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Ray (FL), did you come up with that compilation of film cameras and lens compatiblities? That's very nicely put together and very very useful! And that flower you had recently was super!
Chin, that lobby is so well captured.
Scott, superb images from your Maine trip. Hope to see more!
Ian, your latest work with the model is marvelous. Very much top class pro!
Ray, welcome back. That "nothing too special" panoramic landscape is very special. Love the mass of clouds above the distant trees at the bottom.
Jay, welcome and very striking fisheye portrait. And your "first attempt at image upload" was an outstanding introduction!
Rafael, glad to see your 15mm is back from its travails and functioning so well. I liked the fisheyed orchids too.
James, cool reverse lens shot. And loved the eggs reposted a couple pages back. Making me think of dinner right now.
Steve, liked the old canal with the ultramodern skyscraper in the background. Nice glimpses of Manchester in your photos!
Philip, nice to stop by again. I liked the bassist through the window the most.
Andy, very nice work with the 55 micro and the mantis.
Ronny, great portrait of your dog again!
Americo, good work with flower and the 28 2.8 AIS.
Peter (Knysna), loved the ready for winter shot from Chamonix. Reminds me, we don't see much of the Lieutenant nowadays. Is he spending all his time with the Leicas and Zeisses like Ben?
Georg, found your very boring shot with the 28 3.5 PC very interesting Interesting comment about the distortion. I think from what I tried last year with it, I got the feeling the distortion gets out of control if the camera plane is tilted to the ground. Did not look at this scientifically though, but enough that I am always self cautious about keeping the camera vertical.