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07-26-2015, 09:47 AM   #4321
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No need to apologize. I for one enjoy your shots.

07-26-2015, 11:58 AM   #4322
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Cross-posted to the DA limited thread.


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07-26-2015, 02:54 PM   #4323
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Some shots from a wedding I shot a few days back. K-3 and Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8









tired of b&w yet?



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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
A corner of the plaza in the old section of Prague. K3 & Sigma 8-16
Wonderful 'Golden Hour' image/ Brings back very fond memories of my trips to Prague so many years ago. Thank you for sharing!

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I have enjoyed browsing through this thread very much. In fact, it has been instrumental in influencing me to get a K-3. I finally took the plunge! So far, I am loving it! Coming from a K-30, the AF is a big improvement and of course the build and ergonomics are quite a step up. I'm impressed with the high ISO capabilities as well.

Here are a couple shots I like so far. The second shot of my cat Shanequa is ISO 6400 and at this size, I find it more than adequate. The K-30 file would've been very smeared, but I like how the K-3 handles noise.

Thanks to all of you for posting such awesome images!
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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
I have enjoyed browsing through this thread very much. In fact, it has been instrumental in influencing me to get a K-3. I finally took the plunge! So far, I am loving it! Coming from a K-30, the AF is a big improvement and of course the build and ergonomics are quite a step up. I'm impressed with the high ISO capabilities as well.

Here are a couple shots I like so far. The second shot of my cat Shanequa is ISO 6400 and at this size, I find it more than adequate. The K-30 file would've been very smeared, but I like how the K-3 handles noise.

Thanks to all of you for posting such awesome images!
Some great shots! Especially that first one.

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Ah ha theres that Minolta again :0
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Some great shots! Especially that first one.
Thanks much! I have really enjoyed looking at your fantastic portraits, LeRolls! That's a type of photography that I can't seem to do well.

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A couple of DA 15 limited shots.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Arjay Bee Quote
Ah ha theres that Minolta again :0
Yessir!

QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
Thanks much! I have really enjoyed looking at your fantastic portraits, LeRolls! That's a type of photography that I can't seem to do well.
You are quite welcome! I appreciate your kind words! Your wildlife and nature shots are all lovely, that's the type of photography that I am somewhat weak in so I guess we are sort of even.

I'd love to shoot portraits at that Mabry Mill.
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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
I have enjoyed browsing through this thread very much. In fact, it has been instrumental in influencing me to get a K-3. I finally took the plunge! So far, I am loving it! Coming from a K-30, the AF is a big improvement and of course the build and ergonomics are quite a step up. I'm impressed with the high ISO capabilities as well.

Here are a couple shots I like so far. The second shot of my cat Shanequa is ISO 6400 and at this size, I find it more than adequate. The K-30 file would've been very smeared, but I like how the K-3 handles noise.

Thanks to all of you for posting such awesome images!
Great shots, Lori and welcome to the K3 club. I know with your skills that you will add a lot of interesting photos.
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Great shots, Lori and welcome to the K3 club. I know with your skills that you will add a lot of interesting photos.
Many thanks Rondec! Means a lot to me, I always enjoy your work!
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Alright, another post from me, so you know what that means... more macro!






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Bonus from my Oly X10 P&S where they have the real street car and the 3000 HP racing car. You never see that.

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