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My contribution...An Osprey building it's nest.
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Karen, love the mood and feel of that shot. And to all you animal shooters, great job...

Here's one from that new, but very old Nikon F3 with the first roll of Fujifilm color. Unfortunately, the lab that developed the roll messed it up horribly. Burn marks, scratches and such. Never again will I bring film to them. Anyway, this is the very first shot from that roll *I haven't shot film for YEARS and when I did I was never very good to begin with*. The vignetting on the shot is natural. I had a lens hood on that belonged to a 105mm but was shooting with a 35mm so that is the effect. Only real exif here is ISO/ASA 400 and I forget what the aperture was set to. Likely F2



No post processing btw. Oh, and I scanned the negatives myself with the Epson V500. Didn't even calibrate the scanner.

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Another from the F3, definitely @ f2 because it was dark. Still got shutter lag because I didn't have the tripod.



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This one with the D300 and manual focus 105mm 2.5 AI I got as close as I could within focusing range.

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Is there a way to post photos direct from iPad?

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Yes there is, there are a number of apps available, but I use Upload Images Imageshack free

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Wow you guys are all amazing O___O I've only been doing photography for a month now, but hopefully one day I'll get as good as you guys

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In lieu of all of the crazy sun we've been having, I thought a nice touch of snow would feel good, visually at least.

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