Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Nice one pook. Mind sharing how you did that?
I did nothing... I just happened across a 72 Galaxie with a fake arm sticking out of the hood
Hah, now that's straight-up weird. I thought you set that up either physically or in post
Not as sharp as I'd like but it flew off when I tried geting closer
Inachis Io by OmegaPoint, on Flickr
I don't want to say they're common, but that type of thing was fairly common in the late 90s in the states at least.
Lunch by angad84, on Flickr
Heritance Kandalama View by angad84, on Flickr
Sunset Beach by angad84, on Flickr
Stars by angad84, on Flickr
I completely borked the stars shot but since the other stack turned out even worse this will have to do. I wish I had more time and access to pollution-free skies to practice these shots, they look so damned good if done right.
Heights of Abraham Band Tilt-shift by Pieface8765, on Flickr
Great shot Pie.
IMGP4203 by silverfish51, on Flickr
IMGP4210 by silverfish51, on Flickr
Tilt and shift lens or post-processed? Nice shot.
A few shots from Kilimanjaro:
IMG_6750 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
IMG_6783 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
IMG_6778 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
...and a couple from Serengeti:
IMG_7111 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
IMG_7157 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
IMG_7244 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
IMG_7268 by jjfmclean, on Flickr
Post Processed. Couldn't even thing about affording a tilt-shift lens
Yeah me either - huge price for a lens which has quite niche use. It's a shame - if there was a cheaper one, even if image quality wasn't great, it would make a fun novelty lens for experimentation.
Jeez Mclean. Those shots are the dogs nuts.
Aw shucks, you're makin' me blush! Seriously mate thanks for that comment - means a lot coming from someone whose work I admire.
IMGP4225 by silverfish51, on Flickr
IMGP4240 by silverfish51, on Flickr
Was there lots of wind there Silver?
The water ripples look fairly frozen-in-place but you have a shedload of cloud movement. Or is it two shots composited?
Single shots at 8 and 10 seconds respectively.
It was super-calm at ground level, but the clouds were racing across the sky. The land's only ten miles across (if that) here on the peninsular, which creates an interesting micro-climate.
Might have helped if I'd cleaned all the sea salt off the lens for the first one though. The lens flare isn't as clean as it should have been.
Edit: The waves in the first shot are caused by sand ripples, so they wouldn't be moving anywhere fast.
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