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Most memorable shot you made


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Dogbytes

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So many that are memorable to me - but this one, from a couple of years ago evokes memories of a very enjoyable job in Azerbaijan. We were up in the mountains and all was green and sunny, then we got up one morning and an overnight blizzard had blanketed the whole area in snow. We couldn't do much, so I just took some pics instead...

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This shot was taken at Ecola State Park in Cannon Beach, Oregon.  These two characters were so entertaining, especially little Miss Pinky, who loved to hamm it up for the camera.

 

I titled this:  "The future of photography is here."

 

D70 body with Nikon AF Nikkor 70~210mm Non D Lens.

 

Thanks so much for viewing.

 

Tony

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Let's bump this and see if any new members have something they want to share.



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from nikon D5300 nikon gen 1 70-200mm 1/1250 sec. f/2.8 175mm ISO 4000 and did edit and crop in lightroom. one best photo take so far and on beginner body with no low light sensor.  

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Let's bump this again and see if any new members have something they want to share.



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please delete post photo low quality 

You have to do that yourself by clicking hide on your post or asking Adam to remove it. I think you can edit it and put something you want to there instead.



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Soldiers Memorial-National Cemetery, Gettysburg

 

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Same photo processed in color

 

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For most of my life, I was a casual photographer, mostly just shooting family events. When I switched from film to digital, I only used point and shoot cameras.

 

A few years ago, a neighbor who was a photojournalist, encouraged me to try interchangeable lens cameras. I started with a D5600 and two kit lenses. He and I became the best of friends. We were the same age and found we had many common interests and life experiences. He passed a couple of years ago. I still miss his wry humor and his skill with a camera. I also miss his mentoring when I'd share images like this with him.

 

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