Rocky horror show

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by chilloutbuddy, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. chilloutbuddy

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    Thought I wouldnt spam Mosaic's thread, here's my piccies

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    awesome work chillout, number 3 is my fav, exposure works perfectly. The series as B&W works really well too.
    4 and 5 give a pretty good sense of the set up, nice wide shots, what was the focal length?
    Number 1 doesn't really do that much for me, but other than that, great stuff.

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    Not his fault since I took that picture. I'll take the blame for that one ;)
     
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    Thanks, that was fisheye, the rest 24mm.

    The first one is about the eye contact with the kid in the middle who looks like she owns the place (great job Xhanatos!). One of those photos that either catch your eye the first time you see them, or they dont at all... The others are not about the show, just "moments".
     
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    can i spam your thread with my shots?
     
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    LOL go man! I already spammed your SD card with my crappy shots :tongue:
     
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    preview:tongue:
    cob with his 24?
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    LOLZ you make me look like a pervert! Dont make me post my upskirts hahaha
     
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    I wonder what an upskirt with fisheye would look like LOL

    perv? no way! btw, I love your vf magnifier. i want a 5D :upset:
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    Go away stalker :D

    Not that great :(
    I liked this one tho (24mm), I thought its sexy
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    Careful what you wish for! When the new one comes out you'll be able to buy my whole kit today for $1,500.
     
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    5 is awesome!
    i'm yet to take a look at mine, still got heaps of pics from yesterday to sort through first ARR!
     
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    Good stuff Spyro :thumbup:

    I missed all the freaks, but have some stuff from the gallery near fed square.
     
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    Click for larger. I wanted to bring my flash but my batteries weren't charged. I hate the midday light..
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    great pics guys.

    high key #3 is my fav :thumbup:
     
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    LOL at #15
    Nice set Xhanatos, I like the saturated PP, the fishnets, and for some reason I really like the last one.
     
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    That last one (#17) is brilliant! Great shot!
     
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    Great shots :) I recently copped a little flack from a friend (who is also a serious shooter) about blowing highlights in post processing. It's not a case of calibration cos I can see I'm blowing them on my monitor but the shot looks better with them clipped, it's not an ugly clipping, it's gradual - like a couple of your shots in this series. I personally think if used as you (and I :p) do, there is definitely merit in it for impact.

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    COB - which magnifier you using :shock:
    I'm getting a 5DII as a primary camera and so my tele can go full time onto the 5D while travelling and keep the new 21 Distagon (god I have high hopes for that lens!) on the 5DII while hiking to minimise kit.
     
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    Thrice, I'm using this, best $100 (posted) I've ever spent on gear :thumbup:

    Now to find a way to clean my viewfinder from all the rubbish in it :(

    As for the blown highlights... Just another artistic tool I guess, on the right photo it can look good.
     

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