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azbackpackr wrote:I like all the photos, too. But when I tried to put some on here, they didn't load. What am I doing wrong?
Looks like we blew it out of the ball park in AUGUST!al1inaz wrote:WOW - We are well on our way to surpassing the prior record for quantity of photos
The Nikon D80 came out like 5 minutes after I posted that, so I bought that instead. I got a Nikon 18-135mm lens, which is a piece of junk by Nikon standards, but it's my primary lens for now. Recently I picked up the Nikon 60mm Macro, which is absolutely phenomenol! Next on the list is something like a 10-24mm. It'd be cool to have something really wide; almost fish-eye.djui5 wrote:Hoffmaster wrote:maybe a Nikon D70s.
That's a VERY nice camera! You can't go wrong with Nikon glass
I can't figure out how people decide to rate the photos the way they do. It seems some of it is friends they have, some is because its pretty, and some just makes no sense at all. Some people really love alpine rats. I don't know what makes people like a picture or dislike a picture and rate it accordingly. Don't really care much either. One time a guy sent me a unsolicited PM telling me people were rating my pictures low because my horizons weren't level. Many of my horizons aren't level because it can be hard to level a camera when looking at the small scree which has sun glare on it. I have tried a little harder to level them though. I didn't respond to him, but I also never really cared about the ratings I get.Jeff MacE wrote:One of the many things I love about this community is how little negative feedback you get when it comes to photography. I remember years back being made to take an art class to fill a requirement at the U and getting all kinds of unsolicited beta from people whose pictures were arguably much worse than mine. Perspective is hard to capture, its what made Ansel Adams who he was. I'm no Ansel and never will be, but most everyone on here "gets" my pics because we all appreciate the outdoors, trails, wildlife, etc. That's a fun thing to be a part of!