1. Post #5321
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  2. Post #5322
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    The fact you have a Stanford Dragon is pretty damn cool.
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  3. Post #5323
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    I like the dragon and the b/w allyway.

    The rest seems like "oh lets point at that" to me.
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  4. Post #5324
    Dennab
    January 2011
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    Edited:

    okay here we go, first new upload to flickr in a while


    IMGP0012.jpg by Inzalonus, on Flickr
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  5. Post #5325
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    Took a shot at startrails. Roughly 80 pics at 10s f1.8 each.

    What you see: two planes, the gaps resulting from the 4 s inbetwee each picture, the stars and their trails, respectively the unclean/very old lens I used giving that gloom AND the last picture taken after I took a step onto the balcony resulting in the camera tilting slightly back and giving that "dot" at the end of the trails.



    Startrails-2 von Terranigmus auf Flickr
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  6. Post #5326
    Dennab
    January 2011
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    can I ask why you'd do multiple images as opposed to hooking up (or using a wireless) remote shutter and putting it in bulb (leaving shutter open for as long as you want)
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  7. Post #5327
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    Because I live in a city and anything above 15s shows me a lot of light polution, even this image went through a lot of colour correction, sharpening, clarification.


    I used a "remote shutter" if you want by using Magic Lantern to take a 10s shot every 4 seconds.
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  8. Post #5328
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    If you kept the shutter open for that long you would end up getting artifacts and hot pixels (I believe)
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  9. Post #5329
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    Killuah's Avatar
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    Also that Panda up there, holy fuck!

    Above: It's not that much of an issue at ISO 100 or 200, I let the camera cool down to outside temp before (about 15 C) and you can always take a "dark" picture to compensate for noise pretty good.

    I really just had to work with the lightpolution.
    It would be even worse if I had anything in forground, everything would look orange.
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  10. Post #5330
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    The fact you have a Stanford Dragon is pretty damn cool.
    It was bought for me when I was 10-12 years old, but it was advertised as a Chinese Luck Dragon Then, I learned what it really years later haha
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  11. Post #5331
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    It was bought for me when I was 10-12 years old, but it was advertised as a Chinese Luck Dragon Then, I learned what it really years later haha
    I want to buy one made of a translucent material and then fool people in the 3D Art thread into believing it's a render.
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  12. Post #5332
    Dennab
    January 2011
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    Because I live in a city and anything above 15s shows me a lot of light polution, even this image went through a lot of colour correction, sharpening, clarification.


    I used a "remote shutter" if you want by using Magic Lantern to take a 10s shot every 4 seconds.
    ofcourse I forgot about light pollution! alright that makes sense, I didn't mean to ask in a condescending way btw incase I came off that way
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  14. Post #5334
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    I like it; would be better though if you stepped back more though, if you were able to.
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    ofcourse I forgot about light pollution! alright that makes sense, I didn't mean to ask in a condescending way btw incase I came off that way
    What? No!
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  16. Post #5336
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    Trying to get my head around flash photography, this is my best attempt so far, taking pp inspiration from disposables.

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  17. Post #5337
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    Dunkerque by Bengley1, on Flickr


    Dunkerque by Bengley1, on Flickr


    Dunkerque by Bengley1, on Flickr

    I like taking pictures of my car in places far and wide as you may have guessed!

    This is in Dunkerque in northern France

    Also,


    Liam at an RER station by Bengley1, on Flickr


    Liam on the Metro by Bengley1, on Flickr
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  18. Post #5338
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    Liam looks a bit creepy to me.

    I feel bad :(
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  19. Post #5339
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    March 2007
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    Liam looks a bit creepy to me.

    I feel bad :(

    Untitled by Bengley1, on Flickr
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  20. Post #5340
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    Trying to get my head around flash photography, this is my best attempt so far, taking pp inspiration from disposables.
    Go take a look at Jake Stangel's "Dailies" and really his work in general. Not quite for the 'disposable' aesthetic, but he's got a great handle with straight-on flash.
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  21. Post #5341
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    can I ask why you'd do multiple images as opposed to hooking up (or using a wireless) remote shutter and putting it in bulb (leaving shutter open for as long as you want)
    I know this has been answered but I feel that an image may help explain the reasons why not to leave the shutter open for a long amount of time.

    30 minute exposure and I live rather far from a major city.

    IMG_7990 RAW by Airdoo, on Flickr

    I some how managed to pull this from the RAW (Hooray Auto-Tone, Tungsten WB, and vibrance +100) I was so dumb back then...

    IMG_7990 by Airdoo, on Flickr

    I want to buy one made of a translucent material and then fool people in the 3D Art thread into believing it's a render.
    I actually thought it was a render :V:
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  22. Post #5342
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    The 1100D isn't that bad y'know?
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    Changed my mind.
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    Whaa, strange DOF effect.
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  25. Post #5345
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    6/10 could paper bag it.
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  26. Post #5346
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    Love the first one
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  28. Post #5348
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    Is that medium format or your 5D?
    Anyway, looks very nice. You and bopie seem to understand light and use it so well in your pictures
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  29. Post #5349
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    Pentax 6x7ii with 105mm f2.4
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  30. Post #5350
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    Pentax 6x7ii with 105mm f2.4
    It's actually the 55mm f/4!
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  31. Post #5351
    churboi austin
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    Oh damn that is a great perspective lens. The lighting is brilliant in that shot
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  32. Post #5352
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  33. Post #5353
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    Came out great blaze, good job saving dem highlights.

    Side note: forum! Help me decide between a 65 4.0 vs. a 50 4.5 for my RZ67!
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  34. Post #5354
    churboi austin
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    Came out great blaze, good job saving dem highlights.

    Side note: forum! Help me decide between a 65 4.0 vs. a 50 4.5 for my RZ67!
    depends on how you think of wide photography. that would be between a 35mm and 24mm equiv abouts? 65 will be a more natural perspective, with 50 nearing extreme wide. if you are doing far away landscapes i'd say the 65 (to bring them more into the foreground) and if you are doing like less than 30 feet shooting the 50. that's my opinion of it anyways, i'm not terribly fond of wide angles so i would go with the 65. with your style of shooting the 65 seems better suited, but if you are looking for something outside the box of what you do go with the 50.
    plus you have the 35mm 1.4 for your 5d, which is better lowlight and should provide a thinner DoF than a 65. 50 would be less redundant then.


    also here's a picture i took in the rain of myself that is very noisy. i'm convinced i look scary
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  35. Post #5355
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    Couple more non-edits


    IMG_0285 by ForceGhost, on Flickr


    IMG_0286 by ForceGhost, on Flickr

    The DOF is very weird on the second one..
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  36. Post #5356
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    Came out great blaze, good job saving dem highlights.

    Side note: forum! Help me decide between a 65 4.0 vs. a 50 4.5 for my RZ67!
    Oh man. I would so go for the 50. The RZ67/RB67 is like, my dream medium format camera.
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  37. Post #5357
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    Both images are an homage of sorts to Andy Goldsworthy, a seriously cool photographer if you've never heard of him/seen his work.
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  38. Post #5358
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    Came out great blaze, good job saving dem highlights.

    Side note: forum! Help me decide between a 65 4.0 vs. a 50 4.5 for my RZ67!
    65, you don't do landscapes.
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  39. Post #5359
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    Blaze, that shot's excellent.

    Bopie, try going wider and get more of the environment in, so 50.
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  40. Post #5360
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    Clouds by M. Foxer, on Flickr



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