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  1. #3451
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    D40 18-55mm Tamron 70-300MM SB400
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    man you get some gorgeous colours out your way. beautiful scene.
    +1
    I would love to swap some of our brown, brown, or occasional sunburnt green for colours like that.

  3. #3453
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    +1
    I would love to swap some of our brown, brown, or occasional sunburnt green for colours like that.
    Oh that is what I got too, that is why I got out early to shoot the sky.
    These colors only last a few minutes and then they are gone.
    - Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    oh damn ! i've been hanging for someone to get an underwater case and post pics. thats great ! how are you finding it ?
    Now that can make the hobby very expensive. I met a medical doctor not that long ago into underwater photography--she uses a D200. Her last trip was $25K though it was a week long. Another person I know who also uses a D200 is in Hawaii right now--I asked him to show me a few underwater pics when after his return. We also spoke about how the same case "might" work for a D300 since the buttons appear to be in the same place--one downside is that the housings are rather "body" specific.

    Quote Originally Posted by dxrocnxj View Post
    i hit my first awesome shot with the "nifty fifty" today.
    this is my girlfriend and her mother.
    the mom loved it so much she went with me to get it printed.
    a nice 8x10 of it on their wall in the living room.
    im becoming a household name
    Scored a few points with the future mother-in-law.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Oh that is what I got too, that is why I got out early to shoot the sky.
    These colors only last a few minutes and then they are gone.
    Isn't it that way for most places? I know it is around here.

    Since it has been rainy/windy all weekend--just captured a quick shot of one of the cats up on the quarter scale R/C car. I tried to get a shot of the other but he did the cat thing--moved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Now that can make the hobby very expensive. I met a medical doctor not that long ago into underwater photography--she uses a D200. Her last trip was $25K though it was a week long. Another person I know who also uses a D200 is in Hawaii right now--I asked him to show me a few underwater pics when after his return. We also spoke about how the same case "might" work for a D300 since the buttons appear to be in the same place--one downside is that the housings are rather "body" specific.
    I've used underwater SLR (pre digital) cases and they are huge and unwieldy because not only do you need the actual camera body but you also need at least one and preferably two external strobes mounted on remote arms. Unless you take underwater photos for a living or have an endless supply of money using a SLR is mind blowingly expensive. Most people I know now use P&S cameras in underwater housings (Olympus and Canon and I think Sony make 40 metre rated cases) because of the smaller size and ease of use with the LCD screen to frame images (try holding and SLR in a case to your eye with a mask on 40 metres underwater in a current!).
    I just wish Nikon would reintroduce the Nikonos range in digital. I would buy one in a flash not only for diving but also for general use on motorbikes and tramping and bouncing around in the Land Rover.

  6. #3456
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Now that can make the hobby very expensive. I met a medical doctor not that long ago into underwater photography--she uses a D200. Her last trip was $25K though it was a week long. Another person I know who also uses a D200 is in Hawaii right now--I asked him to show me a few underwater pics when after his return. We also spoke about how the same case "might" work for a D300 since the buttons appear to be in the same place--one downside is that the housings are rather "body" specific.
    one of my favourite flickr photographers uses the d200 underwater kit. his results are nothing short of completely and utterly breathtaking. the man is a genius. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gerb/


    just missed the focus point in this one. but i love the lighting and dof.

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    all i can say is wow rooz. was this using the r1 set up? what focal length was this taken at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    one of my favourite flickr photographers uses the d200 underwater kit. his results are nothing short of completely and utterly breathtaking. the man is a genius. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gerb/


    just missed the focus point in this one. but i love the lighting and dof.
    Thanks for the link. That guy has some very nice photos though you are still the "bug" man around here.

    If you keep this up, I may have to order an R1 and go out of my way to find some bugs. Of course, around here everyone would think I was with CSI--Then again, I'll probably be meeting up with one of the local CSIs at the upcoming CanonUSA/Class! sponsered workshop. Don't worry, the CSI shoots Nikon.

    Anyone attending PMA at the end of the month?
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    Rooz, fantastic photo. Please fill these in and post above your photo so we can all learn.

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    Rooz, I love the color saturation in your latest bug shot. The background really makes the eyes pop out.
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