#everythingisawesome

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    By small f-stop do you mean more towards wide open? Like f/1.4-2? Or small f-stop as in f/16? :lol:

    Tripod is too tall! :(

    Most of the shots will be Tamron 90mm. Having lots of fun manual focusing with the articulating screen of the D750.
     
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    Instead of a macro lens had you considered using a wide angle 35ish to exaggerate size of the AT-AT?
     
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    17. What set is this guy from?
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    Thanks. I'll look into it. I had to return my 24-70 for servicing since it has decided to stop working :wired: Still got a 35/1.8G.
     
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    Your bokeh is so creamy zomg!
     
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    22. Planking
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    30. Tony, I don't even want to know how much your insurer charges you!
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    I'm thinking f14-16... they are too small, and too 'much' bokeh when your shooting from one metre away.

    Love the AT-AT further down. I see much potential in that there piece of Mecha...
     
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    31. Hannibal
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    No. 28 is brilliant :D
     
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    37. The Empire's Got Talent contest #0077319010
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    38. Drive-In Movie Night
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    Wonder what 38 would look like with a polariser? Just interested... but probably wouldn't see the credits would we?

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    I am loving number 1... your first shot. Wonder what it would look like with a greater depth of field in that one.

    @ Breno.

    Yeah. Love the footprints. Lots of thought put into that shot.
     
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    These are great. My favourites are the "off-duty" shots, 23, 28,40.
     
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    43 and 47 FTW!

    Although 43 could have done with something "contextual" in the background.
     
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    Brilliant set!!! :thumbup:
     
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    time to push it up a level and make a stop motion video with this
     
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    Dan, you do realise this thread is partially responsible for me digging up lego from the Early 80's in my dad's house, right? And also mostly responsible for my spending about $300 on Lego in the last week?

    Would have been over $500 if I had found a large AT-At and a Snowspeeder thing, but I digress...


    Z...
     
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    It's also the thread that got Everything is Awesome stuck in my head now... :sick:
     
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    I just realised. I'm going to be in Singapore in a few weeks. Lego world just a few KM away in Malaysia...

    EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!

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    LOL, this is the second time you've mentioned it. I have no patience :D



    Working on one right now. My photoshop skills have always sucked. I'm working on blending right now :lol:
     

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