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  1. #5081
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartN View Post
    Here's one from Canyon X near Page, AZ. Quite a cool place...

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    I'll be heading into Antelope Canyon on Monday. However, since I don't have that lens (dang it), I'll probably use a Nikon 17-55mm or the 10.5mm or both.
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  2. #5082
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Another angle and view from my prior photo.
    thats a great shot. fisheyes are good for something ! lol
    brings back many, many good memories.
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  3. #5083
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartN View Post
    Dark and cool (about 55-60F and above in the desert it was about 80-85F) and wee bit sandy when the wind starts blowing. Had to try and keep the sand from getting all over everything.
    Heck, it was over 110F here yesterday.


    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    thats a great shot. fisheyes are good for something ! lol
    brings back many, many good memories.
    Thanks. I'm really enjoying the lens, especially since I don't have anything else wider than the 17-55mm. The fisheye close-up people shots are hilarious (though I can't post those)... I did take a self-portrait with it of the two cats and me.
    Last edited by TNB; 05-20-2008 at 09:48 PM. Reason: Can't spell.
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  4. #5084
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    I'll be heading into Antelope Canyon on Monday. However, since I don't have that lens (dang it), I'll probably use a Nikon 17-55mm or the 10.5mm or both.
    We hit up Antelope Canyon as well, but it was a zoo of people. Luckily, we spent about 3 hours at Canyon X (same Canyon, just about 10 miles further upstream). The tour operator, Overland Canyon tours in Page has exclusive rights. There were only 4 of us and were able to take as much time as needed to set up the shot.

    I had the 10.5, but completely forgot about using it, D'oh! Enjoy your time down there it's a captivating place...

  5. #5085
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    SUCH a cool picture Stuart. I'm moving to AZ from MI in August! I can't WAIT to take some inspired photos. I've grown so accustomed to everything in Michigan. It just seems so generic compared to some of the things I see captured in AZ.
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  6. #5086
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    Lovely shot Stuart. As my kids would say "if we're good can we please have another one tomorrow?"
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  7. #5087
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    that is a stunning photo Stuart. Is that the new Nikon lens f2.8?

    cheers
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  8. #5088
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    Quote Originally Posted by herc182 View Post
    Another one from the zoo. Cute little baby rhino (born at a whopping 100kg). And HUMAN women complain :-)
    this is such a brilliant image phil. i dont think you've posted an image short of outstanding in monhs. you seem very comfortable with your gear right now and dare i say it...you're in the zone. nice place to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    this is such a brilliant image phil. i dont think you've posted an image short of outstanding in monhs. you seem very comfortable with your gear right now and dare i say it...you're in the zone. nice place to be.
    Thanks Rooz! thats very kind of you

    I must admit I take quite a few photos and only very few I am happy with. Have become very critical of myself lately!

    Glad you liked that one. Thanks!
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  10. #5090
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    A big thanks to ssil for convincing me to step up to Raw.
    This would have been a right pain to get the white balance on if it was jpeg.

    Man I love my DSLR, so glad I bought one.
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