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Some Really Amazing Photography

Not to mention some amazing locations.

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wow thats great, i love taking pics, but i need to buy a good camera, with some good lenses...


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hehe me to if i could ever afford it. this guy used a Canon EOS Digital Rebel and a Sony DSC-F707.

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that's awesome...he took photos of The Enchanted Forest. I definitely went there as a kid. Didn't seem as blair witch back then though. Weird. I actually live about 15 minutes from there now. Excellent.

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you know whats funny , i have seen a guy that only uses disposable cameras.. and his work is great


so maybe its not the camera its the person....lol


i want a good camera so i can take some pics of thing far away with a good lense, a disposable would be good for upclose but not far away...



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thats spooky

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Cool, there are some pretty creepy places there. I use a film SLR Cannon camera and usually leave it on full manual. With about 4 filters and a few lenses, I have pics that rival some pretty intense didgital pics. I haven't been taking pictures for long though, and I still have not used a DSLR.

Most of my pictures come from car shows though, lol. These pictures are cool, it's a good look at the past where people usually wouldn't look twice if they were there in person.

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Amazing site... I've bookmarked it.

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:shock:

i could make a great movie in this place


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[quote author=superjudge link=topic=29312.msg406683#msg406683 date=1126721377]
Cool, there are some pretty creepy places there. I use a film SLR Cannon camera and usually leave it on full manual. With about 4 filters and a few lenses, I have pics that rival some pretty intense didgital pics. I haven't been taking pictures for long though, and I still have not used a DSLR.
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That's the only way to do it! I'm still using a film SLR myself. I have a Pentax K1000 camera body, and a Ricoh KR-5 Super, with 4 lenses that fit both, plus filters.


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