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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Mon 01-Sep-08 02:41 AM
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"September/October photo post "Around the House""
Mon 01-Sep-08 02:43 AM by James23p

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How creative can you get with photos of everyday stuff around the house.

Rules:
--Post as many images as you like but only one image/post
--Include shooting info like lens, white balance, filters used…
--Previously posted images are welcome
--When posting images please do so by hitting the ‘Reply’ link below this top post, not the reply link to another post.
--Include a title in the subject line when you post


Have fun D70/D80/D90 forum!


Jim

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zemlin Basic MemberTue 02-Sep-08 01:45 PM
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#1. "Turntable"
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Carmel, US
          

Well, I'll break the ice with a photo I recently posted in the Macro and C&C forums - shot recently for another assignment on the theme of music.

I think this qualifies for "Around the House", although turntables might not be as "Everyday" as they would have been 20-30 years ago.

http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/music.htm

and just because I have received several comments from others about the lack of sharpness in this shot, here's a larger crop of the stylus - I think the smaller image gives the impression of a soft image because there is a lot of fine detail shown with relatively low resolution at that scale.

http://sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/DSC_4497_1detail.jpg

It looks sharp enough to me ...

Karl Zemlin - www.sonicartistry.net
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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Tue 30-Sep-08 08:50 PM
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#37. "RE: Turntable"
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Monroe, US
          

WOW, IMHO this is a very cool shot!!!

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Dinsdale Silver Member Nikonian since 13th Sep 2007Thu 02-Oct-08 12:06 PM
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#40. "RE: Turntable"
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Milton Keynes, GB
          

That is an amazing shot! I love really close up shots, they take us into a world just there in front of us yet we rarely see.

Regards
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zemlin Basic MemberTue 14-Oct-08 10:35 AM
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#60. "RE: Turntable"
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Carmel, US
          

Thanks, folks.

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#77. "RE: Turntable"
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Vancouver, CA
          

>I think this qualifies for "Around the House",
>although turntables might not be as "Everyday" as
>they would have been 20-30 years ago.

What's a turntable?

(grin/duck)

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#2. "Cotton"
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Wed 03-Sep-08 07:48 PM by minhay

GB
          

My first post on this forum!

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3270/2822176828_99e4fe5dfd_o.jpg

Taken with Nikon D80
Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 AI
Exposure: 0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperture: f/3.5
ISO Speed: 250
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
Metering: Matrix

Best
Amanda
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CharlieS Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Aug 2007Sat 06-Sep-08 03:56 PM
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#3. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

You ARE disturbing me



One of our cats, laying on the back of "HIS" chair.
The only post processing done to this image was to resize.

D80
Quantaray 18/200 zoom
ISO 100
aperture priority
AWB
95 mm
1/60 @ f5.6
SB800 w/diffusion dome

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#4. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Sun 07-Sep-08 01:45 PM by jacobus

NL
          

Our house

http://www.flickr.com/photos/17285849@N04/2835448325/

S 1/80
F 11.0
16 mm
Iso 100

  

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#6. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Toronto, CA
          

The photo is tagged PRIVATE

  

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#5. "The Gauge"
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US
          

This is the pressure gauge from my airbrush setup (scale modeling anyone?).

http://picasaweb.google.com/moorek359

Nikon D80
Nikkor 70-300mm Lens at 185mm
f/5.3, 1/125 sec, ISO 1000
No Flash.

This is my first photo post so any creative insight would be most appreciated!

Karl

  

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molly588 Registered since 09th Sep 2008Fri 17-Oct-08 07:40 PM
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#61. "RE: The Gauge"
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US
          

Damn!   Nice job!  When you said it was your first I thought
you meant you were a novice.... you did a great job.  You have
experience I assume?

  

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#7. "My New Little Model"
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Chicago, US
          

Our daughter is my main "Around the House" subject for this winter.

D80
Nikkor 50mm 1.4

1/60
f/4
ISO equivalent 100

Mark
Chicago, USA
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#8. "Yum... Tapioca."
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Tue 09-Sep-08 03:03 PM by xPhantom

US
          

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3195/2774596627_e744a12d04_b.jpg

Nikon D70s
Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 D
Hoya Super HMC UV Filter
Nikon SB-600 Speedlight

  

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#9. "BOBLBE-E"
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US
          

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3127/2775428058_c282521c67_b.jpg

Nikon D70s
Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D
Hoya Super HMC UV Filter

  

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Wed 10-Sep-08 04:17 AM
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#10. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Memphis, US
          

Kodachrome

D80
28-105 AF-D at 50mm in Macro mode
f8
1/60
ISO 100
PP in NX2


Share, Learn and Inspire
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I will use film until the last roll and last lab are gone. Go Navy

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Socrates Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Apr 2008Thu 02-Oct-08 12:14 AM
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#39. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

Your K-25 photo brought tears to my eyes.

