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    • CommentAuthoredbury
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2010
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    @COOP

    When Flickr tells me I have to sign in first, I know it'll be good.

    In other news, seriously considering a 7D.
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    Yeah! I was looking at that and the 5D the other day. Good, meaty cameras those.

    But the one I really want is the Pentax 645D
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    @William George-That is some serious Camera Porn!

    I went on a walk downtown this evening.
    Do Not Enter
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    DSC00574

    I ordered myself a Holga camera for Mother's day, I'm looking forward to trying it out soon; I've seen people do some really cool stuff with them.
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    @RobSpalding Awesome! Its a Tang-Hued sky!
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      CommentAuthorMunin
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2010
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      CommentAuthordorkmuffin
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2010
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    @All photogs living nearish the ash cloud.

    Are you guys familiar with JMW Turner's paintings? They look like this:



    Art historians lauded his use of bold color, but guess what? The sky actually just looked that way when he was living due to a massive cloud of ash from a really fucking large volcanic explosion (Tambora, the internet tells me).

    SO! Take advantage of the awesome colors!!!
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    thewaltonsare,

    Wonderful. Contrasty, moody black and white photon abuse gives me The Happy, Thank you.
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    Another shot with my trusty Olympus Pen EE-2

    veee
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    @Microclimate-Many thanks! I really like the light through the window ones.
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      CommentAuthorallana
    • CommentTimeMay 6th 2010
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    speaking of expired film, i just got back my LAST EVER travel roll, an Ilford B&W:

    45130035
    trades workers advertising/waiting in the plaza of mexico city.

    45130009
    my best friend, becky.

    45130029
    the coolest trees, ever. possibly exclusive to havana?
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    thewaltonsare- the drippy paint one caught my eye, but the light through the windows held it. They're pictures of the light, little else, which is quite the superpower.


    Nuclear textbooks for atomic crimes
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      CommentAuthorbarton
    • CommentTimeMay 6th 2010
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    Say Cheese
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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010
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    Shooting with a 40+-year-old Leica M f2/35mm Summicron lens mounted on a Lumix GF1 digital body.

    I'm digging the results, even if the manual focus assist on the Lumix is a bit counterintuitive.

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      CommentAuthorrickiep00h
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010 edited
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    manual focus assist
    Like, it automatically helps you focus... manually? This is something I must investigate further. Because it's making my brain hurt.

    ETA: Okay, now that I've looked it up it's much less confusing. And even interesting. Some good shots there, by the way, while wrangling with a new process.
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      CommentAuthormoali
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010
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    Took some pictures last-minute when I was in Pakistan in february, have a look:

    photos
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      CommentAuthorbarton
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010
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    Today Was a Good Day
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      CommentAuthorbarton
    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2010
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    Oozes foreboding doesn't it?
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      CommentAuthorSlick
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2010
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    Some experiments with HDR

    Interior of St Michaels church in the village of Ilderton in Northumberland (My name is Michael Ilderton and my ancestors were the vicars here)

    church

    Quarry gardens at Belsay in Northumberland

    quarry garden

    Belsay Hall Northumberland

    belsay hall
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      CommentAuthorCOOP
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2010
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    Ugly japanese vinyl:

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      CommentAuthorRobSpalding
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2010 edited
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    I'm starting to get into photographing the sky in the evenings because there are some great colours right now.

    This one was because of the shafts of light coming through the gap, unfortunately they don't come out quite as strongly as I could see them.
    Shafts of light


    This one is all about that ceiling of clouds above the match and the glow at the far end of it.
    Cloud ceiling

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