Winter Beach

Discussion in 'Heavenly Visions & Echoes' started by Falstaff, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. Falstaff

    Falstaff Old Codger

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    perfect title for the picture jeff. & great shot bty.
    wishe i could remeber how to upload, my wife got some great pics of a awsome sunset the other day.:)
     
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    what kind of camera is it?
     
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    canon eos rebel xti
     
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    EOS 400D for those who aren't in N-America ;)
     
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    lovely camera, with my 40D I see no reason to upgrade to the 50D..
    I mean..both the 450 and 40D are awesome.
    I am certain that the Nikon equivalent is a good product, but cannot justify the cost vs what I already have, etc.
    Canon rules!!!!
     
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    i got a phg deal for my wife last year. & a canon pixma 5000 photo printer. while my hp 7310x1 prints ok photos there is no comparison to the canon.
    my wife really likes her camera. as soon as we get ahead $$ wise im going to pay for her to take a cpl of photo classes. we both nubes & dont really know how to get full benefit from camera. though it does a great job all on its own lol.
     
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    Niiiice Jeff :]
     
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    Thanx Mousey and Mke

    I wish I could master BW much better, I buy the trade mags and read about techniques, but it is all up to the person pointing and shooting and luck I guess.
    I hope to do a bit more, and perfect some kind of technique.

    Cheers. :)
     
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    Great picture as always Falstaff, stop having like 20 cameras though!! :(
     
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    Forget what kind of camera that is... WHERE is that?!
     
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    I think I used my 40 or 30 D, if I recall I took raw and jpg images but I liked this one, even with the grain, etc. Hunstanton sometimes seem like such a lonely place, until you hear the sea birds, the waves and watch the families walking the tide line looking for shells. Its beautiful.
     

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