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Old Sep 16, 2010, 1:53 PM   #71
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Great work everyone!

But to single out the very special shots from the "merely" very good:

3puttpar - #2 love the colour, texture, composition.

Dwayne - all top notch, but #4 of the tigermoth, oh my goodness!!

Neil, love your stuff, as you know from Flickr, #2 is one of my all-time favourites.

LTS470 - #3 is beautiful, subtle colours, great texture, excellent composition.

Spy - love #5 - the organised chaos and brutality of the construction.

Justin - love the lighting on #5.

And Mark - #5 also - awesome flash dude. You should do weddings or something. :P
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 12:55 AM   #72
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I have been trying to find One particular photo I really am fond of, because it has emotional meaning for my sister...one of her old homes mailbox..


one of a cormorant

one of a bee I chased from flower to flower

one of a dinosaurs backbone

and...

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Old Sep 19, 2010, 1:00 AM   #73
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It is difficult to remember to enlarge ones photos Before and then click the copy the Url...and click back to here to plop it down on to this thread....otherwise I got postage stamp photos.
I don't know what to call rocks and pebbles at the ocean...up for grabs...
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 11:53 AM   #74
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Well 5 more picked somewhat randomly.









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Old Sep 19, 2010, 12:18 PM   #75
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Don't you just love EXIF data:

"Planar Configuration = chunky format"

"Focal Length = 0mm"

BTW, Hards80, I really like #4. Where is that?
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 12:41 PM   #76
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Don't you just love EXIF data:

"Planar Configuration = chunky format"

"Focal Length = 0mm"

BTW, Hards80, I really like #4. Where is that?

lol, i have no idea what chunky format is, and how it differs from slim forma??

when you see 0mm for a focal length on my images it means it was shot with a legacy lens, in this case a Series 1 Viv 105mm 2.5 macro.

Thanks, #4 was taken at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It's a really beautiful building, and they are doing alot of construction on it now, so it will be even more impressive when they finish the renovations.
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lol, i have no idea what chunky format is, and how it differs from slim forma??
I thought it would have been "chunky" versus "smooth". You know. Like for peanut butter.

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Thanks, #4 was taken at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It's a really beautiful building, and they are doing alot of construction on it now, so it will be even more impressive when they finish the renovations.
Thanks. I've been to Cleveland once, but didn't have much time to sightsee. I was doing some work for one of P&G's vendors.
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 5:13 AM   #78
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I've been away so haven't had a chance to look at the latest images that have been posted. Wow!, lots of beautiful photographs that make me want to grab the camera, go out and take some pictures.

I do have to comment on one set posted by Dwayne Oakes; I don't know the exact treatment in PP, but I find all your images simply beautiful. Thanks for posting as they are inspirational.

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Took some sorting to come up with another 5 best, but here they are.
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Just back from Florida the first 2 are from Mallory Beach Key West at sun set, the next was taken at Key Largo Just took my eye the stacked boats. the last 2 at Sea World. These shots are straight out of the camera in JPG I usually shoot in RAW but I was worried about space. i have quiet a few RAw which I still have to PP and will share later
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