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« on: January 14, 2010, 03:20:38 PM »

A few days ago I made a new topic for the dutch winters. Stimulated by some compliments I wanted to write an essay about ergonomics, rsi, camera and me. To much came between, so I decided to keep this subject for a later day. The link to this album and the downloaded exemples are images I made some 3 years ago, partly with the then brandnew nikon d200, partly with a lumix fz. The catkins are made with a 4.5 300mm and a panagor macro-convertor (I know, this is not done). I was standing with the tripod in the swamps, the wind was not very helpfull. Looking back now I am glad that I was so very innocent about the mores in dslr-land and just used this very amateuristic equipment: I would do it again if I had nothing else at hand.
The images are made on about the same location as the dutch snow and fogscapes in my previous item (dutch landscaps in winter)

the album is on
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« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2010, 05:05:31 PM »

I think this is a good shot from your album, the reflections have worked well.

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