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Ralph Conway
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Re: The beginnings


Great idea,Peter.

I purchased my first DSLR in autumn 2003 after I did a test of it in the shop end of summer and saw that its resolution (6MP) for 20x30 cm prints does not give me any longer any disatvantage compared to film. It was a EOS D60 with grip. It was a gift from my mother :-).

Back home and everything attached and my 50mm 1.8 mounted (I was shooting with EOS 5 before) I wanted to test it and just called a nice friend, to do some shots. Afternoon was late and it already gots dork in my flat so after an hour I dexcided to stop. I did some final nude pictures with ISO 800 (maximum) at about 1/10th second. Of course I did not hold any of those - except the last one:

Because itīs a nude pic I only post the link here (thank you for the advive, 15Bit).

From that point on I was in love with my camera and digital shooting




Dec 06, 2011 at 10:39 AM
Ralph Conway
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Re: The beginnings


Great idea,Peter.

I purchased my first DSLR in autumn 2003 after I did a test of it in the shop end of summer and saw that its resolution (6MP) for 20x30 cm prints does not give me any longer any disatvantage compared to film. It was a EOS D60 with grip. It was a gift from my mother :-).

Back home and everything attached and my 50mm 1.8 mounted (I was shooting with EOS 5 before) I wanted to test it and just called a nice friend, to do some shots. Afternoon was late and it already gots dork in my flat so after an hour I dexcided to stop. I did some final nude pictures with ISO 800 (maximum) at about 1/10th second. Of course I did not hold any of those - except the last one:

Because itīs a nude pic I only post the link here (thank you for the advive, 15Bit).

From that point on I was in love with my camera and digital shooting




Dec 05, 2011 at 11:52 AM
Ralph Conway
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Re: The beginnings


Great idea,Peter.

I purchased my first DSLR in autumn 2003 after I did a test of it in the shop end of summer and saw that its resolution (6MP) for 20x30 cm prints does not give me any longer any disatvantage compared to film. It was a EOS D60 with grip. It was a gift from my mother :-).

Back home and everything attached and my 50mm 1.8 mounted (I was shooting with EOS 5 before) I wanted to test it and just called a nice friend, to do some shots. Afternoon was late and it already gots dork in my flat so after an hour I dexcided to stop. I did some final nude pictures with ISO 800 (maximum) at about 1/10th second. Of course I did not hold any of those - except the last one:

Its a nude pic, so I only post the link here (thank you for the advive).

From that point on I was in love with my camera and digital shooting




Dec 05, 2011 at 11:49 AM
Ralph Conway
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Re: The beginnings


Great idea,Peter.

I purchased my first DSLR in autumn 2003 after I did a test of it in the shop end of summer and saw that its resolution (6MP) for 20x30 cm prints does not give me any longer any disatvantage compared to film. It was a EOS D60 with grip. It was a gift from my mother :-).

Back home and everything attached and my 50mm 1.8 mounted (I was shooting with EOS 5 before) I wanted to test it and just called a nice friend, to do some shots. Afternoon was late and it already gots dork in my flat so after an hour I dexcided to stop. I did some final nude pictures with ISO 800 (maximum) at about 1/10th second. Of course I did not hold any of those - except the last one:
Itīs a nude pic, so I only post the link here (thank you for the advive).







From that point on I was in love with my camera and digital shooting



Dec 05, 2011 at 11:46 AM
Ralph Conway
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Re: The beginnings


Great idea,Peter.

I purchased my first DSLR in autumn 2003 after I did a test of it in the shop end of summer and saw that its resolution (6MP) for 20x30 cm prints does not give me any longer any disatvantage compared to film. It was a EOS D60 with grip. It was a gift from my mother :-).

Back home and everything attached and my 50mm 1.8 mounted (I was shooting with EOS 5 before) I wanted to test it and just called a nice friend, to do some shots. Afternoon was late and it already gots dork in my flat so after an hour I dexcided to stop. I did some final nude pictures with ISO 800 (maximum) at about 1/10th second. Of course I did not hold any of those - except the last one:



From that point on I was in love with my camera and digital shooting



Dec 05, 2011 at 11:00 AM



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