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11-11-2015, 06:47 PM   #5026
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Thank you rfg

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QuoteOriginally posted by charchri4 Quote
It did it as a poke to a lady that came up to me in church on Sunday and said "I love your night shots you must have a really good camera". She meant no harm but I wanted to make the point in a way she would understand it so I posted that on my wall of facebook where I know she will see it.
It's like going into a restaurant, having a great meal and telling the chef he must have a really good oven!

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QuoteOriginally posted by john5100 Quote
A little mushroom hunting today.
Good finds. Well captured and processed. Great work.

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Thank you rayallen. They were everywhere in this parking lot. I tried to capture them as if they were in the wild.
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John, I love the different colors and shapes of the mushrooms! Didn't realize there were so many varieties!
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I know it was very Alice In Wonderland. These were actually in front of my wife's office.

Apparently they are Amanita muscaria or Santa Clause mushrooms.
http://www.livescience.com/42077-8-ways-mushrooms-explain-santa.html

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Might be the same as the mushroom in this image (K3 + Bower 8mm fish-eye)


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11-12-2015, 10:21 AM   #5034
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QuoteOriginally posted by LeRolls Quote
Nice photos.
Do you use a softbox on your flash for outdoor portraits?
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WPRESTO - awesome
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WPRESTO - awesome

Awed thanks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by csa Quote
a view to the East
Again amazing view and really nice shot. Winter skies - I love them!
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Thanks so much!
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QuoteOriginally posted by zan Quote
Nice photos.
Do you use a softbox on your flash for outdoor portraits?
Thanks.

I use a Gary Fong Lightsphere which seems to work well considering I generally don't have time to setup light stands and I don't have anyone assisting me. Thought about trying the Rogue Flashbender XL as a sort of portable softbox solution.
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We had a really nice and colorful sunrise this morning. Unfortunately, I was on my way to work and did not have a tripod. I did have my camera, though, so I got these shots - taken at the end of my driveway.
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