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Old Jun 24, 2005, 11:50 PM   #1
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Today I went to the Parrot Jungle here in Miami with my girlfriend. Had lots of fun, spent 4 hours there and took 198 pictures that I'm keeping, which is the most i've ever kept in one day. Below are my favorite 5, taken with my FZ20:

f/8 1/60" ISO100 44.7mm+ Nikon 6T + Sunpak 383 + Sto-fen OmniBounce


f/5.2 1/500" ISO100 72mm


f/5.6 1/1000" ISO80 10.6mm


f/2.8 1/60" ISO80 10.6mm


f/2.8 1/250" ISO80 72mm


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EDIT: another 7 pictures since you guys liked them so much

f/2.8 1/60" ISO200 35.5mm + Sunpak 383


f/4 1/60" ISO100 43.1mm + Sunpak 383 + Sto-fen OmniBounce


f/8 1/60" ISO80 28.9mm + Sunpak 383 + Sto-Fen OmniBounce


f/4 1/125" ISO80 57.2mm


f/2.8 1/100" ISO80 29.6mm



f/3.7 1/125" ISO80 14.3mm



f/2.8 1/200" ISO80 18.9mm
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Old Jun 24, 2005, 11:58 PM   #2
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G'day Max, enjoyed viewing your photos, I really love the one of the parrot, one can see your reflection in his/her eye, great shot and love the colors too.
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Old Jun 25, 2005, 12:47 AM   #3
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Really like the constrictor and the bird.Like what you're trying to accomplish with the angled shot of the goats, but the b&w makes it hard on my monitor to differentiate one animal from the other.
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Old Jun 25, 2005, 1:41 AM   #4
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Is this an IQ test? I'll take #4.
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Old Jun 25, 2005, 5:52 AM   #5
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All great Photos except for the Macaw and the Emerald Boa, which are evenmore than great.

Outstanding job with your FZ20. Congratulations.
Don't you have more pics of this Florida series on-line?

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Old Jun 25, 2005, 8:16 AM   #6
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thanks for your commentsi do have a lot more pictures but nowhere to host them, that's whyi only posted 5 cause it takes way too much time with imageshack having to go one by one
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Old Jun 25, 2005, 8:33 AM   #7
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thanks for your commentsi do have a lot more pictures but nowhere to host them, that's whyi only posted 5 cause it takes way too much time with imageshack having to go one by one
Max, you could easily reduce the size of these down to 50-80k and then use Simpleviewer to quicklyput together organized photo albumson your own website. I found this to be my own quick solution and it works nicely.
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file size is not a problem, i'm on 1.5Mbps ADSL, problem is webspace, which I don't have anymore. Don't worry though, I picked out some more pictures and later today I'll work on uploading them and posting them here:!:
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Max_Pain wrote:
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file size is not a problem, i'm on 1.5Mbps ADSL, problem is webspace, which I don't have anymore. Don't worry though, I picked out some more pictures and later today I'll work on uploading them and posting them here:!:
I was referring to fize size, not in terms of transfer time, but in terms of webspace. Smaller pics means more pics online, even with little webspace. Bellsouth gives me only 10MB of webspace, but you throw up a light framework and Simpleviewer and you got something usable. You could use your existing website and have plenty of space.

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I like the Hyacinth Macaw - great detail in the full size pic. I bet the Green Wing in the background would make a great subject too some day.
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