Discussion in 'Octoberfest Photofest 2012' started by Luke, Oct 20, 2012.
Missed a few days again. Went down to the beach this morning, seeking a sunrise. Not much happening there, without clouds, sunrise is just boring, photographically... but instead, a film crew arrived not long after I did, so I took a truckload of shots of them at work. This was one of the last, a girl they were filming with the ocean and sunrise backdrop.
Girl on the beach2 by kyte50, on Flickr
Just as an FYI, it was a commercial they were filming.. for "an oil company". No idea which, and they werent telling, of course . They were very nice about my shooting them and what they were doing
Welcome back, at least I don't have the task of finding the thread to kick it off, and make sure I've got the correct day! Sunrise was as equally boring here since it occurred behind 100% thick grey cloud cover, just like it has for many a long day now, so once again, how to tackle those conditions for the shot today?
Home Sweet Home
Not much doing here either, grey and drizzly. Haven't ventured further than my front doorstep yet!
A touch of colour on a grey autumn day
Brown tracks by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
Agriculture (from farm gate to dinner plate)
20121025-7 by Fin Azvandi, on Flickr
Flour + Water + Salt + Yeast + Time + Heat = Delicious
October 2: !
Grey skies over here, as well. But quite handy for fall colors.
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Nothing artistic....just testing out a new lens attachment. Lucy has her lovely snoot in the air.
DSCF1090 by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Oct. 25, 2012
Another too, too busy day so all I have is office fishing
[hope nobody is keeping track... ran into a brick wall on the prompts, busy at work etc., so I have now resorted to duplicate entries!]
In the air tonight
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