  

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michaelhager Registered since 15th Feb 2007Thu 02-Oct-08 12:33 PM
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#41. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Fountain Inn, US
          

>Kodachrome
>
>D80
>28-105 AF-D at 50mm in Macro mode
>f8
>1/60
>ISO 100
>PP in NX2
>
>
>

WOW! had those knocking around the house for long?

C. Michael Hager
Your most important piece of photo equipment is built into your face.
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#11. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Sat 13-Sep-08 02:06 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

Edited to add a title:
Click, version 1
This was one of my father's first cameras - maybe his first one, but I'm not sure. I remmber him still using it when I was in high school in the early 1970s.




Shooting info:
D80
Manfrotto O55VN tripod, Manfrotto Head
Tokina 12-24 ATX Pro f4 lens, at 24mm, f6.3 used
2 second exposure

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Sun 14-Sep-08 03:56 AM
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#17. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

I have one of those also, but I can't figure how to get it opened.

  

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#18. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Portage, US
          

There is a round ring, basically below the film winder, on the side of the camera (you can see it on the picture I posted). If the camera you have is identical to mine, you will find that the ring fits into a "hook". Lift the ring gently out of that hook then you should be able to take hold of the front of the camera and pull it away from the back. The film holding/advancing mechanism is fastened to the front of the camera and will slide out with it.
The inside of the one I have has a bright red caricature of something on it - if these directions work for you, I'd be interested in knowing whether you find the same to be true, and whether you can tell what it represents.
Good luck.
Lee
From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

  

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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Fri 19-Sep-08 02:05 AM
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#26. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

Sorry I can't help with the caricature. I ask wife to get the camera from where ever she had put it. After she looked for two days, she said, "Oh, I forgot I sold it."
I guess I will not know if there was still film in it or not.

  

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#12. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Sat 13-Sep-08 02:07 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

Edited to add a title:
Click, Version 2
Going with my first post - this is my mother's first camera. I believe she received it as a graduation or birthday gift.



Shooting information:
D80
Manfrotto O55VN tripod, Manfrotto head
Tokina ATX-PRO 12-24 f4 lens, at 24mm, f7.1
One second exposure time
Custom white balance used

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down


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#13. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Portage, US
          

Ball's Been Played
I've helped coach my son's little league teams these past 3 years. Last year the team presented me with this ball, signed by all the players. The clear signature in the shot is my son's.



Shooting info:
D80
Manfrotto O55VN tripod
Tokina ATX-PRO 12-24mm f4 lens, used at 24mm, f9
1.6 second exposure time


From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down


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#14. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Winnipeg, CA
          

This one "guards" the basement stairs.

http://www.pbase.com/image/103057218

Nikon D80
Sigma 70mm f2.8 macro

  

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#15. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Kansas City, US
          

Nikon D80
Sigma DG 70-300mm
f/5.6 ISO 200 300mm
Opteka Filter PL
Photoblast action Focus Select

LilyPearl0560

"To the attentive eye,each moment of the year has it's own beauty, and in the same field,it beholds,every hour,a picture which was never seen before and which shall never be seen again."
Ralph Waldo Emerson


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#16. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Sun 14-Sep-08 02:39 AM by avigar

Northern IL, US
          

Tweety and Sylvester cookie jar.

D80
50mm f/1.8D
1/60
F2.8
ISO 200


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#19. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Palm Bay, US
          

http://www.betterphoto.com/gallery/dynoGallDetail.asp?photoID=6959057

D80, 18-200 @200mm, f5.6, 1/250, internal flash with GF puffer

  

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#20. "Bionicle"
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Mon 15-Sep-08 10:00 AM by pwebster

Buncrana, IE
          

Guardian of my desk...

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Nikon D70s
50mm f1.8
1/80s @ f2.2
Onboard flash fired

  

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#21. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Tue 16-Sep-08 12:50 AM by mdmayo

US
          

My first post, a grandson being playful.
D80
70mm
1/500


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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Thu 18-Sep-08 09:43 PM
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#25. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Portage, US
          

There's not a hint of impishness in that grin/wink, is there? Great!
From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

  

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#22. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Antigo, US
          

http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa284/lonelydogg21/watches/DSC_2574.jpg

D80, 60mm f2.8
manual mode
ISO 100
2 sec @ f/36 +2EV

thanks for looking.
~Mike~

  

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masak_aer Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Feb 2008Wed 17-Sep-08 12:51 PM
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#23. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

My headset cable:




Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.2 sec (1/5)
Aperture: f/3.2
Focal Length: 50 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
ISO Speed: 200

  

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#24. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Portage, US
          

"First Bank"
This is the first bank I had as a child. Given my age and its age, I think it has held up rather well.



