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SydneySider
Posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013 3:23:46 AM

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DLizze
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Here's one I took with my Blackberry cell phone.




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amazing pictures..
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I drive by all the hot spots.
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I love a good landscape picture, these where taken at sunset, and the last one was using the panoramic setting. All using my phone. Will pull out some better quality pics, taken with my camera.



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keoloke
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Naughtygrl73 wrote:


Would you believe Im so paranoid about losing my photos I have a back up hard drive for my back up hard drive d'oh!


Cute how you put it. No, you're not being PARANOID. I have not made the word too paranoid right?

I usually make now 3 copies. All get stashed in different locations. I do not trust the hard drives much, just my thoughts.. I do not have a valid reason not to.

On another note: what I find complicated is the cataloging (for retrieving) of the photos. What do you use?




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keoloke
Posted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 8:12:04 PM

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SydneySider wrote:


.....Besides, its the lens that makes the difference most of the time.


Great comment.

I’m a photog enthusiast. When someone ask me regarding a camera because they want to take those great photos that they see, I remind them that it was the trained eye behind the camera that took the photo. If they ask me again, as most often happens. I tell them (as you have commented) that the camera it’s just a box that used to hold film and now instead it has a chip. It was the lens that made the pic.


...extraordinary photos and techniques, congrats.



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Kitanica
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nicola wrote:
How do you do the fake tilt shift effect? I love it! It makes Circular Quay look like it's made out of lego!

I will see what I can dig out of my archives, when I find my exterior hard drive.




It'd be cool to see one of mount everest.
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Naughtygrl73
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keoloke wrote:



On another note: what I find complicated is the cataloging (for retrieving) of the photos. What do you use?




I'm a tad.....anal, there really is no other word to describe my cataloging technique, which is a rather unfortunate description, considering where we are Embarassed

I have the photos in folders sorted into years.
These are then sorted into groupings, headed under each of my children's names,special events, holidays, scenic, garden, pets ect.
Then, I know it gets worse, under each folder i sort the images into sub-folders for the months they were takin in.

It works for me. Lol if I can remember what year and month they were taken in

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The view from my loungeroom....in a strange light one day.





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Fitzroy Falls, NSW, Australia



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SydneySider
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Naughtygrl73 wrote:


Oh love this T..

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Taken with my iPhone this morning at about 6 am from a hot air balloon of another balloon in our group.

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Oberon wrote:

Gosh I love this picture!
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Thank you, Autumn17.
That's a lovely shot above, with an amazing sky.
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Southern California sunset


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DLizze
Posted: Sunday, June 16, 2013 8:49:21 PM

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Shot this one with a Canon A580 in "automatic" mode. Cropped it to make the moth fill the frame, and increased the color saturation, but that was all I did to it.




Same camera and setting, except I turned off the flash, so that the aquarium glass wouldn't wreck the lighting. All I did with this one was flip it so that the jellyfish was upright - it was swimming upside down.

"There's only three tempos: slow, medium and fast. When you get between in the cracks, ain't nuthin' happenin'." Ben Webster
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