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Nikon 5700 & 8700 photos
First photos using a Nikon 5700, and then photos using a Nikon 8700.
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Awesome work Mr. B!!! :-)
Fantastic images! Very inspiring to us 5700 owners. Thanks for sharing.
I get depressed every time I see your gallery... ;) Great work!
I love this gallery too.
All your shots look great!
You certainly have a great eye for composition! I loved looking at each and every image!
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Just coming from dpreview to watch your shots. You have very good graphic effect shots here and with high quality. Gongrats. I have a 5700 also and shall get the D 70 next week. Regards.
Your pictures are truly wonderful. Sometimes it isn't always the camera. It's the great photographic eye and knowledge of how to get what you want. The 8700 is by far an improvement over the 5700 in more ways than one. How can you not love the changes Nikon has made because they tried to listen to what you had to say about the 5700? Go for it.
Excellent colour and composition. If you are not a professional, you should be! Many remind me of the best Pete Turner work. Was he an influence? Very impressive. Thanks, too, for the kind comment on my gallery. - Peter
Wonderful Nikon pictures Rob. Very colourful and sharp.
I'll have to try harder with my 5700 now I've seen what can be done.
very good job! especially those two pics of sunset. have a good day, mandy
Very nice work! I'm quite impressed.
Bold colours and interesting clean compositions. Gets my vote!
Wow! Wow! Wow! Awesome gallery. Glad I happened up on it again (I believe I remember you from NTF)... I've been feeling frustrated with my 5700... obviously it's not the cameras fault! :\
Good eye for detail,great gallery
Great eye! Take it from a pro returning to amateur status
Ah, there's some talent behind that great camera. Wonderful pictures.
Nice straight forward elements, there's no question as to what the viewer is supposed to be looking at in the picture.
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