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Intrepidation

Sometimes it pays to be up at sunrise.

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Been meaning to do this since the foliage came back. get up or be up at sunrise and stake some photos while it was calm and quite. The lousey weather and lack of time made it impossible until I decided to pull an all nighter.

My favorite two.

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There is nothing more beautiful than sunrise over a lake. Great pics.

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Top one is HDR, bottom is exposure blending.

Glad you guys like them. ^_^

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Gorgeous pictures man. I want to take some photography lessons and NEED a D-SLR.

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I never took any photography lessons besides Photography I in college, which was more about the process of developing black and white film.

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I never took any photography lessons besides Photography I in college, which was more about the process of developing black and white film.

Some are born,others are made.

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There is nothing more beautiful than sunrise over a lake. Great pics.

I disagree...

How about Melissa Gilbert waiting naked &

all hot-n-bothered in the backseat of a '33

Cadillac V16 Madame-X.

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Not everything in life is about putting your wang inside a hole.

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Very nice! I miss that green- we just don't get that here.

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Beautiful...we just don't get those intense greens in the desert. I miss greenery and fall colors.

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Nice job there, DF.
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:thumbsup:

1st pic is stunning

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Not everything in life is about putting your wang inside a hole.

Yeah, you'd think the guy with a wife and two daughters would be past the point of objectifying women.

Someday when it isn't 100 degrees with violent sunlight, I'll take the camera down to the lake and get some pics out on the kayak. I really need to get my darkroom set up so I can develop pics myself. Wal-Mart no longer does 1-hour developing and Walgreens is incredibly inconvenient.

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Yeah, you'd think the guy with a wife and two daughters would be past the point of objectifying women.

Someday when it isn't 100 degrees with violent sunlight, I'll take the camera down to the lake and get some pics out on the kayak. I really need to get my darkroom set up so I can develop pics myself. Wal-Mart no longer does 1-hour developing and Walgreens is incredibly inconvenient.

Those would be amazing photos I bet, so you prefer traditional to digital?

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Yeah, I grew up on traditional film. Started developing my own B&W film when I was about 9. Lifes been getting in the way, so I haven't been doing my own developing as much even though I have everything I need. I've thought about getting a DLSR, but the only one that really gives me a boner (Sony A900) is freaking pricey.

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I do enjoy traditional photography, but editing it is so much easier when it's in native digital format...also being able to see what your shot looks like the moment after you take it is nice. I really like the Canon EOS 5D.

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Got Billboard? That thing's sick.

Beautifl shots, DF. I should get more into photography, at least the shooting end of it. I find when I do it, it's very relaxing.

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I was up at dawn this morning...

It didn't pay.

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Well damn. :drool:

A pro I happen to be acquainted with has one and it is incredible. You remember that episode of Futurama where Fry says, "But this is HDTV, it has better definition than real life"? Thats about what pics taken on the A900 are like.

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very nice. i'd love to have a camera that can do that.

your B&W film class use silver halide? mine did, time consuming, but very fun.

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