1. Post #921
    Wickerman123's Avatar
    February 2009
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    I LOVE this one! :)
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  2. Post #922
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    May 2010
    3,514 Posts
    I don't get why everyone's jumping onto this brenzier bandwagon, I swear they don't look any better than normal photos :(
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  3. Post #923
    Wickerman123's Avatar
    February 2009
    3,353 Posts
    I don't get why everyone's jumping onto this brenzier bandwagon, I swear they don't look any better than normal photos :(
    It's a fun thing to do, and you get really high quality images at the end. I agree in some case i could have gotten a similar image with just a single exposure. Some of the other guys stuff is a good demonstration of how to use it effectively. Look around the internet for better examples too.
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  4. Post #924
    soy un perdedor
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    July 2010
    4,370 Posts
    People just aren't being imaginative with it.

    It's simply a technique to add a certain look to a photo, not meant to be the centerpiece of it. It's just a panorama stitched out of shots with a shallow depth of field, you gotta have more to your images in the first place.

    Go look up Ryan Brenizer to see the original idea behind doing these. (People have been doing it long before him, but I digress.)
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  5. Post #925
    Wickerman123's Avatar
    February 2009
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    I never use it as a centrepiece, I only use the technique because I like the look it gives my pictures. I admit i've not used it to it's full potential but i don't have the space in my house, and yet again, the weather has been appauling.
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  6. Post #926
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    September 2006
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  7. Post #927
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  8. Post #928
    churboi austin
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    October 2007
    12,889 Posts
    messing around with mirrors around the house, i liked this shot. was inspired by the Vivian Maier selfies

    DSC05829(2) by AustinTroth


    and i call this one
    "always bring your tripod". my little brother was riding his bike and by the time i got him to get into the place the sun had shifted enough to not be able to take it again. i'll try again tomorrow :/

    DSC05836(2) by AustinTroth
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  9. Post #929
    Dennab
    June 2010
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    Loving that first one.

    Edited:

    Second one has really nice colours.
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  10. Post #930
    I have a flickr now
    friend me and shite

    Lucky d20 by Latin Geek, on Flickr
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  11. Post #931
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    May 2006
    1,553 Posts
    Went exploring today, probably didn't get many good photos, but we almost did get caught my some sort of security. Whoops.

    I got to play with a 70-200 f/2.8 L, aswell. That was fun.

    I'll be putting up photos soon. I'm seriously lacking inspiration as of late, though
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  12. Post #932
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    October 2006
    4,731 Posts
    Went exploring today, probably didn't get many good photos, but we almost did get caught my some sort of security. Whoops.
    Fuck da Police
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  13. Post #933
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    April 2009
    825 Posts
    Went out today after school going to parks to take some photos. The ones today are pretty good I guess. Though I'd rather go to the city and take some shots, but it's difficult for me to get there:\.

    Peace out by Kristian Carreon, on Flickr

    55/366 by Kristian Carreon, on Flickr
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  14. Post #934
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    nubscaper's Avatar
    May 2006
    1,553 Posts

    :o by millerroberts, on Flickr


    holy by millerroberts, on Flickr


    Reach by millerroberts, on Flickr
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  15. Post #935
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    December 2011
    5,025 Posts
    going to San Francisco tomorrow, flatting farm boxes. Will picture things.
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  16. Post #936
    Facepunch Babysitter
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    July 2009
    12,310 Posts
    Haven't posted here in a while.



    The car forum hates my rims, I think they're p. cool.
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  17. Post #937
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    May 2009
    8,896 Posts

    Overlooking by Declan A, on Flickr
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  18. Post #938
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    July 2007
    3,479 Posts
    Here are some from a trip to jungle habitat, west milford NJ.


    Parking Lot by Rhines., on Flickr


    Arriving by Rhines., on Flickr


    Light Pine by Rhines., on Flickr

    The last one was actually an accident. I had accidentally switched to manual, which was set on bulb. I think it looks pretty cool though.
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  19. Post #939
    Sour Grapes
    Bengley's Avatar
    March 2007
    4,700 Posts
    I have been working too much recently and have hardly taken any photos. I did some car exploring yesterday, and drove onto this abandoned M1 slip road, it's about a quarter of a mile long and you can drive right up to the wrong side of the M1.


    by Bengley1, on Flickr
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  20. Post #940
    Hi Jo
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    February 2009
    22,885 Posts

    DSC_0718 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0701 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0672 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0668 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0663 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0652 by JonahRD, on Flickr


    DSC_0624 by JonahRD, on Flickr

    I should have been standing on the other side

    Edited:


    DSC_0639 by JonahRD, on Flickr

    and this

    Edited:


