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Old 12-16-2010, 08:29 AM   #11
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I would look into local photo printing shops. I don't really know much about prints though, all my stuff has been completely digital.
Yeah, that's what I thought to do. I'll ask my aunt about it first, she's a professional photographer.
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I really like your pictures. That's beuatiful and interesting.
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super..Hills are so beautiful!!!
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I was just sorting through my photos from Hot Springs. Most are pretty bad, but there were a couple decent ones.







I really need to do something about the building in the last one. It would look tons better without it.

Unfortunately, the weather was really yucky the whole time, so I didn't get very many pics. I have a massive panorama of the city from the top of a mountain. but I don't have it rendered yet.
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The last picture would be pretty cool without the building, just endless fog.

Took pics of the race event at my local track on Sunday. I would've raced, but I've been cutting my spending. The red Miata is my friend.



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Hi guys.... I just had to crop it out to get a nice rectangle. The top of the mountain was basically gravel, so every time I touched the tripod, it'd sink into the rocks a bit. After 50 frames, it was pretty off......
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I think you misunderstand this thread... You're supposed to post your own pictures, not something you took off a website.



Here are some of my more recent ones:











These are the results of my macro experiment (500mm photax duct taped to backwards 135mm vivitar):

1/4 Watt resistor:



Needle:



stranded wire:



Guitar String:



Meteor... er... match:



Here are some more that I took with various antique cameras

These are from a C. 1950s Kodak Duaflex II (please forgive my scanner):









This is from a C. 1911 Kodak Brownie, model 2A (pictured here.). I shot two rolls of film, but this was the only picture that came out decent.





This is the first picture from my Graflex Graphic View. The film was about 20 years old, which is why it's so hazy.

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