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Discussion in 'Bar' started by kramer1309, Jun 6, 2010.
Glenn I fucking hate you!
Canadian bitches are so hot and super fucking sluts!
YOU SUCK! LOL
Believe it or not, she's my makeup girl
Still want to fly down to Vegas & have you introduce me to some of your industry friends. I really want to do an "Andrew Blake" type film one of these days.
Some shots from my recent travels:
Others here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98489207@N02/
Shots look great! The birdcages look better in colour imo. The Yarra photo would be even better if only the water wasn't shit-brown!
Cool Birdcage shot. Where is that?
Here is a through-window shot of the same muddy river, just a little further along.
Took this picture on a late night walk in my town.
It feels a bit crooked somehow, but damn is that a nice picture!
Thanks! The cages were hanging in a small alleyway off George Street in the Sydney CBD.
Spent a week and a half hanging at a really nice old church turned recording studio whilst a band I mix live did their new record with the award winning owner. Here's some facebook quality images from the sessions
The owner was redoing his new website and asked me to take some photos for him so I jumped at the chance to shoot the space and gear. Here is a couple of those pics.
Here is a link to the website if you want to check the place out. You will find a mixture of my shots and a real estate agencies photos throughout.
damn, that looks nice, would be an awesome place to live
you could use all the amps as a mobile room divider
Sony lets you grab the DxO FilmPack 3 for free here: http://www.dxo.com/intl/sony
Played around with it a bit, really digging it, especially for B&W style stuff!
Some macro shots i took in the summer, i made them with the "reverse 50mm prime" technique:
Soundlurker, what camera you use for those shots? Absolutely immense!
Great pics over here lately!!
Today I ordered a Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 II for my Canon, can't wait to try it!!
Awesome, i would love to have a decent wide-angle or fisheye lens. I think that is going to be my next purchase.
Thanks! It's actually an old Sony NEX5 I got for less than 200eu. I'm using it with a manual-focus Nikon 105mm/2.5 most of the time and occasionally with a manual 50mm. Both lenses need a mount adapter to work with the Sony. I'm thinking of buying a new type of adapter that brings the crop factor down and gets you closer to full-frame.
Anyway, I should mention that most photographers don't like shooting with a mirrorless camera, especially with manual lenses, but I guess it works for me.
Also, processing is just as important as it is with audio, don't get fooled that it's down to the camera.
Looks stunning....I expected something pretty beefy actually.
How's the video on it?