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April 1, 2008 in Digital Camera Lab
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^ and you maintain it pretty damn well!! well done man, awesome shots, I like your style :D My fav is #1 and #4.
i love the lipstick ad one.
Thanks a lot guys, I would post more but to be honest commercial photography bore me. I love photography, every bit of it, but the application of it its what troubles me, lately I have been doing some photos for a new ad campaign for an university and I doubt that anyone here would be interested in seeing some people studying and stuff. But well, we need to eat, right? My thing its still artistic photography, but I use analog for that, for me nothing beats using a real darkroom.
@Pandya: delicious photo :).
@rounds: HDRI? Sky effects look awesome.
Some pictures of Spring in the UK in 2008. Taken yesterday during the afternoon. Not done this much before!
(Canon Ixus 70 stock images with Picasa compressed uploading)
Nothing to special about this one, but worthy of a posting.
My first shots with Canon 40D mated with Sigma 150mm Macro :) No tripod, no external flash, auto mode lol, but I didn't care coz I waited too long to try this equipment out :)
try something like a 30 or 45 degree angle.
Also, do you have any liters on the lens? They might be causing those reflections.
Yeah, there are still a lot things I need to experimen with :) I was drunk when I took these pictures by the way lol :D
LOL! I love the honesty.
My girlfriend's cat.
Taken with my Nikon D60 (18-55mm Kit lens).
Let me know how the picture looks (colorwise) had some problems with ICC profiles. The front of the little house, is it like brown or more of an orange (bright).
Cats ^ :heart:
new toy today: Manfrotto Tripod (190XPROB + 390RC2). Made in Italy. Hott!
That's quite an exaggeration! :D But yeah, it appears to be so...just a little.
I've been playing a lot with the exposure today. These two shots have been picked out of around 300 :D
Arrr love playing with slow shutter speeds experiment a lot with different ISO and aperture you will get some cool shots doing what your doing in that one you posted.
Camera shake is a bit of a problem use a timer to take the photo or get a remote I have the wired remote myself.
Yeah, pressing the button without shaking the camera even on a tripod was a bit challenging. I am definitely gonna get a wired remote some day :)
Set your camera to self timer. Usually around 10 seconds isn't it? enough time to press the button and steer clear of nudging anything!
Took this with my phone like 2 years ago.
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