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  1. #4341
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    Quote Originally Posted by T06 View Post
    dpr, mate great pic & capture, btuner very nice mate, very very nice. I love Mustangs.
    Heres a pic of mine & how i feel about the forum of late, a lot of shite to sort through lately to get to the good stuff.
    hehehe classic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Nice shots everyone.
    Rooz, I love the spider shot. The composition is excellent and I really like the smooth background. I think I might like it a bit more with the whole spider in focus, although the selective focus also works great here.
    Pirate, nice shot. Great timing.
    Turo, great shot. Love the colours and DOF.

    It's been a while since my last post on these forums. I have been really busy with my study the last couple of weeks. Also, I had very little inspiration and the weather was bad, so I took hardly any photographs the last two months.

    Anyway, today the weather was pretty good, so I decided to take some pictures of the sunset. Here are three pictures I took today:

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    This image was taken after the sunset. The clouds started to light up orange because of light pollution, while the clouds a bit higher were brigher and whiter. I thought it looked pretty interesting. This was a long exposure, 30 seconds, taken at f/8 with the Sigma 10-20.

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    This image was taken with the 17-70 at f/7.1 and 55mm.

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    This picture was taken with the flash. I set the exposure to get the best exposure of the sky and let the flash fill in the foreground. This one was also with the 17-70.

    Hope y'all like the pictures.
    your landscapes are amazing mate, i really like the first one!
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  3. #4343
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    Turo, didn't know you were a Bulldog fan... good capture

    Prospero, looks like you made up for lost time... very cool and dramatic set.
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  4. #4344
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    I concur, great shots there Prospero! Beautiful colours and great composition.

    I spent a lazy Easter weekend near the beach, and thought I'd play around with some filters while there.
    Did some heavy grad and warming filter stacking, originally trying to emulate that 70's film burnt-orange look, but in the end just decided to go 'arty' with it.

    I guess my favourites are:



    and



    If interested, the set is here.

    There's always time to get arty in my opinion!

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    prospero, great landscape images, one of the best i have seen. #1 & 2 are my favorites, but #1 is a real winner here. btw, is #2 also long exposure?

    btw, flash fill in #3 works superb, i have to try this myself next time. did you use external flash for this?

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    Thanks a lot for the comments, Kev, Ssil, Xailo and P.du.V. I'm glad you like the pictures.

    P.du.v, fantastic shots. I really like the use of filters here. Very well done.

    Gintares, #2 was a pretty short exposure, in the order of 1/50s. I handheld that one. I used an external flash in the third picture (mounted on the camera).
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    PduV, I would call #1 image: “Martian vacation" - a surreal voyage. I like them both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p.du.v View Post
    I concur, great shots there Prospero! Beautiful colours and great composition.


    If interested, the set is here.

    There's always time to get arty in my opinion!
    outstanding shots and a great set. wow.

    denis, about time you posted some more, aldor has been kicking your ass lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XaiLo View Post
    Turo, didn't know you were a Bulldog fan... good capture
    I am by default (ie., my girlfriend is from GA and was a Bulldog)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    outstanding shots and a great set. wow.

    denis, about time you posted some more, aldor has been kicking your ass lately.
    LOL, I can't let that happen, will post some more right away

    Here's a HDR I took yesterday, I already posted it in the landscape thread, but for those who don't read that part of the forum I'll post it here too. It was made using three pictures two stops apart. I took them with a tripod for a change; that really does save a lot of work with alligning

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    // Nikkor 70-300 f/4-5.6 VR // Nikkor 50 mm f/1.8
    // Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4.5 ...// Nikon SB-600
    // Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6......// Nikon Series E 135 mm f/2.8
    // Kiron 105 f/2.8 Macro....// Manfrotto 190XPROB + 488RC4
    // Nikkor 35 f/1.8..........// Sigma 500 mm f/8

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