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Whoa. Nice picture. I did a few like that, a couple years ago:

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I was goofing around with my point & shoot digital, so it's nothing terribly serious. The thing below the headphones is a much-loathed Technics SL-1200 DZ, their ill-conceived foray into the CDJ market.

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Pics from the 8/24/08 HeadRoom & LA/OC Audio Society meet. I know these pics aren't exactly interesting but I wanted to demonstrate something.

1st pic taken by me with the Nikon D80 body and Tamron 17-50 f/2.8.

2nd pic taken by Iron_Dreamer with the Nikon D80 body and one of his lenses. See the work of the better photographer! ;)

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Pics from the 8/24/08 HeadRoom & LA/OC Audio Society meet. I know these pics aren't exactly interesting but I wanted to demonstrate something.

1st pic taken by me with the Nikon D80 body and Tamron 17-50 f/2.8.

2nd pic taken by Iron_Dreamer with the Nikon D80 body and one of his lenses. See the work of the better photographer! ;)

[ig]http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g156/Asrale/LAOC%202008/laoc08_22.jpg

[ig]http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g156/Asrale/LAOC%202008/laoc08_23.jpg

Asr, your pic imo is no better or worse than Dreamer's. You both were visually stimulated by the chandeliers and felt compelled to capture them in you own individual styles. Or am I just reading way too much into your comment.

Besides, the better photographer would have used large, hi-rez, fast black and white film and German glass. ;D

Of course I'm talkin' Contrastique w/ a Hasselblad.

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Asr, your pic imo is no better or worse than Dreamer's. You both were visually stimulated by the chandeliers and felt compelled to capture them in you own individual styles. Or am I just reading way too much into your comment.

Well Iron_Dreamer was better able to zoom in without blurring the shot is more of what I meant. ;)

And two selections from today's sunset. Couldn't decide which I liked better so here's both:

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Well Iron_Dreamer was better able to zoom in without blurring the shot is more of what I meant. ;)

And two selections from today's sunset. Couldn't decide which I liked better so here's both:

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[ig]http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g156/Asrale/Colorado/sunset0826_2.jpg

Yep, read way too much into it. :palm:

Nevermind.

Oh btw , nice sunset pics.

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You and me both Dreamer, I had a great opportunity to do one of those too over the weekend but no tripod made me sad. :(

At the Cave of the Winds near Colorado Springs

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Fun with shutter speed near the CotW entrance

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Inside Cave of the Winds

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Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs

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Dead specimen permanently poised for the ages

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You have some nice surroundings there in The States. I would love to see that myself one day.

Meet my new camera (the one on the right):

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My boyfriend picked up a box from where he had his own photography store before he joined his dad. 2 Rolleicords came along of which this one is in the best condition. I added it to my collection so now I can experiment with 6x6 for real! We have to go there soon coz there all still like 20 boxes left with cameras, 2 Leitz projectors and 2 large format (8x10") cameras, the latter probably not functioning anymore.

Really awesome playing around with that old stuff. Lot's of unfamiliar brands, lot's of solutions to "problems" nobody even wonders about anymore with all these cameras that take care of everything without you having to think about how things work or know when to press the shutter-release button. Long live smile detection nowadays :palm:

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