looks like you all made this worklove the art worknot an easy capture, eitherBravo!
Mickey's bedroom!was this from Orlando or Anaheim or Paris?
excellent use of strobe with slow shutter speed to freeze action
superb photograph of an exquisite womanshe is no street dancer
agreeI will give a 1/2 star for unequivocal coffee imposters
bold & grand compositiondeserving of first place
wonderful use of selective focus & sweet specular highlightslooks like that camera found a good owner!
best of the setItalians ooze style!
lovely photograph, Mishasweet composition, light & momentBravo!
it really should be in Houstonwouldn't have had to cut down any trees
I don't believe Delahaye's are still being made, so this entry is OK
I looked long & hard at the Nokia 808 & Symbian was the deal breaker for mealso it is not available except in an unlocked version, which meant more of a hassle for me using it as a phoneI went with the Samsung Gallaxy III which has an excellent, though more conventional, camerawhat I like is how well it integrates various commonly used cellphone camera functionshere is a sample of what it can do --------> http://ic2.pbase.com/g4/90/46890/2/144925387.hI3Aalhi.jpgwhich is an available light pussycat pictureAF is surprisingly good & it has a swell macro mode that I use all the timeI much prefer WebOs to Ice Cream Sandwich, but having that in the Gallaxy is a dreamtoo bad Nokia is likely going with Win 8 for this phone when released in a locked versionWebOs is such a fine OS for cellphonesHP's decision to sink their WebOs devices will be studied in years to come as one of the great business blunders
quesitonable move by Sigmaideal focal length for butterfliesgiven the specs posted, it is likely more ungainly from the optically superb Nikkor 200 Micro f4 ...lots of lens elements!the additional speed likely comes at significant cost as I suspect this is a heavy lens as well as a large oneI love using macro lenses for non-macro photography & the f2.8 with good quality IS is highly appealing at this focal length
lovely colors, Ramesheven on my monitor ;)
Richard Murdey: So, why no review of the M8, M8.2, M9, M9-P?
Phil Askey reviewed the M8 in DPRmethinks he liked it
great light makes for great photographyyou have the Eye
certainly has wide DR;)