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Discussion in 'Photo Meme' started by Knightrider, Jul 1, 2008.
haven't decided on any bolt ons yet but in general it will be shot on the 50 af and maybe pic a day
right first pic
not sure if i'm happy with it but what the hell
Good texture and lines Gary - I could tell it's a hose on a roller right away. I almost picked the 50, but didn't. Now I'm glad I didn't.
By the way, I notice every other thread starts "July One Prime - " and then the member name and lens designation, while your's is "july fever - ". It doesn't bother me, but I thought I'd bring it to your attention. And no, I am not compulsive!
Hosy picture! :Crunk:
We could guess about the color? Green?
A nice start Gary- and wonder of all wonders...... it's black and white! :wink:
jult fever is cooler name, like oktoberfest or april foolishnes
it's yellow, mainly blue channel mixed
what a surprise :biggrin:
been busy so heres yesterdays
and todays with a little help from an extension tube
Great shots. Is todays a recessed light fixture? I can't really tell.
Looks like a recessed power button for something
Getting enough sleep Gary with the new baby? :smile: I am seeing my grandchildren this w/e so expect to be exhausted !!
I note you are focussing on plastic...life would be difficult without it :smile:
"Fokus on plastic"...............cool subject!
"focus on plastic" i hadn't thought of that
the new baby does make life difficult, apologies to all those i haven't commented on yet
attack of the monster
As always Gary- very interesting stuff. I love the colours in the latest couple- really fun.
Wow, the colors are really saturated on the second shot (blocks) which works well in this case. Great colors
Abstract and interesting. It make me wonder ...
You make the simplist things extraordinary.
it's a speaker on my mp3 players dock
thank you very much
What a cool idea. I love the block shot, very vivid. I will be watching this thread with interest to see what else you come up with.
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