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Old 03-05-17, 08:02 AM   #1
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Default Your Three Best/Favorite Photos

Post your three best photos you have ever taken.



Please real photos. No filters or HDR or time lapse.



Subject matter not that important.








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Old 03-05-17, 08:18 AM   #2
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Shame on you, Len! I HATE spiders! Your second photo made me drop my laptop and run to the other side of the living room shrieking like a little girl!

Obviously these are awesome photos!
I've got nothing that even comes close.
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Old 03-07-17, 03:58 PM   #3
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I shoot 100% digital now, but a lot of my favorite (not "best") pictures come from my beginnings when I was in college, shooting with an old 35mm camera I got on eBay for 35 bucks. You can see some imperfections in the lenses, but I think it lends some character to the photos.

Maddux // 35mm Nikon N5005



Jett // 35mm Nikon N5005



Gran-Gran // 35mm Nikon N5005


This last photo is certainly not all that great of a shot, but it was taken not long before my grandmother's passing. She complained that there were "no pictures of her" around the house so I snapped this of her. Definitely qualifies as one of my "favorites".

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Y'all are talented.
I'm great at getting my thumb. Lol



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Old 05-29-17, 03:14 PM   #5
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Thought I would revive this thread. These are three of my favorite photos, definitely not my best. Have some strong memories associated with these shots

Prague, CZ


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Old 05-30-17, 09:24 AM   #6
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Really hard to pick a top three, but if I had to they would be from my travels in Asia, or adventures with my wife and son.

This is just outside the hotel my wife and I stayed at one of the nights we were in Hong Kong on our 10th anniv trip last October. Hong Kong was freaking mind-blowing, and this is coming from somebody who spent 5 years in Japan and 2 in South Korea.
IMG_2932 by Chris Lynch, on Flickr

Playing in a creek near home.
_DSC0097 (1) by Chris Lynch, on Flickr

This one is pretty special to me for sure. My son was almost 2 months old, and I found out about the upcoming annular solar eclipse which would be passing over TX (we lived in Abilene at the time). We drove 4hrs each way, on a sunday, to see the eclipse as the sun set, in SUNDOWN, TX. Perfect location.
Everything came together just right for this shot and several like it, along with some video.
(Very excited for the total eclipse in August)
Annular eclipse in sundown, TX, may 20th 2012 by Chris Lynch, on Flickr
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This one is pretty special to me for sure. My son was almost 2 months old, and I found out about the upcoming annular solar eclipse which would be passing over TX (we lived in Abilene at the time). We drove 4hrs each way, on a sunday, to see the eclipse as the sun set, in SUNDOWN, TX. Perfect location.
Everything came together just right for this shot and several like it, along with some video.
(Very excited for the total eclipse in August)
Great photo of the eclipse iso- looks like a halo around that derrick
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