Upload & Sell: On
It'd be really funny on that 800 that's still available at KEH.... let's see.. 800 times 2.9 crop factor is... add in TC 301...
Laura, the shots of the V1 with the 300mm made me smile.
Love this one, Phillipe.
Lieutenant Z wrote:
Thank you leighton.
The quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns :
Ian, love this one, the eyes!
Ian Boys wrote:
A rare colour one from me - 50mm f1.2 @f2:
Kev, I saw that teapot and recognized it immediately. I've got one just like it on my stove! Love the look on your daughter's face in the first shot.
Girls are out of school for the holiday, decided to do some chemistry
Series E 50mm f/1.8
The Mad Scientist!
I looked in my bag and my one 105 has multiplied in there... there's now three in there. They are such a sweet bunch for sure
I processed some photos I took recently for my friend who has a shop in Mill Valley featuring wares from India that she imported. I shot with the 105 f/2.5 P AI'd. I really love how this sweet old lens performs.
I know what you mean, James, it's been just about 2 1/2 years since I lost mine. This part time gig that just fell in my lap is going ok, but it's just excel spreadsheets :Þ
Hope something comes your way soon.
James Markus wrote:
Ray, I'm just trying to be practical. I have big eyes for gear, but can not afford my own desires. :-)
Thanks Curtis. I don't have any budget for gear since losing my newspaper job due to the economic crisis, and the culture shift concerning print media. I could write an incredibly boring post on how I sold and acquired gear over the last year with no out of pocket costs. I'm happy with how it is working out, but I need to justify all my equipment's existence by using it.
Matt. I've not tried that yet, although I think you have a little bit more white in your hair than I do
Matt OHarver wrote:
Prep night in the studio. I have the D3s and 85MM F1.4 in my hand, taken with the 105MM F1.8 on the D4 strobe assisted. You know you are An old photographer when you pull up the image in lightroom and use the eyedropper for white balance and try to pick just the right spot in your hair to get the WB right!