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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2008 9:46 am 
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Here are some photos from yesterday, I stood next to the road and took blurry shots of cars. The best part was seeing a Lotus Cortina. I still haven't worked out how to post photos directly to here so I will usher you to my fotopic site. There is also a cow picture. Oh and a nice pic of some leaves with water droplets on.
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789801.html (thats the cow one)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789802.html (LEAVES!)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789803.html (Blurry BMW X5)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789804.html (Semi-Blurry Skoda)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789805.html (Really dynamic looking Mini)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789806.html (Really blurry Volvo)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789807.html (A Micra going fast)
http://myfirstportfolio.fotopic.net/p50789808.html (LOTUS CORTINA!)
As I took the blurry car ones I had Gordon's voice in my head from his DSLR Tips workshop "Swing with the car young Matthew"

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It can be Bob... I googled it and came across this...

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See, patti. You'll have to add Roy to your list of Googlers now. :wink:

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Bob Andersson wrote:
Defiance wrote:
It can be Bob... I googled it and came across this...

Joshua Tree
Yucca Brevifolia


Range...

See, patti. You'll have to add Roy to your list of Googlers now. :wink:

Bob.


Lol :lol: Just means that I have far tooooo much time on my hands sitting in front of this 'pooter all day.....

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Mmmm, fried scallops with onion rings from Lenny and Joe's down by the shoreline. Very delicious, and I am proud of this shot since everytime I look at it...it makes me hungry!

Since it's near lunch time here where I am, I figured it would be an appropriate time to post this.

1/40 sec
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ISO 180

Shot in RAW and then duplicated and saved that version with an exposure bias of +2. Combined in Photomatix using subtle settings so the image wouldn't look HDR'd, but would just look evenly exposed and x-tra delicious.

Hope it makes you hungry! View the large version for extra hunger pangs.

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Mmmm scallops, you did make me hungry.

Anyway here's mine for today. i decided to have a go at still life. Taking photos is so much easier than trying to unknot my fingers after Flight of the Bumblebee!!! :lol:

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There it is miki!! :P

Nice photo and nice open-holed flute. :)

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Nice photo Miki, I like the depth of field.

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Here are my favorite shots I did of my girlfriends pendant.

http://au.geocities.com/ayanami15081344/Pendant.jpg

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http://au.share.geocities.com/ayanami15081344/Watch.jpg
This one was a rush edit, so its still the 10mp resolution and the sharpening is terrible.... I havent cleaned up the photo as much as I did the one above.

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Nice work Miki, good idea to put a such a music paper (what's the name?) under the instrument.
Syncharmony: you're pictures makes me hungry.

I took this shot today:
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Correct me if it's not a seagull, my knowledge of birds is close to zero.

Camera Model: Sony DSLR-A700
Lens and focal length: Carl Zeis 16-80mm F3.5-4.5 @ 80mm
Aperture: F4.5
Shutter Speed: 1/2000 sec.
Sensitivity: ISO 100
Post processing: cropped (a lot)

I wish I had the 70-200 already, then I could get at least a bit closer to birds. Only 67% to go...

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Bit of experimentation for today, hope you dig it


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Taken with 70-300VR
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here is a photo during my summer trip to destin,florida,a nice sunset taken after work on my way home.


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hi everyone,
taken with my 70-300 at 300mm
1/250sec f5.6
slight crop
iso 200
regards GCJ
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I came across this tree and I find this very earisistable to shoot. :lol:


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