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Old 06-05-2015, 07:08 AM   #301
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TFP is damaged... extra credit for a back story.



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DAMN, I don't got one of Caytlin Jenner

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I'll repost one of my favorite shots I got on the fly.

TFP make a lot of noise.
This is presently my screen saver.
It inspires me.
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TFP is damaged... extra credit for a back story.



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Closest I could find. Eastern State Penitentiary that housed some of the worst criminals including Al Capone. Processed for lines, texture and grit.

TFP is awe inspiring.
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Vacation in Arizona last week, one of many Awe Inspiring pics I took.The Following Photo-dsc_4134.jpg
TFP is Deep and Wide
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I would like to revise my statement in the previous post to say that I took many pictures of awe inspiring scenery. My photographs are average......
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I would like to revise my statement in the previous post to say that I took many pictures of awe inspiring scenery. My photographs are average......
even a blind squirrel . . . . .

But I bet your average is better than the ONE decent golf shot I had yesterday out of 102



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TFP is Deep and Wide
All I have here in South Texas... now if you had asked for dry and flat...




TFP has significant negative space...
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Aww, I already posted this on post #80 for heights. Thought I remembered it. So I'll post a bonus picture from the same job site the next day:

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TFP has significant negative space...


TFP made you smile.
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TFP made you smile.
You're going to have to tell me how that's done. All I get is a washed out mess when I try to get a picture of the moon. That's fantastic!
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You're going to have to tell me how that's done. All I get is a washed out mess when I try to get a picture of the moon. That's fantastic!
Ken has a big lens and a steady hand

And his camera has a powerful telephoto mounted on a tripod too



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Ken has a big lens and a steady hand

And his camera has a powerful telephoto mounted on a tripod too

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You're going to have to tell me how that's done. All I get is a washed out mess when I try to get a picture of the moon. That's fantastic!
Tripod, 1/250, manual exposure and manual focus.

The higher shutter speed blocks out ambient light and lets you set a higher f-stop.
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Tripod, 1/250, manual exposure and manual focus.

The higher shutter speed blocks out ambient light and lets you set a higher f-stop.
What's the lens?
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Since the day he was born, this little guy has kept me smiling. He is about 10 days old or so in this shot. He's 3 years old now.



Next photo: angles
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What's the lens?
I think I took that at 250mm or so? That pic is still a dramatic crop so as long as you get focus right and camera is 16MB or so, you can get a clean moon shot even at <100mm
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I think I took that at 250mm or so? That pic is still a dramatic crop so as long as you get focus right and camera is 16MB or so, you can get a clean moon shot even at <100mm
Well I have a Canon 200mm L
It's stopped raining so I'll try again.
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Well I have a Canon 200mm L
It's stopped raining so I'll try again.
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Just in time for the New Moon tonight



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Next photo: angles

Ok, this one takes a little explanation.
My wife and I have been taking art classes. Pencil drawing, oil and abstract.
Here is an abstract presented by the teacher that my wife did.

After a couple of weeks of looking at it in our bedroom, I started thinking that it looked familiar. Went to my folder of pictures I took at Lost Maples and sure enough.

So I took it into Photoshop and there you go.










TFP is rectangles...
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