Post Your Photos Created 12 years ago2007-08-06 23:50:34 UTC by Archie Archie

Created 12 years ago2007-08-06 23:50:34 UTC by Archie Archie

Posted 8 years ago2012-01-30 17:34:27 UTC Post #303064
1st photo: bad parenting
2nd photo: employment application
3rd photo: background Tetris
4th photo: taking approximate measurements for a new backrest
5th photo: coffee break, obviously
6th photo: weight volunteer being used by a gymnast
7th photo: weight volunteer not properly handled
8th photo: No water.
9th photo: 6th photo explanation + weird guy in the background + 8th photo explanation.

Now we need a put these into a context.
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 8 years ago2012-01-30 20:34:59 UTC Post #303065
Of course. It all makes sense.
Posted 8 years ago2012-02-03 15:59:07 UTC Post #303143
Lol'd at "no water"
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Another great sunrise on my way to the train station this morning.
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-03 06:15:25 UTC Post #303830
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-03 10:20:24 UTC Post #303895
And you soaked that flash for these two shots, or did you take shots elsewhere?
Taylor TaylorJohn Romero's Bitch
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-03 11:14:56 UTC Post #303896
If i had bandwidth limits, this topic would reduce it by 50%.

Archie has some nice photos.
Stojke StojkeOPL - 3
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-03 18:28:01 UTC Post #303899
No not those two shots, it was completely dry out. I went out a couple weeks ago and took a bunch of shots [was out for an hour] but only ended up posting three.
Attempt at night shots:
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Was drenching rain, even with a sweater and a leather jacket on I still got soaked to the bone, my equipment got completely drenched yet still functions perfectly. Also keep in mind despite the sky appearing light blue it was completely pitch black outside. [I had to work with a flashlight.]
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-03 19:03:50 UTC Post #303905
Not bad. Except the last photo. Shadows are too hard and lights even are of different colour temperatures. It hurts my eyes!
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-04 03:28:32 UTC Post #303925
The hell, I didn't even mess with the white balance on that one. Updated, excuse the poor job I can't change jpg white balance too well.

I think my product photography is improving.
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-04 16:51:46 UTC Post #303946
Spring is showing up!

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Snowdrop by Carstic Productions, on Flickr

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Snowdrops by Carstic Productions, on Flickr
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-05 08:25:09 UTC Post #303976
Very nice. And even though it's supposed to be spring it was snowing for a few minutes the other night. And the mornings are frosty.

Speaking of mornings, I was awake to watch the sun rise today. All I had to take photos was my iPod, so I made use of my fake telephoto lens.
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TJB TJBaka Alabastor_Twob
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-05 11:00:26 UTC Post #303977
The second photo is rather nicely done. I like the composition and the warm contrast. Also, inventive use of tools!
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-05 19:46:32 UTC Post #303985
Neat! I have one too but never thought of shooting through it.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-07 13:57:31 UTC Post #304036
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Pro sign photography! Whoo!
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-07 16:25:45 UTC Post #304038
Nice pickup sir props =Pf

Awesome how you did the gifs what program do u use if i may ask?
Captain Terror Captain Terrorwhen a man loves a woman
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-07 16:29:26 UTC Post #304039
Thanks, my dad's F250.

The two I use are Adobe Imageready that used to ship with old versions of photoshop, and the now integrated animation functions built into photoshop. I prefer imageready to be honest.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-07 20:42:20 UTC Post #304044
Thanks Striker and Stu!
TJB TJBaka Alabastor_Twob
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-07 20:43:23 UTC Post #304046
Wow Crollo. For once you exceeded my expectations. You actually are getting good photos.

Good work.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-08 06:28:35 UTC Post #304057
Thanks. :)

Another night, another bone chilling experience.
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That's it, all the other photos turned out worth shit. Low resolution LCD is starting to irritate me.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-08 17:19:49 UTC Post #304063
I actually shown some of your photos Crollo to some of my colleagues at informatics, explaining what HDR is.

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Smiling cat by Carstic Productions, on Flickr
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-09 12:40:52 UTC Post #304089
Looks more like a laughing cat then a smiling one. That or he's taking a shit.

Sorry if I'm getting repetitive with the whole automobile photography stuff.
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-09 21:21:57 UTC Post #304101
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-09 21:37:15 UTC Post #304103
Thats a mean machine
Stojke StojkeOPL - 3
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 00:43:30 UTC Post #304111
Wheeee camera porn. :D
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 01:26:28 UTC Post #304112
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT.
looks like a cross between a 69 camaro and a porsche 911 turbo
Tetsu0 Tetsu0Original Cowboy
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 02:04:06 UTC Post #304115
I'd say it's more like a 1977-78 Datsun that someone attempted to make look good without much success.

