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post #16 of 1782
My gallery on photo.net:
http://www.photo.net/photos/raul.saavedra
post #17 of 1782
Me (heh)

Friend


Seattle


post #18 of 1782
Now I want to go out and buy a camera...

This site is making me spend money again!!!
post #19 of 1782
Hmmmm...time for a new desktop background.
post #20 of 1782
I love that half dome pic, but seriously all the stuff in here is really really good
post #21 of 1782
Wakeride, where did you go on your honeymoon, that just looks so beautiful?
post #22 of 1782
Quote:
Originally Posted by flecom

Ok... I know I've seen this one somewhere else on the web...

Fred Miranda or Photography-on-the-net's Canon Digital Photography Forums?
post #23 of 1782
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by YamiTenshi
Now I want to go out and buy a camera...

This site is making me spend money again!!!
Yes. You know you want a DSLR.
post #24 of 1782
Quote:
Originally Posted by ScubaSteve87
I love that half dome pic, but seriously all the stuff in here is really really good
If you're talking about my half dome pic, its a shot of the Michigan state capital building looking up. It was hard to grab as much as I could of it, so I just tried to make an interesting "framing" of it. I can't remember if I used flash or not.

Edit: Quick check in Photoshop Elements, nope, no flash.
post #25 of 1782
Quote:
Originally Posted by XxATOLxX
Yes. You know you want a DSLR.
*Sigh* Off to dpreview.com again...

Curse you all!!!
post #26 of 1782
Here is a photo.
post #27 of 1782
Here's two I took today. Went to a Native Indian festival...






Just took this one about an hour ago...




M-O-O-N... that spells moon!
post #28 of 1782
Great moon shot!! What camera and lense are you using?

In the attributes I see 200mm lens? You get that close with a 200mm?? Or is it a crop of the full image?
post #29 of 1782
Canon Rebel XT...

Lens was a Canon 70-200 F/4.0L. L lenses are the way to go!

I didn't have my tripod with me so I perched it on the mailbox outside. Shot it at ISO100 in M mode I believe.
post #30 of 1782
Thread Starter 
I was in the backyard today and took pics. I'm still using the 18-55 kit lens, its an ok lens, but I'd like to get a Sigma 55-200 soon.







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