The Daguerreian Process

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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby EmpressLexi » Tue Mar 28, 2017 10:42 pm

I'm not entirely sure I want to do this, but hey ho.

I'm using the one picture I use literally everytime I show someone my face because it's the only photo I've ever taken of myself where I look... ok.

*And don't mind the little bit of the photo on the bottom left that's been taken off, my partner was making an... especially... unattractive face. XD












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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Black--Snow » Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:40 am

Your god, here to serve, gives you an image of his greatness contained within the 'spoiler' below. Open at your own peril, for you may suddenly become very aroused and love-struck!

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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby BMRX » Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:43 am

Black--Snow wrote:Your god, here to serve, gives you an image of his greatness contained within the 'spoiler' below. Open at your own peril, for you may suddenly become very aroused and love-struck!

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Look at this lazy bugger.

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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Mistycica » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:33 am

Black--Snow wrote:Your god, here to serve, gives you an image of his greatness contained within the 'spoiler' below. Open at your own peril, for you may suddenly become very aroused and love-struck!

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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby JanB1 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:56 am

@Mistycica: Wut?
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Nothing to see here

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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Talvieno » Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:41 am

I think Misty is saying that the fact he has eyes in his eye sockets is his most attractive feature. :ghost:

Lexi - you look just fine. :P
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Baile nam Fonn » Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:38 pm

This portrait isn't recent and lacks colour, but I like it. Skating (poorly) on the Rideau is the context; credit goes to an awesome photographer friend. :)
My sister always insists I'm photogenic, but I have to wonder if there's bias involved..

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I'm pretty sure I was attempting a smile. :?
Also my beard tends not to be so tame and stubbly, since my barber patronage is intentionally infrequent.
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Talvieno » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:02 pm

No Baile, I find myself agreeing with your sister. That's an amazing photograph! :clap:
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Scytale » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:03 pm

that's a great picture
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby plillevold » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:13 pm

Alright. All you fine people. Here's me, couple of years ago, mind you. Attained much gray hair since then, I see.

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Can anyone spot where this photo was taken? :angel:
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Scytale » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:34 pm

plillevold wrote:Alright. All you fine people. Here's me, couple of years ago, mind you. Attained much gray hair since then, I see.

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Can anyone spot where this photo was taken? :angel:


Somewhere in Norway? :P

I'm going to find this exact spot on Google Maps dude
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby plillevold » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:41 pm

Scytale wrote:
plillevold wrote:Alright. All you fine people. Here's me, couple of years ago, mind you. Attained much gray hair since then, I see.

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Can anyone spot where this photo was taken? :angel:


Somewhere in Norway? :P

I'm going to find this exact spot on Google Maps dude


Glad to see the challenge is accepted :thumbup: Let me know when you need a hint ;)
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Scytale » Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:06 pm

Alright this is going to take a while :P At least I'm learning a lot about Norway

Assuming it is in Norway!
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby plillevold » Thu Mar 30, 2017 10:49 pm

Scytale wrote:Alright this is going to take a while :P At least I'm learning a lot about Norway

Assuming it is in Norway!


Scytale, it's great that you learn alot about Norway, but to save on your sanity then I think you need a first hint:
One thing to know about Norway is that we traditionally build our churches in wood, and they are generally a lot taller than myself :angel:
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Re: The Daguerreian Process

Postby Detritus » Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:08 pm

plillevold wrote:hint:
One thing to know about Norway is that we traditionally build our churches in wood, and they are generally a lot taller than myself :angel:


But Norwegian churches that are made of wood are typically brown... :think:

This one looks like it is made of possibly brick, with plaster above to make it look nice. But I know nothing of Norwegian churches. Heck I don't even know for certain if this is a church. :ghost:

EDIT: I cheated, and now I know... :( Won't say what is it here though. :ghost:
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