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  1. #16151
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    very cool pumkin shot !

    a few from taronga today

    Untitled by .Chris.K, on Flickr

    check out the CA on this !! lol never seen it so bad.

    Untitled by .Chris.K, on Flickr


    Untitled by .Chris.K, on Flickr


    Untitled by .Chris.K, on Flickr
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  2. #16152
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    Great shots, but #1 is grrreat....
    Critique most definitely desired...

  3. #16153
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    Nice rooz...

    Here is a post-holloween shot of the "neighborhood house" in Belmont. They do it up right for the occasion. The scene is animated at night.
    Sorry, did not get back for a night shot. Darn phone wires (too lazy to photoshop them out).

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  4. #16154
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    Rooz,; Nice set of shots, got the next 4 days covered now. The Dino looks quite real, reminds me of the first time I saw Jurassic Park and they panned over to the Brachiosaurs.
    D70fan; Unique HH. How about a shot of the entire house, the architecture intrigues me.
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  5. #16155
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    Nice tigers Rooz. Looks like you're enjoying you new camera.

    I took this earlier in the week.
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  6. #16156
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    Nice pumkin shot Diamond.

    Those tigers are the ducks nuts Rooz. To paraphrase K1W1 - I hate you.
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  7. #16157
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    D70fan; Unique HH. How about a shot of the entire house, the architecture intrigues me.
    Here You go. There are several houses in the neighborhood that have a similar design (These generally start at ~$1.6M... the one here is not a starter ). The Belmont area has a large number of houses that are 1 off designs.

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  8. #16158
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    Wow that's double the price of a good house where I live.

    I am so in love with this D800, it lets me see how bloody good the 24-70 is that I've got paired with it. The dynamic range and high iso are insane (but the metering is a step backwards from the d300).

    This was backlit to hell with a very unstable handholding position and overcast skies.
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  9. #16159
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    Yes the D800, in your hands, is a step up. The images tell the story.

    Now we all hate you!...

    ...in a nice way.
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  10. #16160
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    Nice shots DPR but I keep coming back to that tiger shot from Rooz.......jaw droppingly sharp......it's art calendar material.
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

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