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Found 12 results

  1. Very enjoyable day spent at the Redoubt, a Napoleonic period fort in the old port of Harwich UK, with our delightful model Sarah-Louise.
  2. Clactonian

    Brutalism 1

    The Barbican Centre, London, UK SL601, Summilux 50/1.4
  3. This was my first ever successful motion blur panning shot. Baboons out where I am are quite skittish and so are often seen on the run especially when approached by the vehicle so you have a little bit of time to prepare. I was not quite sure whether to keep it colour or not as the whole image was initially just a few slightly different shades of brown. Shot with a Canon 7D mkii, 150-600mm Sigma C lense at 600mm, f9.0, ISO 100, 1\20
  4. armando_m

    Going to work

    I saw Malefica while waiting for the light to turn green, shot from the hip, later when checking if I got any keepers was surprised to see she was following Elvis
  5. Taken at the Cincinnati Zoo Nikon D700 anad Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 VC B&W post processing in Lightroom and onOne Perfect B&W 8
  6. Nikon Df, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D Processed in Lightroom 5.2 and onOne Perfect B&W 8
  7. Last year I participated in Joe's PAW challenge and found it a demanding but rewarding experience creating 52 infrared images. Fon's has taken over and has a inspirational collective weekly challenge running. Olivier one of the photographers I most admire here has a wonderful 52 week portrait thread inspired by the PAW challenge. This thread is intended to commit me to post 52 images of my home town in 2013. edit: I will complete this project off site.... I give my sincere thanks to everyone who has commented on the images. Your support has been invaluable to me, and very much appreciated, thank you one and all. Best Regards Bez
  8. Guest

    Power of Lines

    From the album: Nikon D3 Shots

    I rarely convert my pictures to B/W afterwards, in the post process. I usually turn the camera on "Monochrome" before I start shooting.

    © Patrick Pedersen

  9. Jyda

    Man vs. nature

    I'm trying to like my Panasonic GF2, but while it can make ok pictures I can't seem to bond with a camera without an eye finder. The Panasonic 14/2.5 is a decent lens though.
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