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ISO50, f/18, and i STILL needed an ND filter! Unfortunately i didn't have one....

I've got one ND8, and got 2 more on the way for stacking for long exp during the day, so i can make a nice middle of the day timelapse :D

 

One Grad ND8 and one more on the way.. for stacking also :)

 

I just got the Tian Ya ones.. $10 per filter including delivery, i cant detect a drop in sharpness using them :)

 

Ilford FP4+ rated as ISO 50, developed normally :)

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/athiril/3869767797/

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I understand you do most of these shots to play with the exposure and development of the film, but perhaps you could look at some slightly more interesting subjects?

 

Sorry your majesty :P Working in b&w is hard lol.

 

More photos :)

 

Every morning I travel down this road, and it has some really visually interesting subjects along the way, especially during the early morning fog:

 

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c&c please :)

Very nice, I keep looking at the barb wire in the lower left corner, so perhaps if you could get that in focus, and also drag more out of the highlights to blow slightly less of them out would be cool too.

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Sorry your majesty :P Working in b&w is hard lol.

Developing and printing B&W can be - I admit I was never very good at it. But taking photos in B&W is not hard : p.

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The rest of the set from the soccer.

 

1/200 wasn't quite fast enough for the action, although the lens proved quite sharp at f/5.6. Even given that I had to use ISO 1600 all night.

 

Not bad for a kit lens! Also, hats off to whoever invented in-body noise reduction.

 

(EOS 1000D, EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS, ISO 1600, f/5.6, 1/200sec)

 

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Myself after paintballing.

 

Well, half a day after paintballing. 12 hours.

Yes, I didn't wash, for the purpose of photos.

 

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Manny Librodo's sharpening, bleach bypsassed, Viveza to darken the yellows of the couch.

And I usually don't like it, but this time I feel like the blur adds to the photo :D

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You're chewing the wrong end of the cigar, dude :P

Believe it or not, I had it the right way around.

 

If the batteries in my flash hadn't been flat, I would've gotten some photos with greenery in the background and the cigar lit up. Damn batteries!

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little franking thinking about getting up to play with the ball - taken with olympus ep-1

 

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i posted these in photo-a-week, as i said there i had a day up at noosa national park and got down on the rocks to get alot of these, i didnt have my tripod with me, 'cause i wanted to try some slightly long exposures to get like a flowing effect with the waves crashing up, next time tho, i plan to head up in the next few weeks, and go to hells gates and devils kitchen and a few other places. i got as far as granite bay, see map if you interested, also as i said i can upload hires if wanted, i have been asked for a few already from friends, i was surprised, i didnt think they were anything special.

 

map of noosa national park http://www.epa.qld.gov.au/media/parks_and_...eadland_map.pdf

 

and the pics

 

ok seems i cant post my shit load of images

 

so i will choose a few

 

if you want to see th erest, follow me to the gallery - http://s419.photobucket.com/albums/pp280/HEVIW8/noosa/

 

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"Dinner for two"

 

 

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I know the crop's too tight, but you should have seen it before. Did what I could.

 

 

BONUS CONTENT:

 

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That's a wild kangaroo by the way, with a new joey in her pouch. She let me get within two metres of her, which is amazing. I was expecting to be kicked in the chest at any minute.

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Going through some old photos at the moment. Here's some stuff from a visit to the Yaumatei market in Hong Kong in November 2008. Missed some better photos ops by getting to the market late. 8am is late at a wholesale market, unfortunately.

 

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Great photos OJ...making me hungry now lol.

 

Went to the beach for a swim at 6am and almost stood on a stingray :S i got out of the water pretty quick lol

 

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Great photos OJ...making me hungry now lol.

 

Went to the beach for a swim at 6am and almost stood on a stingray :S i got out of the water pretty quick lol

 

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Damn, that's a lovely shot you've got there too. You've got the colours just right.

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I looked at the full resolution version and there's a hickup in the horizon when I stitched it together. Guess that's what happens when you do it in 1 minute :S lol

 

Here's another one about an hour later:

 

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Here are 2 more from my time in Forster:

 

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