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Old Dec 23, 2006, 8:35 PM   #31
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Hello, all,

This is my first post in these forums. I have been the proud owner of a K110D for about two weeks. This is a shot from last weekend. First night shots. It was resized for another forum. Otherwise, straight out of the camera.
Welcome to the Pentax forums irishinmo. Grab a cold one from the fridge and hang out, this is a great place to learn. Oh, and nice night shot.

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Old Dec 23, 2006, 9:06 PM   #32
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OK, I hope multiple entries are acceptable. My unit at my office was in charge of our parade float this year. This was our entry: "Peace on Earth//Blessed Are the Peace Makers." (taken with the K100, F 50mm 1.7) Merry Christmas everyone!

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Old Dec 24, 2006, 4:23 AM   #33
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I see some very nice pictures here.

Mine is taken in a fairytale/amusementpark. I may not show pictures with kids on it, but I managed to take this one apart of the crowd. Forgot to take my "complete waste of time" cd with me!

Happy holidays for all!



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Old Dec 24, 2006, 6:06 AM   #34
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Thanks for the welcome, Tim. Great job on the float.

I agree with Richard that there are some great shots in this thread.

Great idea and excellent execution for the telephoto and the mirror like Christmas ornament.

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Old Dec 24, 2006, 9:19 AM   #35
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Some very nice shots here. I've been waiting for some snow to fall but the weather man is calling for a green Christmas this year so Ill try to shoot something today or tomorrow and post it. I hate having a green Christmas, it's the only time of the year I really enjoy snowy days
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Old Dec 25, 2006, 7:59 PM   #36
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Here's our fireplace on Christmas Eve...note the Ansel Adams print over the fireplace...

God bless, and happy Christmas to all...

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Old Dec 26, 2006, 4:41 PM   #37
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Very pretty scene, Dan.
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Old Dec 26, 2006, 4:51 PM   #38
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very nice, but how come you're not in this photo? whole room can be seen in this bulb but you're not there.

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Greg, I wanted to stay out of sight to avoid being in the picture, so here's how I did it: I used my Sigma 70-300 mm at 300 mm which enabled me to get as far away from the bulb as possible. If you look closely by the couch (settee) in the back of the room, you will notice the tripod and camera. I was concealed behind the couch with a corded remote! Secret's out...Merry Chtistmas!! Jay
You shouldnt have told us, let us break our heads over it a little longer

Very nice one. For me, yours is this months winner...
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Inspired by Monza76's photo earlier. But, not nearly as nice.

I'm not sure what to do for getting rid of the distracting doors and photo frame on the wall, short of cloning them out of the photo.
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You can turn out the lights in the room and shoot in darkness (except the christmas tree, of course). The shake blur isn't an issue in this, or..?

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