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Post by Lizkins » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:21 am

CoB wrote:thanks!
yeh the flecks and hairs are from the scanner, i dusted it off, but forgot about the back light...
i probably should wipe that off as well before i scan anymore.. lol
was really noticeable in the next lot i put through...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/villephant ... 6072859447
(the ones in that set from that point on (clicking next) are ones i scanned the other night)
it was the main reason i wanted to scan them myself, i had a roll scanned for me from that camera last time and i wasn't entirely happy with it, they came back in bits. there are supposed to be 4 frames per shot, but they gave me 2 or 3 and sometimes they were cut in half... which made it difficult to work with (although some of them i tried to play with that lol)
but yeh the dust and hairs are really obvious >.<



nah sometimes stuff on the scanner adds to the photo. i used to not like the look, but it can add to it which is kind of cool.
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Post by Lizkins » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:25 am

deviant wrote:My friend Mark took some absolutely gorgeous photos of my best mate's daughter....

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sooo cute, probably hard to take a bad photo though huhuhu



yeah that kid is ridiculously cute. But their photos are rad too.
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Post by bassfreak » Fri May 06, 2011 6:56 pm

In December I walked the Milford Track in Fiordland National Park in NZ. It's considered one of the greatest walks in the world and something I've wanted to do for a long time. 4 days, two boat trips and 54km of walking. Things got a little nasty along the way, with 400mm of rain in 24hours and 150km/h winds. This resulted in us and 40 other people having to be helicopter rescued from McKinnon Pass. Here are a few shots:

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Heres the full set if anyone is interested in having a look: www.flickr.com/photos/leithel/sets/72157626526968497/

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Post by nic » Sat May 07, 2011 6:09 am

zomg nice phtoos 0 looks like a wicked walk, except for the helicopter bit :lol:

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Post by CoB » Sat May 07, 2011 4:50 pm

that's an awesome set!
*nods*

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012Apr4IceCream by Villephant, on Flickr
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011Apr3Shoppe by Villephant, on Flickr


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Post by Kaiproject » Sun May 08, 2011 1:53 pm

^woah crazy shots.

awesome nz shots leith.

here's some of my recent favs.
moar on http://designbykai.deviantart.com/gallery/

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Got some good shots on friday of new "Pop-Up Park" opening in Dandenong, that one of the Landscape Architects at my work designed.
Will post some when bothered to get them onto home PC.

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Post by Lizkins » Mon May 09, 2011 12:34 pm

nice shots all!


dang leith - that story is mental. sweet shots though
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Post by ADD_Boy » Mon May 09, 2011 1:39 pm

nice Kaiproject ..

added you on flickr.. mad shots!!

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ADD_Boy wrote:nice Kaiproject ..

added you on flickr.. mad shots!!


cheers!
added you too.
finally starting to get into flickr. its pretty easy when you can be bothered batch resizing all ur images down for upload...

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Post by Kaiproject » Thu May 12, 2011 8:37 pm

some shots from the dandy popup park i was talkin about.
very cloudy/dull day, kinda dramatic at times tho
some silly/commercial style ones of ministers opening it... funny how they don't represent the cultural diversity of the area at all.
at least the landscapers-in-training do

full set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11411198@N ... 689164140/

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Post by CoB » Thu May 12, 2011 8:57 pm

those are awesome kai
this one is my favourite http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5102/569 ... 801522.jpg
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also like this http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3303/570 ... ef3fca.jpg
and the last one :)

got a micro-Holga that shoots 110 film and shot a test roll in the park...
here be the full set

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110-7 by Villephant, on Flickr
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110-8 by Villephant, on Flickr
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110-10 by Villephant, on Flickr
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110-12 by Villephant, on Flickr

not sure if the off colours was from my scanning or because it was expired.
not sure i like it, sometimes i look at it and it hurts my eyes, and sometimes i like it haha
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Post by Kaiproject » Fri May 13, 2011 2:12 pm

cheers CoB :)
unique quality to those shots as always with holga.
nice work. especially dig the last 2!
it'd be a great style to use for a tv title sequence or something! obviously not the same but kinda reminds me of heavily graded green footage of Portlandia opening.

Watch the posted video on YouTube.


