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Faizal 20-May-2008 06:11
Hi David! Faizal here. We met at the Eastin Hotel. It was great meeting another fellow Nikonian and sharing experience. Saw your Europe pics. All I can say was, I wish I was already a photographer when I was there over 7 years back. Anyway keep in touch dude! Who knows someday I might go to you for tutoring! You know the saying, in photography... you can never learn enough!
Dave 15-Dec-2007 21:57
thanks for all the info you have collected. I have looking to break into the dslr world, but keep getting stuck between teh Xti and the D80. Your reviews, tidbits, and other links have really been great. I was totally going to get an Xti, but now I am seriously thinking D80. Happy Holidays

Dave
Boston, MA
Guest 27-Jun-2007 13:31
One of the best photo collections here.
Myo14-Dec-2006 06:06
Thanks for all your work with an informative web page.
Love your macro work.
flowsnow16-Nov-2006 04:45
You are a talented photographer. I like your pictures. They are so beautiful. keep up the good work and keep shooting. glad you are having fun being a father to your twin gals.
Guest 30-Sep-2006 16:15
Hi David - I'm coming to KL in a few days time and wanted to check out the rpices there for the Pentax K10D. Any ideas for just the body, as I have two lenses from my old Pentax 35mm SLR, both bought about 6-7 years ago. Would they work on the K10D, do you happen to know? Looks like a very cool camera.

Keep up the good work,
Jon
Pedro Esteban 23-Aug-2006 16:20
David,
Thanks for the kind compliments on my Lenine gallery!
Feel free to link the gallery!
Best regards,
Pedro Esteban
Luis 25-Jun-2006 18:49
HiDave,Love your galleries.I want to buy a slr camera but cant decide between nikon d50 or nikon d70, which one do you recomend.Need help..
Will Hall 21-Jun-2006 12:27
Please include my Afghanistan photos made on a D70.

www.ooshan.com

Thanks
pwdiqw@gmail.com 23-May-2006 15:39
Enjoyed ur work. Susi
Bharat 23-May-2006 07:12
Hi Dave,
Pleae include this URL on India.
Amazing Pics by Suchit Nanda
http://suchitnanda.smugmug.com/
Amazing Pics by vinay
http://pbase.com/vinaymala2000

They both are avid nikon d70 shooters and hobbyist photographer.

Thanks
John Schofield 12-May-2006 21:26
Hi Dave, Really liked your gallery. I've just recently purchased a Nikon D200 and a Metz 45 CL-4 digital Flash Gun to go with it. I wondered if you have any experience of this type of flash and camera David , and could give me any tips, books or web pages for getting the best out of this set up.
I've always been interested in photography but have had a Minolta X-700 for years and it was time to up grade to a better camera and a digital set up. After 30 years doing design in the leather industry our factory will be shuting later in the year, so I'll become redundant. I've therefore decided to get a part time job and also set up doing photography and photographic restoration. Hopefully contributing to my income and eventually having a stand alone business. So any help I can get about using the metz with my D200 would be gratefully accepted.
Keep shooting great pictures and good luck to you and the family.

Cheers John ( North of England UK )
Mary 02-Mar-2006 16:53
Enjoyed your Grand Canel info and photos so much!
I have just begun to look at your articles. Thanks so much!
Jeff Cochran03-Jan-2006 15:10
Interesting galleries, nice job.
francis schwaller31-Dec-2005 19:06

Regard Francis and Happyhttp://www.pbase.com/franzschwaller/image/54187814
Simon Saw 12-Dec-2005 11:55
Hi David, fantastic pictures!Do you think it is possilbe for me to use one of yr pictures? It is DSC_2912.jpg. This pic was taken of my boat at the F1 Powerboat World C'ship GP at Putrajaya.
Thanks in advance and good luck!
Richard Haas 24-Nov-2005 15:25
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Guest 31-Oct-2005 19:21
Hi David, just wanted to stop in and say thanks for adding my gallery to your links. Your galleries are awesome! Your macros are sweet..
Guest 07-Oct-2005 08:33
I enjoyed your gallery, with the mix of excellent images and links to photography literature. Keep them coming!
Rosmini
Bob Williams 17-Sep-2005 16:35
David I'm not a member of the forum only an observer. You have shown fantastic skills in explaining the working of the D70 which I have had since Jan of 05. I would like to say that I have gleaned a large amount of knowledge from your website compulations you posted.Also your pictures are outstanding and beautiful. I'm 80 yrs of age but am trying to grasp this new mediam of Digital. Taken film pictures for many years but this is a different situation. Blessing to you and your family (I saw those Christmas pix also.
Guest 17-Aug-2005 01:42
Hi David,

Excellent stuff. Can you post your lens collection? Just curious :)

Ratmeh
Simon 01-Aug-2005 05:59
Very nice pics!
Erina & Jonathan04-Jul-2005 03:36
i love those macro photo you took. very nice..!
Guest 29-Jun-2005 12:37
hi

nice homepage you've got!
keep up the good work

greetings,
selena
http://selena.be.tt
Nuttakorn 04-Jun-2005 05:13
Very Nice David Chin's Gallery. I like them. Don't miss to visit our website. If you would get the low rates of any hotels in the top destinations that you would go, just visit our website :http://www.hotelsguru.com , if you go there and cannot see the destination that you want, please mail me to get the price and information through e-mail.
Kellie 16-May-2005 08:50
hubby, good work!
Guest 11-May-2005 14:42
ooops
http://www.pbase.com/rl1323/moab05

slip of the dyslexic finger there.
Guest 11-May-2005 14:41
This is a really nice page of links. Thank you for taking the time to create it. I am impressed with what other people are doing with their D70s. I just took mine to the SE Utah desert and found lots to look at. What really impressed me was how well the camera held up under very difficult (backpacking in the rain for 4 days) conditions. The pictures are here.
LoneRanger 30-Mar-2005 13:05
Just to drop a link :http://www.studiotraffic.com/index.php?refid=130463 . tq.
Peter Chou13-Feb-2005 16:17
Love your macros! Do keep them coming!
Guest 12-Nov-2004 17:08
I really like your style. nice variety of images.
great work!
Très belle gallerie avec beaucoup de variété
En fantastisk samling, mycket vackert.
Wundervolle Bilder.

