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  1. #13261
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    The whole thing this time

    Nikon D90, D40 Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 | Sigma 50-150mm f/2.8 | Nikkor 35mm f/1.8
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  2. #13262
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    Thanks to Rooz and jcon for your feedback about my last shot!

    eddie - Another fantastic sports set! What was your setup if you don't mind my asking?

    r3g - Wow, amazing pic (looks scary for the model)!


    ...I'm stretching the rules slightly because triptychs are fun. :P

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  3. #13263
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    that is superb alana. imo, #1&3 especially would make killer bookmarks. i would seriously consider looking into it and i hope you dont have full size/ res of these on any public site cos they are highly marketable.

    reggie...what can i say bro...you are the man.
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  4. #13264
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    that is superb alana. imo, #1&3 especially would make killer bookmarks. i would seriously consider looking into it and i hope you dont have full size/ res of these on any public site cos they are highly marketable.

    reggie...what can i say bro...you are the man.
    Reggie has a problem with his lens I can't see the bike properly but I do agree with you about Alana's work. I like all three.

  5. #13265
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alana View Post
    eddie - Another fantastic sports set! What was your setup if you don't mind my asking?
    I'm using a D700 with a nikkor 70-200 @ ISO 2000-3200 for the gymnastics pictures and I use my D200 with the same lens for the lacrosse (outdoor) images for the extra reach on large playing fields.
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  6. #13266
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alana View Post

    ...I'm stretching the rules slightly because triptychs are fun. :P

    Great set Alana!

    I agree with Rooz. These are highly marketable. Great job!
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  7. #13267
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    that is superb alana. imo, #1&3 especially would make killer bookmarks. i would seriously consider looking into it and i hope you dont have full size/ res of these on any public site cos they are highly marketable.
    Really!? Hadn't crossed my mind I have to say...

    Glad you like them, especially since your macro work is so amazing.
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  8. #13268
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie_dane View Post
    I'm using a D700 with a nikkor 70-200 @ ISO 2000-3200 for the gymnastics pictures and I use my D200 with the same lens for the lacrosse (outdoor) images for the extra reach on large playing fields.
    Interesting, thanks for sharing! Looks like it works out well for you. I just bought a 70-200mm 2.8 lens but my boyfriend has it at the moment (he's in the US) and I don't think I'll be able to pick it up until June. Can't wait to play with it.
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  9. #13269
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    just got back from mexico
    its fricken hot down there
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    Accident Pic

    Here is one of a sequence that I shot of an accident that occurred on a local highway bridge. Truck simply toppled over (possibly due to excessive speed) while taking a curve on the bridge. Area is known locally as "Kamikaze Curve". No one was hurt but traffic was tied up for 8 hours while the truck was righted and guard rails were replaced.
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