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Old 04-05-2013, 02:03 AM   #1
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Hi folks - The gallery is just for sharing photos, please keep in mind this is a family-friendly forum, so no nudity or controversial pics please ( TSF Rules). Also, please read the following sticky-thread regarding photo sizes and follow the advice given - Link

All photos posted here are copyright of the owner, so please ask if you want to use a photo for your own use - This also applies to posting pics taken by someone else, you need their permission to do so before posting.

PS - No more that 10 pics per post please, folks often don't like having to scroll for ages to see 'em all.
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Old 04-05-2013, 02:48 AM   #2
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ooohhh - our very own gallery - well done WereBo
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Woho! Well, since it's here due to my request, I'll be 1st to post a couple of photos.


My wife and new son.


My 1st interchangeable lens camera.


The tarmac by where I work.
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Wow it was very hard for me to pick just 5!
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Ohhh rats Marty! How can I pick a favourite when all 5 are superb? - I'm 'leaning' to #2, but that might just be a natural bias....
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Thanks WereBo! It was hard for me to pick!

I am really liking Sinclair's AE-1 Canon pic. Nice!
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I am really liking Sinclair's AE-1 Canon pic. Nice!
Thanks. It really turned out well, I was surprised. We have the really old and rickety piano that I got for free, and when I wanted to take a photo of the Canon for a different forum, I thought, "Why not put it on the keys." I didn't notice until after I took it that I placed it near the broken ones. All in all it came out really good. It's my desktop now.
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I reckon the chips off the piano keys just add character to the photo, a sort of 'Old & New' composition - I really like that plant in the tarmac shot too, excellently framed and exposed
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Thank you. I just wish I got the plant in better focus. But that's hard to do with the camera on the ground, and the surface temp close to 100F, and me in my slacks.
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100F? I'm nearly getting officially envious.... - I can see your point though
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Some pics taken using my old 8MP Olympus E500 (my first DSLR) - I leave it and its lenses in my van in a locked drawer so I have a camera with me while I'm out and about and not necessarily intending to shoot anything.

I hadn't used it for more than a year and forgot to check some of the settings, assuming it would be as they were a year ago - unfortunately they weren't so no RAW only jpegs :( - and of course, the kit lenses can't hope to match the sharpness & clarity of the Canon L series lenses

These were taken while walking along Merewether Beach:









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Those first 3 pics have caught the water/foam textures perfectly and fill the frame beautifully

#4 looks like something some animal has left behind, after a lot of pain... - Is it seashells on a rock?

#5 A day at the beach, with the relatives.....
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@ WereBo - it's shells on a tube-like marine animal/plant (?) that attaches itself to rocks and is detached and washed up on shore during high seas.
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Mmmmm... Most strange... It's not one of those deadly life-forms that will try to kill anything within 2', that Australia is famous for is it?
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some pics from last night's session at The Drawing Room - very bizzare! The model is a performance artist that creates bizzare characters, creates the clothing, cobbles together the costume props from various sources and performs narratives and/or just has street appearances at festivals etc.
He has been Robo Wallaby Cop & Pierrot-the sad clown and many others - last night he was Space Lamb, a character that was born to "go about the world's conflict areas and encourage people to ponder & contemplate the Lamb in the hope of solving these conflicts..." (there was more to the story but I forget it now) - the Lamb was a highly spiritual being with a crook that sported solar powered flashing lights and a backpack of uncertain contents and powers - he also stood very tall, thanks to stilts, and needed a ladder as a prop

I give you Space Lamb!







This is Space Lamb's alter ego aka Alex having a breather

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I gotta give him 10/10 for imagination ...... - The darkness of the room and slight underexposure adds to the mystery very well Zulu, even to the slight hand-blurring during his break, very nicely done
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I saw my new neighbours today, whilst looking out my kitchen window waiting for the kettle to boil, I grabbed my camera and snapped through the double-glazing.....

Where they live Neighbours




This at max optical-zoom (still hand-held)




Out feeding on the garages roof...






The most photogenic neighbours I've had in a long while
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a couple pics of my dogs.
fritos & spicey

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Hi Fritos hi Spicey

A lovely couple of dogs there oscer1, very nicely framed and excellent detail
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