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jcrazyjj 12-28-2005 12:12 PM

Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection`
 
OK, as some of u might know i have a lil interest in photography, i love taking pictures of boring things and making them look, well, not boring. I was surfin the interweb last night and stumbled accross this site Thomas Hawks Digital Connection. This dudes pictures are amazing, the colors are rich and deep, the composer is great. I love them. I wish I lived in a place with this much character, but i dont!! please tell me im not the only one who thinks that these pictures are suburb!!!

Drefish99 12-28-2005 12:18 PM

This is my friends collection you might be interested in it. http://www.whateverland.com/

DexGtr 12-28-2005 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by jcrazyjj
OK, as some of u might know i have a lil interest in photography, i love taking pictures of boring things and making them look, well, not boring. I was surfin the interweb last night and stumbled accross this site Thomas Hawks Digital Connection. This dudes pictures are amazing, the colors are rich and deep, the composer is great. I love them. I wish I lived in a place with this much character, but i dont!! please tell me im not the only one who thinks that these pictures are suburb!!!

go here if you're interested in photgraphy.... http://www.phototakers.com/forum/

alot of people with talent and they would critique photographs also, plus alot of tips even a homemade macrolens that you could build from a small pair of binoculars, and some mouthwash cap.

btw here are some of mine...not art caliber yet, but i'm trying.








durrell 12-28-2005 12:27 PM

Surprisingly, there's alot of talented photographers over on the Nation in the Small Talk Photography forum, and they're a different breed of ST'ers, haha. Civilized actually, and alot of them would be your age too so if I was you I would check out PBN.

jcrazyjj 12-28-2005 12:31 PM

been tp the Photography Forum on the nation, its ok, still seems smalltalk-ish, Ill try the link dex thanks, ill post some pics when my new SD400 comes in

DexGtr 12-28-2005 12:37 PM

my only advice would be to play with the manual setting...you'll get better pics....i don't even use the presets on my camera....whenever i come to a place i would test it out and adjust my aperture, shutter and exposure settings, before i actually start taking pics.


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