I must be in Canada!

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Joerocket, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. Joerocket

    Joerocket TPF Noob!

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    I took these shots during the huge storm that hit southern ontario that gave us 6 - 8 inches of snow, couldn't stay out long though, it started snowing really wet snow that was pretty much rain and it kept getting worse, I wish I didn't sleep in so much, cuz it woulda' been some sweet pics this morning, oh well.

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    thanks for looking!

    -Joe
     
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    What? No Tim Horton's this time? ;)
    I really like the 'grainy' feel to the first and the lack of colours helps to accentuate the silence of the atmosphere at the time the picture was taken. Great job.
     
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    I like the first one too. It's crazy, you guys are getting snow in Ontario and we are getting rain in Nova Scotia... this winter has been messed up.
     
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    haha, we didn't get any of this over here :greenpbl:
    (we had one before xmas. i know this sucks but look at bright side: tonns of picture opportunities! :D)

    I really like these, esp the tones in the second... your tones always rock :)
     
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    i like the shots, what iso were you using, very grainy, the first one looks very uniform grain, almost like grain has been added in PS.

    Heres some inspiration:

    http://www.deviantart.com/view/27943079/
     
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    all rain here bud, great shots!!
     
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    thanks alot everyone!

    britt: no, no timmys this time it was after 12 and I was too tired to walk downtown.

    cjoe: thanks for bringing iso up, i totally forgot to turn it up cuz i rarely take night shots, I had it at 100, my night function on my point and shoot always comes out with totally redish orange tones so i always end up having to convert to b&w, and nice link there, i just have to learn how to fly then ill be able to take pics like that lol.

    thanks again everyone for the comments!

    -Joey
     
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    Oh i thought you had it cranked, because of the graininess? As for the link, maybe a tilt shift lens would help? Get as high over your subject as possible then use your tilt shift to get those parallel lines hapnin!
     

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