Data
D80
Nikon 18-70 DX lens @ 34mm, f6.3
Exposure time: 2 seconds
Manfrotto O55VN tripod+manfrotto head
Custom set white balance
Manual exposure mode, matrix metering
Mirror-up delay


From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down


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PeterA03 Registered since 29th Dec 2007Sat 20-Sep-08 07:24 PM
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#27. "figurine"
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Sun 21-Sep-08 12:07 AM by PeterA03

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D80 Nikkor 55mm Macro AI-S lens at f/2.8 1/40sec ISO 100 Auto WB




  

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#28. "RE: figurine"
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Sun 21-Sep-08 07:30 PM by PeterA03

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Same image taken with D80 Nikkor 35mm f/2D at f/2.8 1/15sec




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appu Registered since 29th Jan 2006Sun 21-Sep-08 02:39 PM
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#29. "Sofa and telly"
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Bangalore, IN
          

Here's a picture I shot recently -

http://www.flickr.com/photos/spadix/2768099620/

Shot with the D70 "kit" at 18mm.

Exposure - f/3.5, ISO 1600, 1/25 s (+0.7 exposure compensation in Aperture-priority) hand-held, with Auto WB.

Hope you like it!

Regards,
appu

  

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#30. "Late morning"
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Bangalore, IN
          

Here's another one that I like, titled "Late morning" -

http://www.flickr.com/photos/spadix/2365835874

This one too was shot with the D70 "kit" at 34mm.

Exposure - f/5.6, 1/80s (+2 EV with Aperture-priority) and 200 ISO (IIRC) with Auto WB (again, IIRC)

Regards,
appu

  

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Chirevas Registered since 17th May 2007Tue 23-Sep-08 01:42 AM
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#31. "Knives"
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Tue 23-Sep-08 01:43 AM by Chirevas

US
          

Nikon D80 with Tamron 90 2.8 macro, handheld using natural light

Aperture: 3.6
ISO: 140
Speed: 1/60 sec
WB: Auto


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#32. "A dog's hard life"
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Plano, US
          

Dog laying around living the hard life.







D90
Nikon 50mm/F1.8
ISO 320
Aperture priority
awb
1/320
F 1.8

  

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masak_aer Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Feb 2008Fri 26-Sep-08 12:03 AM
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#33. "Nikonian Mouse"
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Fri 26-Sep-08 12:04 AM by masak_aer

US
          

Here is my mouse, you can see the reflection of Nikonians forum hence the title Nikonian Mouse.





Lens: Tamron 28-75mm
Auto WB
Speed: 20
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 720
Handheld
No filter

  

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FloridaGina Registered since 16th Jul 2008Sat 27-Sep-08 01:50 AM
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#34. "Around his house"
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Sun 28-Sep-08 04:57 AM by FloridaGina

Panama City, US
          

Around his house....

D80
ISO 100
f/4.0
1/125
18/125 @ 22mm

Have a groovy day!

~~Gina




.....Thanks Scott

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gabrielchoi Registered since 22nd Sep 2008Mon 29-Sep-08 02:27 AM
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#35. "Leaves in the Beads"
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Rochester, US
          

Hi Nikonians,

My first posting to Nikonians Forum.
It was misty all day here in Rochester, NY.
I took this at the small flower bed in front of our home.
Hope you enjoy it.

Gabriel

- D80
- 28-80mm 3.3-5.6G @80mm @f5.6 on the body
- 50mm 1.8D @1.8 reversely
- ISO320, 1/40s


http://picasaweb.google.co.kr/tayoung.gabriel.choi/NikonianUpload#5251257611290102418

_____________________________
May the LIGHT be with you....

  

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LilyPearl0560 Registered since 30th Jul 2008Tue 30-Sep-08 06:10 PM
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#36. "Lilacs..."
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Kansas City, US
          

My favorite scent and flower.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30989169@N03/?saved=1



LilyPearl0560

"To the attentive eye,each moment of the year has it's own beauty, and in the same field,it beholds,every hour,a picture which was never seen before and which shall never be seen again."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

  

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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Tue 30-Sep-08 08:53 PM
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#38. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Monroe, US
          

This is a piece of "yard art" out in my backyard. I thought I would try the B&W conversion.


www.barrydudley.com

"Generalizations are made because they are Generally true"

visit my gallery

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Flicker http://www.flickr.com/photos/stradibarrius

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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Thu 02-Oct-08 11:42 PM
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#42. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Monroe, US
          

Here is my second try. After I saw the great shot of the tuntable I thought I need to try again.
This a clock that sit on my desk.
The first is de-saturated about 90%

D-80
Sigma 10-20mm @20
f/5.6
1/15s
ISO400





www.barrydudley.com

"Generalizations are made because they are Generally true"

visit my gallery

Visit my Nikonians gallery.