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Post by CoB » Fri May 13, 2011 8:28 pm

thanks, yeh after shooting that roll i kind of want to do something with the numbers on the side there to make some sort of animation with it...
just flicking through the files in my folder made it look cool
would take a bit of time to figure what i wanted to do...
was also thinking of just taking a black shot so i can use it as an overlay...
not sure if that would work though >.<
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Post by Lizkins » Mon May 16, 2011 5:50 pm

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Post by Lizkins » Tue Jul 12, 2011 3:49 pm

that lighthouse shot is pretty fricken rad. makes you feel small looking at it
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Post by Kaiproject » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:58 pm

Lizkins wrote:that lighthouse shot is pretty fricken rad. makes you feel small looking at it

yeah i loved the lighting at the time, heaps of contrast with the sun behind clouds on the far side, almost silhouette but not quite.
you get that glint/sheen on the vegetation that makes it look a bit like a HDR as well... :D

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Post by ADD_Boy » Fri Jul 15, 2011 3:01 pm

is that Airey's inlet light house Kai?

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Post by fooishbar » Tue Jul 19, 2011 2:40 am

i went to a wedding i actually really enjoyed and took some pictures:

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Post by CoB » Tue Jul 19, 2011 3:33 am

sword cutting is awesome XD
here are some shots from my lubitel & some sprocketty goodness from the holga
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Post by Kaiproject » Tue Jul 19, 2011 2:13 pm

ADD_Boy wrote:is that Airey's inlet light house Kai?

yep, took quite a few shots of it from diff angles lol, but that one prob the fav
see;
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CoB those lubi ones are sweet!

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Post by mecka » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:58 pm

Lovely pictures all.

I'm utterly, utterly retarded for iPhone photography. Obsessed. Haven't taken my SLR out lately except for a few country trips. All shots taken and processed on my phone. I'm _mecka on Instagram.

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mecka wrote:Lovely pictures all.

I'm utterly, utterly retarded for iPhone photography. Obsessed. Haven't taken my SLR out lately except for a few country trips. All shots taken and processed on my phone. I'm _mecka on Instagram.

yeh tbh i have been thinking "what phone should i get?" based on the camera in them...
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Post by Lizkins » Fri Jul 22, 2011 3:01 pm

yeah i just bought film the other day that cost me $30, i remember when it cost like $2.50


those shots look cool Oli, but the whole iphone photography thing doesn't do it for me. taking a photo on your phone and then adding a filter to it kinda kills the romance of it all. i know photoshop is kind of the same, but not to that extent.
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Post by mecka » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:23 am

Actually Liz, none of the stuff that I post actually has a filter slapped straight over it. Sure, it was easy to do that at first but to me it feels like a really understimulating activity when all it takes is a single button press.

Every picture is processed like I would any other photo, but on my phone. I'm actually finding the touch interface really, really quick and easy to use and there is something addictive about the immediacy of processing the photo on the spot, rather than having to cart an SLR home then pick through hundreds of pictures and then post process. Limited capacity and inability to shoot large amounts of frames in rapid succession mean I'm really forced to line shit up and take the best picture on the first go. Out of one hundred photos, I might get fifteen or twenty keepers, as opposed to three with my dslr.
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Post by quick » Sat Jul 23, 2011 2:55 pm

isn't the effort part of the point in a lot of photography? i mean, convenience is not something you associate with good photography
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Post by mecka » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:03 pm

Photography isn't necessarily something that requires a massive amount of effort for a good result. Great photos can come simply from being in the right place at the right time i.e street photography largely relies on time and place as opposed to heaps of time in post.

The question is, what do you associate with good photography? Do the circumstances under which you took or processed your images have any bearing on the final outcome? Should the fact that I stand on a street corner finalizing an image make any difference to doing it on my computer at home?

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Post by quick » Sat Jul 23, 2011 10:56 pm

mecka wrote:Art is subjective.


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Post by mecka » Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:14 pm

Took the day off and walked from the city to the docklands and back.

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wtf is that?
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Post by mecka » Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:48 pm

Webb Bridge, on the Yarra behind the Docklands
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fooishbar wrote:wtf is that?

fucking cool!!
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Post by Lizkins » Tue Jul 26, 2011 2:20 pm

mecka wrote:Actually Liz, none of the stuff that I post actually has a filter slapped straight over it. Sure, it was easy to do that at first but to me it feels like a really understimulating activity when all it takes is a single button press.

