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Originally Posted by airo View Post

 

 

I'm not a big fan of selective-color, but excellent use of light.  Well done.


Edited by SoulSyde - 10/1/13 at 2:00pm
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Grrr - the image posting interface locked my first attempt up. :mad:

 

Great work matthewh133 and airo!

 

Renaissance Festival stuff from me:

 

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Also m4/3 here

 

I had a bit of free time the other morning so I dusted off my camera and walked to the old female factory (now a lunatic asylum!!!) to test a $10 ebay lens

 

All shots are at 100mm equivalent... never used anything this long before, and I must say trying to manual focus and actually get stuff in-focus on a sh1tty LCD screen in bright, windy conditions sucks (close to 30C everyday, bushfires blazing, and it's only spring!)  

 

Anyway, the hospital gardens are named after these things

 

 

and people often visit when these things are in bloom

 

 

some of the flowers looked disappointing (like the livingston daisies) but there's always lots of colour.... here are some poppies being blown around

...sadly they're not the opium variety :(

 

 

 

... and now to some random snaps of other visitor doing stuff

 

here's someone taking pics using their phone

 

 

snapdragons, plus some people walking and talking

 

 

there were lots of mums pushing prams, especially in the park next door; this one looks like she's just got some surprising news

 

 

me taking a photo of people watching a person take a photo

 

 

that's all for now

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I've got some shots from last friday that I have a very good feeling about, I just need to take about 8 more and then I can go work on getting this film developed.

 

I don't know if film necessarily improves image quality, but damn does it make you think a lot harder about composition. I lift the camera to my eye, look through the viewfinder and ask myself, "Is this shot worth the film?" If no, I take the camera away from my eye. If yes, I joyfully release that glorious sounding shutter. (Not kidding, the sound my SRT-101's shutter makes is to DIE FOR).

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Not much of a photographer, just a person who recently bought an expensive camera. The pics are of my builds. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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No problem ;)
Nowadays it's enough to own an expensive camera to be considered a photographer.

Goodness gracious me!
Are you some kind of interior designer?

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I love the audio rack but it does not have enough air flows for the tube amps unless he has a fan in the back.

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It does, the right side is entirely open and there are slits in the back that allow for a nice flow rate. The hottest amps Dynahi, Zana Deux and the Balancing Act (didn't have it when the picture was taken) in there are given more space than the others. 


Edited by ericfarrell85 - 10/2/13 at 9:39am
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No problem ;)
Nowadays it's enough to own an expensive camera to be considered a photographer.

Goodness gracious me!
Are you some kind of interior designer?

 

No, just a hobbyist. A couple of years back I wanted to buy a coffee table that was outside of my budget. It was a recurring issue, the furniture I wanted most was the furniture I could least afford. So a buddy suggested we take a trip to a lumberyard in the area. We did and... eventually an addiction set in. Common enough tale I think, give or take the lumberyard. 


Edited by ericfarrell85 - 10/2/13 at 9:42am
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This is another rack I built (the first). 

 

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No, just a hobbyist. A couple of years back I wanted to buy a coffee table that was outside of my budget. It was a recurring issue, the furniture I wanted most was the furniture I could least afford. So a buddy suggested we take a trip to a lumberyard in the area. We did and... eventually an addiction set in. Common enough tale I think, give or take the lumberyard. 

 

That's a really cool and organic look to the furniture and fixtures you've built.  

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This is another rack I built (the first). 

 

 

Has that FLW Prairie style written all over it and I love it!

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Not much of a photographer, just a person who recently bought an expensive camera. The pics are of my builds. 

 

 

 

 

 

:eek: Amazing. Especially those wall light fixtures.

 

 

 

And where does one find room in NYC to build these things?

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Thanks for the compliments. They do mean a lot. 

 

As for finding room:

 

One treats space as though it were the most valuable commodity. One also looks upon closets as though they were sheds for storing building materials to the consternation of his spouse who unfortunately had to sacrifice every nook and cranny to make this hobby work. 

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New Zealand (North Island)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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