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Old May 26, 2014, 9:27 AM   #11
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Hi ken,

very interesting shots and I like the B&W conversion.

Looks like you are already familiar with the D600.

Thank you for posting.

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Old May 26, 2014, 11:10 AM   #12
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Hi ken,

very interesting shots and I like the B&W conversion.

Looks like you are already familiar with the D600.

Thank you for posting.

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Thanks Marcelo.
Getting there with 600 but now and then it bites me. I was shooting a house with a client and got this "End of the world error code" I had to run home and find the book. Seemed when I picked the camera up I'd somehow rotated the F stop ring...
It got me on something else but I was already at home. Getting ready for long exposures of the Meteor storm....The one that was clouded out..

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I like the fact you posted these in B&W. Gives a better sense of age.
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Very good pictures you made Ken, I see now you also did swap to Nikon, how was the learning curve for handling the D600?
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Had a wee play with a D800 and the D600 again... too hard to resist.. have to say Nikon's ergonomics and in hand feel, seem to be as good as Olys. I tried a 5DMK3 .. and it just didn't feel right... may be its just me.

Ken .. were due some more pics mate .. real estate stuff would be cool as well !
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I just ordered a Nikon D800 :-), but still have to wait for 6-8 days to arrive.

Hartj, I found a mega webshop with really very good prices.
If you want the url give me sign.
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These boats were on the Reservation at La Conner for the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. The fishing and crabbing has tapered off into money making casinos.
I was thinking that looked a lot like the boats I saw at LaConner years & years ago when I was out that way...

I see you're from Camano Island. I love the state park campground, I spent many a year camping there... I haven't been back to the US in over 7 years... The gong show involved in getting a passport in Canada, makes leaving Canada not worth it.. My sister said she paid almost $200. for her Passport last time she renewed it..
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