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« Reply #50 on: 23 Jan 2006, 00:16 »


My Piano teacher's cat.


Park Ave, NYC


Columbus Circle, NYC
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« Reply #51 on: 29 Jan 2006, 16:09 »

Me likes the statue :)

Hmm... I should let that roll of film I have laying around get developed...
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« Reply #52 on: 29 Jan 2006, 17:31 »

Snazzy photos.



I'd actually really like to get into photography, but I don't know shit about cameras. I'm pretty sure I want a digital. As cool as developing photos myself would be, I don't have the space or anyting for developing lab things. But yeah, any reccomendations of brands, whatever? I'm working in a $150-300 range, so.
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« Reply #53 on: 15 Mar 2006, 15:48 »

Arrghhh... so much to post... so little time.

I will post tons of stuff.

<- former Combat Camera photog for USAF.

Until I can get some indepth stuff, some tips:

1. When in doubt, rule of thirds.
2. Rule of thirds can be broken but should never be defaulted to
3. Blow the background out by opening up the aperture to put the attention on your subject (unless you need everything in focus).  Most AF cameras have a depth-of-view preview button

Past:
Nikon F3HP
(Why I love this camera: I was out on the flightline in Washington State about 3 o'clock in the morning during the winter with strong winds and temp at about -30F.  The motor drive died.  The camera did not.  The pictures came out great.)

Nikon n8008 with Kodak DCS200
(One of the first digital setups.  I hated digital (despite carrying two bodies on my person at all times).  You know what, I still hate digital.  Let me know when digital hits 30 megapixels, lock-up mirrors and multiple exposures.)

Bronica SQ-Ai
(Medium Format for the win.  Medium Format Slides FTW.)

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Nikon N80
(Oh baby I need a flash and a shiny new Nikon F6.)
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« Reply #54 on: 23 Mar 2006, 15:17 »

There are a lot of pictures here I really like!  I don't do photography at all, but it's my favorite visual art form.  I'd say my favorite one was the second one of saturnine's first post.
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« Reply #55 on: 23 Mar 2006, 17:22 »

I'm currently in my first semester of photo class (but have already pretty much decided to minor in photography).  I've got a Nikon F80 which is quickly becoming my best friend.  

this one was actually the very first print i ever developed in the dark room (after the contact sheet for the roll of film, if you count that...)


some other pics I've done this semester:
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/30456880/
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/30139155/
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/30138918/
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« Reply #56 on: 23 Mar 2006, 18:23 »

Geez, that is lightyears beyond my first print. I really like your stuff, reva! Especially the second link with the ice, that is a pretty unusual picture. The last one looks like it might've been a good one to capture in color! Every once in a while a black-and-white photo comes along and I say, "damn, I wish that was in color."
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« Reply #57 on: 23 Mar 2006, 23:24 »


Sadly I appear to have lost the original file for this one.  It sucks because it's a great shot.







I'm crossing my fingers that I haven't lost the negatives for those last three in all the moves of the past year.

More coming.  Most likely without the watermarks because they're a pain in the ass to add.

The first was taken with a Nikon D70, the second with a Nikon 8008, and the last two with a Nikon N70.

I've moved this to the arts & crafts forum because it doesn't really fit in the comics & drawing forum now.
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« Reply #58 on: 24 Mar 2006, 00:47 »

I took this at Auckland airport when I was over there at Christmas:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/5c/Flagofnewzealandaucklandairport.jpg

Makes me proud to have been born there. As you may have noticed, I put it up on Wikipedia.
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« Reply #59 on: 24 Mar 2006, 08:35 »

These may go down and then up, as I'm still working on a gallery solution.





I really, really hate .jpg
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« Reply #60 on: 24 Mar 2006, 11:31 »

Yay!  Photography stuff!








Scanned in, sorry about the quality^



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« Reply #61 on: 24 Mar 2006, 15:43 »

BPMninja, nice work with the IR on that fifth photo.

Anyway, here are some of mine:

Tom Harrol's tenor sax' player at Eilat's Jazz Festival.


