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EPZ misconceptions


vaughar 17 242 United Kingdom
16 May 2006 12:54PM
I find it best just to take pictures of fast moving objects at the time that they're moving. 6 in the morning or 7 at night they're usually stationary - although in June I'll be struggling to take shots of them all through the day/night/following day Grin
MikeH 16 218 4 United Kingdom
16 May 2006 12:58PM
LOL@ Martin,too true,
Mike
shutter speed 17 370 United Kingdom
16 May 2006 1:05PM
And From 4.30 am :o(( to boot

Ian
MattB 16 251
16 May 2006 1:10PM

Quote: why not take shots when its p*ss*ng down?.


Indeed!
chrisfroud 16 521
16 May 2006 1:23PM
Hmm ... call me cynical but this seems to have degenerated into click fishing Wink
conrad 17 10.9k 116
16 May 2006 11:11PM

Quote:call me cynical


(OkaySmile

Cynical, Chris, cynical!

Here are people trying to prove your point, and you turn around and accuse them of something like that. Shame on you. Repent ye!

;-D

Conrad
Clarence 16 136 United Kingdom
17 May 2006 12:36AM
well this was technically a midday shot but when it gets too bright I just stick my head into the nearest folaige !
UserRemoved 17 6.2k 1
17 May 2006 2:31AM
Well, technically, this one was at midday! Smile
conrad 17 10.9k 116
17 May 2006 2:34AM
You certainly didn't have any problems with harsh light and shadows in that image, did you? Wink

C.
UserRemoved 17 6.2k 1
17 May 2006 2:47AM
Just the harsh crits and shadowy figures on EPZ that saw the project pulled, Conrad! Smile
AlistairJ 15 6 England
17 May 2006 11:57AM
I think that Conrad and a majority of others have the right idea. You take a photograph because you like what you see At That Time. If you see a view that you think would look better in a different light, such as under a setting sun, and you have the time to spare, you wait till you think the time is right. If you dont have the time you can take it but not post it, as it is not realy what YOU want. Too many people seem to be taking shots in an effort to please others. Some go as far as to improve, or at least change, a photograph in an attempt to get clicks. I will click a natural good view before I click a piece of PS art.
smourt 17 80
17 May 2006 12:08PM
Try taling a photo in Cape Town or for that matter anywhere where it can reach an average of 34 degrees with no ,oisture in the air! Almost impossible. I often look at B&W then and you will note I don't have many. The sun is so harsh that I almost give up photography then. Just too bright. It is true of the style, if I wanted to I could... I have photos that friends like very much I don't and won't upload... Because I am not comfortable with it. I do think tht EPZ has to an extent controlled what I shot and the style for that matter.
jaktis Plus
17 84 Sweden
23 May 2006 3:01AM
Thats why I have given up
conrad 17 10.9k 116
23 May 2006 3:11AM

Quote:EPZ has to an extent controlled what I shot and the style for that matter


Interesting. I can see how EPZ could influence what you upload or don't upload, but this is going a bit far. You can still shoot what you want, even if there isn't much of an audience for it here, can't you?

C.
23 May 2006 3:21AM
I'm far more critical than I've ever been, partly down to epz but mostly to myself I think. Whereas I used to upload every day now I struggle to upload once a fortnight with anything I'm really happy with - I'm always picking fault in anything I do and I really dont know if this is a good thing or whether nit picking is useful or not - nothing is ever 100% is it?

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