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  • cyk 20 Feb 2005 16:18:01 306 posts
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    Heres some I took of Juliette Lewis and the Licks at a gig in Liverpool recently.
  • unwashed! 20 Feb 2005 17:31:39 272 posts
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    Cyk: The tight one's in B&W of Julliette are very effective, like them a lot. Maybe the one where you got her moshing (10?) would work better in black and white.

    (I have to admit to a bias here, I can't be doing with colour photo's of low light situations, I much prefer a B&W in those situations. But as I said, personal bias! ;)

    Otto: Better than what I had to work with. Unfortunately for a few of my shots I had the flash turned on ( >:( ) so the camera decided my settings were all wrong. They are just so overexposed it's unbelievable! Arse!

    I think I may have to get a neutral and a polarising filter next! :D
  • MrTomFTW Moderator 20 Feb 2005 18:54:45 39,828 posts
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    Excellent pics cyk!

    My best friend at work was at that gig, just emailed the link to her, I'm sure she'll love them.

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  • unwashed 21 Feb 2005 10:24:52 1,857 posts
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    Here are some more shots, bit more arty. I particularly like this one, though the noise in the shadow is appalling.
  • pjmaybe 21 Feb 2005 11:25:32 70,676 posts
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    cyk wrote:
    Heres some I took of Juliette Lewis and the Licks at a gig in Liverpool recently.

    Cold in there was it? She's in danger of being done for some serious midget-gem smuggling there...!

    Peej
  • Deleted user 21 February 2005 11:34:32
    peej :D

    Very nice shots cyk, my favourite is the one with her arm straight up in the air. I like the fingure gesture she does!
  • cyk 21 Feb 2005 15:45:41 306 posts
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    unwashed! wrote:
    Cyk: The tight one's in B&W of Julliette are very effective, like them a lot. Maybe the one where you got her moshing (10?) would work better in black and white.

    (I have to admit to a bias here, I can't be doing with colour photo's of low light situations, I much prefer a B&W in those situations. But as I said, personal bias! ;)

    I'll take another look at that one :) I didn't want to have all black n white shots so I left some alone. I do love BW tho.

    DDevil wrote:
    Excellent pics cyk!

    My best friend at work was at that gig, just emailed the link to her, I'm sure she'll love them.

    Cool :) Hope she does.

    pjmaybe wrote:

    Cold in there was it? She's in danger of being done for some serious midget-gem smuggling there...!

    Peej

    Hehe. It was boiling so I can only guess that she stood outside for a while to create the effect. ;)

    valli wrote:
    peej :D

    Very nice shots cyk, my favourite is the one with her arm straight up in the air. I like the fingure gesture she does!

    Ta. I do like that one too :)
  • pjmaybe 21 Feb 2005 15:58:27 70,676 posts
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    Superbe photos though. I oughta start going to a few more gigs now I've got a decent camera..!

    Peej
  • cyk 21 Feb 2005 16:07:21 306 posts
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    pjmaybe wrote:
    Superbe photos though. I oughta start going to a few more gigs now I've got a decent camera..!

    Peej

    Ta :) It is tricky. I was using 1/45 and f/3.5 for them at ISO800. If you're on a 20D it would be easier as you could use IS1600 and a higher shutter speed.
  • unwashed! 3 Mar 2005 19:48:57 272 posts
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    Just what you've been waiting for... Flower macro picture-shots (um...) \o/ Oh and some others! \o/
  • reflux 3 Mar 2005 20:15:32 1,804 posts
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    unwashed! wrote:
    Just what you've been waiting for... Flower macro picture-shots(um...) \o/
    Flowers are teh gay! ;P
  • unwashed! 6 Mar 2005 17:03:54 272 posts
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    Sorry I haven't replied sooner, not enough time... :(

    Anyway... I've but an entry in my blog on how I did the pictures. As for why? I just felt like doing them that way at the time... :D I particularly like the orange flower one...

    Speaking of Macro lenses I was in Manchester this lunch time and had a look in Jessops (yeah, yeah, I wanted a polarising filter, they're the only place in Manchester that has any kind of selection of filters) and they had this lense 2nd hand for 180. Great thought I, I'll just check the brand new price on the web... You can only pick it up for about 190 brand new!!! Bloody arses!!!
  • unwashed 16 Mar 2005 10:38:33 1,857 posts
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    So my new 50mm lense arrived yesterday, and I managed to get these pictures before buggering off to the cinema to see Hitch. (Worth seeing btw, not at all bad...)
  • pjmaybe 16 Mar 2005 11:46:10 70,676 posts
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    Flower shots might be a bit girly, but the results you get are fantastic...

    Anyway a few macro jobs from the Botanic Gardens in Auckland...

    Pic 1
    Pic 2
    Pic 3
    Pic 4

    Particularly pleased with that last one...

