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  1. #11671
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    I got asked about going shooting after the day job and said why not. Anyway, here's one of the photos.
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  2. #11672
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    love that colour TNB
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  3. #11673
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    You opened her up at last. Nice shot Rooz.
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  4. #11674
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheObiJuan View Post
    In the Navy, engineering rates (jobs) are designated by the name Fireman for an E3.

    All sailors are trained in actual firefighting and basic damage control.
    If a fire breaks out on a ship everyone puts it out.


    Sir Les, LOL.
    I didn't know you were in SC!!!. I'm at the other end of the state but have a lot of friends in Charleston. cool.
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  5. #11675
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    I love that last one, Rooz!!

    Excellent trails, TNB!

    bertbert, both shots look great, but I think I like the color version better.

    I need to take some new pics soon, but for now here is another older HDR (I have a lot of these pics saved on my computer that I just never uploaded). In case you can't tell, that's a dog on the lower left of the frame,but he moved his head around in between the 7 exposures I took, so he came out looking a bit strange:




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  6. #11676
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turo View Post
    I love that last one, Rooz!!

    Excellent trails, TNB!

    bertbert, both shots look great, but I think I like the color version better.

    I need to take some new pics soon, but for now here is another older HDR (I have a lot of these pics saved on my computer that I just never uploaded). In case you can't tell, that's a dog on the lower left of the frame,but he moved his head around in between the 7 exposures I took, so he came out looking a bit strange:




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    I don't know why, but that shot creeps me right out. It looks like one of those fake "ghost videos" where some chode jumps out about 40 seconds into it screaming into a microphone.
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  7. #11677
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    @eddy_dane: "I don't know why, but that shot creeps me right out."

    Perhaps it's the disembodied cross-legged creature you can see just above the dog's head that gives you that 'uncomfortable' feeling.
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  8. #11678
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    ROOZ That looks fantastic.


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  9. #11679
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    haven't posted pics in ages so here's one from yesterday after bringing home the elinchrome Ranger Quadra kit from work!!!

    slick little kit. too bad it doesn't come with stands
    D300 18-200VR Sigma 10-20 SB-800

  10. #11680
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Les View Post
    Perhaps it's the disembodied cross-legged creature you can see just above the dog's head that gives you that 'uncomfortable' feeling.
    Or maybe its the dog itself. After all, it looks like he has eyes on the back of his head! I told him to stand still for a minute, but he wouldn't listen to me.

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