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Anibal P

Today is the 35th anniversary of the Three Mile Island meltdown.

 

Three Mile Island

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Date Taken: 2014-03-28 17:00:15

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Power Lines

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Date Taken: 2014-03-28 17:15:42

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Power Lines and TMI

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Date Taken: 2014-03-28 17:53:47

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I used to live downriver from there, or was it upriver?  Lived between it and York in York Haven 

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beanboy89

I used to live downriver from there, or was it upriver?  Lived between it and York in York Haven

That was taken a bit downriver from York Haven from the observation point at Rocky Ridge County Park.
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beanboy89

Sachs Covered Bridge 1

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Date Taken: 2014-04-19 18:45:46

Sachs Covered Bridge 2

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Date Taken: 2014-04-19 19:00:33

 

York County Heritage Rail Trail

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Date Taken: 2014-04-27 19:42:06

 

Marquis Lafayette Statue

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Date Taken: 2014-04-28 00:03:38

York Colonial Complex

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Date Taken: 2014-04-27 23:39:14

York Waterfront

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Date Taken: 2014-04-27 20:03:29

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Mystic Mungis

So I've never owned a good camera but always fancied trying out photography. I got a Lumia 1020 in February and on Tuesday we had some lovely weather so took a trip with some friends and tried my hand at using Pro Cam on it. I literally know nothing about photography but even knowing nothing about it and just randomly swiping settings till it looked nice I found myself getting quite relaxed and I found that I enjoyed my day a lot more because of it. Think I'll end up buying a DSLR soon, even if I never learn to use it properly it was just such a nice and relaxing experience :)! So here's a couple of pictures I took, nothing impressive and I couldn't tell you anything about them since, like I said, I was just swiping things randomly :P

 

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This one was taken out of a car going at 45mph, thought it would have turned out really blurry but was surprised by how sharp it was!

 

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TAZMINATOR

BMX yesterday:

 

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TAZMINATOR

ATV yesterday:

 

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beanboy89

Took this today while waking around. First time I've done a HDR exposure. It was hand held and not on a tripod so may not be as sharp as it could be. Any feedback would be appreciated. Full size on link.

 

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/121266186@N08/14046646229/

Looks pretty good, and not overblown like some HDRs. The colors pop just enough to look natural, but not too much to seem overprocessed. Does your camera have an HDR mode, or are you manually creating the HDR via something like Photoshop?

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Stealthy_Singh

 

Looks pretty good, and not overblown like some HDRs. The colors pop just enough to look natural, but not too much to seem overprocessed. Does your camera have an HDR mode, or are you manually creating the HDR via something like Photoshop?

 

Thanks beanboy!  :D

 

I use a 6D. It has a HDR mode but only in JPEG. I did this with 3 exposures 2 stop difference and processed in lightroom 5 with enfuse so I used the RAWs manually. I've seen a lot of HDR shots. Some really good and some that have an otherworldly CGI kind of look. I was trying to avoid that and try and bring out what was there as much as I could.

 

Looking at it now after a day I think the greens are a little saturated. Obviously I need to use a tripod looking at the tree in the foreground. I might get a cheap one just to keep in my car all the time as well as my heavier one that I would take out when I'm going with photography in mind. 

 

Any advice you might offer?

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Draconian Guppy

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Picture from today.

Out of camera the picture was really meh.
Lightroom + photoshop for the magic touch ;D
No flashes or any artificial lights just the sun. 

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Stealthy_Singh

Some photos from my walk last night:

 

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TAZMINATOR

Went out to take some photos today:

 

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Colin.B

These aren't new but were taken fairy recently when my daughter and I were at the park.

 

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Dot Matrix

Today is the 35th anniversary of the Three Mile Island meltdown.

 

Three Mile Island

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Date Taken: 2014-03-28 17:00:15

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Power Lines

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Date Taken: 2014-03-28 17:15:42

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Power Lines and TMI

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I forgot other people are in this area as well!

 

I grew up in TMI's shadow... Crazy to think about that accident.

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Dane

I grew up in TMI's shadow... Crazy to think about that accident.

Yeah my wife, and her family have a cabin on the island behind Three Mile Island.   I've posted pictures of TMI from there on here before. It's so odd when the steam stops. 

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Dot Matrix

My first attempt at a sunset HDR. Shot with bracketing on the Nokia Camera.

 

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Yeah my wife, and her family have a cabin on the island behind Three Mile Island.   I've posted pictures of TMI from there on here before. It's so odd when the steam stops. 

 

Wow. That's close. Those islands were always nice to visit for a day trip of fishing and kayaking, though.

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Colin.B

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A bee got into my room the other day so i took a pic

 

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