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  1. #6101
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    My pathetic little contribution
    Started with a Nikon D50 and now learning how to use a D80.
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  2. #6102
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    Thank you guys for the comments!

    I was able to snag a Nikkor 50mm 1.8D on Craigslist for $85! Didn't have much time to test it out to the fullest yet but I have this one.

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  3. #6103
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    My tribute to Picasso...
    Sorry for double posting, I was reallly hoping to get some feedback on this. How do you guys feel about this photo?
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  4. #6104
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    LBGChris, I struggle to appreciate that one. Perhaps because I don't understand the context. The blown whites on the shoulders don't do it for me either.

    Hopefully someone smarter than me will be able to give you better feedback.
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  5. #6105
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    awesome shot DPR. where about is the open plain zoo ?
    nevermind, found it. what else is there ? its not that far from the city. i might head out there when i'm in SA next.
    The zoo's well signposted but 61 km from the far edge of town. From the airport (or my place) it's about 1.5hrs drive since you have to cross town before climbing on the freeway. $30 of fuel well spent

    From today at the botanic gardens
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  6. #6106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    LBGChris, I struggle to appreciate that one. Perhaps because I don't understand the context. The blown whites on the shoulders don't do it for me either.

    Hopefully someone smarter than me will be able to give you better feedback.
    Yeah I'm kinda torn between it... it is overexposed. Thanks for the honesty.
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  7. #6107
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    Quote Originally Posted by 500mL View Post
    I was able to snag a Nikkor 50mm 1.8D on Craigslist for $85! Didn't have much time to test it out to the fullest yet but I have this one.
    congrats! let me know how you like it from f/1.8-2.5
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  8. #6108
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    Rawpaw - I would be interested to hear how you did that photo - also the exif info would be of interest while you are at it - if you have it
    It's a great shot - at first I thought it's gotta be a set up
    brilliant
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  9. #6109
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    Sorry for double posting, I was reallly hoping to get some feedback on this. How do you guys feel about this photo?
    Chris,

    It looks like one shot turned into two by some kind of mirror program. I thought they were salt and pepper shakers at first. Are you looking for comments on the pp, lighting, subject or something else?

    George,

    I will clue you in later, off to work. Exif is always in my photos, just right click.
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  10. #6110
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    Sorry for double posting, I was reallly hoping to get some feedback on this. How do you guys feel about this photo?
    I assume that they are pieces of some large animated clock or similar. If so I would probably prefer to see a wider shot that showed them in context.

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