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Old Mar 21, 2006, 4:25 AM   #11
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I think the two most important questions are not answered:

1. What are the tester's qualifikations?

2. Who paied for that test?

I think: Most of those tests are not even worth to read them :roll:
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Old Mar 21, 2006, 4:37 AM   #12
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OTT...Sorry

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Did you get my message about the SG1? PM on 19/03/06.

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Old Mar 24, 2006, 5:18 PM   #13
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the reveiwer like that just look at hype then how good the camera is. i have the DL for a while and i love this camera. my pictures taken with the camera have gotton good reveiws.here is one i taken of a cajun house poorch
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the reveiwer like that just look at hype then how good the camera is. i have the DL for a while and i love this camera. my pictures taken with the camera have gotton good reveiws.here is one i taken of a cajun house poorch
awww
reminds me of home
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robar wrote:
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Andre_L wrote:
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the reveiwer like that just look at hype then how good the camera is. i have the DL for a while and i love this camera. my pictures taken with the camera have gotton good reveiws.here is one i taken of a cajun house poorch
awww
reminds me of home
Doesn't remind me of home at all, but makes me wanna go there and sit in the rocking chair, having long lazyconversations with the family, enjoying the smell of the stew on the stove searching its way out through the open window...

To me this is what photography is all about. Give those who weren't there an idea of how it looks and getting their imagination started... Thanks Andre!

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not much 'stew' in S.La. , we call it jambalaya.... just kidding.

rritter, great image, i really like the reflections. it takes a good eye to see these.

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To me this is what photography is all about. Give those who weren't there an idea of how it looks and getting their imagination started... Thanks Andre!

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Thank you for these words, I needed to hear them- its what had made photography with my old Sony F717 so much fun. I got away from that when I bought the Panasonic, trying to take the "perfect" picture and getting more and more frustrated. I've been getting back to that with the Pentax, looking at my surroundings differently, noticing little things, and taking a series where at the end of it, you know what itFEELS like to be there. It's SO much more fun!
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not much 'stew' in S.La. , we call it jambalaya.... just kidding.

Call it whatever you want, as long as it smells as wonderful as in Andres picture! :G

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