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Cant find that old photography thread anymore so i thought i would start one, share photos and ideas with everyone.

Last month i got a new rig which includes the Canon 5D Mark III 135mm F2 L and 17-40mm F4 L lens and went to Miami.

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Photo Gear by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Miami by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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I guess no one is interested lol. Hope you guys enjoy these.

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hmmm.

me just put me current pixies in: https://picasaweb.go...gCO-wyZ2W4dnzJw

camera: nikon dinky-3100

lens: nikkor 35mm-f1.8/18-55mm-VR/55-200mm-VR, tamron burrito 70/300mm VC.

tripod: dolica st-500

bag: tamrac 3537

:D

oh, guess i should post a pic:

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Nikkoe 55-200mm VR lens used on a rainy nite...

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I don't own a DSLR at the moment, but I'm happy with my Canon PowerShot SX230 HS. Here are some pics I took at Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam last year:

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And here are some pics from Hong Kong this past February:

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Just got a Canon Eos Kiss X50 Double Zoom kit. Still playing with it, but I like it.

Go Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters!

From where we were sitting, no zoom

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Full zoom on my 55-250 mm lens

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Nice images from everyone. Makes me want to travel to those places. I also like the fullmoon and the sunset pics from Treatment.

Heres some from my home base:

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Las Vegas by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Las Vegas by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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The Strip [Explored Feb 2, 2012 #54] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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City Of Light........ Las Vegas :) by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Hoover Dam by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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The Strip [Explored Jan 19, 2012 # 316] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

Keep coming those wonderful pics you guys =)

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hmmm.

me just put me current pixies in: https://picasaweb.go...gCO-wyZ2W4dnzJw

camera: nikon dinky-3100

lens: 35mm/f1.8, 18-55mm/VR, 55-200mm/VR, tamron burrito 70/300mm VC.

:D

Nice setup you got there. Youre pretty much covered on all focal lenghts.

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from my last trip to Monterey

Nice shots man, what lens did you used on those?

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Nice shots man, what lens did you used on those?

thanks, child's play compared to your shots but I'll take any compliments I can. :p

The boats I took with a tamron POS something something and the aquarium shots were with a NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G handheld.

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thanks, child's play compared to your shots but I'll take any compliments I can. :p

Cmon man, I know youre capable of those shots too :D

More from me and this time are shots from Boracay, Philippines.

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Boracay by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Boracay by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Boracay, Philippines by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Boracay [ Front Page + Explored Apr 11, 2012 #14] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Past the peak blooming season, but there's still a few cherry blossoms to be found.

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I asked my wife if it was taboo to take that last shot, and she said it was OK, if you don't mind seeing ghosts in your photo.

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Got a question-----any suggestions for a camera for someone techology-inept? As in, for my mom. (it'll be too late for a Mother's day gift, but she would like one before she goes on her next trip) Basically, it needs to have 2 buttons:

On/off, and "take picture". Also, "pressing the button half-way to focus, then all the way to snap the shot" is a BAD thing---she will never ever master that. Any digicams that DON'T have their shutter button operate that way? It basically needs to have an ultra-super-fast autofocus---because otherwise she'll miss every shot, asking why it didn't take the picture when she pressed the button down.

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Got a question-----any suggestions for a camera for someone techology-inept? As in, for my mom. (it'll be too late for a Mother's day gift, but she would like one before she goes on her next trip) Basically, it needs to have 2 buttons:

An iPhone 4S perhaps? :lol:

A Nikon S3300 or a S2600...Maybe even a S100?

A Canon A2300? ELPH 110 HS?

A Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH-6? DMC-S2?

BTW, if this gonna be "Everything Photography" at least geek it up and list the camera model you use to take the pic. And if you're using a DSLR, you should be listing at least the model and lens you used to take the pic. :rolleyes:

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Past the peak blooming season, but there's still a few cherry blossoms to be found.

I asked my wife if it was taboo to take that last shot, and she said it was OK, if you don't mind seeing ghosts in your photo.

Very nice series you got there, i want to go back to Japan to photograpically redeem myself.

gotta love cherry blossoms!

Just WOW!

Got a question-----any suggestions for a camera for someone techology-inept? As in, for my mom. (it'll be too late for a Mother's day gift, but she would like one before she goes on her next trip) Basically, it needs to have 2 buttons:

On/off, and "take picture". Also, "pressing the button half-way to focus, then all the way to snap the shot" is a BAD thing---she will never ever master that. Any digicams that DON'T have their shutter button operate that way? It basically needs to have an ultra-super-fast autofocus---because otherwise she'll miss every shot, asking why it didn't take the picture when she pressed the button down.

Alot of people are using the sony NEXs line of cameras. Most of the tourists here that visit Vegas are rocking one so it must be easy to operate those cameras.

