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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by kyteflyer, Sep 3, 2013.
Again, I've rushed to the head of the queue.
Tom OOF by kyte50, on Flickr
Love it, Sue! Tom's such a handsome fella.
Thanks, Chris. No idea how I managed that. All the X100 shots from today are blurred. OOps.
The blurring makes it special, Sue. Beautiful!
I love the shots of Day 1 and 2. That makes expectations for the rest of the month sky high. ;-)
Here is mine for today. I decided to stick to the Dutch landscape. This one was shot yesterday evening. RAW processed with VSCO Agfa Scala 200 preset.
Following Sue's lead - one from the X100 as soon as I stepped in the door after work. Sorry all rushed but I'm starving :149:
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Had a bagel and coffee lunch on the pier today.
Watched the fishermen and took a few snaps.
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Great place to have lunch!
I would have been making that a looooooonnnnnnngggggg lunch Joe. Sweet.
Spring is in the air mate, I took my time
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ReD - Very elegant composition. Well done!
Ok...here is my day 3 entry...a shot at the Italian Heritage Street fest from the weekend.
Sunrise in B&W
As the last of the "front", passes away.
Reflections on decay
G1, 45-175mm zoom
I've not done a PAD before. I like having a single theme. Helps me to focus, and greatly reduces the number of shots I take.
Day Three (EOS-M):
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Day three seems to me, to have pulled out a higher level of our effort and results. Getting through the long weekend is probably to be the main cause. But, for me it is more, getting into the different mode of seeing in B&W, which for me is "a work in progress".
We are also seeing more people involved. Which makes this MUCH more enjoyable. Thanks all around!
Pac-Man Pool Party!!!
It looks to me that the tip of his nose is sharper, maybe front-focus?
Anyway, I like the effect, it looks like he's the star of Catsablanca!
I like this a bunch, the geometry really works for me.