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Beautiful wideangle shot

Is that Sweden?

cheers man. you´re close, that is from the finnish archipelago. full moon setting and mars on the rise, such bliss

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I just witnessed the midnight sun over there :^)

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That's a gorgeous photo, megapussi.

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been out shooting a lot lately, to satisfying results. also opened an instagram but god, that website is so terrible, too bad it's the only one with an audience.

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also opened an instagram but god, that website is so terrible, too bad it's the only one with an audience.

 

I'm really close to deleting my Instagram account again (yeah I've done it once before). It's a bloated mess now, and when the only compelling reason to stay on a platform is the amount of potential reach, that's not really a good enough reason to stay in my opinion.

 

I've been posting stuff more on VSCO lately - the app is much more streamlined, and has none of the bullshit that Instagram has. It also has better image quality.

 

There are also way less vapid posts on there.

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@crypto: Very interesting impressions of a place somewhere across the pacific. I especially like the pic with the construction site in the dark. Pretty interesting and unique colour editing too

 

@romanticdude: love the minimalism of the first pic

 

@osc: Is this the VSCO that makes the film emulation presets for Lightroom?

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@crypto: Very interesting impressions of a place somewhere across the pacific. I especially like the pic with the construction site in the dark. Pretty interesting and unique colour editing too

 

@romanticdude: love the minimalism of the first pic

 

@osc: Is this the VSCO that makes the film emulation presets for Lightroom?

Yeah, there's the VSCO app for iOS and Android - to access, upload to, and use the image sharing platform on there is free

 

You can pay a yearly subscription to get access to more filters built into the app, but that's not necessary to use the image sharing

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cool, might give it a shot

def post your username on there, you'll gain a follower here

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57% of the following pictures contain a 100% deadly poisonous plant. Real edgy no?

 

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reminds me of like 70s sci fi i don't know why  :ok:

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Very nice macros. Which lens are you using?

 

Thanks, I use a Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM, I sometimes combine it with extension tube and close-up diopter

 

This one:

 

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@darrel - Psy sci-fi. Beautiful shots!

 

@romanticdude - straight out of a Nicolas Winding Refn movie, perfection!

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Took this one the other day at work...

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the sky-bridges are a dead giveaway to anyone whose been there.

 

 

also his location gives it away, methinks

 

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Metropolis?

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cool pic, which city is that?

 

the sky-bridges are a dead giveaway to anyone whose been there.

 

 

also his location gives it away, methinks

 

It's downtown Minneapolis, known for the Skyways as Marked said...

"The Minneapolis Skyway System is an interlinked collection of enclosed pedestrian footbridges that connect various buildings in 80 full city blocks over 11 miles (18 km) of Downtown Minneapolis, enabling people to walk in climate-controlled comfort year-round." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minneapolis_Skyway_System

 

also, nice shots

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WOW.  Absolutely beautiful.  Also is that dust a part of the photographs or a part of the scan?

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