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post #5031 of 10508
8/10. I like the photo.

Here are a couple of of shots of the local sea yesterday with my P&S cam. Don't quite remember the settings.

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post #5032 of 10508
8/10—a beautiful scene, and the photos are nicely done. They don't "stand out" enough to rate higher in my eyes, but I enjoy them.

This one ... a bit of an explanation is in order. This was taken 5 hours ago—just before midnight. It was a 30-second exposure at f/2.8 and ISO 1600. I was "ghost hunting" in this cemetery with a friend and it was a dark, overcast night. Getting colors close to right and noise cleaned out of this image in post took considerable work. So I don't expect a good rating, but some effort went into it:

Edited by TIGR - 10/9/11 at 10:01am
post #5033 of 10508
6/10 good picture, just the out of focus vase makes it bland, maybe would have been better with the stuff in the vase as well. You did a great job at cleaning up after that 30sec exposure btw.

Just messin around takin pics lol

IMG_7468.jpg by seanwebster1212, on Flickr
Edited by Sean Webster - 10/9/11 at 7:22am
post #5034 of 10508
7/10, i think it's an interesting shoot really original, it feels like she is spying on someone or that she is very shy, but i would like to see more of her face, for me it's to little.

From this summers holiday, the golden hour this day was the most golden hour I've seen.
*AWAY*

EDIT: Oh it looks really unsharp, it is much sharper.
Edited by AlbertMwugabi - 12/8/12 at 7:57am
post #5035 of 10508
10/10, a beautiful work of art, AlbertMwugabi. Well done.

post #5036 of 10508
TIGR - 9.5/10. Love the look on the cats face.

AlbertMwugabi, - That sunset photo is epic. Comparing my sunset photos just a couple of posts above to yours I think I should give up on photography.

Here is a sunset from the top of my building this Thursday.
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post #5037 of 10508
9/10 , very cool sunset nonetheless Just a bit noisy, other than that, great picture.

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post #5038 of 10508
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Originally Posted by TC_Fenua View Post
9/10 , very cool sunset nonetheless Just a bit noisy, other than that, great picture.

Need EXIF Data, I want my pics to have that same effect...I'm guessing 1.4 aperture and ~30mm?
post #5039 of 10508
Actually it's a composite of 6 shots taken with a 85mm at f/1.2, ISO 100, 1/8000 ( I should invest in some ND filters but .... ) using the "Brenizer Method". It's pretty easy once you got the idea
I know, I know, I cheated, but I just love shallow DOF
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post #5040 of 10508
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Originally Posted by TC_Fenua View Post
Actually it's a composite of 6 shots taken with a 85mm at f/1.2, ISO 100, 1/8000 ( I should invest in some ND filters but .... ) using the "Brenizer Method". It's pretty easy once you got the idea
I know, I know, I cheated, but I just love shallow DOF
You lucky Basssss lol, Thanks for the link. I am definitly try to learn this! I love thin DOF.
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