Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Twofer! by angad84, on Flickr
IMGP4875 by silverfish51, on Flickr
First music show of 2013. This one was smaller attendance than I usually work but it provided awesome access to the acts. If you have the opportunity to see Grace Potter and the Nocturnals live, I highly suggest you do. Kick ass live.
grace.potter-2 by shutterdoggy, on Flickr
grace.potter-16 by shutterdoggy, on Flickr
grace.potter-27 by shutterdoggy, on Flickr
futurebirds-27 by shutterdoggy, on Flickr
A little more risqué than I normally post here. I get the feeling you guys may like it though...
Ashley Sunset by JazzXP, on Flickr
The transparency for this is lovely but jpg can't quite keep up with the colours.
Late evening with the sun setting behind Edinburgh Castle, the various light levels made the velvia go nuts.
Velvia Sunset Behind The Castle by steveo_mcg, on Flickr
I love the look on the drummers face.
You just make me jealous.
You guys really get your..er..colours spot on
That photo is EPIC, Stevo!!!
Cheers you should see the transparency!
Took this today at the fair that had came to town (Leeds Valentines Fair)
Great shots. Getting better-than-usual access is always great. I shot two Indian AF events (October 2012, and yesterday) with bog-standard media access, which is basically sitting in an enclosure with a hundred other chaps and getting the same boring crap.
But for Aero India, with a little sweet-talking, I was allowed to basically go anywhere. There were pros and cons, the cons mainly being things like a Sukhoi Su-27 starting up about a foot to my right (I was shooting from the shade under the starboard wing).
I really like your second shot
EDIT: And steveo - those colurs are nuts!
Here's another while I try and salvage the crappy hazy shots from yesterday's exercise:
Fire! by angad84, on Flickr
This shot is crazy good
I've been faffing about with the DSLR a bit more lately and fiddling about with various techniques in CS2 that I've typically stayed away from, and have come up with some interesting results. Liking what I'm getting out of it, but I know I'm still quite terrible at it. In any case I'm having fun playing with my minifigs, which is all that matters. Below is a shot I took last night without any preconceived notions of what I was going for, threw into Photoshop and just let the results happen on their own, which I then revisited this morning to add the bit on the right as it looked empty without it.
As I said: quite terrible compared to what you lot do, but I'm having fun
Thats not that risque well compared to your flickr Sam but some cracking location shots coming thick and fast at the moment I am endlessly jealous of the beaches out there.
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have some -5c snow Sam lol
SnowFall by Kiteninja (Morgan Lee), on Flickr
Well, yes, my Flickr is much more risqué (quite a bit more very soon, lol). Yeah, the beaches aren't bad here once you get away from the city. The nearby ones are a bit average.
Hey, I'd love to do a snow shoot, although I don't think the models would like me because I want them wearing a few less clothes than that
Your beaches are lovely and so is the weather ,
She did shed some layers after but this is Bit-tech after all
I work for a Fire and Rescue Service so get to attend some interesting events. This was taken at a joint exercise with the Police. My first post in this thread, hope you like it!
PoliceEx026 by Mike Elder, on Flickr
Eddie - thanks!
Mikee - For a second I thought that was taken during a riot or something. Very cool.
Rafale Recovery by angad84, on Flickr
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