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Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by Pantherdux, Mar 1, 2009.
Here is my Second...
Shot today w/ Canon EOS 40D
Here ya go. Both shot with a 30D and 28-135mm
I have to ask is this a Shell or a Potato Chip? Sorry for quoting it Squatty. I just didn't know how else to do it. Let me know if you want me to delete it.
It's a broken shell, it is NOT a Lays
haha it looks like a Lays.
#1 gator time
#2 spanish moss I believe...
Heres my two for the month. A little history on these pieces. MY mother was an internationally acclaimed needlepoint teacher. Her passion was shape,color and texture. She invented many of the stitches that she used and many of these stitches are still used widely today.
Late in her career,she turned to geomatric patterns and layering. These photos are pieces of whole pieces that she created.
Photos shot with Canon 40D,24-105 L...55 mm F4,400 ISO. I also used a Canon flash,bounced off the ceiling.
First time ... I'm a newbie
Taken today with the same camera and lens for both ... Sony a300, 75-300mm lens.
#1 --- Shot @ 210mm, f6.3, 1/1000, ISO 200
#2 --- Shot @ 300mm, f9, 1/800, ISO 200
Well I guess I'm confused on this month's topic, because quite honestly...about 3/4 of these don't look anything like my idea of 'texture' as a topic.
We got everything from wildlife, to still life, landscapes and portraits...and well...some texture.
So in honor of this diverse category....I give you this guy I snapped a photo of the other day in Del Rio, Texas. I guess the 'texture' in this one would be....well.....denim! A very fine texture, indeed; Denim. If that won't work, how bout the texture, 'belly-meat'.
My 1st shot for texture
Solid to Liquid or Hard and Soft
Spring is here
Shot at 9am. Just starting to drip. By noon it was gone.
Not quite sure why the water had dropped a couple inches.
3-15-09, 1/200, f7.1, ISO 100, 150mm