Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
Spinnaker Sunrise by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Like it, Sam.
The space rocket/shooting star/ICBM rather makes the shot .
Maybe it should be titled "Impending Doom" or "They Never Saw It Coming"...
Peekaboo by Sam Masters, on Flickr
easyJet G-EZOK by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Deep Dive by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Vindbelgjarfjall by Sam Masters, on Flickr
SMUGAN by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Steamy Falls by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Humpback by Sam Masters, on Flickr
I snapped this at this years North West 200 from a fairly sketchy vantage point on a 200mph+ section, whilst I had many I was more pleased with, the rider himself liked this one and for some reason I do too.
Climbing Down by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Glowing Swan by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Alistair Seeley attends a service
Sun Kissed by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Some magic scenery on that island, man. I looked at this one on the smaller screen on my phone first and thought it was a rolling wave.
The little 'un shouted up to me the other morning as well to look out of the window and check the sunrise, so I got some VERY basic phone snaps (including a couple of the plants on the windowsill in the light). None of these are anything particularly special, but they've released an update to the camera on the Pixel and I'm sure it looks a bit better than it did. And I like the colours.
Lovely sunrise Mod
Frothy Leaf by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Cheers bud! It was one of the better ones I've seen in a long time. Took the chance to just stand and watch it change colour, probably one of the only times in a while the kid and I have just put things on hold.
The Frothy Leaf has some great lighting going on - it seems picked out in all the right places. Like the shadows aren't too dark but the highlights stand out. Hard to explain but it rather works. Nice shot...!
Rays of Light by Sam Masters, on Flickr
Portraits are all I've ever really tried when it comes to seriously setting up a camera, obviously this day I had to consider capturing moving objects and I made a lot of mistakes, but I was happy with this given that my partner (bless her she was terrified in that corner) is very much stationary and the newcomer on the bike is going some lick. I think they both appear nice and clear, would love to learn a bit but don't really intend on doing much sports photography.
That is a great shot, dude. I really like the way the gates and fences are framed and the colours remind me of the Outback.
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