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your last one is too abstract for my taste, but besides from that, I enjoyed your latest updates!
I'm a little curious wether you used a tripod for all of your night-photos, or not?
Yes for all nightshots I used a tripod
This is the original photo: (I was not sure if I should post it or just delete it but somehow I like the shape of the tree)
My first panorama. (Well it is not perfect I know... )
29 & 30
I like them, you chose a good angle in 30 and I also like the color tone. 29 has lots of flares, (shot through a dirty window?), but clouds are cool.
Sylt makes me smile, it means marmelade in swedish.
Not too bad for a first panorama though!
marmelade? lol, I didn't know that
Last edited by Norwin; October 30th, 2006 at 06:14 AM.
These are really good. Favourites would have to be 32 and 36. Just a note, 34 is a repost.
33,35,36 strike me as the best of the lot.
Not sure if i like the hooded person with the dog. Somehow, the angle is off.
thank you klips and claude for commenting
ULTRA MEGA MACRO SHOTS
37 candy paper
Last edited by Norwin; November 1st, 2006 at 04:29 PM.
I like number 36, perfect dof there. The rest of that post are not very interesting, boring compositions. (kiting is cool tho)
Is the paper on fire? Nice pics I guess, but they feel mostly like experiments. The ballpen is pretty nice.
thx for crits - and yes,
all the last photos are more experiences.
Okay some words to my tricky experiment:
I just took my lens (18-55) and used it the other way round. (I held it on the camera )
- I almost couldn't see anything @ 18-30mm. (too dark)
- I was forced to use a flash in all pictures.
- The brightness is very mixed up (very dark and bright places in the same photo)
But the effect is awesome.
All these photo-objects I used here are not bigger than 2cm (0.79 inches). The Macro effect is incredible!!
Last edited by Norwin; November 1st, 2006 at 04:31 PM.
Very nice But watch out for dust, there's at least one particle repeating in some of the photos already
looking more closely at them, t.luu is correct, there are a number of dust particals poping in there....and CCD's are such a ass to clean
Those are awesome, well done mate! One crit: there's two #39s . Seriously, you do need to get rid of that dust, and apart from this I've got nothing.
ummhh you are right there is some noise. I did some fast shots (on a white paper) but I couldn't see anything yet. Hopefully it was just on the outside of the lens
Nevermind... I will take some more shots with a reversed lens. (Even if I must clean my camera afterwards.) There are so much things I haven't tried yet
Feel the macro POWAH!
even tho the series is very good, i have to say that i do enjoy teh previous set, the surfer much better. There is a very nice gloomy and cold mood to them,
I'm sorry for not posting here as often as I want to, but I'm really keeping my eyes on thsi thread, there is a lot of inspirational work here. At the moment I'm alwayz on the run.
Cheers, Norwin! You're showing awsome works, as always!
The dust is on the back of the lens, its not visible in normal shots because its far from the dof. When you reverse the lens the dust is in the dof because of the magnification. (and its now on the "front" of the lens, closer to the dof)
No problem le gab. I really value your comments
And thx morbid for the explanation - sounds logical.
i just saved 46.. Killer dude!
Last edited by Norwin; November 11th, 2006 at 05:40 AM.
as always, it's nice to look at your photos and i'm always waiting for a new update. hard to say all the photos that were good or great, there were too many. but keep them coming, i like your style.
Because I've ben so slack with actually looking at threads recently, you are the lucky winner of one (comparitively) large C&C.
45: The colours of the sky are really nice in this. I would have preferred to have a lower horizon, and less out of focus grass(?) in the foreground though, as the sharp silhouettes are a lot more interesting. This done a lot better in 48, even if it is just because the perspective is further out.
46: This is just incredible. If I had taken it I would have immediately gone and got an 8x10 and framed it and put it in the corridor, that's how much I like this. The single crit I haveis that the wood is too textureless for my liking, if there was just a little on the stuff in the foreground I wouldn't have anything to change.
47: This is a very nicely done shot because of the lines. The beach and the dune work together to focus te eye on the centre of the shot very nicely. The big problem is noise though, I assume due to a high ISO but it is a shame.
48: I likeit more than 45, but I'd still prefer a lower horizon. Probably just me
49: This is cool, what and where is it? No crits yet, as I'm not sure what it is ... but as an image I like it.
50: This is also excellent. The dof is absolutely spot on, the colours are interesting, the rust comes out really nicely, I cannot think of a way to improve this.
51: I have no idea what this is. It's something red and noisy, but that's all I can tell.
52: A feather? Once again, too noisy, and coudl do with a tight crop to have more of the photo in focus, even if it's mostly the green quills on the feather. Either that, or a deeper dof. I don't really know.
Overall: Lovely work, some good concepts, just a shame about the amount of noise you get on some of your shots. Defemitely an improvement from where you started.
thank you so much klips. There are some very nice hints for me.
47 is high ISO yes... The others are noisy because of the reversed lens I guess... Im still trying to get rid of it
// lense 18-55mm in combination with a 50mm reversed lens.
my fav shot
Last edited by Norwin; November 18th, 2006 at 07:49 AM.
thxOriginally Posted by Cigaro
models... ehmm yes
If you would actually come to me I would do some model-shots
Maybe I can convince some persons to do that. I personally would like to try it.
59 out of reach