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Discussion in 'Photography' started by Iris, Feb 24, 2015.
nice, I like these landscape ones better than the closeup ones
the close ups are where i'm comfortable atm. but i do love picturing anything in nature
hey, you should figure another trip to the zoo with your newer cam and fancy lenses, reptile/insect section.
is your current gear good for 'dew on hairy spider legs' type stuff ?
I thought about that, but i watched my old zoo trip and i noticed that there's such a sad tone in all of those pictures. But maybe someday when it's slightly warmer.
No, i don't have a macro lens for my new full frame camera. I have a good portrait lens and close ups (but not too close up) and a zoom lens which is has a very good range for landscapes and it can be also an all purpose lens. The quality of it though it's excellent!
what sad 'tone' ?
I thought they were great, you should do it again with your better gear now even if it's not thousands of $ type ultra pro ones or whatever
i mean the animals at zoo i think are kinda sad or more their situation is sad being trapped there...
but i should do a new visit someday, yes.
oh, yeah.. remember knut ?
reptiles and insects though, probably don't have a brain big enough to feel sad and trapped ?
I actually do remember him
today sure doesn't look/ feel like winter to me
[MENTION=217]Sheolite[/MENTION] , where's that snow you mentioned awhile ago?
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yeah, full of`em
Back on topic...
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Those nature scenes are excellent! I like dark and brooding pictures and your pictures bring a certain desolate feeling among all the life contained therein. Reminds me of a Red Sparrowes album cover or some other Post-Rock instrumental band.
Thank you so much ! To be honest my new project keeps me very motivated and engaged, at least atm.
As about the mood, i'm so glad when i'm able to set it with my photos. It's probably one of the most difficult tasks... make you see and feel just as i do when i'm there.