    DSC_0596 by JonahRD, on Flickr

    and that
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  21. Post #941
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    BlazeFresh's Avatar
    September 2006
    3,605 Posts
    i really want to go snowboarding now
    damn
    i might have to tempt going to a dry slope


    35.365 by marley h
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  22. Post #942
    churboi austin
    Trogdon's Avatar
    October 2007
    12,889 Posts
    Are those raybans? If so we are totally glasses twins
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  23. Post #943
    soy un perdedor
    bopie's Avatar
    July 2010
    4,370 Posts


    triplets motherfuck

    Edited:

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  24. Post #944
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    BlazeFresh's Avatar
    September 2006
    3,605 Posts
    fuck yeah *double brofist*


    p.s good style
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  25. Post #945
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    September 2010
    2,898 Posts

    smashing scottish facism by codenamecueball, on Flickr

    photo from today
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  26. Post #946
    I love that picture, Cueball, so centered and whatnot.
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  27. Post #947
    hyper-articulate
    Roll_Program's Avatar
    October 2007
    12,210 Posts
    i really want to go snowboarding now
    damn
    i might have to tempt going to a dry slope


    35.365 by marley h
    Come to Edinburgh and do it here!
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  28. Post #948
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    September 2010
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  29. Post #949
    That picture is fantastic, I'd make it BW personally.
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  30. Post #950
    cueballv2themax's Avatar
    September 2010
    2,898 Posts
    That picture is fantastic, I'd make it BW personally.

    cheer up you b&w by codenamecueball, on Flickr
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  31. Post #951
    We're made of star-stuff
    LarparNar's Avatar
    February 2009
    10,135 Posts
    I like the color one, it makes the police officers in the back stand out more.
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  32. Post #952
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    January 2012
    46 Posts

    Senhora Lua por Death Fernandes, no Flickr

    Freaking lighting poles, they'r sometimes just like the light of moon.
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  33. Post #953
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    December 2005
    3,412 Posts
    I had a shot at portrait photography again today. I'm feeling that I'm pretty limited since my knowledge of poses and editing etc. isn't great enough, so I'd really appreciate some feedback. Like how could I instruct the girls to pose etc. Imo the best ones I got today were the spontaneous ones, like the ones where she pads her on the head, with the sun glare.

    Critique will be greatly appreciated.











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  34. Post #954
    Wickerman123's Avatar
    February 2009
    3,353 Posts
    Photo:


    _MG_3090 by Wickerman123, on Flickr
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  35. Post #955
    soy un perdedor
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    July 2010
    4,370 Posts
    I had a shot at portrait photography again today.
    There is a slight, overall 'unsharpness' that sorta bothers me, and the the bottom 4 shots reek of higher-iso-dullness (noise isn't a problem, it's the color). The blown highlights on 3 and 4's faces don't help. I don't like the yellow temperature/tones to be honest. It makes the skin look jaundice-y. #2 is exempt from these crits, and is the best of the set. It reminds me of the stuff from your SDS Series in Århus which is my favorite work from you.

    As far as posing, it's not bad, but it doesn't hurt to get a little more interesting. Check out some poses here, and also give this whole video a good watch. It's mostly geared toward headshots, but you can apply it elsewhere in your shooting.


    This is good too.


    [sub]Sorry if this ruins the page with auto-playing audio for some of you![/sub]
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  36. Post #956
    PenguinKris's Avatar
    April 2009
    825 Posts
    I'm scared.

    56/366 by Kristian Carreon, on Flickr
    Others:


    Feeding ducks by Kristian Carreon, on Flickr

    Cheese! by Kristian Carreon, on Flickr
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  37. Post #957
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    Airdoo's Avatar
    April 2007
    509 Posts
    First time out in a long while, also fun fact last two spots on my free Flickr. Tried B&W this time, I'm unsure about these though, C&C Please?



    IMG_1896-4 by Airdoo, on Flickr



    IMG_1912-7 by Airdoo, on Flickr
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  38. Post #958
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    Nerdrage's Avatar
    October 2009
    2,277 Posts
    I'm not big into photography, but something interesting happened.
    i took a photo of some ancient film-slides my parents had from their 80's trip around various parts of russia and vienna, and i used my computer monitor as a backlight.




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  39. Post #959
    churboi austin
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    October 2007
    12,889 Posts
    try and keep the film further away from the monitor, you'll get less of the pixel effect. you can have the shutter on for long because the background is always white and so it won't blur the pictures at all

    would love to see them redone with less pixels
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  40. Post #960
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    October 2009
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    try and keep the film further away from the monitor, you'll get less of the pixel effect. you can have the shutter on for long because the background is always white and so it won't blur the pictures at all

    would love to see them redone with less pixels
    here's another one which i used the sky as the backlight.



    forgive the text,
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