Discussion in 'Anything' started by Conifurious, Sep 24, 2007.
^nice workout i´d say ;-)
Friday morning I had some personal business in city. Since it was a nice day, spent afternoon freetime wandering a bit, and taking some amateur pics.
Taken righ behind a huge university.
Some trees are already flowering. That one may be an apple tree, or something similar.
The thing next to it is ugly, but I thought that + tag's vulgarity ("Chirac Fag") + tree's beauty made a funny contrast.
Wandered in Museum's garden, and It came out I could enter The Ménagerie for free.
Unfortunately, because my cam's not a reflex and most beasts are behind grid or glass, most pics were crap.
Odd but cute little one. It's called a "Mara"
... and this is a pic of my parent's dog
Great stuff Kamikaz, France is beautiful. I plan to travel there one day.
new stuff up on my flickr
been inspired by American Apparel and other fashion magazines lately..
Wow, great stuff Ian!
Kamikaz thansk for sharing! I always love seeing pictures of Europe simply because they are always beautiful and make me want to visit Europe more and more! I'll be in Germany in less than 2 weeks now, so excited!!!!
Late night photo! Best viewed on a 27" iMac, as I realized there is no contrast on my laptop so you can make out the parts I wanted even darker
Foggy night. by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
Yay lots of new pictures
I like your -contrast- pic, you might try to crop the lamppost out of the picture. A pro once told me: If it does not add to the concept... remove it ;o)
Great pics again Ian. Again I am impressed how you manage to exposure artistically great what is technically imperfect. I main over exposure and flat flash with extreme shadow at one side. I don't have the guts.
Well, on my screen i like how you can just see the profile of trees in the dark.
Btw Europa is great for cities with there history and culture. But with respect to nature, your continent is the winner. Enjoy your trip - und eine gute Reise -
Went to a wedding as a guest and sort of second shooter... Well, for 2 hours I was in fact the only guy with a camera, which sucked quite a bit as the bride started to get demanding. My respect for professional wedding shooters grew A LOT... Processing wise I went for that cliche, classical high-contrast b/w to make things a bit more interesting. My equipment was far from my ideal: Sigma DP1 compact (28mm equiv.) + Canons EOS 1000D with the kit lens (on loan from the bride, haha). The Sigma produced far superior results but isn't really an ideal focal length for this kind of setting, the Canon did its job, but the kit lens is, well, the kit lens. . by the švabo, on Flickr. by the švabo, on Flickr
I made the whole album public on Facebook, so you can check out all my results... http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.314879885242860.74602.100001625546118&type=1
I ****ed up quite a few times, metering wise, focus or composition wise... But I think everything turned out alright.
Nice! Cliches are cliches for a reason ;-)
The weather was beautiful today, and nature awakens.
So went cycling in the countryside with a friend.
Nothing special but I took a few pictures.
As often ended with a beer at a cafe terrace in the woods.
We were not alone.
Thanks Slimpie, but I like the macs screen because it's nice and contrasty vs. my pc's where you can clearly see everything :lol: I'm really liking that second image as well!
Here are a few recent shots:
Alexis by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
Donovan by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
New Friends by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
I WONDER WHO THIS IS?!?!
Mark by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
I love the bokeh on the first one.
Thanks Mattias! That's why I love christmas tree lights!
Oh, one more for today:
Water - Cinemagraph! +1 in comments! by Jacob Skoglund, on Flickr
nice water trick and nice shots as well and i saw you guys had a meet up!?
here are some of my recent pics...finally i´ve found some time again!
ThinFinn> Yum, Swedish hot dogs.
Here's my daughter:
^i´ve never tried one tbh...was a bit scared since i don´t like to cop such things on the street (maybe in new york yeah :-D )
some more colourful pics today:
Thanks Finn and Slimpie
Mattias - she's very cute!
Finn- no, I wouldn't even trust the ones in the city. that's me though lol. Not as much of a fan of the first picture, but the last two are awesome! Oh, and if you ever make it here to NYC I recommend only going to restaurants with a grade A.
FY2 Finn :smile:, nice pic.
You must be a proud dad Mattias.
My little nephew after a long walk. Too tired to pose like a clown, as he usually does.
The Hunt begins:
Hey guys, new to street photography. Just wondering if its actually legal to snap photos of people on the street without asking them? Won't they feel violated? Any pro tips on a good beginner slr camera is also welcomed
That's a good question. Actually, I think there was a new law proposal in Sweden a couple of years ago that you would have to have the person's permission to publish it online for public viewing. Not sure if it was put into law though?
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