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  1. #6331
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    Downbyfive Awesome, great way to show the scale of scene. Well done

    From my trip up North to Luray


    18mm, 1/500", ISO 200, f/10
    Last edited by rawpaw18; 08-06-2008 at 03:40 AM.
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  2. #6332
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Downbyfive Awesome, great way to show the scale of scene. Well done

    From my trip up North to Luray
    18mm, 1/500", ISO 200, f/10
    Nice pic rawpaw, i don't like the fence in the lower right corner tho as it leads me out of the picture.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  3. #6333
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    I know it's nothing special and not difficult to take such a photo but I've posted this one because I like it.

    Oh and for some reason I liked it more than the shot where everything was sharp, I have both versions and chose this deliberately.
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  4. #6334
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    Quote Originally Posted by TDI-Guy View Post
    Here are two more from this weekend.

    great looking portraits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Turo View Post
    Not sure why, but I thought it would be an interesting shot:



    flickr link
    i really like it too.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post

    From my trip up North to Luray


    18mm, 1/500", ISO 200, f/10
    this is a great shot. never seen you do landscapes before. throwing down the gauntlet eh ?? lol
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  5. #6335
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    Portrait of my girlfriend
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    nikon d40 | nikkor 55-200mm vr | nikkor 18-55mm | nikkor 70-300mm vr | SB 400 | My Flickr Animal Portraits Group! Join if you enjoy animals.

  6. #6336
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    Quote Originally Posted by DownByFive View Post
    Taken at Great Falls, VA

    I love this one. Looks like a good way to spend a weekend to me.
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    This was my first time shooting with more than one flash. I had the SB-800 on camera, the SB-600 was mounted on a light stand with deflecting umbrella to the left, and there was a curtained glass door on the right. Which added a lot of warm light while the flashes were cooler, I guess. *Sigh* Still learning.

    C&C are MORE than welcome.
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  8. #6338
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    Because I can't help but post Dakota...here she is, doing her "hide" trick. Let me just say that I LOVE my new setup. There was some filtered light through my vertical blinds however the room was far from being lit. I used the 24-70 at 38mm, f/5.6, ISO 250 (whoops, forgot to put it back to 100 from the other night) for 1/60 sec. I DO miss the VR for handheld shots at slower shutter speeds, however I'm ok at 1/60. I used the sb600 at 45 degrees and bounced it off of my ceiling. This is the result

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    Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6
    Nikkor 50mm f/1.4
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    ...also, Canon Powershot G2
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  9. #6339
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    CJ - I thought the flash color temperature was supposed to be balanced with the daylight color temperature. I checked out some of your other portraits on Flickr. You got some very nice shots, but I think a few of them are underexposed.

    jsnail - Very nice capture.
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  10. #6340
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    Another crack at the wedge tailed Eagle and another failure. this guy is becoming my nemisis. Better than my last efforts but still not there yet.

    we got inside the enclosure with him but he was quite nervous, (so was I !!), so we had to abort for another time. what i want to to shoot up at him against the blue sky to get rid of the piss poor background and use some strobes.





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