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Author:  Revilo3D [ Sun Oct 12, 2008 11:17 am ]
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A nasty side effect of getting into this photography is the gear - its VERY addictive and VERY expensive!!

Currently this is my kit :

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Canon 40D Body
Canon 10-22mm f3.5 USM lens
Canon 50mm f1.8 Mark II lens
Canon 18-55mm f3.5 stock lens (reversed)
Canon 17-85mm f4.0 USM lens
Canon 70-300mm f4.0 lens
Canon 430ex Mark II speedlight + softbox + umbrella with mount
Wireless Flash transmitter
Fancier Tripod
Dell XPS M1330 laptop (remote shooting and focusing + onsite darkroom)
Lowepro CompuTrekker AW bag (this this is amazing - holds everything and still room for more - uh oh!)
Various filters,polarisers, cleaning kits etc etc

Scary growth considering how long since I started with my SLR... but I neeeed it honest! hehe... (its how I sleep at night)

Author:  Worzel [ Sun Oct 12, 2008 1:44 pm ]
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Super cool photos dude! I like the first one with the rocks on the shore. :D

Author:  Revilo3D [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 2:36 pm ]
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new online gallery up!

Revilo Photography

enjoy
c&c welcome

Author:  majorhoulihan [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:07 pm ]
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Firstly I say SEXILICIOUS!!!! Awesome interface, look and of course artwork!

In the About page, you should say 'additionally allowing you to' instead of 'with the addition to', OR 'in addition to letting you...' or at least 'with the addition of'

I think being able to flip the images over to see the details on the back is so cool. Is there a way for the viewer to return to the thumbnail gallery once they have investigated one pic closely? I just used the navigation at the top to do that, but a 'back' option would be cool. Also with the CG stuff in particlar I wanted to be able to zoom right in, or open seperately to see the detail. I imagine I'd defo want to do that if I were a buyer. Not sure if it's possible, but I couldnt see a way. I assume that's a drawback of flash.

However overall I think it's great and a good showcase of a talented AND prolific artist, and that's not words you often hear used together!

Author:  majorhoulihan [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:09 pm ]
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PS on the back of Dan and the Kite, you have a mistake on closely....hehe I always say 'it's easier to edit than create btw'

Author:  Revilo3D [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:39 pm ]
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Awesome reply ! thanks for the c&c!

Going back is just a click away! If an image is large or even flipped, clicking in the space it occupies returns back to thumbnail view. You can even try for the ones next to the current image.. it will let you move over to other pic while zoomed and even flipped!

As for purchase visibility - If you do choose the option to buy a print (its a link to an online store if ya didnt check that side of it out) - you can choose "zoom in" there to make your final judgement with a decent sized image. The CG stuff is a bit different as I either

a) need to call NZ to get me hi rezz's
b) need to render high rezz's

Time is my enemy so unless requested - I won't bother right now. I will in future make sure anything I produce its a bit bigger for print though.

yeah there will be grammer issues and dumb typos throughout. I'm dsylexic in a way that I think right but type wrong... annoying!

I will fix those things tomorrow for sure and please drop a message if anything else comes shows up.

peace out
olz

Author:  Worzel [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 10:15 pm ]
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Really cool site man. But yeah, I really wanted to zoom in more too! But apart from that, it's a very nice concept.

Author:  Revilo3D [ Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:30 pm ]
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Worzel wrote:
Really cool site man. But yeah, I really wanted to zoom in more too! But apart from that, it's a very nice concept.


hehe yeah not really easy to get around. except to make the site bigger :/

best way to see something larger is "buy print" then under the framed preview click "zoom in" Short of the pics i've posted here in the past, this is the biggest preview you will find of my photography - anything bigger is too easily prone to theft :)

Author:  freefall [ Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:21 pm ]
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Hi Revilo,

Like the photos - feel the need to get a small mortgage and buy a decent camera - I am inspired - keep up the good work! Hope all well with you dude.



Freefall

Author:  Revilo3D [ Fri Jun 19, 2009 3:17 pm ]
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Another small sample of my most recent snaps...

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Author:  Worzel [ Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:31 pm ]
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Super pics dude! Love the one of the lake (local park). Looks like you've put some grain thingy on it... what extra stuff did you do to it?

Author:  Revilo3D [ Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:24 am ]
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Thanks man. A little bit of dodging on the rocks and a vignette... thats all :). oh think I shopped out a flare spot too...

Author:  pencil [ Tue Feb 23, 2010 4:16 am ]
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Lov ur gadgets & Shot toooo....

-M

Author:  plumetfilms [ Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:37 am ]
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is the fog natural or put in using photoshop or paintshop pro

Author:  Revilo3D [ Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:58 pm ]
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No paint work here. And its not fog :dance:

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