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I was a regular at Chesterfields, later Boarhouse, Jacko's bar at casino Moscow, Zepplin, Titanic... loved the places, my second homes, I'll copy some of the photos to Marty. Nick Shaw
Hi.... like your photos so much..... you are really great photographer..... im an artist and i paint on canvas. I hope we can be good friends.
I guess you are a ''RICH'' person coz you are equipment are so expensive )))
what is your occupation in Moscow?
I think you're on a whole different level than a lot other people.
I really envy your pictures.
Thank you very much Ed for your comment for "Busy street", I appreciate it a lot.
Are you still using the Kodak DCS560 or have you go over to the 1D now. I am still using both a DCS620 and 520 plus a 10D, but my preferance is the 620 despite the lower MP. Some good shots in your 2005 gallery. Ian
Hi Ed, The Nikkor 400/3.5 is a good lens,and does well. Focusing is surprisingly fast and easy and the lens works wonderfully on a monopod,and can be shot hand-held for short periods of time also. www.cameraquest.com sells the N-EOS adapter which allows Nikon lenses to be used on Canon EOS bodies. The 400/3.5 would be a good lens to use with your 10D or your Kodak D-SLR. I hope you get the lens soon and enjoy it immensely. Lovely Masha galleries you have. It's so wonderful to see Glastnost and the new freedoms in Russia now. Take care,let me know if there are questions you have! Derrel www.pbase.com/derrel
Hi Ed, thanks for visiting my galleries and thanks also for putting yours up, showing us a slice of life we would not otherwise see. I am also glad to see another linux 64 bit user on pbase ;-) Damon
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Good shots here and there in your galleries. Funny to look at the Moscow pics, all apartment buildings look the same, the same style as in Petersburg.
You have couple of times traveled to Kazakstan/Uzbekistan/Georgia. Haven't you gone to Turkmenistan? Just wondering going to these places hopefully soon, at least Georgia in January.
Wow, you've got some great photo galleries
keep up the good work
Thank you for your comments on my galleries.
You have some very intereting and nice images too!
Interest pictures of interesting places. Congrat!
thanks for your message in my gallery. Yes, I do like the 135/2 very much, and want to use it wheneven I can. wonderful, wonderful lens!
I like your work too, thanks for sharing!
The Chico Project
We came across a photo of yours on pbase.com, and would like to request
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Please email us to get more information.
We will appliciate your response.
The Chico Project
Willem van den Hoed
Great to have stumbled upon your Russian photographs! I love them. They depict a place that I hate AND love so much. And to top that, you take those pictures well! I will be visiting more often! Keep them comming!!
Great Camera - feels a lot more substantial and comfortable than the 10D, a lot cheaper as well (but only 2 megapixels) - it does however have faster (1n class) AF, Spot metering and a 150K shutter actuation lifetime.... it also looks cool!
You have recieved your DCS520 now what do you think of it.
Tony - just viewed your pics - they are great - mine are well just snapshots really :)
Really I'm looking forward to shooting some ice skating :)
Hey, I also really enjoyed seeing your pictures. They dont look like postcards, they look like a regular persons pictures, which gives a much more genuine look at your surroundings. Thanks! Also, that Masha is one pretty girl!
I enjoyed your photographs very much, particularly the ones in your "Travels to Georgia" album. Keep taking them! Photos like yours help people like me (who live on the other side of the world) get an idea of what life is like where you live.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Hi - hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them - ed