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Sethos
nice! You should get a flickr account Sethos.

Cheers and I do have a flickr account, to share my amateur shots :laugh:

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MasterC

Jetty.jpg

30 second exposure with my 350D.

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badldragon
Jetty.jpg

30 second exposure with my 350D.

Nice, very noir-ish

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crazzy88ss
30 second exposure with my 350D.

looks famaliar, where is it?

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MasterC
Nice, very noir-ish

Thanks :)

looks famaliar, where is it?

Dana Point Harbor. I was standing right at the beginning of the jetty.

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Argote
Dunno why I like this but I do. What is it?

It makes me think of 80's man/machine shows like airwolf/street hawk/knightrider. Don't ask me why that's just what conjures in my mind when i look at it.

Well it is a sculpture at my University it is several meters long. I have been unable to find the title of the piece though.

One photo near my parent's home:

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Two photos of my recent trip to Mexico City:

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badldragon

Was playing around with long exposures and a torch with the wee lad today. Got some cool shots, though I couldn't seem to get images pin sharp. I pre-focused to the height of the torch above the camera but still got slighty soft images - might be due to the torch I was using?

Anyways:

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You can see the dirt on my UV filter in this image :blush:

Really liking this little image:

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I cropped a good bit from it, was nothing in the cropped off section just black. Thinking it may become my new photog avatar or sig image.

Any tips on getting sharper focus, was at F/22 on bulb. The torch I was using was LED but the bulb didn't protrude so that when it reached the top of each swing the light isn't pointing towards the camera (that's why the faded trails towards the outer edge of each pic).

4 sleeps! :D

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digitaljames

tks.... bdldragon....

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D700 + Sigmalux @ 1.4

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Prince Charming
Was playing around with long exposures and a torch with the wee lad today. Got some cool shots, though I couldn't seem to get images pin sharp. I pre-focused to the height of the torch above the camera but still got slighty soft images - might be due to the torch I was using?

Anyways:

I cropped a good bit from it, was nothing in the cropped off section just black. Thinking it may become my new photog avatar or sig image.

Any tips on getting sharper focus, was at F/22 on bulb. The torch I was using was LED but the bulb didn't protrude so that when it reached the top of each swing the light isn't pointing towards the camera (that's why the faded trails towards the outer edge of each pic).

4 sleeps! :D

images snipped for great justice :)

some awesome ones there, good long exposure work from a technical perspective. some are quite mesmerising. for sharper focus on something where you don't *know* where focus will be, and obviously, autofocus can't lock on, you're pretty much on limited options. what I would recommend is a larger aperture - at f/22 you're likely suffering diffraction limitations which are going to start softening the image quite a bit.

An alternative solution to just stopping down - use a shorter focal length. A 17mm lens on an APS-C sensor at f/8 hits its hyperfocal at just 6.3ft, as an example.

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badldragon
images snipped for great justice :)

some awesome ones there, good long exposure work from a technical perspective. some are quite mesmerising. for sharper focus on something where you don't *know* where focus will be, and obviously, autofocus can't lock on, you're pretty much on limited options. what I would recommend is a larger aperture - at f/22 you're likely suffering diffraction limitations which are going to start softening the image quite a bit.

An alternative solution to just stopping down - use a shorter focal length. A 17mm lens on an APS-C sensor at f/8 hits its hyperfocal at just 6.3ft, as an example.

I used f22 to limit the light (couldnt get it totally dark) but i just remenered i have an nd4 filter, couldve used that an opened up the iris a bit - d'oh. I'll try that next time.

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Argote

Balddragon, really cool shots, did the lamp have the colors or where they added in post?

Some more shots from my trip to Mexico City:

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badldragon
Balddragon, really cool shots, did the lamp have the colors or where they added in post?

it was a little gerber torch with a rotating lens with 4 coloured gels. I jusy turned it halfway beteween 2 coulors to get the two colour effect you see. Except for the star one - thats a case of multi exposures

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Argote
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Bubbabyte

trying out some new watermarking :p (I was bored)

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these will probably be my last pics with the XT.. i'm hoping to get a T1i on boxing day. Mid level SLR is still way out of my range :(

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Argote

Keeping up with the sudden influx of dog photos:

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Bubbabyte

Nice pic Argote.. I used to have a pit, greatest dogs in the world IMO, that one is beautiful.

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