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Hello Mishu01 and thank you for your comments on my photos. Your B & W conversions are stunning! I'm very glad I found this thread. So many beautiful photos and talented photographers.
My name is Greg. I'll try to remember and include it with my postings in the future.
Although I learned photography back in the days of Kodachrome and Tri-X pan, when it comes to digital and even autofocus, I consider myself to be very much a newbie and so your comment on the D300 has made me curious. It's my first serious DSLR and so I don't...Show more →
Hello Greg! It's a good idea to edit your FM profile in order to add your name. This way will help people remember easier you. This is a holy, high recommended tradition of the forefathers of this thread BTW my name is Mihai.
Regarding D300 - it is a wonderful camera. I liked best it's size, controls and functionality. A real machine gun. What I disliked was the low like "inability" of its sensor. I'm a sucker for low light photography and I was unable to manage the noise at acceptable levels. You seem to do much better than me, at least in the pictures you posted.
Ah... oh... "Sunset on Lac Qui Parle Lake" is a magnificent image! Congrats!
Mihai - ohh, I love your snow-shots! Apart from the impressive subject I really like your processing. It makes your neighborhood look a bit like the "Sin-City" (no offense meant, of course - that's one of my favorite movies, not for it's content, rather for it's look).
Hope you and your friends/family are coming safe and warm through the winter.
Georg, you are to kind to me! Thank you! Regarding "Sin-City" - you made my day! I'll tell this to all my friends locally and I am sure they will fully agree that it is a very inspired name!
Good job on the theater picture!
Ken, thanks sir! I love your images... and I wish to visit that "enoteca" especially during this season
Rafael, please stop these porn glass images... BTW your garden pictures are among the best you ever posted in this thread. While I'm not a fan of UWA perspective I think you managed that way to get great images with 15mm lens despite the perspective.
Leighton, I'll do it! I like more the sky in the second picture. Great color!
Lieutenant Z wrote:
I know what you mean, Rafael : I'm still living in Roman times and my masters are Marc-Aurčle and Seneca.... -)
ô tempora, ô mores.....
Ave Caesar "Z"! Muritori te salutant!
BTW if you are still living in Roman times your master must be Marc-Aurelius not Marc-Oreo or whatever...
Chin, I like that sea food meal. Looks very good, both from aesthetic part and from my stomach perspective I'm right now on a severe diet so I am salivating But "on the catwalk" is really a very good image, truly a keeper. I love the expression of the person...
Samy, a nice image of a monumental building! I love to see your Church building series as a sucker for this kind of images. Yeah... I wish to NOT wished before the snow...
Scott, thanks sir!
Steve, I like a lot the Chinese Lanterns picture!
Buddy, that green tree picture looks top notch!
John, a great set as always. Hard to decide but my favorite is the first one. I love that path... This could be the cover for a good book!
Ray, I like the snow on these red little fruits. Our snow looks ugly, at least here in the Sin-City where I live Friends know why
Larry, fine portraits of your son & wife!