We've got a similar thread like this over on Giant Bomb. Very cool.
Here are two of me that I did a while back. This is NOT Photoshopped in anyway other than how I cropped it (meaning the colors and the effects were natural to the cameras that I used):
Where is that boat yard? Those are great. Love the black and white look, then the sparks flying from behind the boat in the third adds great effect.
I like taking pics of the sky and objects there in, this is on of my favorite new ones. Not as centred as I would like but nice none the less, lol.
Wow, you guys live in some really beautiful places. Nice shots all around.
Last summer my Nanny asked me to make a slide show for her using shots from around her yard (she runs a greenhouse) and as a result I wound up with an SD card full of artsy-fartsy nature shots.
They were all taken with an Olympus FE-115; the images often turn out very crisp and clean which still surprises me because it's just a small inexpensive digital camera...
I like your first picture of the sky. I am such a sucker with unusual colors of the sky.
Love the boots o' garden... there is something whimsical about it and brings in a child like magic to the picture.
I have a dog that looks like your puppy when she was still young.
the macro shot of the poinsettia (if i am right) and the rhinoceros are great guys! Macroshots are really a breakthrough in photography that brings us to hyperreallism - a theme I am engross with.
Here are some of my sample shots:
" @mikethekiller: Yours too!Yea. would love to see the video when you put it up. It's funny how many people don't know about the rule of thirds but tend to naturally follow it. Essentially it's the idea that when you compose an image you don't center your primary focus, instead you think of the picture broken into 3rds (like a tic tac toe grid) where you place things off center. It's mentally more pleasing to the eye and allows the composition to flow better, dead on center tends to feel somewhat 'static'.
@tonis: Thanks. I've never heard of the rule of thirds...shows how much of an amateur I really am. ^^ If I have some free time tomorrow maybe I'll just upload the video I made to Youtube and post that if you want to see most of them. Hopefully the quality wont degrade too much. "
@ M.S. Feather
All of them are certified true statues and not garage kits. But some really date back in the late 90s that is why the quality is not the same with the statues we have these days like the Psylocke statue by Neca.
I only have two garage kits, a witchblade mini statue kit and magik bust. But they are not picture worthy :-)
Nice video btw.
" @ARMIV said:"Haha, what a great shot. It looks like he's smiling. ^^"
This is actually one shot out of a four picture sequence. This little guy pretty much stood there like that for about a good minute or two, only changing stance once or twice to make sure everything around him was okay.
@The Poet said:thank you. Well, the eye is better now. just a battle scar close to its left eye. Just always consider this picture poe's black cat. glad its not, because that would be creepy.Why yes I have. ...That's not why it's eye is like that, is it? And great photos by the way!
It definitely was an amazing structure in the middle of this unspectacular city. I'm glad it's still standing after a hundred years in this city.
@TheSheepHerder: nice way to show off such a beautiful place, those are the locations cameras were invented for :)
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