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Dude I think you and I have the same ideas for photographs. I have ideas for photographs similar to this that involve hands, too. I saw this on my awed with excitement. Mad, mad respect. When I finally do the photos I have in mind I’m totally gonna send you a picture of them. Have you done any others like these? Again, amazing job.


I’ve been looking for some for a while and was wondering if anyone knew where I could look.


Forgive me in advance, I'm sure every city's sub reddit gets these types of questions and I'm sure its annoying but, I browsed a little bit on Google and I looked for a sidebar that might help answer this question but, no avail. If I missed it I guess I'm just dumb as hell. But, two of my friends and I are driving cross country and planning on going through the Rockies. We'll be passing through Kansas City our first night from Northeast Georgia and I was curious what is the one place a person needs to eat if they were to visit this place once. BBQ preferably and expected. Thank you all very much in advance for the help or suggestions. If anyone would like to leave me a GTFO I will accept it. I will be browsing Google in the meantime. By the way, I think the top place suggested so far by Google is a place called Q39. Are they legit? Are they a tourist thing? Are they some trendy newcomer to the city's scene? I was skeptical when I looked at it. When I eat BBQ down here its usually a little shack open 3 days with a smokehouse out back.

PS I'm sad to report one of our party is... a vegan (not the kind that bashes you and judges you for choosing to eat meat and dairy). Are there any places in the area that might cater to him at all? Any Asian places or the such?


In truth, Joe's KC actually has a vegan-option sandwich. I've never had it but it's supposedly pretty good. Menu

The Portobello Z-Man It's a Z-Man! With smoked mushrooms, instead of brisket! Write-Up

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Original Poster4 points · 17 days ago

This is looking more and more like this is going to be the must-do. If my buddy isn't into it we'll take him to Char Bar after.

You know . . . if your buddy isn't digging the menu @ Joe's, there's a fantastic little Thai / noodle shop that's about 1/4 mile from Joe's. Lots of good vegan options.

It's the Lulu's in Westwood. Just an FYI.

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Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

We will definitely keep that place in mind. Thank you.

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Instagram and the hunger for popularity.

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I started doing Instagram because I liked taking pictures. I have like 1300 posts and only 120 followers. Though there’s a part of me that wishes more people could see my pictures I’m still really excited about taking pictures. So, much that I went to a local college to get a degree and I’m now have a degree that shows professional photographer. I’m hoping to make a career out of it before too long.

Oh man, when I opened the post, I only saw the top part of the photo first and thought: what an amazing shot of clouds. And then I scrolled down....

The water, clouds, sky, beach, sky etc make this a great, calm landscape or architecture shot. the two (3) persons reduce the photo to a holiday snapshot.

I'd try to cut the entire right side off. You'll end up with a thin vertical slice, it could look quite cool.

Exposure-wise, I think the post-processing is too much. dial it back a little or turn in black and white, it would look more dramatic without looking fake

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Original Poster1 point · 26 days ago

By the way are you talking about cutting the right side out so there are no people at all?

Well, its a personal choice. I saw a landscape / architecture photo and the people felt distracting. Again, personal choice, I just like the balanced clouds / water. Something like this?

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Original Poster1 point · 25 days ago

Ah, I see. I wasn’t going for that. If you were told the title of the picture it might make a little more sense. The comment is my title. I’m real unorthodox when it comes to naming my photographs. Here’s a link

I am gonna tweak it a little in the future though. I appreciate it.

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My immediate reaction is asking what exactly am I suppose to be focused on? I see the graffiti but the color of the buildings somewhat match the wall art and then I keep looking at the car on the bottom and then it’s not all there. For street photography, I’d definitely, of course, highlight one thing and frame it up with things that would put focus on it. Maybe a quick run through photo shot to change the blue of the graffiti would make it more dynamic?

I saw your IG handle I’m gonna browse your other stuff.

Original Poster1 point · 26 days ago

Thank you for your feedback. The subject is definitely the graffiti. It is a busy junction, so it is tough to avoid people and cars. And I am already at the lowest angle possible trying to get an angle which can capture the position of the street art. But I understand what you mean, maybe I could have avoided the street in total and gone for the walls with the street art. But I felt the dynamic street added to the scene, especially with the lights coming on in the shops as light started waning.

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Made if you can get eye level with the design.

I personally don’t think you need the Vignette on the edges. It’s a landscape just let those colors show all over.

Composition is spot on! Very beautifully framed.


I wonder if it wasn't the Forest but, I remember a while back it was posted and it took place in a lush looking Forest and I believe a monologue was overdubbed on it and at the end it has this gnarly looking humanoid creature with half of a face that let out a loud shrill and then it cut to black. Anyone remember what that could have been or does it ring a bell? The trailer seemed kind of long too, like 4 or 5 minutes.


That definitely sounds like The Forest, I can't think of anything thats upcoming that would feature that

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

It seems like it but, I cant find that trailer. The graphics looked very very good.

2 points · 1 month ago

Well if you're looking for that kind of game and you haven't played The Forest yet, I'd totally recommend it. Completely open-world, non-linear, and its beautiful, the story is conveyed through the world itself. Defenitely worth a play.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

It was Book of the Dead.


I want to photograph the blood moon coming up but, I'm wondering if my camera's specs are good enough to capture it.


It's an AF-D lens not an AF-S.

The autofocus isn't built in, it's driven by the body. If you look at the rear of the lens where it joins the body and turn the focus ring you'll see a small gear (looks like a flat screw head) spinning around. A body with a focus motor turns that and focuses the lens, a full manual focus lens doesn't have that. The D7xxx bodies and all the full frame bodies can use that.

If you want a lens that will autofocus on your body you need AF-S.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Ah, gotcha. I feel dumb now.

Don't feel dumb, I'm pretty sure literally every Nikon owner has had this confusion.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Shots fired.

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Like this little pumpkin

Original Poster3 points · 1 month ago

Nah, I normally keep them. But I would sell them if someone wanted them desperately enough. And if I had enough free time to work on them a lot lol.

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If you made anything jack-o’-lantern related I’d throw you a couple of bucks.

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2 points · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

I, too, recently completed my degree. I’d love to see her work.

Edit: more work.


But, I want to keep the black space around it. I'm trying to fit it into a frame but its just slightly too big for an 11x18 that one end will be cut off and the other end won't. I'd be so thankful. Thank you.

Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Thanks, friend. I hate to admit I have photoshop but, I'm still super novice. I need a huge refresher I can never figure out how to do the simplest of things sometimes. Thank you so much.


Thank you so much in advance I need it for my final photography class.

Edit: Maybe more like an inch or two? I didn't realize how little a quarter would show out.


Do you mind if I ask what settings you used? I am a little bit into photography but I would never be able to make such exposures

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Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

Nikon d5500

100 iso 4 sec shitter speed 10 aperture 20 mm lens (40 mm for a cropped sensor)

manually focused I guess? Even the moon is damn sharp and perfectly exposed! I would love to see more of your photos

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