This is shot with a canon G11. F:4 Shutter Speed: 1/60 ISO:80 Focal Legnth: 6.1mm
This is in Tanzania at the Ngoro Ngoro Crater. It is a shot of our massai guide and my uncle john, while they discussed the plants and wildlife that were native to the area. This was part of a two hour trek through the fields of the ngoro ngoro crater
For these shots I used my friend Emily's Nikon L100 DSLR and I have no idea what settings or anything I used. As to the photo and how it happened, me, and a group of my friends were hanging out in Emily's camper.
Shot was taken with a Canon 50D 28-135mm f/1:3.5-5.6 at 135mm f/5.6 1/6400s ISO3200.
Was taken Sunday June13th. It was the morning of the last day of the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. My friend had just woken up to 90 degree heat at 8:00am in his tent after having been out rocking until 4:00am.
this picture was taken at a cookout in my house
camera i used was a Canon Rebel
I was walking around the Haight Ashbury Street Fair this weekend, when a motorcycle club (Wanted Dead or Alive) roared up and parked their Harleys at the corner of Clayton and Haight. Canon 5D Mark II with a 70-200 f/2.8 lens. I was shooting RAW at ISO 400, 1/2500 second, f/5.
Was at a wedding at a really nice golf course. I used my Canon 50D with a 50mm F1.4 lens. The settings was at F1.4 to get quick shots as the sun was starting to set.
this week my friends had a reunion and took a class photo. I tried to get their .5-second attention spans towards the camera but gave up and found this perfect candid shot. I have a canon G-10 and a tripod.
I found myself listening to my friends daughter BEG a teenager to be her friend.. Luckily i was hidden in the digout or I wouldve missed this great expression on her face when she was denied friendship.
Nikon D300 18-135mm Zoom @ 52mm f/14 1/800s ISO 320
Just taking pictures of my wife sunbathing then our son pops in on the side of the shots. I thought his facial expression was awesome. She's not actually topless, I removed the bikini top string with Photoshop to enhance my son's candid expression.
150mm (55-200mm lens)
This was during a friend's wedding reception yesterday evening. The subject is the sister of the groom
Canon 5Dmk2, 85mm f1.2, f4, 1/200s, iso200
during an implied nude session in a public place, a family stumbled across our shoot. As the parents quickly apologized and diverted, their 2yo boy kept walking toward and reaching out to my model, saying "pretty lady." This was her reaction (she had her back to the child to cover up).
Canon EOS 500D, taken at 250mm. Taken on a warm summer's day at the Music Society Garden Party, Queens' College, Cambridge, UK. Minor colour tweaking done in Photoshop.
Taken with an iphone 3G with the "Hipstamatic" app. I was sitting in a meeting for work, and they were discussing something totally irrelevant to me, so I took out my phone and made it look like I was checking my email
Canon EOS Rebel XSi
Canon EF-S 18-55mm
We were getting inside to seat for dinner and the host asked our friend to light the candles so I took a shot changing the speed and aperture because we were outside and got this shot.
I took this picture of a couple of friends while we were having breakfast at a café. It was shot using what I believe to be a Canon Rebel 1000 (2nd hand) and a 35-80mm EF lens at 35mm at f/4 with manual focus onto Kodak 200 film.
Nikon D5000, 200mm, 1/100", f/8, ISO-200
I was waiting at the train station when this woman and her son sat down. I loved how happy the kid was and quickly shot 10 or 12 photos
While waiting for our table outside my niece was running back and forth between the benches we were seated at. When she finally stop running I decided to pull out my camera to take a picture, but right before I could take the shot she bolted off again leaving my with this great shot. I used a Sony DSC-HX5V travel zoom
While taking pictures of the landscape, these two children walked in front of me. They ignored my camera with their minds set on playing Uno with one of our teachers who was chaperoning the trip. The moment was truly adorable.
Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC LD Aspherical [IF] Macro
The picture was takken with a Polaroid 900z film camera fully automatic with Fujifilm Superia X-TRA iso 400. the girl in the picture was admiring her drawings on a wall in a street performance
35mm Nikkor (fixed focal length)
I was out with my girlfriend (Leslie) and her adorable twin girls at Wendy's.