Every picture is processed like I would any other photo, but on my phone. I'm actually finding the touch interface really, really quick and easy to use and there is something addictive about the immediacy of processing the photo on the spot, rather than having to cart an SLR home then pick through hundreds of pictures and then post process. Limited capacity and inability to shoot large amounts of frames in rapid succession mean I'm really forced to line shit up and take the best picture on the first go. Out of one hundred photos, I might get fifteen or twenty keepers, as opposed to three with my dslr.



after chatting with you about it on the weekend i see you put quite a bit of time and effort into the shots. However, one thing i thought about yesterday was that you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso. I do think your iphone shots are awesome, don't get me wrong, but i think for me it still just kills the romance of it all.


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Post by Kaiproject » Tue Jul 26, 2011 2:33 pm

webb bridge is awesome, very popular architectural subject and rightly so. did some shots of it way back in VCE media studies.
nice fisheye shot there (i assume, or is it just ultrawide? major bending of lines), though personally fisheye not my cuppa just reminds me of every bloody skate video out there and 90s music videos/album covers.

re: iphone; there's nothing wrong with point and shoot sometimes, often it makes you think more about composition and subject matter rather than technical aspects like Dof, shutter, lighting.
however i'd much rather just use a tripod with dslr - precise adjustments and makes you think in the same way as just mentioned.

if you like the touch-screen part of it, you should check out the new Olympus PEN EP-3. ridiculously fast & accurate touch-screen auto-focus. uses a diff system than dslr AF; there's vids that show it can AF as fast as a 7D (or faster).

and of course you can put any micro-four-thirds lens on it. i'd love to get a micro-4/3 cam someday. GF2 does amazing video for its size..
for street photography the Fuji X100 is sexy too but no lens change option

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Lizkins wrote: you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso


lol, you haven't seen me process a shot from my canon.
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mecka wrote:
Lizkins wrote: you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso


lol, you haven't seen me process a shot from my canon.


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mecka wrote:
Lizkins wrote: you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso


lol, you haven't seen me process a shot from my canon.



:? we have talked about it numerous times, but whatever
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Lizkins wrote:
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Lizkins wrote: you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso


lol, you haven't seen me process a shot from my canon.



:? we have talked about it numerous times, but whatever


I can spend an hour on a single pic out of my dslr, maybe ten minutes tops on my phone

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quick wrote:
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Lizkins wrote: you didn't really post process your slr shots as much as you do your iphone shots. At least you don't just slap on a filter like some people. However, i still reckon i just liked the feel of your slr shots moreso


lol, you haven't seen me process a shot from my canon.


hahahahaha... that sounds rude and very funny


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Post by ADD_Boy » Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:40 pm

oli. top 3 and bottom 2 instagrams are mad..

and that docks one is SWEET !! any post prod on that one?

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Not much, as it was pissing down rain at the time. Image captured in Photosynth, imported into Photoforge. Two layered image, top one with multiply blend mode and boosted vibrance. Sharpened and uploaded.
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Post by huge » Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:45 pm

how is taking a photo on your phone any different to taking a photo on an slr? it's a camera, it takes photos.
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Post by mecka » Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:02 pm

When it comes down to it I suppose it's got more to do with the setting available on an SLR. You have a much better chance at getting a "finished" image with decent depth of field, sharpness and colour than you do out of a phone.

For me, thats the challenge.
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Post by witty_pseudonym » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:45 am

i'm pretty sure the same doubts were cast when digital cameras became the new thing. any new form of artistic expression should be celebrated. some of the shots on instagram are amazing, to the extent that i'm skeptical that they have solely been processed on a phone tbh.
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Post by Lizkins » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:17 pm

huge wrote:how is taking a photo on your phone any different to taking a photo on an slr? it's a camera, it takes photos.



thats like saying riding a motorcycle and bicycle are the same thing. You ride both of them
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Post by huge » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:29 pm

no it isnt
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is so
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Post by huge » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:37 pm

i think you'll find that actually, it isnt. :P
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Post by Lizkins » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:51 pm

just because you say it like that, doesn't make it so

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