Posted: Thu, 27th Oct 2005, 11:55pm
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Took this shot of my brother at the Grand Canyon. I think its pretty cool. I got it with one shot, incredibly lucky.
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Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 12:10am
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Looks cool. You must be pretty high up, the background looks fake almost. Nice.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 1:37am
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What horrid fate would he of encountered if he had say, slipped on that jump?
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 1:41am
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He'd, um, die, I'm pretty certain. A year or two ago when kids were on an overnight field trip at my school, one kid hiked with a group up the bluff at Big Bend National Park and fell off and died. Weird thing, though, he left his hat and his backpack on the bluff. So nobody knows if he committed suicide or just slipped. Needless to say, we don't taje onvernight field trips anymore.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 2:41am
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This tpoic has alot of potential. Itd be cool to see some of people's favorite photos that they have taken. And since this place is a film making forum, im sure you all have quite a few.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 2:56am
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My new wife and I were on our honeymoon and Halloween came early. We just got a new roll of our honeymoon film developed and in them was this picture. I had not heard of any beach guarding ghosts before, but I guess she was just in for a visit like anyone else. Anyhow, if you're ever in Monterey, CA, say hello to the beach ghost for us...
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:00am
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Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:05am
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WOW! Those are amazing man....
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:29am
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Hey Pooky, that statue of liberty one is Really Awesome. So awesome infact, that i want it as my desktop backround. Have you got a high res version?
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:34am
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I PMed you the hi-res one (strangely, only 756kb, so I can host it on imageshack) and it's straigh from the camera with no post processing (I think think I needs any anyway).
I got a bunch more on my site (see under my sig).
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:42am
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Hmm... I think that time I blew up a helicopter was pretty fricken' awesome...Here's
a much bigger and awesomer version.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:43am
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.... NO HDR?!
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 4:57am
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I'm an amateur photographer with my Canon Digital Rebel, here are some of my photos on an outdated site that I intent to replace soon.
If there are any photos you like, feel free to use as wallpaper/desktop images, but if a friend asks for em, point them my way instead of sending them the file, please. Thanks.
(Do anything you like to em too, just give credit)
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 6:28am
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Okay okay okay. That wasn't a real photo. THIS
is, without question, the greatest single image that has ever happened to the earth. It has made me laugh soooo many times... it's... it's incredible. This is the work of some hardworking, VERY creative, cherub. Laugh away.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 2:17pm
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A Pickle, I can't see your website for some strange reason...
Can you host the image of that helicopter on imageshack ?
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 2:29pm
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Tis one of my fav's.
I didn't take it. I'm the dude suspended in teh air.
My actual favorite photograph. Of the weird church on its own island in the middle of the sea. It's crazy. Apparently some women placed a curse on the church after the first King was buried in its grounds. All land around the church has been erroded but the church still stands tall.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 3:10pm
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Ok, so there's a little bit of photoshoppery that's taken place here, but I still like this -
(click to enlarge)
It's me holding my brother's cat, when I was on holiday in France. She was so cute
And again from the same trip to France, this is the Notre Dame cathedral of Dijon. Taken on a cheap Fuji Finepix, digital ND filter and contrast mask added.
(click to enlarge)
Apologies for the awful compression - I uploaded those when I was on 56k! Also, Pooky's stuff is great, and I should be even better when he gets a decent camera
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 6:28pm
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rrfproductions wrote:A Pickle, I can't see your website for some strange reason...
Nah, there's no "strange" reason. 5gigs, my webhost, is finishing off the last tasks of a recent servermove, and thusly, sites are up and down right now. I'm sure it'll come back.
...LONG LIVE .PNG's!!!
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 6:33pm
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Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 6:48pm
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it heavily photoshopped but this is one of my favs:
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 7:44pm
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Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 8:05pm
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A pickle, that second picture you posted was one of the single scariest things I have ever seen.Lol. I'll post some of my own photos later.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 8:08pm
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In my back yard.
Another from my yard.
From my trip to Seattle (beautiful place).
I took all of these photos with a Fujifilm S7000 camera.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 8:22pm
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Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 8:41pm
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Very good. Those are some really sweet pictures! Especially the one on the (swing?) carousel. Did you use the same Canon Powershoot?
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 9:00pm
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Thanks, and yeah it's Canon Powershot A95.
For the carousel swing thing, I just put it on my lap and took a bunch of different pictures with different exposures.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 9:11pm
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The swing oic makes me dizzy! great pic! I'll post one later. I took one where I put my camera up to a telescope near the beach and took a pic of a barge coming in!
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 9:19pm
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My favorite photo I have ever taken is this
one. I am not much of a photographer, don't really try. I use a Canon Powershot S-50 and iPhoto for minor grading. Now I would be using PS, but uh, my HD is gone. Luckily I uploaded this to the net before the failure. Whew.
Posted: Fri, 28th Oct 2005, 9:37pm
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Thats a really beutiful place serpent.
Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 1:27am
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Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 1:30am
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A Pickle wrote:
I'm tellin' ya, their making glasses with bigger and bigger lenses nowadays.
Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 2:31am
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A Pickle wrote:
What an egghead.sorry, that had to be done.
Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 2:42am
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sk8npirate wrote:Thats a really beutiful place serpent.
Right behind my backyard in late Spring. Usually it looks like this
Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 2:45am
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I want a field too
Posted: Sat, 29th Oct 2005, 2:52am
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pooky wrote:I want a field too
Yeah... those'd make for some, as I always say, "kick-arse" shooting locations.
...I meant film shooting.
...Not... gun... shooting.