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Posted By: TinaS, 07-09-2016, 10:19 PM

These are more from Friday night with the photography group. We started out with one model scheduled, and ended up with two. Double the fun.





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I am really pleased to see how nicely the da 55-300 renders.

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I worried about it. It's not perfect, but I think it held its own rather nicely.
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Enjoyed those Tina, you are making great use of your new K5IIs! Nice set!

May be just coincidence.....probably is...but a friend of mine named Terry just told me he has a private shoot lined up with a model named Lesslie. He was very excited and is just now getting into photography.....I gave him a few pointers on how to get the best exposure, and advised that "full exposure" is often the best method. I think he understood that?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Enjoyed those Tina, you are making great use of your new K5IIs! Nice set!

May be just coincidence.....probably is...but a friend of mine named Terry just told me he has a private shoot lined up with a model named Lesslie. He was very excited and is just now getting into photography.....I gave him a few pointers on how to get the best exposure, and advised that "full exposure" is often the best method. I think he understood that?

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lol I'm sure he understood. And thank you!
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Beautifully done. I have to say that third from the top is my favorite. She has a smile that just breaks my heart. Wonderful photography and thanks for a terrific viewing experience.

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Thank you so much!
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