Sunrise this morning was pretty cool
Also, here's a photo of my cat taken using the freelensing technique:
That sunrise is a bit dull, did you try bumping the colours? Also cool cat, I have no idea how to freelense, but is sounds hard to focus.
you could give it a go if you'd like? i was fiddling for a while and couldnt come up with anything without it looking silly :( and thanks, if you've been keeping up to date with the offtopic thread then you'll know but that is the cat I had put down this morning :( Also, freelensing is actually pretty simple, just turn to manual, focus at either infinity or as close as you can and then remove your lens and get experimental, tiliting moving forwards and back etc all produce awesome results :)
you go to a lot of political marches cueball, must be pretty sweet! i like that one, its very photojournalism-y :)
I like how he managed to catch that poster behind the flag. And the random guy to the right. It all adds up to a picture that looks straight out of a newspaper or something.
aye it's good fun, got a bus with about 100 other people, was great, good atmosphere
Only complaint about that is the shakyness of it
You should make a shoulder mount or do that "hanging tripod" trick or something to smoothen the movement if you do that kinda thing often.
also oh god I love your voice
Question that you've probably been asked a bajillion times; if you shoot with a 5D, why add fake artifacts?
you're right, it helps to add to the believability of photos and ability for the viewer to connect with them even if they're heavily processed and all that
might have to steal that idea and use it myself
have to say though bopie, you make me wish there was a forest area near to my house. All your photos remind me of when my family would go picking mushrooms (not the hallucinogenic kind) during wet seasons, it's that time of year again... might go again to dwell in the nostalgia
What's your technique for adding them? Just some random brush dabs here and there?
Went to Dulles airport today to see the Air and Space Museum (Better than the one in DC in my opinion)
The space shuttle discovery had just been moved there a day or two before. It was so crowded, this was the best I could do
Discovery by millerroberts, on Flickr
SR-71 Blackbird by millerroberts, on Flickr
If you wanna see more
I love that first picture, great centering
Haven't really taken any photos this week apart from these two of the gf.
Oh Inzalonus, what kind of area do you live in?
a world of constant, beautiful golden hour
the most boring, flat and hostile place in the world
perth, western australia
I'd rather be there than Brisbane for photography tbh.
consider yourself lucky guys, I live in northern england.. nothing but rain this time of year, can't even take my camera out!