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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Shot this on the way to work this morning.

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    If anyone wants to see the big version it's here.

    Jim
     
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    WOW!!!!!!!! :shock:

    Amazing shot!
     
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    Woah, very very nice. Im waiting for sunrise this morning so i might be able to get some shots in..
     
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    Jim, that is absolutely fantastic!
    You're getting good at this photography thing huh?
    So what's the details on exposure etc?
    I'm impressed that the sun hasn't washed everything out.
    Assuming I ever find a job again, I'd like a shot like that in my office.
    Great job as always Jim!
     
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    wow, thats gorgeous!!!!! ... maybe i'll shoot that good someday :D
     
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    What a great photo! Colors are so intense early in the morning. You've taught us all a good lesson. Always have your camera with you.
     
  7. MDowdey

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    AWESOME!!!!!

    md
     
  8. photobug

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    Okay, I gotta 'fess up- I darkened this using Curves in Photoshop to remove the distracting foreground (plants & road). Nothing was washed out though. I usually hate lens flares, but I kinda like these.

    The exif data says-

    Manual Mode (it's a control thing, just hate letting the camera do that auto thing)
    ISO 100
    f4.1
    1/1000 sec
    lens: 22.2mm (~100mm film equivalent)
    Pattern metering mode (points from all over the frame)

    Sid, I occasionally stumble into a decent pic. :wink:

    Jim
     
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    Beautiful Jim. It must be nice to have clouds. I'm still waiting for the monsoon season here in the bone dry desert.
     
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    photobug TPF Noob!

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    This was the last bunch of clouds I've seen. This was the next morning, hasn't been a cloud in the sky since. Just boring blue...

    Not as dramatic as the last one. I switched cameras right after this & hopefully got the good shots on film. I'll know when I finish the roll & get it developed.

    Anyway, here 'tis...



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    Jim
     
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    Hi Jim,
    Looks like you stumbled into another winner!
    Love the colors and patterns on the cloud edge.
    Very very nice.
     
  12. MDowdey

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    hey mods!!! no cloud contests...ever.


    :)


    md
     

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