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stunning! Made us remember our trip to Yosemite when we were younger!
Your images are really so very good...wow. You made a comment in my gallery... I just noticed for my images to "lighten up" thanks for the input. I guess u r right...heard that before...my screen is so bright...and heard so much about blown highlights... maybe it's time to move ahead. thanks for the words. Your images rock ! ps. what do you shoot with?
Yes she really is a stunning beauty. Thanks for the kind comments on my works. The Faire was really sun to shoot - great colors and people!
Many thanks for your nice comments on my images...
You do have a great vision taking the people's picture and captured their expression and good moments on the event photos.
Hi nelson, no ! a mixture of 1Ds 5D & 10D. Thanks for the comments
Thanks for your visit and good comments.
Thanks so much for your comments! How are you? I am in China right now, and didn't get chance to shot much.
Regarding the reason of using 20d instead 1d2 for the Butterfly Lover performance, i was trying to be low profile. :) With 1d2, I should have done better.
One of the best photo collections here.
Fantastic Pictures! all very colorfull and SHARP! a joy to view.
You have so beautifuly photos in yours portfolio...Excellent my friend...Excellent work...Greetings from Montenegro...I will come back with pleasure...
I wish you a Happy New Year.
Ah, my favorite pic from your Italy trip (which I loved browsing) is your profile shot!
Nelson, really appreciated the thought you put into those pictures, giving me a
Fresh look on places now somewhat familiar to me. Will be back to check out the
other ones at
. FINE work !
Your galleries are awesome....this is one of the listed favorites in my daily web browsing. I am a newbie in digital slr, in fact, i just got a 30D few weeks ago and still learning very hard in using it.
Good work man!!!
It was a real pleasure visiting your galleries!
Thanks for the comment on my gallery. The stuff you were talking about are just variations on the image it helps me pickup images by name when I am uploading.
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Thanks. Yes you can set the owner name with the Canon software that came with your 20D. Take a look at your EOS Digital Software manual page W-50 if you are using Windows or M-50 if you are using MacOS.
Great photos - I have a new canon 20 d and am wondering how do I set up my camera so that when I look at the file info - it shows that I am the owner/photographer of the pictures. Can this be set in the camera, or do I need to do this to each photo in processing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
thanks Nelson for you compliments! And here is my findings regarding the 300/2.8IS. Yes, it is heavy, and I do use it with a monopod often, but I can handhold it for a while when needed without problem. The IS is very effective, to me, it is as effective as 70-200 IS. Indeed a wonderful lens!
btw, I really like your renaissance photos - that first prize winner photos is truly amazing. Love your other work too, best.
And the lenses - I use an EF 28-135, EF-S 10-22 and EF-S 18-55. Plus my small G3 camera:)
Thanks for commenting on my photos Nelson - I'm glad I visited your gallery, you know your stuff! Some nice colours and depth-of-field play in your work. Regards, Gediminas
P.S. To answer your question, I almost exclusively shoot handheld - there were just a couple night shots of Hong Kong from a tripod.
Thanks for your comments on my Carnaval Del Pueblo Gallery.
The Lens I used here was a Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC Zoom. It's equivilant to a 28-300mm lens on a 35mm SLR.