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10-15-2018, 11:47 AM - 1 Like   #16
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Really nicely done!

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Really nicely done!
Thank you Bart - you were talking about mine? I had those doubts creeping in almost as soon as I posted them - did I have shake reduction off while on tripod? will anyone notice that patch to the side that I darkened in post?... should I have cropped the second?... I'm sure most people have these sort of thoughts...

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Thank you Bart - you were talking about mine? I had those doubts creeping in almost as soon as I posted them - did I have shake reduction off while on tripod? will anyone notice that patch to the side that I darkened in post?... should I have cropped the second?... I'm sure most people have these sort of thoughts...

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Yes I was, Richard.

A healthy dose of self-criticism is never bad but no doubts are in order here
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#2, at work again, iPhone 7.

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#2, at work again, iPhone 7.
Wonderful effect with the reflections, David!
10-24-2018, 09:33 AM - 2 Likes   #21
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Pentax Q w/01 prime normal lens. Stained glass window on old Jewish synagogue.
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Sunlight and glass did all of this. iPhone 7.
Beautiful geometries playing with shadows..!!!

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Pentax Q w/01 prime normal lens. Stained glass window on old Jewish synagogue.
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It reminds me of the ancient teterias in the Arab markets ..
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Lots of great entries!

PLEASE NOTE: I will be "in transit" at the end of the month (Iceland!) so it may take a few extra days before I can decide a winner.

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A bit of vanity for #3, iPhone X selfie assisted by lots of glass.
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Pentax Q w/01 prime normal lens. Stained glass window on old Jewish synagogue.
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Looking for something out there ... I bring these pictures of the windows of a modern hospital ... when the wait is lengthened ... In different mometos of the day .. in the afternoon, in the morning and with rain ... All made with Moto G5 Plus.
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A bit of vanity for #3, iPhone X selfie assisted by lots of glass.
Great entries, barondla, Alayos & David!
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As a retired clinical instructor in Radiography Technology, I used to take my students on a field trip to a local X-Ray Museum. From the archives again, a x-ray tube and old time accessories.

Fuji X-10 and post-processed using PSE 9
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As a retired clinical instructor in Radiography Technology, I used to take my students on a field trip to a local X-Ray Museum. From the archives again, a x-ray tube and old time accessories.

Fuji X-10 and post-processed using PSE 9
That's one cool looking tube. Excellent image of something rarely seen. Does this screw into a normal lightbulb size receptacle or a bigger one?
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That's one cool looking tube. Excellent image of something rarely seen. Does this screw into a normal lightbulb size receptacle or a bigger one?
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I'm no expert, but it looks like an old GE Coolidge tube. The glass tube is placed in a metal housing that is then filled with oil to help dissipate heat. In the old days before recycling, the broken tubes were just thrown out. I was lucky to get one from a service tech decades ago and still have it as a display piece.
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As a retired clinical instructor in Radiography Technology, I used to take my students on a field trip to a local X-Ray Museum. From the archives again, a x-ray tube and old time accessories.

Fuji X-10 and post-processed using PSE 9
A remarkable piece of "glass", zman!
I'm normally not that keen on selective colouring but in this image, it looks to have a good effect.
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Wire meshed glass window at my work place. Shot, cropped and converted to BW on my phone (HTC10).
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