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  # 693868 1-Oct-2012 08:09
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Wow, that Bee shot is something else.

I've tried myself a few times for hours on end to capture something like that and never succeeded. Congratulations.




"I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road." -  Stephen Hawking


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  # 700572 13-Oct-2012 11:26
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Guys and Gals

When posting your masterpieces, please include some camera, lens, speed, aperture readings info.

I enjoy viewing all your photographs but I would really appreciate learning how/what you did to capture them.

Thanks Smile

 
 
 
 


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  # 700588 13-Oct-2012 12:08
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Zippity: Guys and Gals

When posting your masterpieces, please include some camera, lens, speed, aperture readings info.

I enjoy viewing all your photographs but I would really appreciate learning how/what you did to capture them.

Thanks Smile


You are right, these information should be included!

For my pic above:
Canon 650D, EF35mm f/2, ISO 200, 4.0 sec at f/5.6

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  # 701819 15-Oct-2012 22:18
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From shelly beach rd.




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  # 701873 16-Oct-2012 08:14
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A rainy day...




Shot with my new 50mm fixed focal length lens.  f 2.8 I'd say for this one, and a fairly quick shutter speed.
Little bit of lens flare added to the water drop afterwards in photoshop Wink
All just playing around.

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  # 701880 16-Oct-2012 08:22
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wow, really nice!
Could you please include details about you photo (lens, aperture, exposition, etc..) 

Thanks

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  # 701887 16-Oct-2012 08:48
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gcorgnet: wow, really nice!
Could you please include details about you photo (lens, aperture, exposition, etc..) 

Thanks


I can't say for gifs. The info you are looking for is usually embedded/might be in the image file.

 
 
 
 


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  # 701905 16-Oct-2012 09:37
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gcorgnet: wow, really nice!
Could you please include details about you photo (lens, aperture, exposition, etc..) 

Thanks


Have added some details above.  Wanted to upload it a bit larger, but the geekzone image uploader appears to resize down to smaller dimensions, regardless of the original size of the file I'm trying to upload?

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  # 701924 16-Oct-2012 10:10
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gcorgnet:
Zippity: Guys and Gals

When posting your masterpieces, please include some camera, lens, speed, aperture readings info.

I enjoy viewing all your photographs but I would really appreciate learning how/what you did to capture them.

Thanks Smile


You are right, these information should be included!

For my pic above:
Canon 650D, EF35mm f/2, ISO 200, 4.0 sec at f/5.6




Nice shot. What, if anything, was done in post?

TLD

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  # 701930 16-Oct-2012 10:28
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Azzura:
gcorgnet: wow, really nice!
Could you please include details about you photo (lens, aperture, exposition, etc..) 

Thanks


I can't say for gifs. The info you are looking for is usually embedded/might be in the image file.



The cityscape above, has its EXIF intact, which can be viewed with Opanda iExif 
http://opanda.com/en/iexif/

Shot with a Canon 40D at 1/320" and f13
On 14th October 2012 at 3:54pm
ISO 400
focused at Infinite
Focal length F4
Shot in Auto mode (that's embarrassing)
Lens used Canon 17-40mm f4
Processed with Lightroom 3.4.1
no flash was used.


Opanda is free and works with IE and Firefox.  I believe there is also a Mac version.




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  # 702456 17-Oct-2012 12:58
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polglase:
gcorgnet:
Zippity: Guys and Gals

When posting your masterpieces, please include some camera, lens, speed, aperture readings info.

I enjoy viewing all your photographs but I would really appreciate learning how/what you did to capture them.

Thanks Smile


You are right, these information should be included!

For my pic above:
Canon 650D, EF35mm f/2, ISO 200, 4.0 sec at f/5.6




Nice shot. What, if anything, was done in post?


Thanks!

I did a few tweaks using LightRoom like increasing range by increasing the highlights and pushing the shadows down. Also increased vibrancy a bit.
The original looked a bit more pale, obviously..



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  # 705320 23-Oct-2012 20:35
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Sunset today, HDR+/-2  f8













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  # 708336 29-Oct-2012 12:33
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Taika Waititi

Shot this in the weekend at We Can Create design conference in Auckland. Taika's presentation was hilarious, and was more of him just telling a story about him growing up than any hard talk on the future of design and professional creativity.

Was very chuffed with the photo because of how dark the auditorium was, and how slow my telezoom lens is. A lot of throw aways before and after that photo.




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  # 711101 2-Nov-2012 19:17
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  # 715970 12-Nov-2012 17:46
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1/25s t f/22
using EF-S18-55 f/3.5 at 18mm
ISO 100
Canon 650D



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