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choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
choklit-cows:

Guns, God, and Government World Tour

BEST show ever!
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thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
thephotographerssociety:

wannabeanimator:

'The Secret to Composition' tutorial

Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 34.
Hi all.
I found this posting yesterday, perhaps you saw it already, but I liked it and maybe it’s quite useful as bookmark or so.
Rules in photography maybe quite helpful at least for me, even if I don’t have any professional ambitions, everything I know is self-tought and I mainly shoot with my phone and some obscure old cams.
But specially the composition and the problems with that maybe of interest. I like page #4 and the examples. Of course I heard about the rule of thirds and the golden mean. But I personally often  ignore that. I like skies and skies are often the most important element in my pics. So I basically work with the rule of forth or fifth.
The golden spiral, the picture with the rose. I love it and I honestly wasn’t aware that this slight deviation to the corner looks so good. Have to check that out perhaps in the next days.
And I also liked the pictures on page #6, the idea of adding people to architectural photography. I normally try to avoid that. Perhaps wrong. Quite obvious that the pictures look better with the persons on it.
Hope you liked it and it inspires you a bit.
Cheers, until next week,
Hubertus
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va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
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Saturday, 9am
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Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
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va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

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gray-card:

va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
gray-card:

va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
gray-card:

va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
gray-card:

va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
gray-card:

va103:

Night Seattle
Washington, USA
for Gray-Card's Passport to the World Passport

Saturday, 9am
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mycreativevoid:

Bodega Bay 5.2014
“The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you are hiding but you forget, you are just looking so much.”
~Annie lebovitz
MyCreativeVoid  © Taylor St. Photography 2014 
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photojojo:

Announcing our *very first* custom photo print service: Engineer Prints!
Big big big (big) photo prints made on large format printers normally used for architecture and engineering plans.
Streaks, striations and wacked out gray tones make for an a-typical print with tons of character!
Turn Any Photo into a 4 Foot Print

 
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Beautiful simplicity
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antandros:

La Mata
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va103:

Forest wildflowers
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photosworthseeing:

arthakkerphotography:

bury cathedral roof on Flickr.
The roof at Bury Cathedral. A slightly different take on a #Fisheye shot. #hdrphotography #ARTHAKKER #photomatixpro

http://arthakkerphotography.tumblr.com/
Love the way this cathedral is presented, great composition.
PWS- Gerardo