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    Euphoric Paranoia - Pink Pixels

    Hi!
    Just added all the stuff i've been shooting in the last 2 months.

    <Good Stuff at the bottom, so keep scrolling Down>
    gimme some crits.





    Right. Need to get some sleep. Not much else to say.

    The Clearing:



    Yellow Brick Road:



    Pink Apocalypse, Please! :


    Night Train:


    Feel free to smack me in the face.

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    Last edited by Le Gab; October 26th, 2007 at 07:18 AM. Reason: Updating The Gallery
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    One more.

    Ex Nihilo

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    The atmosphere and mood in 'night train' is amazing. Ex nihilo is my second fav, although the colours are the least strong here, the composition is the best. Liking them, keep posting!

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    Black and white anybody?

    Monochromatic Pressure:


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    Shoreline:


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    Eer, sorry...

    Thanks Twisted .

    Cmon lets stir some contradictions / suggestions. Sure could use some.

    Chairs:



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    Hi there!

    The first thing that strike me about these images is that you have a very solid understanding of compasition. However some pictures are very noisy or blurry. YOu can get rid of this by using a tripod or just a lower ISO.

    Second, I like the shorelline pic but it feels like it was cropped to close on top. And cuts the shore with the boats out of the Point of interest. Otherwise I really like your color palet and my favorite one would have been "clearing" but on the count of all the fuzz i give it 7. You have some real talent I would like to see more!

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    interesting works Le Gab.

    but as everybody mentioned, you have quite a shaky hand
    i am sure some of them weren't supposed to have the slight blur.

    I think my favorite is ex nihilo, great comoposition, a great amount of luck to see that reflection on the street ,that has to be a 10 at respecting the rules of perspective, the worst has to be chairs, too blurry, to dark, i for one can not see the actual chairs, nothing interesting in the guys sitting at the bar.

    ps: nice colors in the clearing, too bad for the blur

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by insideru
    interesting works Le Gab.

    I think my favorite is ex nihilo, great comoposition, a great amount of luck to see that reflection on the street

    @ Insideru: Right . Luck must be hunted down, cornered and shot. Then, taken down in a photo Please fell free to visit me again!

    @ Il Cielo. Thanks for dropping in and for the great advice. I'm kinda new at this and it's great to get some constructive advice. Thanks agaim dude. Don't be a stranger! ^^

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    Update

    Updating

    Self Portrait


    HeatWave


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    More

    metal flowers






    Blue







    Green


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    Aham, nice...guess insideru is Claus (adica imi pariez un coi pe tema asta); astea sunt facute chiar de tine?

    Nice work, keep it up!

    Check put my schetchbook if you please
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=61551
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    Hi!
    Yeah, 100% genuine works by me and my Powershot

    Insideru indeed

    Thanks for dropping by. Guess i should update my thread one of these day.

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    Talking Updated!

    To be honest, I love traveling.

    To be honest, I love photos.

    But that does not mean I always get it right. Updated the thread. Here goes:

    Panoramix




    Snow Haze




    Bullet Train



    Guess this is more classical stuff. Hope u like it.

    Later edit: hmm, gramar check )

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    Dude very nice updates here. The panoramas are really neat, and as for as the last pic, that is awesome. It is the original pic, or it was a little altered in PS? Anyways, i really like the sense of speed, gives a kinda of a vertigo feeling. I would like to see a similar picture, but when the train is taking a curb, too see the way the perspective vanishes. Anyways, keep it up...and, oh, thanks for droping by my SB. Cheers...si ne vedem pe la tigara

    Check put my schetchbook if you please
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=61551
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    Red face Up-up-up. Up and date. Update.

    New set of photos.

    Kick it!


    Mouse
    (To macro or not to macro? To macro!)









    The Green Sound






    The Green Sound II



    Cheerio!

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    I love 'Panoramix' and 'Snow Haze'. Sweet shots!
    'Ex Nihilo' is very nice aswell.

    /Daniel

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    Arrow The Power Shot ^^

    Just updating my gallery:



    Dial 0800-Escape



    Requiem



    Digitized







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    Indifference




    Touch of Red




    Saints and Sinners




    In Utero



    Night Train II




    Night Train III



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    Macro

    Hi guys, this is my first macro of a plant... ever. And I hate, I hate it so bad because macros suck really bad. Well, my macro sucks even worse.

