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Your Best Photo, Week Ending 27 April 2014


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nbanjogal

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Sometime before midnight (whatever time zone you are in) this Sunday, 27 April, post the best photo you have taken this week. Any subject, any style--just give us your best shot.

 

 

PS: If you can, list your EXIF info and any special lighting setups you may have used. 

 

 



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Nothing special, just ambient room light. This is my niece.


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D610
ISO 1600
Focal Length 50mm (50mm in 35mm)
Aperture f/3.2
Exposure Time 0.002s (1/500)

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Lovely!! I love the light in this one.



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Love it Alden!  You posted this week's before I posted last week's!



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Nice shot, alden.

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Great shot and a nice conversion, alden!



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Picture of the Forth Rail Bridge, near Edinburgh.

Taken with my D7100, with 18-55 Lens.

 

Fstop - F/11

Exposure - 1/500

ISO 250

Focal - 18mm

 

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Great shot and a nice conversion, alden!

 
Thanks. I actually shot it in MC so I did not convert it. I like to do that once in a while. I'm always impressed with what good images these cameras make in MC. I only changed the contrast and curves a tiny bit.
 

Picture of the Forth Rail Bridge, near Edinburgh.
Taken with my D7100, with 18-55 Lens.
 
Fstop - F/11
Exposure - 1/500
ISO 250
Focal - 18mm


Great shot. I remember seeing that bridge many years ago when I was over there. It's impressive.


I took some more flower shots yesterday. It's that time of year.

Wild elderberry.

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Plumbago.

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Thanks. I actually shot it in MC so I did not convert it. I like to do that once in a while. I'm always impressed with what good images these cameras make in MC. I only changed the contrast and curves a tiny bit.
 

It is still a conversion, even if it's made in camera.



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It is still a conversion, even if it's made in camera.

 

True! I hadn't thought about that. 


Data for the flowers -- sorry I forgot.

 

Plumbago

D610; ISO 100; Focal Length 50mm (50mm in 35mm); Aperture f/2.8; Exposure Time 0.0015s (1/640)

 

Elderberry

D610; ISO 100; Focal Length 50mm (50mm in 35mm); Aperture f/3.5; Exposure Time 0.005s (1/200)



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Seen during a visit of a castle

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D5100, 24mm, f5.6, 1/125s at ISO400

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I like that, Jerry. It's very peaceful to me. 



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Nice mood in that one, Jerry.



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I like this group shot from SeaWorld this past weekend. They only did this twice and I got one of them. D7100, Nikkor 18-200mm, shutter priority, F/16, 1/3200, ISO 400.



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Nothing special, just ambient room light. This is my niece.

D610
ISO 1600
Focal Length 50mm (50mm in 35mm)
Aperture f/3.2
Exposure Time 0.002s (1/500)

I like the B&W in this shot.  Looks like you're enjoying the D610- happy to see that!



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Hi, I'm just new to this forum and also just purchased a D3200 after having a D60 for awhile. Thought I'd post a pic that I took over my Easter holidays...

D3200
ISO 100
f/4.5
1/60s

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I live on Cape Cod. This is one of my favorite spots here. Race Point Provincetown Ma.

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So…I'm not sure what else this week holds for me photographically, so I'm going to post early again. This is the very first composited image I've ever done--I stayed up super late last night watching tutorials and working on it. Technically, the only part of this image that I took this week is the birds. :) But I did put it together within the specified time frame, so perhaps that helps qualify it. The clouds were part of an image I took last summer in Grand Teton National Park. The statue I found Sunday in a cemetery in a nearby city. The birds were from a quick visit to our local bird refuge last night. 

 

I put it together for another Project 52 assignment--we were to put together a CD cover for a string quartet featuring the music "Black Angels" by George Crumb (definitely not my favorite piece of music!). We were to show something about the music or about strings or quartets. And this is what I ended up with:

 

13990610593_b23afe8b4e_c.jpgBlack Angel by nbanjogal, on Flickr



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Thought I would join in on the fun. Hopefully I uploaded this right.
 
 

F/22

ISO 700

Exp Time 1/250sec



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Thought I would join in on the fun. Hopefully I uploaded this right.
 
 

F/22

ISO 700

Exp Time 1/250sec

 

 

Yay! Great image--very vibrant. (It's about time you joined us in here. ;) )