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  • Straight From Camera

    Straight from the camera , So NO post processing except for cropping and resizing for our 600px longest side guideline

    Exif data should still be intact if you wish to participate in the mini contest.... also the image in question should be taken with in the 6th feb - 19th Feb 2008

    killed 2 birds with one stone... Test of My new sigma 50-500mm and a SOOC shot




    Nexts weeks assignment will be Rivers...

    Cheers
    Leisa

    Nikon D80 | Sigma 50-500mm EX DG HSM | Sigma APO 70-300 | Sigma 50mm macro | Nikon 50mm 1.8 | Nikkor 18-70mm | Lensbaby 2.0 | SB-800 Speedlight | Black Macbook C2D
    Little pixels from my world . Flickr

  • #2
    Assignment: Straight From Camera

    Three Forks

    Made this as I was playing with a new flash. No post processing at all (not even cropping) and more interestingly, only one fork.

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    • #3
      Assignment: Straight from Camera

      Having dinner at a local steakhouse, and looked up and saw this....glad I'm trying to always have my camera with me! No cropping done.



      Wagon and Windmill


      EXIF Data on Flickr
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      Canon EOS 7D; 18-55mm (kit lens); 75- 300mm 1:4-5.6; 50mm; Marcro, 60mm 1:2.8; EF24-105mm F4L

      www.dbaileyphotographs.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by houndogg View Post
        Three Forks

        Made this as I was playing with a new flash. No post processing at all (not even cropping) and more interestingly, only one fork.
        O.o one fork? I confused... how you do that????
        Now with VIDEO
        Tell Liz to GET LOST!
        What a Trip... Getting Lost on America's Back Roads
        A 10,000 mile, 100 day journey photographing America's back roads and lost highways...

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        • #5
          Only cropped

          I liked this photo...SOOC.. Thank you.[IMG]wylie_coyote_6@sbcglobal.net, on Flickr">Ranger and Chug playing[/IMG]

          ..*) .*)
          (. (. * Anna*
          DSLR Canon Rebel, Lens 28-90, and 75-300. So much to learn so little time! Make the most of it!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Liz Caldwell View Post
            O.o one fork? I confused... how you do that????
            Just a guess here, but the EXIF on that one is 30 seconds, so I think this is a creative long exposure. In otherwords, very dark room, three different gels for the flash, and between each flash (which is set off manually) he moves the fork and changes the gel. Like I said, just a guess.
            Nikon D80, 18-200, 105 macro VR, 18-55, 50 f/1.8; Tokina 11-16 f/2.8
            SB600 x 2; Canon A570 IS; Bonica XP Neon Underwater Strobe
            Film Cameras: Lomo LC-A+, Diana+, Canon AE-1

            OK to edit and repost pics for DPS forums!
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            • #7
              Assignment : Straight From Camera

              This is a shot I posted in the Landscape Critique, (link) it got really good reviews, so I decided to make the unedited version my entry for this assignment.



              (time taken was actually 4 hours earlier, I just got that fixed in my camera, lol)

              Taken With: Canon Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL ...
              File Size: 313 kb - 512x640 Taken On: 2008:02:11 11:37:56
              Camera Make: Canon Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
              Date/Time: 2008:02:11 11:37:56 Resolution: 512 x 640
              Flash Used: No Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 35mm...
              CCD Width: 18.37mm Exposure Time: 37.000 s
              Aperture: f/3.5 ISO Equiv.: 400
              Whitebalance: Auto Exposure: Manual
              Exposure Mode: Manual Exposure Mode: Auto bracketing
              Last edited by Liz Caldwell; 02-14-2008, 06:46 PM.
              Now with VIDEO
              Tell Liz to GET LOST!
              What a Trip... Getting Lost on America's Back Roads
              A 10,000 mile, 100 day journey photographing America's back roads and lost highways...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RussHeath View Post
                Just a guess here, but the EXIF on that one is 30 seconds, so I think this is a creative long exposure. In otherwords, very dark room, three different gels for the flash, and between each flash (which is set off manually) he moves the fork and changes the gel. Like I said, just a guess.
                Very astute guesser.

                That also explains why the forks are close to standard CMY colors. The left-most fork used a red filter blocking light, during the blue and green filters the white background shined through (Blue + Green = Cyan). Second fork was the green flash (Red + Blue = Magenta). Third fork was the blue flash (Green + Red = Yellow). I didn't actually plan the order. I gotta thank dumb luck for that.

