Random Picture Post Thread

Discussion in 'Misc. Photos' started by ZeeZ, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. ZeeZ

    ZeeZWell Known MemberMember

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    Other forums have this, I don't see why FL can't as well. Post up any cool photos you find or take, and remember to give credit! Keep it family safe!

    I'll start. Real-life Calvin and Hobbes!

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    Credit: Todamax
     
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  2. Wendy Lubianetsky

    Wendy LubianetskyWell Known MemberMember

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    Here is one that should make your day.:;sonar
     

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  3. blu3dragon619

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    that snowman photo is SICK !!! on Christmas i have a new hobby lol
     
  4. Echostatic

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    I got a new telescope. These were taken by simply holding my iPhone up to the eyepiece so quality is nothing like looking thru it yourself.

    Saturn


    Moon
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    Little closer...


    Oh, and this is what bread looks like when you leave it sitting for the better part of a year.

     
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  5. Aquarist

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  6. sirdarksol

    sirdarksolFishlore LegendMember

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    Actually, giving credit isn't enough. You need to have permission. If the photo isn't yours, and if it isn't specifically marked as being in the public domain, then you need to ask its owner (and finding its owner may be difficult, because a lot of people on the internet post and re-post images they found, incorrectly believing that something that's on the internet is automatically in the public domain), and if you are given permission, then you can post it with credit.
    The legal notice that brought this issue to light on Fishlore said nothing about credit being given. It indicated that any images used without the owner's permission would bring legal action.
     
  7. AmazonPassion

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    that must be some powerful telescope to see the rings around Saturn. That is fantastic. Using your iphone to take pictures using your telescope ingenious. What kind of telescope is it?
     
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  8. Echostatic

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    It's a Celestron NexStar SE8. The views through that thing are incredible. Saturn and it's rings appear razor sharp when actually looking thru it. People have taken some pretty amazing galaxy and nebula photos thru it too. I wan an actual photography setup for t so I can take decent photos.
     
  9. kinezumi89

    kinezumi89Fishlore VIPMember

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    Echostatic, those pictures are amazing! My dad had a telescope and I tried using it, but all I ever saw was black... ;D
     
  10. AmazonPassion

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    I've never seen Saturn through a telescope or anything. I guess it doesn't help if the telescope was $19.99
     
  11. Echostatic

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    Saturn is visible to the naked eye, actually. Ya just have to know where to look!
     
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    A 20 $ scope now is better than what Galileo had access to.
     
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