RightRudder

RightRudder

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    I'm glad you enjoyed it Andrew. Yes, the view from above surely gives things a different perspective. One of these days I hope to take my E-3 along with the ZD 11-22 and take some shots and see how ...
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    the reservoir a bit of extra saturation going on here makes for cartoonish colors but fun digging for gold; actually, a quarry. I think eventually they'll get to the magma layer of they keep on ...
  • This post might not below in this forum so I labeled it as off topic. Next batch of similar photos will be from E-3 so they will make up for this; think of it as a comparison. I've had the E-3 ...
  • Replied in Orchids
    Very delicate and I like the different perspectives.
  • From birds to flowers ;) I really like the first one (is that a water lily?) - looks like you exposed for the light-colored petals and made the background be darker and the water reflection is ...
  • Wow, it totally looks like it was sprinkled with gold! And I see snow... I miss snow. Beautiful capture.
  • Replied in A dandelion...
    Looks really good on the large view; it's almost as if it is "3-dimensionally" symmetric. And the amount of detail is amazing. Good job on keeping all the seeds together ;)
  • I think it might have been a little too heavy ;) E-500 taken from an almond tree in the garden. When it blooms, it's really pretty (here the vase was in window light with a distant black cloth for ...
  • Merry Christmas daddyo. It's good to see good things happening... it is good, for that is what we're called to do. God Bless.
  • Replied in Merry Christmas
    Oh and thank you all for your comments, suggestions - have a Merry Christmas day (today is Christmas day ;) )
  • Thank you for the feedback Chris. You advised me of something I have wondered about: possibly getting an E-5. I would love improved better performance at higher ISO with low light/low shutter ...
  • Thanks declan79 - yup, in good natural light, or places where i can control the light, the E-3 still serves me very well - same way the day I first got it. In low light with low shutter speed at ...
  • [...] Thank you very much Steve - glad you liked it. You sure are right about me trying to make my wife happy with the photos. I have spent a lot in my photographic toys and she never really ...
  • Replied in Nicely done!
    Thank you daddyo for taking the time to write the detailed feedback - much appreciated and very useful! Tips well taken. (I thought about using 2nd curtain flash because the kids typically get the ...
  • Thank you Andrew; yes, the last two are nice as they were taken without my daughter really paying attention to me (by that time he had gotten used to, even mildly annoyed by my camera) so I ...
  • Thank you Darrel - I like the last two also because they were not posed.
  • Very cool! Really well done I think: the setup, perspective, etc. Thanks for posting this.
  • That is a really neat shot of Woody Woodpecker! :) A keeper for sure.
  • I really like how you captured the emotion and expression of the artist. And what really stands out to me is how you move around to get really good and different perspectives - and of course, all ...
  • My wife wanted some photos of the kids with the Christmas tree. We wanted portraits of the kids while also "seeing" the Christmas tree lights. I kind of have an idea of what I was trying to do, but ...
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