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  1. burtram

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    I too, would LOVE, to have any one of those (minus the jeep, lol). One of these days, I'm going to either write the guy a letter or approach him, and see if he'd let me photograph his car collection. That, would be an amazingly fun day.
     
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    A play with HDR

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    D70 with Tamron 500mm lens tried to get a decent shot of the eclipse tonight. I took some with the D800 will download in morning and see they came out better. Just too much light pollution and little cloud cover made shooting tonight a biotch. There will be 3 more in the 16 months, so..... bahhhh D800 pics were worse lol
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    Moon tonight in Australia.
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    Man, I've been so busy with work, I couldn't even stay up late enough to catch it :banghead: guess I'll have to try and catch the next one.
     
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    This is the best eclipse picture I was able to take. I only had a point & click Digimax to use, so zero good close-ups, but I did get mars in there. :)
     

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    The best camera I've ever had is always the one I had on me!
     
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    Not bad. Its hard to get focused with a narrow field of view and a moving target
     
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    Picked up the 50mm 1.8 prime lens. Awesome little lens......

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    At the park, spring time and warm weather, oh to be a kid again.......
     

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    Nice shots grunt ^ how long did you leave the shutter open? Looks really cool
     
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    Thankyou :) , ISO 400 on a 50mm 1.8 prime @F8 , 30 second exposure canon eos 700d. The top pic i lowered the exposure to get this effect. To do this is very simple. Get some fine steel wool from the hardware store and put it inside a whisk. Use either a lighter or a 9 volt battery to light and spin it around painting light trails on the sensor with a 15-30 second exposure. I shot this one at ISO 100 and a 15 second exposure.. EDIT This goes without saying but a tripod is a must!

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    A few shots this morning, familiar scenery, and a forlorn boat.....

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    Home made Soft box

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    It works. Now I need a reflector the other side...

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    Priceless...
     
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    I went to Oklahoma City last weekend and visited their Museum of Art. I was quite impressed with the layout.They had an excellent Brett Weston and Ansil Adams exhibit that was really inspiring.(No pictures were allowed in there for obvious reasons) They also had a lot of Dale Chihuly's work. Burtrum I was thinking of you because so much of it reminded me of flowers. It was amazing as well.
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    8. One just for fun.
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