Osman, best wishes for your father and all the family in such hard times!
Actually it is great to see that virtual places as such forums can really be of help even beyond the intended goals in those situations!
Life is an ever changing journey
Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
D7000; 24-120mm f/4 VR; 52mm; 1/30s @ f/4; ISO 1400
D80, AF 35mm f/2D
with the d700, first 14-24, second Leica 100Macro
The new lens and you seem to be hitting it off very well pal. The little red devil is cute.
Hi fellow Nikon folks. I posted this in another thread, but thought I'd share here too. Stuff from last nights Sharks 5-2 win over the Ducks. The first shot is from my iPhone--camera was having a tough night after two direct hits and a trip to the concrete floor. But all is well and we're ready for the next game--after applying a hammer, screw drivers and pipe wrench to get that Rodenstock off. (that is a NEW 70-200 sitting on the D3. I tape my cameras--wonder why?)
Hockey is Dangerous on both sides of the boards! Phenomenal Shots!!!
I don't care what gear I have.
Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105
As for the downsizing, are you using a sharp for the web action or routine? That's made all the difference for me.
Matt, Steve, Rayyan: Thank you gentlemen for the friendly comments on the market-snaps!
Matt, MHC, t_streng, fultonpics and Rayyan: Great captures on various themes.
But where are the ladies on that thread?
So, here are two random shots, dedicated to the ladies:
"Lust after a New Hat"
D 700, 50/1.4G @ f 1.6
"A New Hat is (almost) Like a New Life"
D 700, 14 - 24/2.8G @ 19 mm, f 4.5
OT Matt: Looked at your description of the project in Bavaria (Nürnberg) and at Herberth Meyer-Sternbergs site as well - very impressive and interesting, and also I think raising the standards on even nowadays architectural challenges, though it's been some years ago!!!
Best regards - Hermann
Hermann, Stellar "Street" & Amazing IQ!!!
A few days ago fellow forum member Steven (Kaua) and I visited This is The Place Heritage Park, which is a re-creation of a 19th Century village, complete with actors in period costumes.
All shots with the D3, 70-300 combo:
(Not sure the wristwatch in this one is true to the period. )
Like A Masterpiece Painting Rayyan! A Nice Dark Mahogany Frame Around This & Magnifique!
The going is usually tough. When it seems to get easy..watch out!! Minor injuries suffered means you got lucky..this time around!!
But each one has to face their own fears and test the limits of their endurance..
Often, blind courage can be fatal.