Outdoor Photography

in General Discussion edited January 2014
How many here at AI enjoy photography? One of my hobbies is photography in particular outdoor nature photography.

Here is a sample of my pictures I took yesterday Aug 27 2002

Please check them all out at this link:

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/fellowship/PhotoAlbum14.html"; target="_blank">http://homepage.mac.com/fellowship/PhotoAlbum14.html</a>;

Let me know what you think and your thoughts on photography in general.



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    thuh freakthuh freak Posts: 2,664member
    i misread this title, and thought this was a fellowship thread about voyeurism. but, nice pic. i like how detailed the wings come out. quite interesting indeed.
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    I did a series of work out in Death valley in... 1998 I think. I must have shot nearly 2,000 slides there. I started to move away from that type of photography, back into black and white, and even moreso into obscure films like Kodak's High Speed Infrared. So I started shooting in woodland areas with that film, and now, I'm shooting urban areas with it, focusing mainly on isolating people in my images.

    I have a few scans online of a series of three prints I'm mounting as a limited edition of 7 for this winter's exhibition and sale at the Museum of Fine Arts. These scans were done on a cheap epson, I didn't bother color correcting them, they weren't really intended for presentation The physical prints, however, are gorgeous if I do say so myself. Anyhow, you'll get the idea...

    <a href="http://homepage.mac.com/turbo_rodent/"; target="_blank">http://homepage.mac.com/turbo_rodent/</a>;
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    hugihugi Posts: 33member
    Wow, beautiful pictures, FellowshipChurch!

    Me, I'm an amateur, but the material compensates for my lack of talent . There's nothing quite as beautiful as endless mountainslopes of green, Icelandic moss...

    <a href="http://www.karlmenn.is/iceland/"; target="_blank">Some photos</a>

    - Hugi
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    moogsmoogs Posts: 4,296member
    [twilight zone]Wasn't there a thread eerily similar to this one a few months back? I seem to recall the member had stirred up some controversy and then noted one of his/her hobbies was photography. Posted a picture of a red flowering plant if I remember. Odd.[/twilight zone]

    Anyway Fellowship, that is a nice photo. You obviously have some talent there....
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    xionjaxionja Posts: 504member
    Really beautiful stuff, fellowship! I have some really nice micropictures, that I did outside. I generally do black and white, so I can develope it on my own, but for this I used color. I wish I could show the pictures, but i don't have any web place to put them on
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    jeffyboyjeffyboy Posts: 1,055member
    Hey Fellowship, I've liked your stuff since you first put the link in your signature, but I never brought it up-I didn't want to distract you from dodging the slings and barbs!

    One of my hobbies is sort of in the same vein. I like to try to film wildlife. I've always been a sucker for nature documentaries, and it's sort of like hunting without the death.

    I've never gotten any really neat footage yet, and I've been at it over a year. It's fun, though!


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    It should be mentioned that these images are often highly modified. Models can be pretty, but they do not have perfect skin. That is thanks to the miracle of modifying application.

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