random flickr photo of the day

Random photo of the day – November 27, 2012 – Flickr Edition

It’s been a while since I posted a random photo.  Just been behind on a few things.  In any case, here is an oldy.  It snowed a bit today, and reminded me of some older snow scenes that I’ve taken. And looking through my older shots, I saw this one.

Shot with my old Pentax K10D and Pentax’s DA 10-17mm Fisheye.

snowedit

Pentax K10D
Pentax DA 10-17mm FE
1/750
f/6.7
10 mm
ISO 400

 

Shooting snowy scenes always gives me this calming effect, the quietness, the serenity of everything after a fresh snow fall gives you this peace from with in.  At least with me.  I hope you enjoyed.

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Random photo of the day – November 20, 2012 Flickr Edition

Pork steam buns from Ippudo – NYC

In short, EPIC. I seriously do not have the expanded vocabulary to even come up with an adjective to describe on  how good this is. All i have to say is if you are ever in NYC, you must give it a go. Oh, and their Ramen’s are also EPIC.

Pork Steam Buns

Nikon D700
1/80
f/2.8
24 mm
ISO 2500

Links:

http://www.ippudony.com/

Random Flickr photo of the day – October 24, 2012

Superman and Lois

One of the best look a likes for Superman I have seen, and Lois is not far off either. Even Lex Luthor in the background is pretty close. I later found out from a friend in Florida, that he does this a lot, and he actually knew him. Small world eh?

Superman and Lois

Nikon D700
Nikkor 24-70mm
1/80
f/2.8
40 mm
ISO 2000
+1/3 EV

Random Flickr Photo of the Day – October 23, 2012

Dinner

With Thanksgiving practically around the corner, I thought I’d remind everyone (at least for those in the United States) of the awesome food that we will all be consuming.

This was from 2 years ago.  I have yet to process my photos from last year’s Thanksgiving, which I think I should…….=/

Turkey and pork

I’m hungry already

Random Flickr photo of the day – October 22, 2012

Dead Bug

Apologies, I am a bit late in posting this photo.  I was a bit torn on what to post today, and I was also busy at work earlier, and I could not sneak it in.  In any case, I don’t know what sort of insect this is, but I found it somewhere, and I decided to keep it in a film canister for photo purposes.  Set on a white poster board, it made for a nice peaceful photo if you may.

I used my Nikon D700 with the Micro Nikkor 60mm Macro, and a Nikon SB900 flassh pointed up.

Dead Bug

Nikon D700
Nikkor 60mm
Nikon SB900
2.5
f/18.0
60 mm
ISO 200
0 EV

Random Flickr photo of the Day – October 21, 2012

Toy cars

These were the first few days I shot of this years, very short, and very much failed 365 set.  My first subject was toy cars, and I did have a ton to shoot, but a trip to Florida, and some other stuff going down quickly put a kibosh on my project. Maybe next year I can get going on it again, maybe.

2/365 Miasto 2002 Jeep Liberty

Nikon D700
Micro Nikkor 60mm
Nikon SB900
1/15
f/8.0
Focal Length 60 mm
ISO 1600
-1/3 EV

Random Flickr photo of the day – October 9, 2012

I actually didn’t shoot this.  My friend shot this, and this image is highly edited.  This was during possibly the greatest vacation I ever took.  End of summer 2009, I went to the Pacific Northwest for a few days for fun and relaxation.  It was all of that and then some.  Just travelling without and stress is a worth ten times more than the cost of the trip itself.

My friend showed me around the Seattle area, and we took a drive down to  Portland, Oregon for the day.  On the drive back, we elected to drive towards the Pacific Coast Highway, to stop by the Pacific Ocean.  We got there a few minutes before the sun started to set.  I took a few shots of my own of the sun set, and little did I know my friend was taking photos of me taking photos of the scenery.  I turned around and saw her, so I decided to take a pic of her also, and this was that photo.  I ended up messing around wit it a bit in photoshop, and I made it look like i was shooting the sunset instead of me taking a picture of her.

Shooting the sun

Photo by Kat Sezto – Post processing by Jean-Paul de Guzman
Nikon D90
1/250
f/14.0
52 mm
ISO 200

And for comparisons sake, here is the original image, straight RAW conversion to JPG.