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05/22/2006 04:36:04 PM · #76
Originally posted by eschelar:


In pitch darkness at night, during a solar AND lunar eclipse.

Naturally, the picture won a blue ribbon, but was removed to be placed into the ultra-top-secret DPC vault.

Rumor has it that Drew has not been seen much recently because he is in fact in Critical condition because upon viewing the picture's surpassing excellence, he immediately fell into a coma from neural overload. Recovery is uncertain.


LOL i had to read the whole thing....i was like what... lmao
05/22/2006 05:20:36 PM · #77
When Chuck Norris does a push-up...he's not pushing himself up...he's pushing the earth DOWN.
05/22/2006 05:30:12 PM · #78
Ansel Adams met Chuck Norris.

Once.

By Appointment.
05/22/2006 10:28:14 PM · #79
Chuck Norris doesn't need IS lenses - he roundhouse kicks his subjects until they are stabilized.
05/22/2006 10:30:16 PM · #80
Are we going to start another for Mr T also? hehe
05/22/2006 11:07:01 PM · #81
Chuck Norris uses a 600mm f/4 for macro work...hand-held.

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05/23/2006 12:17:18 AM · #82
Originally posted by crayon:

Are we going to start another for Mr T also? hehe


We could, but Chuck Norris would not be happy and kill the thread AND the OP.
05/23/2006 12:29:19 AM · #83
CN doesn't need a shutter release button on his camera because when he commands his camera to take the shot, it will simply obey
05/23/2006 12:46:09 AM · #84
Originally posted by sdunsmoor:

Chuck Norris counted to infinity - twice.


Thought this was just too funny
05/23/2006 02:45:44 AM · #85
Chuck Norris once had a terrible pain in his stomach...he smashed a camera...ate the pieces...then with the help of his abs and intestines put the camera back together and was able to take a shot of the cause of the problem...he then clinched up and smashed the camera into dust but not before removing the CF card and safely coughing it back up. Seems the problem was a tape worm that he got from eating a cow raw after killing it with his mind. He then began slugging his stomach...the tapeworm was no more.
05/23/2006 03:44:28 AM · #86
When Chuck wants to shoot macro- he'll just use the Hubble telescope. Hand-held. He owns it you know.
05/23/2006 04:09:05 AM · #87
Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa off a picture Chuck Norris took.
05/23/2006 04:13:35 AM · #88
Chuck Norris never gets blur photos - any blur photos and he will make sure reality turns blur with a round house kick!
05/23/2006 04:48:51 AM · #89
Chuck Norris photographed Tony Schumacher both at the beginning AND the end of one of his famous 300+ MPH quarter mile runs (I heard he was running backwards to get the right angle!).
05/23/2006 04:59:02 AM · #90
Chuck Norris doesn't submit photos to DPChallenge, Chuck Norris submits reality.
05/23/2006 05:01:03 AM · #91
Chuck Norris is so good, he can switch from F2.0 to F22 in 1 second (lame)
05/23/2006 05:07:14 AM · #92
Originally posted by Zoomdak:

Chuck Norris doesn't submit photos to DPChallenge, Chuck Norris submits reality.


HEY! are you saying that the photos submitted to DPC are not reality?! :p
05/23/2006 05:16:42 AM · #93
Chuck Norris multiplied his dpc score by zero and still won the Blue Ribbon.
05/23/2006 05:59:54 AM · #94
Originally posted by trnqlty:

Originally posted by sdunsmoor:

Chuck Norris counted to infinity - twice.


Thought this was just too funny


I have been in tears reading this thread, but this one is ace!!!
05/23/2006 07:14:25 AM · #95
Chuck Norris prints are not sold on paper. They are forged in diamond that Chuck Norris created in his mouth when he eats his coal for breakfast. They are worth so much that only Chuck Norris can afford them.

Not to mention no-one has ever actually seen a Chuck Norris photo and lived to tell about it. The sheer power of the image would hit you like 10000 Chuck Norris roundhouse kicks. 1 is more than enough to destroy you.

Chuck Norris once won every placing in a competition with a single photo. Since Chuck Norris can only come first, he won 300 blue ribbons.

In fact Chuck Norris cannot come first. Chuck Norris coming first is to compare a Chuck Norris photo with another photo - such a thing is not possible.

My 2 cents...
05/23/2006 07:41:05 AM · #96
Originally posted by kiwitography:

no-one has ever actually seen a Chuck Norris photo and lived to tell about it. The sheer power of the image would hit you like 10000 Chuck Norris roundhouse kicks. 1 is more than enough to destroy you.


...Chuck Norris is so powerful he could stare at a Chuck Norris photo!
05/23/2006 07:48:25 AM · #97
Originally posted by crayon:

Originally posted by kiwitography:

no-one has ever actually seen a Chuck Norris photo and lived to tell about it. The sheer power of the image would hit you like 10000 Chuck Norris roundhouse kicks. 1 is more than enough to destroy you.


...Chuck Norris is so powerful he could stare at a Chuck Norris photo!


Notice how the first word is "no-one". Chuck Norris could never fall in this category. Chuck Norris is his own category. :P
05/23/2006 09:21:42 AM · #98
Chuck Norris does not meet the challenge. The topic simply changes to suit his photo.

Chuck Norris does not use polarizers or ND filters. One look and the sun dims. With a good growl, he can take night shots at noon.

Chuck Norris once took a macro photo of an 8 foot rattlesnake in Arizona. Meteor Crater was formed when it tried to bite him. He saved the venom for use as a lens cleaner.

Chuck Norris prints might resist fading for a hundred years, but since the color drains from his subjects when he shoots them, nobody really knows.

Tornadoes are caused by Chuck Norris shooting in burst mode. We get hurricanes when he wants higher resolution.

Chuck Norris took the only known photo of dinosaurs, but they didn't smile on command. There are no more dinosaurs.

Chuck Norris developed an application that removes grain by ordering it to leave. It's called Noise Ninja. This software should be used sparingly because the image wets itself and smudges if he has to ask twice.

All rhinos used to be square, but Chuck Norris preferred a 4x6 format.

Chuck Norris bought an underwater camera housing to take photos of the world's most beautiful reef. The area has since been renamed the Dead Sea.

Chuck Norris has the only digital camera in the world with error messages that read, "Please don't kill me."

Former Site Council member Eric Waterson accidentally DQ'd Chuck Norris from Challenge #75. Eric Waterson and Challenge #75 have not been seen since. We don't acknowledge that they ever existed.
05/23/2006 09:43:14 AM · #99
Originally posted by Pug-H:

Chuck Norris multiplied his dpc score by zero and still won the Blue Ribbon.


This one is awesome... simple.. and very funny!! lmao
05/23/2006 09:51:24 AM · #100
Originally posted by scalvert:



Chuck Norris once took a macro photo of an 8 foot rattlesnake in Arizona. Meteor Crater was formed when it tried to bite him. He saved the venom for use as a lens cleaner.

Chuck Norris developed an application that removes grain by ordering it to leave. It's called Noise Ninja. This software should be used sparingly because the image wets itself and smudges if he has to ask twice.

Chuck Norris bought an underwater camera housing to take photos of the world's most beautiful reef. The area has since been renamed the Dead Sea.

Chuck Norris has the only digital camera in the world with error messages that read, "Please don't kill me."


scalvert these are awesome!!! Im still laughing!!! awe man!! lol lmao
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