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Old Feb 17, 2012, 6:18 PM   #11
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Fred, I am - I enjoyed them. BTW, (regarding the other thread) when you edit a post, you can edit the Title by going into the Advanced mode.

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Old Feb 17, 2012, 6:19 PM   #12
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More for your viewing pleasure

First The Canmore Nordic Cerntre with 14-54 MK1 Lens
Remainder with 14-54 MK1 and 40-150 MK2
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Great series of shots Fred. All have spot-on color, focus and contrastand composition.

Excellent use of the E-520. (So glad you were not using a Canikon.)
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Great series of shots Fred. All have spot-on color, focus and contrastand composition.

Excellent use of the E-520. (So glad you were not using a Canikon.)
Thank you Steven, and the support from you and Marcelo the other thread
Man, those Nikon people are touchy
Glad I am with the this Great Oly crowd.
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Thank you Steven, and the support from you and Marcelo the other thread
Man, those Nikon people are touchy
Glad I am with the this Great Oly crowd.

LOL. That is to be expected. I've used Nikon back years ago in the 35mm film days. I currently know a few current Nikon shooters.
(As a long time car nut, sometimes they remind me of the Ferrari sports car crowd. You should see the Ferrari guys whine and cry when a Corvette that costs less than half whips their butts and wins. It is funny to listen to them.)
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Steven, that's an excellent analogy.
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Yeh, but it's still a Ferrari..
But I doubt the Farrari (canicon) could have done better with those shots of yours though.
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Yeh, but it's still a Ferrari..
But I doubt the Farrari (canicon) could have done better with those shots of yours though.

Yes, still a Ferrari, meaning continual electrical problems, high maintenance, and you really need to buy two of them. (One to drive while the other is in the shop. LOL)
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Yes, still a Ferrari, meaning continual electrical problems, high maintenance, and you really need to buy two of them. (One to drive while the other is in the shop. LOL)
And if someone offered you the chance to drive one, you would refuse, right?
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Hey Fred,

You did a great job with those pictures, it is very hard for me to keep the right exposure when I shoot snow.

Thank you for sharing.

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