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A beautiful gothic cathedral from the end of the 14th century.
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X-T1, 18-55 (18mm), ISO-1600, f2.8, 1/15sec, JPG Classic Chrome, without tripod…
Today I visited the local gallery, here is one of the pictures ...
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DJISpark, shot this morning at sunrise.
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The Aldeburgh Lifeboat getting the once-over
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Recently trip to San Francisco
Taken about an hour after dinner after sunset (feed the stomach first then take picture kinda sequence :)
Xpro2, 10-24, 1/30s, f/4, ISO 1000
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Kind of new here and to Fuji. I picked up the 50/2 recently and am really liking it. Here's one from the local botanical gardens. Some crazy bokeh, but I kind of like it. Thoughts?
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An older one from 2005 Nikon D70, 70-200mm, f2.8
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Tonight's glorious sunset glow in the Wolseley/ Tulbagh region, Western Cape, South Africa where my children and I have been enjoying the last three days on a working farm to see in my birthday on the 12th :)
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This fall semester I had the opportunity take a sabbatical from my teaching duties. I chose to continue my interest in light painting photography. I have many friends asking me to share them before my gallery showings in 2019. I will be posting these images online during the month of December and January. I hope you enjoy them. Thanks to South Central College for giving me this opportunity to create this body of work.
Much of my inspiration of course comes from these two artists who know what they are doing with light.
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My collection of cheap antique and flea market 50's, 60's rangefinder camera's. I just find them irresistible. Many are still functional. Some are not. There are a few eBay purchases in there too. Most are $10 to $40 dollar finds. My latest conquest was a $12 dollar like new Argus C3 with leather case.
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Shot handheld, really did not think there would be much of a sunset, well I was wrong. Pretty much out of camera processed in On1 2018
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Or a 'drum', or a 'charm', or 'chirm'. Whatever, I saw these Goldfinches outside a little rural shop. My wife was inside shopping, and I stayed outside to watch for birds. I saw a few. X-H1 and XF 100-400.
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When you discover that the zoo is the poor man's safari location...
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Tweaks in LR. Sent to my phone, emailed to myself, and uploaded here. I have to be more disciplined and upload directly to Flickr or something after editing. Some quality loss. It's very nice on my 27" imac screen.
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Had to be done :)
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Arnarfjörður V
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Posting this one over here to not clutter up the Mono and Moody threads with fjörds!
This shot is taken from right up at the the head of the fjörd and looking back down it to the west and the Greenland Sea.
The last really visible headland is around 26km away and the fjörd bends further around to the north for another 8 or 9km.
Westfjörds, Iceland, September 2017.
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This is part if the ceiling at the Palace of Versailles.
XP2 + 23/2, 1/80s @ f/2, ISO 200, Handheld, PP in Nik.
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I visited Bintan last Friday and although the day was gloomy, I managed to get some shots I like very much. If you happen to visit Singapore or Batam, please do visit this Bintan island. Bintan has beautiful long white sandy low tide terrace.
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I was out looking for Native Orchids over the weekend. As we're now in Summer in Australia the variety of native orchids change.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 with 60mm macro
Elbow Orchid (Thynninorchis huntiana)
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#3 With a shaky Australian 5c coin (approx size of a dime) to give some perspective of how small these orchids are.
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Weather not permitting to go outside so...
DeLorean at 1/18th (9 inches long)
X-T2, Mitakon 35mm
1/2s, f/1, ISO 100, minor contrast boost in photoshop.
Thanks for looking!
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Using a panning action, under bright sunlight, we captured K-36 Class, Durango & Silverton #482 as it drifts, note lack of smoke from the stack, past the Silverton station at about 10-12 mph on it’s way back to Durango, Colorado. We were lucky in capturing the locomotive in a “rods down” position which is considered the optimum for photographing steam powered locomotives.
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At last snow is coming!
This is Norway today, Dec 9th 2018
Bluish light, its half an hour past sunset.
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We have a 38 year tradition of sending out greeting cards with a picture of us on them. The older ones are of people that I no longer recognize!
Here's this years card. If you have a similar tradition I'd love to see what you do.
Shot with the XT1 and the Zeiss 12mm lens. Cropped to get this proportion.
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Mysterious island, this - with a massive bulk out of all proportion to the nearby coastline. Add to this the fact that the cormorant in the photo was utterly fearless and didn't budge an inch over the whole five minutes I took on the shot - and you wonder what strange legends still hold sway from ancient times. Wishful thinking, of course, but our local cormorants would have flapped their wings and been off in seconds at such an encroachment. X70 18mm 1/60 @ f/5.6 ISO-640:
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Through the window...
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I shot one of our local teams Friday during the PA State Championship game in Hershey. Shot with my XPro1 and Rokinon 8mm. I was there to focus on features photos and shoot video. I didn't shoot much action (and none with my XPro) but I did get these frames I thought I'd post here.
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Cool foyer!
Been there before. Really cool…
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A local sculpture garden in my area opened a new exhibition and I was asked to take images of either the artists with their sculptures or people interacting with them.
Personally I hate the pressure of photographing someone else’s art, as you don’t know if you’ve presented it the right way.
Anyway...used my X-H1,16-55.
I actually found the artists to be a friendly bunch!
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The picture is taken from inside the bridge.
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XT2 Samyang 8mm 2.8
greet jakke
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Just a bit of fun really - seen on a doorstep in Chipping Campden on Halloween.....
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Our magnificent King Protea!
My daughter and I spent some days in the mountains of Jonkershoek near Cape Town. We were lucky to see one still in bloom, since their season is pretty much over already.
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And this is what most of them looked like
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Going thru a file from last year.... X-T2, 18-55
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X-T1 + 50-140/2.8, 1/100 sec @ f/2.8, ISO 2500, 134.4mm, shot RAW processed in LR6
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Earlier this week I had the opportunity to do a photo shoot with singer/MC Erica Ambrin Burnett here in Sacramento. So far, I have to say I am quite pleased with what I got.
X-T20 and 35 1.4 or Konica 50 1.4
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Menorah lighting on the seventh of eight days. More Please login or register to view links.
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