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Originally Posted by Mrvile View Post
Well here's how I would do it:

http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a214/Mrvile/plane.jpg

I didn't spend as long as I could have on it so it's a little sloppy but you get the gyst of it.

If you want me to remove the image just let me know.
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Originally Posted by upstateguy View Post
that's a really nifty pic Rav, I thought I'd have a crack at it too, I added the detail of the planes on the ground.....

http://www.fototime.com/E13D3C6F7488255/orig.jpg
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Originally Posted by Sir Nobax View Post
Lets all have a go with Rav's pic:


INTO THE NOVA
http://sirnobax.googlepages.com/intothenove.jpg



..anyway, i like the original (its great), and with the added postprocessing of Mrvile it is worth hanging above your dining room or something.


I had another go ... for some reason i keep making it more dramatic, although not quite as dramatic as Sir Nobax
post #47 of 12335
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Originally Posted by beerguy0 View Post
a few sunrise pics
Wow, those are beautiful, some great scenery really well shot
post #48 of 12335
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Originally Posted by Contrastique View Post
Here are some of the B&W's I scanned recently to add to my site:
great photo.


post #49 of 12335
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Originally Posted by terrymx View Post
great photo.


Made the suburbs look good.
post #50 of 12335
From my recent trip to China/HK/Macau. I was stuck with a point and shoot SD750 instead of the D50, there were some really nice wide angle shots I would have been able to take with it.









post #51 of 12335
Took a bunch of shots when I went to the Bay Area, and most of the shots turned out over or underexposed, or out of focus. I should be more careful. That was pretty much my first shoot for more than a couple shots though, and also my first time having to use manual focus. I need more experience. Most of the shots that should've been good turned out bad. Anyway, here's a fun picture I took that will replace the ones I messed up on.

post #52 of 12335
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Originally Posted by XxATOLxX View Post
From my recent trip to China/HK/Macau. I was stuck with a point and shoot SD750 instead of the D50, there were some really nice wide angle shots I would have been able to take with it.
what setting did you use with the point and shoot to get the wing in focus?

USG
post #53 of 12335
just got back from vacation in Asheville NC >> here's a sunrise off the Blueridge Pkwy

post #54 of 12335
If the pic wasn't fish-eyed i liked it better.
post #55 of 12335
great shots everyone...

post #56 of 12335
here's another with the Nikkor fisheye .....><>
I'm in love with the lens!
post #57 of 12335
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Originally Posted by Gobs of Lub View Post
just got back from vacation in Asheville NC >> here's a sunrise off the Blueridge Pkwy

http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g1...xon/ps0089.jpg
Quite surreal, even if I try and un-fisheye the image in my head, the colours are just spectacular!
post #58 of 12335
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Originally Posted by vagarach View Post
Quite surreal, even if I try and un-fisheye the image in my head, the colours are just spectacular!
X2! The light is very beautiful and has a fairytale kinda look. Nicely done!
post #59 of 12335
I took these during some event in my city and I thought they were original

The digicam is an old Nikon Coolpix 2100 (which explains the horrendous chromatic aberration in the first pic).





post #60 of 12335
lots of bubbles...
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