Upload & Sell: On
Fantastic shots, although I think on this last one, I'd clone out the spotlight over his head, would be the only change I'd make.
Paul Gabel wrote:
Been busy for a while, but I have seen a tremendous amount of awesome pictures on the thread, and many new people joining in. Welcome!
This week I went to a concert by Lonnie Liston Smith, a 72-year-old jazz musician who was persuaded to return from retirement by a band of enthousiastic young and very talented musicians.
Here are a few pictures, taken with the 135mm f2.0 ais and 180mm f2.8 ais on a D700:
_PG24167 by Apapa56, on Flickr
Welcome, Craig, and yes, I'm partial to cats myself, and these badlands shots make me want to go there this summer too.
I've been visiting this forum on and off for some time and decided it was time to post something. The first two images were taken this past June in the South Dakota Badlands with a 24/2.8 AIS, both are single image crops. The second two are of my cat Sargent and they were taken with a 105/2.5 AIS w/o, I love this lens!
Have fun, Peter.
I'll be away on the Cape west coast for a couple of days so will have a lot of catching up to do when I get back on Thursday.
Can't wait to see the rest of these shots, Rafael. Now I'm seriously considering converting my dad's copy of the 50-300, as his is the 1970 version.
A teaser from the dance festival today. 50-300mm ED ais at 300mm 4.5, D800 at iso3200. Going to bed.
nikon nikkor 50-300mm san diego D800 filipino dance by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Reagan, I think you've found your groove. Do NOT sell this camera, repeat, do NOT sell this camera, it's definitely meant for you.
Done with sunrise for a while maybe go to Lake Okeechobee for some sunsets this weekend
Last of them
Last one is from this morning
Sorry about all the green in February