I liked that one on FB.

  7. #15337
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    Quote Originally Posted by tfa8rva View Post
    And this is why I keep a camera with me all the time. Wasn't out looking for photos, but pulled into someones driveway just at the right time. This barn was in the field next to their house.

    Wow this is stunning!!


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  8. #15338
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    Play dead... now roll over! :P

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    Shutter speed: 1/125 sec
    ISO: 100
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  9. #15339
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    Can you say BZZZZZT!!

    This is a shot of a local transmission tower for the electric utility as it is nearly flooded over. WE have had some very heavy rain lately, 7.49 inches in that last 24 hours. Ground is already saturated and this is the expected result. "Historic' flooding.This tower is normally some 15-18 feet above the water. It is about to get its feet wet. The walkway is atop the floodwall that protects the East bank of the river from flooding the Westernside of he North side of the city.......Got that?
    One of numerous pics taken today.
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  10. #15340
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    S. Saqib Shams-II,

    Very interesting ant photo. Something primal about it seems to work for me.

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