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May Photo Thread


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I went to shoot for Kory last night as he and some buddies entered into the Twilight Drift night at Eastern Creek. It was a good nice, a little slow to start with but once the night got started everything ran smoothly. Running three seperate tracks at the same time would have been some effort. good work. I'll post up some more over the next week or so depending on time.




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Hey there fellas. You know that stills really aren't my thing but on holiday you have to take a few snaps. Here are a few from Khao Lak Thailand.

I should have set the ISO on the dusk pics cause they got a bit grainy. Other tips always welcome.


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Rad photos for a video man Eric!

Here's a few from me of yesterday. Didn't really shoot much as i was driving the pig (or trying to anyway).






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Wow Pezzzz!!! Pics 3 and 4 are wall worthy! Very awesome! post up more!

May is my fav month in the calendar :D

Nice light Sidd. You make me want to shoot people more often than never.

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Such a cute dog, Matt! I've been wanting to get a puppy, but my land son of rajab won't let me :( (I rent a house off my parents, so too expensive to find somewhere else. Lol)

Awesome drifting shots too guys. The sharpness with the lack of light is amazing!

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Man, I had such a crap month for photos over April. Everytime I'd try and line up a shoot, either something else would come up at the last minute, or it would rain when I'd hoped to be shooting outside. :(. Any photos I did take were just flat and uninspired. Couldn't even look at them long enough to consider how to edit them.

Here's hoping this month is MUCH better. It's getting colder, but the rain usually eases over winter.

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My shots were I was out on the balcony and I'm like, ooh, pretty, go get camera... more than anything else

Living in Liverpool now gives me even less time for stuff :/ Being grown up sucks heh. Also not much that's inspiring out this way.

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My shots were I was out on the balcony and I'm like, ooh, pretty, go get camera... more than anything else

Living in Liverpool now gives me even less time for stuff :/ Being grown up sucks heh. Also not much that's inspiring out this way.

Dude, you're roughly 20-30mins away from either me or Matt (in different directions, though), so all you have to do is let one (or a few) of us know when you wanna go out for a shoot, and we'll tee something up.

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rainy day in the city:

Rainy in the Thailand Jungle


Thanks for the kind words guys. Here are a few more pics I just put up. Here is a game - which one(s) were taken with the iPhone and which ones with the Nikon?








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Sweet chop man! As a matter of fact i was working on a chop like this 3 days ago and i never finished it hahahaha. Won't finish it though now you've posted this, will chop another photo.

Looks much better with a different background.

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Havn't had a chance to get out lately. Did manage to get this though.


I reckon this would look much better if the wheels were turned the opposite way. Definitely a cool photo with cool location!

Eric - sweet pics! I know which were taken with the iPhone :P

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the background turns from a good shot into a great shot. i was going to get all sunset and flare on it but thought i'd keep it simple and clean to bring the cars out. cheers homeboy.

a note for HDR kings on cars... be mindful that your hdr will more than likely bring out all the reflections in the paint. something to think about.

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