Desert Dueler

Desert Dueler

Posted by alexandriabrangwin on 2017-11-22 08:56:20

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D850 JPG (edited)

D850 JPG (edited)

Got the brand new D850!
Test using the Nikon D850 and 60mm micro N lens.
I was suppose to shoot straight JPG but after transferring to my computer I realized that screen of the D850 was soo much brighter than the D810 so I was underexposed.
This shot is a JPG shot and quickly edited in photoshop just to fix levels and clean the small dust. NO sharpness or clarity added.

Strobist info:
Studiostrobe thru stripbox subjecr left thru scrim @ 1/4
Studiostrobe with reflector behind subject with CTB gel pointing at BG @ 1/4

Posted by L S G on 2017-09-23 09:28:36

Tagged: , nikon , d850 , test , 60mm , micro , lsg , laya , gerlock , layagerlock , philippines , 850 , nikond850 , whiskey , glass , product , photography , lighting , strobist

Diagnostic

Diagnostic

Selective focus closeup view of cables plugged into a server network panel with lights indicating activity. Photographed inside an equipment room. Canon 5D MarkII. The file has been meticulously retouched in Photoshop eliminating dust and unwanted flaws. I have over 22 years experience as a photo retoucher.

Posted by Bachmann electronic GmbH on 2017-10-24 11:01:27

Tagged: , Computer , Photography , Wired , No People , Surface Mount Component , Computer Network , Network Server , LED , Computer Cable , Electronics Industry , Coaxial Cable , Lighting Equipment , Modem Cable , Graph , Telephone Network Control Room , Connection , Variation , Order , Blue , Technology , Selective Focus , Macro , Horizontal , Close-up , Control Panel , Control Room , Cable , Internet , Mainframe , Hard Drive , Computer Part , Node

Among The Stars

Among The Stars

Posted by alexandriabrangwin on 2017-04-01 06:55:25

Tagged: , Alexandria Brangwin , Second Life , 3D , CGI , Computer , Graphics , Virtual , world , photography , Elysion , adult , lounge , sim , beautifully , crafted , artspace , upper , floor , library , sailing , boat , flying , stars , lamps , lights , fair , dust , sparkles , books , wide , angle , panorama

dimensions of space

dimensions of space

Posted by tcb on 2009-02-17 03:36:25

Tagged: , light , painting , art , performance , photography , writing , drawing , white , balance , rgb , red , green , blue , cold , cathode , computer , case , roman , candle , fireworks , bridge , st , paul , minnsota , night , lights , led , mathematics , awesome , math , quantum , mechanics , interstellar , rotational , pull , galaxy , worm , hole , black , space , time , continuum , dust , gravity , nucleus , atom , proton , supernatural , magic

1/365

1/365

Posted by tcb on 2009-02-17 03:35:55

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Endangered Species

Endangered Species

1.28.11 – The importance of a good mouse is key for most digital artists, photographers, and designers. Logitech has served me well since as far back as I can even remember. The last brand before Logitech I honestly remember in my hands was an IBM one that came with the first computer my family ever got. I grew up playing around with commercial computers that had black and green screens and required line commands but this computer was a "personal computer", something all nerds lusted for. This was when color computer screens were considered some huge leap in computer technology. "Imagine the power required to produce all those colors!"

The clunky, large white mouse seemed so amazing at the time. Dust would collect in the tracks in a matter of weeks, making you loose control of your pointer. This then forced you to take the ball out and clean each little roller sensor. The cord would knock things over on your desk at times and you had 2 inputs (1 on a mac).

How far we have come. This mouse is ergonomically shaped to form to the human hand in a comfortable position. It wirelessly sends signals to the computer using a laser sensor that can work on relatively any surface and has 10 inputs. Just think what the future holds for us tech-heads if this kind of progress can be made with something as simple as a mouse in such a short amount of time.

The days of the mouse are numbered though. Touch screens and highly advanced motion sensors will become the new age of computer interfaces. What next? Full integration? Ok, I won’t get too carried away. Happy friday everyone.

1.27.11 – I have been wanting to shoot this for a long time now. This giant book was built to allow local graffiti artists to have their way with it. It always reminds me of what in high-school we called "The Rock." It was what I always supposed was originally a giant 4-foot-tall boulder from the mountains. The tradition was to have each class come and paint over the previous lower or upper classes markings. We would have friendly battles back and forth month to month.

Like an old giant tree, this huge blob had hundreds of layers from multiple generations (including my mother). I volunteered as an on-call firefighter for a couple year in high-school and one night we got called out to the station for a fire at the school. Turns out someone had covered in gas and lit the thing on fire. The flames were taller then the people on the scene. No damage was caused, but we always assumed it was a rival football team from the hills. The Rock still stands today with fresh coats of paint from new generations of students.

