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ebiggs1
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Some are 'ordinary' aren't they?

 

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!
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ebiggs1
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...and....

 

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!


@ebiggs1 wrote:

...and....

 

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Nice shot. <chuckle!> You could hardly have known this, Ernie, but I played the French horn in high school and college. I even wrapped mine with electrical tape, just like that one.

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

Ernie, that photo of the French horn really caught my eye.. that's a beautiful shot.  

 

You're getting a bit of a reflection off the wrapping paper (maybe a polarizer could help subdue that) but it's still a wonder photo.

 

BTW... what means "RTF"?  Apologies if I should know this (and or if my brain is just too tired at the end of a long day).

 

Tim Campbell
5D III, 5D IV, 60Da


@TCampbell wrote:

Ernie, that photo of the French horn really caught my eye.. that's a beautiful shot.  

 

You're getting a bit of a reflection off the wrapping paper (maybe a polarizer could help subdue that) but it's still a wonder photo.

 

BTW... what means "RTF"?  Apologies if I should know this (and or if my brain is just too tired at the end of a long day).

 


He means me.

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

"BTW... what means "RTF"?"

 

Smiley Very Happy  Yes it does refer to Bob from Boston.  The biggest critic of HDR I know!  The reflection of the wrapping and chimney was a feature and I tried hard to make sure it was there.  That shot has gotten some nice comments from the school and I am deeply humbled by it.  It is the opening slide of a slideshow for the kids er, ah, I mean young musicians.

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!

Oh and BTW, it was also hand held.  As usual there wasn't enough, or more accurately, not the correct light for the shot.  I don't know a photographer yet that doesn't have some excuse why the shot was so difficult so that is mine.  ...........

 

This time. Smiley Wink

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!


@TCampbell wrote:

Ernie, that photo of the French horn really caught my eye.. that's a beautiful shot.  

 

You're getting a bit of a reflection off the wrapping paper (maybe a polarizer could help subdue that) but it's still a wonder photo.

 

BTW... what means "RTF"?  Apologies if I should know this (and or if my brain is just too tired at the end of a long day).

 


I was admiring the reflections of the wrapping paper, too.  That's when I noticed that some of the wrapping paper was actually a guy wearing a red checkered, plaid shirt, blue jeans, and holding a camera.  Looks like it would  be hard to remove.

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@Waddizzle wrote:

@TCampbell wrote:

Ernie, that photo of the French horn really caught my eye.. that's a beautiful shot.  

 

You're getting a bit of a reflection off the wrapping paper (maybe a polarizer could help subdue that) but it's still a wonder photo.

 

BTW... what means "RTF"?  Apologies if I should know this (and or if my brain is just too tired at the end of a long day).

 


I was admiring the reflections of the wrapping paper, too.  That's when I noticed that some of the wrapping paper was actually a guy wearing a red checkered, plaid shirt, blue jeans, and holding a camera.  Looks like it would  be hard to remove.


It's reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock. In the movies he directed, he always made a cameo appearance in one scene.

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA


@RobertTheFat wrote:

@Waddizzle wrote:

@TCampbell wrote:

Ernie, that photo of the French horn really caught my eye.. that's a beautiful shot.  

 

You're getting a bit of a reflection off the wrapping paper (maybe a polarizer could help subdue that) but it's still a wonder photo.

 

BTW... what means "RTF"?  Apologies if I should know this (and or if my brain is just too tired at the end of a long day).

 


I was admiring the reflections of the wrapping paper, too.  That's when I noticed that some of the wrapping paper was actually a guy wearing a red checkered, plaid shirt, blue jeans, and holding a camera.  Looks like it would  be hard to remove.


It's reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock. In the movies he directed, he always made a cameo appearance in one scene.


LOL.  It doesn't take away from the shot, though.  The detailed reflections of light and color are what draw your attention.

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