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Games & Recreation Photography: Who's into it what Camera and Lens do you have and show us some of pictures thread

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by maccas_no1, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. maccas_no1

    maccas_no1 Suspended

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    Myself I have a Canon 400D with a 18mm-55mm lens and a 70mm to 300mm lens, I like night and aviation photography and also marco pictures.

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  2. richskee

    richskee Club Legend

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    Canon SLR 400d, 18-55mm, 50mm and a 70-300mm
     
  3. richskee

    richskee Club Legend

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  4. maccas_no1

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    Awesome shots love the one of the wave:thumbsu:
     
  5. richskee

    richskee Club Legend

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    Cheers, its trick photography the wave is only about 15 cm tall, i was just trying to get my camera right in there. haha
     
  6. Jafa

    Jafa Norm Smith Medallist

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    G10 with some Lensmates.

    I use it for hiking - I would have liked an SLR but they are just too bulky for what I use it for. Takes superb pictures (which I don't have access to at the moment;)).
     
  7. iDon

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    That wave photo is awesome ricksee
     
  8. VINCANITY

    VINCANITY Club Legend

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    Some really good shots there.

    In regards to the op if i was taking photos of my car and putting it on the internet i would blur out the number plate.
     
  9. Campbell's Chunky

    Campbell's Chunky Norm Smith Medallist

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    I'm just starting to get into my photography, and took some snaps at the TDU over the week. Here's a couple I snapped (using a Rebel XSI and 90-300mm lens which I bought off ebay for 100 bucks).

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  10. maccas_no1

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    I dont own the car anymore so its all good:thumbsu:
     
  11. maccas_no1

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    Nice shots CC:thumbsu:
     

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  12. rocker_oz33

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    here's my effort l know its not as good as some of the others but l took this pic with my dodgy cheap Kodak cam

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  13. maccas_no1

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    Thats cool:thumbsu:
     
  14. maccas_no1

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    stitchface Team Captain

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    I am also in the Cannon 400D club :p


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    and another of my wildlife shots:
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  16. maccas_no1

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    Ahh nice shot of the Chief:p
     
  17. Karl Pilkington

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    There are two really good photographers on this site that I've seen (and I used to think photography was just for gaylords).

    Diego - who I don't think posts here anymore, but he has an awesome flickr page with some really good stuff on the city of Melbourne

    And another poster... black something? Anyway, he has his own company and does shoots at all the major gigs in Melbourne - his website link is around somewhere I'll try to find it.

    But they're both really talented.
     
  18. eliiiiza

    eliiiiza Premiership Player

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    I don't even think of myself as a photographer, but here are a few of my favourite pictures:
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    I don't use a great camera or any fancy lenses, just a crappy Canon PowerShot A400.
     
  19. CHBench

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    I gotta question. This may sound stupid but anyway. :p
    Are you guys enhancing your shots with photo editing software, or is that just the effects of having a good camera?
    Im really interested in getting into photography and atm using just a shitty cheap camera. I get some alright shots, but none of the quality of these ones. Seriously all of them a re really good. :thumbsu:
     
  20. eliiiiza

    eliiiiza Premiership Player

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    Err I use a bit of Photoshop on mine, mainly sharpening the pictures and playing around with the brightness and contrast. The third and last pictures that I posted haven't had any work done to them though.
     
  21. Falchoon

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    Got the "Top Gear" lens happening?
     
  22. rizzo

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    Woud love to be a professional photographer.

    Here is some stuff i've done:
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    rizzo Brownlow Medallist

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    This one is my personal favourite, I took it at the Big Day out the other day.
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  24. Falchoon

    Falchoon Brownlow Medallist

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    Canon 400d twin lens, love the long lens for the kids portrait shots.


    Haven't got many piccies on this computer, here's a couple.

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    Playing with the settings

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  25. Falchoon

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    These are from my Canon G5, takes decent piccies but the auto focus speed really suffers against the EOS

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