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03-24-2014, 07:59 PM   #6091
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Agreed ... and great job with the kit lens (curious, which one?) ... saw your x-post over on that thread ... TFS, J
18-135mm and some shots with the sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6.

Both brilliant lenses, was very very happy with the 18-135 perfect travel kit.

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QuoteOriginally posted by luisalves Quote
Here are two more:
Or one more twice

Click on the photos for details...









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HDR practicing

Some HDR from Reims France practicing....









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Nice shots Belcik !

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amazing photos of the stained glass there, are those in camera HDR or layered post shoot?
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Belcik......Some very nice work there! A good use of HDR!

FS......As always, some great shots and fantastic processing. Love that little birdie, just perfect!

Regards! ....Maybe soon I will have a new birdie shot or a handsome squirrel to post here? I've done a few NSFW nude squirrel shots lately for Otis to pin up on his Penthouse walls, but I can't really post them here....and hopefully none of you would be interested anyhow!
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QuoteOriginally posted by clintox Quote
amazing photos of the stained glass there, are those in camera HDR or layered post shoot?
Thank You, these are all layered. HDR done using Luminance HDR - basically, all default settings 3-5 shots
Some cropping and rotating shall be applied, but I will check some Lightroom plugins to do it there.

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03-26-2014, 03:21 AM   #6098
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A Bug's Life

A locust that lives in my backyard ^_^.He eats loads,Including this rose.

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and Processed with Photoshop CS6


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Nice bug !
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Nice bug !
Thanks he is,His always roaming around eating. He is quite loud if you listen closely you can hear munching sounds lol.
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Nice shot indeed! Funny, here we call that a "grasshopper" and we call this a locust.
https://flic.kr/p/8dcPNv

Do you ever have huge swarms of "locusts" there? Sometimes we have swarms miles wide and miles long, they eat everything in their path. They can strip a field of corn in minutes.....hope yours is not a scout for the rest of his buddies!

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Great shots everyone!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Nice shot indeed! Funny, here we call that a "grasshopper" and we call this a locust.
https://flic.kr/p/8dcPNv

Do you ever have huge swarms of "locusts" there? Sometimes we have swarms miles wide and miles long, they eat everything in their path. They can strip a field of corn in minutes.....hope yours is not a scout for the rest of his buddies!

Regards!
Thanks ^_^ Haha no just the one, also in Australia we have grasshoppers but they are smaller and the photo you posted here we call them a Cicada also Cicadas are one of my favorite bugs,So i am yet to take a photo just need to find one.

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hungry turtle
beautiful photo,I love turtles heaps ^_^.
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