From yesterday. Got Invited to join a shoot for fun and learn from a pro. Gears used:

Canon 5d Mk III + 70-200mm F2.8 L lens, processed in LR4 and PS CS5

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wow. awesome pics eugimon.

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When seeing the thread title I wanted to just unload with pictures of me kissing my biceps, but since you guys are awesome at photography, I will take this thread seriously. Amazing pictures everyone!

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wow. awesome pics eugimon.

I agree. He does everything :)

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A Canon A2300?

This was on my list of ones to check out, so next time I'm at BestBuy etc I'll definitely take a close look.

Anyways, the 2 best night shots I got with my Canon S3IS:

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Nice setup you got there. Youre pretty much covered on all focal lenghts.

thanks!

trying to keep my NAS from spiraling out of control. tho i reckon i still want a nice dedicated macro-lens to complete my set and still am lusting after the D800.

it's really a good thing that most Nikkors and stuff are almost always both out-of-stock and prohibitively expensive.

all wants, never really an actual need. :D

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Amazing work guys keep'em coming!

thanks!

trying to keep my NAS from spiraling out of control. tho i reckon i still want a nice dedicated macro-lens to complete my set and still am lusting after the D800.

it's really a good thing that most Nikkors and stuff are almost always both out-of-stock and prohibitively expensive.

all wants, never really an actual need. :D

Goodluck on your NAS lol. I folded in a week when the 5DMK3 came out lol.

Heres some from San Diego when i visited last Feb, The place was so Beautiful!

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San Diego by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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San Diego by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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San Diego [Explored Feb 8, 2012 #22] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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San Diego [Explored Feb 9, 2012 #39 + Front Page] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Sunset Cliffs by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Sunset Cliffs by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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Sunset Cliffs by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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La Jolla by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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La Jolla by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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La Jolla [Explored Apr 10, 2012 #151] by Eddie 11uisma, on Flickr

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nothing as awesome as those cityscapes... some shots from the SF zoo

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nothing as awesome as those cityscapes... some shots from the SF zoo

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These are nice,especially the flower macro. Also curious about the alien looking bird. What is it?

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shot of Venus with the tamron-burrito last week, and cropped/zoomed in at 1000% via gimp.

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i really have no idea what i was doing. wrong and otherwise.

can't even replicate the shot anymore in subsequent tries. :(:wacko::ohmy:

oh, well... :D

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awesome nightscapes vegas!

checked the EXIF and was quite surprised at the relatively large apertures you were using. curious on your rationale -- noise control, or perhaps to avoid starbursts?

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Wow, some really professional shots

Canon T2i 18-55 which I hate and 70-300 USM IS. These are raw so a bit washed out From my trip out west

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These are nice,especially the flower macro. Also curious about the alien looking bird. What is it?

thanks, the flower actually isn't a macro... it's just a really big flower... :)

The bird is called a cassowary.

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awesome nightscapes vegas!

checked the EXIF and was quite surprised at the relatively large apertures you were using. curious on your rationale -- noise control, or perhaps to avoid starbursts?

Thank you! The reason behind that is i didnt want the shutter speed to go over 30 seconds which is the max of my camera to get a right exposure but opted to compensate with the aperture. I did not bother to raise the ISO.

shot of Venus with the tamron-burrito last week, and cropped/zoomed in at 1000% via gimp.

(nef is left, jpg on right):

i really have no idea what i was doing. wrong and otherwise.

can't even replicate the shot anymore in subsequent tries. :(:wacko::ohmy:

oh, well... :D

Wow, some really professional shots

Canon T2i 18-55 which I hate and 70-300 USM IS. These are raw so a bit washed out From my trip out west

Nice work guys!!

thanks, the flower actually isn't a macro... it's just a really big flower... :)

The bird is called a cassowary.

Wow, that was huge! Thanks!

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Thank you! The reason behind that is i didnt want the shutter speed to go over 30 seconds which is the max of my camera to get a right exposure but opted to compensate with the aperture. I did not bother to raise the ISO.

ah, i didn't know about that 30s cap on your camera. i understand now. looking forward to more spectacular shots from you.

as for me, i had a year or so dalliance with Nikon, but now i am back to my first love, Olympus.

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i've only had the Olympus E-M5 a few weeks but in that time she has thoroughly impressed me. looks like i my Nikon D7000 will end up in the cabinet, at least until F1 weekend comes around.

sharing a some shots, all camera jpegs. i really gotta learn Lightroom and post-processing...

Olympus E-M5, Zuiko 45/1.8

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Nikon D7000, Sigma 17-50/2.8, NikkorFX 28-300/3.5-5.6

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Olympus E-PL1, Panasonic 20/1.7, Panasonic 45-200/4-5.6

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