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    Category - Landscape
    Title - Rose

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    Here are a few recent ones ...

    Category- Portrait
    Title- Camera Fixation



    Curiousity by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

    Category - Landscape
    Title - One is a Lonely Number


    One is a lonely number ... by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

    Category - Portrait
    Title - "Bambi & Friends"


    A yearning for a longer lens moment! by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

    Category - Landscape
    Title: A Beautiful Morning


    It's a Beautiful Morning by Denise Trocio ( www.dtrociophotography.com), on Flickr

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    haven't posted for a while coz well too busy..haha... Steve, good idea,,, makes me want to take some bird picture again!
    made sure Joel hasn't posted any yet, so here I go, a bird portrait from backyard...
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    title, blue bird in backyard
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    Finally went to do some night shots. I actually tried to catch the golden hour on Mount Hamilton, but arrived too late, so I thought I might as well stay a bit and see what the night brings. The moon was too bright for starscapes, but it illuminated the 120inch telescope nicely. And I did not have a flashlight, so I accepted it gladly

    Title: Big White Lens At Night
    Category: Landscape

    102_MG_2514 - Version 2 by ahab1372, on Flickr
    T3i, EF-S 15-85mm @15mm, f/4.5, 21s, ISO 1600

    and this one would be called : "Moving Subject" The telescope was spinning as if they were playing carousel for a children's party, many times right in the middle of an exposure. I also got a few with the lights on inside the telescope, but I did not manage to get a really good shot of that.

    102_MG_2515 by ahab1372, on Flickr
    same settings as above

    both pretty much straight out of camera/Aperture, I currently don't have a proper monitor setup for pp
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahab1372 View Post
    Title: Big White Lens At Night
    Yea, that qualifies as a big white lens - but I don't see the red ring......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busted Knuckles View Post
    Yea, that qualifies as a big white lens - but I don't see the red ring......
    How about you and I go up there one night with a bucket of red paint and a big brush?
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    This is probably a little late for a photo of the week (last week that is), but I'll submit it anyway. Was attempting a high key image, but ended up liking it a bit more contrasty.
    Category - Portrait
    Title - Really Dad Another One?


    High Key by B_R_T, on Flickr

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    Some great shots coming in.
    Entries close this Sunday. We made the first one a week and a half just to get started.
    So my time Sunday night, we'll close it and if you miss the cut off, well you just go into week#2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgood View Post
    This is probably a little late for a photo of the week (last week that is), but I'll submit it anyway. Was attempting a high key image, but ended up liking it a bit more contrasty.
    Category - Portrait
    Title - Really Dad Another One?


    High Key by B_R_T, on Flickr
    That's very good will have to try this myself.
    It would be interesting to see what this shot would be like if you allow only the eyes to have colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgood View Post
    This is probably a little late for a photo of the week (last week that is), but I'll submit it anyway. Was attempting a high key image, but ended up liking it a bit more contrasty.
    Category - Portrait
    Title - Really Dad Another One?


    High Key by B_R_T, on Flickr
    Love it! The right side of her face looks a little hot but that may have been your intention. Beautiful image of your beautiful daughter :-)

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