Jewish cemetary in Polin


Another jewish cemetary in Polin



I love this thread.
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« Reply #62 on: 24 Mar 2006, 16:00 »

i really liked the seal and the rowers (forgot what they're actually called) towards the top.
i wanna put something up here. but i cant find most of my old photos...and the ones i can find are too big to scan....i'lll figure something out. but dont expect to be impressed
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« Reply #63 on: 24 Mar 2006, 17:06 »

I didn't actually title them in the post.  The Seal was just called "Grey Harbor Seal" taken at S. Monomoy Island, MA, in 1999.  First print I ever sold was one of that, also the first prize I ever won.

The rowing one I gave the title "Fog of War" with a slightly tongue in cheek sense of humor to it. That was taken in the fall of 2003 on a launch on the Mohawk river at a scrimage between Union College and RPI.
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« Reply #64 on: 24 Mar 2006, 20:25 »

Love 'em all!
Here are some of my favorites. They are all digital(Canon Powershot a610).
Clicking the thumbnails brings you to my Zoto.com account where thay are stored.


This was taken in my backyard.


Don't ask.


Taking this made me nervous, but it came out beautifully!


4a.m., digital camera+mini-magnifying glass+altoids tin+makeshift desklamp lighting=one interesting photo


An insect's view of my backyard.

As you can see, I love to take macro shots.
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« Reply #65 on: 24 Mar 2006, 20:31 »

I so need a macro lense.

I have extender tubes for my old Pentax Spotmatic, but I don't really shoot film anymore, and the meter is pretty shot on that camera.
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« Reply #66 on: 25 Mar 2006, 00:41 »

OOOOOooooohhh. Question, can i post pics from Photomode on Gran turismo 4? i have some really neat ones, i took them on the game. please?
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« Reply #67 on: 25 Mar 2006, 03:15 »

Strike, screencaps from video games are probably best put in this thread:

http://forums.questionablecontent.net/viewtopic.php?t=9565

This thread is more for human being taking a camera and taking a photo or fifty with it.
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« Reply #68 on: 25 Mar 2006, 09:14 »

What heather said!

Anyways, I want a macro lens, too! Really, really badly. But if I'm lucky, if/when we move, my parents are going to help me set up a small darkroom, so I don't want to be greedy, and there's no way I can afford one until I get a job.

I love the toad and Mnem's seal.
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« Reply #69 on: 25 Mar 2006, 21:42 »

Macro lenses are awesome. Since I got my 60mm f/2.8 macro I haven't touched any other lens.
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« Reply #70 on: 27 Mar 2006, 09:41 »

More photography fun:





This was taken about 6+ months ago with my digital cam, because I was to poor to buy film for my Canon T70 SLR at the time.



This is actually one of my fist shots with my Canon SLR. At a Faithless concert in Haifa.
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« Reply #72 on: 27 Mar 2006, 17:14 »

Shweet, guys.



Printed this today, there was something gross on the negative. Project is due a week from tomorrow and I've got to do 3 more prints (this is a 4 print project) so I will just have to ignore everything that is wrong with this and let it be.
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« Reply #73 on: 28 Mar 2006, 04:09 »

At the moment I have a couple of pictures in my mind, two rolls of film, two good cameras and all the lenses and tripods I'd need but no damn time. *twitch*
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« Reply #74 on: 28 Mar 2006, 12:45 »

Misereatur your first one, with the dice is great.

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« Reply #75 on: 28 Mar 2006, 13:31 »

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Shweet, guys.

Printed this today, there was something gross on the negative. Project is due a week from tomorrow and I've got to do 3 more prints (this is a 4 print project) so I will just have to ignore everything that is wrong with this and let it be.


A little bit of work with some print painting may at least even it out so that it's not so noticable.
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« Reply #76 on: 28 Mar 2006, 13:55 »

That isn't the one I'm going to turn in, actually, that one's still drying at school. But what is print painting? That's one reason I made this thread, actually - to learn about all sorts of things that I wouldn't normally hear about for another few years.
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« Reply #77 on: 29 Mar 2006, 19:28 »

Somewhere around 182nd Street, NY

Some condo in NY

Five Mile Pond, MA

Palestra in Pompeii


Yeah, I forgot the info wubs existed for a while.

Thanks for the advice, Stifled.
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« Reply #78 on: 05 Apr 2006, 15:05 »



Taken last September. Still one of my favorite pictures I've taken.