Crollo, is that yours?
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 04:32:10 UTC Post #304127
I think it looks pretty damn cool tbh =)
Captain Terror Captain Terrorwhen a man loves a woman
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 05:41:03 UTC Post #304130
Nah, came across it on the street, thought it looked cool and took a picture.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 07:01:13 UTC Post #304131
I meant the T2i with external mike. You seem to have it in your hands a lot.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-10 07:11:01 UTC Post #304132
Nah, I wish I did. It's the school technician's camera and I go there every Friday.
He doesn't mind if I use it so long as I don't take it anywhere so I always get an hour to mess around with it in the office. The EF 35-80mm is mine though.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-11 03:10:32 UTC Post #304162
I realised I haven't touched my own camera in well over a month :o
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-11 11:52:05 UTC Post #304165
I remember you have EF lenses, what SLR do you have?

EDIT: T2i huh? Any love for film?
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So utterly pointless, but cute.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-11 23:25:39 UTC Post #304210
Kodaks are worthless shit. They have the highest ISO noise in the market. I once bought one and I had it on ebay within the week. And I didn't know anything about photography back then.

Yes I have a T2i, I have an EF-S 18-135mm and an EF 50mm/1.8. Been looking at 28mm lenses but it seems none are too good so I'll just buy an inexpensive 0.5x multiplier for the 50mm.

I'd love to have a Canon AT-1 or something like that but apparently all sellers in my area got smart and are charging upwards of $200 for working ones. Fuck them.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-14 09:23:37 UTC Post #304211
Kodaks are worthless shit. They have the highest ISO noise in the market.
This one has a lowest ISO of 80, and it has more noise then my Olympus does at ISO 320.
I'd love to have a Canon AT-1 or something like that but apparently all sellers in my area got smart and are charging upwards of $200 for working ones. Fuck them.
I wish I hadn't traded that FT QL + FL 50mm 1.8, that camera was worth so much yet I traded it for a plastic Rebel G and a shitty kit lens... Live and learn. :(
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Gung Fu?
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-14 12:38:39 UTC Post #304297
Testing my Sony Ericsson Android camera. I used camera only a few times in my life.
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Posted 8 years ago2012-03-14 14:25:52 UTC Post #304298
TJB those are great. I particularly like the first one. It's a shame the pictures have a fair bit of noise in them.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-14 21:53:17 UTC Post #304307
@ DiscoStu: Kodaks are not that bad once in a blue moon. My friend has a 4-year-old bridge Kodak camera, and takes breathtaking shots with relatively low noise. I'll try to dig up some photos of his, awesome stuff.

Until then, here are some shots taken with my Pen:

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First two shots: Tokina RMC 80-200mm f/4
Third and fourth shots: Kit lens 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6
Rest: Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f/1.7
Taylor TaylorJohn Romero's Bitch
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 11:37:16 UTC Post #304362
12 year old E10 vs 13.2 MP DSLR
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Yeah I fucked up the DOF, sue me.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 11:51:01 UTC Post #304363
Thanks Kraken!

It is a shame about the noise, but it was the only camera I had at the time. Still, I suppose it might be possible to clean them up in Photoshop or something.
TJB TJBaka Alabastor_Twob
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 16:29:55 UTC Post #304366
Funnily enough, I own GT2. I also have a crack in the case. In the exact same spot.

Hmmm.
Suparsonik SuparsonikI'm going off the edge to meet my maker.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 16:33:21 UTC Post #304367
Image noise can't be fully appreciated if you reduce the photos. I can only see a difference in FOV.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 21:50:55 UTC Post #304373
Click the images. :P

Also, got a new toy today. What could this be?
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With the telephoto adapter it effectively becomes a 75[?]mm 1.8 portrait lens. Albeit with lesser sharpness but nonetheless a great lens.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-17 23:14:13 UTC Post #304375
They're still not large enough.

What is this? A 50mm? Can't quite recognise the old lenses.
Posted 8 years ago2012-03-18 10:12:52 UTC Post #304390
With f/1.8 probably 50mm.
Taylor TaylorJohn Romero's Bitch
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-02 19:37:04 UTC Post #304391
Canon FD 50mm 1.8. Guess what I got it for?
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Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-02 22:32:06 UTC Post #304886
Look what I got...
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I cannot even begin to explain how much I missed my fast glass.
(Alright the Olympus has some pretty fast glass being 2.4 at the longest end, but the sensor size is so small it's negligible.)
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-03 15:14:50 UTC Post #304901
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Note the UTTER AND COMPLETE TERROR on my face. Audiences are much less scary on the internet.
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-03 16:40:19 UTC Post #304902
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-03 19:00:48 UTC Post #304907
I lol'd at Archie's photo.

Here's a picture I shot today:

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Crocus Focus by Carstic Productions, on Flickr
Striker StrikerI forgot to check the oil pressure
Posted 8 years ago2012-04-04 00:52:09 UTC Post #304921
That's some awesome bokeh. I don't know why but I love the rough bokeh, I think the buttery smooth bokeh is just so cliche-like.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
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