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Congratulations on the IPA awards. Ignore Alan's obtuse comments below. I really think you have a talent for seeing the remarkable in the ordinary with your cameras.
I'll have to check out the specs on the SD14 now as well.
Best wishes Barry
I enjoyed goig thru your Gallery briefly. I'll return when I have more time to review
your great work.
Have a great day!....John
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Your photos are good. I'll be back.
Sorry for the poor shots and not having a SD14.
I've been looking at purchasing one of the new SD14s to see what the hype is about, and was told you had one of the best galleries on PBase.
I'm afraid all I've observed are badly focused, very pedestrian photograps.
Sorry about ruining your day, but someone has to be honest.
Alan J. Crane
Had a chance to view your gallery. Great shots- you've got a great eye...enjoyed walking through your gallery.
Mike Baker (PhotoGenesis)
My wife and I enjoyed viewing all you work!
I just happened to stumble upon your galleries and you've got a wonderful collection of images. I particularly loved your Chicago galleries. I lived in Chicago for 3yrs (2001-04) and your images brought back some very fond memories. Unfortuantely, I was not so much into photography at the time and now wish I had been. You have done a masterful job in capturing the essence of Chicago. Well done and thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing. James from Canada
Love your gallery. I've been sitting on the fence (ouch!) between the Sigma SD10 and either the Canon Rebel XT or 20D...it's portfolios like this that really lean me towards the SD10. Keep up the great work!
All the best,
Enjoyed your gallery Chunsum - pity I have a slow modem connection!
Will come back for more! : )
Thank you for signing my guestbook. I visit DPreview at least once a day :-)
Due to the size limitation in pbase, I put my photos in another place, here is the link:
Any comments are welcomed.
It seems we have many similarities. I used to have a Fuji s602z, and then transferred to Sigma SD10, and I lived in Chicago about 2 years ago!
my gallery is
Its a good idea to wait until the sun has actually set before taking shots. Or alternatively wait until a cloud is in front of the sun, partially covering it. Flower macros need a tripod and a good macro lens. Its something I don't attempt very often (and I have a Canon D60). You may also be restricted by your choice of camera as I see good potential from your images. Your images would show a lot better if you changed your stylesheet to anything but black! There are a couple of sunset and sunrise shots in my gallery if you care to take a look. Keep taking images. Its a good way to learn. Also check the EXIF data of other images.