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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 420 on 12/19/2011 5:34 PM >

Posted by decrepitude
http://gemini670.s...19940_UL48Y-XL.jpg



Nice shot man, I wish most aircraft museums weren't forced to be so compact so it would open up for better photos.

That there is an L-39, I would love to get my hands on one, they are one of the largest privately owned military jets. You can pic them up fairly cheap (as far as a military fighter goes for lol ). This is the same type of jet that I posted these crash site photos for.. http://www.uer.ca/...d=1&threadid=96443


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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 421 on 12/19/2011 5:38 PM >

See what you did Decrep...... you got me started on aircraft again lol. I have actually been looking deeply into aircraft photography lately, gonna start trying to get more into it...




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post by cr400   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 422 on 12/19/2011 6:39 PM >

Fat ol' man = 1.
Diabolical ropes course = 0
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post by decrepitude   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 423 on 12/19/2011 6:44 PM >

Posted by SinCalRyder
Nice shot man, I wish most aircraft museums weren't forced to be so compact so it would open up for better photos.


Thanks, the photo was taken at the Hiller air museum. It is a bit tight in there but they have a great assortment of aircraft and other funky stuff. I took that pic right after I acquired my wide angle and I cant think of a better place to use it.






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post by Vectored Approach   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 424 on 12/19/2011 7:27 PM >

I like Hiller. Pretty cool museum.

There's also a good, smaller, air museum in San Martin that I volunteer at. Should check it out sometime.


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post by decrepitude   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 425 on 12/19/2011 9:54 PM >

Posted by cr400
Fat ol' man = 1.
Diabolical ropes course = 0


Nice CR, tear it up!




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post by Alice   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 426 on 12/19/2011 11:22 PM >

We've been super busy and still haven't finished editing our photos from our Birth-o-Ween exploration weekend down south. We will create a thread eventually... for now a few that I have finished editing.














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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 427 on 12/19/2011 11:30 PM >

Nice shots there Alice, yeah I have been lagging on my editing of those as well lol.


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post by Alice   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 428 on 12/19/2011 11:50 PM >

Posted by SinCalRyder
Nice shots there Alice, yeah I have been lagging on my editing of those as well lol.


Oh good! That makes me feel better!


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post by RescueMe1060   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 429 on 12/20/2011 12:45 AM >

do they still have the pod racer?


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post by cr400   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 430 on 12/20/2011 1:39 AM >

SinCal, Whats up with the Petroleum Hwy? Anything good up in that area?



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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
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<Reply # 431 on 12/20/2011 2:37 AM >

Petroleum Highway? We talking Hwy 33 through Taft and McKittrick?


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post by cr400   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 432 on 12/20/2011 3:29 AM >

Yup! 33 thru Kern County. Looks like it starts near the 101, thru Ojai, and Lockwood valley, and on up thru your neck of the woods. Looks like it is about 300 miles in length.


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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 433 on 12/20/2011 3:45 AM >

Ill PM you tomorrow when I have some time, If you start in Ojai then you have tons of options, some are abandonment stuff, while others are just cool spots in general. Just keep in mind to plan for time, the trip from Ojai to Taft is a long part, but amazing stuff.


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post by cr400   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 434 on 12/20/2011 1:22 PM >

Lookin' into a little cycle trip. I had seen parts of this over the years, and then saw that it was a longer trip than I thought. I'll probably do it in smaller bits? Maybe 1/2 to start with?

Still planing it. But any info helps, thanks.


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Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 435 on 12/20/2011 4:45 PM >

CR, you should actually come up to Bakersfield sometime and hang out =) We could even hit up some mines together! I rode out through the 33 and Ohai once, and in a truck several times. That area is gorgeous.

Other pics:



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Okay so it's 4 photos a day. Sue me.





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post by decrepitude   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 436 on 12/20/2011 5:25 PM >

Nice pictures Alice.

You WILL run out of photos Therrin...trust me.

Todays.






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post by cr400   |  | 
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<Reply # 437 on 12/20/2011 6:51 PM >

Jezus..........No wonder Angelka ran screaming back east, is that what you were makin' her squeeze thru?

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post by SinCalRyder   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 438 on 12/20/2011 7:19 PM >

Hey I recognize that ship....... I actually took a bunch of photos this night, but never could get what I was going for. The whole night time light stuff is a whole new world to shoot hehehe




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post by decrepitude   |  | 
Re: Pacific Southwest photo a day.
<Reply # 439 on 12/20/2011 7:58 PM >

Posted by SinCalRyder
Hey I recognize that ship....... I actually took a bunch of photos this night, but never could get what I was going for. The whole night time light stuff is a whole new world to shoot hehehe

http://sinsualimag...bctonemapped-L.jpg


General rules:

Turn down ISO to eliminate image noise (I use about 200 or less).

ALWAYS use the manual "bulb" setting for full camera exposure control.

Use a remote or the camera timer to keep blur and camera movement to a minimum.

Don't forget your tri-pod.

You'll be light painting and shooting long exposures in no time (and its a lot of fun).

I hope this was helpful.



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