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GB111

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GB111 last won the day on 13 February

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    My assistant

    Fun shots.
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    What Do You Want From Fotozones?

    Dallas, I am admittedly biased because I was a big fan of another photography forums site named photographyreview.com (now defunct, but still online), but I find the FZ categories of the forum to not be what I want. What FZ has: - Birds (but no Animals) - Botanical (different than Nature?) - Macro - Nature (is this landscape, or animals, or ?) - People (extremely general) - Photojournalism (Ok, but is this City, people, all of the above?) - Places (huh?) - Other The old PR forum categories were as follows (http://forums.photographyreview.com/forum.php). Not all of them here, but most: - Viewfinder (for those who don't want critique, but to show their work) - Photo Critique (broad) - Help (about your equipment , etc) - Camera Reviews - Canon Camera Equip - Nikon - Sony - Olympus - Pentax - MIrrorless - Software and Post Processing - Camera Dealer Feedback - Video - Nature and Wildlife - Film - Photo Biz and Law - Studio and Lighting - Sports - Photography as Art - Photo PRojects - Camera Gear for Sale/Wanted - Off Topic - Site Feedback A lot I know (perhaps too many), but you get the picture. They were also listed in a simpler list that required less scrolling (yes, it does make a difference). Anyway.. Gb Edit: one of the above categories that I think was important is the Viewfinder. There are many situations where a person simply wants to show their work. In some situations, they really do not want to here criticism and simply dismiss any comments that are not favorable. These need to be policed and moved to the Viewfinder because they waste the responder's time and effort.
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    Back to nest

    Heck of a shot. I guess it takes a lot of patience to capture these critters.
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    VW Camping

    Just watched that main Youtube vid on the link you sent, Dallas. Very interesting. People dream of these trips. I guess Leah is the Aussie gal. I will watch more of his vids, I guess he's getting a boat BTW.
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    VW Camping

    Yep, besides the Mustang Ford is getting out of the passenger car business, at least for the foreseeable future. GM has also announced major cutbacks of passenger cars, and Fiat-Chrysler already went that route years ago. A lot of people buy big hunkin pickup trucks and haul air. Those things are lucky to get 20 miles/gallon, so I don't get it myself. I do like having a 4 wheel drive to get out in the sticks (and sand) and not have to overly worry about getting stuck. Photographers need that freedom.
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    VW Camping

    Thanks Dallas. The foreground is easily adjusted. I will try it. I know VW is working on a neat electric van thingie that looks a lot like this old one. I think it was just a concept but that they'd like to move fwd, if they can give it enough range and keep the price down to where people can afford it. We will see. I'm not hip on electric cars for the reason shown here: I travel great distances to get to remote places like this and don't have time (or energy) to be hunting around for charging stations, nor time to wait around for the vehicle to charge. One day.
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    The New York Times Called...

    Congrats Dallas. Question for you: how do you control lens distortion with all those straight lines? Seems one needs special lenses (which?) I know you can at least partially correct this in Photoshop, but that usually doesn't work 100 percent and also tends to soften the pic. GB
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    A bit of a fire yesterday

    The dangers of living in a dry populated area. Same issues here in California, lots of humans now living in areas that have traditionally burned, and we don't want them to burn anymore. Sort of like trying to stop the tide from coming in (maybe not that bad, but close). Glad you are alright. Good that you are thinking of escape routes ahead of time. Bad things can happen fast. -GB
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    Spider Crab Man

    Interesting angle there Yes, believe I have seen these beasts in aquariums. The Alaskan King Crab's right up there with them in shock value, just bigger than you'd expect them to be.
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    VW Camping

    Another angle.
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    VW Camping

    Took this at the Salton Sea in California last night. Anything I can do in post to make it better? It just seems a tad plain to me (but I am interested in your take). Gb
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    A stamp

    Not bad. Decent side pattern, fun doggies. I wonder if the 'canceled' mark would be a little less perfect in the real world, but OK. I also wonder if the dogs should have a tad more negative space around them and the sides. Gb
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    Anza-Borrego

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    Anza-Borrego

    Yep, decent article. Seems the author applies an old issue (which still applies) to a different situation, really: what do you put in the 'foreground?' He uses a city as an example, but there are so many excellent shots out there of beautiful mountains, etc. that lack a foreground subject. I used to joke with a friend that I need to find a model who will follow me around out there for that.
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    up close

    A subtle but very 3d look here. I like it and think it would look good printed large. The leaves almost look like paper. The bulb (if that is the right terminology) is indeed placed very well. Gb
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