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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Pennies by Tyler McCabe
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February 5th, 2007

Was bored in my car before work and decided to play around with the camera a little.

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Posted By: sogellag2004
about 14 years, 10 months ago
This is what you get when you're Bored and wanted to play around with the Camera before work? Wow. Impressive
Posted By: Tyler McCabe
about 14 years, 10 months ago
Heh, I was an hour early and the sun hit the windshield just right. I got lucky on this one.
Posted By: elizabethbrown4 from gmail.com
about 14 years, 9 months ago
I LOVE THIS. I could stare at these rusty pennies all day. Or is it all the light, and they're not even rusty at all? Incredible.
Posted By: Joanne
about 14 years, 1 month ago
That's so eye-catching. GREAT job!
Posted By: djende from gmail.com
about 13 years, 10 months ago
so I dunno but thats very impressive. I'm looking to be able to take really good shots too. Do I need a really expensive camera or would a canon powershot or something do the job?
Posted By: tyler87 from gmail.com
about 13 years, 10 months ago
Hey there, you don't need a fancy camera or anything. I started with my dad's old Olympus. This shot was taken with a Panasonic DMZ-fz30. Its a DSLR like camera. Not quite dslr but its pretty close. Most shots aren't about the camera though. Its about the compisition/lighting in the environment that really makes the shot. I find myself taking shots from multiple angles at different settings to really get something I like. I would suggest you just play around with different angles until you really see something that catches your eye. Once you do that, you can start to see a trend of what looks good to you and then set up shots accordingly. Some shots,like this one for example, are purely accidental and I find them to be the most enjoyable!

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