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Samsung NX11 Review @ Shutterbug

(7 years ago)
“Skin tones are nearly perfect, both in the color test chart and the portrait shot. Saturation is a little high, especially in red nuances.” We have added the Samsung NX11 [Current Price Info] Review to our NX11 Review Roundup. Shutterbug has published their review of the Samsung NX11 and its features include interchangeable lens that [...]

Youthful.

(7 years ago)

Planespotting

(7 years ago)
Again an aircraft shot from Maho Beach of Sint Maarten. I've always liked combining seemingly...

Vertigo

(7 years ago)
Spero che le vertigini non vi vengano guardando questa fotografia.Primo tentativo architettonico...

Nana

(7 years ago)
In 1995 Luxembourg became 'European Capital of Culture'. The french-american artist Nike de Saint...

Mursi mother

(7 years ago)
Mursi woman in Mago National park in southern Ethiopia. It's remote area and wildest tribe in other tribes in Ethiopia.

Sundown

(7 years ago)
Photo caught near the Saint-Maurice River center city of Shawinigan.Nom du modèle de...

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(7 years ago)

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(7 years ago)

USC

(7 years ago)
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(7 years ago)

FS: Seal Tacking Iron

(7 years ago)
Works fine. Still finding stuff as I clean out. $25 shipped (US).

Shooting Architecture Images that Sing!

(7 years ago)
I love looking at buildings to see how they’re constructed. And if, like me, you happen to live near a great architectural city like New York, you get to see some of the world’s most beautiful buildings on a regular basis. One of the things that you notice when you investigate buildings closely is that they contain some fascinating and intricate patterns. In fact, since the very construction of buildings relies on the repetition of shapes, angles, and beams—in other words, patterns—it’s almost impossible not to find them in both their design and their decoration.You can find a lot of great patterns in the exterior ornamentation of buildings—in the intricate mosaics of a Muslim mosque, for example, or the fractured-mirror face of a modern skyscraper.  I’ve also found great patterns in the structural details of buildings—in the stairways, domes, doorways, façade carvings, etc. And sometimes the construction of the building itself is like one huge pattern. The Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York, shown here, is a great example of a building wearing its structural pattern on the outside, and I defy anyone with a camera to enter that building and not shoot some pictures. The building always looks to me as if someone has come along and stripped off the façade, revealing the structural skeleton underneath.Architectural patterns work best when they are entirely isolated, which usually means shooting just[..]

How to Take Great Cell Phone Photos - Sponsored Post

(7 years ago)
Whether you use a smart device like an iPhone, or a more compact cell phone, chances are that you have a camera in your pocket right now. At one point, the optical quality of these cameras was very poor. Yet today, thanks to continued technological developments, a growing number of users are beginning to realize the power of the latest cell phone cameras. In fact, the research company InfoTrends recently reported that "more than 860 million camera phones will be sold in 2009, comprising 89 percent of all handsets shipped." If this is any indication of what the future holds, it seems likely that this trend will continue into 2010, and beyond. Here is a current look at the way cell phone cameras are being used by both professional and amateur photographers.Citizen JournalistsWith camera phones now more accessible than ever before, there has been a dramatic shift in the way breaking news is delivered to the public. One much publicized example of this took place when US Airways Flight 1549 crash landed in New York's Hudson River. Before any photojournalists arrived at the scene, Janis Krums took an iPhone picture and posted it to Twitter. To many, this image is considered to be one of the most memorable shots of 2009. Another example of this took place this past summer in Iran. Reporters were denied access to the hostile street protests. This forced major media outlets to rely on reports from citizen journalists, many of whom were using cell phone cameras to record the events.[..]

DripinTip

(7 years ago)
Drip irrigation deployed for Maravalli Kilangu (Tapioca) farm in salem district. Now water ground...

Way To Clouds

(7 years ago)
A desert road in the summer heat ... nothing more.

VNS IV - Romanticism

(7 years ago)
La valse des gondoles bat son plein à l'heure du coucher de soleil.The gondolas craziness is...

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(7 years ago)
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