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#1 User is offline   reef geek 

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Posted 14 August 2011 - 08:10 PM

Okay people, I would like to start a general photography thread. This can anything (PG), paint ball or not. Lets see so pics people! I would appreciate it if you could also post where you took it, and with what camera. This can also be the place for photography questions. Feel free to post as many pics as you want as well. Please, if they aren't your pics give credit to the person who took them.

So I'll go first. I use D60.

Here's a deer in glacier national park, near lodge pole
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next we have the mountains near our house in colorado
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This is one of my favorites, a lizard on a hawaiian coffee plantation.
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And here we have a rose at the local botanical gardens.
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Posted 14 August 2011 - 09:29 PM

Was taken with a junk camera...can't remember the brand...most of my pictures no longer exist after my hd crashed.Attached File  Clyde.jpg (119.67K)
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Posted 14 August 2011 - 11:30 PM

View PostIrishMack, on 14 August 2011 - 09:29 PM, said:

Was taken with a junk camera...can't remember the brand...most of my pictures no longer exist after my hd crashed.Attachment Clyde.jpg


That sucks dude, my friends computer crashes to. He lost 1000+ photos and a bunch of other stuff. We got a back up, so if the computer crashes we still have every thing.
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Posted 15 August 2011 - 05:15 PM

Old cameras:
Glastonbury 2009 -
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Old Hippies never die, they just rave away (New Years eve 1999-2000):
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Mum (on the right) with an Honest John, somewhere in Germany, possibly Munster.
Unknown who took the photo.
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Anchor, St Marys, Orkney 2008
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Sunset from 'Cannigal', Orkney 2008
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The Italian Chapel, Orkney 2008 (Can you tell what it is made from before getting to the end)
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The interior features are all painted, not 3d. Work by Italian prisoners of war in WW2, a converted Nissen hut




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Venus flytrap in flower
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Sunrise, Stonehenge summer solstice 2010
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Rainbow, Tescos car park Southampton Road, Salisbury 2011
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Sadie Lee Coopers feet, lead singer 'Caught in the crossfire' at 'the road to Wedge' Portsmouth, 2010?
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Still life / team wine
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The Chapel 22 January 2011 - 'metal' gig
First picture, guy in the white is Charlie Hashemi lead singer of Drowned by Oceans
(No post process editing - all as taken)
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Sea gulls, Lyme Regis 2011
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Opposite my office, a regimental memorial somewhere in Wiltshire.
Since the unveiling the names have increased.
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Posted 15 August 2011 - 05:55 PM

cool pics dude
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:42 PM

hello
you know that a cable release is a tool to take a picture without touching your camera. Now, the iPhone can do this, too.
iOS 5 introduced many new features for photographers. Among these is the ability to use the Volume up button to take photos. As a result, the Volume up button on your headphones also works to take photos! It seems perfectly obvious that it should after the fact, but it's not something most of us are likely to try.
This means, every iPhone includes a free cable realease. This is huge for an iPhone photographer because the current shutter buttons aren't very good for keeping your phone steady. Interestingly, I've found that it's often much easier to get burst shots when using my headphones compared to just the volume up key.
Perhaps the best part is that this can be paired with Bluetooth devices! I'm not sure if every headset with volume controls will work (as the buttons need to map correctly to the iPhone), but if a Bluetooth headset can increase the iPhone's volume it should work.
What I have been able to confirm so far is that a Bluetooth keyboard is perfectly capable of acting as a remote. In addition, Joseph Linaschke over at ApertureExpert.com has said that his Bluetooth headset works as well, but I'm not sure which model.
Using a wireless remote opens up even more possibilites, especially when considering that the remote will start and stop video capture, or take self portraits which don't have your arm in the photo.
Hope someone else will make use of this for their iPhone photos. :)
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Posted 30 November 2011 - 04:11 AM

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Posted 30 November 2011 - 03:39 PM

I don't use my ipod for photos very much, but thanks for the good info!
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