I took this picture at a local Applebees and I was impressed with how the beer matched the color of the table so I hovered above and snapped a few pictures and this one came out the best. I used a Nikon D90 camera with a 50mm lens. The ISO was on auto
Shot my wedding ring on top of my Apple wireless keyboard in a dark room with the only light coming from a full screen, blank white (practically yellow tinge free!) image on an iMac 27" i7. It's shot in color.
Olympus E-P1 body with Lumix G 20/F1.7 pancake lens: 1/50 sec at f/1.7, ISO 200
Shot on a Canon 5d Mark II. 70mm. ISO 50 F/ 13 1/400
I decided to place my husband and his yellow hat and yellow shirt in front of a nearby yellow wall.
I used my Nikon D5000.
30mm focal length
1/2000 of a second
Subject: Freehand shot of water boiling in a stainless steel pot. Utterly unmessed with. (Gimp used only for sizing/cropping.)
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM (yep, the lens that came with it.)
Focal Length: 100mm
Exposure: 1/60 sec
Flash: Built-In Used.
Hand held picture of the roof over my garage this morning from a very low angle, using a relatively shallow depth of field.
Camera: Olympus E-510
Lens: Zuiko Digital 14-42mm f 1:3.5-5.6 (kit lens)
Exposure: 1/125s, f 5.6, ISO 100
Focal Length: 42mm (84mm equivalent)
e subject is a storage container outside my office building in Atlanta. It was taken on my Canon Digital Rebel XSi with a 50mm f/1.8 II lens. The shot was an HDR composite of three exposures (1/500, 1/1250, 1/3000 I believe), stitched together in Photomatix.
I shot this in Whole Foods in Denver. It was handheld shot, I wasn't sure on Whole Foods photography in store rules so it was a quick one.
Shot with a Nikon D90 and a AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D Lens
ISO 320 Aperture ƒ/3.2 Shutter speed 1/100
The fern in the "golden ratio" shape
For this picture I used an Olympus Stylus 1010 (a simple
point-and-shoot), with settings of f/4.3 @ 1/50 sec, ISO 200, and an
exposure bias of -2.
Shot with a Canon 50d with a canon 28-135 mm lens
shutter speed 1/30 sec
Shot down in seal beach, had to lie down on the pier to get the angle. Slight adjustment of the color in photoshop raw.
1/60 Second Exposure
105mm Focal Length
Date/Time Taken 13 March 2010, 2030hrs
Camera: Nikon D300
Shutter: 1/250 sec
Focal length: 150mm
Off cam flash at 1/40 of a power.
I used a light brown background with an SB800 flash placed at the back left of the subject.
i used a panasonic lumix (DMC-FS5).
I used natural lighting from the top, facing the camera down to avoid glare,
Strings of red beads shot with a Sony Alpha 200 with a 50mm f/1.4 wide open 1/400s exposure at ISO 100. Flash coming from camera right just outside the frame about halfway back through the frame shot through wax paper aimed about 10 feet camera left. Picture was then rotated counter clockwise 90 degrees.
A picture of my 3 year old's firey red hair.
Nikon D80, 60mm macro, f/6.3, ISO 1000
The hardest thing to do was to get him to sit still.
Picture is of a Lego Toy Story alien lit by using 528nm HeNe laser and various laser optics.
Nikon D80, 60mm macro lens, ISO 1250, f/6.3
This picture was shot today with a Canon 5D Mark II and a Tamron SP DI 90 mm macro lens.
ISO 200, 1/100 sec at f/14.
Settings: 1/40s, F/8, +0.3, ISO 200
Equipment: Nikon D60 and 18-55mm lens
Background: Hardwood floor
My camera is a Canon EOS 50D with a Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM. I shot this at f/5.0, 1/400 and ISO 100. The color was easy here in Iraq; there's only one. We pulled up in our vehicle, shot the photo from an open window and got out of there. The subject used to be a Ford explorer that was hit by an IED (roadside bomb).
I use a Pentax K10D With the Standard 18—55mm lens.
set at 33mm, and a f4.0 and an ISO @400
I used the light from a near by window to cast shadows and allow more depth from the crackers.
I chose the Animal Crackers after reading hearing constant complaint from my children on how dull and boring they are. MONOTONE was the mood of the children that left them untouched.
Pentax K-x, kit lens
natural light through window
I used a Canon Rebel XT to shoot a box of jars I have. Jars are clear, and so the monotone colour being the brown box, I positioned my camera on a tripod over the box and let used a remote to avoid shake. No processing was done to the photo aside from cropping the wallpaper then resizing the 800px image.
Canon Rebel XT, 18-55mm lens, at 27mm
10 second shutter
Rainy day with my new to me ford f*ckus.
Camera: Nikon D60
Lens: Nikkor 18-55mm
This is an old jar of pickles that was in the back of my fridge. Technical details: Shot with Nikon D5000, 35mm Lens, f7.1 @ 1/100, ISO 100, shot in Manual mode.
Canon Rebel XT, 50mm focal, ISO 200, 1/30 shutter speed, 4.5 aperture
Pennies inside a bottle
Shot on a Nikon D60 with the rubbishy 18-55 mm Nikon kit lens in Richmond Park, London.
The subject here is some hand soap shot with a Canon Rebel XTI with a 60mm macro lens at f/5 , 1/125s and 100 ISO.
