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  1. devwild

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    It' been a while, nice to see this thread still going stong :)      
  2. devwild

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      You mean you'll pay for me to go back? How nice!     I do hope to go back in a couple years with a more serious focus on photography (rather than trying to see lots of things).   In the meantime, one from home.  
  3. devwild

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    You'd think it was spring or something in here :)   Quote:   Heh, thanks   Indeed.   OK, last Japan post, no more torture ;)            
  4. devwild

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      Thank you, yeah, that's definitely one of my favorites from the trip now. Didn't even realize how well it came out until I went to process it.      Heh, I openly admit I'm a sucker for detail.  The hard part is not getting so caught up in it that you miss what makes the hobby fun and...
  5. devwild

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      Not specifically, I booked it quite a while ago knowing I may hit it or not. Being just on the tail end of it in Tokyo was a nice surprise, and visiting Arima Onsen (the last few I posted) was great since it is higher elevation, so the petals had really only just started falling. That was a...
  6. devwild

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    spent a couple weeks in japan so I've got a bunch of pictures coming...           
  7. devwild

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    Happy springtime :)  
  8. devwild

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    Thanks for the comments! Quote: No, it's one exposure, but it is tone-mapped in the B&W conversion (Silver Efex), which is why the light "halo" around the building is more pronounced that I usually like - but I like the dramatic look here.  All the detail is there in the one exposure. I...
  9. devwild

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    Quote:   90m wide, more info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tillamook_Air_Museum  - unfortunately it doesn't look like it will be maintained much longer, as the museum is moving and the cost to repair the roof is extreme.    Quote:   Thanks, playing with ND filters is fun...
  10. devwild

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    Quote: My previous two shots back a couple pages were taken with the same setup. It's not a perfect lens, but one of the coolest things about it which you may have seen in previous shots of mine is that it does a great job shooting straight into the sun (if you like starbursts).    
  11. devwild

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    Quote:     Thanks :)   (had to take down the second one temporarily)
  12. devwild

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    so quiet the past couple days... here, have a couple of panoramas         
  13. devwild

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    Quote:   I've used both and in terms of DSLRs there is really no practical difference aside from everything on the nikon being backwards of canon and the nikon having two command dials. I'm guessing this statement dates from the film Rebel days - the rebel was way more user friendly in...
  14. devwild

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    Quote:   Thanks for not getting flustered when I go off rambling on camera info - I've been helping friends lately learn the ins and outs of SLRs and mirrorless cameras so it's on my mind. :)
  15. devwild

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    Quote:   Looking at the exif data on your photos the first photo is f/20, 1/20sec, the second is f/25, 1/20sec. The smaller aperture (f/25) would probably be why the second shot is a little darker. Unless you put it in full manual mode the exposure is constantly being adjusted slightly by...
  16. devwild

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    And now for something completely different...   I had two polaroid cameras sitting around so I decided it was time to try out the impossible project film just for the heck of it:         Yup, I made the noob mistake and caught my own shadow. One of the problems with a...
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