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Rogan

Photography - Snapshots of the Day

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I looked around, but didn't stumble upon a pre-existing thread, so here we go.

Basically, if you are an amateur to expert photographer, or just like to take pics with your camera phone, post them up to share. If you see a photo somewhere that is not your own work, but would like to share, then show us. Just be courteous and cite the original, please.

If you have the Exif data, include. If not, don't worry about it :)

Ok, so I'll start with a couple...

First one is of some geese I snapped a yr or so ago, late fall.

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Circa 2009

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[*] Camera Make = SONY

[*] Camera Model = DSLR-A100

[*] Picture Orientation = normal (1)

[*] Last Modified Date/Time = 2009:02:01 11:05:28

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[*] Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/500 second ===> 0.002 second

[*] Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 80/10 ===> ƒ/8

[*] ISO Speed Ratings = 100

[*] Original Date/Time = 2009:02:01 11:05:28

[*] Flash = Flash did not fire, auto mode

[*] Focal Length = 2500/10 mm ===> 250 mm

[*] Image Width = 739 pixels

[*] Image Height = 527 pixels

An Acura Integra GS-R I built from the ground-up, for a good friend of mine. Was a dark red rolling shell when I got it. I handed him the keys when it was completed. House of Kolors Gold Sunrise Pearl, 485whp on 18psi and pump gas. The car was stolen 2 weeks later, in Waldorf, MD. It was never recovered.

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circa 2008

My old '87 Merkur XR4Ti 2.3L 8valve turbo. 355whp, 439lbft Torque:

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circa 2000

A HIND helo of my uncle's. He's got many odd aircraft.

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circa Fall 2010

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that helicopter is awesome, and that is a beautiful sunset. Now here's mine!

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Some great pics but my goodness Mike, im so jealous of you getting to see that country everyday.:drool:

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awesome pics, guys! And Mike, I showed my wife those pics, and she wants to move there! LOL

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Taken at Turkey Point Island, in Maryland, 4/11/09

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EXIF Sub IFD

* Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/500 second ===> 0.002 second

* Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 56/10 ===> ƒ/5.6

* Exposure Program = normal program (2)

* ISO Speed Ratings = 200

* Original Date/Time = 2009:04:11 13:58:42

* Brightness (APEX) = 812/100

* Brightness = 278.2 foot-lambert

* Exposure Bias (EV) = 0/10 ===> 0

* Max Aperture Value (APEX) = 497/100 ===> 4.97

Max Aperture = ƒ/5.6

* Metering Mode = pattern / multi-segment (5)

* Light Source / White Balance = unknown (0)

* Flash = Flash did not fire, auto mode

* Focal Length = 3000/10 mm ===> 300 mm

* Image Source = digital still camera (DSC)

* Scene Type = directly photographed image

* Custom Rendered = normal process (0)

* Exposure Mode = auto exposure (0)

* White Balance = auto (0)

* Digital Zoom Ratio = 0/1 ===> 0

* Focal Length in 35mm Film = 450

* Gain Control = low gain up (1)

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Thank you I think I took about 60 shots of these two osprey and only got a handful of decent shots.

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Last night, while plowing. This was after about 4" of the 10-11" total we got..post-10339-138698175283_thumb.jpg

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Last night, while plowing. This was after about 4" of the 10-11" total we got.. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2460[/ATTACH]

i hear and see that you folks out east are gettin' hammered with the snow this year!!

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OVER ACHIEVER!!!!:lmao::lmao:

LOL

And you need a Cummins?? :lmao2::lmao: Heck I plow that much with my neighbors ATV... :stuned:

Yeah yeah yeah.. LOL

i hear and see that you folks out east are gettin' hammered with the snow this year!!

Yeah, we got 11" at the house, and about 12" a few miles south, where I have a few plow contracts.. It's snowing again, now, and we're supposed to get flogged next week, from what I understand.. Poke fun all you want, Mike. $125/hr, every 2" of snow.. :spend:

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Yeah, we got 11" at the house, and about 12" a few miles south, where I have a few plow contracts.. It's snowing again, now, and we're supposed to get flogged next week, from what I understand.. Poke fun all you want, Mike. $125/hr, every 2" of snow.. :spend:

Yeah I know... Seriously I do the same thing come summer time with firewood ($150 a cord - ChaChing!) post-2-138698175289_thumb.jpg (Cummins Skidder... )

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you've got "wood"bring me 2 cords. I'll have $300 cash waiting for ya.. ;)

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Since Rogan's paying the shipping, you can drop me off 2 cords on the way.:thumb1: Gary

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Looking at the GS-R you posted, brings me back memories of when I was building my B16A from the ground up... cylinder head and VTEC solenoid just sit in the garage and collect dust now. :cry:

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Looking at the GS-R you posted, brings me back memories of when I was building my B16A from the ground up... cylinder head and VTEC solenoid just sit in the garage and collect dust now. :cry:

Before:

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Became:

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So then, I took this:

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Plus some good leftovers from the blue one, and made this:

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Of course, the above pic was taken a little before I had it all back together.. A few weeks after the dyno session, I hauled the car back to the bodyshop to get a few things touched up. While it was there, a few weeks later, it was stolen. Only the wheels were recovered about 4 months later.

$40K, poof.. insurance gave him $4500. LOL He was actually waiting on the approval from the insurance for show-car coverage; having already submitted the build portfolio.

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