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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by avedwards, Aug 31, 2011.
The recent crescent moon shot from eastern Long Island.
More Mariposa County, California:
Most photos taken with my iPhone from the window of my truck as I drove around. The last two are of Yosemite Valley which is in the eastern part of Mariposa County.
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Captured last night with my new camera (first one in twelve years) using a small telescope as a lens. Everything seemed to work well in 14 degrees F. except for my fingers. Shot at 1200mm focal length (compared to 28mm in the photos posted above early this lunar cycle.)
In a Family Way by ASA 32, on Flickr
The finished produce doesn't photograph worth a damn but I have just begun to learn to hand tint black and white photos with oil paints. It is great fun, kind of like paint by numbers but without the numbers. It has great scope as you can print on different papers, replicate water colour paintings and different effects.
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Yeah, I too would call that suffering and Evil.
I don't usually post phone pics - hey, I'm still shooting b/w FILM - but this was on a stroll at Dennings Point State Park in Beacon, NY a few days ago. Besides the Hudson River views, there's a very cool ruin of an old paperclip factory that (incredibly) you can walk through:
Looks positively idyllic!
Here's a few city images from recent:
Nice, crisp and vivid.
Being an aging photographer is not for the faint of heart.
More testing of old lenses on a new digital camera... Nikon Noct-Nikkor 58 f1.2. Very shallow focus plane and nice bokeh wide open.
Wow, that is a great 'Noir' photo of the ol' Chicago L........love it.
Beautiful abandoned spaces!!!
Thanks, Dm101. But I think these kinds of pics are even better in b/w. Here's a shot I did around five years ago, also at Dennings Point, but of a different abandoned building... photographed with good old Tri-X in a 1971 Nikon F2:
There's no question that today's phone cameras are great, but I still find it's worth the effort to do it old-school sometimes. Those mechanical cameras, old lenses, and classic film emulsions produce uniquely different images.
Oooooh...that's a beauty!!
I have to get a REAL camera some day....