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Old Apr 7, 2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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Old Apr 9, 2012, 7:41 AM   #2
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Very nice Gary. I think I actually prefer #1. A wider array of droplets and the blade really stands out against the background.
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Very nice Gary. I think I actually prefer #1. A wider array of droplets and the blade really stands out against the background.
Thanks, Steve. Product of the new Sigma.
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really good shots Gary, impressive how those water drops looks on your pictures.
This is with only the lens of combination with the EX-25?
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really good shots Gary, impressive how those water drops looks on your pictures.
This is with only the lens of combination with the EX-25?
Thanks, Lordje. This is with the Sigma 18-50mm. No EX-25.
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Love both of these Gary - Only thing I would do is select the background only and knock out the noise and make the Bookah smooth and creamy!

I would not mess with the leaf or the water droplets....they are fine and you wouldn't want to loose any detail and crispness...

Wonderful shots and you are going to really enjoy that lens...

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