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10-25-2018, 12:14 AM - 2 Likes   #21121
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Finally gonna try posting again. Sunset Image of Hawaii's North Shore. 12.o sec, f/16 ISO 100 @ 24mm. 24-70 lens
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Great photo, but we want to see more Russian people and buildings.
Alas, but I will post those photos I like.
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Haven't see a post from LeRolls for a long time. Hope he reads this and puts an end to the drought.
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Carnival Of Lights, Helsinki w/ DFA*50

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Ok, this post is getting too long for me.. IŽll post more shots later.

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K-1 • FF Mode • 100 ISO • Soligor C/D Wide-Auto 20mm f:2.8


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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Well done Bruce (and Mrs Bruce! What a trooper!) I like the color, but I'd clone out the bokeh ball in her ear...

I understand what others have said about the ring light catch in the eye's, but this may help as a compromise and they may change their minds... One thing learned back when I was doing portraits and weddings: Try to never let the catch light (especially a ring light!!!) be centered on the pupil of the eye, because it makes the subject look wolfish and it unnerves people instinctively (some anthropologist could prolly say why better than I) but at any rate, if you can get that ring off-center a bit, (either put it off center which means not shooting through it, and/or make sure the subject avoids looking directly at the ring light or light source) it will help give your subject some depth, as well as make the eye's look a bit more warm and friendly. Well, that's my .02 FWIW anyway. It's fun watching you work, looking forward to see what you do next.
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Ok, this post is getting too long for me.. IŽll post more shots later.
Lovely work, nice shutter speed, not too long not too short. Great stuff for handheld and the DFA50 working a treat.

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This one landed in Explore yesterday (rank no.42 no less);

A semi tricky shot here. This is an stacked image with two different lensbaby shots taken at different apertures. Normally I do this trick with landscape and flower work, never before with people. It requires me to work fast and made all the harder with only manual focus. So the more stopped down frame is used for her face and torso, the rest with the wider aperture frame.
Quite pleased with the results however.

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The Devil's Bathtub. A kettle pond at a local park noted for it's Ice Age sculpted geology.
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One of my favorite shots I got from my hike into the Adirondack Mountain Reserve. And possibly, one of my favorite shots of fall I was able to take.
Really happy that my gear allows me to capture the beauty of nature, it was well worth carrying it all on my back for hours and hours to find spots like that
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QuoteOriginally posted by awscreo Quote
One of my favorite shots I got from my hike into the Adirondack Mountain Reserve. And possibly, one of my favorite shots of fall I was able to take.
Really happy that my gear allows me to capture the beauty of nature, it was well worth carrying it all on my back for hours and hours to find spots like that
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That shot is really special, congrats! It is as much the journey and memory as it is the shot for you, all we get to see is the final result, which is terrific, but I'm sure you'll never forget what went into getting that one. I've got a similar shot over my fireplace from my old Pentax 645 film days. Most people are polite and think it's a pretty waterfall shot, but my wife and I remember the hike it took to get it, the numb fingers and lugging the big bogen tripod and walking on the trail in late fall to get there. Fun times!
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