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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
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    Is this one too naughty? I was doing a photo shoot with the two ladies, and fired a random shot to unstick the view mirror. It turned out to be my favorite shot of the day. I'm not sure why, I just dig the framing.

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      CommentAuthorDervaspa
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
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    God you all make me jealous sometimes!

    @COOP I like the framing of that shot... It almost gives a feel of them being caught in the act of something... funny how sometimes the 'mistake' shots come out so damned awesome yeah?

    Went out for a good five hour long walk at the outdoor mall place last weekend. Plenty of lovely photos were taken.

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    This couple I noticed waaaaay far off in a landscapey photo I'd taken earlier... I vowed to stop them and get a picture then and there. They were happy to oblige, and I got a shot on their own camera as well... apparantly it was some school dance night or something.

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    and cheesey mushy shot of mah boy's and mine (mine and mah boys?) hands... I'm far FAR too pale.
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      CommentAuthorfionchadd
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
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    Doll and the Kicks

    Doll and the Kicks at White Air festival last weekend.
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      CommentAuthorNumberIV
    • CommentTimeSep 25th 2009
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    Wracked

    Historic Albany Foundation's Architectural Parts Warehouse, they do nonprofit reclamation work so people can get neat old stuff for their homes/apartments.
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    Here's a couple from my - Time in the Tube - series.



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    • CommentTimeSep 26th 2009
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    Winter is coming. Need some C-O-L-O-U-R. Trying again:

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    One More.

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    I went to the Virginia State Fair this weekend
    Ducklings
    Moo
    Carousel II
    And I really liked this one of my friend's dog Pica
    Pica
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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeSep 27th 2009 edited
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    Playing in the Stellas at LACMA/BCAM. If you are in L.A., go see the Joseph Beuys show that is up right now at BCAM. It will kick your brains in the teeth.

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      CommentAuthorbjacques
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    Joseph Beuys! I was passing throguh Heidelberg years ago and saw the shop that sold multiples of his work. One Halloween I wanted to borrow my then-girlfriend's dog and go as Beuys and his coyote. Me wearing a fedora and a waxy blanket and holding a shepherd's crook. The dog wearing extra fur pelts. Didn't happen, though.
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      CommentAuthorpir
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    A couple of my pics from Whitby earlier this year (linked to larger versions).

    Whitby pier. The Esk reflections.
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      CommentAuthorKieran
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    Slowly coming back to the pleasures of photography recently, but I'm not totally sure that everybody would agree as this stuff being photography ...

    First pick :

    The Battersea Power Station is Watching You !

    And something more ... enjoy :

    In the beginning

    Much more at Les Fonds du Tiroir go directly for the Photographies label ...

    I also have a flickr adress, but having the free account the best stuff just vanished.
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    I've got a tendency to remove myself from civilization and go a bit mad.

    palm
    sand
    (6x6 chromes printed at roughly 4x4")


    Using my site at http://fosproject.org to publish content.
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      CommentAuthorgrravy
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    COOP : you take your pics with the Leica version of the LX3, right ? How does it handle low light situations, and does the lack of control over DOF bother you ?

    I've got a LX2 that I haven't used since I bought a DSLR, but having something small enough to put in a pocket is really nice (even though I always have my DSLR with an old 55mm lens with me in my bag). If I had money to spend, a micro 4/3 body + a couple of pancake lenses would be a nice compromise between the LX and a classic DSLR...
    • CommentAuthortysonh
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    I rarely go 24 hours without taking a picture. I sometimes get paid for it. Part-time pro.
    My Flickr Account
    My Portfolio and 'hire me' Website
    and my wife and I publish a pdf magazine about creative culture in our neck of the woods. Gallery reviews, artist profiles and all SPOKE(a)N(e) Magazine

    Samples from a recent model shoot. This was also the first time I had done make-up.
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    • CommentAuthortysonh
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    and Kieran

    Love both of those shots
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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009 edited
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    oscillateur: I had a Dlux3, (which was great until I broke it) and then upgraded to the Dlux4. I love it. The sensor on the Dlux4 is made by Phase One, and it is a wonderful thing. There are some noticeable differences in the processing software, too. Bigger sensor than the micro 4/3rds cameras, too.

    Not sure what you mean about DOF issues, especially with the Dlux 4, which opens all the way up to f2.0, allowing for a very shallow DOF. I couldn't find a shot at that aperture, but here's a shot of the GF taken at f2.6, a straight-from-the-camera JPEG:

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    I would also add that all of my pro photographer friends, to a man (and some women) carry a Dlux3 or Dlux4 as their point-n-shoot of choice.
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      CommentAuthorFat Mike
    • CommentTimeSep 28th 2009
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    Balinese macaque

    Balinese macaque