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    He's a pretty boy. Needs a bit more black though I recon, looks a bit wan.

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    Nikon D700. Nikon 16mm, 50mm and 85mm 1.8, 105mm Macro and 24-85, 80-200

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    Thats realy nice Mike! What was the lighting, natural?

    Trying out the new 70-200
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    Nicely done Rob.

    Another Tui...
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    70s Time Machine Instructions.

    1 Get a shallow dish
    2 Fill it with milk
    3 Drop a couple of drops of different food colouring in each corner
    4 Add a couple of drops of dishwashing liquid.
    5 Get in.

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    Back to tui's

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    Thats realy nice Mike! What was the lighting, natural?

    No, I had a very narrow beam from a torch to the side. Was playing with B&W conversions, and found most of my shots were already fairly monochrome, so not much leeway playing with the sliders, so I shot that with a green, a red and a yellow/brown leaf, and found I had a lot more ability to change the look dramatically with the sliders. It was pretty bland in color.
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    6 in autumn colours from this afternoon...




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    Three from the Rose Gardens on the way to work this morning

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    Nice trio, Jos. Love the warm colours.
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    Not sure whats going on with the attachments!?


    Beautiful to a fault by robjdickinson, on Flickr
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    Could it be because I'm using Mozilla Firefox for the upload?

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    Added some tin foil inside my O-flash, as I found out that the first reflecting surface inside the plastic attachment is just a piece of cardboard....maybe that's part of the design? But the thing is not very bright so I thought its worth a try if if increases the light output by a couple of stops.

    Sorry about the weird selfie... looks kinda creepy. Shot with 35mm Nikkor @ f/11 with the 580EX II at 1/16 power. I thought "Awesome, this is bright as now!"....sadly when I uploaded my photo I noticed I'd accidentally not checked my ISO...which was set at 2000.....doh!!

    Anyhow, might use the faux ringflash in a shoot tomorrow to see if it works out or not...

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    That's a nice effect JY. Looks liike the thing you see when you are having dentistry done, or eyeball surgery, or coming out of a coma...



    Some on the walk to work this morning, small flax dyeing pool with duck full frame

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    and aforesaid duck 100% crop

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    Sparrow next to shop about 80% crop

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    and 100% crop, wound up the ISO to 800 so it's pretty grainy

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    That sparrow is super sharp! Nice photo.

    Here's the O-Flash again, but put to better use...much better use

    These shots are for an advert in an electronics magazine.



    MG_5409 by James C C Yang, on Flickr




    MG_5397 by James C C Yang, on Flickr




    MG_5425 by James C C Yang, on Flickr




    MG_5434 by James C C Yang, on Flickr




    MG_5439 by James C C Yang, on Flickr
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    One of the photos that failed to show before...
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    A lil something i took last year; 28mm t/s
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    Interesting effect, would love a TS find yourself using it much?
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    I actually only borrowed this lens but i thought it was awesome, it was also the first piece of L series glass i have ever used so i was impressed by it anyway.
    I like exploring the slightly alternative side to photography so i probably would use it a bit but even if i got bored of it i could just use it as a prime.

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    I'm seriously tempted to sell a kidney for a 5Dmk3 and 24TSE (and a 16-40f4L IS)
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    Those shots are hot JY, somewhat disturbing, sort of cable porn!
    They would look extra zappy with some psuedo HDR treatment actually.


    Nice photos Asher, I would have made the sharp bit on one of the light post on the wharf though.

    Like your puppy and wax eye zaschf!



    A couple more with the 100-400L on the commute this morning

    the shags were co-operating herding small fish into shallow water



    and the heron was waiting for escapees


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    New gear = compulsory test shot of cat...


    New gear = compulsory test shot of cat by dgrobler, on Flickr

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    Great shots, Jos. I guess the 500mm f4 is next on your list.

    Looks like you are having fun with the new cam too, Dieter.
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