Old Stuff Revisited - Trinity Duo

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by manaheim, Jul 31, 2009.

  1. manaheim

    manaheim Jedi Bunnywabbit Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I don't have anything new, but feel like sharing. I figure a lot of folks on here are new and haven't seen some of my older stuff anyway. I hope nobody minds.

    Feel free to comment if you wish. Thanks for looking.

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    Taken with a really shoddy 28-100 3.5/5.6 Nikkor and my D300.
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    "Old stuff revisited"? Go outside and shoot!

    (This is a very nice shot, BTW. I think I remember you mentioning that this was your first shot that you framed, no?)
     
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    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very nice. I really like the lighting and how the texture of the statue stands out so well.
     
  4. manaheim

    manaheim Jedi Bunnywabbit Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks! Yeah, it is first one I framed. It's up on my wall at work with lighting and everything. :)

    I know on the shooting... the weather here has been really bad this summer and work has been hell so I've been relatively uninspired. I felt left out (sniff) so I decided to drag some old stuff out. :)

    Thanks! I was actually very proud of the sharpness of this because I took a really crappy lens and for the first time understood that paying attention to the specific behaviors of the lens makes a big difference. (This was actually a second shoot of this subject a few years after my first attempt... which was awful. :lol:)

    I actually took 2 exposures on this one but was pretty sure I had the first one dead on. I almost never have that level of confidence with a pic like this, so I was really pleased.

    Thanks for the comments!
     

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