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Howard Horwich 07-Mar-2008 02:48
Hi

The images of Alaska are just beautiful! Good eye and good post processing
John Boudrot 18-Oct-2007 01:04
Hello,

My family and I will be going to Alaska in July for 17 days. We are excited. Your images are sensational and gave us greater anticipation. You certainly have "quite an eye." I next reviewed your galleries. I usually don't spend too much time viewing other people's work. However, I thoroughly enjoyed viewing your's.

Thanks for sharing,

John
Derrel28-Apr-2007 03:49
Hi Evan,
I picked up a 5D, 24-105 IS, 50/1.4,85/1.8,and 135-L this week,and really wish I had NOT bought the D2x in May of 2005,but had gone for a 5D those two years ago. I'm very amazed at the low-light capture quality and the overly-sensitive ISO ratings. This thing spanks the D2x at 400 ISO and up! I'm glad you're happy with your 5D as well. Liked the jazz convert shots you did. I'm majorly happy with background renderings now that I'm on 35FF again!
Derrel19-Feb-2007 22:41
I saw your recent request for Fuji S5 files was met with a really extreme case of Fuji Fanboi Flaming...geeze...you'd think you'd asked for a first-born son or something. Yeesh. So far, all I see is extremely high NR at elevated ISO's,and still the annoying tendency extremely stair-stepped and fairly strong jaggies on hard edges in real-world scenes. It's amazing that a camera aimed at "professional" use has no solid,compelling sample photos available from the manufacturer's own web site. Maybe someday,eh? Meanwhile....the Nikon D40 is doing great things for many people.
Dave 11-Oct-2006 16:58
Do you ever use a garmin gps with your camera? If so, I'd be interested in how you have it connected, as I'm having trouble getting a d2xs to speak with a garmin 296 gps. Cheers.
Dave.
Derrel07-Jan-2006 05:02
Evan, I think the D200 does a good job under mixed lighting.I simply can NOT agree with Artichoke that the D200 has, "....IQ really isn't what I would be happy with after shooting the S3, particularly regarding color, high ISO noise & dynamic range". I don't agree with that assesment at ALL. If you consider that the S3's high ISO is all off by 2/3 of a stop, you might just as well run Noise Ninja or even Nikon Capture's noise reduction, gain the shutter speed of 2/3 stop, and have MORE resolution from the Nikon's better sensor. D200 looks like a nice camera. I hope to add one later this year! ALways enjoyed your psots!Happy SHooting! Derrel www.pbase/com/derrel


Guest 22-Aug-2005 18:01

Beautiful pictures of your summer hikes --glad I wasn't there!
But did I raise my honorable son to fall off the top of a mountain! Oh Vey!
Da momma
Little jeffie 07-Jun-2005 21:28
Hello
da momma 08-Jul-2004 05:18
I stand in awe.....what talent you have with that camera! Re: house renos I got real tired looking at all the hard work going on at your house. Dont' wear yourself out before your time!