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Old 04-21-2010, 08:26 PM   #31
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Neitherfanboy, that pic of the bird is amazing.

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Old 04-21-2010, 10:44 PM   #32
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Old 04-22-2010, 01:22 AM   #33
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I loved photography not too many years ago & did my own B&W developing for the more artistic stuff . I used to shoot on Kodak Tri-X quite a bit because it was pretty simple to develop. I had a slew of SLRs starting with a Beseler Topcon D-1, Canon Pellix, Nikon Nikonos and housings for my SLRs for underwater stuff, Canon F-1, and a half-dozen other SLRs after that. Then all my gear was stolen while being shipped to me (parents forgot to insure it) & I ended up just buying point & click cameras after that. I loved it but once I got married, the time to dabble in photography kind of disappeared. I miss it but much of the "romance" of the art form revolved around the films themselves, developing, etc. which has disappeared. It's gotten a little to antiseptic for me now though there is certainly still all the beauty in today's photos, those above included... some great shots above.

I'd love to get back into it but wow, the really nice digital SLRs are pretty darned spendy so I'll probably end up just staying with my pocket-sized cameras unless I hit the lottery earlier tonight and just don't know it yet.
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:27 AM   #34
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I love taking pictures, mostly of my kids, wife and Jeep. One of my fav pics were taken with my cell phone LOL I am going to try and take the same pic with our "Good" camera eventually.
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:45 AM   #35
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Ah, do I detect an NYIP influence in the PHD remark? Just curious.
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I had to Google NYIP, so I guess the answer is "nope!"

It is something that my husband says.
I'm a native Californian that has had the good fortune to live in a number of different places in this great country of ours, but NY isn't one of them.
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Ok, here's another that I took down by our pond.
This caterpillar was posing so perfectly that I nearly fell in trying to get the shot.


Reading this thread reminds me of how much I enjoy photography.
I've been stuck in the house for some time now, maybe it's time to venture back out again.
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No better reason to venture out than the camera made me do it.
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I'm really enjoying the pictures in this thread. There are some very good pics here.
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Close, it was at a viewpoint between Lincoln City and Newport. Been to the Oregon coast much?
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I thought it looked familiar... I miss Oregon.
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First, I'm new to this forum and also a new owner of a 97 TJ and can use all the help with it. I own a photo studio and here is few of my pictures...
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Old 04-22-2010, 01:55 PM   #42
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A fair that I found on my way home, I had my camera and I start shooting .
I wish I had my 50 mm.
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Old 04-22-2010, 02:08 PM   #43
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Keep the pics coming y'all. This is great! A few Pics of Jeeps going through mud is always a plus, but I really like what has been displayed. I love the detail of the pictures. The waterhose, the bird... they are awesome!
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Lemme see if I can get some pics on here.
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Cone and Needles

I don't know how to get photographs into the thread. You'll have to hit the link. Sorry.
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Little Red River in Arkansas


Garvan Gardens, Hot Springs Arkansas


I thought this one was interesting. Taken in Israel...


This one is from Israel, too.
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here's a couple from my album... (sized down for ya)















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Here are a few pictures taken with our old Panasonic Palm cam.
Fat Charlie, our frog

Bob, the green anole

Liberty Lake, Wa

Random Wa scenery

Power Lake, Wa
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First, I'm new to this forum and also a new owner of a 97 TJ and can use all the help with it. I own a photo studio and here is few of my pictures...
First off, welcome to the madness. This forum has helped me advance my knowledge and looks and abilities of my jeep. The information is endless, all you have to do is ask. Second nice pics of course if you own a studio you probably already knew that.
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Some great photography on here. Keep it coming. I spent my lunch hour yesterday with my 4x5. This boat had been naging me for the past two weeks. So I went to the property owner and they said 'Go Ahead'. Green light for a photographer.

Everyone says don't shoot at high noon. I say 'Where's my camera?' Metered the scene and had about a six stop range and the boat fell nicely into it so I set up the shot (took about 20 minutes, gotta love slow large format photography), burned a butt while I thought about it and then waited for the sun to come back out from behind the sparse clouds and tripped the shutter.

I can hardly wait until I process the negs this weekend and make a few contact prints.
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First off, welcome to the madness. This forum has helped me advance my knowledge and looks and abilities of my jeep. The information is endless, all you have to do is ask. Second nice pics of course if you own a studio you probably already knew that.
Thank you and my compulsive personality and the great knowledge of the people here already have me attached to it.
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Old 04-23-2010, 10:32 AM   #52
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Really good shots to everybody!!!

Here are some pics with my Nikon F100 (film)

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Ok, here's two more of my favorites just for fun. I love taking pictures of critters

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Close, it was at a viewpoint between Lincoln City and Newport. Been to the Oregon coast much?
I grew up in Eugene, and my parents were school teachers (big vacation time, but no money). So yeah, I've spent a lot of time on the Oregon coast. But it's been awhile.


GREAT PHOTOS EVERYONE!
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Awesome shots, MCG. Awesome, everybody. Gonna rain here Saturday and Sunday. So, when I get out of work in the parts store it looks as though I will be headed for the darkroom. I love the fresh smell of fixer in the morning. It smells like . . . creativity.
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WOW!
There are some great photos in here!!
It's hard to say which I like the best, but the laughing cat cracked me up.

Hey Flash, to put your pics on here you can go a couple of ways. One, Go Advanced in your replies, and then choose manage attachments.
OR choose the image icon and insert the URL for your photo in the dialog box.
If that's as clear as mud, shoot me a PM and I'll make you a set of good destructions.

Here are a couple more of mine:

First two were taken in Mexico.




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