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Share your Personal Photography Pictures. Maybe NWS

I'm surprise there isn't a thread like this already. It doesn't have to be pro. This thread is about sharing pictures that you think is photography or even get some criticize to help you become a better photographer.

Here are some pictures I took recently.

Taylor Stevens by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Kathryn Natalia by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Remy La Croix by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

aston martin by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Snow Portrait by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Ridgeline by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Sabre Catch by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

And some of my favorites

Emerald Bay Sunset by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Mori Tower/Tokyo 360 View by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Queen's Bath HDR by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Sabre by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Bay Bridge Twilight by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Bent by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Kate by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Triumph Daytona R 03 by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

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Nice pics!



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I really like this one a lot but dayum! Nice pictures Hokie.

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FFFFFFFFFFF Remy is so hot. I'd marry the shit out that girl.

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Hokie what camera do you use? Very nice pictures

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Lol, **** ya. She just won two awards at the AEE. I need to hit her up since she only lives on the other side of the hill for me.

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Canon 7D. I'd like to get a full frame camera, but then the action/Airshow shots would suffer. Airshows are probably my favorite things to shoot, so that kills that idea. With a 5DIII (Well over $2k to buy right now), I'd have to use a 600mm at a minimum to get the same reach I get with 400mm on my 7D.

More airshow, because I can.




(Full discs on a C-130 are pretty hard to get)




Very slow shutter panning. 1/30s





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But you will love the quality and low noise reduction at high ISO on Full Frame cameras. That's what made me switch. **** I can't imagine carrying around a 600mm lens...

Since Hokie posted some more pictures. I might as well also.

Past vehicles.

JD EH2 Rear by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

JD EH2 LT by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

Phantom Engine Bay by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr


Silver Side EJ6 by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr


Ninja Fog by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr


Forest Run by Joshua D. Williamson, on Flickr

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But you will love the quality and low noise reduction at high ISO on Full Frame cameras. That's what made me switch. **** I can't imagine carrying around a 600mm lens...
Yeah, but fast moving bikes/cars/planes require a good autofocus system and fast FPS capability.

The only full frame that really fits that is the 5DIII, and I got way too many other things that need the $2500 than a camera body.




I really want to save up some money and get a real underwater rig. Either a housing/strobe for my 7D, or a bridge camera/housing/strobe. Something like a G-series or RX-100.


For the cars/bikes, watch your reflections. You want clear highlights and not be able to see anything in the paint.
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