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Posted: Dec 12, 2013 at 5:31 Quote
Ryan your stuff is starting to remind me of a guy from near me:

http://www.nimaelm.co.uk

Posted: Dec 12, 2013 at 12:42 Quote
sorbet wrote:
James-Carey wrote:
sorbet wrote:
Above is an example of why you bring your camera everywhere you go^

I try to always have mine with me now and the worst thing is when I don't have it and I see a perfect shot line up. I have a few mental images in my head of images I should have gotten.

Landscapes are tricky, I find when I have my tripod with me and shooting landscapes I really take my time and produce better images. Which makes sense because I can set it up and make small adjustments to the comp and what not as well as not worrying about camera shake. Shooting early in the morning and near golden hour also make a hell of a difference.

Also, I ordered a 17-40 last week, borrowed Jon's and when I looked online it was 280 off and went for it. I'm stoked.

Yeah I guess it's an option, but throwing a dslr in my school bag is a bit hefty and almost asking for it to get broken haha. I try to always throw it in the truck though when it runs. But then i often feel I end up crossing that line of too keen haha. Yeah I need to have a crack at shooting landscape in better conditions. I just find 90% of stuff I'm shooting that isn't sport or pretty much a static focal object just looks like I took it point and shoot no matter how hard I try.

Partially because of my job/courses/partially because I like to have it with me, I ride to school everyday with most of my camera gear, laptop and school stuff with me. Weighs something like 20lbs hahaha. If you can throw in an ungripped body with a prime, wrap it in a towel or something and it should be fine.

Landscapes aren't easy and really depend on location. No matter how great the light is, a boring landscape isn't going to be spectacular. It can be good, and there will be some exceptions, but you really gotta find good locations.

2 up and coming togs to inspire you. They got a mix of wildlife and landscape stuff and are 21/22.
http://www.jessfindlay.com/p745350616
http://www.connorstefanison.com/galleries

Both those guys are so damn talented. Really finding the desire to shoot more nature stuff, maybe it's just all the work I've been seeing here, or that people keep asking if I have any prints for sale that aren't music.

Also if anyone comes across a EF mount tokina 300 2.8 please lemme know.

Posted: Dec 12, 2013 at 15:18 Quote
Muttley wrote:
Ryan your stuff is starting to remind me of a guy from near me:

http://www.nimaelm.co.uk

I like his work.

Have I mentioned I updated my website?

http://www.ryanrose.ca

Posted: Dec 12, 2013 at 15:39 Quote
Have you guys seen NATGEO's yourshot? I can't make my mind up about it.

Posted: Dec 12, 2013 at 23:29 Quote

Was playing around with some processing tonight. Took this photo in Long Beach WA last fall and haven't really even touched the pictures.

Posted: Dec 13, 2013 at 8:53 Quote
ebehn wrote:

Was playing around with some processing tonight. Took this photo in Long Beach WA last fall and haven't really even touched the pictures.

great pic

i got some shots of the lions at the gate at the abandoned house at the top of Leadbetter Point. But there were so many f'n mosquito, i didnt have time to get any great shots.

Posted: Dec 13, 2013 at 14:53 Quote
Here's my entry for the Ricoh GR Short Movie Award. It's open until the 27th of this month if anyone is interested in submitting a video.


Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 0:20 Quote
Haven't posted in here for over a year so thought I'd post some of this years stuff...











There's more but I don't want to swamp the thread with cars!

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 0:43 Quote
Swamp the automotive hotness thread with cars, please. All I have to say is wow.

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 0:55 Quote
trozei wrote:
Swamp the automotive hotness thread with cars, please. All I have to say is wow.

Yeah, wow.

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 1:13 Quote
trozei wrote:
wow.

Much motion blur, very colours, such composition.

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 9:20 Quote
What's the best/easiest program to create a slideshow with? I have LR3 and just picked up the Adobe deal of PS+LR5 so will be using that soon.

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 9:21 Quote
Dean, holy crap. Excellent work all round. I'm gobsmacked

Posted: Dec 14, 2013 at 11:04 Quote
deanphoto wrote:
Haven't posted in here for over a year so thought I'd post some of this years stuff...

*Snip*

There's more but I don't want to swamp the thread with cars!

f*ck off. Seriously?

Wow.


 
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