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    Posted: 05 July 2007 at 01:48

padlock pin - cut

a100 - km28-75 @75mm f2.8





Edited by brettania - 14 August 2013 at 03:05
X-700 (MD28/2.8, MD50/1.4,Macro, MD135/2.8) Maxxum 7,9,a100, a700 (KM17-35/2.8-4, KM28-75/2.8, 50/1.7, 70-210/4, zeiss 16-80)

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A100 CZ135 F2.8 iso100
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Thought you Euro guys would get kick out of seeing what an American works on Japanese cars with.




and a couple more favorites of mine.



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I like these Robert. Even the noise in #2 goes with the mood and the colours in all a strong. Good composition.

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Originally posted by brettania brettania wrote:


I like these Robert. Even the noise in #2 goes with the mood and the colours in all a strong. Good composition.

Seee you are another PSP man.


thanks, b. Actually the noise is a result of overprocessing with PSP. I took out some snow and a little ice bridge on it's back. I didn't really notice the noise and purple cast until it was done. I kinda like the original better, but alas that is the original. Overwrote it somewhere along the way. I do have the MRW's in the hard drive (3 shot bracket) but for some reason when I open a raw file they come out almost totally black. But that's something I'm gonna ask about in the DD forum. EDIT: problem resolved by self

Here's the last shot of the bracket, the brightest of the three. BTW, it might be just me, but why is it that the center shot is always the best one in the bracket? Just wondering...

unprocessed


Edited by stiuskr - 06 July 2007 at 02:51
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Originally posted by stiuskr stiuskr wrote:

Thought you Euro guys would get kick out of seeing what an American works on Japanese cars with.





German tools! :-)

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Exactly, Bob! I highly recommend Stahlwille to everybody. Like Minolta in the past, an example that the best is not always the most expensive.
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Funny shape of metal lamp post:



Seen in Katwijk, Netherlands, must have been a strong one, tying a knot like this!
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.40 Cal - mixture of metal types

A700 & VG. A700, 7D & VG,50/1.4, 50/1.7, 50/3.5 macro, Tam 17-50/2.8, 85/1.4, Tam 90/2.8 Macro, 70-210/4 Beercan, 80-200/2.8 APO "Black", the 300/2.8 HS APO G; and 5600 HS
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Hey I didn't kill this thread did I?   

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Originally posted by LTTay LTTay wrote:

Hey I didn't kill this thread did I?   

Lionel


No, that was a great post

Okay, I fell obligated to post something now to bail out a brother in arms:




Edited by camelriders - 25 January 2008 at 00:16
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A couple from a harbour at low tide




A100, Dynax 7 with VC-7, Kit 18-70, Kit 75-300, Sigma 28-70 f2.8, Min 50 f1.7, Sigma EX 105 f2.8 Macro, '56 Flash, Manfrotto 190, 804RC2 or 322RC2
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Thanks Bruce!! btw - What is that? and richiecatpugh, nice mixture of metals!!
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