Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Splash! by lewisbrymner, on Flickr
Ummm. You may want to edit that image or remove the large copies of it from flickr. Your NI card clearly shows your full NI number. Last thing you want is some con artist using it and mesing with your tax and NI.
Didnt even notice that myself! thanks for that haha edited.
@Lewis Love splash!
@CMW great shot of the lambo.
That's the biggest I can find at the moment. Took it using my parents camera, I'll ring them up to see if they can find the original. I did upload a less compressed version here: mykonos_photos.zip
Fatlace Sunglasses by lewisbrymner, on Flickr
having far too much fun with water! aha
Beautiful splashes.... damn I need to play with water & lights one day...
Today had a gig shooting some jewelry. On the way back was stuck in quite a bit of traffic, so just started snapping photos of people. Here are two I liked:
Streets of New York by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Portrait of a stranger by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
And yay! Fire truck!
The Big Red Truck by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Really nice little snippets of life in the city.
Yep. I really like how your pictures work together.
Da frak? I'm in the tags for...?
I'm intrigued by these. I love the "Portrait of a Stranger", but whas is going on with the bokeh? The EXIF suggests you shot at 105mm (what lens btw?) and f/3.5, but the background blur looks like it was shot at a much wider aperture. Is there some post processing going on there? Also both this shot and particularly "Streets of New York" show a lot more grain than I'd expect at ISO 640. Unless perhaps the shots are cropped down to their ~7MP from the full 18MP on the 7D? But even then I'd expect less grain than this - to my eye these shots look like ISO 3200+. I like the effect but just curious how it came about.
Did you only just notice?
I like your stuff, so there's a teg, the list of tags was a bit empty anyway.
That really reminds me of the Family Guy National Geographic special on Fire Trucks..
Many luls were had. Amazing photos though. Although the dress sense on the group of people does cause me a little concern though.
Hey, beginner after some tips here!
Beginner giving a beginner tips here, but I like it.. I was originally going to say it needed to be a little darker on the B&W.. but after having looked at it again it seems to suit the photo.. drags your attention straight to the cat rather than anything that may be lingering in the background.
That's really nice, the only thing I would say is that the focus seems to be slightly off (might be the small image). Generally I think you want to focus so the eyes are sharp . Other than that it's really, really nice!
Daisies 2 by whisperwolf, on Flickr
Thanks for the feedback on the cat image (Oscar). It looks quite bright because there is a window in the background. It was a bit tricky to shoot.
I will try to get some better focus around the eyes next time, the poor cat is bored of my new hobby.
Just got round to going though my last set of holiday photos
Ferry Inn Steps by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
Kingsbridge Estuary at Sunset (2) by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
Kingsbridge Estuary at Night (2) by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
A matter of Perspective by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
Something a bit different
Dandelion by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
LAN wear by George.Yoda, on Flickr
Sleepy at LAN by George.Yoda, on Flickr
Not taken much recently due to photoshop not working, has been annoying me.
Just uploaded a couple of jpegs I took at a LAN I was at this weekend (didn't realise it was set to JPEG)
Took these a couple of days ago in Boston. Wish I had something better than my crappy GS2 camera phone.
crab noir by kch_86, on Flickr
Dance of the jellyfish by kch_86, on Flickr
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