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Nov 04, 2009 09:36 |  #10441

Dick Emery wrote in post #8947633 (external link)
Fantastic! But Flickr's resize to medium sucks and the original is a little too big. I think this is a happier medium for this type of image myself.

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Sorry I did not login to imageshack so have no means to delete the image from the site if you are not happy I uploaded it there (Gets on hands and knee's to beg forgiveness).


Is that a tippman 98 custom you're holding as you come out of the closet? Classic marker. Cool pic BTW.


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Nov 04, 2009 12:05 |  #10442

My wife practicing her video cam quick draw with her shadow at the Grand Canyon...

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Nov 04, 2009 12:09 |  #10443

^^^ LOL
That's a classic!


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Nov 04, 2009 12:15 |  #10444

Here are few portraits I took for a coworker. Taken in the parking lot during work so you can see a little bit of a car in the background in the second shot...it's mostly cropped and blurred out...

Both shots with the 70-200.

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Nov 04, 2009 12:30 |  #10445

I don't think I've posted this here...this brazen little guy was in the Golden Gate Park in SF. Walked right up to me...guess he thought I was packing some bread.

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Nov 04, 2009 14:22 |  #10446

18-55IS kit lens, three shots.

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Nov 04, 2009 16:33 |  #10447

izthistaken wrote in post #8954440 (external link)
18-55IS kit lens, three shots.

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Nice! can you give more details. Was it portrait mode or landscape? focal length?


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Nov 04, 2009 22:00 |  #10448

fidiv wrote in post #8950798 (external link)
check to make sure you have highlight tone priority and/or high iso noise reduction turned off. those are usually the culprits to decreased burst rates around these forums

Hi fidiv. It's me again. As per ur advice I turned the highlight tone priority and high iso noise recduction off and tried the burst mode again this morning. Wow, it worked....

I hereby express my profound gratitude to u for the kind help, I mean every word of it. U r a real nice and cooperative team member. Happy and proud to be in this team with u. Thanks again buddy.




  
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Nov 04, 2009 23:31 |  #10449

Karizmatik wrote in post #8951720 (external link)
My new favourite "Dress Shot", from another Wedding.

The exterior shot is great! The interior has me squinting.


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Nov 05, 2009 00:26 |  #10450

tman065 wrote in post #8957449 (external link)
The exterior shot is great! The interior has me squinting.

Thanks for the heads up. Looks good over here but it is bordering blown, might take it down a notch! Thanks.


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Nov 05, 2009 01:44 as a reply to  @ Karizmatik's post |  #10451

Great stuff everyone. A fantastic active thread These are from a shoot this weekend

Cheers

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Nov 05, 2009 06:34 |  #10452

a steaming sulfurous view of Yellowstone National Park

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Nov 05, 2009 06:38 |  #10453

cabn12 wrote in post #8955172 (external link)
Nice! can you give more details. Was it portrait mode or landscape? focal length?

Thank you. :)
Landscape mode,
Exposure: 0.013 sec (1/80)
Aperture: f/5.6
Focal Length: 18 mm
Exposure: 0.00
ISO Speed: 100


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Nov 05, 2009 07:23 |  #10454

izthistaken, Can you explain how you took three pictures in that photo? Always wanted to try that but don't really understand the process. And how is the photo different as three photos as compared to just one?


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Nov 05, 2009 07:36 |  #10455

Miss Frizzle wrote in post #8958631 (external link)
izthistaken, Can you explain how you took three pictures in that photo? Always wanted to try that but don't really understand the process. And how is the photo different as three photos as compared to just one?

I took three pictures to make the picture wider. One left, center, and right. Then merged them in CS3 and made a panoramic image. Search on youtube 'panoramic in Photoshop' and you'll find a tutorial. :)


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