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    DPP Member Danskie Dijamco's Avatar
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    and a silly looking photographer with his Nikon 200mm F/2 VR lens + D700...

    Faces of Street of Auckland

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    "If you find yourself doing to much post processing, then your lazy and your just a graphic artist."

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    reprocessing my old photo



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    DPP Member OliverReyes's Avatar
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    @Danskie
    It was on our FB chat about the board lock.

    The OOF view of that thing is amazing and isolates like no other! Joe McNally loves that lens too and rules for portraits as well. You are one lucky dude to secure one. You should adopt me to be your younger brother so I could borrow that mothah-of-a-glass

    @jezuy
    cool HDR bro.


    My share for today:

    Temp to Tell



    sweeter in B&W...
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/5071136...in/photostream

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    @sir oliver thanks

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    Nice shots everyone... haven't been shooting outdoors lately coz its really hot and humid anyway August is about to end and hopefully by September the weather will somehow cool down bit by bit.

    An old shot with new retouch.. ;)


    the setting sun by kareristadotcom, on Flickr
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    DPP Member Danskie Dijamco's Avatar
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    fafi Oliver (memory gap na me) - I just love how you do your works! I have a frien here who loves that kind of photography.

    Fafi Mark, nice re-process - getting better and better master!
    Faces of Street of Auckland

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    nice share guys!

    My Share for the week





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    DPP Member OliverReyes's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danskie Dijamco View Post
    fafi Oliver (memory gap na me) - I just love how you do your works! I have a frien here who loves that kind of photography.

    Fafi Mark, nice re-process - getting better and better master!
    Love the skater boy set Dan. They should get you to shoot the next DC shoes (gymkhana and sports apparel guy) catalogue. He has a skater boy line. By the way, there's skateboard photography too.


    Thank a lot Dan. I wasn't into this sort of pattern / abstract sensitivity, and gritty/grunge type of shooting before. I didn't understand what they saw in that.

    Then there's this one guy in my Flikr from Detroit who does these type of shots and I began to see his attention to detail, decay, textures etc. He loves to get into spots where his big cams won't fit too. He's getting tons of comments regularly. I think I went through his whole 80+ image collection. Loved it.

    So I forced myself to shoot with an LX5 for two weeks and tried to get dirty. It's plenty of fun! It's like discovering one day that you can do a whole different kung-fu. Now I see stuff differently even poetry on a ketchup stain (LOL). Those industrial machinery and structures started taking shapes as well. It's another branch of photography I'm happy I discovered.



    I like what fafa mark posted as well. And to walk at an angle to frame it between the buildings is cool too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliverReyes View Post
    @Danskie
    It was on our FB chat about the board lock.

    The OOF view of that thing is amazing and isolates like no other! Joe McNally loves that lens too and rules for portraits as well. You are one lucky dude to secure one. You should adopt me to be your younger brother so I could borrow that mothah-of-a-glass

    @jezuy
    cool HDR bro.


    My share for today:

    Temp to Tell

    [qimg]http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6202/6055335928_078a628df2_z.jpg[/qimg]

    sweeter in B&W...
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/5071136...in/photostream

    Bench Paint

    [qimg]http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6209/6061709919_fc5ace1c9a_z.jpg[/qimg]
    beginning to love these artistry pattern on your abstract photos. keep it coming bro.

    my share.
    from the recent ibalong festival street presentation

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    Thanks Sam. Good fog processing for isolation.

    Last of the color, pattern and industrial series...

    Ground Pump Cover


    Thumb Tack: Killed!!!

    Last edited by OliverReyes; 08-22-2011 at 01:12 PM.

 

 

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