First shots with D80

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  1. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #8 is my fav. Really like the lines and the monochrome look to it. IMO a little cropped of the bottom would give it more punch. Lovely shot.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    By the look of things, this D80 has come into some good hands. You two are bound to become fast friends. I am just sure!

    My three favourites of this series are 2, 4 and also 8, in that I much agree with John E. here!!! But 4 could have been my photo, I am very prone to photograph close-ups of leaves, mostly so when they are still this wonderful green (yeah, had to mentioned... :greenpbl: ). And I just like the scene that presented itself to you when you reached that point that you captured in 2.

    What do we see in 9????
     
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    looks like the camera is doing pretty good to me. I like the first two.


    I'm going to guess #9 just belongs to someone's doggie walking the trail in the mud?
     
  5. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #9 is not what I thought it was- But it is a very nice dog footprint (IMHO), if, you like dog footprints- kinda embarrased.

    Although I like backlit green, #4 was more for LaFoto than me. I'm hoping to get better DOF with the nikkor 18-70mm.

    Thanks for the encouragement all. I'm looking forward to a few days out with the new machinery.

    Anyone else?
     

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