I took this picture with my Canon G11 set at wide angle,
Me and my mate Thomas just flew back from Mexico last night, this was at the ruins of Tulum.
"New to the Pool"
Went to the local pool with my friend and her 19 month old for his first swim lesson.
All of the kids were having a great time (many fun candids) but these two girls were especially captivating as they held hands together walking into the pool.
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF-1 with pancake lens on iA setting
Taken on my BlackBerry Storm2 on my back porch. The wife and kids were waiting at the window for my return. Looks like my daughter caught me but everyone else is occupied.
Nikon D3000, NIKKOR 18-55mm, ISO 320, f/5.0, 38mm, Exposure: 1/1000 sec
My sister decided to run towards my dad when she saw he had cake, so I decided to take a picture of her frantic sprint for sweet chocolate goodness.
-Caton Del Rosario
Used a Canon 1000D. 18-55 lens, ISO 200.
This is at a Hindu wedding. Generally a long three-four hour long ceremony that begins early in the morning and ends sometime around lunchtime. This was toward the end of the ritual; the groom giving his bride a hand.
Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Lens: 10 - 22mm
Exposure Time: 1/125 sec
Exposure length: 22mm
Flash: 580EX II Speedlight
During a shoot I was trying to elicit an angry look from her and clearly I was trying to hard because all of a sudden she turned away from the camera and just burst out laughing.
The lady in the photos name is Tammy, she works at a Waffle House in North Carolina. She was one of the nicest waitresses I've had the pleasure of being helped by. My technique just involved me pretending to read something on my iPhone and wait for a great opportunity to take the shot
Camera = Nikon D5000 with 18-55 lens.
The subject is my buddy Dave, fresh back from a nearly 12 month stint in Mexico. Here he is teaching me some songs that he finds handy to have around "for the ladies".
As i was arguing with my girlfriend about who is going to take the best picture, i decided to snap it. Its the time when "El monumento de la restauracion" gets crowded at night. Just in the sun set.
White iPhone 3g, no lents, ISO 1016 default
My boyfriend came on me braging that he could take a better picture than me for this contest. And while we were waiting for (el monumento de los 30 caballeros de santiago) to get full i took it.
Photograph taken with a Nikon D700 and a 70-300mm Nikon lens at 250mm, f/5.6 at 1/200.
I walked by and wanted to capture an sincere image of the street performer, so I set myself on the other side of the bridge where she was performing, and waited to capture the moment.
I shot this on thursday with a Nikon D90, ISO 400, F29, 2"
It was my buddy's 34th birthday party in Central Park, Sheep's Meadow...He wasn't really looking forward to the melba toast and cheese, but rather the amazing bottle we smuggled in of Semillion that he was eyeing.
Taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i at f/4, .25 second exposure, iso 800, and 10mm focal length.
I was having a bonfire with some friends when I realized how beautiful it was and instantly climbed the nearest tree, camera on my back
Pentax k-x w/ 18-55mm kit lens
I just recently got my new k-x and have been taking pictures like a mad man.
This was the only photo I took on my walk with our dog
Taken at the Silver Spring Metro station outside of DC. Taken with a Samsung L210 point and shoot ISO 200 F 4.0 and 1/250 shutter and no flash.
Taken at my good friend's daughter's 3rd birthday party this weekend.
Canon EOS 7D
EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens
Exposure 1/125 at f/2.8
Camera: Harinezumi version 2
This is at a wine tasting on the 17th of June 2010 at the Dragonette Cellars official opening in Los Olivos, California
Canon Rebel XSi, 15-55mm lens
Aperture: f / 4
Shutter Speed: 1/60s
Took a billion shots without aiming at a party until something looked artistic.
Friday night a couple of my closest friends and i went out to coney island for a band we knew and a few drinks, we forgot that the fireworks show was every friday night at 930pm.
Taken with Android phone
"That's 'a my boy."
Camera - iphone.