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07/03/2012 12:38pm

This is awesome. I am so proud of your accomplishment. I look forward to checking back often to see all of the great photos you take. Thanks for being such a great inspiration for living life to its fullest!

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Dr. Buick
01/14/2013 1:46am

My life as a “photo enthusiast” OR “I use”
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1. I use the AF-ON back button to focus by setting a4 in the Custom Settings Menu to AF-ON only. The shutter release button activates only exposure.
2. I use ISO set to 100 unless I need more.
3. I use Aperture Priority Mode (“A”) unless I need to capture fast moving subjects. Then “S” with the shutter speed set to at least the reciprocal of the focal length or faster e.g. (1/200sec at 200mm). Sometimes “M” using live-view magnified with a Carry Speed light shield and the camera viewfinder closed.
4. I use a tripod and with a remote, or “Q” the 2-second delayed shutter release mode, if the subject allows. Hand-held is a challenge.
5. I use a very expensive 70-200mm f/2.8, or the 16-35mm f/4 for landscapes and other wide-angle compositions. I do use a 105mm f/2.8 for macro and an 85mm f/1.8 for light-weight carry around shooting. I think I use my 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 more than any other lens on the D7000 and D800e.
6. I use an SB-910 flash (used remotely) or an O-flash for macro. I use the on-camera flash for emergencies.
7. I use Lightroom4, and CS6 for editing with Topaz filters. I have Elements9 and Capture NX2 but seldom use them. For HDR I use Photomatix.
8. Oh yeah! I use a D800e, D7000, or D70 converted to IR with a calibrated 10-70mm f/3.5-4.5, but I take the most photos with my Panasonic ZS20 and its 20X, because I go nowhere without it.
NOTES:
1. I do not photograph humans, except family members. I do have a mirror angle lens that may allow me to try it, deceptively, someday.
2. I am a highly educated scientist (PhD), but am learning to be an artist with that side of my brain unused for several decades.
3. I have pretty much given up tennis, golf and women for this new, all encompassing, passion—Photography.
4. Printing more is the next challenge on my “to-do” list.

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TommyB
02/24/2013 12:25am

Beautiful photo of the Seagull and the moon background. Look forward to seeing some more!! :-)

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    Photographer

    My Stuff: Nikon
    D70 (IR converted)
    D7000
    D800e
    Panasonic DMC-ZS20
    35mm DX f/1.8 G
    18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 D (for IR)
    16-35mm f/4 G
    28-300mm f/3.5-5/6 VR G
    85mm f/1.8 G
    105mm f/2.8 Micro VR G
    70-200mm f/2.8 VRII G 
    24-70mm f/2.8 G
    8mm f/3.5 Rokinon Fisheye
    SB-910  Speedlight