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Thread: Abstracts

  1. #141
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    very original, i like it, great shot.

  2. #142
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    Took this photo in the zoo and then hand colored it and changed to sepia......
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  3. #143
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    shot of fan
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  4. #144
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    If you don't know what it is, this is pretty abstract...


    ...it is a tree (well, a close-up of the trunk of a particularly mossy specimen).
    Gerard Stafleu
    Gallery at http://www.flickr.com/photos/gstafleu

  5. #145
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    Alaska!

    Hi Folks

    Great shots folks - all the way from the rainforests to tree bark, with electric fans, neon signs, truck grills and cats ears in between.

    Here is a cheap shot of a nasturtium leaf - the variety is called 'Alaska' and is a "self-generating abstract machine" - every leaf is different.

    Canon A80, handheld, macro mode, ap. f/5.0, exp. 1/500s, exposure bias -1/3.

    regards
    Wombat
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  6. #146
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    the scenario...

    60mph southbound on lake shore drive, trying to take an abstract with a 1.2 second exposure. if you can make it out...that's the feild museum. mental note...have some one else drive when trying to shoot...

    shutter speed 1.2 seconds, f/2.8, and an ISO of 160 @18.2mm focal length.
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  7. #147
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat
    Hi Folks

    Great shots folks - all the way from the rainforests to tree bark, with electric fans, neon signs, truck grills and cats ears in between.

    Here is a cheap shot of a nasturtium leaf - the variety is called 'Alaska' and is a "self-generating abstract machine" - every leaf is different.

    Canon A80, handheld, macro mode, ap. f/5.0, exp. 1/500s, exposure bias -1/3.

    regards
    Wombat
    I agree, all the shots lately are fantastic. here is my contribution for the day. A Chandelier, almost.
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  8. #148
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    Alien Pod?

    Very strange.
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  9. #149
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    what's interesting about this shot is that there was only a candle burning in the backround, and the light from the TV. shot in Priority mode, the f/2.8, ISO 160 and a shutter speed of 1.7 seconds; focal length @ 7.8 mm and my wide angle converter...(which obviously was dirty at the time...DOH!)


  10. #150
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    Alien Pods are with us now!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Eagle
    Very strange.
    I have one of these as well - perhaps they are taking over I think, but not sure, that they are supposed to mimic the appearance of flesh so as to attract carrion flies - Yuk.

    regards
    Wonbat
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