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Belvedere

Belvedere

Nothing special. An architecturally study with pool, with kitschy sunset backlight etc 😉
The lightblue variation

Posted by Pergamon on 2006-04-26 19:50:39

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How To Compare Pool Fence Prices

How To Compare Pool Fence Prices
When it comes to the safety of everyone in your family, you should never hesitate to give them the best protection. Most people who have indoor or outdoor swimming pools, would do all the preventive measures so that their loved ones will be stay away from accidents particularly children drowning when left unsupervised. That is why they install various pool accessories including pool fences.

But just because you want them to be safe doesnt mean that you should not think twice spending thousands of dollars for your pool fencing. Pool fence prices vary depending on the materials that you want and the design that you want to incorporate.
You can go from one supplier to another that is near your location. Try to ask their rates for pool fencing by mentioning all the necessary details including the measurement of the area, the materials that you want to use, and so many others. However, if you do not have time scouting for suppliers, you can just use the convenience of the Internet to look for the bestpool fence prices.

Thanks to the technology, all you have to do is to choose from the different kinds of materials that are available in the supplier of your choice. Also, give them even the estimated measurement of the area where you want to have your pool fences installed. Aside from the fact that it would not consume so much time to ask for these quotes, you could expect that they would give their replies after a couple of days or even hours.
By the time that you already chose the company that would install the pool accessory you can ask them to schedule a visit to your home. They would not just get the specific measurements, but they should also bring samples of the materials that they would use at the same time.

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Playing with my camera

Playing with my camera

I have been playing around with my camera after had collect dust over the last 2 month. Someone was very friendly to pose for me.

After I reviewed the pictures on the computer I notice lot of dust partial, next time other lighting setup.

Any comment about how I could improve this shot are welcome.(and other comment)

Shot with
Camera: Canon 7D
F-number: f/9
Shutter: 1/50
ISO: 100
Exposer mode: M
Flash: yes main(ikelite DS161, full)
Post Production: bibble 5.1

Posted by Marc Brakels on 2011-10-28 16:35:05

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Foamy Waters

Foamy Waters

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The "For Sale" Miniseries
"Foamy Waters" is the twelfth photo in a miniseries that I recently started. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be covering all of my photographs available as prints on my website. I’ll be uploading one every weekday (except Friday), as usual, but you’ll find a lot more information on the photographs themselves – I might sneak in a few tutorials, quick tips, etc. It’ll be great for new and old photographers alike – If you have any friends who might be interested, be sure to let them know! I’ll be updating everything on my blog as well as my other social networks, so if you would prefer to follow it there, just click on one of the links above. 🙂

About "Foamy Waters"
"Foamy Waters" was taken just south of Garie Beach, in the Royal National Park. Garie Beach has some of the best surfing waves in Sydney and is a very popular family beach destination. The Garie Surf Life Saving Club provide an essential community service in helping to keep the public safe at the beach. Garie is home to the Garie Boardriders Club. Garie Boardriders has an active membership of just over 100 member on average and has been continually running as a boardriders club since 1978. The club’s books now have over 500 members on them and a lot of older members are returning to compete in the senior and masters divisions.

Taking "Foamy Waters"
Nikon D90 | Sigma 10-20mm
1/40 sec | f/6.3 | ISO100 | 13mm

This shot is a little different to my normal seascapes, that being that I really want to capture the waves hitting the rocks with very little motion blur (though enough to show movement). Usually I go with slightly longer exposures, but with this shot I used a relatively ‘quick’ shutter speed to ‘freeze’ the water. I spent about 15 minutes in the one location – once I had composed the shot, I used a remote trigger and took about 80 photos, trying to get the incoming waves just at the right time. I liked the composition of the waves in this shot the best.

