*Official* Post Your Pictures Thread

Fatback

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Nice shots Geoff. I have never had much luck with astrophotography myself.

Here is one from Saturday and a few from last month.

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C4C

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Sexy STi Geoff... Is that the 2015 model?

NikonGuy: That third macro pic is amazing... What lens/body?

^nvm that, it's in your signature
 
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Geoff

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I like the pics, I don't know the aperture you are using, but seems a little soft? especially for macro?
Most were f/2 through f/4. I heard that macros aren't the X100T's strongpoint at under f/8. I haven't been able to get many landscape shots yet.
 

spirit

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Nice but I agree about the softness. First shot doesn't look entirely in focus to me - too soft.
 

The VCR King

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***Attention photographers*** Post your cool images here!

My contribution:
I took a photo of the inside of my trombone bell with my iPod touch and flash. I've posted this image to reddit earlier.
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spirit

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Thought I'd post a few. Mostly from the Sigma 10-20. Looking forward to buying a Sigma 17-50 f/2.8 at some point as a fast replacement for the kit lens. :)

Christmas at Jarrolds by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Market Place by Night by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Christmas at the Royal Arcade by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Christmas Lane! by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

St Peter Mancroft and The Forum by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

NOEL! by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Wymondham High in the Frost by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Winter Formal 2014 by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Winter Formal 2014 by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Wymondham High by Winter Afternoon Light by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

'How Did You Get So Tall?' by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

'How Did You Get So Tall?' by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Workhouse Children by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr

Snow Queen by JasonBrown2013, on Flickr
 

voyagerfan99

Master of Turning Things Off and Back On Again
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Clear skies made for some good astrophotography tonight. I'm still new to it and this is my first try. First you can see Orion, and below it you can see the Seven Sisters.

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Geoff

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Clear skies made for some good astrophotography tonight. I'm still new to it and this is my first try. First you can see Orion, and below it you can see the Seven Sisters.

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Nice, I would try to get a bit clearer focus next time though, use live view 10x and manually focus on a star. What settings did you use for this shot?
 

voyagerfan99

Master of Turning Things Off and Back On Again
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They were taken with the Canon 50mm at f/1.8 and a 15" exposure at ISO 800. I did use live view but had a hard time seeing anything when I magnified up the image. I'll remember that for next time.
 
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