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  1. #331
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    If anyone is interested, old Konica Hexanon AR Bayonet-mount lenses fit on the 4/3s mount with no adapter and only a minimum of modification required.
    I'll keep that in mind when I get back to the States.

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    Last nights supper...

    Cross posted in the photo's section..

    BBQ Greek style pork ribs, ceasar salad, onion scalloped potatoes and honey garlic black tiger shrimp.

    Two side strobes with softboxes and 50mm lens.

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    Cheers, Don
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  3. #333
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    Now that is the best looking meal you've ever posted. Did you know there is a food thread buried in the gallery section? You should look for it sometime.


    To avoid flash shadow with the 9-18, I held the camera upside down for this shot. Hence my subjects are evenly exposed, while the flash shadow hit the sky (which frankly was white enough even without being lit by my flash! ). Whether or not the picture was any good, thought I'd share the trick.
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    thats bloody genious. thanks for sharing.
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    That is a damn good trick, Raven. I'll have to remember it when I start digging up the ultrawides

  6. #336
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    Stop it. My cheeks are turning red .

  7. #337
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    That bit of inspiration is really very neat raven what an excellent idea. The simple ones are always the best you deserve the praise. Thanks for sharing.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  8. #338
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    @Raven

    Great idea! Too bad I don't have a 9-18. More lens lust there! That's a mighty big backpack too!!

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    Seagulls in Hamburg...

    Hi -

    Thought I'd give this one a try. Seagulls in Hamburg, slightly cropped, some development work. E510, no adjustments in-camera, 14-45mm, 23mm, 1/200@f8, taken on 1 Feb on a thoroughly gray and rainy day.





    Doesn't have the sharpness that some might prefer, but I think it captures the moment...

    John

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    Nice shot John!

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