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Feb 02, 2011 17:49 |  #16

Thanks guys :)


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Feb 02, 2011 21:07 |  #17
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I sometimes lol@the notion that in today's day and age with 21mpx full frame digital cameras with blah blah blah features, it's actually "trendy" to make photos appear like they were shot with 70's polaroids. Lol.

Having said that, yes the procdessing is interesting; I'd like them more without the blur, I hate til shift lenses quite a bit. The composition and angle and such is ok. I like the first one pretty good.




  
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Feb 02, 2011 21:29 |  #18

glasshouse wrote in post #11766706 (external link)
I sometimes lol@the notion that in today's day and age with 21mpx full frame digital cameras with blah blah blah features, it's actually "trendy" to make photos appear like they were shot with 70's polaroids. Lol.

Having said that, yes the procdessing is interesting; I'd like them more without the blur, I hate til shift lenses quite a bit. The composition and angle and such is ok. I like the first one pretty good.

I always lol @ the small mindedness of people like you, too. It's fun. And it's "trendy" to point at them and say, "Hey, look, a troll." -- If you don't like something, move on dude. No one cares about what someone doesn't like. It's like going to a movie you've seen before and dislike then complaining about how you didn't like it. It's just retarded ;)

As to the original poster -- Rad stuff man. Keep it up!


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Feb 03, 2011 01:07 |  #19

Beautiful imagery and wonderful processing. Congrats :)


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Feb 03, 2011 09:39 |  #20
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Karizmatik wrote in post #11766836 (external link)
I always lol @ the small mindedness of people like you, too. It's fun. And it's "trendy" to point at them and say, "Hey, look, a troll." -- If you don't like something, move on dude. No one cares about what someone doesn't like. It's like going to a movie you've seen before and dislike then complaining about how you didn't like it. It's just retarded ;)

What the hell are you talking about? Dud,e you are REALLY stupid!




  
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Feb 03, 2011 10:11 as a reply to  @ post 11758733 |  #21

Great images! I really like the look to them.


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Feb 03, 2011 12:33 |  #22

People buy 21.1 mp, full frame cameras in order to have the ability to do anything to the images. Try coming up with something this amazing with an 8mp camera, while keeping the high quality.

These are beautiful.


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Feb 03, 2011 12:47 as a reply to  @ post 11758733 |  #23

I really like your style and approach to capturing the details. Just an observation on how you have the images arranged on your blog though...

If I were the person who did the catering, I'd be extremely happy with the gallery. If I were looking for a photographer to shoot a social gathering, I'd have moved on to someone else long before I got to the people shots waaaaay down the page.

I think you need to mix them up a little more and get rid of the ones that look like you were creeping around shooting from behind bushes. It's obvious you have the ability to connect with people because the people shots look casual and relaxed.

As it's laid out now, it's a catering demo with some people shots far down the way.


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Feb 03, 2011 13:07 |  #24
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MissCJ wrote in post #11770131 (external link)
Try coming up with something this amazing with an 8mp camera, while keeping the high quality.
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Your post shows,k you know ZERO about photography. For one, megapixels means almost NOTHING. Second, there are PLENTY of high-end pro's all across the world that did just fine with the 4mps Canon 1d. Some of my finest portraits were done with a Canon 20d, and any of them would blow the doors off these photos! They're ok, but come on, give me a break...




  
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Feb 03, 2011 14:54 |  #25

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Your post shows,k you know ZERO about photography. For one, megapixels means almost NOTHING. Second, there are PLENTY of high-end pro's all across the world that did just fine with the 4mps Canon 1d. Some of my finest portraits were done with a Canon 20d, and any of them would blow the doors off these photos! They're ok, but come on, give me a break...

Fair point on the Canon 1D. I'm not, however, going to argue with you on someone else's thread. All this does is reflect difference in taste, but you clearly enjoy finding people to call "really stupid." If you don't like this kind of PP, get off the thread.

I'm done.


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Feb 03, 2011 16:09 |  #26
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MissCJ wrote in post #11770920 (external link)
All this does is reflect difference in taste, but you clearly enjoy finding people to call "really stupid." If you don't like this kind of PP, get off the thread.

I'm done.

Um, did you even READ his post to me???!?!




  
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Feb 03, 2011 17:08 |  #27
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Here's his post - from out of nowhere. Things like this are why I hate even getting involved in internet photography forums:

Karizmatik wrote in post #11766836 (external link)
I always lol @ the small mindedness of people like you, too. It's fun. And it's "trendy" to point at them and say, "Hey, look, a troll." -- If you don't like something, move on dude. No one cares about what someone doesn't like. It's like going to a movie you've seen before and dislike then complaining about how you didn't like it. It's just retarded ;)

As to the original poster -- Rad stuff man. Keep it up!




  
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Feb 03, 2011 23:48 |  #28

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Here's his post - from out of nowhere. Things like this are why I hate even getting involved in internet photography forums:

Aww, really? What a shame. I'm sure we'll all miss you're presence.

Bye, bye.


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Feb 04, 2011 09:57 |  #29
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Karizmatik wrote in post #11773779 (external link)
Aww, really? What a shame. I'm sure we'll all miss you're presence.

Bye, bye.

No, you won't - I'm not going anywhere :) Throw **** at me and you'll get it back - x1000.




  
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Feb 04, 2011 10:34 as a reply to  @ glasshouse's post |  #30

is there a time out corner in this room ? I think it may need to be used

Sorry they took your space with this Heidi, I loved the look by the way


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