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Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sat May 10, 2008 2:01 am
by Rebecca Milne
Warbler, It has a sweet song and I hunted the trees till I found it singing away.
Thanks Bloodjelly at last ! Now I know someone is alive in the forum. :lol:

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sun May 11, 2008 4:13 pm
by to_fly
My local photo club went uptop of the civic center to shoot founder's fest fireworks last night. I just uploaded 25 pics as a direct result. Gallery votes & comments welcome! :D

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 7:38 am
by to_fly
Pro Photo Tips:

Local photography mtg last night yielded some great shots of machine theme. Next month's target is seashells. A few tips I shared from the local exec dir of arts humanities council who used to be a pro photographer of special needs peeps: "No strobes or flashes for folks with seizures," and "Nothing shows up better than drool - be able to wipe spit and shoot almost simultaneously."

Peace,
tf

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2008 10:39 pm
by thezenheron
Last week was a full moon. I have photographed this many times with good results, as well eclipses. I was driving with the moon rising to the left side of the truck. I stopped to take some photos, in the midst of an abandoned road I might add. Be hind the moon were a few clouds, the small knolls, and a lake. The results I got were very strange. There were no buildings, no cars, no nothing...just myself, the land and the moon...here is what I got.
This was a strange week, as I also traveled a road I had not been down in a few years, very desolate and eerie at times, it has a strange history. The photos I took there all seem to have auras around the waterways, yet is was daytime with blue skies...go figure!
Pam
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Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2008 10:46 pm
by thezenheron
Replying to the comment on folks with seizures.
To let you know, I have a seizure disorder...I am forever telling anyone with me..."If for any reason I begin to look as though I will flop around on the ground momentarily...do not worry about me just grab the camera!" Cracked lenses do not show the drool by the way! :D
PS...I have a great sense of humor about this...I am not offended.... do not take this reply wrongly. :wink:
Pam

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2008 10:03 am
by thezenheron
Rebbecca,
Great shot of the little warbler, and loved the pups frolicking in the waters. Thanks for sharing!
Pam

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2008 10:07 am
by thezenheron
Hi,
My guy who accompanies me when out looking for photos get mighty bored at times...looking back in the mirror, I often see this pleading look as if to say..."Can we go get an Ice Cream now????"
This is Oliver, my 9 year old Cocker Spaniel.
Pam
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Re: Photography forum

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 6:01 pm
by to_fly
Pam,

What a handsome man! :D I have two dogs and three cats myself. Haven't yet taken them on photography jaunts, but they do evacuate for hurricanes nicely. On a personal note, does Oliver predict and inform you of your seizures?

Peace,
tf

Re: Photography forum

Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 1:08 pm
by stieles_who
Ever since i was a kid, i have wanted miniture cameras in my eyes. Just blink, and snap. Now, i just use my phone. It's not real fancy, but it does the trick. And, it's almost as convient as the eyeball cam.
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Re: Photography forum

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 6:22 pm
by to_fly
nice pics, keep up the great work!