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Sethos    271

Here's a fairly old picture I took with my phone, thought I might as well put it up here :)

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former1    27

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My new watch :D

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ron963    1
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digitaljames    0

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D700 + Sigma 50

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gigatexel    3

^Pretty

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Phenom II    104

Just been to the field with the dog (Only got 1 dog) Thought I would try my hand at a panoramic

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.Markus    194

Just been to the field with the dog (Only got 1 dog) Thought I would try my hand at a panoramic

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I'd maybe work a bit on the exposure and perhaps next time take more photos in order to get less 'cut-away' when editing the photo.

Always like making panoramas myself though, took this one last week in Athens. Not the best I've made but my friend was rushing me.. :D

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georgevella    48

The Maltese Falcon in Malta

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Its a stiched panorama, made up of two photos. Taken with a 1000D and 17-55mm @ ISO100. Very minimal editing - just playing around with the black levels, exposure and brightness levels (mostly in LR)

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.Markus    194

Very nice George, love the blue spots around the yacht! (Y)

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georgevella    48

Very nice George, love the blue spots around the yacht! (Y)

Thanks :)

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crazzy88ss    66

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ron963    1

^ Nice!!

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

Whoa crazy! amazing! That could be a perfect billboard ad for something like "gatorade - catch the ball"... in other words, amazing :)

Off topic, man those baseball chicks are intense players huh?

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witalit    15

@crazy - Great action shot dude, what lens were you using? Nice and wide :)

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crazzy88ss    66

^ Nice!!

thanks

Whoa crazy! amazing! That could be a perfect billboard ad for something like "gatorade - catch the ball"... in other words, amazing :)

Off topic, man those baseball chicks are intense players huh?

haha thanks. Yea they play just as hard as the boys.

@crazy - Great action shot dude, what lens were you using? Nice and wide :)

Uhhh I wouldn't call 300mm wide lol. The lens was the nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR on my D90, so x1.5 = 300mm.

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nyit101    0

Some pictures from recent trip to Japan.

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haveblue128    0

Truly cool shots in many cases. Folks, I can suggest more strongly that you look at Adobe Photoshop CS5-fantastic upgrade. If you are a shutterbug, it is powerful toolbox and the high octane version PS-Ex has new goods that make work-flow easier. For ex- 3-D, HiDef and others. My fav-puppet warp. As it sounds. Given them an extra month beyond RTM before you add the it, however. They are working with a very Microsoftesque RTM date. While the basic package is sound, there are still a few prms they need to shake out before its ready for prime-time. My take, however is if you do any HR-D imaging, or want 3-D, and a host of other improvements, consider making a buy.

FYI-Most of the early reviewers did not have all functionality available. Neither did the beta test group until late in the process. Hence, some reviews I have read (Washington Post for ex) are a bit jaded.

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david    51

Truly cool shots in many cases. Folks, I can suggest more strongly that you look at Adobe Photoshop CS5-fantastic upgrade. If you are a shutterbug, it is powerful toolbox and the high octane version PS-Ex has new goods that make work-flow easier. For ex- 3-D, HiDef and others. My fav-puppet warp. As it sounds. Given them an extra month beyond RTM before you add the it, however. They are working with a very Microsoftesque RTM date. While the basic package is sound, there are still a few prms they need to shake out before its ready for prime-time. My take, however is if you do any HR-D imaging, or want 3-D, and a host of other improvements, consider making a buy.

FYI-Most of the early reviewers did not have all functionality available. Neither did the beta test group until late in the process. Hence, some reviews I have read (Washington Post for ex) are a bit jaded.

Who hasn't heard of CS5 features by now?? :blink:

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crazzy88ss    66

Truly cool shots in many cases. Folks, I can suggest more strongly that you look at Adobe Photoshop CS5-fantastic upgrade. If you are a shutterbug, it is powerful toolbox and the high octane version PS-Ex has new goods that make work-flow easier. For ex- 3-D, HiDef and others. My fav-puppet warp. As it sounds. Given them an extra month beyond RTM before you add the it, however. They are working with a very Microsoftesque RTM date. While the basic package is sound, there are still a few prms they need to shake out before its ready for prime-time. My take, however is if you do any HR-D imaging, or want 3-D, and a host of other improvements, consider making a buy.

FYI-Most of the early reviewers did not have all functionality available. Neither did the beta test group until late in the process. Hence, some reviews I have read (Washington Post for ex) are a bit jaded.

uh... ok... and how much are they paying you per post?

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Argote    73

If you are a shutterbug

I sincerely cringe every time I hear someone say "shutterbug". Like, WTF!

His post was informative but did look a bit too much like an ad.

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witalit    15

Uhhh I wouldn't call 300mm wide lol. The lens was the nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR on my D90, so x1.5 = 300mm.

Sorry I did forget you are sitting far away from the players, duhhh. Great shots anyhow. But yes agree 300mm is not wide lol.

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

uh... ok... and how much are they paying you per post?

hahaha tru! But maybe he was just "telling" us.

I sincerely cringe every time I hear someone say "shutterbug". Like, WTF!?

His post was informative but did look a bit too much like an ad.

What's wrong with shutterbug, shutterbug? :p

But like above, seriously if you use photoshop on a daily basis you probably already know about CS5

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Argote    73

Why is this unlocked and nudged by a one post wonder?

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Steven P.    16,899

Why is this unlocked and nudged by a one post wonder?

Spam attempt ;)

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