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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhoto17 View Post
    number 1. im completely out of inspiration, ive been going out the past week shooting and shooting and shooting and i realised something

    aside from the random abandoned houses ive shot at theres absolutely nothing around me but trees and water. what do you do when you get to the point that i dont even have the urge to go out and shoot anymore?

    number 2. im looking for a good photo printer, i went to walmart and best buy and it seems they only had normal printers not specifically made for printing photos, can someone please sned me a link to a good photo printer please?



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    I can't speak to #1.

    As for #2, I would consider any of the Canon Pixma lineup. I've owned the Pixma ip4000, the Pixma 700, and now the Pixma 9000 Mark II. I still use the 700 for general printing (papers, scanning, faxing etc) and occasionally the odd 5x7 or 4x6 print for my kids. Quality with canon paper is excellent.

    The Pixma 9000 Mark II is a bit more pricey, but the print quality is outstanding. Prints up to 13x19 prints. With Canon paper you can't get better results from a lab (in my opinion) for general printing of pictures.

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    yeah, ive shot on lake norman plenty of times, its pretty much right in my back yard, also, i just picked up the 55-200 lens, i really want a nice macro lens but theyre way too expensive, so ill be happy with this for a while, then i can go onto my tilt/shift
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    pentax k1000 with 50mm a 28-85mm and a 70-200mm
    argus rangefinder c-3 50mm
    Minolta Maxxum 3000i 28-70mm
    Minolta XD11 28-70mm 28-80mm and 50mm with automatic film winder and Vivitar Auto Thyristor 3900 flash
    1930's kodak vigilant 616
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