    Peej
  • unwashed 16 Mar 2005 12:40:07 1,857 posts
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    pjmaybe wrote:
    Pic 4

    Nice pictures!!!

    But fuck me, that last one is fugly as fuck!!!

    I need some for my garden!!! :D
  • pjmaybe 16 Mar 2005 12:42:02 70,676 posts
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    Last one's the national emblem of NZ (well, after the Kiwi)

    Unfurls into a rather plain-looking fern. Though I like it like that, it looks like a caterpillar orgy ;)

    Peej
  • unwashed 17 Mar 2005 09:40:03 1,857 posts
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    Okay, so I finally got round to putting a few more pictures on me site. Today for your visual pleasure and delight we have Manchester Spring and Quarry Bank Mill.
  • HitchHiker 17 Mar 2005 16:00:08 2,789 posts
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    My latest postcard attempt ;)

    Hope you like it.

    HH.

    Edited by HitchHiker at 16:00:41 17-03-2005
  • unwashed 17 Mar 2005 16:20:22 1,857 posts
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    HitchHiker wrote:
    My latest postcard attempt ;)

    Hope you like it.

    HH.

    Edited by HitchHiker at 16:00:41 17-03-2005

    That's good that, though if this were Practical Photographer they'd say something about the whispy bits of cloud in the background... But since it isn't, we wont!!! ;)

    So whereabouts is Spinnaker Tower?
  • HitchHiker 17 Mar 2005 16:22:44 2,789 posts
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    unwashed wrote:
    HitchHiker wrote:
    My latest postcard attempt ;)

    Hope you like it.

    HH.

    Edited by HitchHiker at 16:00:41 17-03-2005

    That's good that, though if this were Practical Photographer they'd say something about the whispy bits of cloud in the background... But since it isn't, we wont!!! ;)

    So whereabouts is Spinnaker Tower?

    It was supposed to be the millenium project for Portsmouth but it's running a bit late ;)

    HH.
  • sam_spade 20 Mar 2005 22:00:00 15,745 posts
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    Flickr: Brevity Sets

    Some guy wrote an app for flickr that allows you to input a tag and then it blends all the photos with that tag into one.

    Seasons and the Eiffel Tower (presumably not at night) are catered for.
  • Deleted user 21 March 2005 08:10:00
    Some shots from my recent trip to Oban, Scotland:

    fishing boat
    waiting for ferry
    ferry details
    harbour, early morning
    McCaig's tower
  • pjmaybe 21 Mar 2005 09:05:44 70,676 posts
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    otto wrote:
    Here are a few I took in Quebec City last week - God that's a picturesque town, quite unexpected. The photos aren't really anything special (I like the 'park benches' one though) but it's such a pretty place I felt the need to share. :)

    You might know the answer to this - which Canadian city is it that had the infamous "Lego" skyscrapers in it?

    Peej
  • cyk 21 Mar 2005 09:08:46 306 posts
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    Nice shots otto. I like the chateau and the down town Torronto shots. Vali's shots are really atmospheric. The mist on the tower and the harbour is cool. Yesterday was the first day of spring. Lots of daffodils out :)
  • unwashed 21 Mar 2005 09:36:11 1,857 posts
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    valli wrote:
    Some shots from my recent trip to Oban, Scotland:

    fishing boat
    McCaig's tower

    Really like those two, very good composition, very atmospheric (IMHO of course!)

    Cyk: Where and when was this taken?
  • cyk 21 Mar 2005 09:58:19 306 posts
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    unwashed wrote:

    Cyk: Where and when was this taken?

    That was taken in Port Sunglight on Sunday using an Infrared filter. I have a few more that I need to upload. I really can't wait until all the trees have leaves again, its going to be great.
  • unwashed 21 Mar 2005 10:47:06 1,857 posts
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    No way!!! I thought it was snow!!! D'oh!!! :D
  • cyk 21 Mar 2005 10:49:57 306 posts
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    unwashed wrote:
    No way!!! I thought it was snow!!! D'oh!!! :D

    The beauty of IR :)
  • pjmaybe 21 Mar 2005 15:21:41 70,676 posts
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    otto wrote:
    pjmaybe wrote:
    You might know the answer to this - which Canadian city is it that had the infamous "Lego" skyscrapers in it?
    Dunno - tell us. :)

    I don't know either, I remember being shown photos of them when I was a kid so they must be pretty old - but can't find any reference to 'em anywhere.

    Peej
  • cyk 21 Mar 2005 15:35:03 306 posts
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    otto wrote:Wow, that is amazing! Tell us how you did it.

    Cool thanks :) I'm entering it into the BBC North West Tonight Photo competition, so I hope they think that too :) I was close to the dafs using my 50mm lens at f/1.8 to create a great depth of field, the blurry background. There was a nice small field of dafs which really helped. Not much to it really, just depth of field :)
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