Re: Your Photography

Postby kona.stinky. on Tue 3/May/11 7:38pm

Wait.... So your not supposed to look through the flash :eh:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Fango on Tue 3/May/11 7:41pm

kona.stinky. wrote:Wait.... So your not supposed to look through the flash :eh:
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works for me :lol:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Fango on Tue 3/May/11 7:45pm

:)
Here's one of the lads giving is heaps down Lambton Quay
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wuffy on Tue 3/May/11 7:55pm

But it looks un-natural.

So it fails.

Edit: that was at kona.stinky's edit of the photo above, that he has now deleted.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby kona.stinky. on Tue 3/May/11 8:08pm

Yeah I realized that after I posted, lulz, and changing the colour temperature brought up the contrast even further somehow :huh:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Atomic on Tue 3/May/11 8:34pm

Fango wrote::)
Here's one of the lads giving is heaps down Lambton Quay


Love the guy up front giving it his all.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby speeding_ant on Wed 4/May/11 11:48am

Selling a Canon 1000D. Will come with the body, 18-55mm lens, and a UV filter (and strap, lens caps etc)

Under a year old, bought from Wellington Photographic.

$600 ono.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby kona.stinky. on Wed 4/May/11 5:31pm

This looked cool in my head, but I think it would look better with a Green apple and a stainless steel background.
The shutter speed in this photo was 1/200 at F7.2 though it's not nearly crisp as I would like it to be, maybe something around 1/1000 would be better.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Wed 4/May/11 9:51pm

Caught these on my way into the office this morning.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wuffy on Thu 5/May/11 9:31pm

Just heard back from my local Shop concerning the 24-70 f2.8 Sigma I sold a week or two ago.

According to them, the 550D (what the man who bought my lens has) and Sigma lenses, aren't very consistent together, and have focusing issues due to Sigma reverse engineering the lenses, and the 550D being a relatively new Model.

Which pretty much clears up any worries I had surrounding front focusing problems of the lens itself.

Basically, it now rests on the Buyers shoulders, as he should've done the research before making the purchase. Even if he is not happy with the result, I'm fine with 1 negative feedback on trademe, and to be fair, I sold him a perfectly good working product, he just didn't bother to check if it would work well or not on his equipment. So any issues he has, he can take up with trademe now.

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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Fri 6/May/11 7:59pm

Good to hear wuffster :thumbsup:
Out of interest - do you know if the 450D has the same compatibility issues with Sigma? (I should just get off my arse and google it myself I know....)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wuffy on Fri 6/May/11 8:09pm

No idea sorry. I think it's something to do with the 550D being a new-ish body and Sigma doing the whole reverse-engineering thing.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby thelongwalk on Mon 9/May/11 10:14pm

Spent last week in Wanaka, a couple of photos. As usual, too slack to take more, I find a SLR heavy to just carry around while doing other stuff.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Mon 9/May/11 10:18pm

Wow - that first one is straight out of a Grahame Sydney!

Can you talk us through any post processing that you've done on that?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby thelongwalk on Mon 9/May/11 10:31pm

Taken with a canon 450D with a 50mm 1.4. Post processing is the very exclusive picassa3 , click on auto colour and auto contrast. If it looks good it stays, if not, unclick. Thats the sum of my skills :)
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