Underwater Trooper by Digger Digger Dogstar on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
For August’s MSH clue “Water play”

Underwater Trooper by Digger Digger Dogstar on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
For August’s MSH clue “Water play”

Below the blue.  by alecdphotography on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
Another attempt. 
Model: Andrea

Below the blue. by alecdphotography on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Another attempt.
Model: Andrea

Bubbles! by DodogoeSLR on Flickr.A través de Flickr:marcuslam.tumblr.com/
I found a few rolls of expired film on my shelf so I dusted off my Nikon F100 35mm SLR and brought it with me to Erica’s house on Sunday. I wanted to get out of the city. I live on the other side of the Olympic Club in San Francisco so my neighborhood was packed with people attending the U.S. Open. Since there were tons of blonds walking around, I was hoping to see Tiger on the prowl but nada. 
Anyway, I wanted to see my friends Erica and Pat so I drove down in the morning, took everyone out to lunch and then snapped some photos before jumping into the pool. Two other MBA classmates joined a bit later. What a fun relaxing day! There are more photos on my Tumblr.
I haven’t shot with film in ages. I forgot to sync the ISO on the camera to the film. I had some other issues such as trigger happy fingers and metering user error. We were hoping for a huge wave of bubbles but we could only manage 1 or 2 at a time. I made fun of Erica that she had an abusive childhood which is why she couldn’t blow bubbles. I tried. Turns out it’s a lot harder than it looks.
Erica writes this fantastic fashion blog. Check it out.www.fabuloustuesdays.com/  
Taken with a Nikon F100 35mm SLR w/ a 85mm f/1.4 Nikkor Lens

Bubbles! by DodogoeSLR on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
marcuslam.tumblr.com/

I found a few rolls of expired film on my shelf so I dusted off my Nikon F100 35mm SLR and brought it with me to Erica’s house on Sunday. I wanted to get out of the city. I live on the other side of the Olympic Club in San Francisco so my neighborhood was packed with people attending the U.S. Open. Since there were tons of blonds walking around, I was hoping to see Tiger on the prowl but nada.

Anyway, I wanted to see my friends Erica and Pat so I drove down in the morning, took everyone out to lunch and then snapped some photos before jumping into the pool. Two other MBA classmates joined a bit later. What a fun relaxing day! There are more photos on my Tumblr.

I haven’t shot with film in ages. I forgot to sync the ISO on the camera to the film. I had some other issues such as trigger happy fingers and metering user error. We were hoping for a huge wave of bubbles but we could only manage 1 or 2 at a time. I made fun of Erica that she had an abusive childhood which is why she couldn’t blow bubbles. I tried. Turns out it’s a lot harder than it looks.

Erica writes this fantastic fashion blog. Check it out.

www.fabuloustuesdays.com/

Taken with a Nikon F100 35mm SLR w/ a 85mm f/1.4 Nikkor Lens

The Soap Stop by NAT♥VON Photography on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
model: Candice Loraine
Location: laundromat!

The Soap Stop by NAT♥VON Photography on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
model: Candice Loraine
Location: laundromat!

kosmos by epiem on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
017/366
kosmos
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Had a hard time coming up with an idea for today. In those situations I usually rely on macro to pull me through.
There is something mysterious about macro photography. It has this alluring, mystical, and magical effect on me.
If all else fails: macro!
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I saw a photo a while back of a photographer who shot Macros of flowers and used a spray bottle to make them look like early morning dew had formed on the petals and stems. So I thought I could do something similar but with an object…
However, I wanted to make it *really* interesting, so I looked around the room…
I found a stack of CDs, and thought “perfect!”
::
I wanted to create something that almost boggles the mind. Something you could stare at for hours and still find something interesting in the smallest detail.
Completely open to your own interpretation and imagination.
I am happy with the way this photo turned out -that does not happen very often.
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You can find the HTWM/Before & After here:www.flickr.com/photos/epiem/6718603869/
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Canon 5DmII
Canon 100mm f/2.8 L @ 100mm @ f/6.3
ISO 50
Shutter 1/13
Natural light + Aimed continuous 150w flood light (bottom left)
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Please DO NOT crop, modify, edit or change our images.
All images are property of epiem
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kosmos by epiem on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
017/366

kosmos



Had a hard time coming up with an idea for today. In those situations I usually rely on macro to pull me through.

There is something mysterious about macro photography. It has this alluring, mystical, and magical effect on me.

If all else fails: macro!

::

I saw a photo a while back of a photographer who shot Macros of flowers and used a spray bottle to make them look like early morning dew had formed on the petals and stems. So I thought I could do something similar but with an object…

However, I wanted to make it *really* interesting, so I looked around the room…
I found a stack of CDs, and thought “perfect!”

::

I wanted to create something that almost boggles the mind. Something you could stare at for hours and still find something interesting in the smallest detail.

Completely open to your own interpretation and imagination.


I am happy with the way this photo turned out -that does not happen very often.



You can find the HTWM/Before & After here:
www.flickr.com/photos/epiem/6718603869/



Canon 5DmII
Canon 100mm f/2.8 L @ 100mm @ f/6.3
ISO 50
Shutter 1/13

Natural light + Aimed continuous 150w flood light (bottom left)



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Please DO NOT crop, modify, edit or change our images.

All images are property of epiem
©epiem 2012



Thanks for looking!

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