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    A few photos I finally got around to processing, these are my favourites from the set.


    London 004 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 023 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 024 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 082 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr



    London 094 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 097 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 109 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 018 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 064 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr


    London 042 by PatrickJW26, on Flickr

    Full set here!
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    (Original post by explicit4u)
    pics

    Absolutely fantastic! I can't rate you anymore though
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    New to this Photography stuff so go easy on me. Here are my best I guess.....







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    (Original post by Refrigerator)
    Absolutely fantastic! I can't rate you anymore though
    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Great, I love the sunglasses one. :gah:



    Rated him for you. :yep:
    Thanks Have some rep!
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    Has anyone seen or tried this technicque called HDTR? It's basically time-lapse but in one photo rather than a video. You might have seen the below image of Toronto before..I'm going to try it in Berlin next week. I just had a practice with some webcam images from Vancouver, it's such a clever concept!


    timelapsed downtown toronto by wvs, on Flickr



    Burrard Bridge, Vancouver: 4PM - 5:45PM by georgegabriel, on Flickr
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    I went to the zoo yesterday and just wanted to share my favourites from the day

    This one isn't technically very good (my lens kept steaming up and wouldn't behave properly which was a bummer) but I really like it






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    hosting images
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    (Original post by georgegabriel)
    Has anyone seen or tried this technicque called HDTR? It's basically time-lapse but in one photo rather than a video. You might have seen the below image of Toronto before..I'm going to try it in Berlin next week. I just had a practice with some webcam images from Vancouver, it's such a clever concept!


    timelapsed downtown toronto by wvs, on Flickr



    Burrard Bridge, Vancouver: 4PM - 5:45PM by georgegabriel, on Flickr
    An interesting idea. I actually prefer the image where there has been no attempt to merge the different frames (the cross sections are clearly defined). Adds more impact I think. Would look good as separate prints across a wall.

    It would be really cool if it could be framed to have SunSet->Night->SunRise across the frame.
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    I love vines and creepers :love:

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    Nothing that artistic or great, I just like this picture!

    This snake is a Hognose. They don't grow that big they are also a wonderful snake especially if you don't have much room. If your starting out and looking for snakes to get, i wouldn't advise these as first first snakes due to their attitude and they are venomous (but not on DWA!). Look for Royal (Ball) Pythons if you don't have much room, or Corn Snakes if you can find room for a 4ft viv and possibly 5-6ft viv later on in it's life.

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    Here are some of my latest pictures, haven't posted here in a while!


    Duck on water by teh_shmuxel, on Flickr


    Bridge on the Serpentine by teh_shmuxel, on Flickr


    Grass by teh_shmuxel, on Flickr
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    taken with the 2 megapixel camera on my phone

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    (Original post by shmuxel)
    Here are some of my latest pictures, haven't posted here in a while!


    Duck on water by teh_shmuxel, on Flickr
    I feel compelled to tell you that it isn't a duck there :eek::eek:
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    Oh well, I certainly cannot compete with those wonderful shots.
    Mine are nothing special or professional (both are taken with camera mobile), but I really admire the landscape and architecture in Bavaria, so here they are:



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    (Original post by mackemforever)
    I feel compelled to tell you that it isn't a duck there :eek::eek:
    LOL, it's a duck pretending to be a swan
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    How do i post photos!
    Ahhhh computers!
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    (Original post by alcazaba)
    An interesting idea. I actually prefer the image where there has been no attempt to merge the different frames (the cross sections are clearly defined). Adds more impact I think. Would look good as separate prints across a wall.

    It would be really cool if it could be framed to have SunSet->Night->SunRise across the frame.
    I agree, but sadly I don't know how to do that! I've only just started out with photoshop. I'll look into it though. I'd like to try one with sunrise sunset and the night..but it'd take a lot of dedication haha!
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    (Original post by death.drop)
    I went to the zoo yesterday and just wanted to share my favourites from the day
    Nice, what camera did you use?
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    Wooo they worked!

    My dog My recent personal faves But, i may be bias!
 
 
 
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