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Casio Exilim Z55

One of the reasons I would love to go to Germany! Not to mention the World Cup is around the corner
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Casio Exilim Z55

Another shot of the same place:

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post #163 of 264
And another one for good measure:



By the way bka77,that first shot is great. I didnt get to go into the hall when I was there so only saw the view from above, not below.
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post #164 of 264
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Thank you for your kindness Powerdoc

I too have a Canon 20D like you and I love the camera. The pictures above were taken with it. That camera very very very low noise as you can see in the low lighting situations.

Fellows

Damnit I didn't notice your pics where taken with a 20 D, dispite the typical low noise and silky smooth aspect of your pics.

here one pic for you. It's called a Gloria

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I like that show Powerdoc.



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Kinda' boring shot, but I just got a new camera yesterday and I'm still figuring out the settings.


Taken with a Sony DSC-W7. Would've gotten better results with a tripod instead of sitting on my bike, but I'm amazed at how big these shots are.
Going from a 2 MP that I bought in 1998 to this 7 MP is taking some getting used too.
Here's a piece of the pic at original size (3072x2304):
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I like that show Powerdoc.



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nice pic : UNO ?
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Originally posted by Cake
Kinda' boring shot, but I just got a new camera yesterday and I'm still figuring out the settings.


...what a small world - I was just there this afternoon
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I like the reflection off that shiny metal thing in the lower right corner of the pic.
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All the Berlin pictures reminds me I am going to Berlin in a 10 days. Its been ages ago (well only 6 months but last year I went there 6 times).

I am taking my parents with me for the second time. Can´t wait to show them all the gems we didn´t cover last time
"I reject your reality and substitute it with my own" - President Bush
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post #171 of 264
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...what a small world - I was just there this afternoon

That's my 'hood!
It's a great little town to live and work in.

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I like the reflection off that shiny metal thing in the lower right corner of the pic.

Actually, that's painted on to look like a reflection.
post #172 of 264
Sort of going with the recent news...

St. Pauls in London

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Carmen (right, the winner of the Swiss talend Show MusicStar (the same as StarMania, Popstar, American Idol etc) acts as vocal coach while recording a charity song for handicapped children (still capture of video).

May not be the best pic I ever took, but I had tears in my eyes while taking it.
post #174 of 264
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One of the reasons I would love to go to Germany! Not to mention the World Cup is around the corner

One of my older friends has four tickets to both the semis and finals. Alas, they're for his fam.
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One of my older friends has four tickets to both the semis and finals. Alas, they're for his fam.

...(drooling)
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Lots of nice images in this thread. Makes we want to get out with my camera!





EOS3
f 5.6 at about 1/500
600 mm
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I don't exactly know why, but I really dig this picture of Miss Holly. It was a fun night anyway...........
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nice pic : UNO ?

I'm not sure what you mean doc?
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I'm leaving for Bangkok and Phuket tomorrow, with my underwater camera housing in tow. It's my first real chance to test my digital camera underwater. Too bad my girlfriend doesn't let me share any pictures of her. Maybe I'll have some scenery shots to share. I'll be looking out for some good sunsets.
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Lots of nice images in this thread. Makes we want to get out with my camera!




EOS3
f 5.6 at about 1/500
600 mm

Nice Snap...
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A trio from yesterday's visit to the Tulip Festival:



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I like how the first two, when stacked up, look like there is a field of 300 foot tulips in the background Nightmarishly huge...


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A trio from yesterday's visit to the Tulip Festival:



"The Roots of Violence: wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, commerce without morality, science without humanity, worship without sacrifice, politics...
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post #184 of 264
Here's one off of highway 180 outside of Flagstaff Arizona... Got my truck stuck in the snow on this trip.

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post #185 of 264
Here's one for the "Touching is Good" contest, but I can't figure how to get the URL for the large version on flickr...

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Pic I took again with my DSC-P100 Sony. Put it on the SCN setting and the moonlight setting. Set it on a pillar and let it do its stuff

This Saint Malo in Brittany just a few weeks ago. Beautiful place

I'm having deja-vu and amnesia at the same time. I think I've forgotten this before.
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post #187 of 264
Canon Powershot A40. Taken outside my dorm at Hamilton College in early spring.

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post #188 of 264
Maine Road, I love it. Very nice.

ZO, I love the colors. You take very good pictures.
'L'enfer, c'est les autres' - JPS
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post #191 of 264
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Sterile, sterile, sterile and sterile.

Come on boys, iBooks/PowerBooks are not meant for laps!
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post #192 of 264
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. . .

About your signature:

Fuck, I don't think Ballmer has two pairs of clothes.

and

Good lord, why does the richest man in the world have to be so. . . normal. . .
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post #193 of 264
Yeah, really, Ballmer is always wearing that same blue shirt... pit stained every time, I'm sure

Anyway, it is Friday now, so another picture (which the guy second from the right told me to post (I'm on the far right)).

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post #194 of 264
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Originally posted by ZO
Pic I took again with my DSC-P100 Sony. Put it on the SCN setting and the moonlight setting. Set it on a pillar and let it do its stuff

This Saint Malo in Brittany just a few weeks ago. Beautiful place


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link to full res for my desktop?

I second that.
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post #196 of 264
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Yeah, really, Ballmer is always wearing that same blue shirt... pit stained every time, I'm sure

Anyway, it is Friday now, so another picture (which the guy second from the right told me to post (I'm on the far right)).


While browsing your collection, I noticed that you were there at the SouthCenter mini store opening day. Meanwhile, I was waiting in-line as well.
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Haha, small world. Where were you in line? I was around the corner and near the door when it opened, I think.
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I took this on my Sony Cybershot DSC-F77 in April 2004, looking over one of the many reservoirs in Central Park. I can't remember which one or which direction the picture is facing, but maybe a NYC native could say.
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...but Pennsylvania has Intercourse, PA!
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