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Where were these taken? I like them, especially the car corpse.
I also am interested as to where these photos were taken. I enjoyed them..especially the first one...
I embrace my desire to feel the rhythm, to feel connected, enough to step aside and, weep like a widow, to feel inspired, to fathom the power, to witness the beauty, to bathe in the fountain, to swing on the spiral, to swing on the spiral of our divinity and still be a human...
I'd be interested to know what photo manipulation you've applied to these images.
If you've got any more I'd be interested in having a look.
Thanks,Originally Posted by Bacchus
I changed the colour values of the first two, by simply experimenting with the "hue/saturation" feature in photoshop (image>adjustments>hue/saturation).
More of my photos can be found in my deviantArt gallery: http://saltedslug.deviantart.com/gallery
EDIT: Actually, this site has just my photography:
Last edited by Nudnik; February 19th, 2005 at 12:38 PM.
Some more shots. I found a load of bottles left by the previous owner of the house..
Bottle collector, or secret alcoholic? I think it's pretty safe to say it's the latter.
There's a 4ft crawlspace under my house.. I was down there breathing in the fresh air, when i found these..
The bottle on the left is having a whisper with the other fellow.
very crisp photos i enjoyed them alot the 2nd group were a little plain but you workde with it rather will good angles i would like to see more stuff like the first grouping personaly and keep them comming
I've taken the next step in my quest to become a good photographer. I've disgarded my crappy digital camera and gotten a manual film camera.
This is my first time using an SLR, so a lot of my first pictures weren't focused satisfactorily. These ones i'm comfortable enough with sharing:
If the lense looks dusty and scratchy its because I got the camera for £6 off ebay, and it's almost 30 years old.
Overall I find it much more fun using a manual film camera than an automated digital camera. The picture quality is more aesthetically pleasing to me (maybe it'd be even better if i cleaned the lense ).
Any tips for a fledgeling SLR photographer?
really nice, did you post that flowerbud with the little speck on it in another thread? I know ive seen this photo before and your other ones in here but I didnt think I saw them together maybe its my imagination