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Discussion in 'Digital and Video Cameras' started by Lotheron, May 11, 2011.
The colors are very vivid, that christmas ornament tree thing looks amazing.
Calcite, 15 sec exposure under shortwave UV light with ~8 sec exposure longwave UV light. Black balls are manganese oxide. Any blue tint is sensor artifact.
Bornite (peacock ore, Cu5FeS4) in quartz and calcite with sheelite (CaWO4). Sheelite glows white under UV light. 4 sec exposure under shortwave UV light with about one second exposure of halogen table lamp.
Galena from seven images using Helicon Remote and Helicon Focus stacker.
Blood quartz on amethyst. Larger spheres are ~.2mm across. D90 and MBC-10 stereo microscope. 10 images stacked.
Nice shots ironwing. I like.
Some old photos I dug up (mainly because I'm going to get them printed and get some frames to decorate my apartment):
Hell Gate Bridge by brainonska511, on Flickr
Flatiron Building at Dusk by brainonska511, on Flickr
Chicago River-Michigan Ave Bridge by brainonska511, on Flickr
A Field of Empty Chairs by brainonska511, on Flickr
Chicago At Night by brainonska511, on Flickr
The Bean at Night by brainonska511, on Flickr
I've printed on Kodak Metallic @ Adorama, @ 20x30:
and framed 20x30:
I was initially thinking 11x17 or somewhere around there, but finding frames in that size that won't break the bank is a pain in the ass. So I'm settling for 11x14 (I think). I'm probably going to stop at Adorama myself sometime this week to get a better idea of frame sizes and just pick some up before ordering some prints from them.
I had them print another photo of mine that I framed and gave to my brother and his wife for Christmas. Was very satisfied with their printing and shipping.
The framing on these is decent and it's a nice catch, but the bokeh on is nervous and jumpy. What lens is this? How much cropping?
out of camera jpeg:
Pictures I took, Olympus E-520, lense 70-300...
I was bored lastnight, so I pulled out one of the guns for some detailed shots. Thought this one looked nice...
At the zoo today.
Cold mornings and inversion in Idaho isn't always a bad thing...
Wow. That looks almost like a painting.
Handheld with my 55-200, looking forward to getting a TC before too long.
The latest pic...
here's mine! a panorama from a hike i went on
Camera > resized > Flickr > here
TahoeSouth by sssnail, on Flickr
Hematite, Fe2O3, Morocco
Goethite needles, FeO(OH), in quartz geode.
Wooow. What a beautiful picture.
Specially I like Flower
3 30 second exposures processed with Photomatix.