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Posted by David Flatter on 2011-01-29 03:19:56

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“Eye-Fi + Canon EOS M + tripod for Serenity” #photography #tools/ SML.20130123.223056.IP3.645Pro

“Eye-Fi + Canon EOS M + tripod for Serenity” #photography #tools/ SML.20130123.223056.IP3.645Pro

I bought an Eye-Fi card a while back assuming that it could geotag photos for me on the G12 if I use the iPhone app but no matter what I do I couldn’t get that to work so I finally gave up and it was sitting dust.

But now that I have the EOS M semi-permanently mounted on a tripod next to the window so I never miss anything for the Serenity series, it has a new found use—automatically transferring raw and video captures to my computer while I photograph—thus removing the need to open SD card, import photos and put it back onto the camera. A great improvement to the workflow. Super sweet.

Through the reflection you can also see me photographing this with the iPad 3 mounted on the hover bar, thus leaving both hands free for controls. By using 645pro set to Nighttime mode, this capture works well as the slow-shutter is no longer an issue.

Photographed as RAW TIFF on 645pro, cropped down and processed in Lightroom 4. As usual, pardon the chaos. Also you will note that I have downsized to a twin from my New York queen bed. A bit sad but then space is expensive in Hong Kong and I get used to it.

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Posted by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML on 2013-01-23 15:18:10

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No Direction Home

No Direction Home

"No Direction Home" . . .

I’ve always loved jumping straight onto the computer to begin editing after my photoshoot and last nights shoot was no exception. I’ve had this loose concept of orphaned siblings in my mind for so long now, it’s extremely wonderful that I actually managed to get it all together and off the ground. I have joyfully and unceasingly been editing this photograph through last night and all of today. Normally I would wait a day or two to publish incase I spot any mistakes I didn’t catch but this time I just can’t keep my fingers from hitting that little blue ‘publish’ button.

A HUGE thank you to my models – Aria, Zenya, Oscar and Xavier. They put up with crazy winds, dust and ash on their faces, itchy grass and a whole lot more.
I also have to say a massive thank you to everyone behind the scenes who helped me, which include but not limited to – Whitney Foster Photography who is not only my dear and wonderful friend but also my true photography companion. Em who is usually the one modelling for me but this time was holding down the fort with her brother and sister in law, Dan and Amanda who are also the parents of Xavier and Oscar.
Last but certainly not least, a thank you to my friend Ellen who made the Costume Aria, the eldest, is wearing. She is a FANTASTIC costume designer and helped me out of a tight spot as I had nothing for Aria to wear with only two days to spare. Check out her instagram @sharpscissors for more of her amazing work.

It may not be what I usually create but I’m happy with the outcome and I hope you guys are too.

Till next time folks … x

Posted by Sian Grahl on 2015-12-21 06:03:44

Tagged: , orphaned , orphans , siblings , blonde , blond beauties , lagoon , corn , edwardian , poor , kids , sunset , conceptual , contemporary , photography , art , heartbreak , lost , lost children , sydney , australia , youth , youthful , wondering , no direction home , vintage , old , worn , family

Vacro Series: 21 of 105

Vacro Series: 21 of 105

This is an extremely large series, even by my standards. So I think an explanation is needed here to really appreciate what you’re looking at.
As a kid I used to love taking apart electronics. Clocks, TVs, Tape recorders, anything I could get my hands on. But my favorite thing to take apart was a VCRs. 30 years later and I’m still taking apart VRCrs. Only now instead of VCRs that costs hundreds of dollars, I’ve graduated to this High End Panasonic Editing Deck that was worth $5000 new. The heads where out of alignment. The cost involved in fixing it was out of the question. So the original owner, who knew of the macro work, happily handed it over to me.
Except for the electronic boards, no piece is bigger than a golf ball. The smallest piece, (#011), is about an 8th of an inch.
I took about a month taking apart this ProVCR. Taking my sweet time. Great loving care went into taking this apart, only using a screw driver and a set of needle nose pliers. There was only one piece I had to break (shot #017). I had to use industrial strength bolt cutters to get that one out.
After I was done taking it apart I took over a thousand shots. So what you see here are the best of the best! Photoshop was used but only in cleaning dust particles and building the presentation frames. The lighting you see was done in the studio.
An interesting thing about how this VCR was put together was that there was no actual case holding it together. It was a series of metal plates interlocking and held by screws. One of the main components of any piece of electronic equipment is the wiring. Well in this thing, all the wiring was held together as one single bundle. So I was able to take it apart with that bundle of wires intact. I used that bundle of wires in THIS shoot.
My personal favorite is #009.

Posted by Jef Harris on 2005-10-05 02:26:07

Tagged: , Jef , Harris , Photo , Macro , photography , VCR , clocks , device , tapes , editing , deck , chaos , academy , ottawa , canada , vacro , series , chaosacademy , net , copyright , vo2 , japan , l72 , machinery , technical , electric , computer