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Beautiful work. How about the password to Courtney? Thanks.
Wow, that is great. I'm at a loss of words.
Some true talent here :)
Some really nice work here Dave. "Fire Up Chips!"
CMU Class of '84
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Just been admiring your work.
I have really enjoyed looking at the beautiful images, you are very talented.
DAVE!! Just took a look, LOVE IT!!! =) Your amazing at what you do, and your a very nice guy!! Good luck with everything and keep me posted about the calendar!!!
Dave, the information in your equipment breakdown are really good, which could help me to select my equipment. Thanks for sharing of your experiences.
Dave, I love your fireworks show gallery. It's something that I am still learning how to do it. I know it's not easy to get it well composed. More difficult is that because the chances to shoot is very very rare. You really need to spend time for it. Congratulation and thanks for sharing.
Very interesting. Mike
Dave, thanks for the comments regarding my galleries. Regarding the 70-200, I really like this lens. I find myself using it more and more. I will note that it is NOT as contrasty as my 100-400. I was very surprised by this when I first started using it. I will also let you know that I like contrasty pictures so one of my standard thing to do during RAW conversion is boost the contrast and saturation. In any event I've found the 70-200 a great lens for portraits and all sorts of other uses. I'll be posting another racing gallery from Richmond which was exclusively shot with the 70-200 along with a 1.4 and/or 2.x TC. Very nice results. -- Rob Kircher.
Hey hows it goin? Thanks for the comment. I had a pretty BAD day today but your comment was uplifting. Do I have it written somewhere that I am getting the 300mm f/2.8 IS? Because that's exactly what I am buying this June. I am taking a Sports Photography class over the summer at UCSD which is being taught by the San Diego Union Tribune so I wanted to replace my 300mm f/4 with the f/2.8. I've talked with numerous photographers and they say to get the lens first because it holds its value far longer than the cameras. But thank you for the advice beacuse all is needed when invesing $4,000+ for a camera/lens. I have looked on ebay and I am still a little leary about the risks involved. But yet again I believe the new mark ii "N" stands for "nothing new" so I would rather get the old mark ii (which is out of production, which means I'd have to go through ebay). Anyway I will continue to think about it given I have a couple of months.
Very nice pictures, gear and gallery! Lol I've never seen your gallery before and I must say, our galleries are rather similar! lol. Anyway my email is email@example.com. I will get back to you when I've reached a decision. Thanks for the advice. -Andrew Huse