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« Reply #100 on: 25 Sep 2006, 07:22 »

New page!  Some of these could benefit from some basic editing (croping mostly) but I don't have a decent photo app on my work machine.  From my way to work this morning.





Autumn is most definitely in the air and it is very hard to take a bad photograph with scenery like this.  You can see the rest here.
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« Reply #101 on: 01 Oct 2006, 13:10 »

These are some pics I took a few years ago while visiting newyork, I actually went to MOCCA and got a signed QC poster that trip....











I have since broken the camera that took these photos, and it makes me sad.
I have also seem to have lost the photo I took of Jeph, also sad.

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« Reply #102 on: 02 Oct 2006, 01:53 »

Just a photo of one of my afternoon snacks.

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« Reply #103 on: 10 Oct 2006, 17:28 »



This is a weird type mural thing on the side of the District Attorney's office in Pittsfield, MA.

It's 5 long strands of some type of cloth or something literally hanging on the side of the building. Pittsfield's where the first recorded mention of baseball in the United States was..so they've been on a huge baseball related art kick lately.

As for the tech details, I took it this afternoon with my RAZR, which claims to have a 1 megapixel camera. Nifty!
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« Reply #104 on: 01 Nov 2006, 08:56 »

Those are actually pretty good for someone who is only first semester, however some of them could do with some basic editing (contrast and cropping).
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« Reply #105 on: 03 Nov 2006, 02:29 »

*drool*

Nice pic of the Tele.
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« Reply #106 on: 06 Nov 2006, 07:22 »


random dowtown walk.

my mom's house.

symbollic much?

frozen waterfalls in my town.

sorry for so many! I love to take pictures. What do you think?
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« Reply #107 on: 29 Nov 2006, 11:34 »









There's a few of mine :-)
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« Reply #108 on: 05 Dec 2006, 06:23 »


it was very cloudy outside of my door

the only street light on our street is infront of my house

just clouds

i was walking to my best friends house when I noticed the only tree in the park

this was taken in my room

this is my dog<333 Cisco, I love him so much
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« Reply #109 on: 07 Dec 2006, 08:36 »

Just and FYI --most of my pics (taken with a Kodak Easy Share that my family got for Christmas a long time ago, lol) are mostly of animals! Haha! But here's some of the nicer ones -also, sorry they are so large...it didn't down them very much...:





More can be seen on my photobucket page: http://s4.photobucket.com/albums/y147/ThePQ4/
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« Reply #110 on: 27 Dec 2006, 04:27 »

Here are some of my pictures, some my parents are not exactly very happy about, but I have to share them. I have to go through and delete some too..some I took forever ago and they are waayyy crappy. I love what all of you guys have done! Streetlights are so much fun to photograph.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/hartleyk
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« Reply #111 on: 27 Dec 2006, 09:17 »

A photo I took in Queenstown, New Zealand.

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« Reply #112 on: 27 Dec 2006, 20:51 »


Taken with Canon Elan 7e 35mm.  Fuji 200 film. North Park, San Diego, CA.
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« Reply #113 on: 28 Dec 2006, 21:08 »

the colours in that shot are incredible. i wish i could shoot better at night :/

train station, 6am, still a bit drunk:




gigs gigs gigs gigs



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« Reply #114 on: 29 Dec 2006, 03:12 »

I got a nikon d50 for christmas with two sigma lenses :) and a few other things... absolute bargainage as well!

Here's a link to my dA gallery... there are pages of my photos... enjoy  :laugh:
http://poser1005.deviantart.com/gallery/

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« Reply #115 on: 29 Dec 2006, 22:09 »

here's some of my stuff: http://s146.photobucket.com/albums/r244/TheFuriousWombat/

i'll post some of my personal favorites i guess:

















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« Reply #116 on: 30 Dec 2006, 02:00 »





photo of emily haines of metric. she's such a sexy asshole



jenny lewis



ted leo
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« Reply #117 on: 09 Jan 2007, 22:25 »


Taken with Canon Elan 7e 35mm.  Fuji 200 film. Mission Beach, San Diego, CA.
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« Reply #118 on: 10 Jan 2007, 03:47 »

A bridge in Japan, in the general vicinity of Hiroshima:

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« Reply #119 on: 10 Jan 2007, 04:57 »

A bridge in Japan, in the general vicinity of Hiroshima:
Is it glowing green because of the radiation from our oh-so-fabulous bomb we gifted them last century?
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« Reply #120 on: 11 Jan 2007, 15:21 »

I used to do a lot of digital photography, but have been doing a film photography course at school that's been distracting me. I like all the options you can fiddle with on a digital camera to get wierd and cool looking photos.

A couple of my photos:



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« Reply #121 on: 11 Jan 2007, 23:34 »

Heres a pic of my house plant
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« Reply #122 on: 12 Jan 2007, 04:40 »

I spent my semester-long photo course without taking anything I was really proud of, until today. Our assignment was to make a panorama picture of somewhere in our school and I just took my liberties with the dark room, turned on and open up all of the enlargers.

These are some of my favorites.








I still don't know which of these two I prefer. The green light is a cool effect.







Whaddya think?
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« Reply #123 on: 15 Jan 2007, 13:03 »

I can't do any thumb nails, but if you want to check out my deviantArt page, go ahead. http://karaelise.deviantart.com/gallery
I hope that you like them, because I don't ;p
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« Reply #124 on: 19 Jan 2007, 09:46 »

Taken on Martin Luther King Jr. day at the National Museum of Natural History.
Hurrah for prehistoric turtles!
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« Reply #125 on: 21 Feb 2007, 16:08 »

I walked out onto the lake this afternoon and spent some time taking pictures.  I was basically just shooting a lot of one scene at different settings so I could merge them to HDR photographs.  These are basically the same scene, the difference is how I converted the photographs down to an 8 bit from a 32 bit image.  The first uses histogram equalizing, the second does something with gamma and exposure:

[img width= height=]http://photography.dpscarnecchia.com/albums/mt-tom-hdr/mount_tom_HDR1.jpg[/img]

[img width= height=]http://photography.dpscarnecchia.com/albums/mt-tom-hdr/mount_tom_HDR2.jpg[/img]

When I was done, I started messing around with the gamma and exposure settings in the down conversion from 32 bit to 8 bit images.

