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Post your photography skills! (self-gloss)

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by JetBlast, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. TO Tie Guy

    TO Tie Guy Senior member

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    Hi there, the object in the middle of the Salar is a jeep. It was stopped in the middle of the shot and gave a real sense of scale to the image. I quite like that inclusion.

    The Pasachoa HDR is an interesting image because I really wasn't even going to do any multiple exposures when I got up there then I saw this brilliant scene where the clouds were literally rushing by our heads (4100m will do that to ya!) and saw an opening where the sun was coming through. I decided to give it a go and I really think I got lucky with a stunning scene. Thanks for the comments about it, it is also one of my favorite photos and will be on my wall soon!

    It was merged from 3 exposures -1, 0, +1 run through photomatix pro and no a slight curve adjustment in ps4.

    Here are two more from Bolivia, the first is a fun perspective photo that my girlfriend and i took on the salt flats.

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    Sweet Revenge! by Geee Kay, on Flickr

    and the second one is an hdr of La Paz, Bolivia. This was taken at sunset from El Alto (4000m) the mountain overlooking La Paz is Illimani and it is majesttic, I believe it is 5600m.

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    La Paz, Bolivia - HDR by Geee Kay, on Flickr
     


  2. Krp480

    Krp480 Senior member

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    ^Wow, those HDRs are great! I like the first photo also :) Kind of a funny photo.

    il- congrats! Send us a couple of issues of the magazine :p


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    Thought this was pretty cool.
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    brianja Senior member

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  4. Kai

    Kai Senior member

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  5. Krp480

    Krp480 Senior member

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    Wow, where's that?
     


  6. NOBD

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    Moss on brick

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  7. CDFS

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    ^Shallow depth of field remains a beautiful thing.
     


  8. NOBD

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    Same wall, paint on brick

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  9. il ciclista

    il ciclista Senior member

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    one for my class project. NOBD that moss pic is awesome. Great DoF..Lax, I'll have a digital copy for yall. :)

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  10. NOBD

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    Thanks, IC. Nice train pic. Did you selectively soften it?



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    A few more:

    Blue paint on brick, and old screw

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  11. il ciclista

    il ciclista Senior member

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    yes I did. I felt that there was too much going on that distracted from the trains, but I was told to shoot the main subject in f22
     


  12. Kai

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    Tetons. Wyoming.
     


  13. il ciclista

    il ciclista Senior member

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    here's my first try at the milky way galaxy. gonna try it again in new zealand and stack several frames together to get some more detail. could only get one frame here (30 sec exposure) cause my gf and me were in the middle of nowhere and were surrounded by wild kangeroos and wombats (i had to dodge them on the road for 50 kms!). fun as hell windy hilly drive though

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    IMG_1466 by table4one?, on Flickr
     
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  15. Krp480

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    WOW! I tried doing something like that, but couldnt! How did you get it like that?
     


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