    Any advice on shooting macros, pls? Even tho I hate them I wanna know how to shoot them. 10x!



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    how on earth can u hate macros? well i mean with my cam thats understandable but once u got a good cam macros can be some of the best things u will ever take

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    What's there to like about macros?

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    The purdiness. Or lack of purdiness for that matter. The way it focuses on one object in extreme detail 'Look at this, nothing else, this is what is important.'
    *See how this has aged.
    *See how this has changed.
    *See how this catches the sunlight.
    *See how this etc.

    You can do quite interesting things with macros, they can also just be generally intriguing. Take Stine's shot of a tennis ball on a road. No real point to it, it just looks nice.

    In this case it's to show the weed in it's glory instead of having it as an asset to another picture. This is a Dandelion, you have taken a picture of the Dandelion, showing it as a Dandelion. I have said Dandelion four times now and will say it a further three. There seems to be alot of noise on your picture of the Dandelion, that's not fantastic; though I appreciate that that was probably impossible to avoid. Go in a bit closer to the Dandelion, try and capture an angle which could be a bit more enticing, that draws the viewer in to think 'Wow... a Dandelion.'

    I can't quite hit the point that I mean, but meh, go for it anyway. Humour me.

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    Le Gab > Can i show a macro here, or link to it? i just want to show the point, Macro is all about seying the intres and beuty and detail in somthing that you dont usaly ever look at, like the patternt of a snow flake, the texture on a bit of wood, it just there to ilstrate there is somthing of intrest in anything

    Its hard shooting a macro, first of all if possable, use a tripod, with the focal length you are using any tiney movment, even breathing will mess up the photo. Get a good lense, You will realy strugle with out this. Fianly done be afraid to take the focus settings to manual, play with it also play with the F stops on your camera to change the depth of feild

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    Hey, Sam, yeah, sure, go ahead, mia casa, tua casa (if that's the way it's spelled ). Yeah, i think I need to get me a tripod. And a better camera

    Rhynome, thanks for droping bye and for the great feedback.
    Well, i'll get right to it. Dandelions are smelly. Dandelions are a weed. There is nothing aesthetic about Dandelions. So, i wrote Dandelion 4 times till now. Thing is, about macro shots, most of them have a problem when it comes to composition. They are just preety pics.

    However, the fact that the feedback came from you, and the fact that it's preety strong made me think twice about it. What the hell, I'll start shooting macros . Dont be a stranger, I really want you to see the macro shots

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    Here we go, getting the bit i wanted in focus was fun, and i used a small f stop to get a very limited depth of field, i think...Im still learning about apture and stuff



    Le Gab > After looking at the revew of your camera as well as the spec (3MP) i am very imprsed with what you have come up with there are a lot of people on here using cameras 4X more expensive than yours. With the tools you have you have come up with some very good work, im impressed imo you have used the cameras weekness to actualy improve the pictures..ill explain... a lot of your images especaly the first set play on dark, moodey, noisy, they all have somthing about them and the subject and setting are not supposed to be cristal clean and in focus. The train shots are another good example. 1 of 2 things has happend the style you like to shoot is exactly what the camera is best at, or the camera has determand your best shouting style. Any how this is ment to be taken as a complment, so please take it that way

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    This is gonna be a killer for 56k

    Took my fiancee out for a photo hunt the other day. Got some great shots, imho. Happiest day of my life . Actually she got better shots than I did.

    First things, first, promised I'd study some macros, here they are:

    Study I





    Tied Up






    Got some more puddle shots

    Ex Nihilo II


    Got some ppl shots. Have no name for them so I just named them BW



    BW I




    BW II



    And, go figure, i realised i got my personal Seraphim :

    Personal Seraphim


    Cannon Powershot A75

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    the last image is a real treat, nicely done, thanks

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    Picture 1. Looks pretty nice, and it could easily fit in a sort of 'water' series. This is the picture of the series where the water sticks to the veins on the leaf. Overall (as it isn't in a series) I think it's a nice photograph, showing how the water does stick to the leaf.

    Picture 2. I'm not really sure what's going on there, so I'm not really taken by it, sorry.

    The puddle shot doesn't really do much for me, but hey, it makes you happy.

    BW I. I like the angle of it and prefer it to BW II.

    That's a seraph? Where are the wings, the heads? Bah, pathetic excuse for a seraph! Nice image, but I'd say more Jinn than Seraph personally (though both are apparently fairly serpentine).

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