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12-17-2009, 03:43 PM   #76
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I prefer to be behind the camera.
That's very creative and the outcome is superb.

12-17-2009, 03:46 PM   #77
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That's very creative and the outcome is superb.
Thanks Class A, I played around with Dynamic-Photo HDR.
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Very creative Iris.
Thanks matiki
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Less than one hour ago with the F 35-80mm lens and off camera flash.
Very cool Matt!

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Riding:

This is a still from a short time-lapse/stop-motion piece

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Somewhere in Montana, or was it Alberta

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Playing with a new-to-me Sigma 10-20

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Click photo to read the story.

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Back to film and the trusty and dusty MX!
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John, the time lapse video you have composed is simply great. I would really like to be able to do something like that..




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12-20-2009, 03:51 AM   #84
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A lazy k100d shot... with the cosina 55 1.2
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John, the time lapse video you have composed is simply great. I would really like to be able to do something like that..
Thanks Fractal. Get yourself a Bogen/Manfrotto SuperClamp and Magic Arm. I'd also recommend a small P&S with interval shooting mode - hanging even the lightest dSLR on the end of a 2 foot arm is a recipe for camera shake.
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Not technically a self-portrait...my talented daughter did the deed!


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A lazy k100d shot... with the cosina 55 1.2
Gus, is that you in the avatar too?
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not as creative as my first submitted photo, but thats me. sorry for the terrible webcam photo. =/

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not as creative as my first submitted photo, but thats me. sorry for the terrible webcam photo. =/

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