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The network is broken down for almost two weeks now my dear friends. I am sooo sorry, I hope i will be back soon. They told me that will be fix by this friday, i miss you guys
Sorry for couldn't visit your work now, because i am using the computer from library. Very limited things that i can do.
Not Even can view the photos!!!!
The network was broken straight after i posted this photo. i not even got time to write my descriptions telling you the problem.
Please wait for me, when i come back i will visit your photos stream my dear friends!!!
I never really tried using the 50mm 1.4 for HDR's especially when it comes to bokeh..
I shot one raw image then brought it into lightroom for 4 more exposures.. tonemapped w/photomatix 3.1 & finalized in cs3.
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First off I want to say thank you so much to the 8 of you that entered! I loved seeing what you guys came up with and I will keep the group up so you can always add!
Now, on to the winners. There is only the first place prize, which is the custom zombie I made here. Note to the winner that the arm does not move. There was a mishap and it got glued on.
First place is........... Banjo Russel! Great custom man, I'd love to see more.
Honorable mentions go to Figler and Joemark Asevedo!
If you would like this as your prize flickr mail me and I'll get back to you!
The winner in 4 th Arab Union of Photographers e.V. competition
in Art photography Categories
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The Art of photography
Una doppia trazione, formata dalla E 186-281 e dalla E 486-503, transita nei pressi di Oberaudorf (D) con il TEC monocliente Winner spedition diretto a Verona Quadrante Europa.
Through A Glass Darkly#22
Available as a limited edition print here
-Start New Year with right decision
The winner of the adult's triatlon (Tau'a Rapa Nui) - Easter Island
I'm back home since Monday night... back to reality and slowly cathing up with Flickr :))
Margerie Glacier, Glacier Bay National Park, massive blocks fall from the ceiling of an ice cave into the ocean. More more please visit www.ccphototx.com
Here's a little teaser related to a project I'm working on. When an awesome suit company came to me and said "We'd like you to do a series of shoots against a white seamless," my first reaction was "OK, but that's pretty much the opposite of my areas of expertise." But I'm always trying to push my own envelope, so I welcomed it, and brought a different way of thinking than someone raised on the world of high-key strobes and v-flats. Motion, stillness, expression, color and texture all appeal to me, and with a fair bit of tinkering we were able to bring that all together.
A lot of times wedding photographers get the question "Have you shot in this venue before?" like it's a huge advantage. But I find that the bigger challenge is shooting in a place I've already been in many, many times, like Grand Central Terminal. It's very hard to shake myself free of the trappings of previous shoots and see it in new ways, but collaborating with Tatiana we were able to make a change.
Grand Central is a beautiful building with incredibly muddy, uninteresting light, and you can't set up light stands without very quickly getting yelled at by people with big guns. But with a little creative flash placement and quick work transforms muddiness into a fiery glow.
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Una doppia di E 185 (unità 119 e 124) transita al terzo piano di Wassen (CH) con il consueto TEC monocliente Winner, proveniente da Wuppertal e diretto a Piacenza.
I had a fantastic time in San Francisco, and shooting Alex and Betty's wedding was by far the best part. This was a shot where my twin doctrines of "anything for the shot" and "I'll be paranoid so you don't have to be" bumped heads with each other. Alex, Betty, and most of their friends are photographers, and had been told about this great spot to get a photo with the Bay Bridge in the background. One problem: It was a 45-degree trail of loose dirt through underbrush in the darkness: Not really wedding dress friendly.
We were all willing, but it struck me why it made me nervous: No way I'm going to let a bride to a dangerous thing if, instead, I can do the dangerous thing. So instead of going down the path I scrambled up a hillside of loose dirt, taking a dive in the process. This is why a) we buy tough cameras and lenses and b) I wear untearable, easily washable pants to weddings instead of easily shredded designer stuff. The groom, of course, captured some of the process here: www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10101323732191872&set...