Taken with Canon EOS Rebel XSi. ISO 100, f 4.5, 1/15s, Exp -2.7; Canon EFs 18-55 Lens with Close up filters +1, +2, & +4 (focal length 33mm)
Coffee beans on the kitchen counter under halogen lights.
Camera : Canon 50D
Lens : Canon 60mm f/2.8 EF-S USM
Shutter speed : 1/60s
Aperture : f/2.8
ISO speed : 250
The hand-held shot was taken in the sunny morning hours in Monterey, CA at eye level to the grass.
Date Taken: 2010:03:13 08:56:02 PST
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Canon 100-400 mm L IS
Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/400)
Focal Length: 400 mm
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0
EV Flash: Off, Did not fire
Shot at Crate Lake, Oregon on a plain old Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W90, auto landscape settings. Didn't realize until later that a little green from Wizard Island snuck its way in there! Oh well, almost entirely light blue.
Canon 18-55 lens
I took a loaf of 100% Whole Wheat bread out of the package and set up my camera on the tripod. I shot this at 32mm, f/7.1, ISO 400.
on-camera flash bounced off of a white envelope
My girlfriend's cat was sitting in her chair, and her fur seemed to have an interesting texture, especially behind the whiskers.
Shot with a Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L on an XTi, set at 70mm, f/2.8, 1/60s, ISO 200. Minor adjustments were made in aperture 3.
Camera: Canon T1i
Lens: 18-135 EF-S IS f/3.5-5.6
Focal length: 72mm
I call this shot "steel giz". I used ¼-20 threaded steel rods with ¼-20 nuts to spell out the "GIZ". My first shot were done on a steel workbench to keep the colors in the back ground the same but lacked some "pop". So I hit upon the idea to use aluminum foil as the background and this not only added some "pop" but a nice non-Photoshoped mirrored effect below the nuts. In fact the only shopping I did besides the resizing, was cooling down the WB a bit and adding some sharpening.
Canon 5D Mark II
100 Macro Lens
D90 with 18-200mm Lens
200mm @ 1/500 sec @ F5.6. ISO 250
It's either Green or Gray in Oregon. Today you get Gray.
Nikon VR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G
Shot at f/5.6, 1/13s, ISO 200
Date shot: 3/12/2010 19:30
30 sec exposure
60mm EF-S Macro
Standard 18-55 mm kit lens @ 34 mm
A cardboard box with the head of the lamp facing up.
A red piece of paper was then used to cover the lamp to make the light red.
A clear folder with white paper inserted was placed on top of the box to diffuse the light as much as possible.
A glass plate was then placed on top of the folder, the plate was then filled with Schweppes Raspberry Flavour soda and two tablespoons of liquid detergent.
A small straw was then used to blow bubbles.
Camera Used: Canon 450D
Lens: Canon 16-35mm f2.8 L I USM
Exposure time : 1/125 sec
- David Juhn
Camera: Canon Rebel EOS XSI
Lens: Canon 18-55
Exposure time 1/50
Bubbling water panel taken in dark using lighting from fountain. Time value adjusted to stop motion of rising bubbles.
1/4000s - F/9
I poured some extra coffee I had into a green bowl and violently mixed in some dish soap and water to make it a bit more interesting/bubbly. I then placed this bowl in front of my TV. I put on a green theme on my PS3 dashboard and set my camera on a tripod slightly over the bowl it to capture the green light emitting from the screen and took a long exposure with the TV as the only light. The green was slightly enhanced
The coffee actually smelled pretty good. I regretfully did not drink it.
Canon Rebel Xsi
50mm lens @ 2.9f
Canon 28-135 (with Macro)
Image of Azalea, cropped from a larger full shot of the flower...So glad spring is finally here.
This is the front Cover of a Lian-li aluminium server case.
Shot with the use of a tripod with a Canon 30D@f/25 15sec 100ISO using a Sigma 17-70mm
I like this Origami figure and i think it makes a decent Monotone picture.
Eos 500D, 18-55mm lens @ 55mm, f 36, 1/30 sec, Iso 100.
Nikon D90 w/Sigma 150-500mm lens.
1/100 sec @ f/5.0 ISO 1600 handheld
20mm Pancake Lens
Auto White Balance
1/30 shutter speed.
Taken with a Canon Rebel XS. Exposure: f/5 at 1/13s, ISO 400.
The picture was taken with a digital Nikon D5000
With a Nikkor 18-55mm lens
It was taken at 1/160 F5.6
They are actually slippers that were placed in the light coming in from a window.
Shot with a Canon 400d w/ Canon 50mm f/1.4 prime lens.
Focal Length: 50mm
Sunrise skyline of North West Washington DC. There are some good things about waking up early :)
Taken with a Nikon D200 1/250 sec @ f/8.0. Taken through my apartment window on the 11th floor.
This was actually taken on my cellphone: Samsung U800, 3.0 MP, with flash, pointed into a beer bottle.
The only alteration to the image was cropping and resizing - the fact that the light at the bottom looks a bit skull-like was entirely accidental.
Equipment: Canon PowerShot SX1 IS
Shutter Speed: 1.0 sec
ISO Speed Rating: 200
Focal Length: 9.161mm
Manfrotto Tripod + 029 Head
Phillips 60W Energy Saver Lightbulb
Location: Acoustic tile in Zukunft Studios
Magnolia petals in sunlight; shadow and bokeh to achieve gradient.
f/13, aperture priority