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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Wow guys, just 1.5 days after my last visit and you delivered 10 more pages = 200 posts with so many great images.

Impossible to comment all, just some:

Thanks Leighton and Georg for the comments;
Monty, loved the "The roll body" shot, how did you got the correct exposure for that? ;
Samy, I am loving the bokeh playing with the 180/2.8;
Georg, spetacular bokeh on that dwarf monkey + wire;
Bert, spetacular pseudo HDR with the 28/3.5, well (not over)done ;
Leighton, beautiful flying geese! ;
Philippe, love the Vosgues landscapes with 28/2.8 ais;
Curtis, exquisite bokeh with the 35/1.4 of the grapevine;
James, incredibly well done stacking of 9 images of that flower!



Oct 07, 2012 at 03:28 AM
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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Wow guys, just 1.5 days after my last visit and you delivered 10 more pages = 200 posts with so many great images.

Impossible to comment all, just some:

Thanks Leighton and Georg for the comments;
Monty, loved the "The roll body" shot, how did you got the correct exposure for that? ;
Samy, I am loving the bokeh playing with the 180/2.8;
Georg, spetacular bokeh on that dwarf monkey + wire;
Bert, spetacular pseudo HDR with the 28/3.5, well (not over)done ;
Philippe, love the Vosgues landscapes with 28/2.8 ais;
Curtis, exquisite bokeh with the 35/1.4 of the grapevine;
James, incredibly well done stacking of 9 images of that flower!



Oct 07, 2012 at 02:11 AM
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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Wow guys, just 1.5 days after my last visit and you delivered 10 more pages = 200 posts with so many great images.

Impossible to comment all, just some:

Thanks Leighton and Georg for the comments;
Samy, I am loving the bokeh playing with the 180/2.8;
Georg, spetacular bokeh on that dwarf monkey + wire;
Bert, spetacular pseudo HDR with the 28/3.5, well (not over)done ;
Philippe, love the Vosgues landscapes with 28/2.8 ais;
Curtis, exquisite bokeh with the 35/1.4 of the grapevine;
James, incredibly well done stacking of 9 images of that flower!



Oct 07, 2012 at 02:07 AM



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