A kiwi-flavored candy tin
Nikon Coolpix L2
Lots of zoom, no special settings
nikon s210: used the remaining sunlight of today to expose the veins of the leaf, my neighborhood has very little foliage this time of year so i was lucky to find one...no filters, no effects, just pure nature
Canon 5D and EF50mm f/1.8. Shot at IS0100, 1/100s, f/8.
Vivitar285HV flash, 1/16th, snooted, aimed at a white background.
I shot this sailboat one-handed and not looking as I was driving down the Santa Monica Incline leading to PCH.
Taken on 3/08/10
18-105mm lens (shot at 80mm)
White balance: "Direct sunlight" setting to make the peach tones appear.
I took this shot of the SI Hirshhorn Museum courtyard water fountain in August of 2008.
I used an Olympus D545, with ISO set at 50 and aperture set to f/4.9 (that's what flickr says).
Just took a shot of the hills in San Jose at the end of the workday in B&W full manual mode.
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS
0.001 sec (1/1000)
Taken with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT with a Canon 18.0-55.0 mm lens f/3.5-5.6. Exposure was f/5.6, 1/160, ISO 400.
Taken at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China at dawn.
Sigma 28-75mm f/2.8 lens
1/250sec, f/7.0, 75mm, ISO 100
Camera: Canon T1i
Stock lens 18-55 mm
This pic is half monotone and half colored sky.
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: 18-70mm Nikkor
Taken from the peak of Killington mountain in Vermont without a tripod
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel XS
Focal Length: 34
F Number: 5.6
Shutter speed: 1/1,000th of a second
Was spur of the moment as I saw my running shoes.
hoto taken in Golden Bay in Malta with my Olympus E410, at an ISO of 100, f/6.3 and an exposure of 1/500. Just a little tweaking of the contrast at home (no other edits).. Doll was abandoned next to a rubbish tip in the sand.. and I thought it looked too eerie to give it a miss!
Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: Tokina 100mm Macro.
Exposure: 1/10 seconds
picture of barley that I took at my friend's house Canon S90, with all options set to auto except with a Macro Focus option enabled.
Nikon D300 with a 18-70DX lens
F7.1, 1/200s, ISO200 at 18mm
-Neoh Soon Hueng
Milwaukee Art Museum, yesterday at about 8am. There was a dense fog over the city so I took the camera for a walk.
Camera is Canon T1i, 17-85 IS USM lens, shot was taken in P mode with +1/3 exposure compensation (1/160 f9.0), auto white balance.
This image was shot on a Mamiya C-220, 80mm Mamiya lens, Fujichrome 100 film. It was shot on an airplane with the sun going down on my way back to chicago from colorado
This was shot with a Kodak Z915 stock lens, with the settings of F3.5 @1/10sec, and an ISO of 800. Not a fancy camera but with no tripod I balanced it on a shoe.
On program mode with auto white balance, and auto ISO, flash turned off.
This is the inside of my clamp lamp. I just sat it in front of my monitor and used that for light.
Exposure: 1/60 sec @ f10
Lense: 28-80mm w/ cheapo attachment
Focal Length: 80mm
Canon Rebel XTi
I took this photo just after seeing the what the contest was, I was sitting at my desk and I saw a jar of change I had and noticed that the coins matched the colour of my desk, simple really.
The camera was on a tripod and I used the infrared remote for Canon cameras to take the photo as to reduce vibrations as much as possible, the camera was set to manual focus to avoid changing the focus when I got the shot the camera set the way I wanted it.
Image Name: 24 pence
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Lens: Tamron Di 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 Tele-Macro
Exp. Time: 10 Sec
Name: Dave Dunn
Camera: Canon Rebel XSi
Lens: Canon 50mm f/1.8 "Nifty Fifty"
Exposure: 4.0 seconds
This was a simple shot taken in my office of an old basket. Camera was set up on desk with lens supported by a roll of tape. Only lighting available was the fluorescent overhead and an old mini Maglite was used over the basket pointed straight down as a spot light for the "glare".
Subject: Evening clouds of late winter over Connecticut.
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM
Focal Length: 78mm
Exposure: 1/20 sec
This shot was taken on the patio of the Equinox Hotel in Manchester, Vermont.
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel XTi
Lens: Sigma 28mm f/1.8
Shutter Speed: 1/2 sec
ISO Speed: 200
Inspiration came from the lead photo. I am constantly astonished by the vast hues throughout nature, and in particular, the red cabbage has been a vegetable of great curiosity. The hardest part of this challenge was to find a grocery store that had red cabbage in stock. Enjoy the mesmerizing purple folds.
Cropped and resized in MS Office Picture Manager, compressed with imageoptimizer (online).
Tried to get the small version under 100k, but the colors glitch at that quality, so... yeah. I did my best.
It's a picture of my welcome mat. Shot with my Canon PowerShot G9 using the macro mode. ISO: 100, f/2.8, 1/100s. A bit of cropping and color correction done in Picasa.
Setup: Simple window blinds from an angle, looks like a B&W test pattern.
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Nikon 35mm f/1.8
Shutter speed: 1/60s
Admiral Ackbar at home in Mon Calamari.
