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    I am nothing but an amateur photographer with a cell phone and no money... But here is some of what I have.






















    And of course I had to put one with a flashlight...


    "Maybe you should just stick to fire on a stick... it's received excellent reviews here - plus it's a time tested design..."

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    No offense about those ants vs. wasp pictures here, but amazement. WoW!

    I can only dream of having a macro setup like that. It's way too expensive for me...
    Thanks, I saw this while out in the garden. Couldnt believe that these ants were actually dragging this wasp around ! Trying to capture the world through the macro lens can be very frustrating at times but rewarding when it goes to plan

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    This is by no means any kind of example of the quality of my photo skills... but it's still one of the coolest photos I've ever taken!

    Shaq - in the same restaurant as my husbnd and I on St. Patrick's Day (yesterday) in Las Vegas!


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    I rescued this little guy from a co workers desk. We were trying to figure out how it got there since we are on the 5th floor and at least 150 feet from the nearest door/elevator. I brought him home and let him go in my yard, snapping a few pics while he was checking out the new digs. He was only about 1/4 inch total length.






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    That's just a creepy little bugger, unnerv! ... but great shots!!

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    Aww, he's kinda adorable. (Then again I'd likely feel differently if he was bigger.)
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    Our last baby at home. From a "tiger cat" father... Sweet

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    My .22 snapped with a point and shoot Canon s95 with daylight coming through the window.
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    Something little more peaceful...



    Cheers

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    My recent vacation photos.






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    Wow.. a glimpse of heaven, this pic is amazing! Is this pic taken from the mist trail in yosemite national park?

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    Wow. Very nice photos here. Thanks for sharing.

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    Heres more from my Macro folder..




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    Has anyone here used any image stacking software? Macro Photography has a very shallow depth of field. Image stacking allows multiple pictures to be stacked creating a picture that has a lot more in focus. This would have to be done with stationary subjects as multiple pictures of the subject have to be taken.
    Now I can see the darkness .

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    Did a little backyard BBQ this weekend on the new smoker (17 lbs of pork shoulder, hickory, and Memphis Dust rub from amazingribs.com)

    All the roses in my yard are in bloom, it smells wonderful.


    John's garden BBQ by A_Super_Guy, on Flickr
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    A few photos I took in New York

    Night time glow


    New York Public Library


    Inside the New York Public Library


    Clue to the location in the photo


    Brooklyn Bridge
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    SimulatedZero, those are some awesome shots, can't believe you did that with a cell camera.

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    Those are some of the best shots of NYC I've ever seen . . . And I'm from here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by will View Post
    Has anyone here used any image stacking software? Macro Photography has a very shallow depth of field. Image stacking allows multiple pictures to be stacked creating a picture that has a lot more in focus. This would have to be done with stationary subjects as multiple pictures of the subject have to be taken.
    while I have not done it, the macro guys on photography on the net are experts. Take a look for LordV in the macro subforum. He does spectacular stacking.
    http://photography-on-the.net/forum/...splay.php?f=38
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    ^^Click for my beamshots!!^^ My Flashlights

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monocrom View Post
    Those are some of the best shots of NYC I've ever seen . . . And I'm from here.
    Thanks :-)

    NYC is such a wonderful place, after only a brief visit I want to live there!

    The old adage, "the best camera is the one you have with you" is very true. As an enthusiastic photographer, when travelling I can't take all the gear with me, but recently had a revelation when I found the Panasonic Lumix LX5. It is like having a SLR in your pocket with an F2.0 lens with 24-90 zoom and full manual control. The two night time shots were hand held.
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    Transformers


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    Two shots of the Cologne Dome...





    and one direct from the garden...



    Cheers

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    Please keep in mind the rule for posting pictures on CPF, quite a number of images in this sub forum exceed the maximum allowable image size of 800 X 800 Pixels.

    Please see Rule #3 If you post an image in your post, please downsize the image to no larger than 800 x 800 pixels. - Norm

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    Here are some shots from the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial.

    This first one is a stuffed animal found in the rubble of the daycare center:


    This one shows the time of the initial explosion:


    Reflecting Pond:


    Message on the wall from one of the SAR teams.


    Tree that survived the blast:


    One chair for each of the victims:


    Close up of one of the chairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchcollector1968 View Post

    This one shows the time of the initial explosion:


    Reflecting Pond:
    Actually, the bomb went off at 9:02.

    The 9:01 on one side and the 9:03 on the opposite side are meant to show how peaceful everything was up to 9:01 and then how everything would never be the same by 9:03. Symbolically, you approach the memorial facing 9:01, and exit out the other side of the opening at 9:03.
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    Yes you are correct...thanks much for the correction.

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    Photos of the May 20, 2012 solar eclipse - taken in Las Vegas, NV. The eclipse was not total there - it only got to about 94%.

    Infrared filter used.


    Black and white - no filter - beginning of eclipse.


    Infrared filter used.


    Infrared filter used - as complete as it was going to get from our vantage point - about 94%.


    Infrared filter used.


    Infrared filter used - eclipse complete and coming out the other side.


    No filters used. Lens flare shows upside-down and backwards image of eclipse.


    This one is just goofy - infrared filter held in front of iPhone lens. Very odd lens flare!

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    Quote Originally Posted by will View Post
    Has anyone here used any image stacking software? Macro Photography has a very shallow depth of field. Image stacking allows multiple pictures to be stacked creating a picture that has a lot more in focus. This would have to be done with stationary subjects as multiple pictures of the subject have to be taken.
    I have used CombineZP in a few photographs. Some seeds and seedlings pics taken under microscope, and some other taken with conventional DSLR setup. It is simple and quick to use and you can get if for free (GNU Public License). Some pics didn't turn out looking completely natural (at least if viewed at 100%), but for a very casual work and casual needs, it is a nice and useful tool.

    Just take enough photographs. It looks weird if there is an unsharp layer in the middle of the depth of field.

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