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So Many Drummers. So Little Time...
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[quote]Originally posted by sactog: [b] [img]http://www.tvdance.com/waynesworld/garthhip.gif[/img] [img]http://www.tvdance.com/baseketball/6a.gif[/img] [img]http://www.tvdance.com/baseketball/1a.gif[/img][/b][/quote]Thanks... I just pissed myself. :p
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[quote]Originally posted by sactog: [b] [img]http://www.tvdance.com/waynesworld/garthhip.gif[/img] [/b][/quote][b][i]SCHWINGGGGG!!!!![/i][/b] The top one is definately my fav. :D
So Many Drummers. So Little Time...
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Well, you don't want to know what I think about these photos, but I'm going to tell you anyway. Green bikini - 50mm lense wide open to blur the background. 81C warming filter. Probably shot in early evening with available light only (except possibly a reflector or two). Slight soft focus effect (may be the quality of the scan). Waterfalls - Shutter speed of 1/8 second or slower to soften the look of the water - the model must have held VERY still. Slight telephoto (85mm lense) to compress the foreground and background. Excellent background concept. Probably taken on an overcast day given the bluish tint to the exposure. Diving board - Slight telephoto effect. Aperture is moderately wide (f/4 or f/5.6). Nice focus selection (centers right on the model's face). Warming filter (81B) plus a circular polarizer to eliminate reflections from the water. Obviously a morning shot taken one to two hours after sunrise. My compliments to the photographers for their willingness to share their excellent work. (See, I TOLD you that you didn't want to know what I thought about this.)

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[quote]Originally posted by Dan South: [b]Well, you don't want to know what I think about these photos, but I'm going to tell you anyway. Green bikini - 50mm lense wide open to blur the background. 81C warming filter. Probably shot in early evening with available light only (except possibly a reflector or two). Slight soft focus effect (may be the quality of the scan). Waterfalls - Shutter speed of 1/8 second or slower to soften the look of the water - the model must have held VERY still. Slight telephoto (85mm lense) to compress the foreground and background. Excellent background concept. Probably taken on an overcast day given the bluish tint to the exposure. Diving board - Slight telephoto effect. Aperture is moderately wide (f/4 or f/5.6). Nice focus selection (centers right on the model's face). Warming filter (81B) plus a circular polarizer to eliminate reflections from the water. Obviously a morning shot taken one to two hours after sunrise. My compliments to the photographers for their willingness to share their excellent work. (See, I TOLD you that you didn't want to know what I thought about this.)[/b][/quote]You´re good... that´s exactly how I took them!
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[quote]Originally posted by Dan South: [b]Well, you don't want to know what I think about these photos, but I'm going to tell you anyway. Green bikini - 50mm lense wide open to blur the background. 81C warming filter. Probably shot in early evening with available light only (except possibly a reflector or two). Slight soft focus effect (may be the quality of the scan). Waterfalls - Shutter speed of 1/8 second or slower to soften the look of the water - the model must have held VERY still. Slight telephoto (85mm lense) to compress the foreground and background. Excellent background concept. Probably taken on an overcast day given the bluish tint to the exposure. Diving board - Slight telephoto effect. Aperture is moderately wide (f/4 or f/5.6). Nice focus selection (centers right on the model's face). Warming filter (81B) plus a circular polarizer to eliminate reflections from the water. Obviously a morning shot taken one to two hours after sunrise. My compliments to the photographers for their willingness to share their excellent work. (See, I TOLD you that you didn't want to know what I thought about this.)[/b][/quote]Well, you're good, but what I really want to know is: shaving cream or Nair? [img]http://franknputer.complexero.com/images/drool.gif[/img]
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OK, I finally remembered to call this thread up at home, the firewall on the Air Force Base wouldn't let these pix through for some reason (?). Worth the wait at 56K, but DanSouth I think you're wrong on photo #2, looks more like 1/4 sec exposure to me! ;)

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[quote]Originally posted by Botch: [b]DanSouth I think you're wrong on photo #2, looks more like 1/4 sec exposure to me! ;) [/b][/quote]Well, I DID say 1/8th or longer. ;) Regarding hair removal: in this day and age wax has it all over the blade.

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The Green Bikinied one reminds me of Jessica Alba as in Dark Angel,could be her younger sister? I'll have to look for a few more minutes before I'm sure..
I once had a quasi-religious experience..then I realised I'd turned up the volume.
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well beleive it or not, i chose to remain a virgin till i was 24. yes, by choice. ya know marriage, religion and all that crap. thought i met the right one, and then everything went to hell. now i know different. i shouldnt have bothered to wait. from the movie indiana jones "he chose poorly". i chose poorly. might have to wear a brown suit at the wedding, but i am with someone much nicer now. she is actually sweet if (and) high maintanence. some people have values. then reality smacks them in the head. sometimes my head hurts. :mad:
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Of course, I had to wait until now to reply. Couldn't gawk at these pictures at work. I thought Khan's "lust" thread would be a pic of some 64 channel Neve console or something. I shoulda known... Man, if you ask me, they ALL have nice pre's...and the trim knobs on the one on the rock...I think they could use a little tweaking...uhhh...
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Hey Franknputer, are you familiar with the Mudshark story? Your picture looks like it might be the day after :) -- Rob
I have the mind of a criminal genius.....I keep it in the freezer next to mother.
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[quote]Originally posted by franknputer: [b]Don't let this happen to you... :freak: [img]http://www.geetrish.com/pics5/smell.jpg[/img][/b][/quote]Well, the night before, it did smell like tuna. Treat me like you did the night before!
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