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Re: Photography thread.

Postby EvilDuckie » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:52 pm UTC

tastelikecoke wrote:I know some cemeteries are really orderly about there tombstones, but that creepily looks like a 3D rendering.


Thanks, but I can assure you it's real. Spent a fair amount of time getting the composition just right and it took some post-processing in Photoshop too to get to this end result. I usually don't take this much time to get a single shot right.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby b.i.o » Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:59 pm UTC

A few of mine:
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This has plenty of weaknesses as a photograph, but (unusually for me) I love the pose enough that I don't really care. (I was in a moving vehicle when this was taken, so I had no chance to try to improve things.)
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These two I took one morning after pulling an all-nighter. I finished my work by dawn, and took a walk around campus instead of sleeping.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby podbaydoor » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:05 pm UTC

I actually really enjoy the symmetrical arrangement of the water buffalo, with the blurry reflective water. Looks like you had an adventure somewhere - what's the story?
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Mokele » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:25 pm UTC

An assortment of mine from various travels:
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The ruins of a condo on Grand Cayman island, destroyed by Hurricane Ivan
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View from a former apartment after an ice-storm
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Displaying frigatebird in the Galapagos. Very little zoom - I was standing maybe 10 feet away.
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Galapagos Land Iguana
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Galapagos Marine Iguana
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My hooded pitcher plant (none of my carnivorous plants survived my move to Providence)
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White trumpet pitcher plant
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Fanged tropical pitcher plant
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby podbaydoor » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:09 pm UTC

The last one is positively voluptuous. Great job with lighting.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Midnight » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:57 pm UTC

My camera has been battery-less and card-less for far too long. It's a bit depressing, actually.
But here's some junk.

Oh yeah, cliche-ass B&W. with way-too-centered composition. Still, I've always really enjoyed the detail of shells and the like; my grandparents had some really old ones (such as this one) that looked positively excellent. I've got some of this one in color and it looks great too.

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edit: here's a color one of the corner. Really saturated color. I really like the colors on Canons. Maybe it's cause that's what my photography-major sister always used.
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edit 2: fuck it, might as well. speaking of the wondrous colors of canons, the wondrous colors of Paris are... wondrous. Firstly, the sun was setting at like 11:30pm, and second there was a lot of blue-n-orange contrast, which, as we all know, looks good.
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...hunh. some shitty photobucket program rotated that and it looks all artifact-y. That sucks.


I dunno if you guys are Godspeed You! Black Emperor fans, but I am. So I like pictures of telephone poles and the like, quite a bit. and I like this one, as they go. I mean, this was taken from a moving car so it's not exactly a composed photograph or anything.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby b.i.o » Sat Apr 23, 2011 3:51 am UTC

podbaydoor wrote:I actually really enjoy the symmetrical arrangement of the water buffalo, with the blurry reflective water. Looks like you had an adventure somewhere - what's the story?

Yeah, that's what I like about it. It was in Florida, in the everglades. I was on a tour in this big truck wagon thing made to drive through the water, so I was moving constantly, but I did manage to get that shot off.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Sat Apr 23, 2011 6:36 pm UTC

Pictures from Boston yesterday, taken by me:

Commonwealth Ave. bridge, looking NW onto I-90:
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Kenmore Square:
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Bus on Mass Pike, liked the framing:
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And by my dad, with his much nicer camera:

My soon-to-be alma mater:
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Flowers and a brownstone:
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby podbaydoor » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:05 am UTC

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This photo was taken right before the saleslady shouted, "HEY! NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED!", leaped over the counter, and snatched the camera from me, while I conked her over the head with the rubber chicken from earlier, and then she ninja-somersaulted over me and the chicken, and I narrowly avoided the bicycle kick she astonishingly delivered mid-air but stumbled straight into her fist of DOOM! But my cousin leaped into the fray, nun-chuks flying, and grabbed the camera back while yelling at the saleslady, "SHE'S JUST AN IGNORANT FOREIGNER FROM AMERICA! IT'S OKAY!" Then the saleslady said, "Oh, from America? Fine, just don't let it happen again," and then, "Wow, I've never seen fighting like that from two pathetic college students! Here, let me induct you into my special martial arts order, STREET MARKET FIGHTING SUPER." So I got my camera back and now I'm a member of the STREET MARKET FIGHTING SUPER school. We get headbands and everything.

