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  1. Re: Canon EOS 1D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera Review

    None whatsoever
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    Re: Looking for a discreet camera bag...

    I've used a diaper bag in truly high risk urban locations. All camera bags look like they hold cameras or other valuable gear. Not so with a diaper bag. I'm not talking about those that are bright...
  3. Re: Canon EOS 1D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera Review

    I've owned and used the 1D Mark IV since Jan 4 2010. Prior to that I owned (still own) and used the 1D Mark III for both my personal and professional work. I shoot primarily high movement/low light...
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    Re: Post Your Best Shots of... YOU!

    Me in turn five at Laguna Seca, now known as Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca. Not sure which is more expensive, racing or photography. I seriously doubt I'll ever take ahelicopter ride to thetrauma...
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    Bryan's 1D Mark IV review

    I just got done reading Bryan's extensive review of Canon's 1D Mark IV. I just wanted to add that based on my own experience with the rig since January 4 2010 I concur with almost all of his...
  6. Re: Decision help wanted (I've done my homework) - 1Ds MkIII vs 1DMk IV, specifically AF

    Rent the cameras and try them out for yourself in the environments in which you shoot.
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    Re: Lens and Settings for Theatre Shoot

    Try whatever exposure setting suits you. I find evaluative the best in most situations. The 24-70 is a strange beast for focusing and it really has nothing to do with focal length and DOF. I have...
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    Re: Lens and Settings for Theatre Shoot

    You have the gear needed to capture the shot. Timing is EVERYTHING. Select what you want to do. Are you going to follow a specific dancer or a pair? Or are you going to try to capture a group of...
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    Re: use it or loose it

    Good for your Rusty! Cameras aren't jewelry, they're tools to be used.
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    Re: Any camera strap reco's

    Having lugged around my 1D Mark III with a 70-200 IS lens for days at a time, I vowed to NEVER use the stock strap. I have used both straps below and can recommend them without hesitation. Now with...
  11. Re: Opinions: Ditch my 24-105 f/4 L for what? + poll

    The EF 24-105 f4.0 L IS lens I have is one of my most sharp lenses in my bag. I also have the EF 28-70 f2.8 L which I actually prefer over the 24-70, but it is much less forgiving than the 24-105....
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    Re: Post your favorite Airplane shots

    1D Mark III EF 70-200mm f2.8 L IS


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  13. Re: What's the #1 Best Advice You Would Give To Someone New To Photography!

    Denise, shoot, shoot some more and shoot again. Enjoy yourself and experiment. Find subject matter which you have passion toward and that will translate into your artwork. View work you admire, no...
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    Re: 1D mk III Af problems : where are we now ?

    I have used a Mark III in low light/high movement environments and never experienced focusing issues which were not the fault of the operator; me! I enjoy the 1.3 crop and the dynamic color range of...
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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    Lewis, I don't work for theatres, but am hired by the production companies who stage the performances. I do have two clients who run theatrical companies who use my services exclusively, but in the...
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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    Thank you. Keep in mind that the outcome of an image and its use is the most important part for me. I am NOT one who pixel peeps to prove that "I" am right, what is in technical terms the BEST...
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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    I think your speed is fine. My only suggestion is to have captured her on her way up so that her tutu is not above her waist, which is not as flattering.
  18. Re: Assignment 4: Break a Rule!

    Really nice juxtapose and story in this image.
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    Re: Okay to use 1/3 ISO increments?

    I find the 1/3 ISO adjustments very valuable in my work.
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    Re: canon 24-70 f2.8 IS USM???

    I personally don't see a ton of value in an IS version of the 24-70. 70mm isn't that long of a focal length for hand holding. I'm hoping for a 24-105 f2.8 IS, which would be heavier than dirt for...
  21. Re: Assignment 5: Portraits and Emotion

    Longing


    A homeless woman holds her partner in a bus shelter as she watches a young couple enter their new Mercedes Benz.

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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    Keith, I fully understand about drooling over glass. I affectionately refer to the 85 as "The best piece of glass I've ever had." Each and every time I put her on the camera body, I worry about...
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    Re: Mark IV in natural sunlight at ISO 100

    LOL!
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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    LOL, most people like to focus on the negative much like the news. The 1D Mark III has served me very well.
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    Re: Live Theatrical Performance Imagery

    Tom, I have shot ballet as well, the San Francisco Ballet. Post processing depends on the lighting, so it's difficult to outline what to do specifically for each shot. Timing is EVERYTHING on dance...
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