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Got a Nikon DSLR, no idea what I am doing but loving it all. Really just trying to understand it and learn how to use it right now. But its so much fun. 

 

33466974111_e30607bab1_b.jpgDSC_0503 by alan.bray1, on Flickr

 

33212655510_73b0f0576d_b.jpgLincolns Inn by alan.bray1, on Flickr

 

If you ever decide to visit Oxford, I'll give you a crash course in using manual mode. Though I might come out in a rash, I really don't like the ergonomics of Nikon.

 

4 Second long exposure fun -

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Gas Flame by Kevin, on Flickr

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If you ever decide to visit Oxford, I'll give you a crash course in using manual mode. Though I might come out in a rash, I really don't like the ergonomics of Nikon.

 

4 Second long exposure fun -

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Gas Flame by Kevin, on Flickr

I am too scared to even come out of auto right now.

Trying to really educate myself whenever I can and its been a lot of fun. 

I think manual will be on the back burner for a while but for sure, if I get there, thanks for the offer. Its been too long since I got to Oxford. 

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attn photo people: does anyone know anything about lenses that produce swirly bokeh? i've been looking into the helios lenses but i just read somewhere that you need a full frame camera to actually get the swirly effect in ur photos, and i have cropped frame :[ does anyone know if there's a work around for this? i don't want to get the lens if what i'm buying it for requires an entirely different camera body

 

this is the desired effect:

 

15717930587_bc945863b6_k.jpg^ giacomo ferri

 

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^dapalmerpeter 

 

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basically the bokehs get more oblong towards the edges, supposedly it's a defect of some vintage lenses 

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killin it..esp the train platform photo is so ~poignant

That was in Omaha.

 

There was always a late night stop somewhere and I always stayed awake for it. Everyone else slept. It was eerie at that station. Slightly ghostly vibe to it.

Really wish I could spend a day at each stop. I think that's my bucket list now.

 

Slightly have a fear of going through all my pics at the moment. No idea where to start.

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