                I got the idea while I was playing with red and blue filters on the flash with a stationary fork from different angles. On the camera LCD I got a very cool electric-blue to electric-red gradiant on the tines of the fork, but when I pulled it up on my PC the red didn't quite match the blue. I must have bumped the camera. Two tries later and I got a decent enough shot to stop trying.

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                • #9
                  Assignment | Straight From the Camera

                  Odd Man Out

                  Real Flowers, in the bathroom with 1 CFL bulb, and my +10 close-up filter.

                  No, really. That's it.

                  Exif:
                  Photo taken: 13 Feb 08
                  Exposure: 1/2 second
                  Aperture: f/22
                  Focal Length: 36mm
                  ISO: 100
                  EV: -1.7
                  Flash: No
                  White Balance: Manual - 2650k
                  Metering Mode: pattern

                  (The rest of the set can be found: here)
                  Last edited by velvet4269; 02-14-2008, 03:47 AM.
                  I've been in a lot of "sink or swim" situations, and I've never seen "sinking" as an option.

                  Olympus E-500 / Nikon D7000 / Blog / Gallery / Flickr / 500px

                  OK to edit and repost my photo(s) only in the DPS forums

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                  • #10
                    Assignment: straight from camera

                    I got this one the other day when we went out to see the snow.

                    exif on flickr

                    IMG_8614
                    my flickr page

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                    • #11
                      The Gate / Straight From Camera "Assignment"

                      Got this beauty off the back porch, just testing the new camera! I should have used my tripod, lol.




                      Taken With: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. E-510
                      File Size: 58 kb - 547x410
                      Taken On: 2008:02:06 04:50:53
                      Camera Make: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
                      Camera Model: E-510
                      Date/Time: 2008:02:06 04:50:53
                      Resolution: 547 x 410
                      Flash Used: No (auto)
                      Focal Length: 150.0mm
                      Exposure Time: 0.500 s (1/2)
                      Aperture: f/9.0
                      ISO Equiv.: 100
                      Whitebalance: Manual
                      Light Source: Fine weather
                      Metering Mode: matrix
                      Exposure: aperture priority (semi-auto)
                      I try to take one day @ a time but some times they attack me all @ once...

                      Equipment ~Olympus SP510UZ~ / ~Olympus E-510~ Lens 14-42 / 40-150

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                      • #12
                        My first assigment / Straight From Camera "Assignment/ The Colorful Softeness

                        Hi!
                        This is my first assigment posted..

                        Colorful Softness

                        Camera: Nikon D40
                        Exposure: 0.5 sec (1/2)
                        Aperture: f/13
                        Focal Length: 175 mm
                        ISO Speed: 800
                        Exposure Bias: 1/3 EV
                        ISO Speed: 800
                        Exposure Program: Manual

                        The complete EXIF
                        http://www.flickr.com/photo_exif.gne?id=2264083804

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                        • #13
                          Assignment: Straight From Camera

                          Headed out to the Muttart Conservatory here in town, heard they were closing soon until October so I figured I should make my way there sooner... as well it was cold out so it was a relatively warm spot to snap some shots. This one turned out quite well I thought... as requested straight outta the camera, the exif has CS3 on it because I use it to add copyright info to the EXIF data... plus the resize

                          Allamanda cathartica 'Williamsii' (Golden-Trumpet)
                          ~Haeretik
                          Sites: my photo blog | my flickr
                          Gear: Canon 5D Mark II, Canon Digital Rebel XTi (400D), Canon EF 24-105 f/4L, Canon EFS 18-55mm, Canon Zoom EF 75-300mm 1:4-5.6 III, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II, Speedlight 480EX

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                          • #14
                            Not for the assignment. But this is straight from the camera.

                            Go ahead and edit...that's what they're here for
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                            Life is a dance, from one stage to the next...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by zillygal View Post
                              I got this one the other day when we went out to see the snow.

                              exif on flickr

                              IMG_8614
                              What a beautiful boy! I love this picture for its clarity..it is well focused...and I love how the fur hood trim frames his face with the background out of focus. He doesn't look cold at all!
                              Gail
                              Canon G9

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