Processing "Foamy Waters"
A lot of processing time went into this shot (about 2 and a half hours). In Adobe Camera Raw I cloned out some dust spots and straightened a slightly wonky horizon (the tripod slipped a little while taking shots). I applied some global contrast, clarity, recovery and fill light boosts. I desaturated, and then started working on getting the tone just right. I wanted this image to really pop – the orginal was quite flat. So I used the graduated filter tool to boost the exposure and contrast of the pool in the foreground, then used the effect brush to highlight certain parts of the rock face and waves. The clouds required some special attention too – I used a combination of graduated filters and the effect brush to highlight certain parts of the cloud. Then in Photoshop I adjusted curves and levels, and also added more contrast just to the pool in the foreground.

Enjoy!

Posted by J.Shultz Photography on 2011-09-08 02:32:40

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Day 122: Just Keep Swimming…

Day 122: Just Keep Swimming...

Once upon a time (ok, so just over a month ago) there was a man… who went by the moniker www.flickr.com/photos/daverexwood/. Basically, he was obsessed with getting into Explore. He figured his girly legs and Stripey Silliness was the way to go (and boy, was he right!)
Seeing the possibilities before him, he decided to share the love/power of the "barfy heart" emblazoned socks he’d acquired for the star shot! A beautiful lady, known by most as ambrosialove, was bequeathed the fabulous footwear… and thus began the elusive Sisterhood! *shouts and chants of "Long Live The Sisterhood" are heard from the gathering crowds*
Simple laws were established, as any good reign realizes is necessary. First, and foremost, thou must use the goods in an endeavor of auto-portraiture post-haste. Finally, as current custodian, you may determine who is worthy of the honor after you!
Up for the challenge, the aforementioned lovely was tutu much for us all! Some 62uolegnaiam felt a formal twist was deserved. ~*Cherron*~ had us seeing Socks, socks, socks and more socks, while a knock knee’d…Skymama showed how scary the Explore phenomenon/pressure can be to all the sisters! Next thing you know, Miss Dyxie pulled a fast one on everyone, and didn’t wear them on her legs! Once the socks were sent north… any & everything short of sanity was expected. A [usually] manly-man, calling himself alaskanmariner, set aflame the motto, "Never Stop Exploring". He put this into immediate practice by hopping into his modern dogsled, and hand delivering the socks to an newly adopted sister northpolemama… who showed that even the north pole dwellers can be found soaking in the sun. Much unlike mivox, who gets her kicks & giggles with more Xtreme behavior! (Girls these days!)
Once the dust, er ice, settled, it was time for an entertainment break. Never one to disappoint, Kungfukitten put on a show Sock Puppet Style and Fred & Enid were natural-born stars! For those worried at this point in our adventures that the socks have gone the dogs… fear not. Qathi was not eating the catfood (I couldn’t smell it on her breath at least… so I’m convinced!)

After all that, somehow I was given the privilege to follow suit, er sock… and I aim to please.

I present to you, the SOTTS: underwater!

Imagine, if you may, a girl… at a pool… with knee high stripey-socks, and an underwater camera apparatus… I soon had a crowd around me, and the pool was basically empty (as I’d timed it accordingly, so as not to give many any heebie jeebies!)

more to come later… for now, I must post (or folks will surely keel over and die!) and get some sleep… swimming & SOTTS can wear a girl out!

[ftr: I’m experiencing my first ever issue of "this is not what I see on my computer" with flickr… I know all the good of using standardRGB, alas I’m simply using iPhoto, so I don’t know where the translation is being lost… *growl*
Seriously, it looks pertier than this, promise!
-update-
Ok, I’ve read around for way too long, and it’s an issue of firefox’s interpretation, or lack thereof, of the color profile. I’ve tried to "convert" the shot to sRGBm but I’m only running Elements on this computer… so I’ll send the whole flie to anyone who can convert it and preserve the EXIF… otherwise I’ll try JDM’s comp & Aperture sometime later!] [blogged & blogged elsewhere]

Posted by amanky on 2007-05-03 07:48:38

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