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Scott, marvelous angles and composition! And Swedish colors
Leighton, the veggies are glad to model for you and happy you kept the 50 1.2!
Jose, very nice testing of the 25-50 with the different CPU entries. I am at a loss why the entry would change exposure for this lens. And your obsolete equipment shots are wonderful!
Philippe, nice 1842 statue. And what you did with that in-focus man with the 105 2.5 was superb even by your own standards!!!
Rafael, you and the other folks here have really been showcasing the 400 3.5. The 400 5.6 takes the 1.4 TC very well however with the reduced light the focus dot becomes iffy. I am sure with higher magnification TCs that issue would be worse.
And wonderful classic cars. I never made it to the car show last week. Long story. The hood ornament is terrific.
Ram, great goose portrait, and liked your night sky a few pages back. Still hard to believe NJ has areas where one can see the Milky Way Love the cropped sharpness on the sparrow with your 400 3.5! The weight is more than double that of the 400 5.6 ED. The one thing I love about the 5.6 is I can carry it for long periods of time. I will have to think about the 3.5's weight vs. the advantage of adding various TCs. But wait, I am not buying any more lenses for a very long time!
Chuong, just great portrait of that beautiful horse!
Ken, cute cats and the dog! Especially the peeking kitty. And also cow town.
Steve, love the grey headed crane. That last pic is a great portrait, brings out quite some character in the bird. And just found the swan portraits too! Great work with the 500 F4 P!!!
BTW, loved the rotated version of the looping plane, don't mind at all and thanks for doing that! I thought there was something not quite there and your change resolved that.
Ray (OH), thanks for the note on the S2. No, any shots with the sun in the frame were definitely at 1/1000s, which is the fastest that camera goes, and with the wide angle 3.5cm lens. I will still cross my fingers until the next roll gets developed though
Ray (FL), just came across your superb Charleston gallery. Will need to steal ideas from there on what to photograph since that's on the agenda.
Chin, what a terrific set for Oolong's model portfolio!
Nuno, great flora from Madeira!
Laura, I really liked that last pic of the batter, looks like your 180 2.8. Great action shot!!
Curtis, I like your wish list of 'toys'.