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  1. #8401
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    was that the lunatic aussie who jumped on to of the arc de triumph in vegas ?
    No, that was another "jumper". There were three jumps total, including one who was supposed to jump and/or roll an SUV. The photo I took was of Evil Knievel's son, Robbie.
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  2. #8402
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    Quote Originally Posted by n9nf View Post
    is that flower came from some cactus ?
    nice capture there
    They're growing as weeds along a creek on my favourite bushwalk. They're really massive flowers but I guess you can see the size from the bee. They're some sort of thistle.
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  3. #8403
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    That's what I thought! It looks like the cactus flowers out here in AZ! I was like hmmm... where does DPR live again?? haha. That is an action packed shot TNB!!

    Ok, now I'm reallllly sorry about posting this again, I just wanted to know if this was an improvement on the original? I personally like the framing a bit better, but I just wanted your opinions on whether or not I was taking it in the right direction. Last tiger post from me for a while, I promise! Thank you!!
    Last edited by LBGChris; 01-02-2009 at 01:38 AM.
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  4. #8404
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    Nikon D90 and an old Nikkor 50mm f1.4 lens
    Exposure time: 1/125
    and thats about all the information it's telling me :|



    Nikon D90 again and the kit lens of 18-105mm
    Focal Length: 70mm
    Aperture: f5.3
    Exposure time: 1/60


    Pretty much amateur photography but I've only just got it for Christmas :P Hadn't have any experience before hand and I've got to say.. it's great fun!

  5. #8405
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomsabin View Post
    Nikon D90 and an old Nikkor 50mm f1.4 lens
    Exposure time: 1/125
    and thats about all the information it's telling me :|


    Nikon D90 again and the kit lens of 18-105mm
    Focal Length: 70mm
    Aperture: f5.3
    Exposure time: 1/60


    Pretty much amateur photography but I've only just got it for Christmas :P Hadn't have any experience before hand and I've got to say.. it's great fun!

    Keep 'em coming - great stuff!! Nice peice of kit - enjoy learning as you go
    Any queries - Just give a shout and I am sure someone will be able to help.
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  6. #8406
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    took this on new years day at the Natural History museum. I wanted to capture the movement and quantity of people but didnt have a tripod for a long exposure. So I created a 5 or 6 shot panorama which would then show the ghosting of people walking about. One program I have didnt show the ghosting (did a better job of creating the panorama I guess!) whereas the other one gave me what I wanted:

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  7. #8407
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    herc182 - this was a great way around the problem - it's really come out well - & I like it in B&W
    I have been thinking I would like to visit there sometime - also with the additional agenda to get a few photos!

    PS - I did a panorama in the middle of Brugge once - only afterwards did I notice the same person appeared 4 times in the shot!!
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  8. #8408
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    and another (those this is not a panoramic). This is a HDR using exposure blending on photomatix. I then converted to black and white using Silver Efex pro. I increased the "structure" on this one to emphasise the intricate brick work. AMazing structure (no pun!) in there

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  9. #8409
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post

    PS - I did a panorama in the middle of Brugge once - only afterwards did I notice the same person appeared 4 times in the shot!!
    Thanks Geoff

    LOL. That can be a really creative effect though. If you have a friend, partner or wife, get them to move along the frame with a red umbrella. Looks pretty cool!
    Nikon D700
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  10. #8410
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    herc182 - this 2nd shot is amazing - that's an understatement - I am loving it to bits!!!
    The effect makes it look rather like an Escher style drawing - except it is also totally real.
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
    Sigma 70-300APO, Tokina 100 AT-X Pro D.
    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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