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Leighton, very cool picture of feeding 3 lambs with just two hands :-) The red light (coming from a heating-lamp?) adds a "warm touch" to the picture - great effect.
Alan, love the 300mm-portrait of your son! Maybe you can velcro a small puppet on that lens to cheer him up a bit next time ;-) I'm just kidding - the picture is fantastic.
Btw, the wooden tripod will easily hold every lens I own - including heavy medium-format-combos.
Americo, good job on the cat-portraits!
Jose, love the de-fished pano! The built-in-filters should be really useful for B&W-work on film.
I've finally ordered the 16/3.5 from Adorama and can't wait to try it (a special "Thank you" to John for pointing me into the right direction).
Regarding the CA's on the boats-shot: yes, I've tried Nikon View. View is for sure a much underrated piece of free software. It deals very nicely with the CA's, ACR just fits my workflow better.
I just wanted to show the shortcomings (in extreme conditions) of the otherwise great 135/2.
John, lovely portraits of your happy hair-clip-models ;-)
Tony, very cool pano of the pasturing buffalos! I like especially the wide-open space surrounding these impressive animals. A tight shot with a very long lens is cool for sure, but I really like the cinemascope-feel here.
Curtis, thanks for your kind words! The 85-comparison is pretty interesting. Right now I have 11 Nikon-mount-lenses with focal-lengths between 85 and 105mm and my personal favs are constantly changing ;-)
I like the leaf-image a lot - nice reduction down to a graphical, minimalistic picture.
Peter, I like your experiments with the 105/2.5! I prefer the PSE-conversion over the one done with Topaz.
I'm glad you like the gables-image. I'm sure your beautiful country is rich of many interesting buildings with architectural influences from all over the world.