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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 600 - Unstable

 
Levina ­ de ­ Ruijter
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Jan 26, 2018 12:02 |  #31

rrblint wrote in post #18549442 (external link)
Ooh, #2 is so cool Levina! It kind of looks like an "all-seeing eye".

Thanks, Mark! I took the one shot and in Photoshop duplicated it numerous times and turning each layer ever more (with 50% opacity for each layer), so yes, that gave a kind of "eye" in the centre. I was thinking more of the eye in a hurricane! :lol:

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Reminds me of a very narrow steep staircase in a canal house I stayed in some years back while visiting Amsterdam.

LOL. Yes, I remember those from way back when I was a student! This corridor is down below, where our bicycle sheds are. :)

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I thought of another way to photograph "unstable".

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Wow, that 5Dc really does have problems!! :rolleyes:


Those are very cool, Levina! I hope the camera is ok.. after all that spinning! Whooo

LOL, yes indeed it has problems!

No cameras were hurt in the making of that image.  :p
Thanks, Jo.

Corridor #3 (and the last one) - after playing with the liquifying tool. Yay, I finally used that tool!
Doesn't this have a kind of Edvard Munch feel to it? I think it does.


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Jan 26, 2018 12:10 |  #32

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #18549434 (external link)
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Excellent! Gives a real sense of vertigo.
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Looks like a dandelion to me, which unstable as it is will disintegrate at the slightest whiff:-P


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Jan 26, 2018 12:37 |  #33

OK Gang, i'll chime in!

In recent times I've found a home in an area that tends to be "rural with a lot of farm/ranch country, and that has some "real weather issues, rain, snow and such

A hike out to the back yard shows two structures that were really knocked around by the bad weather!
The first shot was an old goat hang-out and eating get-away, it collapsed from a snow storm!


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The second shot is of a little z'shed that people would go into to hang out, and the weather totally messed it up!


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By the way, I grabbed these pics with a little old Compact/P&S camera, one that I picked up for $5!

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Jan 26, 2018 14:07 |  #34

Good to see you Tony!
And Thanks for participating.. I'd say those are very unstable!!


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Jan 26, 2018 14:43 as a reply to  @ joayne's post |  #35

Hey, thanks for the welcome!


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Jan 26, 2018 15:35 |  #36

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Looks like one is entering the Twilight Zone.


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Jan 28, 2018 18:12 |  #37

Nice interpretations, people! Love the abstract stuff. Here's my take,

House of Cards. Spent a LOT of time but couldn't get the second storey to stay. Talk about being unstable!


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So, I shifted gears and worked on a House of Books :-) Got the second storey but no dice for the third storey. At least I had a lot of fun.


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Jan 29, 2018 11:59 |  #38

I've not heard of the Famous Five, but now I'm curious! :-P
Took some patience there Rhody! Well done!


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Jan 29, 2018 22:07 as a reply to  @ joayne's post |  #39

Thank you. I grew up reading Enid Blyton. She has to be one of the most prolific writers of all time. These are great books to get children hooked on reading. But, they are unusually hard to find this side of the pond, for some reason.


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Jan 30, 2018 01:34 as a reply to  @ RhodyPhotos's post |  #40

When I saw the books my first thought was Vin Diesel. As in Fast and Furious! :lol:

I looked up the books. They must be a great read for children!

And thanks to those who commented on the corridor images and/or liked them!

EDIT: I did it! I cleaned the 5D's sensor! It's not spotless but very much better than it was. There are a few spots left close to the corners but after three nerve wrecking attempts, I will leave them alone. At least for now. Joeseph, thank you again for telling the story of the 20D. Without it I might have gone after those last spots with brute force! :eek: :lol:


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Jan 30, 2018 19:11 |  #41

NEW THEME


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Jan 31, 2018 03:29 |  #42

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EDIT: I did it! I cleaned the 5D's sensor! It's not spotless but very much better than it was. There are a few spots left close to the corners but after three nerve wrecking attempts, I will leave them alone. At least for now. Joeseph, thank you again for telling the story of the 20D. Without it I might have gone after those last spots with brute force! :eek: :lol:

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Jan 31, 2018 04:16 as a reply to  @ joeseph's post |  #43

Thanks, Joeseph! At least now I know how it goes, so I should be more relaxed about it next time. :-)


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Jan 31, 2018 11:41 |  #44

See Levina.. It's not so difficult :rolleyes:
But the first time is scary and so is the second  :p
A light touch.. It usually takes multiple times to get the sensor clean, but always with a light touch.


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Jan 31, 2018 12:06 as a reply to  @ joayne's post |  #45

LOL. I know. But only now, after having done it. :lol:

I bought a lenspen today though. With a loupe. With those I should be able to remove those last few spots without having to wet-clean the sensor again.


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