[img width= height=]http://photography.dpscarnecchia.com/albums/mt-tom-hdr/mount_tom_HDR_experimental.jpg[/img]

[img width= height=]http://photography.dpscarnecchia.com/albums/mt-tom-hdr/mount_tom_HDR_experimental2.jpg[/img]

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, and basically it is a photograph that covers several stops more than a normal photograph, in one image.  It's accomplished by taking multiple photographs (30 in this case) and merging them together, allowing you to capture detail in both the darkest and the brightest areas without washing them out or being full of heavy shadows.
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« Reply #126 on: 22 Feb 2007, 21:44 »

I understand the same effect is had through preexposure of film.  I have never gotten it to work though....

I took this picture recently.  I like how rusty the movement is.  I discovered shooting in the dark made it easier to not burn the highlights and still have a dynamic depth of field.

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« Reply #127 on: 24 Feb 2007, 00:29 »

I love macro shots, I really really do.
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« Reply #128 on: 25 Feb 2007, 15:14 »

From the photo project I've been complaining about for aaages. This isn't the actual print; it's a digital shot I took to show my friend/model what it looked like. I'm pretty pleased, though, even if the tones aren't perfect. The original (on the right) is a Hopper.

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« Reply #129 on: 25 Feb 2007, 22:38 »

Some of my stuff...




I don't get too serious about it. All I have is a $200 digital and no training, but I do my best.
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« Reply #130 on: 04 Mar 2007, 18:01 »

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a46/ironoxide887/5.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a46/ironoxide887/6.jpg
I still don't know which of these two I prefer. The green light is a cool effect.
I definitely like the last one better of these two.
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« Reply #131 on: 10 Mar 2007, 15:06 »

Whee, went to the beach today, did some snappin'

First thing I spotted? DEAD BURD!



Water!



It was pretty calm for such a nice day, altough we did meet a teacher of ours :)



Hole in a tree!



Spiral of flowrz! And some minor experimentation with the macro thingsy!

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« Reply #132 on: 19 Mar 2007, 08:32 »

that flower pic is awesome!
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« Reply #133 on: 20 Mar 2007, 15:50 »



I need to take more photos. Actually I just didn't have time to print 3 photos for a project. but I really do need to take more photos in general.

Photos of photos.
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« Reply #134 on: 31 Mar 2007, 11:07 »

Oh, but I love the last one. It has the tones of a Dutch still life.
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« Reply #135 on: 31 Mar 2007, 17:55 »

Zoo photo! I like more dynamic subjects than landscapes and still-lifes- prarie dogs for me any day.

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« Reply #136 on: 05 Apr 2007, 10:54 »

Dude, prairie dogs are hilarious. I love them.

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« Reply #137 on: 05 Apr 2007, 19:30 »

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« Reply #138 on: 06 Apr 2007, 15:16 »

I've always wanted to learn how to develop pictures. (Totally off-topic, I know, but I read your first post and was all like "Hey, cool, developing photos!")
It seems like a very cool process, but lord knows I'd probably mess up my pictures the first hundred times. :'D
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« Reply #139 on: 08 Apr 2007, 17:40 »

I agree. Film is wicked expensive.  DIY gives you the ability to really control the qualities of the print, but the cost of equipment, chemicals, paper, and film is staggering.  They'll pry my film cameras from my cold dead hands, but I really like the 20D.
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« Reply #142 on: 10 Apr 2007, 21:25 »

here's some of my favs that i've taken, most of them from in and around my school (excuse the weird texture on some of them, my scanner isn't the best, and they do look a little large...maybe i'll get around to optimizing them :p):







This one was taken using a pinhole camera that i made out of a Quaker Oats container.  Put a very small hole in a box along with a piece of photographic paper and expose it for about thirty seconds.  The tube shape of the container gave it the warped look:



I developed this one using a technique called solarization which is basically pulling the picture out of the developing chemicals before its finished, rinsing it with water, re-exposing it under an enlarger, then completing its run through the chemicals:



~Rob


i love these, especially the pinhole one. i never thought of making a pinhole camera out of an oatmeal can, i will have to try that.
i found these little kits online where you can assemble your own pinhole camera, and they look like little SLRs. they're cute.

the solarization turned out really neat too.
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« Reply #143 on: 10 Apr 2007, 21:35 »

these are all digital, i haven't had the time to bring in/scan film yet.



















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« Reply #145 on: 26 Apr 2007, 17:48 »

Misconception, I really like those, especially the 2nd and 3rd ones

Here are a couple of mine, I usually do black and white...with one of those crazy ghetto cameras that actually use film (lol) but I left my 35mm at home  :-( so I've been using my digital instead *shrug* ..they arent great, but  I might post some of my good B&W ones when I return to Oklahoma in may and can scan them into my computer or whatev





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« Reply #147 on: 26 Apr 2007, 22:03 »

All of these are straight off my camera, a cheap Kodak P&S.
Of course, they look better in large, which you can get by clicking on them, which will take you to my flickr.





(this one I cropped a little)











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« Reply #148 on: 27 Apr 2007, 17:28 »

Photography is my second love.








Sorry there's so many. If it's too much, let me know.
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