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Love this Shot #1
 
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Just something I stumbled upon online. Interesting picture of JFK by Arnold Newman

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http://www.artnet.com/auctions/artists/a...wman/jfk-4

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(01-Oct-2012 01:40)juice wrote:  [Image: 4.jpg]

By Deimante Ceciene

its because its Australia ?

"It would cost you money not to buy it!"

"I've done the calculation and your chances of winning the lottery are identical whether you play or not"

"EVERYONE around me had head injuries."
08-Nov-2012 18:00
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(08-Nov-2012 16:21)Oskar wrote:  Interesting picture of JFK by Arnold Newman
Decent photographer, Arnold.

(08-Nov-2012 18:00)Sigma Pi wrote:  its because its Australia ?
Oh, of course.

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(08-Nov-2012 18:58)juice wrote:  
(08-Nov-2012 16:21)Oskar wrote:  Interesting picture of JFK by Arnold Newman
Decent photographer, Arnold.
Yeah, he's ok. Icon_cheesygrin

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[Image: broadcom-scott-mcgregor-1354925262.jpg]

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(10-Dec-2012 05:13)Case wrote:  Scott Mcgregor
Who or what is this bloke, and why do you love the shot?

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Corporate CEO shot, i love his chin.

Thought i'd try revitalizing the dead thread and i remembered your advice to post pics in old threads.

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Going to post a few, more the photographers that I like not just one single photo they have made. Icon_smile

Gregory Crewdson

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[Image: 11_12_2008_0094500001228991765_gregory_crewdson.jpg]

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edit - no link... just a book, but you can google him. :P

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(10-Dec-2012 05:13)Case wrote:  [Image: broadcom-scott-mcgregor-1354925262.jpg]

Scott Mcgregor

You love this shot? The photographer could have been a bit more creative.

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nice oskar

"It would cost you money not to buy it!"

"I've done the calculation and your chances of winning the lottery are identical whether you play or not"

"EVERYONE around me had head injuries."
10-Dec-2012 16:45
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(10-Dec-2012 16:45)Sigma Pi wrote:  nice oskar

8x10 camera, movie production set with lights borrowed from Hollywood and photoshop. Icon_cheesygrin But I can see why he is getting money to make these shots. Icon_smile

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Faking the lights through the window is difficult. I like that first image a lot.

10-Dec-2012 23:32
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Rosie Pedlow and Joe King - Strange Lights

Video preview - http://vimeo.com/14732196 the original is ~7 minutes long (if I remember correctly) stop motion video.

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http://www.rca.ac.uk/Default.aspx?Conten...ryID=36764

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(10-Dec-2012 23:32)Ralphbro wrote:  Faking the lights through the window is difficult. I like that first image a lot.

Random BTS picture of another photography by Crewdson. Icon_smile

[Image: brief_encounters.jpg]

And here is someones guess of lightning in that shot. Icon_smile

http://guessthelighting.com/wp-content/u...itchen.jpg

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You beat me to it with the avatar, Case. Very nice.

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Nice avy Case! Icon_smile

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Wow, that's a phenomenal BTS.

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(10-Dec-2012 23:59)juice wrote:  Wow, that's a phenomenal BTS.

Indeed, his production values for a single shot comes close to a movie scene ...

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How can you make up for expense like that with stills?

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He is a well known fine art photographer, his prints (large size ~40x60") are sold for large sums of money. Icon_smile

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Damn... just how many monkeys were in the pipeworks?

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(11-Dec-2012 00:02)DJ wrote:  How can you make up for expense like that with stills?

I thought the same, DJ, the first time I came across Crewdson a few years ago in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dinqz0AOpQ0

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(10-Dec-2012 23:39)Oskar wrote:  
(10-Dec-2012 23:32)Ralphbro wrote:  Faking the lights through the window is difficult. I like that first image a lot.

Random BTS picture of another photography by Crewdson. Icon_smile

[Image: brief_encounters.jpg]

And here is someones guess of lightning in that shot. Icon_smile

http://guessthelighting.com/wp-content/u...itchen.jpg

sweet jebus

"It would cost you money not to buy it!"

"I've done the calculation and your chances of winning the lottery are identical whether you play or not"

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real photos that look fake Icon_cool

http://kdvr.com/2012/02/23/real-photos-that-look-fake/

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I know this might not necessarily count as a single shot, but it kinda is and i find it extremely well done and very interesting, i can only imagine the amount of work needed.

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Yeah, that's pretty cool.

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I dig it, just need to buy 23 more cameras. Icon_smile

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(16-Dec-2012 04:02)Sheldon N wrote:  I dig it, just need to buy 23 more 1D-X bodies. Icon_smile
...which I will do tomorrow Icon_smile

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Credit card is blazing!! Icon_smile

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(16-Dec-2012 04:08)juice wrote:  
(16-Dec-2012 04:02)Sheldon N wrote:  I dig it, just need to buy 23 more 1D-X bodies. Icon_smile
...which I will do tomorrow Icon_smile

getting some from Scott? Icon_razz

"It would cost you money not to buy it!"

