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    loving this stuff



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    my old favourite A




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    All the cool big city pictures. Too bad I live in the boonies. You guys are amazing.

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    so many cool pics in this thread - i better add it to myFK

    These are from Brighton, England



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    Originally posted by aversion
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    My little brother was doing backflips on our tramp. I took his picture while he was upside down. It looks like he's floating when the image is flipped 180'.

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    bp

    big version available on request (1280 x 960)

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    Chelle my cat likes your pic



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    a still from my first attempt at 3d animation.. all the camera really does is rotate around the object and zoom out, and its 650k, so i didnt upload it (i dont have video editing software .. so i imported in to flash as a sequence)

    anyway, the source for the image is http://www.openedsource.net/ian/testplane.pov and the animation settings are in http://www.openedsource.net/ian/testplane-anim.ini

    use POV Ray to render, the texture libraries are defaults.

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    Hi only thing i would say is get some better wood, i have loads or textures if u want some ?

    bp@klfclan.co.uk



    built these in 3d 3 years ago mb use this wood with a bump map ?

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    Originally posted by Black_phoenix
    Hi only thing i would say is get some better wood, i have loads or textures if u want some ?

    bp@klfclan.co.uk

    [!img]http://www.klfclan.co.uk/markers.jpg[/img]

    built these in 3d 3 years ago mb use this wood with a bump map ?

    bp
    i'll have to figure out image mapping in POV .. that one is dynamically generated.

    anyway, sure, if you have a few non-polished wood textures like that one i'd like to have a few just in case.

    (POV ray is pretty hard to use because unless you use other programs, its completely text-based)


    anyway, do you have AIM? might be easier to transfer things there.

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    Here's some of mine w/ short descriptions.



    This one was a bit of a mistake, but I liked it afterward. I didn't notice the person in the red jacket walking by until after the picture was developed.



    And keeping in the theme of blurred pictures, here's an all-night laundromat. They have a Ms. Pac Man arcade machine, which makes me happy.



    This one was taken out the back of the window on the 4th of July, when I was watching the fireworks, sadly, this one came out better than any of the pictures of actual fireworks.



    Is it possible to take a bad picture of the clouds?



    This one is from yesterday evening. Unfortunately, the jpg compression killed some of the more vibrant colors, but I think you get the idea.



    And here's one Aria took of me, in my element.
    That one's going in my mod profile.
    BTW - I'm the one in the grey shirt.


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    Here are some of my photos from my photo class. All are manually taken (not digital), printed, and touched up. Enjoy







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    Originally posted by thickvision



    beautiful, top notch






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    These two are awesome, they seem like they would be impossible to print, but ya did a good job. PS aversion: the two that you picked, unfortunately I have to leave out of my final portfolio. They were both shot at very low light, so I had to use 1/30th shutter speed (which is slow and blurs stuff.) You can't really see it here, but on the large print you can see a tad of blurriness, which means I can't really put them in my final portfolio. I'm thinking about going back this weekend though and reshooting them. Good job all...

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    more POV ray fun ..

    http://www.openedsource.net/ian/3dfractal1.html

    played w/ the start and finish clock variables, and then applied them to the fractal object, took about 15 minutes to render, i might make a longer version, w/ a few more fractals (And maybe a plane on the side to reflect them), if anyone wants, i can upload that.. (i hope various 3d efforts count as design or graphics )

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    Originally posted by thickvision

    These two are awesome, they seem like they would be impossible to print, but ya did a good job. PS aversion: the two that you picked, unfortunately I have to leave out of my final portfolio. They were both shot at very low light, so I had to use 1/30th shutter speed (which is slow and blurs stuff.) You can't really see it here, but on the large print you can see a tad of blurriness, which means I can't really put them in my final portfolio. I'm thinking about going back this weekend though and reshooting them. Good job all...
    cheers, the second one is digital, for my sins

    you should go back, and i hope you take a tripod with you!!



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    My friend cliff jumping at Vail's Blue Sky Basin. A rock in the camera scratched the negetives when I wound the film.


    I tried cleaning up the image in photoshop



    A few from a weekend of skiing last January. Thats me sitting on the rubble from an old avalanche. Humbling B&W's Thickvision. You have a very good eye.

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    great B&Ws Thickvision, aversion and Hollywood..so atmospheric !

    Love the sunset CNO !

    these are from last year when i went to Fuerteventura



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