Well, in Europe it's simply called a Blue Tit. But I don't really know its "worldwide name"... It's a Cyanistes caeruleus.abi wrote:Blover, looove the bird shoot! I'm pretty sure it's Blue-capped Tit or sth like that.
Ooops I didn't know you put a caption into that pic lol.BLover wrote:Well, in Europe it's simply called a Blue Tit. But I don't really know its "worldwide name"... It's a Cyanistes caeruleus.abi wrote:Blover, looove the bird shoot! I'm pretty sure it's Blue-capped Tit or sth like that.
That's what this thread made for.Sorry for the pictures overload.
Thank youabi wrote:Nekoo, I love the first shoot! I always want to go to Europe since I love taking shoots of old buildings and stuff like that.
Thank you I´ll tryBLover wrote:Prague seems a really interesting city Nekoo, you should post more pics.
That sounds interesting! My sister has a good camera so I'll tell her to try this when she come back homeJimJim wrote:I discovered that I could create this effect by placing the subject in a glass bowl (full of water) in the kitchen sink, you set off the flash and suddenly everything (except the subject) appears in clean white.
It's a Bar called "End Of the World".abi wrote:^Those are amazing! Don't even know what "Bar Fim Do Mundo" means, but I love that shot!
I got the number wrongabi wrote:BLover, really? Thanks, I'm sure y'all could do better.
Slow down your shutter speed into a few seconds (1",2",8",etc instead of 1/10, 1/100 etc) so that it will capture all the lights movements. Make sure you don't move your camera too much because the other objects (cars, buildings, etc) will "move" as well (you may need a tripod but since I didn't have one, I had to put the camera on a plant pot on the sidewalk lol), unless you want to capture something like in the 12th pic - I took that one during the night so that the other objects didn't appear.
That is the fortification of the Solothurn town. I love that town so much.BLover wrote:Nekoo, what's that last building? It's incredible.
It was actually very nice day ... its not always sunny hereabi wrote:nekoo, I really have to go there someday. Love the castle shot as well. The sky looks so gorgeous!
that is actually my friend ... but yeah, since this is very populat place its always full there so I am happy I managed pic with only one head.marcsi wrote:nekoo, your first photo is the best, beautiful castle and it could look professional without the womans head in the right lower corner. and I like your last one too.
Hey you want to post picsRightToDream wrote:There's some great photos in this thread! I'd post some of mine but I can't be bothered to resize them for the small width of UKmix pages
serbia95riri wrote:Hey you want to post picsRightToDream wrote:There's some great photos in this thread! I'd post some of mine but I can't be bothered to resize them for the small width of UKmix pages
but you're too lazy
so here's my advice
Post just links maybe?