"I've done the calculation and your chances of winning the lottery are identical whether you play or not"

"EVERYONE around me had head injuries."
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(16-Dec-2012 04:10)Sheldon N wrote:  Credit card is blazing!! Icon_smile
14fps Icon_smile

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(10-Dec-2012 23:39)Oskar wrote:  
(10-Dec-2012 23:32)Ralphbro wrote:  Faking the lights through the window is difficult. I like that first image a lot.

Random BTS picture of another photography by Crewdson. Icon_smile

[Image: brief_encounters.jpg]

And here is someones guess of lightning in that shot. Icon_smile

http://guessthelighting.com/wp-content/u...itchen.jpg


now that would be an awkward situation if they were relying on a flakey MM model to hopefully turn up!!Icon_mrgreenIcon_lol

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(16-Dec-2012 07:39)Damo wrote:  now that would be an awkward situation if they were relying on a flakey MM model to hopefully turn up!!Icon_mrgreenIcon_lol
The voice of experience returns Icon_smile

Hunt them down and blind them with yer Profoto, Mr Profoto Man.

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[Image: 528387_391801034240052_195759003_n.jpg]

Name is Scott. I'm not people I'm a wizard.

I take average images and PS the hell out of them.
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Icon_eek.................................Icon_mrgreen

Mankins are lumps of cold, dead plastic. But that doesn't mean they don't turn me on.
With friends like these, who needs mankins? I do, that's who.
I love pinging my junk with a rubber band. Dr Snip taught me how.
I lead an underworld cult of mankin people.
WTFWJD?

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Bed hair.

No idea how they managed to get it to stay like that

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I thought it was some sort of snuggie

"It would cost you money not to buy it!"

"I've done the calculation and your chances of winning the lottery are identical whether you play or not"

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(19-Dec-2012 08:47)Case wrote:  Bed hair.

No idea how they managed to get it to stay like that

Enuff hairspray you can get anything to stick. LOL

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(19-Dec-2012 21:04)Shoms wrote:  
(19-Dec-2012 08:47)Case wrote:  Bed hair.

No idea how they managed to get it to stay like that

Enuff hairspray you can get anything to stick. LOL

Anything??

Here in Boston, you can spray spiders with hair spray and you don't even need to light a match. They will run away but they don't get far as the chemicals in the spray soak into their skin and they either die or get stiff, I can't really tell. Either way, they're dead.

I doubt a full bottle of hair spray will slow down one of Rudi's pals. In fact, I bet if Rudi tried to spray a Huntsman he'd be sorry!!! Probably piss it off as much as that silly salt-gun thing.

.22 snake shot, or go home. Of course Ralphbro could probably take one out with a bow and arrow from across the room Icon_lolIcon_lol

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Hell ya!

Yo, Adrian, look at the spider I just whacked.

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Mankins are lumps of cold, dead plastic. But that doesn't mean they don't turn me on.
With friends like these, who needs mankins? I do, that's who.
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I lead an underworld cult of mankin people.
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Wow. I betcha DJ has one of those.

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... and I betcha DJ doesn't have a spider problem.

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[Image: davidburnett1956201.jpg]

Speedgraphic shooting the Olympics - some great shots: http://www.davidburnett.com/gallery.html...s&skipno=0

(Not all with the Speedgraphic, some with a 5DmkIII)

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Difficult though it may be, there's no dumber looking sport than synchronized swimming:

http://www.davidburnett.com/gallery.html...s&skipno=0

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Interestingly enough Dave, the wife of the owner of the gym I belonged to way back was the first to win a gold in synchronized swimming.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracie_Ruiz

Mankins are lumps of cold, dead plastic. But that doesn't mean they don't turn me on.
With friends like these, who needs mankins? I do, that's who.
I love pinging my junk with a rubber band. Dr Snip taught me how.
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(08-Feb-2013 23:26)Ralphbro wrote:  Interestingly enough Dave, the wife of the owner of the gym I belonged to way back was the first to win a gold in synchronized swimming.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracie_Ruiz

"Tracie Lehuanani Ruiz-Conforto (born February 4, 1963 in Hawaii) is a three-time Olympic medalist from the United States in solo synchronized swimming."

Doesn't that kind of take the challenge out of it, Ralph?

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(08-Feb-2013 23:26)Ralphbro wrote:  I belonged to way back was the first to win a gold in synchronized swimming.

You neglected to mention that she won a gold in solo synchronized swimming.

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Dammit! Dave's google-fu was faster than mine! Icon_smile

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"5 Solo synchronised swimming
1992

This exercise in stupidity sneaked its way on to the O-list in 1984, only to be cast out in 1992. Perhaps this had something to do with the fact that one lonely person floating in a pool could never, would never, be in sync with anyone else (pedants maintain that it's the choreography that is synchronised with the music). Whatever, it's no big loss, and the strange smiles, nose clips and pointless treading of water linger on, courtesy of the two- and eight-person team events."


The above was number 5 on this list:

http://observer.guardian.co.uk/osm/story...44,00.html

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