My New Picture Web Site

Thomas J.

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I just put together a new picture web site that is in conjunction with flikr . It has most of my current trees and some of which I recently sold. To the right of each pic is a brief description of each tree, mainly when the tree was purchased as compared to the date of the recent pic, most being within the last year or two. There is also a place for comments next to each pic so feel free to do so.:)

http://www.fluidr.com/photos/24423071@N02
 

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Nice site...great pictures....awesome bonsais

Thomas great bonsais...if you ever selling some of your JBP let me know.....
 

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Nice presentation and variety
Good job Thomas
 

Thomas J.

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if you ever selling some of your JBP let me know..


Yeah it seems like everyone is wanting my JBPs.:) I think I still have a few good years left in me though so it might be a while if you can wait.:D
 

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You have beautiful photos, and really nice trees!

Andrew
 

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Thomas, very nice trees and a clean presentaion on your website. Dave in Colorado;)
 

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Very impressive. Thanks for the wonderful photos
 

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Great photos. Would you mind sharing your set up?
 

Thomas J.

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Would you mind sharing your set up?



Hi there,
which set up are you referring to, as to how I take the pics, or something else? :confused:
 

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Okay, glad you asked. Even though I have four different camera systems, Olympus, Sony, Nikon, and Canon, my set up is pretty basic. For all the ones that show a real black background, those were shot on the patio at night with my Olympus camera. No flash is ever used on these, instead I use a wide angle fast lens (2.8). In one hand I hold the camera and in the other I hold a 100 watt patio light shining right where it needs to be. Since I'm using a wide angle lens I can be pretty close to my subject.

Those pics with a black background that is not as black is made with a black fabric material shot in daylight. The same goes for the white background using a white pull down shade.

The ones with the blurred background is made with either my Nikon or my Canon cams using a telephoto lens set with a wide apeture. :D

My interest in shooting my trees has led me into photography and a lot of fun shooting everything from portraits to macro pics of flowers and insects.:)
 

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