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A portrait of my son...
Posted By: heliphoto, 09-13-2009, 11:50 PM

With the Tamron 70-200/2.8 @ 70mm f/5 on the K20D @ ISO 2000


BTW, I'm impressed that ISO 2000 looks this good (even when pixel peeping). I don't think my K-7 can live up to this (though I prefer it in so many ways).
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09-14-2009, 12:35 AM   #2
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Wonderful looking son of yours and amazing eyes(Yes Im impressed with ISO2000)


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09-14-2009, 02:33 AM   #3
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Oh he is a good lookin' boy Josh. Good choice on the tammy, that is one sharp lens and with the close focusing...

Your boy looks like he is actually having fun getting his picture taken... I remember those days...
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Fantastic smile and fantastic portrait (ISO 2000 ).

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Wonderful looking son of yours and amazing eyes(Yes Im impressed with ISO2000)


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Thanks cupic - glad you liked it ... The eyes get me every time.

QuoteOriginally posted by Igilligan Quote
Oh he is a good lookin' boy Josh. Good choice on the tammy, that is one sharp lens and with the close focusing...

Your boy looks like he is actually having fun getting his picture taken... I remember those days...
Thanks Gus - he's actually having fun spraying water on my feet with a garden hose - he doesn't mind photography as long as I yell out when he gets me with the water .

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Fantastic smile and fantastic portrait (ISO 2000 ).
Thanks!
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Wonderful portrait Josh.... Why do I get the feeling he keeps you running? LOL

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I have to agree... wonderful shot! It's difficult to keep from smiling when looking at this image

Very nice!

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Perfect - look at that expression and those blue eyes. This guy'll be a lady killer in high school!

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Josh, print it, hang it on a wall and enjoy the smile.
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Great shot! Well done

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Josh, print it, hang it on a wall and enjoy the smile.
What he said.
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Have to agree. That's a shot for hanging. (On a wall)
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Wonderful portrait Josh.... Why do I get the feeling he keeps you running? LOL

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That he does Mike!

QuoteOriginally posted by Bud Quote
I have to agree... wonderful shot! It's difficult to keep from smiling when looking at this image

Very nice!

Bud
Thanks Bud!

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Perfect - look at that expression and those blue eyes. This guy'll be a lady killer in high school!

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I think you're right on that count Jer.

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Josh, print it, hang it on a wall and enjoy the smile.
Will do Heinrich!

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Great shot! Well done

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Thanks.
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What he said.
Thanks Jim!
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Have to agree. That's a shot for hanging. (On a wall)
Thanks .
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Wonderful portrait; detail in his eyes is impressive!
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