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Old Aug 23, 2011, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default Shelter Island with my "Old Lady"

Hi everyone,

It is a long time I didn't post any of my pictures, work and multiple occupations are keeping me away from my camera and this forum.

Last week I went to Shelter Island - New York and I took my "Old Lady" with me... I had fun and I spent some time shooting again.

The E1 is just amazing and it is the first time I use the combo 50-200mm + EC-14 with this Osprey and the Lighthouse.


The AF is fast on the E1(with the grip) and I'm impressed of the results.















The view from the hotel is outstanding, a beautiful and quiet place to enjoy the warm weather.


















The sunsets are the best part... the E1 captured it very well.















I know it is just a 5 MP camera but the IQ from the E1 is just amazing.

I hope you enjoy the pictures and have a great day.

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Old Aug 23, 2011, 11:19 PM   #2
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Hum ... I have a huge problems with those shots .... they are all way too good ! I cannot pick the one I like the most

Very good shooting session !

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Old Aug 24, 2011, 7:01 AM   #3
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Marcelo, these are really good. I get a very good sense of the place. #5 is a photo I wouldn't think of taking, and it's very effective - it speaks volumes about what the place is all about.

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Marcelo: an outstanding job, both you and the camera. Great eye for composition, and more proof of what a classic the E-1 has become. Well done!
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You've captured the ambiance and feel of the place. The photos make me want to pay a visit myself. Well done!
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These are all very good, I'm with Gary, wish I was there now
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#7 is great!
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My wife's family is from Shelter Island and we visit there every Summer--beautiful spot. Your images looks so familiar...looks like you stayed at The Pridwin?? My Brother-in Law pilots the ferry between SI and Greenport (North Ferry Company). If you don't mind, let me add to your posting.



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My kind of shots. You've captured a real sense of place here, a feel. I like them a lot.
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Old Aug 24, 2011, 7:55 PM   #10
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Hum ... I have a huge problems with those shots .... they are all way too good ! I cannot pick the one I like the most

Very good shooting session !

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LOL..thank you for your kind words, I'm glad you like it.

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