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Old 2003-11-04, 18:07   Link #21
Esperchld
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I like that sunset there Hellychan. I don't think I have shot any of those yet.

Here is another one:

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Old 2003-11-04, 18:14   Link #22
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damn! thats nice, beautiful scenery. wow makes me want to start painting some landscapes.
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Old 2003-11-04, 18:21   Link #23
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Esperchld once again stuns with another excellent woodland shot.

Very colourful Hellychan! Sunset shots are also a favourite of mine, and there's nothing wrong with backyard shots at all - that first solar eclipse pic was from my backyard (well okay, it was from the roof but it's the same thing ) and I have plenty of others.

We're presenting quite a picturesque first page, that's for sure

Here's something a bit different and definitely down to Earth, but more colourful... and certainly not at 3.5Km This is also taken from a precarious position, only a 70m fall.....




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Old 2003-11-04, 18:36   Link #24
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Wow~
I have to say... All the pics look great!
They really do! I wish I could see that in real life.
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Old 2003-11-04, 18:56   Link #25
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Nice shot there EtherNEZ, a bit higher than most of the places I have been to take pictures. I think the highest cliff I have taken pictures from was about 80 or so meters. However, next highest one was about 30m (that one tried to take my life, but only succeeded in sending me to urgent care).

Looks like some good water down there for relaxing in, and some good rocks for climbing.
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Old 2003-11-04, 18:57   Link #26
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Babak is rite they all look very nice awww i hope to see stuff like that sum day, i liked that one with the little trickle (well not really little) going down the rocks ^_^
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Old 2003-11-04, 19:02   Link #27
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Actually little trickle is right. That is an eight (IIRC) second exposure. There isn't really much water coming down that waterfall. Shame I wasn't there a week earlier when we had massive flooding in that area.
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Old 2003-11-04, 19:04   Link #28
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A small request to those who post their pictures here:
I am curious about what type of equipment you use(d) to make those pictures. Please include the camera model and some short specs for your cameras

Thanks,
JAF

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Old 2003-11-04, 19:09   Link #29
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I used a Mamiya 645 Super for all three shots. The lenses used were 150mm f/3.5, 80mm f/2.8, and an 45mm f/2.8 respectively (set to 32, 22, and 22 repectively as well). Film for all 3 shots is Fuji Velvia shot with an EI of 40. I don't remember the exact exposure times for all three shots.

I don't know if that is helpful to you or not.
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Old 2003-11-04, 19:14   Link #30
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A very good point there JustAnotherFan. I was going to say that earlier but the combination of pretty pictures and slow forum response didn't help.

All my shots seen so far have been taken using a Fuji S602 Digital. 6MPix, 6x optical zoom. Aperture and exposure can be manually controlled (as can focus) to quite a large degree. A very nice peice of equipment and I'm quite happy with it. Works much better when used with a stand of course (unless it was the last picture - which would be silly )

Most lower end digital cameras do a reasonably good job at working out the best settings for an exposure. However, there are plenty of situations where they're not quite up to the job. The ability to manually control everything does complicate things, but it allows you to produce more interesting effects. In my case, the extended exposure and sensitivity of the S602 allow me to take night sky shots, even without extra equipment but shots of the sky in the daytime also benifit.

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Old 2003-11-04, 19:25   Link #31
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i made this one




oops sry, wrong one
/me looks in his folder for his only stylish picture
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Old 2003-11-04, 19:35   Link #32
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was actually gonna post on page 1, but server got cramped..

anyways..

Hawaii, 94.
http://www.pbase.com/image/22994617

Yuma, AZ, 96.
http://www.pbase.com/image/22994625

Seattle, WA, 02. (this 1 I'm sure most have seen on the previous board.
http://www.pbase.com/image/22994624


All 3 with Nikon F-401x, Tamron 28-300mm lens, the rest I forgot already. Been a while since I last snap pictures with the SLR...and I forgot where I put that note book at..

Because of the lens..I actually took more macro pictures.. will show if no one mind..
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Old 2003-11-04, 19:51   Link #33
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Well, Asura, there is nothing that says that you can only post landscapes here. Just that they have to be pictures that you like. So, go right on ahead. I have only posted landscapes as that is 90% of what I have.
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Old 2003-11-04, 20:03   Link #34
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Esperchld: ok boss, will scan them in now..
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Old 2003-11-04, 20:20   Link #35
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Very nice Asura

I particularly like your last shot from Seattle, with the famous tower looking over toward... is it Mt Rainier? The Lenticular cloud formations are also spectacular. A large version of this would be amazing!

Here's my last effort for now. This time, a near sunset shot of my own from near Lands End , UK . Taken with vastly reduced exposure settings (as you might guess), even a little lens flare to boot. As usual click for larger version.


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Old 2003-11-04, 21:46   Link #36
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EtherNEZ
Very nice Asura

I particularly like your last shot from Seattle, with the famous tower looking over toward... is it Mt Rainier? The Lenticular cloud formations are also spectacular. A large version of this would be amazing!
I'm a bit unsure which mountain it is on the right side.. looking at the peak, possibly Rainier..otherwise could be St. Helen as well..picture was taken from Queen Anne's. Picture itself was taken in April of 02..during which spring came in very late..just remembering the time I spent waiting for that setting on the spot itself is making me sick..
Large version eh? a 1meg file then.. http://www.pbase.com/image/22997002 took my decent compie some 3 minutes to open up..mainly because it's spec'ed to be a poster.

ok, some macro shots..

http://www.pbase.com/image/22996433
http://www.pbase.com/image/22996514
http://www.pbase.com/image/22996525

and this one is the reason why i would never open a motel...still laughing at it till today..
http://www.pbase.com/image/22996529
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Old 2003-11-04, 23:11   Link #37
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I want to say that is Raineir.

Asura, your macro work is really good. You should true doing it some more.

EtherNEZ, looks like a good picture to end the day on.
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Old 2003-11-05, 00:03   Link #38
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Old 2003-11-05, 00:45   Link #39
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.. couple of pics that i took on last summer..
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Old 2003-11-05, 01:55   Link #40
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Here's my favorite summer shot I've taken. Where I live isn't particularly
verdant, but this is right next to a nearby lake and gets periodically flooded
or swampy and thus proves the exception:



I used a 1.3 MPix Olympus D-400Z (bought back when such a camera cost 800$ Oo).
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