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08-18-2009, 05:26 AM   #16
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Great shots, and I really liked the video. If people continue posting videos with this kind of quality I might need to get a K-7 for the video, if nothing else.

Did you use the DA35 for the video also?
Thanks! I used the FA50 for most of the video, if not all. Except the scenes with the LX3, which you can tell coz they're quite inferior.

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Great job; I particularly like your up close style on the portraits with the color processing!
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That video was great fun, and that series of portraits is fantastic. Good way to really make use of the trip; hope no one got annoyed at you having a camera held in front of you all the time :P
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Great job; I particularly like your up close style on the portraits with the color processing!
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That video was great fun, and that series of portraits is fantastic. Good way to really make use of the trip; hope no one got annoyed at you having a camera held in front of you all the time :P
Thank you! I kept my stuff in my Think Tank Urban Disguise 20, and it was just fantastic. When I initially got it, it was expensive but now that I've used it, it's SO worth it. Fantastic bag, easily the best shoulder bag out there in my opinion.

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Very nice photos Diego. From your writing, it is obvious that you took some time to get to know your subjects and I would say that their comfort with you has led to very relaxed, unforced looking portraits. nice.
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Excellent work, very inspirational. Good job on the blog too, now bookmarked.
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Very nice photos Diego. From your writing, it is obvious that you took some time to get to know your subjects and I would say that their comfort with you has led to very relaxed, unforced looking portraits. nice.
Thanks Darren, and yes I try to get to know the people before taking their photo. That way some connection is made and I try to show that.

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Excellent work, very inspirational. Good job on the blog too, now bookmarked.
Thank you Gary, happy you enjoyed my work.

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Diego, incredible portraits. The sheer resolution of that 35ltd is put to perfect use in your hands. Always look forward to seeing your stuff.

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Diego, incredible portraits. The sheer resolution of that 35ltd is put to perfect use in your hands. Always look forward to seeing your stuff.
Thank you Jay, I'm glad I got the DA35 from you
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