Harald
MGlennn 10-Oct-2004 14:08
Great gallery David...we miss you in the forum... :-) M
bernsquick24-Sep-2004 19:37
You site is not only a showcase of GOOD Photos but a learning site too....

Thanks for the tons for Techniques....

Bernie
Hutch 14-Sep-2004 08:28
Good job keep it up.
Please visit our websitehttp://www.hotels2thailand.com : Thailand Hotels Reservation
F García Robles06-Sep-2004 20:57
Maravilloso trabajo
saludos desde España
www.pbase.com/fgrsgcr
mazween 05-Sep-2004 00:31
I’ve been to all over places in Malaysia. Definitely, it is quite wonderful time to have a vacation in Malaysia. But the only problem is about the hotel-bed in Malaysia which is QUITE BAD and do not fit to the standard quality of international requirement. Malaysian beds are VERY FIRM AND HARD (e.g DON’T HAVE SPRING-DIVAN or BOX-SPRING) like in the US and Europe. That's why SOME people from US/EUROPE/AUSTRALIA and some other part in the world, to some extent feel discourage and do not enjoy coming to Malaysia compared to Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia (which offer plush-soft-springy comfort bed). For your kind info, Most of American, European, and Australian love springy, soft & bouncy spring-bed rather than firm and hard bed which lack of resiliency and softness.

Regards,
-Miss Mazween and Shaharliza, Tourist Dept. Singapore
Heather Hartkamp 12-Aug-2004 06:56
David, I too have just traded my Coolpix 4300 for a 5400 and, like you, was awed by the complexity. However, several 100 shots later I am becoming less intimidated. My sea, beach and misc outdoor shots have been better than my 4300 in colour and sharpness (the sunset mode is really good). I am now experimenting with BW and closer shots of my family and anything else that stays still long enough. I am only having problems with the P setting when I take photos of children - flash remains off but the resulting photos are blurry if the child or baby moves. Any tips?

I love your blog. Heather
Jefferson Linck07-Jul-2004 11:56
David, I truly am awed by your way of seeing. Very good pictures, especially the macro stuff and scenics. Many thinks -- Jefferson Linck
Guest 04-May-2004 19:33
David,

I have enjoyed your pictures immensely as well as your comments in dpreview. Also I wanted to thank you for all your hard work on the D70 techniques and care pages. I constantly find myself refering to them to answer questions that arise as I continue to use this camera. I tried once to thank you in dpreview but the threads just move too fast.

Please keep up the good work.

Keith
brandon 24-Mar-2004 06:51
Hi David,
I love the shots you've posted in your galleries. I am a Malaysian (PJ boy) who's somehow spent a few more years in the States than he initially planned to. It's nice to see pictures of home and get nostalgic. On the photography front, I've just put in an order for the D70, even though a lot of naysayers have condemned its performance in certain measures. I've had a Minolta Dimage 7i for over a year and a half now, but its slow autofocus and poor low-light performance have been crippling. It'll be nice to feel an SLR body in my hands again. Hopefully, I'll be able to improve my photography and consistently take good photos. How long have you been into photography? Which part of Malaysia are you from? Please write if you have the time. Till then, take care.

brandon..
Wayland Chan 26-Feb-2004 06:14
I have to must say...your albums bring back alot of warm memories as my wife and I took a very similar trip for our honeymoon.

While in Thailand we visited Pattaya and Bangkok. Then off to Malaysia where we stayed at a resort in Langkawi before stopping for a couple of days in Kuala Lumpar. The Twin Towers shot was familiar as we stayed at the Mandarin Oriental right beside there.

Might even venture back to Thailand later this year as it's almost a second home for my wife. Beautiful temples, great landscapes and amazing seafood. :)

Amazing trip, wish I had the talent to capture it on film as well as you did.
Guest 07-Nov-2003 09:04
çHi David
the frist let me say congratulate for you and your wife for select my country for honnymoon.
how you enjoy? i see you go many place and very far.
i know you late if not can help you more. ok ! next time will have.
you are neighbor friend
bye janny
www.pbase .com / jaruwan
Fabio 03-Nov-2003 01:13
David:
Just had to say it:
You have your eyes on this world... I enjoy your pictures, what a wonderful time I just did. Thank you for shear your work.
hawaiiguy 18-Jun-2003 09:31
Hey i just wanted to say that your pics are awesome! I just got my CP4500. After seeing your gallery, I'm even more convinced about my purchase. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing your gallery!
Richard Young13-Jun-2003 16:15
David,
Your Penang Sunset and KL Towers shots are great! Having only visited Jahor once, I could see how beautiful the rest of Malaysia is. Enjoyed your MISC gallery.
Richard
New York City
Cypher356 31-Oct-2002 00:48
Greetings Mr. DL MH Chin,
Just thought I drop in a comment as the very first visitor to your "dismal" website (just kiddin'). Anyway, I am impressed. I am sure Italy is one heck of a country-heh?

It's been a while but I am back. drop me a line sometime (you know how to reach me). 'til then, take care.