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    Re: Night Time Work

    All of you are inspiring me to get out and risk catching cold --- fool that I am, I will do it--

    Keep 'em coming --- these are terrific!
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    Re: Night Time Work

    I can see this thread turning into the B&W thread, a stack of great photo's that no-one has ever seen before....keep them coming.

    I haven't done any night photography in a while, so I'll post up the shots I do have. They are about 4 months old.





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    Re: Night Time Work

    Great stuff guys, I’ve yet to experiment with night photography but I am feeling very inspired. Maybe, if I can come up with something decent I’ll post it.

    Cheers,
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    Re: Night Time Work

    An intersection of 5 different individuals, 5 different life-styles.
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    Re: Night Time Work

    . . . see what you started Rick ? :thumbsup:
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by danic
    I can see this thread turning into the B&W thread, a stack of great photo's that no-one has ever seen before....keep them coming.

    I haven't done any night photography in a while, so I'll post up the shots I do have. They are about 4 months old.

    WOAH!!! LOVE this shot Danic!!!

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    Re: Night Time Work

    The previous post with this night pic is mine - not Ruffus's.
    I was doing some camera around the world stuff, and forgot to change user names !
    Don't yah just luv computers ? :mad2:
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Alison
    WOAH!!! LOVE this shot Danic!!!
    Cheers Alison
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    Re: Night Time Work

    I took this one on a recent trip to Disney World. Thought I would share.


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    Re: Night Time Work

    Just found out this place is lit at night so might do better with a tripod instead of just vr.
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Here ya go. I've got 60 cameras in the field for my master's research right now, and here's a nice one I got.
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruffus_Griffin
    . . . see what you started Rick ? :thumbsup:
    Excellent !!!

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    Re: Night Time Work

    I agree. Fantastic night work! :thumbsup: Thanks for adding these danic.More!

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Nice work everyone, WoW... Danic... Excellent. :thumbsup:

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    Re: Night Time Work

    Awesome images! Greg, you would be the one to make construction equipment look beautiful...

    A couple from Gulf Shores this summer...

    A storm coming into the beach... ridiculous lens flare courtesy crappy lens and a bunch of light sources around the hotel pool below.




    Crabbing. Ocean texture provided by moonlight.


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    Nice going all.:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Danic, great shots... :thumbsup: I have to agree with Alison on that last picture.
    Where was the picture taken and whats in the shot?

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    Re: Night Time Work

    JamesV,

    It is a shot of Melbourne, overlooking the Yarra river. There are a lot more photographic opportunities in Melbourne, I didn't get as much time as I would have liked, but that's the way it goes. The building on the left is an Arts Centre (I think?) with a newspaper building on the right (Herald Sun). I'm glad you like it.

    Here are some more, some digital and some film.





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    Brad, Danic.....Awesome


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    Re: Night Time Work

    This has been up before, (. . . one of my favorites)
    and it is night time ! :thumbsup:
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    Re: Night Time Work

    I've made it one of my favorites! Great photo Rivman!
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    Re: Night Time Work

    Don't know how I missed this thread. Seems like the only type of shooting I have been doing lately is at night, or early in the morning. Yesterday I was out shooting starting around 4:00. I didn't get a chance to look at those images yet.

    I took this one last weekend.
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    Great dozer shots-Greg,you have started something !

    I'm just getting into the night idea-one of these guys is the security guard.
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    'Along Meer's Street' ... HDR on digital.





    'Murrumbidgee Moon' ... double exposure shot on film.





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