Picture Thread

#141

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#142

Hot chicks taking a bath in my front yard

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#143

:jizz: Well hello there, ladies.

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#144

During that entire video, I was expecting a shark to jump up from the water and grab the bird.

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#145

If I was good at editing, I would totally do that Bolteh!

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#146

did a few shots again:

Abandoned Building #2 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #1 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Powerlines by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

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#147

stop making me jealous of your photography sk1lls

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#148

Did a photoshoot with a couple of my brother’s spiders (he collects them, fattens them up, and then dumps them in ethanol as a hobby, these ones were in the fatten up stage obviously) that I did about 2 months ago. Finally got around to picking the best ones and doing some really basic editing in photoshop and uploading them.


EDIT: and some even older pictures from a backpacking trip in the Lost Coast (Northern Coast of California) last summer with some friends:









Sorry for the absurd res, I’m too lazy to downsize them right now, I promise to next time.

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#149

Two over the image cap

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#150

Took this one in Tallinn (Estonia) last week.

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#151

Was wandering for 6 hours and shooting some photos:

Rays by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #2 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #1 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #4 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #5 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Lightbulb by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Fuses by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #6 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Building #3 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Remnant of the Railway by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

Abandoned Shed by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

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#152

<3

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#153

what camera do you have, if any?
It’s less about the camera than the lighting and the lens.
Also glad you like it! :slight_smile:

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#154

On that topic. What lens is that? :stuck_out_tongue:

Really superb pics!

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#155

Thanks!

1,2,8,9,11 were shot with the Pentax SMC DA 18-55mm f3.5-f5.6 AL WR(the stock lens that came with the camera) and 3,4,5,6,7,10 were shot with the Pentax SMC A 50mm f1.7

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#156

On a full-frame body, I take it?

That 50mm f1.7 looks like a beast of a lens :open_mouth:

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#157

nope, I’m shooting with a Pentax K-5, an APS-C Camera(1.5 Crop-factor). It’s a wonderful and powerful camera.
Yeah, the 50mm f1.7 is my best lens I have. It’s from the 70s(or early 80s) but it still is a great lens to this day.

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#158

ah well, that one really isn’t that good.

The Nikon D80 you mentioned isn’t that expensive. You can get them for 100-300€ used. Adorama offers a refurbished one for over 400$.
Anyway, you can get good used DSLRs rather cheaply, so maybe look into the used and refurbished DSLR market.
The camera I have cost me about 760€ but I think it’s down to 500€ by now because the K-5 II and K-3 came out meanwhile. Excellent cameras btw and the mount hasn’t fundamentally changed in the last 30-40 years, so you can still get some pretty good primes of the film era for cheap and they work fine, they don’t have autofocus then though, but who cares.

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#159

[align=center]Yesterday, after this:

Saw this:

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#160

man this thread is so dead most the time.
Didn’t have a lot of time for photography lately, but I have some:

Approaching Bee by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Bee by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Old railway building #1 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Saxonian Landscape #4 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Abandoned factory #1 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Abandoned factory #2 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Pond by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Field by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Tunnel by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr
Mittweida Watertower #2 by pfannkuchen_gesicht, on Flickr

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