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You took many pictures of my son playing shortstop at CMS up to 2007. We had some of them made into a calendar by Shutterfly, and to this day people are amazed at the quality of your work. Now that I have viewed your web site, I appreciate more your art work and the vision that you have for the world we live in. Thank you so much. Bob Rollins (Seattle, WA)
Thank you for your great pictures of Athena Softball.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Armando J. Rodriguez, Jr.
Beautiful pictures, captured the emotions, love your work.
On behalf of the parents and players at Claremont McKenna, I want to thank you for all that you have done to make this season a special one. The photos you have taken are beautiful, and we're all deeply grateful that you have preserved some great memories.
Thanks so much for checking out some of my sports images at Wrigley Field. I truly appreciate your kind words. I enjoyed viewing your galleries as well. Keep shooting and enjoying!
We met at Disneyland, I am Destiny's Grandmother. I sure Love All your pictures you are Great!!! I'm also Gabbies Mother-in-law Thanks so much Melodie
Your pictures were very moving. NATURE, how beautifully you capture God's creation's....I loved them all!! Thank you. Marty
P.S. Oh' my God, you capture Destiny's personallity so well. A++
I was just looking at your surfing pictures from what looks like Huntington Pier....nice! I take surf shots also and just ordered a 20D. I'm thinking of getting the Canon 400mm f/5.6, seems like a great value for this focal length. Would you recommend it for surf photography? Some say it's a bit slow (aperture-wise) for sports photography. What do you think?
Thanks. Well you might be right, I see a difference too. The two cameras process images a little different. The 70-200 f4 had a bit of a focus issue when I put it on the 20D, even though the 20D's AF system is supposed to be better. So I took the lens to Canon for calibration and it seems noticeably better now. Also, I don't always use the same routine for post processing so some of it could just be my inconsistent methods.
Gary, your shots of the Nissan and the Challenge are absolutely fantastic. Compositon, and exposure couldn't be better. Congratulations. I only have one question. Is it my imagination, but I find the Rebel with the 70-200 pictures sharper and nicer than with the 20D. Is it just me.
i love your pictures man, they are GREAT!!!!
and the presentation is perfect.
Speaking of the presentation of your pictures, how do you put those frames ? black border on a white sheet with your signature on it...don't you have a photoshop script that i could use to try the same because i love it!!!
if u have time, thanks to let me know on my email adress...
thanks a lot
Beautiful photos gary..I enjoyed viewing them. Derek
Gary I noticed some of your pictures and I recognized some of the people. Tyler for one. Would that happen to be Danny and Lisa in the Martin hockey pictures? How do you know them? It might be easier to just send me an email. By the way very nice pics also.