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We've posted your Sigma podcast at Imaging Insider
Thank you for taking the time to do this. We also appreciate the assistance from Marci Hait at Matter Communications. BTW, you were excellent and made this podcast very enjoyable.
Wunderschöne Fotos welche Sie gemacht haben!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your stuff here makes me want to go out and take some pictures right now.
Thanks for the comment, Laurence
Hallo H. Matson,
vielen Dank für die wunderschönen Verlobungsbilder von meiner Tochter Nadine.
Wir freuen uns sehr, daß sie mitgefeiert haben und uns diese tollen Bilder
möglich gemacht haben.
I have recently converted to the Sigma/Foveon system from which I am getting excellent results,not up to your brilliant efforts,butI am determined to master these wonderful but at times slightly frustrating cameras(SD 9and10)frustrating only because of my inexperience with them,I seem to discover some new aspect of there capabilities daily.Many thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures,
It was good to meet you in Tenterden, even if I did manage to become 'jarred' by our meeting! ;-))
Some excellent pictures.
Would you please e-mail me, as I have no way of finding your addy?
One of the best galleries on pbase ass well as one of my favorites. Thank you for sharing your vision with us through Sigma's SD10!
All the best,
Many many thanks fore Your excellent pictures.
It was a pleasure to meet you at PMA 2005 - I must say you have sparked my interest in getting serious about panos. Trying to locate a used pano head for my tripod here in Austin, but no luck so far. I am planning a trip home to Colorado soon - plan to shoot the heck outta the mountains in spring time.
Will drop you an email - meanwhile - thanks for the inspiration and information. Hope you like the x64 demo.
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Really nice and sharp Foveon images.......
I have looked at your wonderful pictures of Mont St. Michel. I am planning a trip in Sept and think I would like to stay at the hotel in one your pictures La Vielle Auberge but I cannot find any info on the hotel. Can you help me.
Beautiful. Your images are good for the soul.
It does better at long exposures and ISO 100 or 200. ISO 400 and long exposures is OK. Most important is not to over-expose the shot. I managed to get great night shots with both the SD9 and SD10 by not over exposing and working with the software.
Have a look at the shot of the English Church in Meiringen and the pano of Luzern.
Glorious night shots. How does the SD10 manages noise with long exposures and high isos, Laurence? Would appreciate if you would let me know. I am considering getting one too.
welcome to my web
I come from Taiwan, nice to meet you!!
These are truly beautiful photographs. Glad I found them.
Wonderful images, Laurence.
Truely beautiful photos. Would like to use a couple of them in a painting. Would you please give your permission for me to do so. I am not a professional artist.
I like all your work..., no I LOVE it!!!
P.s. Thank's for all pic's:)
My fav list too....Plus I voted for some of your excellent galleries.
LDM is still one of my very favorite photogs.
I love all your work
lmatson is in my list of favorites. Good work.