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A Few from our Southwest Trip

scibeer Aug 24, 2006

  1. scibeer

    scibeer Huge member

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    Here's a few from the trip we made to AZ and NM this year.

    Hills near Yavapai ruins outside Sedona.

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    Night sky in Sedona

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    Grosvenor Arch UT outside Kanab

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    Grand Canyon

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    Family portrait

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    Kanab at 80mph

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  2. Jeff

    Jeff *uniquewoodworld*

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    Kanab at 80mph should be submitted to Nat'l Geographic. It was just that strong :) Very nice series!
     
  3. Mr.LaBella

    Mr.LaBella ←The № 1 Devil→ Administrator

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    amazing photos!:chuck:

    thanks SO much for sharing!
     
  4. Ropeman

    Ropeman Just hangin' around

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    Fantastic. Every time I see shots like this (few of which are anywhere near this good) I think of Edward Abbey. He'd have fit in well round here I think.

    If you don't take pics for money Scibeer, you should think about it, they are seriously good.
     
  5. inkster

    inkster The Mayor of Bloomerville

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    Lot's of pretty woman in picture 9 :madaddy:
     
  6. Soup_Monger

    Soup_Monger Should be a custom title here

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    Great shots Scibeer.

    Thanks. :)
     
  7. Umberto

    Umberto cool mother fucker Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    Very nice.
     
  8. BennytheBlade

    BennytheBlade LUC4 JDBA Official Member Super Moderator Brigade Member

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    Lovely family-
    Your sis is HOT!


    Great pics tho, as everyone has said.
     
  9. scibeer

    scibeer Huge member

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    That's my cousin. We're........um......close.....:heart: :heart: :eyes: :love:

    Hey, thanks for the nice words y'all!

    Bill
     
  10. txkaratedude

    txkaratedude Dewey Cocks Brigade Member

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    Awesome pics!! they look like you've had some teaching in photography.
     
  11. Physics

    Physics practices free lance gynocology

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    Those were awesome! I really liked the one with the crow(?) in the tree overlooking the canyon, and the 80mph one, and the star field shots, and.... :spin:

    Thanks for sharing those.

    Oh, and how do you like your 20D and what lens(es) did you use? You seemed to be at either 30mm or 70mm in almost ever shot.

    I'll stop bothering you now. :poke:
     
  12. beergoddess

    beergoddess shorter than endowed Lady Devil

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    *sigh*
    i gotta get out more!
    great pics. wish i was there.
     
  13. scibeer

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  14. Soup_Monger

    Soup_Monger Should be a custom title here

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    More superb shots Scibeer.

    Feel free to post some more.

    Thanks again.:wes:
     
  15. Rozz

    Rozz piss and vinegar Lady Devil

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    AAhhhhh Sedona. What a great trip for you! I was there a few years ago....that Masonic cross was soooo eerie. No one spoke when we were there. we all just glared at it. Did you get to the painted desert?
     
  16. Physics

    Physics practices free lance gynocology

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    Ooooo... :spin:

    More excellent photo's! Top notch, thanks for sharing.

    As for how I knew it was a 20D, all that info is stored in the .jpg itself. All you need is an EXIF viewer and everything is there, even where you hosted the images from. Scary but cool too. viewEXIF is the program I'm using. It's free but I can't remember where I D/Led it from. I'm sure google can find it.

    Here's what it found for the squirrel photo...

    Image URL,http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a75/scibeer/GoodSedonatrippix053a.jpg
    Image Description,None
    Make,Canon
    Model,Canon EOS 20D
    Exposure Time,1/80 Sec
    F Number,F7.1
    Exposure Program,Landscape mode(for landscape photos with the background in focus)
    Exposure Bias Value,0
    Sensing Method,Unknown
    Shutter Speed Value,1/80
    ISO Speed Rating,100
    Metering Mode,Pattern
    Subject Distance,Unknown
    Flash,Strobe return light not detected
    Lens Focal Length,22mm
    White Balance,Auto white balance
    DateTime Original,2006:05:20 13:14:22
    EXIF Image Size(W*H),716 * 515
    Software,Unknown
    EXIF Version,0221
     
  17. scibeer

    scibeer Huge member

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    Oops
     
  18. scibeer

    scibeer Huge member

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    Holy SHit! I didn't know it stored all that! Now I can go back and see how close I guessed on my shots!

    I found the viewer and the thing that is really scary is my lack of memory. I remembered which lens I used for most, but my focal lengths were wayoff. TOO much fun in college...... I took a lot of multiples at different lengths so it s a little hard to recall.

    Thanks for the info. Very handy tool!

    Roslin, didn't get to the painted desert this time but I've been before. Pretty awesome! My wife wanted to leave the cross when we first got there. It was wierd.
     
  19. Umberto

    Umberto cool mother fucker Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    Photoshop provides that kind of info also.
     
  20. yoffione

    yoffione catching more than a buzz with this lure! Brigade Member

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    Beautiful photographs!!! Thank you for showing.
     

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