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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by walterick
    Hey I might actually have one for this thread Give me a couple of days.
    I sure hope it's not that ass shot.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    OT, Joy is breath-taking. Is she in the arts or artistic? I always get that feeling from her every time I see her pic.
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JETA
    OT, Joy is breath-taking. Is she in the arts or artistic? I always get that feeling from her every time I see her pic.
    That's very sweet of you JETA. I'll pass that on to her for sure. She might get a laugh out of the artistic part. We both lament our non artistic abilities. She is an educator, in the administrative end now but when she was in the classroom she taught English.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    That's very sweet of you JETA. I'll pass that on to her for sure. She might get a laugh out of the artistic part. We both lament our non artistic abilities. She is an educator, in the administrative end now but when she was in the classroom she taught English.
    Well, go buy her a paint brush or a piano. She totally looks the part!
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Thanks for starting the thread OT, and beautiful shots everybody. Here is one of mine...
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    I've posted this one in the past. I know it still not technically in OT's theme either. This shot is in a large cave with holes in the roof (and that's my boy). But, I like it...
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    And finally, one that does use ambient light only inside a room (but from an open door). My two girls...
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchool
    Thanks for starting the thread OT, and beautiful shots everybody. Here is one of mine...

    Love all three. Those glasses are terrific. Wonderful color and use of that great light coming in the window.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Thanks OT,

    You know... For the glasses, I walked into that one early morning. I grabbed my camera and shot it. I then posed the glasses various ways. The sun was moving. I was trying to get fancy.

    My first shot was the best.. just how I originally found things.

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Just posted this in the "Capture a Stranger" thread, but thought it might be a good fit here...

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastian
    Just posted this in the "Capture a Stranger" thread, but thought it might be a good fit here...

    Wonderful image for this thread. Very interesting photo. What's the back story here?
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchool
    I've posted this one in the past. I know it still not technically in OT's theme either. This shot is in a large cave with holes in the roof (and that's my boy). But, I like it...
    Wow! Where is that? That looks like a really awesome place to go!! :thumbsup:

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Wonderful image for this thread. Very interesting photo. What's the back story here?
    Thanks OT. No backstory here, just a man riding a bus in Szczecin, Poland. I loved the way his bright jacket stood out among the darker colors, so I shot two or three frames.
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    Wink ...just don't add any artificial light.

    As I see a lamp glowing in the background.

    Tsk! Tsk!

    ;-)

    Great shot Larry, and Joy looks as lovely as ever!!!
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

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    Wow! Where is that? That looks like a really awesome place to go!! :thumbsup:

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    Hi Amber,

    That is Cenote Samula near Valladolid, Yucatan. Here is a write up on them:

    http://www.yucatantoday.com/destinat...ng-cenotes.htm

    And they are an incredible place to visit/swim. Just the best way to escape the heat of mid-day.
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    Re: ...just don't add any artificial light.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed
    As I see a lamp glowing in the background.

    Tsk! Tsk!

    ;-)

    Great shot Larry, and Joy looks as lovely as ever!!!
    Thanks Robert! You know I never even thought about that lamp being on in the background. I guess I broke my own rule and didn't even realize it.

    It's about time for a few more of the lovely Dawn as well Speed.
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    Re: ...just don't add any artificial light.

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    Thanks Robert! You know I never even thought about that lamp being on in the background. I guess I broke my own rule and didn't even realize it.

    You were blinded by the BEAUTY before you!!! How could you have possibly seen that lamp?

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    Re: ...just don't add any artificial light.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alison

    You were blinded by the BEAUTY before you!!! How could you have possibly seen that lamp?
    Great explanation Ali!! I don't know why I didn't think of that in the first place. That must have been it.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    well it's me or the dog, and the dog won't get off her damn pillow.

    btw, rick, if you look closely, you can see my eyes are open this time.
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    WOW! Stunning SP adi!!!

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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    thanks...

    I've lost all motivation to get done what needs to be done. At least playing with the camara could be considered working...
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Wow!! :thumbsup: Now I have a brand new favorite photo of you. Love the PP treatment on this photograph. Such a provocative look makes one forget your the mother of two and the apple of an adoring beagles eye. That's not even mentioning your a devoted cheese head. Boy can looks be deceiving.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    You'd only be so lucky!

    You can take that copy down off your fridge and scan it if you want
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    This looks waaay dark on my monitor Amber. I especially want to see the cat's face and that is particularly hard to make out. Try sitting him in front of a window without direct sunlight coming through and try photographing him in that light.
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    Re: A New Window Light Thread

    Sweet!
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