A few random samples...
Not sure if I've posted this one in The Dark Room before. If so - sorry. I liked the way the light is across the top & the fence is down the side. Shot with Canon XT (350D) and 100-400 is
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These lights don't look nearly this good now. But boy, are they bright!
winter | netherlands
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A happy old friend:
some stuff from my summer holidays (will post some more from Dresden later, but they're in process for a book, so...)
C&C welcome. I know about the lens flare in #1, I will try and get around to shopping it out at some point soon.
A couple more:
Queen ant, about 3/4 inch in size
And a sepia of "Q" my cat, chilling on the couch.
Man fears the darkness, and so he scrapes away at the edges of it with fire (flashlights) - Rei Ayanami NGE
One from tonight:
I'll see your flashlight and raise you some apples....
nice to see reflective stuff without reflections in it!
Sunset over the High Desert 8/31, fires burning EIGHTY MILES to the east, snowing ash..
Yeah, it takes some work to photograph reflective items. My son was throwing out a piece of frosted Acetate film yesterday, and I rescued it from the trash to use as a diffuser. I placed it on top of a mirror, then rolled it over the top of the flashlights as a sort of tent, through which I fired one speedlight, while firing a second one from the left. The mirror underneath, gives a bit of depth and fills the shadows under.
More green iguanas
Now I can see the darkness .
Two Cats on a Post
The Drummer is the same person as the child with the saxophonist in the "Street Photography" thread.
Nice! Are those SEALs in the little boat to the left...er port side of the explosion?
Here's one I enjoyed the other day. Its one of my sister's cat's kittens. Not so much a kitten now. I like how the lighting ended up changing the eye coloring. Anyways, enjoy.
Therefore let your light so shine before this people, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is in heaven. - 3 Nephi 12:16
First day with the new Nikon D90 w/ 18-105mm VR
I also have a D90 with an 18-105 lens (a 70-300 telephoto too). How do you like yours so far?
Here is a shot of the taillights of a Ferrari Enzo (with the D90) from a Ferrari show that I went to (I posted this and other pictures in a separate thread in the Cafe):
Eagletac T10L, 3D maglite with Malkoff 3-6D XP-G Dropin, Stanley 35 watt HID, Gerber LX 3.0, L-mini II Q3-5C, 2D ROP w/ LiMnNi 26650, Eagletac P100A2, Quark Mini AA XP-G S2
Great photos folks! Many better than the ones I see on photo forums
That polished, stainless Maratac AAA looks sweet (trying to suppress flashaholism)
Okay, today I went hiking/walking/strolling in a nearby park and grabbed these:
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Here's a quick shot of the custom killer I have to send on it's way to a new owner on Monday. (the flashlight)
Just my Stylus 720SW that I take camping all the time with no worries.
I hope this is cool enough for you photo heads.
Nice pic, unfortunately im not lucky enough to get anywhere near that close to an Enzo but here's a model on my shelf
So far i love it, much better than the point and shoot id been using...so many more adjustments and TONS of fun to use. How do you like 70-300? i kind of miss the lack of long range capability...i also have a 35mm f1.8 coming in soon, not that that'll get me more zoom.
cheap 70-300s tend to be soft at the long end, which is what you buy them for.
If you need cheap range, get a bridge. Will post some more pics later, I'm just processing Sat eve's party pics and they're difficult - massive WB problems
night time in Florida
Now I can see the darkness .