Some Belthane pictures

Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by Neo-hippie, May 3, 2007.

  1. Neo-hippie

    Neo-hippie Member

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    Hi everyone, i had a most wonderful Belthane celebration this year, and i just felt like sharing some of the pics, hoep you enjoy as much a s i did...


    Peace

    Blessed be...


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  2. Neo-hippie

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    So that's me...
     
  3. Neo-hippie

    Neo-hippie Member

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    Boris the spider....
     
  4. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

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    Awesome photography... what are you using for equipment? I'm curious as to the settings for your moon picture... it's awesome!
     
  5. Neo-hippie

    Neo-hippie Member

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    My moon?:) It's yours just as much as it is mine friend;)
     
  6. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

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    He said your moon picture. ;)


    Dude, those are some awesome pictures! Especially that one of the moon, since I never get it so big on a pic. How did ya do that?
     
  7. beautifulhippie2

    beautifulhippie2 TyeDyeChicka!

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    Those are really really neat. Me likey!!!!
     
  8. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

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    Gee thanks pal... I was wondering about how you were able to frame the image with such detailed clarity as I've been able to get little beyond a blurry glowing disk with my digital. Maybe I need to purchase a lens or maybe it's just the settings that need to be played with. I guess I should look elsewhere for answers -eh?
     
  9. Neo-hippie

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    ah sorry, used a tripod for stability, then used a long shutter time with a low diaphragm, the moon is very hard to shoot, blurriness can come from lots of things, you can even overlight it. hope this makes some sence to you...
    Goodluck with it
     
  10. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

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    Thanks.... I'm thinking I need to get a lens in addition to better learning how my camera works. I assumed the tripod since low light images require a longer exposure time and any camera movement will adversely affect the sharpness... but thus far, I only get a general out of focus fuzz as opposed to the directional blur associated with motion.
     
  11. Wond'ringAloud

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    Wonderful pictures...I love the bug.
     

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