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Old Oct 20, 2014, 7:22 PM   #11
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I love the Nik plugins! But I have to admit I have not had very good with the Silver EFX as opposed to Viveza and the NR software, etc. Your results show I just have to work with it a bit more.
I like also Nik Software but I use it very conservative, I noticed when you apply strong settings it add so much noise to the final result.

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Very nice Marcelo. I do not have the disposition to be pointing a camera at strangers on the street so this is a category of photography you'll never see me posting images, other than the odd file from time to time I can get away with capturing from some distance at the long-end of a lens like the 75-300
I never point my camera to a stranger with out his/her authorization, it is not right.




The long zooms are nice to "steal" some portraits or street scenes.



I noticed some people want to be photographed when you have a big, nice camera so I just take advantage of it :-)


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Marcello, in your hands I think any lens is good. :-)
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James, thank you so much for that generous commentary.
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Marcello, in your hands I think any lens is good. :-)
Well stated by James. I agree with that.
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Well stated by James. I agree with that.
Thank you so much Steven, I really appreciate it.
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Love these pics! Nice to see the Bokeh in these as apposed to the shots you did of NYC in the "LIC and 45mm". Can't wait for my gear to arrive!
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Marcello, in your hands I think any lens is good. :-)
There is some people on this planet who can make nice shot with any lenses (and probably cameras) ... Marcello is one of them
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Love these pics! Nice to see the Bokeh in these as apposed to the shots you did of NYC in the "LIC and 45mm". Can't wait for my gear to arrive!
Thank you, enjoy your new gear and share your pictures with us.

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There is some people on this planet who can make nice shot with any lenses (and probably cameras) ... Marcello is one of them
Thank you so much Giles.
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There is some people on this planet who can make nice shot with any lenses (and probably cameras) ... Marcello is one of them
that's for sure
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that's for sure
Thank you so much for the kind words guys, I really appreciate it.

I'm glad you enjoy my pictures and that is the purpose of it, but I think everyone in this forum deserve recognition for their great pictures.
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