Discussion in 'Photography and Cameras' started by JoelT, Sep 27, 2015.
Watching the last remnants of the "atmospheric river"
We were driving home the other morning after a doctor appointment and saw this. Taken at ~35mph through the car window on my iPhone (I was a passenger)
I did nothing to this picture except crop it.
Many years ago in France, I came upon this prehistoric find.
Could it be the ancient ancestor of the Teletubbies?
Interesting to see how they evolved. If under 40 please search up Teletubbies.
Been awhile since posting in here - this is one from the 10k Turkey run downtown. This was actually the first job I had booked for a long time since the covid nonsense. Its only a side hustle but, I used to be booked out at least 20 or so jobs a year. Not a ton but, it was something. Hopefully get things going again this year
We just had over 24 hours of freezing rain. This is my backyard right now:
Turkey Buzzards by skydive1200, on Flickr
I like the Deer Picture "Mom-and-Bambi" in your flikr feed. That picture has a lot of potential too for editing. A bit of warming up on the top with the sun, some dodge and burn to add a bit more separation to the subject. Love the shot tho. @Acoustic Taser
Thanks for the kind remarks. You're right there's potential in the deer photo.
Shunde Art Museum
Finally got a good field test with my Sony A7C + Sigma 28-70 F2.8 setup during my recent trip to the Netherlands and Belgium and got a shot that I am pretty pleased with. I am still learning and probably had some settings wrong or should have invested in a nicer ND filter, but the shot turned out appropriately moody which was what I was going for.
Columbus Cars and Coffee was downtown this past weekend. Here are a couple that I made that I liked.
Shot with a flash and brand spanking new Sigma Art 30mm f/1.4, I know I know I know, it's a headphone lifestyle shot but I was genuinely thrilled to have had this backdrop to shoot against!
@earnmyturns unable to see either image you'd posted, seems to be a 403 error when I try opening source.
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