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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:30 am 
Thanks Wolfsong,it was coming up to the end of the day and last light so i thought id lark about aswell as wanting to see how affective it is when im out in the open, quality of the pictures are rubbish as these are clipped from the video i did on a little compact camera but you get the idea
this camo is ok from autumn winter(plenty of browns) i use ordinary dpm
in the spring and summer.

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I was toying around with my cell phone (Nokia N900). Aside from it being capable of shooting RAW (DNG actually), it also has an infrared port, which makes it a universal camera trigger!

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A visit to Camera Obscura in Edinburgh really can mess with your visual perception. Notice the camera is pointing away from the subject (my granddaughter) and I didn't expect to be in the shot.

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shooting a couple, usually means that distracting billboards must be hidden by use of horizons.


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I hope the popup flash was either to trigger another flash, or some fill :lol:

Here's a funny shot of me proposing to my D2H. Shot it at a BBQ meetup with some fellow photographers, and we had access to a studio. Some of the guys wanted to experiment with the strobes, and I figured I'd serve as a model (having already worked with strobes on several occasions).

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And here's another one from that day:

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I was not a happy Squirrel. Having to move our Headquarters to a new building, MAJOR sinus infection, and a buddy trying to learn his brand new T3i. Him not knowing how to use the camera with those honey stained wood walls with florescent lights turned it the funny color
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Thread kinda died....nice one Jiko. Never tried a photo vest though.

Here's one of me or, well, part of me. Just an experiment with off-camera flash:

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So...Is there a "back hair razor" tool in photoshop???

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