Canon 5D Mark II
Nikkor 85mm w/ Canon Adapter
Shutter Speed 30.0s
This is a action figure from the 80's on bedsheets.
Key light is coming from a Fantom 2TB External Harddrive Light.
Aperture was used to bring out an aqua monotone.
The shot was taken in London around the Borough Market/South Bank area. I used a Canon 40D set to ISO 200 with an 85mm primes lens. 1/100th shutter speed @ f2.
Setup: These are Chinese porcelain figurines about six inches high, sitting in a white Ikea Billy bookcase. The "sun" behind them is a spherical globe lamp with an orange CFL bulb in it.
Camera: Nothing special. It's a 10mp Fuji Finepix s5700 set to "super macro" mode. ISO 64 2.3" F 4.5.
Just decided to start taking photos of the back of my girlfriends head, and her quaff of hair.
Camera Model: Pentax K-x
Lens: Pentax SMC DA 55-300mm
Flash: Pentax AF-540FGZ
Shutter Speed: 1/180
Focal Length: 300mm (digital)
ISO Speed: ISO 100
It was shot with a D200 on ISO 100, Program, auto WB, stock lens, used 2 rims of paper as a tripod.
I cropped, straightened in out, and fixed the white balance in photoshop's camera raw, than distorted it a bit in photoshop (lens correction).
I took a 5mW green laser, and aimed it at some aluminum in the bathroom. The diffusion you see is exactly what is produced. no photochopping or color tweaks made to the picture. Getting clear pictures was a tough since the diffusion would only happen in some areas, which made holding the laser straight and in a very, very small spot the most difficult of all.
Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Title: "My girlfriend mess"
Canon EOS 450 D
Lens EF-S 18-55mm
a picture I took last night with my film camera I believe
fits into your challenge requirements.
Taken on 3/10/2010 at 61 Street, Woodside Train Station, NY
Camera: Nikon F100
Lens: Nikkor AF 50mm 1:1.8D
Film: Kodak Gold 200
Settings: Aperture priority at f/1.8, camera chose 1/30 shutter speed.
Developed at my local lab in Sunnisyde, NY, scanned with Epson
Perfection V600 Photo.
Just cleaned the dust with Photoshop and cropped.
-Aldo R. Altamirano
Camera: Canon Powershot SD1100is
Exposure: 1/125 sec.
Focal Length: 6mm
White Balance: Manual.
This shot is a macro shot of my boxer/rottweiler mix.
Camera: Canon t2i
Lens: Canon 28-135 ƒ/3.5-5.6 IS USM
SHOT taken in national park "Nevados del Ruiz"/Colombia with CANON EOS 350D, original Canon Lens 18-55mm @ 55mm, F/5.6, 1/500s, ISO 250
Taken during some rainy weather with a Canon EOS 500D & the 18-55mm IS Kit Lens, 1/100, ISO 100, f/7.1, 49mm
Love the effect the water has at adding in some extra tones and shapes that would otherwise not be present.
This is a photo of the shoulders and neck of a bottle of spring
harvest, fresh pressed olive oil.
Shot on a Canon Rebel XSI with a Canon 17-85mm lens.
Date Taken: 3/11/2010
Focal Length: 85mm
Exposure Time: 1/200
Shot in a "white tent" with 1x Alien Bees B800 Flash Unit. Touched up
in photoshop with "levels" and "unsharp mask".
lens john s
hong kong 1976 filter
sunny san antonio, filling up at the pump.
It is a close up shot of a paper pineapple. I shot it using existing lighting (mostly florescent) in my college's cafeteria.
Pentax K-x Body
smc PENTAX DA L 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL Lens
Shot during daylight in my backyard. Picture is a close-up of my Air Conditioning unit.
f/5 - 1/60s - Tungsten white balance - ISO 100 - 18-55@42mm
I lucked out finding tiny, pale yellow spider on the mirror of my cream colored bathroom. I admit I cleaned up the mirror a bit in Paint.NET
Canon PowerShot SD1000 point & shoot in macro mode, no zoom
ISO Speed: 200
Camera: Nikon D90
Lens: 105mm Prime
My wife's whole grains perched atop our fridge - taken with my Canon S90 @ ISO 80, F2, 15" exposure on my tripod propped up on the counter. The washout was assisted by wonderfully bright kitchen ceiling fan light.
Nikon D90 with Tamron 90mm Macro - 1/250 sec at f/4.5 ISO 1600
Camera: EX-Z750 Auto-Point and Shoot
Taken with a Nikon D90 equipped with the 35mm f1.8 lens. Taken at 1/80 sec. exposure f1.8 ISO200.
Wasn't too much technique involved, all the carburetors were just set out and I started snapping away like there was no tomorrow. All I did in PS was desaturate the image, nothing more.
GF1, ISO 100, painted apples
My new rubber band ball (Thanks to my paperboy Caleb). I used my Olympus E-PL1 with a 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko lens. The picture was taken with the camera on a coffee table with ISO 100, f/3.6, 2.5" shutter speed.
I used my iPhone at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. Jelly-fishes don't have any color, but the blue comes from a reflection on the tank.
Nikon D60, f/8, 1/6 s, ISO 400, 18-55@45mm.
Shot with Blackberry 8530 phone camera, adjusted in Irfanview.