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Last week's thread

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Niagara at Night

Niagara at night

original Flickr link

  • Mighty @Jin, you take nice photos like you do good hacks on CSS(ref Apple.se). Nice shot but isn't the waterfall is too soft ? am not sure..
    – garikapati
    May 26, 2011 at 4:35
  • @garikapati thanks! This was my first long exposure shot, I was going for the silky waterfall look.
    – Jin
    May 26, 2011 at 8:34

Team Working...

two bees working

Taken on the Yaqui Valley, Sonora, Mexico.

Original on flickr


The Big Bang

The Big Bang

Pepsi bubbles taken with a reversed 50mm lens, backlit with an LED reading light. Colors and contrast tweaked and a suggestion of light rays added in Photoshop.

Bigger version viewable here.

  • nice! btw, what is a reversed lens?
    – Lazer
    May 25, 2011 at 13:37
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    A lens taken off, turned around, and attached to the camera with a reversing ring by the filter screw-thread. It lets you get super-close to your subject but you lose metering and focusing - you just move the camera closer or further away to focus. A reversing ring costs about $20 - a lot less than a macro lens. Or you can just hold the lens against the camera, but that's a pain in the neck. May 25, 2011 at 15:00


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Last Year


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"B" as in "Bike". As in "Haul-ing everything I have on a bike." enter image description here


Wasted beauty

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Looking down on beautiful pools of chemical waste hiding in the woods.


Night Lights 2

Taken on the high road just outside my flat. On tripod, 30s exposure, f/16. White balence is quite off, but I quite like the warm feel it gives this shot.

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    That's a nice shot, but try fixing the horizon - the image is rotated to the right in 2-3 degrees. A reference can be the pole of the traffic sign, or the walls of the buildings on the left.
    – ysap
    May 24, 2011 at 0:13


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This was shot at Half Moon Bay in California.

Original at Flickr



The lush greenery of Kerala,India

A view of green Paddy fields of Kerala, an Indian State

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