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    Some of my shots (8 pix)
    Hi all

    A MacForums N00bie here - so here's a mix of recent photos by way of an intro...
















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    Wow! The photos are absolutely stunning! What do you shoot with?

    By the way, welcome to Mac-Forums!
    Brendan Welsh
    Aluminum Macbook Owner

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    Aw thanks {Blush}

    I shoot with a Nikon D2Xs and a D200.

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    Nice. I like every shot you posted. Especially the Dragon Fly picture.

    I'm thinking about getting myself a nice camera after I get my iMac, but don't know much at all about them. Do you have a recommendation in the $300-$400 price range?
    Brendan Welsh
    Aluminum Macbook Owner

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    Hmmm.... not sure what's available for what price in $ - I'm in the UK. I'll have a look tonight when I get in from work though.

    Do you have a camera now? If so what. What type of shots are you looking to take? Are you looking to print and what size?

    Probably one for a new thread?

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    One word - Fabulous. Any chance I can get the Lancaster one for a desktop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDoG View Post
    One word - Fabulous. Any chance I can get the Lancaster one for a desktop?
    Sure - what size?

    {Off to work now so may not reply until tonight}

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    1280 x 800 if its not too much trouble......
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDoG View Post
    1280 x 800 if its not too much trouble......
    No problem.

    It's probably worth PMing me - I have a mind like a sieve

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    Oy! great stuff!

    those lemurs rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Oy- View Post
    Hmmm.... not sure what's available for what price in $ - I'm in the UK. I'll have a look tonight when I get in from work though.

    Do you have a camera now? If so what. What type of shots are you looking to take? Are you looking to print and what size?

    Probably one for a new thread?
    I have a Kodak Easyshare Z7590, and it's nice but not amazing.

    I'll probably just be taking a lot of nature shots, and pictures of people, etc. I'm not looking to print unless I take it to costco and get standard images printed. I'll probably use it more for a hobby, and have the pictures saved for my viewing pleasure.

    If you click the picture below, it will take you to my flickr album. Nothing special, just a few photos I decided to upload to give you an idea of what I will be shooting.
    Brendan Welsh
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    I have been half looking at a Canon D400.....not sure yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    I have a Kodak Easyshare Z7590, and it's nice but not amazing.

    I'll probably just be taking a lot of nature shots, and pictures of people, etc. I'm not looking to print unless I take it to costco and get standard images printed. I'll probably use it more for a hobby, and have the pictures saved for my viewing pleasure.
    Some nice shots there Brendan - you have a good eye!

    Take a look at the Panasonic Lumix FZ8

    http://tinyurl.com/2qukl7

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    Looks good. I'll do some research on the subject and tell you my decisions once I make them. Hows that sound?
    Brendan Welsh
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    Sounds good to me

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