Well my attempt to take some photos today proved to be a harder task than expected. So I posted some photos from "The Garden Of The Gods" in Colorado from this summer instead.
I added a few others too, some of my son and our cats =)
Added by Kenny on January 5, 2009 at 10:29pm —
This photo was taken by Garry who said: "The left over of a storm moving out to sea. This cloud really got everyones attention....no surprise. Nature composed this so well we were all standing there just flabbergasted."
Added by Natasha on January 5, 2009 at 1:42pm —
Well I have gotten all geared up to take some new photos of the landscape here.. But it's freezing cold outside.
So here is my options:
1.) I can brave the cold, and go outside and take nature shots and things of that sort.
2.) I can stay inside, drink hot coffee and take shots of very strange things around my home lol
I think I might do both, a little compromise if you will lol
Look for the pics!
Added by Kenny on January 5, 2009 at 7:31am —
Can anyone tell me what they do when downloading photo's. Do you do as I do and reduce them [using Irfam or the like] or do you use another method? Or do you leave them at the original size?
Added by Beverley Pohlner on January 4, 2009 at 9:30pm —
THERE ARE TIMES WHEN WITH NEW DIGICAM, U MAY BE CONFUSED TO KEEP THE BUTTON PERMANENTLY ON auto focus/auto exposure mode,....not a big problem......keep this in mind......at times using Manual focus is better.,....especially when your frame has many objects of varying distances.....IN cases where the main subject is obstructed by other elements in the frame, u shd considering switching both, your camera and the lens to the Manual mode, so that u are able to focus properly on the main… Continue
Added by gopalshroti on January 4, 2009 at 1:49pm —
Soon enough I'm off on vacation in the beautiful land of Arizona, sun bathing on the red rocks of Sedona
. I've been only once before and that time(years ago) I had a 4mp super zoom from Olympus. Not a bad camera, but no where near what I have now. Since I had "good" pictures back then I expect the pictures I bring back in a week to be amazing. And since the comments are what make this site so interesting, I pose… Continue
Added by Apoc on January 4, 2009 at 7:40am —
I'm a movie buff. Therefore, I'm a DVD nut. I used to collect VCDs, but we all know what happened to that trend. Again, I'm a DVD nut. It may sound "terrible" if I tell you that I buy original discs AND "copied" or "bootleg" discs; but, you gotta understand that in the Philippines, getting original discs of foreign movies is almost close to impossible. I know, there's the Internet and we can always order online; but, does buying a "pirated" copy of an original disc that's only meant for my own… Continue
Added by John Anthony L. Wong on January 3, 2009 at 3:04pm —
I finally got a hold of Photomatix software. Here is my first HDR.
Added by Kelly Kiefer on January 3, 2009 at 1:29pm —
I have been wanting to do an expressionistic photo shoot for a really long time now.
I have had these visions (maybe not the best choice of words) about a weeping, allbeit goth, mother with her spiffed up child comforting her in a delapedated environment. I explained my desire and the whole getup to a friend tonight, and one of his best friends is willing to model for me, and have either her son or daughter model as well.
I am VERY excited about this, as I have admired her… Continue
Added by Travis on January 2, 2009 at 10:22pm —
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. Albert Einstein Continue
Added by Scinta on January 2, 2009 at 12:30am —
Hello again sports fans....
Well, there comes a time in a man's life when he just has to say:
Yeah, so I spent the first day of my new year gutting, errrrm, I mean cleaning, my garage. My intention is to treat and paint the concrete, redo the walls, setup backdrops and vualah...my very own portrait studio. =D
I got rid of so much useless stuff it wasn't even funny. I took my tripods, lights,… Continue
Added by Travis on January 1, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Article from DPS, for anyone needing or wanting a little assistance with their camera.
Added by Murray Edwards on January 1, 2009 at 5:02pm —
The New Year has begun...well...it did when January 1st came...but, I felt it really has just begun. I actually am excited about this year since I've so many plans that I sincerely wish I would be able to accomplish very soon. I plan to do a couple of things like: 1.) buy a new 18-200mm lens kits for my NIKON D40, 2.) get a condo unit, 3.) get a compact car and 4.) pay off all my credit card debts (I used it to buy an ACER ASPIRE 4530 LAPTOP, my NIKON D40 and a new suit). My mind's set and my… Continue
Added by John Anthony L. Wong on January 1, 2009 at 12:06pm —
Sorry for the inactivity. I haven't had anything good to post. ^__^;
Earlier we celebrated the New Year even though the weather was not that pleasant (it was raining at the time).
But it didn't stop us from lighting fireworks as midnight grew near.
Happy New Year! I always wanted to try the slow shutter speed hence which resulted here.… Continue
Added by Saide on January 1, 2009 at 3:00am —
I have figured that I must be one really good girl. Last year for Christmas, Santa brought me my first DSLR, a Canon EOS 40D which came with a kit lens, a 17-85mm IS USM lens. Not too shabby I say!
In the course of a year I have become even more addicted to photography, focusing on trying to understand the technical aspect of the art (but no closer to understanding). I also acquired 2 other lenses and a couple filters, lens hood and Photoshop CS3 among other lesser photo editing… Continue
Added by Licini Photography (Lee-Ann on December 31, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Australia's largest city hosted its annual family fireworks display at 9pm, three hours before the official celebrations took place.
Meanwhile several Asian cities including Hong Kong, Kolkata, Manila and Singapore were preparing to welcome in the New Year in style as the clocks tick down to midnight.
Celebrations took place in Seoul, while millions of Japanese took to the streets of Tokyo in a colourful New Year… Continue
Added by Michelle on December 31, 2008 at 1:43pm —
12/31/2008, 1:37 a.m......A man sits hunkered into a half kneeling, half crouching position on the floor....
The arduous task of cutting and tearing seemed to go on for hours without end. The smooth back of the razor sharp blade pressing unforgivingly into the calloused flesh of his finger had spawned the arrival of several squishy red blisters.
Wondering if suffering through the means was really worth the end result, he reached over and unwound the cord. Stretching… Continue
Added by Travis on December 31, 2008 at 11:00am —
Happy New Year everybody! I'm very ecstatic about the fact that with the new year, I was able to find a great Photographer's site. Throughout the year I've searched and searched for one, but with my hectic schedule at work, I just couldn't find the free time to do so. The holidays gave me an opportunity to google and find the site I actually felt at home with.
Here's to hoping that everybody gets to see the beauty of the world we live in this 2009! Cheers!
Added by John Anthony L. Wong on December 31, 2008 at 10:00am —
A life and death game of hide and seek...
There are few things more enjoyable on a freezing day than a vigorous game of tag followed by a hearty meal.
Unless you're supposed to be the main course, that is.
These pictures show how close one man came to being a polar bear's dinner.
Mmmm, looks like dinner time: The bear stands on its haunches and peers over the car roof at his prey, a surveyor returning to his vehicle in the Alaskan town of… Continue
Added by Todd Felman on December 29, 2008 at 3:31pm —
I found this on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnwf2RShNV0
Added by Mellow on December 28, 2008 at 6:47pm —