Slow shutter speed and holding the camera VERY still.
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« Reply #79 on: 07 May 2006, 11:54 »

@Invisible Shadow, nice sky! clouds are amazing :p

anyways i've recently upgraded to a Digital SLR and i'm loving it, the Nikon D70 rocks.  check my deviantArt for some of my stuff http://searchingforthree.deviantart.com/
one of my favs that i've done recently:

minor photoshop editing, obviously, i dropped the saturation of everything except for the girl and put the border around.
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« Reply #80 on: 09 May 2006, 08:29 »

I have a bit of my suff up on DeviantArt. I dont have a digital camera so I have to scan all my pictures, and I dont have a scanner so I cant really even do that. But there is some older stuff of mine up there. All but 2 pictures where taken with my Canon Rebel SLR.

http://tokuma.deviantart.com
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« Reply #81 on: 09 May 2006, 10:02 »



my kitty.



tree sculpture outside of st. louis art museum.
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« Reply #82 on: 09 May 2006, 16:37 »

Ive been getting more and more into photography and Recently got my first camera, well film camera anyway.... Its a Minolta XG-M
http://members.aol.com/subjpegs/xgm.jpg
And I love it. However since I did get it at a garage sale it is really dirty, like inside and on the lens and what not, being my first camera I dont want to fuck it up, any tips or instructions on how I should go about cleaning it?
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« Reply #83 on: 10 May 2006, 11:51 »


Easily the favorite of all I've taken. I don't have a darkroom (move around on co-op university work terms all the time), so when I got this back and looked at it, I was like, how did this even happen??? Really slow exposure, different coloured street lights, and the top right sky is cloudy while the left is clear.

Just a creek through my university.

I love the textures in the old trees.

After some fall time freezing rain.
Here are some others of mine, I've just stuck them up on facebook for now and haven't bothered uploading everything. Very lazy am I, I'll try and write a script to do it for me later. Oh, and the gallery '150 CM' is just from my hometown getting 150CM of snow in a weekend, I took none of them.

Sythe, I like the last one peeking through the rocks/ruble in Pompeii. Using the surroundings as a frame is awesome.

BPMninja, I love that second one, all blue looking down on the door.
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« Reply #84 on: 12 May 2006, 05:38 »

I am in no way a photographer and have never done any classes, but i enjoy random snapping with my digital camera. It's and Olymous Camedia C-370 (nothing over the top). Here is a photo i took from the surf club i used to take dance classes at:
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« Reply #85 on: 17 May 2006, 22:13 »

Just got some pictures back from development. I havent put them up at be deviant art due to me not actually having the originals, just some low(er) quality versions. The person in the pictures is one of my awesome friends.





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« Reply #86 on: 08 Jun 2006, 21:48 »

I am in awe of everyone's skills! I had to drop my photo class second semester, so I only have digital shots. I just like this one of my friend DP
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v352/redglasscurls/6flags002.jpg">
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« Reply #87 on: 15 Jun 2006, 22:41 »



About a month ago I was hired to do some event photography.  Im happy to say, it paid off my Mamiya.

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Mamiya 645, my favorite lens is the 80mm f1.9-22, I shoot mostly fuji 220 and 120 film. ASA 800.  In medium format the grainyness is counteracted by the size of the negative.

for faster shootign I carry an ElanII, but I'll never ever buy another Canon again. Special needs my ass.

http://www.forbes.com/business/2006/05/25/canon-camera-uchida-cx_po_0525autofacescan07.html
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« Reply #88 on: 25 Jun 2006, 21:47 »

Here are a couple of mine that I like the best.

This one's taken on a Lubitel 166-V, one of the last actually built in Leningrad, that I got from a Ukrainian photo dealer off eBay for $25. Some friends hired me to shoot their wedding and this is my favorite of the bunch.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebrightside/127979223/" title="Photo Sharing">http://static.flickr.com/55/127979223_2fe4cee8b7_m.jpg" width="240" height="236" alt="The Groom" />

This one's off the digital, a Nikon Coolpix 5700. Fairly old now, the CCD is starting to burn out... of course I've shot around 6000 images on it, so I can't necessarily complain.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebrightside/14225157/" title="Photo Sharing">http://static.flickr.com/14/14225157_7d8a0b86ff_m.jpg" width="240" height="192" alt="Color, Corroded" />