Later on, I spied the face of true evil:
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Quantum Potatoid » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:55 am UTC

Gosh, you guys have such nice cameras! I'm lame and use my lame little Sony point-and-shoot.
Let's see, I do a lot of marine photography.
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And another on my finger!
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby podbaydoor » Sun Apr 24, 2011 5:38 pm UTC

That is disturbingly adorable.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby b.i.o » Sun Apr 24, 2011 9:40 pm UTC

A broad-tailed hawk was sitting on a tree near my house for a while. I took some pictures:
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I really need to get a tripod. Taking pictures with a cheap 300mm lens without one is difficult.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Sungura » Wed May 11, 2011 1:11 pm UTC

Just got back from a long caving trip in TAG.
Snail Shell Cave
Upstream trip, very deep for a while, we used kayaks and rafts to enter.
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Docking the kayaks
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That formation that gets ducked under we had to climb instead
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Snail Shell Cave 019 by Sunguramy, on Flickr

It was really cool, when you looked closely at it, looked like a lot of mini rimstone, I guess? Funkily awesome.
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mmm flowstone
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Kayaking out of the cave...David getting a hand up from another grotto member, sorry I didn't catch many names this trip.
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Limrock
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Flowstone above the boat pool.
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The room with the large white formations on the floor and large curtains up above...well...this is that whole dome area lit up. Curtains are like...10? 15? ft tall to give some scale. Gracias to Marduke for his lighting help here!
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Limrock Panoramic - Formation Room by Sunguramy, on Flickr

And closer up of the curtains
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Getting hungry yet? (this type of formation is called bacon)
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Some of the delicate whatchamacallit crystal formations.
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Pipesides Pit
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Pipesides. Pretty little big thing it is. =)
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There was a cute little guy there too.
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Stephen's Gap
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This is what kept happening to my on rope photos (you rappel in):
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Not all were that bad though
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Classic dual entrance shot, left is the main huge entrance (although you don't rig there, rig farther back can't see it in this photo) and right is the side entrance that you can walk down, but you can't get to the pedestal from there, too slick.
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I really like this one, my friend looking back up, I basically laid down on the pedestal to take this shot upwards.
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Panoramic of keyhole entrance (that little area, rappel through it since it lands you on the pedestal, you can also continue the additional 40ft to the bottom. It is like 140ft from the keyhole to the pedestal) and such
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Stephen's Gap Panoramic - Keyhole Entrance by Sunguramy, on Flickr

Another classic shot. With a burst of orange Marduke (lol sorry using his fora name from another forum) for flavor and some sense of scale.
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Stephen's Gap Panoramic - Brian on Pedistal by Sunguramy, on Flickr

I've not seen a photo like this, and it looked so purdy, so I put together this panoramic too of the main entrance area.
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Stephen's Gap Panoramic - Big Entrance (horz) by Sunguramy, on Flickr
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby SamaraLexx » Wed May 11, 2011 11:36 pm UTC

I don't usually take pictures of people, but I loved capturing this moment of when my first nephew was born:

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby EvilDuckie » Thu May 12, 2011 2:50 pm UTC

That 4th one (lamp post with sky and skyline) is pretty darn awesome.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby SamaraLexx » Thu May 12, 2011 9:17 pm UTC

Thanks! That's one of my favorites. :D
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Sungura » Fri May 13, 2011 9:03 pm UTC

Oooh <3 the 3rd one. Very pretty!
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby SamaraLexx » Mon May 16, 2011 3:32 am UTC

Thank you!
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby GuitarFreak » Tue May 17, 2011 3:37 am UTC

Here's one I shot about a week ago. I quite like how it came out.

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Tue May 17, 2011 8:36 pm UTC

Is that just a trick of perspective, or are you lying down in a 2-lane highway? Either way, very neat.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby GuitarFreak » Fri May 20, 2011 1:59 am UTC

The EGE wrote:Is that just a trick of perspective, or are you lying down in a 2-lane highway? Either way, very neat.


