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  1. #6121
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    I really like that composition Turo. The fish is hilarious.
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  2. #6122
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    Quote Originally Posted by anco85 View Post
    Well.. all the pro's were just waiting for Nikon to bring out an FX body, so it makes sense.

    Would you drive a Volkswagen if you could get a Ferrari?
    Depends on the Volkswagen and on the Ferrari. After all, a Bugatti Veyron "is the quickest accelerating and decelerating street-legal production car in the world."

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  3. #6123
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    paint spatters
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  4. #6124
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    Another sunset photo


  5. #6125
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    Nice one, LGBChris! I love the colors! I love that shot, accord2003. I love the texture of the water where the sun is being reflected!

  6. #6126
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  7. #6127
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    Awesome beach shot accord. Can't wait to get some like that myself.
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  8. #6128
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    Quote Originally Posted by truflip View Post
    congrats! let me know how you like it from f/1.8-2.5
    Truflip,
    Haven't had the time to use it much. Work's been in the way most of the time, but when the weekend hits, I'll be shooting around and I should be able to give you a feedback on its IQ at f/1.8 - 2.5. I saw a topic you posted on flickr about it and I can't wait to see if that's a typical issue on a Nikon 50mm 1.8D.
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  9. #6129
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    This is in Sinks Canyon State Park, just outside of Lander, Wyoming.
    I used my polarizer fader to darken the scene just enough to use a shutter speed of 4 seconds at f/22. I also used ahard line GND to cover the sun and part of the sky. I was at my widest focal length, 18mm, with my back against the back of a cave and the tripod set up precariously on those rocks you see in the foreground, only bigger The top of the cave is just out of the frame, so the sun was only shining between the top of the cave and the top of the mountain for a few minutes. I wish I had a super wideangle, maybe by Christmas

    Edited primarily in Capture NX. I had used low contrast and high saturation in-camera and then increased contrast in PP to bring out the details.

    18 mm, 4 seconds, f/22, ISO 200
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    C&C appreciated as always!
    Last edited by toriaj; 07-17-2008 at 09:31 PM.
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  10. #6130
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    Wow toriaj, beautiful image! I absolutely love the way the water looks running over the rocks. I am jealous, I wish I had scenery like that around here!!!

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