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  1. #10171
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    a new toy

    D800e l V3 l AW1 l 16-35 l 35 l 50 l 85 l 105 l EM1 l 7.5 l 12-40 l 14 l 17 l 25 l 45 l 60 l 75
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  2. #10172
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    We already have a couple of Panasonic P&S cameras. I've been a fan of them since before most people knew they existed and with each model they get better. I can see one of those on our house before too long as well.

  3. #10173
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    LBG...Quite surreal shot!

    Congrats Rooz! Great shot of it too. As is proof from various threads here ive been sold on Lumix range for quite some time. It's not that Panasonic don't release a whole lot of mediocre and uninspired models too, it's just about once per generation of cameras (ie about 1-2x a year) they release something of genuine quality for a P&S. Gotta admit, the LX3 in black does look pretty sexy for a P&S. Very Leica RangeFinder like in appearance.
    Cameras: Nikon D300, Panasonic Lumix G2, LX3 & FZ20
    Nikkor Lenses: 24-70mm f2.8 - 70-300mm VRII f4.5-5.6 - 50mm f1.4 G - 35mm f1.8 G - 50mm f1.8 - 18-200mm VR f3.5-5.6
    Other Lenses: Tokina: 11-16mm f2.8, Sigma: 17-70mm f2.8-4.5 Macro, Lumix: 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 & 20mm f1.7
    Other: Nikon SB 600, Vivitar 1/2/4 Close-up Lens, Cokin Graduated ND Filter and more...
    Computers/Software: MacBookPro 2.8ghz, Dell Latitude D630, Lexar CF UDMA FW800 Reader, Nikon Capture NX 1+2, Adobe Lightroom 1+2+3

  4. #10174
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    Nice one Rooz, I have a little panny P&S and its very good for when I just want to travel very light!

    Here is a pic from a 50th party I was asked to photograph. At night we all went into the pub gardens and released these lanterns which you lit and they floated up to the sky. Was great to see. This is the woman who's birthday it was.



    Its taken at ISO 6400 (Hi1)
    Nikon D90 | 18-105mm VR | Sigma 10-20mm | Nikon 35mm 1.8G | SB-600/900 | Crumpler Backpack & Shoulderbag

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  5. #10175
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    Looks like she is being taken off into space with the light. Nice one
    Cameras: Nikon D300, Panasonic Lumix G2, LX3 & FZ20
    Nikkor Lenses: 24-70mm f2.8 - 70-300mm VRII f4.5-5.6 - 50mm f1.4 G - 35mm f1.8 G - 50mm f1.8 - 18-200mm VR f3.5-5.6
    Other Lenses: Tokina: 11-16mm f2.8, Sigma: 17-70mm f2.8-4.5 Macro, Lumix: 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 & 20mm f1.7
    Other: Nikon SB 600, Vivitar 1/2/4 Close-up Lens, Cokin Graduated ND Filter and more...
    Computers/Software: MacBookPro 2.8ghz, Dell Latitude D630, Lexar CF UDMA FW800 Reader, Nikon Capture NX 1+2, Adobe Lightroom 1+2+3

  6. #10176
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    I took my students (and my camera) to one of the few salt marshes left in Kanagawa last Saturday. This is a shot of a small mud crab locally referred to as 'chigo-gani' or 'child' crab because of it's behavioral display of quickly raising both claws repeatedly. Shooting these crabs is no mean feat, as they are only 1cm across and quite shy. I used my D90 with 18-105VR kit lens and got pretty good results, I think. I mostly used the 'action mode' on the camera, as I wasn't comfortable fiddling with manual settings in that environment. (Too much mud!) I adjusted/saved the NEF in NX2, exported to jpg and adjusted in LR.

    Comments are welcome.



    Model: NIKON D90
    ISO: 400
    Exposure: 1/1250 sec
    Aperture: 5.6
    Focal Length: 105mm
    Flash Used: No
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  7. #10177
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    Quote Originally Posted by umijin View Post
    I took my students (and my camera) to one of the few salt marshes left in Kanagawa last Saturday. This is a shot of a small mud crab locally referred to as 'chigo-gani' or 'child' crab because of it's behavioral display of quickly raising both claws repeatedly. Shooting these crabs is no mean feat, as they are only 1cm across and quite shy. I used my D90 with 18-105VR kit lens and got pretty good results, I think. I mostly used the 'action mode' on the camera, as I wasn't comfortable fiddling with manual settings in that environment. (Too much mud!) I adjusted/saved the NEF in NX2, exported to jpg and adjusted in LR.

    Comments are welcome.



    Model: NIKON D90
    ISO: 400
    Exposure: 1/1250 sec
    Aperture: 5.6
    Focal Length: 105mm
    Flash Used: No
    love the crab picture! I find myself wishing it was framed off to the bottom right with some space to the left but overall it's really good
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  8. #10178
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    Nice toy rooz, I would like one myself.

    Great shot craig.

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  9. #10179
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    Congrats Rooz!

    ANP, that shot is quite surreal, cool!
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  10. #10180
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    Built a parking garage across street for Ospey nest and sure enough, the birds returned this year. The roof parking is eye level and has some solid walls allowing a guarded approach, plus a steady ledge. Actually, two partial walls, one with the building in the background, the other the trees. While the trees are a nice backdrom, the building give a sense of the urban setting.


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    Digital: Nikon D40; Nikon D90; Nikon D7000 Nikkor 18-55; Nikkor 55-200VR; Sigma 10-20; Tamron 17-50; SB-600; SB-900; Pocket Wizards
    Film: Canon AE-1; T70; FD 28mm 2.8; FD 50mm 1.8; FD 135mm 3.5
    Wish List: Unlimited! Let's not go there.

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