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

control?

control?

found in a abandoned congresshotel in Austria. (2014)

Posted by LichtGespiele on 2014-02-26 09:36:59

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Disaster [7/365]

Disaster [7/365]

something terrible happened yesterday. my camera decided that it wanted to almost bathe the sensor in dust. i am not talking one or two dust spots, i am talking many. so i attempted to dislodge them with a blower. worst. idea. ever. now i have to send away my camera to be properly cleaned 🙁 and will be cameraless for 3-5 days.

as if this wasnt enough, in the morning i went to turn on my computer, and it refused to boot. having some knowledge of computers i attempted a fix, but this issue was beyond me. i enlisted the help of another far greater than i at computer repair, and managed to bring it back from the brink of death. however all of this meant that i didnt have time to post a photo of the day.

now because i no longer have a camera to work with, i have decided to scour through my old photos and re-edit them, and show some of my best work.

this was a shot taken at the beginning of 2015 down at petrel cove SA. i was lucky enough for this photo to be chosen for an editors choice on 500px, so far the proudest moment of my photography journey to date.

i feel i have rambled enough. but if you have happened to have read this far, i thank you. feel free to offer some CC below if you wish

Posted by StevenFox(Mortalitas) on 2015-02-03 13:56:29

Tagged: , nikon , d600 , petrel , cove , south , australia , editors , choice , steven , fox , seascape , sea , sun , sky , clouds , stormy , 16mm , wide , angle

Perfectly clear & empty version Golden Gate Bridge

Perfectly clear & empty version Golden Gate Bridge

Finally made up my mind to process those shots taken with the digitalback. I didn’t expect SF is that dusty, I got tons of dust appear in my image when I open the file in my computer, i need to work very hard to remove it. ~.~

Original file size of this image is 194MB (10023 x 6745pixel). Licensing welcomed.

Don’t miss the quality pixels,
Must View Larger

Posted by songallery on 2010-12-02 16:24:33

Tagged: , Golden Gate Bridge , San Francisco , California , Day , Peopleless , Sky , Mood , Blue , Red , Sea , City , Cityscape , Bridge , High Resolution , Phase One , P45+ , Digitalback , Cambo , WideDS , Perspective , Wide , Clear , Clarity , Photography , www.son-gallery.com , Landscapes , Landscape , Quality , Image , USA , Sausalito , Professional

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2013-11-08 19:44:27

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , architectural , architecture , bc , building , buildings , canada , d600 , downtown , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2012-12-05 19:06:29

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , bc , building , canada , d600 , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography , architectural , architecture , buildings , downtown

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2012-12-07 00:51:39

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , bc , building , canada , d600 , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography , architectural , architecture , buildings , downtown

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2012-12-05 07:35:40

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , bc , building , canada , d600 , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography , SPN-31 , architectural , architecture , buildings , downtown

My first D3x Image.

My first D3x Image.

By: EventPhotoImages.com

Focal Length = 105mm macro
Exposure Time = 1/250"
F Number = F29
I think the ISO is 200
using two 800w lights.

# Nikon FX-format CMOS image sensor with 24.5 effective megapixels
# Exceptional noise control from ISO 100 to ISO 1600
# Fast 14-bit A/D conversion incorporated onto the image sensor for high signal-to-noise ratio and low power consumption
# Nikon’s EXPEED image-processing system, utilizing a supremely powerful CPU with 16-bit image processing
# Near-instantaneous shutter release time lag of approx. 0.04 second (based on CIPA Guideline)*
# 5-frames-per-second continuous shooting in FX format and 7 fps in DX crop mode (up to 130 frames)*
# 51-point Multi-CAM3500FX autofocus system
# Scene Recognition System for more accurate AF, AE, and AWB results
# Active D-Lighting for complete control over highlight and shadow detail
# Picture Control: Standard, Vivid, Neutral and Monochrome (Landscape, Portrait and D2x Modes I, II and III are available free via download)
# Live View mode for shooting handheld and with a tripod
# High-resolution (approx. 920k dots), 3-inch VGA-size LCD monitor with tempered glass
# Durable, lightweight magnesium-alloy construction and comprehensive weather sealing against dust and moisture
# Intelligent power management that lets you shoot up to approx. 4,400 frames on a single battery charge (based on CIPA Standards)**
# Compatibility with the Nikon Total Imaging System

Posted by Jazmin Million on 2008-12-20 06:03:29

Tagged: , d3x , first image , jazmin million , event photo images , montreal , canada , Nikon , Macro , spider , webb , www , world , wide , web , Tarantula , Theraphosidae , poison , xxx , leg , free screensaver , free desktop