Post Your Favorite Photos (Must have been taken by you!)

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  1. JoelT

    JoelT Friend

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    I know there are some great photographers who are also headphone junkies. Post your favorites photographs!


    Cold Front, Beaver Bay, Minnesota - Shen-Hao FCL-57-A, Fuji 90 SW, Ilford Delta 100, Orange Filter
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    Here's mine. Recently taken.

    Fisherman's Town, Phú Quốc Island, Vietnam - Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/ Voigtlander 15mm f/4.5 II @ f/5.6
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    Hopefully I'll be able to take more like that when I get my Sony A7R.
     
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    lm4der A very good sport - Friend

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    Held my smartphone up to my 6" telescope's eyepiece:

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    Somewhere in British Columbia. The path to enlightenment, no doubt. I decided ignorance was bliss and walked back to the car.

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    Smart move. You didn't fall for _that_ one.
     
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    Where do you guys upload pictues to insert here? I've used potimg.org but they seem to have a size limitation for my 5-10 mb photos...
     
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    Fantastic pictures, please let them keep on coming.

    cheers
    Ferrum
     
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    I have not been out shooting much, still waiting for my gear to get here from the UK. I managed to cobble together a rig to grab some skyline shots of Houston recently.

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    zeissiez Turn that Schiit down - acquaintance

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    India, 2015
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    China, 2014
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    Just got my first DSLR and took some photos today.

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    I've got a ways to go, but I'm very happy with life right now.

    Edit: Bonus 2 pics of my sister from a woods walk today

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    keanex Martian Bounty Hunter - Friend

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    That was beautiful. I capture photos for the same reason you do, I hope to one day do what these guys do.
     
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    Congrats on the DSLR Keanex! Nice first shots.

    Late Evening Fog, Baptism River, Tettegouche State Park, MN - Shen-Hao FCL-57-A, Fujinon 400T, Ilford Delta 100
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    In the Muir Woods.
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    FWIW, I use flickr to share photos. Once the pic is uploaded and I'm previewing it, I can click the download icon, view all the sizes. Once I find the size I like and view it, I can right-click and copy image URL to paste here.
     
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    Film! Yes!

    How is it working with Delta 100?

    (I've been learning 4x5 on cheap expired Chinese Lucky...maybe move on to HP5)
     
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    Learning Lightroom and shooting in RAW. This is going to be crazy, but fun!
     
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    Cool. Delta 100 is a very nice film, which I use as my primary go-to with my 5x7 camera. It's difficult to find in 5x7 at this point (5x7 has to be bulk ordered - 4x5 is readily available), but I still have 300 sheets or so in the freezer. It's very similar to Tmax 100, which I'd probably prefer for 4x5 at that speed (Tmax is slightly less grainy, though both are very low grain). I personally prefer Kodak Tmax 400 (TMY) to Ilford HP5, due to Tmax 400 having lower grain. I shoot Tmax 400 in both 4x5 and 120 rolls when I need the speed. I've found both Kodak and Ilford films to have good quality control and to deliver consistent results. They're worth the money once you're confident enough with your technique. I develop everything in Kodak Xtol 1:1.


    Awesome. RAW is well worth it, unless you're turning a high volume of shooting for something and can't justify the time in post. Lightroom is a good place to start. It's very easy to learn with it's slider based adjustment system, but has some depth. Photoshop, while offering incredible control and being superior for localized work, has a much steeper learning curve.
     
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    [​IMG]_IGP3211_2_3 by , 於 Flickr

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    Some photos I took in China 2008 with my father. Camera was Pentax K10D+18-55.
    Sadly I lost all my original photo files around 2012 due to stupid hard drive format, this is few that I uploaded to the internet so the moral of the story is to make backup twice.
     
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