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Sep 04, 2016 12:49 |  #23281

Evening yesterday in Newnan, Georgia's historical residential district with Sigma 20mm f/1.4 Art:

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Sep 04, 2016 12:56 |  #23282

David Arbogast wrote in post #18116702 (external link)
Evening yesterday in Newnan, Georgia's historical residential district with Sigma 20mm f/1.4 Art:

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It's not 5d3 level... :)

Kidding. Beautiful as usual. I am looking for some new things/places to shoot. Was about to go to downtown agai this morning. But I overslept. I really need to stop going back to the exact same shots and find some new locations.


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Sep 04, 2016 13:01 |  #23283

Puckman wrote in post #18116710 (external link)
It's not 5d3 level... :)

Kidding. Beautiful as usual. I am looking for some new things/places to shoot. Was about to go to downtown agai this morning. But I overslept. I really need to stop going back to the exact same shots and find some new locations.

Haha...I feel your pain. I was intending to shoot the balloon festival at Callaway Gardens last evening, but got away so late I was afraid I might not get in, so I just drove up to Newnan instead (the house above has been on my shot list for a while). Tonight is my last shot for the balloons, so will be leaving soon for that. Probably won't be worth it though.


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Sep 04, 2016 13:02 |  #23284

David Arbogast wrote in post #18116702 (external link)
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the color and detail is outstanding, the little bits of warm light hitting pieces of the building really adds to it...wonderful image.


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Sep 04, 2016 13:03 |  #23285

David Arbogast wrote in post #18116702 (external link)
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Wow what an amazing house! Superbly captured David. Love the framing and the leading line of the driveway.




  
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Sep 04, 2016 13:15 |  #23286

I gotta make myself a shot list. That way I'll have a plan for when I'm looking for something to shoot.
I tend to end up at the same 3 or 4 places every time.
Although I have to say I had been wanting to shoot that Santa Monica pier at night for ages. So I can cross that off my list.
Same with the Griffith observatory.

I could probably put together a calendar or similar of SoCal piers now (a pet project of mine).
I have "winning" shots for the piers coming down the coast from Ventura, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, balboa pier, San Clemente and Oceanside.
I'm still missing Manhattan beach and redondo beach (Charlie's territory).


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Sep 04, 2016 13:21 |  #23287

TRhoads wrote in post #18116713 (external link)
the color and detail is outstanding, the little bits of warm light hitting pieces of the building really adds to it...wonderful image.

Thanks Travis. :)

digital_AM wrote in post #18116714 (external link)
Wow what an amazing house! Superbly captured David. Love the framing and the leading line of the driveway.

Thank you Alfredo! It's not the greatest leading line in the world but that was part of the plan for this image.

Puckman wrote in post #18116727 (external link)
I gotta make myself a shot list. That way I'll have a plan for when I'm looking for something to shoot.
I tend to end up at the same 3 or 4 places every time.
Although I have to say I had been wanting to shoot that Santa Monica pier at night for ages. So I can cross that off my list.
Same with the Griffith observatory.

I could probably put together a calendar or similar of SoCal piers now (a pet project of mine).
I have "winning" shots for the piers coming down the coast from Ventura, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, balboa pier, San Clemente and Oceanside.
I'm still missing Manhattan beach and redondo beach (Charlie's territory).

I don't have a real shot list - more of a mental one. Actually, one of the things I do is tag sites that I want to visit on Google Earth, so that's a sort of an organic shot list.

One thing I am finding extremely helpful is following all the tourism channels for my region on Facebook. They're always highlighting something cool. I discovered this house from the "Forgotten Georgia" Facebook channel.


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Sep 04, 2016 13:22 |  #23288

Puckman wrote in post #18116727 (external link)
I could probably put together a calendar or similar of SoCal piers now (a pet project of mine).
I have "winning" shots for the piers coming down the coast from Ventura, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, balboa pier, San Clemente and Oceanside.
I'm still missing Manhattan beach and redondo beach (Charlie's territory).

I am working on a book about piers...it will take a while to get enough material for it...but it has been in the works for a few years now...


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Sep 04, 2016 13:34 |  #23289

A book is way too ambitious for me. I was going for a calendar (12 pics) of SoCal piers.
You make it out here to our SoCal piers yet?


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Sep 04, 2016 13:37 |  #23290

David Arbogast wrote in post #18116734 (external link)
Thanks Travis. :)

Thank you Alfredo! It's not the greatest leading line in the world but that was part of the plan for this image.

I don't have a real shot list - more of a mental one. Actually, one of the things I do is tag sites that I want to visit on Google Earth, so that's a sort of an organic shot list.

One thing I am finding extremely helpful is following all the tourism channels for my region on Facebook. They're always highlighting something cool. I discovered this house from the "Forgotten Georgia" Facebook channel.

That's a great idea. I'll do that too.

I didn't even mean a written list. I don't really have a mental list either. That's part of my problem. I should put a bit more effort in thinking my shots through.


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Sep 04, 2016 13:45 |  #23291

Puckman wrote in post #18116747 (external link)
A book is way too ambitious for me. I was going for a calendar (12 pics) of SoCal piers.
You make it out here to our SoCal piers yet?

it is ambitious...but it gives me a goal...I need to get out there to the SoCal piers. never even been down there.

I have done a calendar almost every year since 2008 or so...of a variety of things, race cars, my landscapes, family photos...I do a batch every year...I want something more substantial at some point.


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Sep 04, 2016 14:13 |  #23292

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professional may not have been a good choice of words but,one would assume if u are spending 4k on a camera and 2500 for a lens that u are prob more than a hobbyist,

i can view quick snaps in any thread i suppose buti like this thread for its info more tha anything,if i am interested in a lens most times some one here has had it or has it,and is more than willing to share their findings.

i enjoy seeing the higher quality images these cams are capable of.it actually inspires me.to try to mimic them, professional may have been bad choice of words but like i have said a few times i am not condoning insults but i could see as an outsider some images here are quick snaps equal to a rebel maybe.

anyhoo like mentioned i hope this is all behind this thred,i am hoping to get out and shoot,been rainy 2 days here at work:-(

^^ I was on your side with that one ;)


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Sep 04, 2016 14:23 |  #23293

This self portrait [A7 - FD28] was at sunrise one morning. Used the Remote App but didn't realise it then saved as jpeg not Raw - unless I can change that setting...??

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Sep 04, 2016 14:26 |  #23294

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Sep 04, 2016 14:33 |  #23295

TRhoads wrote in post #18116756 (external link)
it is ambitious...but it gives me a goal...I need to get out there to the SoCal piers. never even been down there.

I have done a calendar almost every year since 2008 or so...of a variety of things, race cars, my landscapes, family photos...I do a batch every year...I want something more substantial at some point.

You need to get out here then. Can't have a book about piers without some of the iconic SoCal piers.

Speaking of which I forgot to mention the seal beach pier which burned down due to a fire earlier this summer.
I have a couple of shots of the burned wreckage (didn't get to it before the fire) but neither came out well enough to print.

I definitely think I'll put together a 2017 calendar was the pier collection I have so far.
Might share the 12 shots here as I select them.


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