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Gonna try it one more time...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by halfded, Mar 6, 2009.

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  1. halfded

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    So I really like guns, and I really like photography, but computers are not my forte. So I'm going to try one more time to post some of my gun porn pics. Hopefully I got it this time.

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    If this doesn't work then I'm at a loss. The pics are on photobucket, and are really small in size.
     
  2. DocBoCook

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    Looks like they came out, and would be really nice, except for that stick of butter with a handle you have in the top pictures ;)
     
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    ROFL!! Had to take pics of the new arrival, especially with the perty coloring job I did with my shiny new box of crayolas!
     
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    Nicely done. I especially like the close up of the speed loader with the Taurus in the back ground.
     
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    Looks okay to me; the close-up on your Glock 19 is very well done.
     
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    I like the revolver image a lot, well done!

    The first two images are good but I would remove the blue color cast. Make sure your camera is set for the right light you are using. If you're using natural light make sure you have the camera set to daylight. You can remove the blue saturation by using a photo editing program if you have one.

    Keep photographing the more you photograph the faster it will all come together and don't be afraid to experiment.

    Good luck!
     
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    I appreciate the tips, but allow me to direct you here: rfphotography.dotphoto.com

    I've been doing this a little while. It's funny you mentioned to use photo editing software to take out the blue cast. I used software to put it on there! I thought it looked nice with the tone of the pistol and the white camo. Guess not huh? I agree with the experimentation part though. I love taking my camera out and trying new things with it, never know what you're gonna get. Let me know what you think of some of my other stuff. Haven't updated the site in a while, but you get the idea.
     
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    Here's pretty much the same pic without the blue cast. Just looks kind of plain to me. The blue cast gives it that moonlight "tacti-cool" look, I think.

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