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

  1. arvoitus

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    Something else Belgium has to offer:

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  2. Ashgarth

    Ashgarth Jordi Vaquero

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    A few shots I made this month:

    Trying an infrared filter, processing made with Lightroom and RawTherapee for the false color infrared.

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    At the Dalí museum, with the Tokina 11-16 II.

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  3. ze kink

    ze kink THE BLACK WIZARDS

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    Anyone else here into shooting film? I just ordered an Olympus OM-1 in beautiful condition and a crusty old Zuiko 28mm/f3.5 to go with it. I already have an Olympus OM-40 and OM-10, a Zuiko 50mm/f1.8 I mostly use, and a Tokina 35mm-105mm zoom that hasn't really impressed me so far.

    I only got into it recently and sort of accidentally, but it's been really fun and I've enjoyed the whole process a lot. My photos have been pretty bad so far, but I'll still share one crusty, out of focus shot from my first roll:

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    Expired Agfa Vista 200 shot at 400 and pushed 1 stop, so not exactly the recipe for success either. Shot with the OM-40 and 50mm Zuiko.
     
  4. AudioGeekZine

    AudioGeekZine arsehole know-it-all

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    if it wasn't for the apple store sign this pic looks like it could be anywhere from 1960s-1990s. I like that the one guy on the left is a blur.
     
  5. arvoitus

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    Yes! I still use an Minolta XD5 with a 50mm f1.8, mostly shooting Portra 400. Lately i don't use it a lot anymore, digital just gives me way more options (which i prefer).

    And here is another Urbex set. I had a shitty day that day, so i fucked up a lot of pictures ... but here are the ones that made the selection:

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  6. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    Damn those morgue photos are fucking bad ass.
     
  7. arvoitus

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    Thanks!

    Yesterday i had another urbex trip. I visited the most awesome place i've ever been to (but also very difficult ... there were so many things to see, so much junk and lots of backlight due to the windows).

    It is an old abandoned thermal powerplant. We were there for maybe an hour and we only saw 10 percent of it ... and then we got busted by the police. So i couldn't take all the pictures i want, but i still have some pics that i'm satisfied with.

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  8. AudioGeekZine

    AudioGeekZine arsehole know-it-all

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    really awesome!
     
  9. SocialNumb

    SocialNumb Damn Christians!

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    Wow arvoitus. Really good pictures!
     
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    wow, excellent pictures arvoitus, i also dig the ones from 7th january!!!
     
  11. arvoitus

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    Thanks everyone! This was a really impressive location, and i still have some more pictures from an old theatre and church to process. So more coming up.
     
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    wanna have your advice about the canon eos70d for videos
     
  13. Ashgarth

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    It's been a while since I posted some pics here!

    A few from this past months,

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    That looks really awesome!
     
  16. arvoitus

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    My first noob shot with my first DSLR ever :D

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  18. arvoitus

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    Great first shot man! I believe this is a HDR shot, be aware of ghosting (the brighter parts on the edges of the sky/forest).

    Did you use Photoshop for the HDR processing?
     
  19. osum

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    Thanks man, I really appreciate that! :)

    Nope, it's no HDR, I took three exposures for HDR but I didn't like it so I stayed with the normal exposure one. I boosted the shadows though and turned down the highlights, so maybe that gave it that kinda HDR look. Processing was done in Lightroom.
     
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