A shot of me, getting the shot with the Nex 3n.

Discussion in 'Sony Alpha E-Mount Cameras' started by Lucille, May 30, 2013.

  1. Lucille

    Lucille TalkEmount Veteran

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    The wonderful shallow depth of field from the Cybershot, of me getting the shot:


    r66-60.






    and the shot I was getting:



    r66-119.
     
  2. Moshe

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    Wow, I didn't know you were a girl.

    The reason I'm surprised is because you listed a few cars which have lots of horse power.

    Do photograph cars for a living?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using TalkNEX mobile app
     
  3. Lucille

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    No sir, I don't photo cars for a living, just a newbie whom loves shooting... Here I am again, captured by the Sony Rx1 Cybershot.


    0523-1.
     
  4. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

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    Ashland, OR, USA
    David
    Hey Lucille, don't be shy! You can turn around and face the camera. :p
     
  5. Lucille

    Lucille TalkEmount Veteran

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    Ok daddy-o.



    sen-1.
     
  6. Lucille

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  7. Lucille

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    When my 2011 Camaro hit 10k miles, I took it to ADM Performance nearby Dallas Texas, to Andy whom is 'THE' Premiere Camaro
    builder in the Country, I told him my car was slow. With in a few hrs my Chantilly Lace looked like this:

    chan-tex-4.


    chan-tex-5.


    chan-tex-6.



    Two days later she had a brand new Ligenfelter engine with a Whipple blower, a brand new rearend and new fuel system and was driven home back to New Mexico. She made 616rwhp, uncorrected, not bad thru a auto tranny.


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  8. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

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    David
    Woof! You (and your Camaro) rock, Lucille!
     
  9. gio

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    I think the user name is a bit of a giveaway :biggrin:
     
  10. Jaf-Photo

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    Many moons ago the Prefab Sprout sang that there are more things than just cars and girls ([video=youtube;jEJdfDD4dVg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEJdfDD4dVg[/video]). Clearly they were wrong.
     
  11. Lucille

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    How do you like my twin turbo GTO, Sweet Maybellene?


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  12. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

    Dec 12, 2012
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    David
    More than cars and girls? Hm... Let me think. Well, there are motorcycles too!

    Mt.McL3.
     
  13. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

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    David
    Lucille, if I ever encounter you on the highway, I ain't messin' with ya! Promise! :laugh1:
     
  14. ErickSaint

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    Erick
    Ligenfelter...DROOL. Nice work. With a skirt and jacket like that you should be in something a bit more "vintage", just saying.
     
  15. Lucille

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    I love your hair daddy-o....

    I slicked up this hepcat, used some Shiner Gold, then took a image with the Rx1.


    0323-2.


    I have tons of pomades, love collecting the tins, Shiner Gold, Layrite, Mr. Ducktail, White Lightining, Slick w 50, Tru-Hold, Suavecito, ect.

    I owned a 64Tbird, 56 Belair, 64 VW Bug....... I do need a 58 Impala..
     
  16. Lucille

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    Here I am playing a vintage pinball machine from the late 50's, in Vegas, aka Hepcat City.


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  17. ErickSaint

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    Erick
    Nice shot, and hair.

    My go to always seems to be good ol cheap Murrays. But I also have some Sweet Georgia Brown (blue can, not sure if they even make this any more), Suavecito, Layrite but hate the way it gets rock hard when it dries, Tres Flores, Black and White, along with some Krew comb and Brylcreem. And a few others I tried once and forgot about. I kind of have a hair product problem, or did at one point.

    I'm still trying to make it out for VLV one of these years.
     
  18. Lucille

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    Try you some Mr. Ducktail, you can find it on Amazon, that stuff has very nice hold and has the best scent out I have ever smelled from a pomade. It is pricey, around 12 bucks for a smallish tin, but give it a try, easily my favorite.
     
  19. ErickSaint

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    Erick
    Price isnt that bad, maybe next time I place an amazon order I'll try some. Locally Layrite and Suavecito are both around $15. I had been trying the easy out water based stuff for a while, but always end up back on the heavy petro based stuff. But I've gotten pretty good at being able to get that stuff out almost completely in 1 wash.