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post #11 of 38 Old 05-31-2010, 08:42 AM
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You have a good eye and excellent perception. I especially like the setting a few of them.

(I used to teach photography many many years ago and son #2 has been published a number of times.)

I'm not arguing with you, I'm just explaining why I'm right.

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post #12 of 38 Old 05-31-2010, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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You have a good eye and excellent perception. I especially like the setting a few of them.

(I used to teach photography many many years ago and son #2 has been published a number of times.)
Thank you! I wish I could go to school for it. It's just a hobby I guess. An expensive hobby.
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Thank you! I wish I could go to school for it. It's just a hobby I guess. An expensive hobby.
Not nearly as expensive as it was when we had to have a darkroom and all the chemicals and equipment that went with it. I used to develop B&W as well as color in those days. That is besides all the different camera bodies and lenses and filters we needed. Also, let's not forget the multitude of different films that we had to choose from.

Now, a good digital camera, Photo Shop, and a computer is all you need.

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post #14 of 38 Old 05-31-2010, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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Not nearly as expensive as it was when we had to have a darkroom and all the chemicals and equipment that went with it. I used to develop B&W as well as color in those days. That is besides all the different camera bodies and lenses and filters we needed. Also, let's not forget the multitude of different films that we had to choose from.

Now, a good digital camera, Photo Shop, and a computer is all you need.

Not always, lol. I know a lot of people with good cameras and expenses lenses and their photos could have come for a cardboard Kodak camera. ;)

I used to shoot in film all the time. I had a Canon K2 and loved it. Then all the stores in my area stopped selling film. Then all the stores in my area stopped developing film. Then all the stores in my area jacked up the price to send off rolls of film to a sky scraper height and I just had to give up the K2.

Now I have an XTI and I spent over 1200 and got myself a L Series 70-200 f 2.8 lens. It's my BFF.

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You are brave!!!! Beautiful pictures.
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post #16 of 38 Old 06-01-2010, 04:22 PM
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I never would have gotten near any of those houses on my own It surprised me to see that those houses were left like that. Here you would see houses taken down. As everyone else posted, you're not only brave for going INSIDE when they are crumbling but you weren't scared! I was mortified just looking at the photos.

You really have an eye for photography. Good for you. Looking forwards to seeing more photos from you!
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awesome pictures!
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What a creeeeeeepy photos! But I like them very much! Please do be careful tho!

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Looking forwards to seeing some new horse photos. You really have a good eye for photography.
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well I enjoyed them!

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