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  1. Nikon Fan

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    Went to a homecoming parade for the High School the other day, took this shot...will post some parade pics when I get a chance. Then the second shot was from the park yesterday, I used my IR filter on it and converted in PS.

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    Both are nice. I like the shadows in the 2nd one. Gives it a peaceful feeling.
     
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    I really like the second one. I tried to take a shot like that a while ago but it came out overexposed? If you don't mind me asking, what was your shutter speed and f-stop?

    --Peter
     
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    Thanks for the comments. The second shot was done with an IR filter on it so the exposure was much longer, 45 secs @f11
     
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    The second one is nice, I have to say that first one looks kind of phoney tho doncha think? (wakka wakka) :)
     
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    i prefare the first. I like it because its abit abstract. I like the use of shapes and symbols, all balanced out so well. Its different!
     
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    Oooh, I must call my sister on the phone...
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    To tell her about this phone-box photo.
    She collects phone-boxes (in photos, mind). She will like it as much as I do! The "phoney"-photo, that is.

    An IR-exposure takes as long as 45 seconds? Really? WOW.
    And if a wind had come ... or a runner?
     
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    Wow! I like both of these images. The first one has great contrast and tone. I like the lighting in the second one and I agree with Woodsac it is peaceful.
     
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    Thanks everyone :) I think I want to go back to the place with the phones and shoot other various angles...

    :lol: Lafoto...for IR shots it depends on the camera and filter, the Hoya R72 on a DRebel XT takes longer, but the times could be different using another camera with film...I typically start out with 30 secs and go up from there, the longest one I've done was about 2 mins...
     
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    Really love the first image. Great work.

    Eric
     
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    I like the first one mucho the tones and the repetition work very well for me. good eye.

    The 2nd one says classic. Thats justa perfect shot. Relaxing!

    It screams france to me for some reason, with the light filtering through the trees making a great texture on the ground!

    Excellent!
     
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    Thanks Airic and Paul :)
     

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