I'll just leave this here..
Taken just after I got my haircut.
Look at you you smug little bastard. What you so smug about?
k got a new one
trying to work out a new color balance technique, this was taken in really incandescent lighting
i'm not that young i'm like 19
that's old right
I wouldn't say 12 but definitely 14. Forever young.
It didn't necessarily even end because I got tired of being pushed away- it was annoying but flattering. What really ended it was when a drunk guy who looked like a 7 foot tall Penn (penn and teller) held a fork to my throat, thinking I was sneaking pictures of him or something and he was on parole (thus wasn't technically supposed to be there).
i wish people with DSLRs would take photos of me. too bad none of my mates are into photography.
i've just got self-portrait mirror pics
Except for the beard, I need to get better at shaving.
Took this myself using a homemade reflector (cardboard with aluminium foil).
Focusing was an absolute bitch.
this guy is only one year older than me.
last year, we were with our friendgirl who's a year younger, and decided to hit the local zoo to see how decrepit the animals were since the place was notorious for terrible upkeep.
Me and the girl were given children's tickets without question, and the children's ticket age is 12.
While these pictures are neither unique, creative or top-quality, what they are however is mildly pretty.
The sky was beautiful yesterday. That meant bulb mode, a laptop, my 5D2 and some hot dogs.
Thanks, solar storm, for flinging northern lights below the arctic circle down to us.
we was cruisin', back when i was bald
A lot of contrast information, and a lot of details where your eyes shouldn't be. Like where your arm goes, and the seatbels and such. The gear is mildly out of focus, and there's some pretty nasty lens-flare-ish reflection stuff. And the gear is slightly out of focus.
I'd suggest shooting that at a full F/22 if you're not able to get a closer focus. I'd suggest wearing a lighter shirt to ease the contrast of the image, and cut out the beginning of the seatbelt. I'd put on a mild polarization filter, and I'd have my hand - not on the gear - but right before, sort of reaching out to change gears. This would give the image an edge, make you think, yet be logical in context
I'd also lift the camera slightly so you don't get your nose and such in the frame, and you get to see a bit clearer what the goop behind your arm there is, so it's not annoying in a way where you can't figure out what it is.
...though I understand it was just a snap. And I'm not really in a position to give CC with the crap I posted right above.
yup, just a measly snap. while i welcome the cc, a lot of it can't apply for this one, sadly. it was just taken with a crappy holga 135, not an extreme amount of freedom with those, minus a few aspects. anyways, thank you, though. :>
Also, at f/22 you're just strangling your light and adding noise and blur from slower shutter speeds and higher ISO's. Most lenses reach maximum sharpness around f9ish, any smaller than that and you actually start to get a softer image. (though more is in the depth of field - which is what I guess you were suggesting)
broke my merge
It was f/8, B&W 400iso, 1/125.
I've got a cold, I'm posting stupid shit. This is probably going to be one of those bad poster days. Better lay off Facepunch for today.
I may have posted this picture before on the forum, I can't remember.
Taking pictures in the mirror, the right way.