The *Official* Guitar Photography Thread...

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by markom89, Jan 2, 2008.

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  1. Rocket Brother

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    I don´t have access to my photo folder right now so I can only upload these taken by the builder. I love that old wooden floor. I´ll bring more goodies when I can access the photo folder
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  2. Brett Valentine

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    Wow. Some great GAS inducing pictures!

    Wish I still had this one. . . (originally taken with film, on a tripod with only ambient lamp light)
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  3. Mac Daddy 355

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    Fuji Finepix 2.3 MP

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  5. Zemaitisguitar

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    That is just beautiful!!!!

     
  6. TwoTubMan

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  7. Brett Valentine

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    Figured I'd do a more current one. . .
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  8. Brock

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    Can you tell us more about this guitar?
     
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    what lens and aperture? looks pretty wide open.
     
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    All these shots were taken with a SONY Cyber-Shot DSC-H5 point and shoot. Zeiss lens, 7.2 megapixels. These shots were all taken with available light, no flash.

    My 56' Strat....

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    My 60' 355

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    My Baker RF with P-90's

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    My B3 Phoenix

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    My Johan Gustavsson Bluesmaster with P-90s

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    and her older sister with hums

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  12. Brett Valentine

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    Wow. That was taken a while ago (maybe 20 years?). All I can tell you for sure is that it was a 35 - 105 Zoom/Macro lens (for a Minolta Maxxum 7000i (set to some range in the macro setting). Very wide aperture (looking at the shallowness of the DoF, it's got to be wide open). I know I have other photos of other objects I was taking at the same time somewhere so I was probably experimenting with a 400 film, ambient light, and depth of field.

    I may even have the settings written down somewhere, but I'll have to do some excavation to find them.
     
  13. trpullen

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    Here is mine....used as a Christmas Card for our church.

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    About 7.5 lbs. The top and color were just screaming buy me. I have it in an old case and alot of dealers swore it was the real deal...Until they glance at the serial # and get a funny look on their face.
    Had alot of offers to sell it. Maybe someday when the Trainwreck goes, I might make a package deal.
    I am into Tele's mainly.
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  17. Brock

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    I played one in GC hollywood that was aged in a very cool way. It had green stuff growing on it also. Very cool. If you have more pics, I'm sure people would love to see them.
     
  18. markom89

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    yeah, I'd love to see more pics of that LP. It's my favourite LP that I've seen on here. Seriously. He knows I've dug that for a while ;):D

    Here's one or two more of my strat that I don't think I've posted:

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  19. bradcfoster

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    these are all about 4 years old now.
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    some strap locks, a lens and a pick on the jcm800
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  20. TwoGeez

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    Is this what guys do with their guitars when they realize they're never going to be any good at playing them? Look at how much time you're spending setting up these shots, positioning the guitars, getting the light just right. It's like you're going to choke the bishop to this crap. If you spent half the time you've spent taking these pictures on practicing your playing, you might actually be able to use your guitar for its real intention -- pissing off your wife. I'm kidding, of course. Looks really good people. I especially like the Lester with the Train. Thats got me drooling.
     
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