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Ray, Jose, Scott, Paul and Mike - thanks for your comments on the pianist-shot! Really much appreciated.
Peter, another really nice set!
Jeff, great to see you're posting again. Hope the eye-surgery went well. Love your fine image of the "bunch of boats".
Ronny, love the delicious shallow Depth-of-Field on your images with the 180/135's! Nice to see that spring has arrived in Sweden too :-)
Huddy, nice to hear/read from you! Lenses with a special rendering like the 50/1.2, the 24/2 and others have for sure a place in portraiture (in my opinion).
But sometimes AF or more recent optics are handy too (my favorite portraiture-lens right now is the 28/1.8G - thanks for your recommendation over at the 28mm- or AF-S-lenses love film-thread).
Leighton, your Onions-shot made me hungry (that's a compliment ;-).
Rafael, wow, that 200/4 QC on your F2 is a beauty The "Enchanted elfin forest" is wonderfully captured.
John, can't get enough of your sunset-panos!
Curtis, you're clearly on a roll with those strange looking old lenses ;-) Nice work, I really enjoy the variety of your shots!
Scott, very nice set! Hard to pick a fav - maybe it's the moose acting as a weathercock.
Chuong, beautiful flower-shot! You guys here made me re-think the use of the 300/4.5 - it was for me just a long-distance lens.