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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Surburb, Sep 5, 2013.
Just some old photos I found on phone.
taken from skybridge in my city
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD
1/200s | ISO 50 | f/8 | 60mm
At school I was made to do a persuasive writing piece. They asked you to include DAFOREST techniques which are usually these:
So I included it, but in a different way...
See here for the rest of my 2013 NY International Auto Show photos. They were taken on mobile devices though so quality may not always be the best.
Il upload some of my trip from Australia and New-Zealand from last summer.
The best image iv ever taken in my life: (note: the "fog" in the back is not fog, its geothermal activity)
Went out on the bike today, stitched together a decent panorama of the city. And also did some fun downhill riding in a place I haven't been before.
Bike trail got thin:
That's not sketchy as hell in the slightest
A few of my favorites I've taken.
Whoa, your really great at photography! what kind of camera do you use?
The first image was taken on a Nikon D90
EDIT: A Nikon D3200 was used for the others
Thanks! I have more photography on my IG (link in signature). It's just a simple Nikon D3200 with the kit lenses. 18-55 and 55-200. It was a 400$ set up with everything. I used to shoot on a broken d3200 with the lens duct taped to the body xD
Haha yes, that first image was for this long cruise, I think my camera died towards the end and my friend wanted me to try out his camera. It was pretty nice, I loved the lens But the meta data from the d3200 is my normal camera setup
Action cam is not the best for long distance shooting, it is only about 50 meters to the moose.
There was two of them, this one was closer, but thanks to useless camera and light / shadow and their camouflage you can't really see it at all in video:
Truly epic MTB ride, spend whole night at the forest.
Completely empty trails that just go on and on, I did ride 4 hours on single trail and managed to cover only small part of it, then there are hundreds of paths connecting to that and all that for yourself.
Some dirt roads too:
I literally just bought that same camera, it's amazing!
this is just a quick test Pic learning how to use it