Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Edit. Erm totally wrong thread lol
Ilford Delta 100 - wow love this stuff!
going places by dan-morris, on Flickr
branching out by dan-morris, on Flickr
Medium format goodness! First roll of 120, didn't put enough solution in the developing tank so when it was sat inbetween agitations one half the film was not covered in developer, doh!
george by dan-morris, on Flickr
Hi all, just for info but I managed to get some of my BSB pics into Bike Sport News!
Really chuffed as its hard hard work getting editors to use your stuff.
This is one of the shots they used:
Lee Costello #39 - Halsall Kawasaki by Polarity Photo, on Flickr
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Autumn colours by wuyanxu, on Flickr
Autumn morning by wuyanxu, on Flickr
Leaf by wuyanxu, on Flickr
Something a bit softer than my usual stuff...
Memphis Black by JazzXP, on Flickr
I took and old hand saw and converted it into a cabinet scraper. Funny enough, I'm currently building a new coffee table, and this is the second object to be sacrificed for the project. The first was the giant mahogany door that became the wood for the table.
Finally got around to do a new shoot a few weeks ago. We went to an big airstrip nearby where she lives and had a great time. I thought these three stood out among all the shots we did. I'd love to hear what you guys think.
The sepia one doesn't seem to be everybody's cup of tea. She does the thing with her lip all the time and thinks that it's not good for posing. I thought it was kind of cute and wanted it in at least one of the shots. I wanted to create a bit of a wet-plate look, so thats why the sharpness is a bit weird and thats why I chose the sepia color. I'd love to hear what you guys think about them.
As usual, click on the image for a much larger and better view.
This one... It's an absolute cracker of a shot.
some expired hp5, bit grainy but it'll do!
peekaboo by dan-morris, on Flickr
Discarded Trainers Redux by jaikdean, on Flickr
Benjamin Currie #61 - Quelch BSD Motorsport by Polarity Photo, on Flickr
Still knocking out the good stuff!
There was heavy haze at the Indian GP but I'll have a look at my shots tomorrow and see if I can get anything salvageable.
Just a summer shot..
Mum won a merit award at a bead design conference in malaysia. Took a quick headshot for the local paper
South African Bead Designer by wezphotography, on Flickr
Ugh! So much quality here.
Dan - love the black & white shots. Going Place is beautiful, just abstract enough, but still recognizable.
Wuyanxu - the colours in the first one are ace.
...well, that makes me go just a little wobbly inside...
Lovah, you're right, the lip thing is cute.
Also, saw this and thought of Stonedsurd.
Phwoar, gorgeous shots. I'd give a limb to work on a Spitfire, what a thing.
Noriuki Haga Crash 4 by Polarity Photo, on Flickr
Love seeing all the pics. The portraits of the girl were great, the grainy cat I think is even cooler because of the grain, and the sport bike photos are awesome... love this Crash shot... amazing!
I got back from the trip had to do 600 miles and 7 states on the last day to get to my wedding.
Since then had so little time that did not even get to look at the photos from the trip.
So here are few of my wedding shots instead.
Triumph & Rock'n'Roll by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Peeking through by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Helping hands by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Down the aisle by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Blessed kiss by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Embrace by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Beautiful shots neo!
For the Indian GP weekend, I flew straight from England to Delhi and went directly to the track - left Manchester at 1400h on Friday, landed in Delhi at 0700h on Saturday, drove to office, dropped off my bags, changed my shirt and drove straight to the Buddh Circuit, arriving about 30 minutes before FP3 was due to start, except it was delayed because the pervasive Delhi smog affected visibility so much that the medical helicopter would not have been able to fly!
So anyway, here are a couple of quick-n-dirty edits of a few shots from FP3:
Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F138, 2013 Indian GP by Angad Singh | Zone 5 Aviation, on Flickr
Alonso and Hamilton, FP3, 2013 Indian GP by Angad Singh | Zone 5 Aviation, on Flickr
Another one. Sea Harrier, jellied landscape, gap in the clouds - perfect
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