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MtStRainier_DriftingSilhouettes
08/09/2015 09:07:21 PM
MtStRainier_DriftingSilhouettes
by paulwestmoreland1

Comment:
Looks like you got some sensor dust there... lots to see, like smoldering embers under the mountain!
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Broken Cloud
07/16/2015 04:22:23 PM
Broken Cloud
by Imagineer

Comment:
My print of this was recently rediscovered after years lost in my ex's house... so happy its back in my loving arms/on my wall :)
Pastel Explotion
06/24/2015 12:44:01 PM
Pastel Explotion
by Zhaark

Comment:
I really like the idea and execution but you pushed the highlights in her eye a bit too far for my liking, unnaturally bright and distracting. I also wonder, the eyes instinctively close when something is "shot" in their direction... so how did she not flinch with powdery explosions on her face? The more I think about this last point the more the aqua looks pasted in and not occurring during the shoot.
Who You 'Gonna Call?
01/31/2010 10:31:21 PM
Who You 'Gonna Call?
by Hussar1812

Comment:
This is so awesome.
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Grand Opening- Sunflower
06/11/2009 06:12:41 PM
Grand Opening- Sunflower
by JeffryZ

Comment:
Glad to see I'm not the only one shooting sunflowers in IR!
The dodge on the petals seems a tad overdone.
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Just when you thought that hernia couldn't get any worse... (self portrait)
05/20/2009 11:09:26 AM
Just when you thought that hernia couldn't get any worse... (self portrait)
by jlanoue

Comment:
Where would I get homemade maple syrup and IR filters from if you died!?! Glad you're still with us... now get that hernia taken care of!
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Desert Date orchard
04/30/2009 11:19:37 AM
Desert Date orchard
by Motek

Comment:
What an odd orchard. This would've also been a good entry into the "*Green" challenge since that is quite a clever way to reuse old tires, it might've even placed higher there since there's so few entries.
I really like how muted the tons are, especially since a desert scene is one that is typically very bright. It does appear to be unlevel but I have a feeling that's just an illusion created by the darker trees in the background on the right and the extreme wide angle.

I will definitely be coming back to this one.
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Manassas Crossing
04/08/2009 11:13:28 AM
Manassas Crossing
by Les_Feck

Comment:
I didn't even notice the cross of the church, it's so teeny. Maybe if you had tied up a hot blonde and put her on the tracks people would've paused longer to soak up the scene you've presented.
I'm glad you didn't go with HDR.
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Astrophotography on a budget  -- Orion's sword @ 200mm f/4 Canon L Lens
04/08/2009 12:58:45 AM
Astrophotography on a budget -- Orion's sword @ 200mm f/4 Canon L Lens
by jlanoue

Comment:
Originally posted by jlanoue:

astrophotography is just the art of long exposure photography of a moving object

Ahem... aren't we the ones moving and not the object Mr Smarty-pants?
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monotony
04/01/2009 12:08:15 PM
monotony
by skewsme

Comment:
From the straight and narrow arises form and function.
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