Reader Photos Roundup: June 9, 2013

Burn Time

It’s time for our weekly break from the gear for a few minutes so we can enjoy another round of reader photos from the Photography Bay Flickr Group.

Check out the rest of the photos below.

You can mouse over any photo for title and photographer names. Additionally, clicking on the photos will take you to its Flickr page where you can read more about the shot, leave a compliment or connect with the photographer.

Night Fishing

the_pond

walkway 3

Riding the Corridor - 3

Easy

The Bar at Riverwinds

Self Portrait

Colorful Field

YESTERDAY'S RAIN

Broken jetty.

Wondering

lines

G-Ray Sky

Absolutely Twisted @ Absolute Condos, Mississauga Ontario (Explore)

IMG_5777

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Carpe Diem

Untitled

Rain Shower

IMG_5844

Portrait of Farzaneh

4O4C8390

Sunny Side Up

Monster Energy King Of Europe Rnd3 @ Spain

Rabbitluv

I can

Don't go!!

Blacksmith at work

Horseshoe Bend

P7700 kicks some serious fucking business

Taste of Ann Arbor

More Rain

David Haworth (1)

Sydney Opera House

Every song ends, but is that any reason not to enjoy the music?

The Leaf

As always, thanks for being a part of Photography Bay and sharing your work with the rest of us.

If you missed out on this round of reader photos, feel free to join in on the fun and add your photos to the Photography Bay Flickr Group and maybe we’ll get you next time.

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Comments

  1. J E Taylor says

    Wow, just one vertical format shot, despite a number that look like they might have benefited. I have always thought that about a third of your shots should be vertical. Look at the shot of the guy with the film camera. His face is all scrunched up from keeping his non-shooting eye closed. Learn to keep your non-shooting eye closed with a minimum of muscular effort (or even better learn to shoot with it open). The physical tension will make you rush shots and shake the camera. Likewise when you shift your camera to vertical don’t hunch over like a chiropractor’s dream. Just move you shooting arm and keep your body relaxed. This also lets you move the camera quickly to compare compositions. A challenge to the editor: a Sunday Roundup of all vertical format.

  2. PHOTO_CURMUDGEON says

    You might want to scrutinize the titles of the included images more closely in the future. For instance, the image of the field of flowers w/ the sun in the background…… (image immediately before fellow w/ camera)…
    The title: “P7700 kicks some serious f****** business”

    Is THAT really necessary???? And, IF you allow for coarse language, then there should be NO reason why you disallow artistically created nudes also…..