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Any photographers on here? Show us some of your work!

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by ph0to, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. wahsben

    wahsben NES Life Member NES Member

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    They are neutral and you can get ones that screw into the lens and also I don't know if the Cokin filters are still made but there is that type also. Even just shooting the kids and families on a really bright day with a nice background a ND filter could come in handy.
     

  2. Varmint

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    Yeah, I should get a screw on ND filter for bright days since I tend to shoot everything with primes, good idea, thanks.
     
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    wahsben NES Life Member NES Member

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    You're welcome. Depending on how serious you are about your photography and I think you are since you're only using primes. I'd actually recommend this type because they allow you much more flexibility than just your screw in type. Although it can get very expensive but I'm sure you already know that photography like guns costs lots of money if you're serious. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1332561-REG/nisi_nip_100_v5pro_v5_pro_100mm_filter.html or NiSiV5 Pro 100mm Filter Holder Kit or TiffenPro100 Series Camera Filter Holder with 77mm Adapter Ring They allow you to adjust your filter to where you need it and if you're going to ever use graduated neutral density filters these are what you need to get the graduation line in the best spot. You can also use Singh Ray filters with these which had a very good reputation back when I was shooting more and from the prices and reviews on B&H it looks like they still do.
    I would add just in case someone thinks that I'm saying you can't be serious about photography if you're using zooms that you can but to get the quality of primes you need to buy the best glass such as Canon's L lenses or Nikon's top lenses which are very expensive.
     
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    On your Mac, open the App Store and search for EXIF. You'll get a ton of utilities, some of them made just for removing EXIF data.
     
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    Tip: Easily Remove Geotag Data Using Mac's Preview and Windows' Properties

    I don't have a Mac so who knows. My buddy Google told me to try that.
     
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    Man, I gotta dig out some of my gear one of these days and get back out there.

    Some of my favorite grab and go gear. Something most folks don't know about let alone have ever seen, the Epson R-D1s(I also have the R-D1[much to the chagrin of many Leicaphiles, the first digital RF]).
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    The first is a 20 second exposure in bulb mode using a 10 stop ND filter
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    I use a Fuji X-T1 Mirrorless and a Nikon D3300
     
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    Cool camera. I have that 35mm Color-Skopar on my M6 and it's fantastic.
     
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    Papa's and Kitten's shadows holding hands.

    Samsung S7, just a cell phone pic.
     
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    I went this morning to take in the peak bloom for the cherry trees in DC.

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    Wow Cindy. Beautiful shots. I never check this thread, but I am gonna have to start.

    " A man could spend his entire life looking for the perfect blossom, and it would not be a wasted life"
     
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    Well, it's the thought that counts and whoever this lucky NES'r is, I'm sure they appreciated your effort anyway. I actually have considered volunteering / joining a group of locals who welcome the veterans who fly into Dulles with the Honor Flight program.
     
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    Bucket list has DC during the spring for sure. So pretty
     
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    It was a beautiful weekend there. My son who works in DC posted a lot of pics.
     
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    Probably a cliche picture but what the heck...someday I'll take some time in Photoshop and kill off the people standing around.

    Portland Head Lighhouse, probably the most photographed lighthouse in the world.

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    Nothing special. But I like it.
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    My GSD Frieda with the 'can I have the cookie now look ? '
     
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    61C55586-6231-4F06-8F29-7852CB85CEA2.jpeg Fuzzy Nutz
     
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    Another sunrise and two bucks from a 530am drive. DSC_0427.JPG DSC_0478.JPG DSC_0482.JPG
     
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    I downloaded Camera+ 2 for my iPhone 7+, it’s pretty cool, you can select action mode and it’ll shoot at like 1/400 for kids sports. You can also manually set iso or do long exposures, shoot in RAW etc. I mainly wanted a fast shutter mode if I don’t have a camera with me at the kids sports games.
     
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    For fast motion I usually film it in slow-mo then go back into edit to screen capture whatever it is I was hoping to get.
     
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    Playing around with a lightbox the other day.

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    I have one. Sadly it doesn't get much use. I DID manage to put it to use once on my shoes, though:

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    And in 3D! [grin]

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