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Bus Repair - created by photonut


Bus Repair
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  • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION
  • Camera model: NIKON D5200
  • Exposure time: 10/600
  • Aperture: f/5.6
  • ISO: 3200

(1 year and 176 days ago)

avatar still26
still26 says:

Good upload, he really is absorbed into this work and we can see that clearly.

author says:

thanks Olga

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Cold Storage - created by kyricom


Cold Storage
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  • Camera: RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-3
  • Exposure time: 1/6
  • Aperture: f/4.0
  • ISO: 800

Who knows how long these have been stored underground? (2 years and 306 days ago)

No comments yet... Be the first!tools, wrenches, toolbox

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Guardian of tools - created by skyangel


Guardian of tools
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  • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION
  • Camera model: NIKON D5100
  • Exposure time: 1/125
  • Aperture: f/5.6
  • ISO: 320

The iron bird guarding the tools is also made of tools. The local blacksmith makes animals from recycled iron tools. (2 years and 307 days ago)

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still26 says:

I really like the humour of this photograph. It is well taken and clear with good contrast and marginal space showing. It may be a more effective presentation if you nipped off , just a bit, on our left side. Very lovely entry to study. Thank.

author says:

Thank you for the feedback Olga. I appreciate it. However, I can't see that cropping anything off would improve it in any way so I will leave it as it is.
As it is, the body and wings of the metal bird are on the rule of thirds. Cropping some from the left side would ruin that.

(2 years and 306 days ago)


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still26 says:

There is a time and place to break rules and you can break them when you understand them. A bit more of a crop, would hold the focal area larger for the the viewer and engage us more. "Suum cuique pulchrum est" - to each his own.

author says:

I agree. Sometimes it's just a matter of taste. To each his own. I like it the way it is. If it doesn't engage you enough the way it is, you need to vote accordingly.

(2 years and 306 days ago)


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still26 says:

I did but you still get a 5.5 stars (big smile)

author says:

You make me laugh.

(2 years and 305 days ago)


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still26 says:

It will be nice to meet you in person. I know we would laugh heartily at each other and together. RON ..... HALLO ......time for a wee little honeymoon trip to exotica!

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Lens Repair - created by chieflong


Lens Repair
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  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon EOS 50D
  • Exposure time: 1/60
  • Aperture: f/8.0
  • ISO: 200

Repairing my 17-85mm lens! Works like a charm now! (2 years and 309 days ago)

avatar Wayne Cheah

What went wrong and how was it fixed?

author says:

It was jammed and I was no longer able to zoom with it. Found a small screw had come loose and it was stuck in the mechanism. Easy fix this time!

(2 years and 308 days ago)


Thanks for the reply.

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no need for the weights - created by janoogee


no need for the weights
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cutting wood with a hand bow saw give one a workout (5 years and 390 days ago)

avatar kyricom
kyricom says:

Yes, it certainly will

author says:

So you have done that before? Thanks for the comment.

(5 years and 388 days ago)


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kyricom says:

Shoot... when I was a kid I spent many summers at my grandfather's 400 acres in the deep woods of northern Wisconsin. They used wood to heat the place back then, and my siblings and cousins and I spent MANY an hour chopping and sawing wood (although, there was plenty of fun stuff to do too).

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