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Old 01-09-2006, 10:45 PM   #16
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you all have great pics!!
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My pictures

Including cydewaze's and Mrs. Edge's wedding.
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Beautiful MrsSpringsteen...


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I love the beach in the morning and evening - the light is all soft and dreamy

Some of mine




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Old 01-10-2006, 06:52 AM   #19
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Is that beach in your photo in Maine? I think I was there last summer, if it was. Had an interesting name... but it escapes me.


I wouldn't consider myself a photographer, but I like pictures and beautiful things quite a lot -------- ( )

Perhaps I'll get around to posting some stuff, but I should try to get some sleep at the moment
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Looking at it again...... I don't think it is the same beach. Oh well.
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Old 01-10-2006, 07:09 AM   #21
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i buoght a cheap old-school slr 35mm camera off ebay just before i went to ghana and I'm soooo glad i did - the photos i took with my digital camera are terrible in comparison.

that said, i still have no idea how to properly work the thing and i'm no good at it most of the time but i did get these in Ghana - they're the ones i'm most proud of!




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great pics everyone

I love your photos from Ghana digsy, such beautiful children
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Old 01-10-2006, 11:17 AM   #23
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Nice Yosemite pictures Diemen. Did you use a hood lens to block the extra light for that one waterfall shot. Where the water looks blurred
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wow, the Ghana ones are really great <3 you must have had such an amazing time there.

here are some of mine






http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a94.../1DSC00716.jpg



http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a94.../1DSC00965.jpg

and some by a really good friend:


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...tabarbara6.jpg
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I agree the ones from Ghana are amazing. I love Digital but Film can do wonders too. Just look at that. I have taken Begining B&W photography, and I might go back to try the other classes. I have been photographing as a hobby for about 6 years now. I tried and learned how to use the speed, exposure, etc..
It was a pain at first but It's good to learn new things.
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I agree the ones from Ghana are amazing. I love Digital but Film can do wonders too. Just look at that. I have taken Begining B&W photography, and I might go back to try the other classes. I have been photographing as a hobby for about 6 years now. I tried and learned how to use the speed, exposure, etc..
It was a pain at first but It's good to learn new things.
I agree. I'd take the digicam over film any day b/c it's so handy and versatile, but I'm amazed by how well film does without any tweaking of settings. I'm working with my mom to compile a digital archive of our family genealogy, including ALL of my grandpa's materials from WWII. He had this camera that got so beat up along the way, developed all of his pictures himself, and some of the pictures he took have such amazing clarity given the equipment and circumstances. His pictures of the liberation of Nordhausen, the 2000 bodies stacked in rows...they are so haunting even in the low quality of black and white...I can't imagine seeing them in color with today's technology
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A few of my favorites from Tanzania. The quality sucks b/c I compressed them for web viewing.

Mt. Kilimanjaro snowcap, which you can only see from far away (when you're on the mountain, it's hidden in the clouds)


Cute orphan at the Lutheran social services program in Lushoto.


A Masaai child


A water bird at Lake Manyara park


Lion territory at Lake Manyara park


Impala herd at Lake Manyara park


This reminds me of the movie The Lion King


Dusty road at Lake Manyara park
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Young zebra at Ngorongoro Crater


Giraffe on the rim of the Crater


Giraffe, gazelle, and a Masaai herd on the Serengeti


Cheetah on the Serengeti


Cool tree, Serengeti post-storm


This is a shot of myself sitting on the ledge of the balcony at our hostel in Mwanza, overlooking Lake Victoria. Since I composed the shot and simply asked someone to push the button, I consider it mine


Sunrise over Lake Manyara park


A 180 degree view of Ngorongoro Crater in the morning, composed of about a dozen single shots
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Nice pictures liveluv. I want to go to africa now.
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A few shots I took yesterday snowshoeing with my sister around Lake Tahoe:







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