Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Ugh, the one of the jetty is awesome.
I'd love to go somewhere where that kind of shot is possible.
I'm not a photographer myself, but a friend just linked me to this site and I thought you guys might be interested - http://blog.aurumlight.com/2013/05/28/milk-pinup/ (Some NSFW content)
The Misty Mountain photo is one of those images that is just nice to have. It may have been done a thousand times before, but I still like it. Well done.
And the sheep image? Well, I just love everything about it. I have a feeling it will find its way into my desktop rotation.
It's funny how similar this one is to my earlier shot of the same aircraft. I prefer this one because of the gear being retracted, though:
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Thanks, that lake is quite a nice photographic stop with attached car park, good for driving holidays.
Marshall Point Lighthouse 1 by whisperwolf, on Flickr
Rock Pile by whisperwolf, on Flickr
Chipmunk by whisperwolf, on Flickr
dock by whisperwolf, on Flickr
condor by whisperwolf, on Flickr
Curtis Island Lighthouse 1 by whisperwolf, on Flickr
That lighthouse shot is gorgeous, I'm rather struck with that. Did you manage to do anything but take pictures on your hols?
not really, it was a taking pictures and eating holiday mainly. So many nice places to visit and take pictures off and some stunning restaurants too.
Sounds rather fun to me.
Love the lighthouse as well.
Was really bummed about he closure of all the national parks... but then ran into a Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico. Feeling better now
Color is in the air by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Shapes and Colors by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Just another bird shot
My 100th accepted photo on airliners.net
(click for big)
@Thaifood, that is EPIC! Aersome job!
@Stonesurd, Way to go, dude. You do awesome work! I think about you every time i drive by Boeing Field in Seattle now
Egg Rock Lighthouse 1 by whisperwolf, on Flickr
Wind and Spirit by whisperwolf, on Flickr
First picture with my new russian lens
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Been lurking and not really posting much here but it's amazing to see everyone progressing and making more and more impressive shots, love it!
I've been getting heavily involved in developing a lot of black and white film both 35mm and 120! The only real reason I've picked up my D3100 is to "scan" the negatives
Also I did some major repair/restoration work on a pretty damn old vintage camera, a Zeiss Ikoflex iia which I posted up here earlier - took the whole shutter assembly apart to clean off the filthy shutter leaves and re-assembled it succesfully
click here to see the process!
Unfortunately I have no method at the moment to scan the 120 negatives but it won't be long until they're up on flickr!
Thought i'd just pick a few of my favourites over the last month or two and share them here! Finally, got my first 'explore' on Flickr a few weeks back, pretty chuffed with that!
time to start developing... by dan-morris, on Flickr
selfie by dan-morris, on Flickr
content by dan-morris, on Flickr
hidden by dan-morris, on Flickr
fresh by dan-morris, on Flickr
percipitation I by dan-morris, on Flickr
attentive [explore] by dan-morris, on Flickr
hide and seek by dan-morris, on Flickr
@thaifood, if the focus was spot-on you'd be selling that one all over the place - great capture.
what's up with the edge of the branch in the bottom right? shame the focus is a smidgen off but a fantastic shot nonetheless!
Yes, shame, ever so slightly off.. Hmm, not sure about the branch, funny never noticed it before.. Camera behind weird? Time for a new one maybe
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