Discussion in 'General Forum' started by RedNome, Aug 11, 2007.
Taht's actually not bad lass.
Do I have to go searching though my photos, when 90% of them were on auto? Bloody hell!
I like it very much.
taken with a crappy 1.3mp camera a few years back on hols, but i like them
Where is that?
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Those trees look like monsters.
excellent work weaste
i just want to say that this thread is awesome, most of the pictures are great
The sun! I normally do the moon, but you can have the sun as well.
What's with the B&W GB? Just asking, do you think that it gives the picture more clarity? Is this film or a switch on the digi camera, or a photoshop job?
Never take B&W photos with the digi camera, you can always make them B&W later.
What is it?
A Field, Holland
It was an optional setting on my old Fuji. I'm a big fan of B&W so i used to shoot a lot of stuff directly in that mode. I know the arguments that you can't colour it afterwards etc, but tbh i never wanted too.
My Nikon doesn't have that setting so i have to convert them afterwards if i want too.
This is a false Christmas tree... way over exposed.
It was in a lift in my hotel in Louisville.
I can see that there is a mirror, because I can see your camera, but what it is?
Back to the crappy 1.3mp again..
Old French quarter, Hanoi
Halong Bay, Vietnam
I do not have any bridges, but I have a heroin addict's dreamtime of a field.
And a load of weird rocks and a river going past somebody's door.
I'd never noticed the reflection until you mentioned it.
Bit of an artyfarty hotel....this is what I found outside my bedroom one morning...
I would have been scared if those things had turned up outside my hotel room..
This one you have outdone yourself with!
Red emperor penguins?
My red penguins would kick the shit out of yours GB.
Halong Bay was something else Weaste. Absolutely stunning. Unfortunately my crappy little 1.3mp didnt do it justice at all. Would love to go back there with some proper gear
1.3mp or not, especially that first photo, the colour balance is just wonderful.
The trouble most of the time with photography is that you have to be in the right place at the right time. A lot of mine end up being directed towards the sun which in turn washes the sky out totally. I don't have time to sit there for hours on end waiting for the right light.
thats true. At Angkor the best time is to get there for sunrise, so i got up at 5am and motorbiked it to the site. Problem was that there was about 200 Japanese already there and who had taken all the best spots!
Are they both water fonts? You know, press a button and have a drink. That would be brilliant.
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