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2011. 02, 10th | 12:14 pm




Mount Sonder. | MacDonnell Ranges, NT, Australia | 200908

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Fatema

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from: fatema
date: 2011. 02, 10th 03:56 am (UTC)
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I was just thinking about you last night and how I feel like I haven't seen you around online in a while. How are you?

Also: the picture seems very serene and perhaps cold.

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Melissa D. Graf

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from: calculare
date: 2011. 02, 11th 02:01 am (UTC)
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You're right. Beyond the hit-and-run of Facebook I haven't been frequenting the online world that much. I'm planning on sitting down later today and actually catching up on my flist here on LJ, because I've been missing everyone here, too.

I'm good. The computer was gone for a while there, meaning I could only access the internet through my phone, which was a bit of an odd feeling. :)

Oh, good! :) I'm trying a few different treatments on colour photographs. This one came out just as I intended.

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animotus

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from: animotus
date: 2011. 02, 10th 09:10 am (UTC)
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Hey beautiful!How are you?!
I'm so in awe of your photographic talent bb,now that I have a cool camera I'm having so much fun taking pictures...it's also very relaxing and since I don't have much time for my "painting life",photography is the only way I know to be more creative!:D

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from: calculare
date: 2011. 02, 11th 01:44 am (UTC)
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Hiya! I've been without a computer for a few weeks, and I'm just starting a new course, so everything is a bit hectic, but good. :)

The best thing about coming from an art/design/creative background (like our wonderful selves) is that we already have an inherent understanding of composition, colour, design, etc. So all we need to do is learn the camera system, and we're basically set. :D

Completely agree. Drawing projects can take quite a bit of time. Photography is a great way to be creative in a (perhaps) less time-intensive way.

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Chaz

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from: chazriel
date: 2011. 02, 10th 04:41 pm (UTC)
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panoramic lens?
Love high places, the view must be nice.

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from: calculare
date: 2011. 02, 11th 01:35 am (UTC)
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Technically, no. And yes. Kind of? It's a panoramic camera. The circle of good definition on this lens is larger than most others, because the camera body is built so that a negative can be formed over either one 35mm frame, or over two at once. But that's the same with most lenses; the circle of good definition is usually larger than what you see in frame. Particularly true with large format cameras, because they need to allow for camera movements such as tilt and shift. What you see here is the negative in entirety (give or take a few mm on each edge), rather than a crop.

Oh, we weren't too high up at this vantage point. And Mount Sonder itself isn't that high at about 1380m.

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Chaz

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from: chazriel
date: 2011. 02, 11th 05:10 am (UTC)
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interesting, thanks for the info

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