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02-17-2007, 06:37 PM   #1
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MY k100d

About 2 months after i got my k100d.. Here's some shots.. please let me know what you guys think. Any comment and suggestion is greatly appreciated.

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02-17-2007, 10:55 PM   #2
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Hi Johnyeros,

You've got some great shots here. The vase, rose2 and the bulb shots were the ones I liked.
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I can definitely identify with "Suburbia"!
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u have the wrong camera johny.. if this thread started "my K10" it would be fifty posts long by now.. he he..

nice pictures by the way..

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Great pictures. So much so that I'm keenly interested in what lens goes with what shots.

What did you shoot Suburbia with?
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Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by trog100 Quote
u have the wrong camera johny.. if this thread started "my K10" it would be fifty posts long by now.. he he..

nice pictures by the way..

trog
Very nice pictures indeed...further confirming the adage that it is the photographer not the camera...
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i think the camera does play a part.. but not where a k10 or k100 is involved.. one can take just as nice a pictures as the other..

one dosnt generate the same forum interest thow.. he he

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I like your people pictures. It seems you have a way of getting people very comfortable in front of the camera. I also like your rose pictures very much. Actually, I liked all your pictures! You have a good eye!
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I like the wonky candle composition....it just intrigues me. Was it too much wine after dinner? Who knows?
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Thanks guys for the kind comments. I feel like my composition skills is always weak so I'm alway trying to improve that. The Suburia was taken using the lens that I bought with my k100d -- which is the Tamron 28-200mm XR IF lense (not DI). The people pictures near the end pages are actually taken with my P&S SD400 as you can see from the EXIF.. I love that little thing for parties and stuff. But I'm about go to on a road trip to New Orleans and I can't wait to take pictures!!! Around here winter is soo dull and boring =(.
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I like "fences".

The angles and the shading make the fences seem to tumble without rhyme or reason. The chain link fence in the background is a little jarring, reminding me that the subject is not the light/dark patterns, but the fences themselves.

I like how the composition hides the yards from the viewer... we dont know what is being fenced in or out. It like they grew there like weeds.
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QuoteOriginally posted by kmccanta Quote
I like "fences".

The angles and the shading make the fences seem to tumble without rhyme or reason. The chain link fence in the background is a little jarring, reminding me that the subject is not the light/dark patterns, but the fences themselves.

I like how the composition hides the yards from the viewer... we dont know what is being fenced in or out. It like they grew there like weeds.
::GASP :: There's no weed in there :-p.. Not that I know off hah
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