WARNING : Blurred photos from Japan

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by ndroo, Apr 22, 2006.

  1. becmaclean

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    I'm with Thorhammer, why can't I look at blurred images without getting dizzy:lmao: ??

    I especially like the "Rainy day in the park" shot. As with many lensbaby shots, it has a dream-like feeling. Are those cherry blossom trees in the background?

    I love them all but have to admit that some of them would probably have been spectacular shot with a normal lense setup ie: the grass is greener.

    Beautiful though...I'm very jealous, wish I had the opportunity to go somewhere as amazing


     
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    Yummys on Sticks is a fantastic shot in my humble opinion :)
     
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    Thanks. Just like on a Lomography trip, these shots were mostly taken in a snapshot style, no fancy composition etc. I use LB2 and don't see myself getting a 3G one until they come out with something more interesting. LOL

    Thanks. Yeah those are cherry blossom trees :)

    Thanks. THat makes me hungry when I look at it
     
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    i HATE lensebabies, it makes my eyes water haha
     
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    I really liked your pictures! I want a lens baby now!
     
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    chroix In Latin it's "spikius conius thingonius"

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    I like them. The pictures of people in the cities eally work. The others are marginal.
     
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    I realize this is another FrankenThread, but I can't see any images on the Portfolio page. Am I missing something?
     
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    I really like the ones of the people/city, not to sure on the others but you have some great photos there.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, everyone

    Huh? It should be visible ... you have Flash installed on your PC?
     
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    Interesting discussion on LBs. I like your photographs I think the lens works very well here.
     
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    Great shots + Lens Babies = Not-so-great shots.

    The pictures are amazing, great colors, composition, etc, but the LB effect ruins a great many of them, especially when a LOT of these effects can be achieved in Photoshop. I agree that it looks like someone with limited Photoshop skills (like myself) messed with all these pictures.

    Trust me, I am no purist, almost every one of my shots includes some about of blur and color correction, but the lens baby just limits EVERYTHING to me.

    On the other hand it DOES add something to SOME shots like "uncle" and "up close"
     

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