Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by alexromo, Oct 14, 2008.
Slymar ... good riddance.
felt the same way.
does this mean you're mexican?
you should have some great pics of porter ranch, post them up man
They are all shitty, but criticism is more than welcome.
How was your place? you guys ok over there? Anyone we know get hurt or evacuated?
awww.. wish I could take pics like that.
those are very journalistic... and nice.
Most of the time it's just "right place, right time".
Yeh it was insane. I was at a movie shoot in Mojave desert on sunday night and we were coming back to LA on monday morning, spent 5 hours in traffic. 210 and 118 freeway were closed.
i dont think so, probably pat in the hat, he lives almost across the street from where the sylmar fire first started, but i havent talked to him or heard anything, yet
the pic of the fireman knocked out on the grass is a killer pic man
thanks man. I really appreciate it. I didn't want to wake the guy. He looked like he really worked his ass off. (which I'm sure he did). There were a few others that were just resting around but didn't want to bother them.
edit - that's also my favorite picture so far. They kicked ass, and were all super nice.
used a tripod for mine at 20 seconds, but the wind was blowing kinda hard
same. my shutter speed was 4 seconds, but had tons of wind.. and a creepy dude talking to me about seeing satan in the fire.
If you have a backpack or something similar (bag, toddler, etc) drape it over the legs of the tripod. In wind I usually strap by backpack onto the tripod first and then put the camera on.
I'll try that next time.
Shame you didn't get lower to the ground and shoot horizontally. I think the framing would have been a bit nicer.
Good idea on the shot though.
thanks.. yeah. I should have. I'll do that next year when the fires hit again