The Sample Gallery on Visual Perceptions
Sheffield Open Fencing Tournament Semi-Final 2006, another WIP.
Minolta X-700, 50mm MD lens @ f4.
Ilford HP4 @ ASA 800, Dev in Rodinal 1:50 24 mins.
Taken from an elevated position above the event and then cropped down later. In the full frame there's a rather irritating door to the outside world wide open throwing the exposures off something wild. Isn't post-production great? Only a simple crop done here from the full frame. Pictured are Stuart Marshall and Joe Brightman, both excellent junior cometitors. Stuart went on to win gold on the day.
Fisherman enjoying a beautfiul Lowcountry Sunset at the mouth of the Cooper River in Charleston, SC
I took some great photos on my recent trip to Europe (Germany, France and Italy)
We visited the Wasserfall(waterfall) in the Black Forest of Germany. Very beautiful!!! ( splashCollapse )
good? bad? It's my first attempt at waterfalls so be nice.
Sumatran Tiger ©2006 Ed Book
Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm L IS at 310mm with polarizer
Exposure: RAW capture, 1/250 sec @ f/5.6 ISO 320
Canon EOS 350D
17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
HDR: Photomatix Pro 2.2.4
Curves: Adobe Photoshop 7.0
Here is one of the rainbow shots I got the other day. If you look close you can see the second rainbow appearing. Any ideas on how to bring the colors out more? Any ideas on if and how I could edit this in photoshop to make it more vibrant? Any feedback is very appreciated. :) Thanks!
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses"
Happy Birthday America.... I only hope we survive a few more.
You know what posts are frequent and somewhat annoying?
"What camera should I buy?" posts
Who would be willing to start a community purely centered on camera equipment and buying new camera equipment and what to buy, I mean I know this community could do that.
but more specialization would be less clutter.
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11 pictures that my friend Alina and I took yesterday. Some of them rather big.
Comments and criticism are very welcome.