View Poll Results: Who is the texture photomaster?

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  • mr_charisma

    4 15.38%
  • reflex

    9 34.62%
  • TF242

    0 0%
  • Allegro

    7 26.92%
  • Mr3d_PHD

    3 11.54%
  • swann

    3 11.54%
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  1. #11
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    I always vote in these contests put the pic I like never seems to win, maybe I just have a touch of death I voted for Allegro, what is that thing anyway ?
    applelemonhead3345 (1 year ago) Show Hide

    best movie ever saw it first when i was two
    i think if jen was a real person she would be hot

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    Jen was a guy dude.

  2. #12
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    I voted for Reflex, I found it more interesting without being revolting or static. I also like the strange golden sparks though the foreground and background looks a bit weird. I decided to opt out of this one as closeup photography has never really been my sort of thing unless it's of practical usage for plain texturing. My camera doesn't lend well to closeup macro stuff. Mr Charisma's was a close second, I liked the depth but it tends to be rather less interesting on the white background, maybe if it were taken on a woden workbench with a lamp to bring out the detail more with more defined shaddow texture effect to bring out the detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mol3rs View Post
    I always vote in these contests put the pic I like never seems to win, maybe I just have a touch of death I voted for Allegro, what is that thing anyway ?
    I call it "It Came From The Fridge"

    Those peas were there a little too long :-O

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    Unless my math is off, the poll is closed! I can't see a closing date, but since I put 7 days in there, I figure it's closed!

    Congratulations to reflex! May he choose a good theme for us!
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  5. #15
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    congrats reflex!
    creative use of your lens. I couldn't make it work on my camera :-O

  6. #16
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    Yeah, seriously. I love learning weird-ass unconventional tricks like that. Thanks for the tip!
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    Thanks guys!
    Alright, I guess I'm supposed to come up with a new topic. And I chooooooose *drumroll* ... WILDLIFE!
    It's springtime, and all the little critters and annoyingly chipper birdies are coming out to play, so try to capture one of them on camera doing whatever. No pets. It has to be a creature in the wild.
    And no insects either. I want to see fur and/or feathers.

    - Cheers

  8. #18
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    What about bums? They live out in the wild and they aren't pets or insects.
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  9. #19
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    I wouldn't say they have a very wild life though...

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    I had one of these fly into my garden just yesterday, I've never seen a bird of pray in my garden in the 30 years I've been here. It looked just like the one above which is a Mull Eagle. I live beside this place called Maltings where they make whisky and there are alot of pigeons which come down to eat the barley that's spilt over during the times of truck fills. One minute there were around 30+ flying around then they flew under cover as if they spotted the eagle. The eagle was only in the garden for around 4 or 5 seconds under a tree, it looked straight at me while I stood in the kitchen. I know they have good eyesight so I wonder if he spotted me from inside. I wish I had my camera at the time.
    Last edited by Scott M C4D; 04-07-2010 at 01:50 PM.
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