The importance ofa pre-shoot or dry-run

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by D-Mac, Feb 2, 2009.

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    D-Mac Guest

    D-Mac, Feb 2, 2009
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    Colin.D Guest

    Hey, D-Mac, your camera's auto-focus is crook - the hand is sharper than
    the camera! and as for the ankles, forty years younger with a fine gold
    chain around would be a hell of a lot sexier than those. They look like
    my mother-in-laws!

    Colin D.
     
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    Annika1980 Guest

    D-Mac has finally realized that even pics of other people's wedding
    pics on cheap P&S cameras are better than what he shoots straight from
    the camera. I've also heard that most brides have restraining orders
    keeping D-Mac at least 50m away at all times so that might explain why
    he got the back row seat.
     
    Annika1980, Feb 2, 2009
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    Doug Jewell Guest

    That's actually quite a decent photo - well done.
    Both your photo, and the picture in the viewscreen, are
    better than pictures of filing cabinets and one-legged grooms.
     
    Doug Jewell, Feb 2, 2009
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    Annika1980 Guest

    Well ya don't expect him to post the good ones now do ya?
     
    Annika1980, Feb 2, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    Your mother in law wears bright blue shoes????
     
    D-Mac, Feb 3, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    Good ones?
    Am I supposed to take good ones too?
     
    D-Mac, Feb 3, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    I've never taken a picture of filing cabnet in my life.

    Your eyes and brain (you do have one I presume) need to be syncronised.
    I can do the job for you really cheaply if you like. Just send the
    fried remains of it (your brain) and I'll stick it in the microwave for
    a while. The results would just have to be better than the shit you use
    for brains now.

    Most people who voted for that wedding portrait you call "one legged
    groom" which resulted in it getting a "special mention", were
    interested more in the romance of the photograph than how the groom
    used his leg to prevent the wind from blowing bride's dress over the
    edge and getting it covered in fish bait... But then you can always
    take better photos than me, can't you?
     
    D-Mac, Feb 3, 2009
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    Annika1980 Guest

    Maybe not, but you've sure posted one as yours. And I got the pic to
    prove it.

    BTW, it's "cabinet."
     
    Annika1980, Feb 3, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


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    No Bret... It's actually "Chest of draws". Not cabnet or cabinet.

    You, like the fuckwits obsessed with me seem able to invent
    descriptions for everything you imagine you see. I suppose if you try
    to find faults in postage stamp size images, you'll make those sort of
    blunders all the time. Don't let facts get in the way of your story,
    mate.

    The chest of draws with the rest of the gifts on top, contained the
    bride's new wardrobe... It was one of the gifts from a Paris clothing
    designer... Only a jackass like you would think: Ah! A filing cabinet
    in an exclusive Brisbane club. It's Brisbane Bret, Not Chattanooga.

    You probably wouldn't know unless you bothered to look it up before
    jumping to conclusions that the "Rugby Club" where that wedding took
    place cost the groom, (a wealthy Brisbane restaurateur) over $30,000 to
    have it close for his private party on one of Brisbane's really big
    days... "River Fire".

    Your problem (Well one of them anyway) is like the trolls and sheep
    waiting with their tongue’s hanging out for me to post another photos
    so they can do some more masturbating. You've got no brains, no
    intelligence and no talent. Surely your mother or sister told you you'd
    go blind if you didn't stop?

    All the lot of you have a huge dose of jealousy for an old fart who
    even today, runs rings around the lot of you.

    Why you'd be jealous of me is beyond my comprehension but flattering
    just the same. These huge complements you give me every time you pour
    shit on my photos are gratifying for me... Is your orgasm after doing
    it gratifying for you too?

    Get over it Bret. Not even spending money on a new cameras is going to
    make you a good photographer... Just more of a loud mouth from the back
    woods of some backwater joint in a country rapidly heading for third
    world status. If the news reports are anything to go by ...it'll happen
    sooner rather than later.


    Shit Bret... Page after page after page of 'em. Which one is your house?
    http://foreclosurelistings.homemortgageforeclosures.com/search/TN_065.html
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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    Jeff R. Guest

    You're serious, right?

    If you're posting a grammar or usage flame, at least get the spelling right,
    Doug.

    If you possibly can...
     
    Jeff R., Feb 5, 2009
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    tony cooper Guest

    Doug has shown no previous signs of a sly sense of humor, but it
    really is difficult to think that he thinks "chest of draws" is
    correct. Unless, of course, he learned the term from a Bostonian who
    would at least say it that way.

    Good thing the piece wasn't an armoire. I hate to think what he would
    have come up with for that.
     
    tony cooper, Feb 5, 2009
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    Pete D Guest

    Doh, "Hollow Man" does it again........ ;-) Oh the irony!!!
     
    Pete D, Feb 5, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest



    And the hits keep piling up. Thanks sheep.
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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    Mark Thomas Guest

    "Armoire"? Oh, yeah, that would be what Douglas used to brilliant
    effect on this page:

    http://www.auspub.com.au/proofs/wedport/index.htm


    (Wallace)
    Imaging is his speciality!
    (/Wallace)
     
    Mark Thomas, Feb 5, 2009
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    Jeff R. Guest



    Hey!

    No fair!

    I claim copyright© on that joke.

    (my lawyers will be in touch)
     
    Jeff R., Feb 5, 2009
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    Mark Thomas Guest

    Sorry, didn't give appropriate attribution. I'll try to escape
    prosecution..

    Before visiting this page, please read the NOTE:
    http://www.auspub.com.au/proofs/wedport/index.htm
    NOTE - That page was first found and linked to by Jeff R. (® TM)
    "Jeff R." is Copyright © Jeff R. 2009.


    Please have mercy on me, Bud Tingwell...
     
    Mark Thomas, Feb 5, 2009
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    Annika1980 Guest

    No, it's cabinet as in "steel filing cabinet" like the one behind the
    wedding cake in your infamous "Wedding Cake / Filing cabinet" shot.

    I'm sure most of us remember that one

    Don't bother, D-Mac. You couldn't afford it.
     
    Annika1980, Feb 5, 2009
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  19. Instead of "R moiré", shouldn't it be, "We Be Moiré"?
     
    John McWilliams, Feb 5, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    Ha, ha ha.... Amazing Stuff.

    You who are possesed with the demons at night and awake with haunting
    memories of what you did yesterday in the quest to survive are the real
    sufferers. May God have mercy on your soles!

    We who wake up from a good night's sleep and greet the world for the
    first time every morning and embrace the new experiences we are about
    to discover as if it were the first time ever, are the truly gifted
    ones!

    It's our reward for having been nice to our mothers and fair to others.
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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