sorry for going MIA for a couple weeks.
Here is some of my most recent work (yesterday on the way up to Ventura). You can see the rest on my Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbsoxb/)
I was driving up into Ventura yesterday, and I decided that I had a little extra time to stop at the big...
Didn't have my remote cable, so max i could do was 30 seconds :cry:. Soooo I compensated by bumping up to iso 1600 :D ;).
I kinda messed up on the last one, I didn't know there was that much light behind me lol.
I think there are a couple keepers in here :)
I was amazed at the polarizing filter, there was basically no PP in this whole shoot.
EDITED VERSION OF 6 CAN BE SEEN HERE (Friend felt like playing with photoshop to fix the blown sky)
We've all tried going into a dark room with the shutter on bulb and firing off the flash every time we have a new interesting pose, but that limits you to only dark environments, and gives you this ghostly transparent appearence, which is usually not what you're going for.
Here is a much easier...
I am going to add photos as i go, so please comment on whatever you find interesting etc :)
Also, these might not be sharp (as usual), because i did not process them for this size. i did all the processing in full res and then just downsized for here.
Random glass wall and ceiling in the...
So i am out of tokyo and into kyoto, way more pics to come.
Here is from the train leaving tokyo (the glass was awful; smudges and streaks etc)
Kyoto has a very cool station (sadly this is the only picture from it though haha)
We have an awesome hotel
the elevators are awesome too :D...
bored in the hotel room after a long day of wandering around tokyo...
i have a couple more, but these two came out the best (i have no ability to PP :()
tracing a couple objects in the room:
my sister went crazy with the flashlight after i traced a couple things:
I love this new 10-22 lens!
I dont have my real computer over here and am on a crappy laptop that can barely run picasa.
here are a couple pics from today, no PP except for a little contrast adjustment.
Today i bought a Canon 10-22 for my 40d, and it is 10000000000x clearer, i have more contrast and color.
i feel like i can see!
now i know what everyone is talking about glass being the most important factor of the picture; this is a huge difference!
I am in Japan, so i cant really...
so i have a canon 40d with the kit lens (28-135). i want to get a second lens, but not sure what to get.
so far i am thinking the 10-22 or (canon or sigma depending on how much cash i have at the time).
i know i want wider shots, but that's about all :lol:
thanks for the help