Nikon D90 - Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 @ f/2.5 & 400 ISO
I actually have been looking at this nice shot of the locks and really enjoy the crispy detail of the "history". So, great, Regulator75
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Oh, I'm very partial to large ocean liners. So when I saw this one in Sydney this morning, I had to come back - even despite the steamy 28 degrees celsius and persistent drizzle.
30 second exposure.
Thank you Trekkie and others, and by the way, nice shot of the bear. The ship is great, enhanced by the lighting on the coathanger.
BigG: I think the quality is just fine, and the composition is inspiring.
Avro and MrHenry, love the ship and city view......
This was also taken on Gasparilla in Tampa last month. My niece had sent me Flat Stanley and I asked two of the coolest pirates if they wouldn't mind posing with him. They were very kind......
Love this place, so much good stuff to see. I spent most of list night going back to the beginning of PAD back to 2010, lots of treasures. We have gain many friends but apparently lost quite a few good ones. Wonder where they are. Found my first post on may 2010.
Superb boat avro.
Night fun. Different WB light sources brings lost of different colors.
Great shot Pierre! Are those your footprints? ;)
Amazing El_Pickerel! Some piece of glass you got there.
Very inspiring photos everyone. I think many of of share the thought that almost anything, if framed properly, can make an interesting photo. Here's a one I took while walking around a railroad crossing. Don't know exactly its purpose but...
D7000 with Micro Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 VR.
From cities to wilderness! Nice shots!
I'm preparing to teach a class on the human eye tomorrow (my favorite camera system besides Nikon ;-). Just taught one yesterday on cameras and the human eye in another course I teach. I love my job.
D7000 and 60mm macro at f/8 and ISO 100 with an SB-600
... and February done... almost Spring!!
JohnnyApple, you're a bio professor as well as an engineer?
I took a few days off but to answer someones question a few days ago, yep it was an airplane. I set my interval timer and went to bed, woke up the next day and poof there it was.
Yeti... I envy you, your shots are the ones I dream about.
I just wish I was improving like everyone one else is, I need to get out more.
My first snap with my new 35mm f1.8 G - it's a sharp lil' sucker! Flat light today here.
D90, 35mm G, f5.6, 1/1000sec ISO 200.
Congrats on the 35mm, it's a great little lens.
Scooby, I know how you feel, but that's a great shot. I post pictures because I want to learn, not because I think my pictures are particularly good. I am humbled EVERY day to be a part of this community and someday, I'm going to put up a picture that is actually decent! In the meantime, I'm going to keep taking pictures, keep posting them, and keep coming here for inspiration.
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