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The photography thread

Discussion in 'Bar' started by kramer1309, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. arvoitus

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    Maybe if you use a sharp font, but use 80 or 90% transparancy? I'm just thinking out loud ...

    Good luck with it, and keep posting pics. Food photography is a really interesting and cool part of photography, i would like to try it sometimes but i don't really have the time, material or patience for it.
     
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    So we did a new shooting for the halloween stuff ;) Way different lighting, no softbox, just room-light + these candles in
    a room without much natural light, it should look a bit spooky, this time with a sharp font ;)

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    arrrrgh, that one looks incredible!!! wow
     
  4. jipchen

    jipchen ForesterStudio

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    Haha awesome, looks delicious. Great picture!
     
  5. Ashgarth

    Ashgarth Jordi Vaquero

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    Looks so tasty! You made me hungry!! hahaha

    A couple shoots at home fooling around with the Canon 50mm f1.4

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  6. arvoitus

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    Great shot! You really captured a great mood. Personally i could do without the heavy vignetting.

    And yet another Urbex shoot by me. This one was a abandoned wellness/sauna complex.

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  7. DominikJW

    DominikJW aka utarefson

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    Awesome dude, where do you find all these cool spots?
     
  8. Ashgarth

    Ashgarth Jordi Vaquero

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    A couple fire shots and a cat.

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  9. arvoitus

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    Well, the netherlands (where i live) is not really big. And so is Belgium, where i often visit locations. Whenever i see an interesting location i do research on the location to get information about the location to try to discover what building it is, which city, etc.

    Long story made short: An eye for details, common sense and lots of hours on google :)

    I immediately recognized this pic, but i didn't know where from ... turns out i'm already following you on Flickr.
     
  10. Jarkko Mattheiszen

    Jarkko Mattheiszen The FU guy.

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    Now that's a proper fucking sauna!
     
  11. arvoitus

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    Something else then Urbex, a portrait:

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    What do you think of it? It was shot at f1.8 so the depth of field was really small ... but i managed to get the eye in focus.
     
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    this looks great, really artistic and with a great expression!
    the colors are fantastic too, look a little bit like painted!

    i can imagine that would look awesome printed out in large size and put in frame and hang on a wall..

    i do like your urbex shots very much, but this one, honestly to say is my favourite photo from you that i have seen so far
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    Loving the bokeh on the Canon 50mm f1.4

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    Atheist Who'r u calling a Junior?

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    This is my huge seagull series consisting of whooping 2 photos:

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    And ... more urbex!

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    Not really satisfied about this set.
     
  17. arvoitus

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    But i do like this picture of the outside:

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    wow, how is this property abandoned? I would move in any time lol. Cool shots by the way.
     
  19. AudioGeekZine

    AudioGeekZine arsehole know-it-all

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    (just my opinion)
    Good photos, editing and everything but not really interesting. It's just shapes and texture.

    Take a look at this, or this now take the people out and it's far less interesting.
     
  20. arvoitus

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    Yeah, it's pretty ridiculous. And this is not even the best what belgium has to offer. I'm planning to visit this old bathing house in the next couple of months:
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    I understand what you mean. People and portraits are always far more interesting in photos then buildings/etc, but with this kinda photography (and architecture photography) you can't really have people in the picture.
    And a abandoned building with people is also kind of a contradiction :D

    But i definitely agree with you. A building is just a building ... and portraits are way more interesting for the human eye. I like doing portraits, but i don't have the "human skill" and contacts with people for it.
     

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