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Old 09-15-2014, 11:42 AM
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All pictures taken with Nikon D5100 and kit lens (18-55 f3.5-5.6)
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Old 09-25-2014, 11:18 AM
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Looks good to me...rolling shots are a lot tougher than people think. The exposure in all three could be boosted a hair...nit-picking.
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Looks good to me...rolling shots are a lot tougher than people think. The exposure in all three could be boosted a hair...nit-picking.

I appreciate it man, what do you shoot with?
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Old 09-28-2014, 01:49 PM
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I appreciate it man, what do you shoot with?

lol...a T3i. I'm really pushing it's boundaries lately, having noise issues at night. I only 'really' started taking/learning photos in February but have been working my ass off trying to nail it. I bought the T3i to upgrade from a 40d because I didn't want to spend a fortune on something I wouldn't stick with. Fast forward to now, getting paid it makes sense to step up to something that is a little higher quality. Just don't know what I want, I'll likely go for the 6d.


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Originally Posted by Jeremyxsc' timestamp='1411678606' post='23345504
I appreciate it man, what do you shoot with?

lol...a T3i. I'm really pushing it's boundaries lately, having noise issues at night. I only 'really' started taking/learning photos in February but have been working my ass off trying to nail it. I bought the T3i to upgrade from a 40d because I didn't want to spend a fortune on something I wouldn't stick with. Fast forward to now, getting paid it makes sense to step up to something that is a little higher quality. Just don't know what I want, I'll likely go for the 6d.


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Nice stuff! LOVE the Jurassic Park photo!!

Spent some time in the Saratoga Springs, NY area attending an S2000 meet. Did a little sightseeing.

Loved the colors and grittiness of the concrete at this spring. Makes me wonder about drinking the water.
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