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05-22-2008, 02:47 AM   #31
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Some real Great Samples

Here are a couple of samples and the link:

Did some post prod, i.e; Contrast, highlite and shadow stuff and sharpened 0.4 pixels at 180 percent.

I was actually surprised by the close up capacity. It is actually quite good in a shitty kind of way...

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I would have never thought you'd consider becoming a lomographer, Benjamin.
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The first pic is great Ben. I really like it .
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The first pic is great Ben. I really like it .
You are stroking me.....

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I really like that first shot...
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I think you need a 2x TC to get the first shoot even better. It would give you a nice closer look.
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Are you talking about a gravity lens? Such a lens would be a marvel to behold. Impossible to use on Earth because of the gravity, but it would be a marvel nonetheless!
Instead of a super massive black hole or a galaxy, you could use a graviton emitter. It is cheap, commonplace (every school bench has one handy) and lightweight. Doctor’s holocamera (I think it is a Pentax K1000000000,3D) has several of them and still weighs just 500g.
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Instead of a super massive black hole or a galaxy, you could use a graviton emitter. It is cheap, commonplace (every school bench has one handy) and lightweight. Doctor’s holocamera (I think it is a Pentax K1000000000,3D) has several of them and still weighs just 500g.
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Nowhere nearly powerful enough for my bird-shooting needs.

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I dunno, that seems like a really nice soft focus lens, try taking a portrait with it and see how it comes out.
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I dunno, that seems like a really nice soft focus lens, try taking a portrait with it and see how it comes out.
I agree, it looks like an interesting soft focus lens.

Also, if you did a B&W or sepia conversion it might give the look of an antique photo.
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somebody please put this thread out of it's misery :-)

and bury that lens in the ground, lol, it's giving me a headache from trying to focus my eyeballs
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It's has a kinda interesting builtin soft out of focus effect, cool!
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Re:

First photo looks like a Matisse painting.
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