From the SLR. Taken at the university I went to around 4:00 in the morning on a foggy Tuesday.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebrightside/14105693/" title="Photo Sharing">http://static.flickr.com/12/14105693_0e0fd195b1_m.jpg" width="240" height="160" alt="Print018" />

And the last one I'll drop in here, my photo professor's favorite.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebrightside/14105637/" title="Photo Sharing">http://static.flickr.com/13/14105637_62bdd3a3a0_m.jpg" width="160" height="240" alt="Elevator Door #5" />
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« Reply #89 on: 28 Jun 2006, 11:04 »

These are some of my sister's shots. Our camera is crap, and she's only fourteen, so I think they're pretty good. I'm the person in the first one.





And these are a couple of mine.





All with a digital camera.

ALSO. Our friend broke our camera and it's SUPER hard to focus now. So if anyone can recommend a good one, that'd be nice. Digital or not.
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« Reply #90 on: 11 Jul 2006, 15:09 »


Mwehehehe
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« Reply #91 on: 11 Jul 2006, 15:51 »

Wow, some of these pictures... I'm just amazed. And now I wish I had a professional digicam (I lost my Panasonic Lumix at anime convention *cry*, it took some great pictures the few weeks I owned it, even though it's just point and shoot).

These were taken by me on my trip to California (Del Mar, San Francisco, etc).



(My cousins being silly)













And my favorite scene...



The lighting was just perfect on the beach.
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« Reply #92 on: 12 Jul 2006, 19:20 »

GUESS WHERE I WENT ON VACATION AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MONTH!!








(I love my camera - Canon Digital Rebel EOS - but I need more than just the stock lens and I need to learn how to take better pictures.)

edit -- Holy crap, Lise, we both went to the same place for vacation!
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« Reply #93 on: 12 Jul 2006, 22:54 »

Heh, good ol' San Francisco. That's a nice picture of the Bridge you took there. It's amazing how low those clouds form- and geez, I remember how extremely COLD it was on the ferry tour around the bay. It brings back memories.

Mm, a Canon Rebel! Very nice. I myself don't have any experience shooting with professional cameras, so I can't give you any tips, except to follow simple rules of photography- here's just an example website, there are plenty http://trem.ca/learning.html. And yes, a replacement lens would be more helpful in the future, but the stock lens should be fine until you get a better feel for how the camera works.

I'm of course assuming that the camera is new!

PS: I used to frequent http://www.photo.net/ during high school when I was interested in photography. They have some real helpful articles and such!
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« Reply #94 on: 22 Jul 2006, 23:14 »

I have posted some of my better shots over at deviantart, once i dig through my collection, more will come. http://princ-y.deviantart.com/
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« Reply #95 on: 27 Jul 2006, 01:38 »

A few of my better attempts at photography:



Just a snapshot of Copenhagen harbour and the Opera.



The fountain by the royal residence Amalienborg in Copenhagen.

I've got a few more that could be interesting, but they'll have to wait for my website upgrade - which could be anything from a few weeks to a few years from now...
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« Reply #96 on: 07 Aug 2006, 08:40 »

I took a bunch this weekend that I am happy with, here are but a sample.



Sunset in the pit.


My friend Kyle's car.

The rest of this weekends pictures.
My gallery can be found here.
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« Reply #98 on: 24 Aug 2006, 17:43 »

i photograph skateboarding, mostly.
these were all taken with a 35mm Pentax KL with the stock lens. And none of these photos have been edited or touched up in any way, except for the very last one but thats pretty obvious.

my friend tj doing a wallride. on a wall, of all things.
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my friend Kelsi wondering why the fuck my camera is pointed at her.
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original version of some kid airing a bank hip.
http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e243/hile-gunslinger/Photographs/LittleTj10.jpg">

here's the photoshopped version of the same picture.  :-)
http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e243/hile-gunslinger/Photographs/LittleTj102.jpg">
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Photography, yay! (Warning: Very, VERY dial-up unfriendly)
« Reply #99 on: 08 Sep 2006, 09:38 »

Gots me a devArt account thingsy, ill be dumping my nicer photo's there from now on :)
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