Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Fri 29/Oct/10 11:09am

Tugboat wrote:Image

Sydney?

Edit - Whoops, I see it's Brisbane after I clicked through to flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Tugboat on Fri 29/Oct/10 11:18am

Yeah... Goodwill footbridge across the Brisbane River between QUT and the Botanic Gardens and the Maritime Museum / Southbank.


This one's from Lone Pine in Brisbane. Wedgetail Eagle, biggest bird of prey in Australia...

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Poor wittle birdy needed a snack after being harangued firstly by a nasty magpie and then by this crow...

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Re: Your Photography

Postby ThingOne on Fri 29/Oct/10 11:52am

Tugboat wrote:Yeah... Goodwill footbridge across the Brisbane River between QUT and the Botanic Gardens and the Maritime Museum / Southbank.


This one's from Lone Pine in Brisbane. Wedgetail Eagle, biggest bird of prey in Australia...

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Poor wittle birdy needed a snack after being harangued firstly by a nasty magpie and then by this crow...

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Nice bokah in the top pic.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wolffman1 on Fri 29/Oct/10 4:10pm

Tugboat wrote:
This one's from Lone Pine in Brisbane. Wedgetail Eagle, biggest bird of prey in Australia...


Nice shot with the magpie. Size is not always might.
I've heard of people getting swooped on by those when riding during nesting season.
Not sure if I believe them or not, but surely the easiest way to stop it from happening is to take the road kill off your helmet.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby lubie on Sat 30/Oct/10 8:24pm

I have just returned home from Australia - at the South Australia Museum there was the ANZANG competition exhibition. We bought the book :cool: it was rad.

Hey Woodsy - I reckon you should think about it for next year ;)
http://anzang.samuseum.sa.gov.au/

http://anzang.samuseum.sa.gov.au/index.php/page/10.html

http://www.andytrowbridge.com/blog/ This guy from Christchurch had several of his photos published also :) NICE WORK ANDY.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Tugboat on Sun 31/Oct/10 11:42am

Tugboat wrote:Image



Rejigged this one in Photomatix Pro by tonemapping 5 different exposures (+-1 stop each)... quite happy with how it turned out.


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Re: Your Photography

Postby Trail Bomber05 on Tue 2/Nov/10 2:57pm

:) 2 from me . .
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Fango on Tue 2/Nov/10 4:33pm

Tararua weekend with the 60D - I love the tilt/swing LCD screen for tripod work and am stoked to be able to use all controls easily with mitts and overmitts.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Atomic on Tue 2/Nov/10 5:04pm

Trail Bomber05 wrote::) 2 from me . .


Love the colours!
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Re: Your Photography

Postby WH on Tue 2/Nov/10 8:35pm

Some tonemapped pics from a recent trip to the States. I'm not usually a fan of HDR/tonemapping, but the dynamic range was way more than the camera could handle, and tbh I'm happy that these are pretty representative of what I could see with the naked eye. The Grand Canyon one, if anything, is undersaturated, you wouldn't believe the colours there at sunset, the whole place glows pink.
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Yosemite - Tunnel View

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Yosemite - Valley View

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Grand Canyon Sunset
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Re: Your Photography

Postby wolffman1 on Thu 4/Nov/10 10:38pm

Nice work with the icicles Fango
WH, Nice stuff, the only time I made it to the Grand Canyon it was snowing a blizzard. The snow held up for a few minutes to some shots and then set in again making it to fnnn cold.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Nordy on Fri 5/Nov/10 9:20pm

I have been improving a bit, loving my 70-200mm lense, its kick arse!

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Muriwai Gannet by InkBlotPhoto, on Flickr

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Poor Stormtrooper by InkBlotPhoto, on Flickr

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july31-6 by InkBlotPhoto, on Flickr

Tomorrow I head out to Pukekohe for a weekend of motorsports photoraphy. Rented a 400mm lense for the weekend, its bloody heavy. Great to have actual accreditation so able to stand in the good spots.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Conners on Fri 5/Nov/10 10:06pm

That Stormtrooper shot is wicked Nordy :thumbsup:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Oli on Fri 5/Nov/10 11:23pm

That's because a droid don't tear people's arms off when they lose - a Wookie's been known to do that...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Nordy on Sat 6/Nov/10 12:22am

its really hard to get a lego minifig to hold another minifigs arms too :P nearly lost the arms a few times when they pinged out of the grip... lol

Lego shots are fun to do when the weather is utter shite....
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