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@Dr. J. Saric:
I have read with pleasure your comment on my galleries.
Thank you very much.
Dr. J. Saric
Lady, I can say only one word - BEAUTIFUL:-) You are real master. Congratulation!
Ed, I have sent you a mail concerning your question.
Wow, you gave us a very good representation of the different scenes. I was wondering if the IstD images can be enlarged (what maximum size) and have it paint enhanced by an artist. I want to create my personal gallery similar to Kinkade's art gallery. I was wondering if the Ist D can produce these images for enlargement, enhancement and suitable for framing and display. Thank for your fast reply. Ed
Thanks, boscodamus. Nice to hear from you again.
With a big smile I am reading that I influenced your decision in favour of the *ist D a little bit and moreover, that you are happy with this cam. If sometime you would give me the opportunity to have a look at your pictures ... I would appreciate it very much.
31 Pentax SMC lenses is a really something. If you have any further recommendations for me, let me know ;-). As concerns the F 70-210, I am very satisfied with it and would never trade it up. At the moment I take every opportunity I get to make shots with my latest purchase, the Pentax SMC A* 135 mm/1.8. Also, a very good and high-quality lens, working fine on the *ist D, also with the 1.7 AF Adapter which seems to be a very useful little thing ...
Regards for today, Gaby.
Great little collection! I had been using an MZ-S and a PZ1P with my 31 Pentax SMC lenses but was holding off on the *istD because I was suspicious of the image quality. Your fantastic Canary Island collection sold me. So I have the istD about 2 weeks now and I'm making great pictures. Thanks!!! :-))) Incidentally, the F 70 - 210mm zoom you have is a legendary lens. Don't ever "trade up" to the FA version which is not so good.
... and provide me with some nice little
Limited Lenses. A good idea, indead ;-).
Thank you very much for your comment.
Wonderful work. Pentax *ist D should sign up you for promotion.
Thanks for your visit Dennis.
I am indeed very positively surprised with
the results of the *ist D pics and this with
the new Pentax lenses, but also with some old
ones, like the SMC F 70-210.
I also have a 50 mm/1.7 which I like very much.
Some portraits will follow within short.
Great picuture ! and I bookmark it.
Pentax lens preform good with Sony CCD.
I use MZ-3, Pentax67II with old lens, only a 50mm Pentax lens. As EOS be the leader of digital, I worry about how to mount my lens system to Canon.
Your picture let me have more confidence in Pentax digital.
If you have portirat, please post some.
Thanks a lot for your comment, Ashish.
I appreciate your positive feedback
Love the pics. Colors. Details are very nice. Great job.
Parham, I was more than happy and very very proud when I read your comment on my red flower macro,
being aware of the fact that you have seen a great variety of *ist D shots so far.
The description of your reaction after having installed it as a screensaver
brought a big and happy smile onto my face, which has lasted the whole day.
By the way, you should see the phantastically sharp print of that one.
Thank you again.
Gaby, I think your red flower macro has to be my favorite *ist D shot from all those I've seen so far. It is the third picture from left on the first page of this gallery. I was trying it out as a screensaver today and I was unconsciously whispering ooohs and aaahs to myself!
I have recently discovered my preference
for shots like these and I am always hurrying
after work to catch a little bit of "blue hour",
if ever possible.
Sometimes, though, I am late ;-).
Great pictures! I like your night shots and would like mine to be a little like this.
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