Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by YODA, Feb 8, 2009.
Cheers for the CC Seventh
Here are some photos I took this weekend at an Aikido testing at our dojo.
Picture taken at La Jolla Beach, CA.
Awesome pictures by the way!
Originally seen on: http://bpp3.deviantart.com/art/Behold-the-Sight-II-298055097
Was at the Great North Steam Fair the other weekend and only got the decent photos mangled recently. All taken at Beamish Museum in Co. Durham (my favourite stomping ground) with Nikon D3100, various touching in Lightroom 4.
Beamish Signals by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Pockerly Plates by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Boat Tram Town by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Circular by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Pit Village GNSF by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Pit Village Signs by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Pit Coal Chute by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Fire Engine by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Drift Tubs by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Velocipede by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Beamish Volunteers at Jubilee Sweet Shop by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Off to the Football Match by Anth Gaskell, on Flickr
Nice Anth! I especially like the environmental portrait shots!
Originally seen on: http://bpp3.deviantart.com/#/d4xomme
My mind demanded to experiment with Curves, this is what it spitted out. A bit to much graininess for my tastes, but I don't think I can reduce it anymore without subtracting from the detail.
Originally seen on: http://bpp3.deviantart.com/art/Rice-Cake-II-299552207
does anyone here do:
1) film photography?
2) use a rangefinder?
3) do street photography?
1) No, I wish.
2) No, Canon Rebel Xsi here.
3) Occasionally, though I usually tend not to due to the dirty glares I get.
Here are some pics from my last adventure. This was in the desert around Red Rock Canyon, outside of Las Vegas.
Brilliant photographs Omicron!
Out of curiosity, what kind of camera do you use?
These were all taken with a Nikon D90, 18-105mm VR lens, and a Hoya polariser. I used the bracketing feature of my camera to take three different exposures, then blended them together in post-processing.
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