I sat the camera down on the ground and snapped that. Had to hurry actually because a car was coming the other way! I think it came out pretty good for not even looking through the viewfinder.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Jacque » Tue May 24, 2011 5:01 pm UTC

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby GuitarFreak » Fri May 27, 2011 5:39 pm UTC

Some pictures from a storm that moved through last night

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Izawwlgood » Fri May 27, 2011 6:07 pm UTC

Holy fuck that lightening is awesome. How long were those shots?
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby GuitarFreak » Sat May 28, 2011 2:46 am UTC

Izawwlgood wrote:Holy fuck that lightening is awesome. How long were those shots?


10, 13, 4, and 10 second exposures respectively.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby monaliza » Wed Jun 01, 2011 11:56 am UTC

wooow ! Nice pictures
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Tue Jun 07, 2011 4:11 am UTC

This was a crappy image to start with. Taken across the room with a small-format camera at my badly-lit prom. But I like what I did with saturation and an off-center crop. Quite proud of my friends, too; they got out there, all alone, and stole the show with a pretty impressive dance. Not a bad way to start senior prom.

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby MrJohnnyBEE » Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:58 am UTC

Dang I really like the photos on this forum! Just trying to spread around some good karma!
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Sungura » Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:10 am UTC

Jacque I love the dof and colors of that image.

A few recent shots of mine....
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby SamaraLexx » Sat Jul 09, 2011 1:05 pm UTC

Love the second one a lot!

I took this with a disposable camera, but I really like it -

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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Sat Jul 09, 2011 8:47 pm UTC

And yet it is a very neat picture. The angle from just barely above the waves - I like it.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby broken gate » Fri Jul 15, 2011 8:55 am UTC

Some of the photos here are fantastic. This also reminds me that I have a photography assignment due. :oops: I hopefully can go out and get some photos on Sunday. I've been using pan f plus film lately, and really enjoying the low contrast. Does anyone know about urbex photography :?:
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby podbaydoor » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:17 pm UTC

Some. Occasionally I'll get into abandoned places, but I don't go seeking them out. Be prepared for low lighting situations and whatever you do with your camera for highlighting fine details.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby Izawwlgood » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:22 pm UTC

As someone who has frequented abandoned buildings, I would highly suggest going with a friend. And mace.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby PhoenixEnigma » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:42 pm UTC

broken gate wrote:Some of the photos here are fantastic. This also reminds me that I have a photography assignment due. :oops: I hopefully can go out and get some photos on Sunday. I've been using pan f plus film lately, and really enjoying the low contrast. Does anyone know about urbex photography :?:

Yeah - my site is offline as I sort out some messy shared copyright stuff, but I've done a fair bit. Are you looking to know more about adding photography into the urbex, or urbex in general?
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby broken gate » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:44 am UTC

Finally have some photos to upload.
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PhoenixEnigma wrote:Are you looking to know more about adding photography into the urbex, or urbex in general?

I'm curious about both really, but general urbex would probably need a separate thread...
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Wed Jul 20, 2011 4:56 pm UTC

I finally got Hugin. Free, open-source panorama software.

Unfortunately, most of them end up being massive - this 11-picture composite from Boston is over 9,000 pixels wide (seriously... 9422x922) and 11.6 MB. I really like it, but it is HUGE.

But here's a couple of the smaller ones; click for the full versions.

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Westerly railroad station; original 1912 building

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Mystic station; model for the American Flyer station

I upload just about everything to Wikimedia Commons for free use; here is my upload gallery, which has more panoramas in it.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby TaylorP » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:30 pm UTC

Wow, some cool stuff in there. I particularly like the Boston one you linked first. Panorama shots are often the most interesting, in my opinion. I found a pretty neat app for my iPhone called Photosnyth that not only makes panorama's from multiple photos, but displays them on a spherical surface than you can rotate.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby The EGE » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:50 am UTC

Thanks! I really like the Boston one. I took the shots on a footbridge over Storrow Drive, about 3 blocks from Kenmore Square.

That iphone app sounds really neat.
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Re: Photography thread.

Postby modularblues » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:52 pm UTC

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