Photography Thread

EPbabe

Active Member
Flood on the Danube, Budapest, today

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mozmal

Beastly Little Parasite
Just got back from Paris today, here's some shots that I took.

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This is the pyramid entrance to the Louvre museum.

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One of the numerous, incredible ceilings in the Louvre.

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Oscar Wilde's grave in the Pere Lachaise cemetery.

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A close-up of some of the fantastic detail of Notre Dame.

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Another from the unmissable Pere Lachaise cemetery. I spent hours in here and took a lot of photos.

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Ultra wide angle shot of the Eiffel Tower.
 
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anon x

New Member
Great pics,Mozmal :thumb:

In the eye shot it looks like you've got JD's Unknown Pleasures cover in there!

The Louvre pics are fabulous.

Can i ask what kind of gear you were using?
 

mozmal

Beastly Little Parasite
Great pics,Mozmal :thumb:

In the eye shot it looks like you've got JD's Unknown Pleasures cover in there!

The Louvre pics are fabulous.

Can i ask what kind of gear you were using?

Thanks anon x - I used a Nikon D80 and a Tamron 10-24mm wide angle lens for most of the shots. I'll post some more later as I took hundreds, Paris is a photographer's dream.
 

Sphinx

I am less than nothing
Lovely firework shots - great vantage point - ohh reflections are crisp.
 

suparni

human being
what camera are you using, digital or film?
really nice... i like the slow shutter speed effect.

thanks Steph... these are all taken with a canon 5d. I shot the first ones at f/22 ISO 100 and left the shutter open for a long time on a tripod.

The one in london I was honestly drunk and I don't remember the shutter speed or f stop but it looks like it was f/4 or so at around IS0 800 with at 1/40th or 1/50th

I gave it that old looking effect in photoshop... you can really make digital look like film these days if you know how to use it and if if you shoot raw.

Cheers and thanks.
 

Franzanna

In retirement
I have the day off school today, so I decided to take photos of the snow on the estate.

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^ Wheelie bins look good with snow.

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Poppy Full

Sycophantic slag
I have no idea why I chose to do a media elective this semester, I miss my paintbrushes. :) But here are some photography stills from a short film I made this week:
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I wish they were bigger, but I'm not that techno-savvy yet. :o
 

sweetness522

My one true love
A view from the 59th St. bridge looking up the East River with Manhattan Island to the left and Roosevelt Island to the right:

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mozmal

Beastly Little Parasite
Just got back from the Lake District today, here's some shots I took. Hope you like them.

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Derwentwater at daybreak - extremely cold. F22, 1 6th, ISO 100.

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Another of Derwentwater, about 30 minutes after sunrise.

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A small, wooded area on the shores of Derwentwater.

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The far shore of Derwentwater from Cat Bells.

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Around 1300 metres up Cat Bells, overlooking Derwentwater.

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On the summit of Cat Bells - 1481 feet.
 
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