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    A Few of my own work.

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    Really nice work! The power station is my favorite so far - but I love the contrasts and colors in all of them - looking forwards to seeing more!

    "The reason why truth is so much stranger than fiction is that there is no requirement for it to be consistent."-Mark Twain

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    Thanks, these are some of my others transferred over from my other thread.


    Laptops among the pigeons by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Beach Jump Saunton Sands by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Cosmic Girl by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Athens-Sunset by Steve ten Have, on Flickr

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    really very nice picture and very creative.

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    Thank you Elizabethraws.

    Had a pretty visual couple of weeks.


    Grass Fire by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Goulburn NSW Grass Fire by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Lightning by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Lightning by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Angry Skies by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Drowning Trees by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Evening Grass by Steve ten Have, on Flickr

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    Last edited by steveOBHave; January 11th, 2013 at 06:44 AM.
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    I love the simpicity of evening grass. The grassfire shots are impressive, the light foreground has a bit of an artificial feel to me though - but maybe that's the point. Love the thunderstorms and the drowning trees, too - and Athens is always awesome - the sky looks much clearer as it usually is in smoggy Athens

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    Do you have some tips to achieve similar results of your lightning shots? Do you leave the shutter open all the way until you see the lightning? Thanks!

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    Sure - Stop down your aperture till you need around a 10 second shutter speed to get a good exposure (during the day or evening), at night I generally go for a 15 second exposure. I use a programmable remote and just let it fire off till it captures something. If you don't have a camera with that capability you need to just keep hitting the shutter till you get a flash. The key to a good photo is ensuring that you set up both the composition and the focus correctly and use a remote so you don't bump the camera. Don't be surprised if you end up taking a couple of hundred photos before you get a keeper. It's all about patience.

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    I've done a little urban stuff but usually approach it from a more saturated and bright perspective. I'm attempting to push myself out a little more as urban photography has been one of those subject matters that I've found pretty dull. I often find myself wandering around a city looking at things thinking "that might be interesting as a photo" but always having it in the back of my mind that I'll get home, biff it into LR, and realise that it's boring because it's 'just another building' or 'just another wall'.

    I thought I'd have a go at it though - I don't think that I've done terribly well from a composition point of view and I also had to contend with only having a 50mm on my camera. Feel free to fire away on the critique.

    Ironically it was a pretty dull day with very diffuse light so I've not tried to colour it up in any way hence the muted saturation and black and white treatments.


    Graffiti by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Blind Bunny by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Graffiti by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Moody by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Muso Bunnies by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Skyline by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Up by Steve ten Have, on Flickr


    Albion St by Steve ten Have, on Flickr

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    I really love the first photo. The architecture is just astounding with the scenery.

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    I love this one. The feeling of open space is refreshing

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