Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Mon Mar 07, 2016 1:27 pm

It's a lovely little village isn't it. Another well worth a visit is Lacock. Really unusual in that you don't see any TV arials or electricity wires anywhere making for some really timeless shots.

(Thought your Castle Combe set deserved it's own thread BTW so I moved it here)
It is an amazing place to get the creative juices flowing(residents can get a bit hostile though!). It was also nice to go out with a few togs of varying experience, pick up a few tips and see how others work.

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:44 pm

10/52 pattern and texture. this was actually quitea challenge because I have a little fear thing of birds! so I went of to the deer and bird park and Prinknash. To add to my woes I decided to use a broken lens that will only focus manually(not to mention a focal length that I dont normally use). I got some lovely shot that I will upload in a seperate post but here is my favporite one for the 52 challenge
ImagePeacock feathers by philip munyard, on Flickr

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sat Mar 26, 2016 4:14 pm

Better late than never ;) last week was a bit crazy so Im playing catch up.
This one was splash. great fun doing this one everything got soaked :)
Image11-52 splash-1 by philip munyard, on Flickr

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Richard Olpin » Sun Mar 27, 2016 12:54 am

This one was splash. great fun doing this one everything got soaked :)
Great idea! I've been meaning to have a go at that kind of thing for ages, must give it a go sometime.

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:00 pm

This one was splash. great fun doing this one everything got soaked :)
Great idea! I've been meaning to have a go at that kind of thing for ages, must give it a go sometime.
cheers it was a good idea until I got it into post and realised auto iso was on and it was taken at 3200 iso!! I wondered why things were not going quite as planned when I shot it :lol:

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:02 pm

12/32 Iced. I wanted to do something a bit abstract and so I thought ice was a good plan . quite pleased with this but thing wish I had a macro lens would have made it loads better .
Image12-52 Iced by philip munyard, on Flickr

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sun Apr 03, 2016 6:36 pm

I went out this morning to do some action sport photography with of camera flash. it was very bright sun and was actually more tricky than I though. I had a disappointing hit rate. But I did get this one that I liked .
13-52 over the top
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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Richard Olpin » Mon Apr 04, 2016 1:17 am

I went out this morning to do some action sport photography with of camera flash. it was very bright sun and was actually more tricky than I though.
Anything in particular you struggled with?

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sat Apr 09, 2016 9:02 pm

I went out this morning to do some action sport photography with of camera flash. it was very bright sun and was actually more tricky than I though.
Anything in particular you struggled with?
I think the problem was that I had to keep the shutter speed in sync with the flash and it wasnt freezing the action so the motion was quite often blurred. Think I need HSS

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Re: Phil Munyard Project 52 2016

Postby Phil Munyard » Sat Apr 09, 2016 9:04 pm

14/52 HDR
Never tried HDR so though it was a nice evening so I trogged up to Tyndale monument during the golden hour.
this was my favorite
Image14-52 hdr tyndale monument-1 by philip munyard, on Flickr

this one was a bit different and I forgot to straighten it :) but it has charm :)
Image14-52 hdr tyndale monument-1-2 by philip munyard, on Flickr


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