Bangsaphan photographs

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by NolaK » 29 Mar 2014 18:00

Life in BS: Week 1
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by NolaK » 29 Mar 2014 18:38

Week one in BS continued!
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 30 Mar 2014 11:23

Nice. What camera/lens are you using?

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by Caller » 30 Mar 2014 17:40

Great photos. Love the Sunrise one in particular. Had a happy 6 weeks there a few years back!

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by NolaK » 31 Mar 2014 07:41

buksida wrote:Nice. What camera/lens are you using?
Thanks. I think most of these were taken with my Canon 70D and Canon 67 mm/18-135 lens.

Make sense? I'd love to think I am a whiz-bang photographer and speak all the tech stuff. I am not. Most the images I use are for graphic design, so as long as they are decent I can tear them down and rebuild them for my needs. Once in awhile I just accidently get a shot I really like.

Perhaps once I am settled in I'll finally have the time to learn more about real photography. Perhaps.

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by NolaK » 31 Mar 2014 07:45

Caller wrote:Great photos. Love the Sunrise one in particular. Had a happy 6 weeks there a few years back!
6 weeks - wow! I checked in there for 2 nights and stayed a week while house shopping. A bungalow with separate living room was just too perfect after a week in other hotel rooms.

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 23 Apr 2014 07:54

Here are a few from a shoot I did at a neighbouring resort.
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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by Lotus » 27 Apr 2014 18:31

Can not posting pictures, why?

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by heikevie » 27 Apr 2014 20:06

Aerial photos of Suan Luang

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Post by buksida » 27 Apr 2014 21:33

These are great, did they go any further south to where Palm Gardens and the Coral is?

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by heikevie » 27 Apr 2014 21:38

No problem for my quadcopter if it is not too windy and the light is ok.

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by migrant » 28 Apr 2014 05:31

Great pics thanks!!

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by buksida » 28 Apr 2014 08:17

heikevie wrote:No problem for my quadcopter if it is not too windy and the light is ok.
Great, would love to get some aerial shots of Country Road to put on their web page!

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by Santi-C » 28 Apr 2014 17:18

Thank you Heikeve for sharing your interesting birds' eye view of upper Suan Luang.

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Take care in your flying machine.

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Re: Bangsaphan photographs

Post by heikevie » 28 Apr 2014 17:50

Thanks, that's a very good idea.
Bird's eye view pictures benefit stray dogs.

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