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I swear my camera is making everything I shoot darker. I dunno maybe it's just my imagination.
Although, because the mirror in it is jammed, whenever I look through the viewfinder I have a faint mirror image of everything I look at. It's a bit trippy and confusing XD
Ha I really need a new camera :D
But on the upside, I really have got the hang of taking self portraits using manual focus ;)
Anyway, how is everyone? :)
Week 4 52 in 2015, theme is shooting through an opening. This was shot this AM Jan 19th through a window.
Trina came for a visit last weekend, I had a great time shooting with her.
Here we are on Amboy Rd on our way to Amboy .
While I was shooting this photo I could have been shot!
Photography is very interesting! As of today all my friends classify photography in extreme sports or hobbies! Why? The answer is simple...You're always trying to push the boundaries! There's no mountain high enough :). You're always trying to find some hidden passage, to climb higher, going off road, getting yourself in tricky situations...just to shoot something beautiful, something different what nobody else did...
Or someone just wants to kill you because he thinks you're from Environmentally Friendly Organizations, as was the case with me! It was almost dark, some man with his headlights off stopped by the road, he pulled a gun out of the vehicle, pointed towards me, and start yelling that he going to shoot me if I don't run. He told me that all the people of Environmentally Friendly Organizations are pests (but I'm just an amature photographer). I didn't run, I raised my camera, fired flash at him, then I start recording and yelling back to him but after the flash fired he drove away... Just to say this is wasn't private property.
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Crossing the River Trent at Newark weir is EWS liveried Shed 66116 heading the 07.15 Lindsey Refinery - Kingsbury loaded oils (6M57) on 12th March 2015.
Somehow, these seedheads remind me of shooting stars ...
Good morning everyone. Heres an upload for today. Its a vertical panorama made on my Zero pinhole camera using Ilford PanF50 film.
If you fancy having a play with film photogrpahy to see if its for you, why not join one of my film shoot and process days where you get free film, can borrow a camera if you need one and spend the day learning how to shoot with it and then how to process mono film at home without a dark room.
You will find details on all of my photography workshops across the UK HERE
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Here's an image from my 2010 Great Ocean Road workshop showing a participant shooting the coast.
I've just announced one for 7-9 December 2012 on my blog.
lead guitarist "Majestic Counsel" my good friend -- first day
photo shoot -- majesticcounsel.com
midnight in the San Juans
OK, everyone does this, so I am joining the crowd. This was shot with a 300mm 2.8 Manual Lens, a TC301 converter and a sturdy tripod. I locked the mirror up prior to shooting. Processed with CS4 and OnOne to sharpen. Adjusted the curves slightly.
I hope the weather is good tomorrow for the Foothills meet and greet.
I discovered that peppermint schnapps is the most important ingredient for good night shots when it's 15 degrees. This shot is entirely lit by the moon at midnight.
I would just like to thank my good friend Garry Smith(shooting Mr.Smith) for modelling for this image.
60 shots, stacked on top of each other.
I went on a hike/bushwhack along Ruckel Creek with some good friends yesterday. We were amazed at just how dry the creek was--almost no water at all, to the point where we hiked down the creek from the lower Ruckel waterfall almost all the way to the road instead of scrambling back up the hill.
It was an eerie, otherworldly experience as we walked down the streambed. It resembled a very bumpy gravel road, dry but slick with dead algae. We followed it under boulders, through tunnels, around drops in the rock where waterfalls would normally flow. It was like walking through the Gorge in an alternate universe, where all the water had boiled out in a few hundred years and all that was left were memories. Creepy, but neat (since it wasn't true).
I found this pool above the loosely-termed Lower Ruckel Falls. I had the urge to climb up above and see what was to be found, and it's a beautiful area. We have some great pictures of Victor and Patrick standing above the opening for the waterfall at the top. Good fun. I love the movement of the leaves in the pool--it looks like shooting stars dropping through the sky.
And if you're a waterfallaholic, check out the t-shirt competition!
30-second exposure - Hoya Moose Polarizer/Warming Filter
Here's another Milky Way Panorama from Bryce Canyon. I hiked along Navajo Loop Trail on this moonless, cloudless night until one end of the Milky Way seemed to be shooting stars out of Thor's Hammer....
The shot is a stitched 6 frame panorama.
The breadth and variety of nature's beauty can truly be a humbling sight.
Shootin sun,shoots across the sky
like a brilliance never seen before.
Shooting sun,shoots across the sky
perfoming a miracle by giving hope.
Title and Quote by: Schuma
What happens when two photo buddies find colorful lights, snow and few people? They chuckle, chortle, smile and shoot like maniacs! The inner child is very present.
Had a great sunrise shoot with my Flickr buddy Jeff this morning in Laguna Beach! The Montage was an obvious choice since he had never been in the area before. Despite the uninspiring blue sky, those were 4 hrs of fun shooting and great conversation :)
Thanks, Jeff!! :))
Make sure you check out his Jeff's beautiful landscape photography www.flickr.com/photos/jmaltzman/ He rocks!!
My photog buddy Mario shooting at me but I got him first!
View his work: www.flickr.com/photos/marioscosma/
The summer days are gone too soon
You shoot the moon
And miss completely
And now you're left to face the gloom
The empty room that once smelled sweetly
Of all the flowers you plucked if only
You knew the reason
Why you had to each be lonely
Was it just the season?
I wish all my contacts a great and sunny weekend.
Landscape near my hometown.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, CS4, Color Efex Pro
Can we pretend that airplanes In the night sky are like shooting stars?
I could really use a wish right now.....
This particular night I seemingly timed my shooting perfectly, starting out in Adventureland just before park close and then wrapping around into Frontierland. Once I was in Frontierland shooting down the main walking path there wasn't a soul in sight. I then realized the shooting gallery was open and still lit up so I knew I had to get a picture of it as I had never seen it empty before. And here it is, enjoy!
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"Can we pretend that airplanes in the night sky are like shooting stars?
I can really use a wish right now
wish right now
wish right now..."
B.O.B. - Airplanes
This image was made at Kattfjordeidet a frozen lake. There were four of us shooting in all directions at this location.
Half way (Andy)
Having nothing better to do on Sunday morning, I decided to drop in on Google to see if they had matters in hand. Now, I'm no expert on these kinds of things, but judging from the sheer amount of buildings, I'd say things are coming along quite nicely for them. Google is a city unto itself, and sports an employee base that is roughly 25 times greater than the population of my hometown.
The only fly in the ointment on this day, was that I was accosted by Google security personnel on two occasions while shooting on their grounds. Accosted is actually too severe. These were the nicest security guards I've come across. The first thing they did was welcome me to Google, and then informed me that I could take pictures as long as I didn't shoot at the windows. You know those strategic trade secrets are just sitting on top of the desks waiting to be photographed. Maybe they are, but I was much more interested in the vibrant colors, especially the snazzy lawn furniture and those cool tri-colored bikes.
Keep your eyes away from those windows.
Google Headquarters, Mountain View CA