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Your Photo of the Week (31st of August 2014)

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by Deftone2k, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. synic

    synic Member

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    Every one raves about the Sigma Art; the 50mm, the 35mm; and I bought the 30mm (Canon APSC version) because everyone else loves it.

    Got to admit, as my first serious prime, I'm pretty chuffed too.

    Re B&W: did you shop it or is it a 'lighting setting' in the camera?
     
  2. perz

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    Converted through Lightroom.

    This was taken with a piece of welding glass as the ND filter.
    I intended to have it as a black and white though so yeah.

    The ART series gets a lot of hype and for good reason! Enjoy the 30mm, it's meant to be a monster and super cheap too. I would've gotten one if I was using a crop sensor camera. :)
     
  3. synic

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    Cool. It never occured to me to try something like that. Will put that on my to do list. :thumbup:
     
  4. Taverner

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    Shot through my dirty car window on my way home from work :thumbup:
     
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    Edited this morning. :Paranoid:

    Elinchrom RX4 in softbox cam left (you can see the reflection) & bare YN560II strobe cam right. Stupidly left a power cable at home for the second Eli strobe.
    Powered on location with Godox LP800

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    Suckerpunch by Avaery, on Flickr
     
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  7. jars121

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    Had a very brief chance to shoot the car with the new wheel setup. Very happy with how the final image came together :D

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  8. manymoments

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    I'm surprised that the RAAF phot doesn't have access to epic lenses. Either way, you've got some great shots and more importantly are passionate about it. Keep it up! Might even see you down there :)
     
  9. Vladdo

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    Sorry.. didn't realise you had replied..

    From what I can gather, whenever I've been to most displays at my local RAAF museum, no one from the RAAF ever bothers to take photos, so I dunno if I win by default.. the few times that there has been a RAAF photographer his gear has look really limited..

    I just love flight.. Won't ever be a pilot or work in the airlines, so might as well make a marriage of two things I enjoy most.. aviation and gadgets.. I do feel quite chuffed when I'm approached by pilots wanting my photos..
     

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