Lets see your film camera gear! Please keep shots to pictures of actual gear that you use for film... be creative!!
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Hope this isn't thought to be inappropriate. I will understand if it's removed
As the collection grows... heres a current group picture...
Back Row: Pentax ME Super (working), Pentax K1000 (working), Petri FTee (non-working), Canon AE-1 (non-working), Canon TX (working)
Front Row: Nikormat FT2 (working), Nikon EM (working), Nikon EL (working)
This thing sounds like a machine gun going off @ 8.5fps :eek: Time for some more memory!
Here she is, 35k clicks on her:
And the set-up: (6 sheets of print paper underneath the camera, on the floor - I nuked the ceiling bouncing the flash off behind me)
Just got an email from Red River Paper about there new greeting card stock for panos, looks pretty neat. folds to a 9"x4" card along a pre-scored line.
check it out.
Cant say im too sad that its a rainy day, since I have spent my morning making a lightbox and messing around with it. working out my lighting and WB issues, let me know what you think so far.
These are my wife's... I thought I'd get some practice in before the wedding season kicks back in.
Here's the 1st try, notice the reflections (very distracting)
To get rid of the reflections, I thought it'd be a good idea to make a light "box"...so I taped 5 sheets of paper together...
Well I had a request to take a couple pics of my Tactical Handguns... so after a few minutes here we are!!
All shots are with:
20D/24-70L/ST-E2/2-580EX Flashes/Light Table
Kimber Tactical II
Kimber TLE-RLII w/Streamlight M6 Light/Laser Combo
I've seen instructions in many places to build your own light cube. I decided instead to purchase the cube as it seemed the most expensive portion of the setup was really the lights. I found DIY instructions on those too, basically to go find the brightest white light flourescent bulbs you can &...
My wife and I are in disagreement about the photographic presentation of one of her necklaces. I photographed it in two dfferent settings as seen below. The first is on a grey sweater pulled over a dress form.
I was asked through a friend to see if I could reproduce a church charter that was signed in 1882. I said "yes" of course. Below is the result:
For the original sized file, goto:
Still trying different "night shots" with ambient light.
What could I do different with this one?
Corel just announced the release of the newest version of there paint shop pro software. Paint Shop Pro X2.
looks like some really neat features in this one, like HDR merge etc.
and for $99 dollars for new buyers and $69...
.... to make a fluffernutter
Marshmallow fluff and lots of peanut butter
First you spread, spread, spread your bread with peanut butter
Add marshmallow fluff and have a fluffernutter
When you enjoy, joy, joy your fluff and peanut butter
You're glad you have enough for another fluffernutter.
Going through my pics on my hard drive today I found some product "vignettes" I did for my wife, Raven, a while back. They were a lot of fun to do, but finding props & backdrops was ways a problem. In the end, I stopped doing them as they were too time consuming. Now that the summer is...
Here is a picture of the softbox I am using... they are about $110 for the whole set up including lights... the lights work good for consumer level lighting... and the box is nice... the background is really my only issue as it has to be folded in the case...which leaves the crease...
This Saturday, July 14th, is my big photography day! I have kept this a bit of a secret from you all. But I was asked a few months ago to shoot a Bikini calendar. This Saturday, the big shoot takes place, with 15 models, a tractor, and two other togs that I “Tricked” into doing this with me.
We gave a demonstration in the lab at work to some students from a local high school.... for the demo - we melt glass in a microwave and pour it into a bucket of water, cutting it into "pieces" as we pour it... as soon as the melted glass hits the cold water is hardens in funny shapes, usually...
Well I ran into a little money and I am deciding to upgrade, to either Canon 30d or Nikon D80 or even Nikon D200, alot of my photography is of knives, shot in a light box......should I go with the kit lens , normal lense or some sort of macro....Average length of knife would be 12-17 inches.
This is a first for me. I've been working on this project for quite a while and I finally got a copy of the finished product. I was asked to create some images that could be used for production of a CD cover. I didn't do any of the artwork, only created the images. This is a scan of the cover, so...
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