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 Post subject: Pool / Bowling
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2007 12:50 am 

Haven't been on many forums as of late. Been very busy finishing up my course, finalising all my work etc :)

Hope everything as been well at Camera Labs, and with the members.

Took my camera with me on a little outing me and a friend had on Sunday. Had the 18 - 135 kit lens with me, I must say for a kit lens, with the bowling, if performed very well (For a kit lens :P).

I took 300 photos on Sunday, so I might end up finding some more I like later on. These four, specifically the first one stood out to me. Shooting at 1600ISO the entire time. I was hoping that the Black and White + 1600ISO would give the shots on the lanes a authentic, film sort of look. I think it kind of did.

Also shot in camera black and white (Custom settings), which I pretty much got a "WTF" from on another forum, hehe. I guess I'm just lazy, and like to see how the shot turned out in B&W (on location), and all of them when I get home as well.

Anyways here they are, might add some more when I flick through them again :)

Peace, and have a wonderful Christmas!



#2 - Yes camera was on the floor :)




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Hi Ant, good to hear from you! (Don't forget December's Assignment here either!)

I really like the first one - does it look better with a straightened 'horizon'?

And the last is always a classic for illustrating rear or front curtain flash syncs!


PS - could you resize the images so they're no more than 800 pixels wide?

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2007 10:13 am 
Thanks Gordon. Yeah I had a quick play with the alignment, couldn't get it right, plus I was cutting of his feet sometimes, hehe.

Might have another go though, was definatly bugging me.

I didn't use a flash all day :lol:

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My fav is #2: dramatic perspective!

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