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  1. #4961
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    some unimpressed owls. lol
    Nice shots but they are not owls. They are Tawny Frogmouths.

  2. #4962
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    tawny frogmouths. what is the hell sorta bird is that ?? lmao
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    Early morning cemetary walks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    tawny frogmouths. what is the hell sorta bird is that ?? lmao
    It's what you took photos of, that's what sort of bird a Tawny Frogmouth is and it's not an owl.

  5. #4965
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    Apocalypse Now

    Here's a shot I took today. One of the builidings of my university was on fire and was ruined entirely. Luckily nobody was hurt. Since I live close to the university I took a lot of pictures. The one here is processed in Capture NX. I experimented with the colour booster of this program. I boosted the colours a lot more than I would usually done, but I kinda liked the result. The picture somehow reminded me of the movie Apocalypse Now.

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    I have many more shots of the fire, tomorrow I will post some more.
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  6. #4966
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    Early morning cemetary walks!
    I have often thought about taking cemetry shots - they can be quite photogenic - this is nicely done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Here's a shot I took today. One of the builidings of my university was on fire and was ruined entirely. Luckily nobody was hurt. Since I live close to the university I took a lot of pictures. The one here is processed in Capture NX. I experimented with the colour booster of this program. I boosted the colours a lot more than I would usually done, but I kinda liked the result. The picture somehow reminded me of the movie Apocalypse Now.

    I have many more shots of the fire, tomorrow I will post some more.
    I am not usually a fan of very boosted anything - but this is brilliant!!
    Nice one!!!
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    awesome shot Denis. great PP aswell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    The picture somehow reminded me of the movie Apocalypse Now.
    Great shot. The building could almost double as an airstrip control tower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Here's a shot I took today. One of the builidings of my university was on fire and was ruined entirely. Luckily nobody was hurt. Since I live close to the university I took a lot of pictures. The one here is processed in Capture NX. I experimented with the colour booster of this program. I boosted the colours a lot more than I would usually done, but I kinda liked the result. The picture somehow reminded me of the movie Apocalypse Now.



    I have many more shots of the fire, tomorrow I will post some more.
    Brilliant shot, please make a thread for these. I just went to a few news sites and watched the collapse, do you have any shots of that?

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