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I would like to know what lens and body you used.

Great photos.
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Is it bad that I can tell the manuf. of all the bike tires by the tread pattern? & I havn't even rode for like 3 years.

Nice pics. I really like the one of the suspension setup.
Thanks alot!

yes its called passion for the hobby. its ok i can do the same for camera equipment

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What kinda of camera, Awesome pics man!
Glad you like em!

D90....and believe it or not i use the hell out of my kit lens..18-105. when the day comes that i meet the limitation of one of my 5 lenses then i will upgrade one.

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Those are some cool shots you have. Whats the deal with the sonoma? Do most of the shots come from Texas?
Thanks!

Sanoma has a 572 big block in it. and yes everything is from San Antonio to Houston

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Photoshop much?
Just saying.
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ice_owl, meet 21st century..

21st century, meet ice_owl.

Awesome shots dude. The Cobra one is probably my favourite.
Thanks man!

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I was just wondering if he was showcasing his photoshop skills or his photography skills. There is a difference, the two are not the same. One can have awesome photoshop skills and have no idea how their camera works and what it is capable of. I am not saying his work is not good or even great. I just don't understand what area of skill he is trying to showcase. Many people take so so pictures and hand them of to photoshop bob to make them good. Welcome to reality gotmaxpower.
I smell a hater! First of all about half of the pics have touchup or editing.

I pride myself in my established workflow. it took lots of practice to get the effects i want to come out the way they did. as i am self taught other people praise my work and i am proud of that

Ice_owl u really need to get in touch with world of photography. I can tell just by your comment that you know very little about the artform and business. as high up the professional chain as i can think you will find massive photoshop use. Look at Dave Hill not a single one of his shots are "as-shot" and he makes some insane art. Also he shoots in his drive way, his garage, his back yard...ect.

Many ads you see as well as what is online has been ran through some form of post processing software. My local competition uses it so therefor i use it.

One thing you have to remember is garbage in is almost always garbage out. your statement on how you think people use photoshop to make crap look good. In todays computer driven world you cant avoid post processing.


here is a little light reading for you to wrap your mind around Photoshop is not a bad word
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I would like to know what lens and body you used.

Great photos.
Nikon D90 and believe it or not my Kit lens the 18-105...just check the exif data attached to each photo...you find my copywrite data as well
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Nikon D90 and believe it or not my Kit lens the 18-105...just check the exif data attached to each photo...you find my copywrite data as well


D90 is a great body. What 5 lenses do you have? Besides the 18-105 you mentioned.
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Nikon D90 and believe it or not my Kit lens the 18-105...just check the exif data attached to each photo...you find my copywrite data as well
18-105 is a good lens. I still prefer my primes (it's how I learned how to shoot), but still, it can still make some good images. I can definitely tell you're very comfortable with your camera
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I was looking for more information and do not HATE anything. Maybe you should reread my posts. I have owned several canon cameras and my latest is a t1i. I do photography as a hobby and have done so for many years. But anyway good job at you Photography skills there as well as your photoshop skills.
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Only thing I know about photography is the rule of thirds, but I like the way these look...



very sexay
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D90 is a great body. What 5 lenses do you have? Besides the 18-105 you mentioned.
50 1.4 nikkor, 60 2.8 micro nikkor, 70-300 4.6 nikkor, 24-70 2.8 nikkor, 10mm 2.8 fisheye nikkor

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18-105 is a good lens. I still prefer my primes (it's how I learned how to shoot), but still, it can still make some good images. I can definitely tell you're very comfortable with your camera
I am...i was really apprehensive to get the D90 as my last body was an N90 and before that was a AE1P.

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I was looking for more information and do not HATE anything. Maybe you should reread my posts. I have owned several canon cameras and my latest is a t1i. I do photography as a hobby and have done so for many years. But anyway good job at you Photography skills there as well as your photoshop skills.
See....all you had to do was ask...and really how hard was it to just say "nice work". I really dont care what you have posted in the past, it doesnt justify the tone set by your comment(which everyone here saw as a bit hostile)

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Only thing I know about photography is the rule of thirds, but I like the way these look...



very sexay
Thx i'll be honest i really just point and shoot. the only difference is that i explore more than just standing. sometimes ill go to great lengths to get a unique angle...like this shot here:



It may not seem like much but without asking i got on top of the turntable that the car was on and setup my camera on my backpack and...well...you see what i got
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You have the 24-70 2.8? NICE! I have used that lens before, amazing.

I just ordered a 70-200 2.8.
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nice work.

i think some of them are over processed, were any of these used in ads?
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