Flicker http://www.flickr.com/photos/stradibarrius

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winclk Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Jan 2007Fri 03-Oct-08 06:47 PM
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#43. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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philadelphia, US
          

3 day old work boots.

nikon d80
f5.6
1/60
iso-100
24-85@85mm

this is my first photo post. should i have shot this differently?

robin




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#50. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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HILO, US
          

Maybe vertically and with some dirty socks!
D70, 18-70 f3.5-4.5, 38mm, 1/20s @ f4.2, ISO 1250


"Great things are not done by impulse but by a series of small things brought together." Vincent Van Gogh

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#44. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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philadelphia, US
          

favorite detergent

nikon d80
nikon 24-85@85mm
iso-100
f4.5
1/60


flash used

robin


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LilyPearl0560 Registered since 30th Jul 2008Sat 04-Oct-08 01:01 AM
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#45. "Sugar canister"
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Sat 04-Oct-08 01:08 AM by LilyPearl0560

Kansas City, US
          

http://flickr.com/photos/30989169@N03/2911135566/
Nikon D80
F/5.6
ISO 200
300MM
Sigma 70-300
LilyPearl0560

"To the attentive eye,each moment of the year has it's own beauty, and in the same field,it beholds,every hour,a picture which was never seen before and which shall never be seen again."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

  

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#46. "Morning Coffee"
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US
          

While I was playing around with my new D90, I took this photo of my favorite coffee mug as it was sitting on my desk.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/52252300@N00/2915724672/

Nikon D90 w/ 18-105 Kit lens.
f/5.6
1/30 sec
ISO 560
105 mm

  

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Dan__ Registered since 26th Aug 2007Mon 20-Oct-08 12:54 AM
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#63. "RE: Morning Coffee"
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US
          

Ooh, I think I'd really like to see that shot vertically, and maybe cropped so we can only see only part of the mug, maybe 2/3 of it (?).

I love the way the light plays off of its surface. Really nice colors and lines and curves.

    -Dan

      

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TheGreatMike Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Jul 2007Tue 07-Oct-08 11:47 PM
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#47. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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beverly hills, US
          

bar stools in b+w
D80 18-135

  

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TheGreatMike Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Jul 2007Tue 07-Oct-08 11:58 PM
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#48. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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beverly hills, US
          




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Dan__ Registered since 26th Aug 2007Mon 20-Oct-08 01:21 AM
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#64. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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US
          

That is very cool.

  

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f5titan Gold Member Nikonian since 12th Jul 2006Thu 09-Oct-08 12:31 AM
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#49. " "Around my desk""
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HILO, US
          

This topic caught my interest since I have not considered my desk as "around the house" until now!
You will note that my favorite web site is on the screen and that some film canisters are visible to the left of the Nikonians camera strap. I sometimes shoot Fuji Sensia 100 with my F5 Anniversary and F2A. I have some Kodak Elite Chrome and Elite II ISO200 transparency film to get developed.
Nikon D70, Sigma 10-20 f4-5.6 zoom lens, f4 @ 1/125s and 10mm,
ISO800, WB: fluorescent +1, programmed auto, multi-pattern metering.


"Great things are not done by impulse but by a series of small things brought together." Vincent Van Gogh

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#51. "Happiness is a Warm Kitten"
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Memphis, US
          

Until I can get more creative, I will post this entry. Caught my niece's son Jamie relaxing on the couch with our new kitten.
Info: D80 w/28-70 2.8 handheld at 1/10, f3.5; ISO 400. Converted to B&W w/ Picasa3 filtered b&w.

Jeff



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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Thu 09-Oct-08 01:04 PM
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#53. "RE: Happiness is a Warm Kittens is a capture that will be treasured by"
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Monroe, US
          

This is a capture that will be treasured by his family forever! This shot has a lot to say and speaks to a broad audience.

Well done!

www.barrydudley.com

"Generalizations are made because they are Generally true"

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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Thu 09-Oct-08 01:50 PM
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#54. "RE: Happiness is a Warm Kittens is a capture that will be treasured by"
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Memphis, US
          

Thanks for the kind words Barry. I spent a few minutes browsing your website. Very nice! I have played around with a guitar (I have an old Martin D18) since I was a teenager, and have always been fascinated by the craftsmanship and "magic" people like you are able to create - truly works of art. Take care,

Jeff

  

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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Thu 09-Oct-08 03:38 AM
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#52. "The WIndow Cat"
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Memphis, US
          

The late afternoon sun silhouetted Anduin (my son's cat) basking in the window sill. D80; 28-70 @ 28mm; 1/125 @ f10; ISO 200.

Jeff



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#55. "Train"
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Sat 11-Oct-08 04:51 AM by griffley

US
          

First entry here, hope you like it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/30838157@N05/2930148217/sizes/l/


D80, 4 sec, 50 f1.8, iso 800, f5.6, "A" mode

  

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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Sun 12-Oct-08 05:08 PM
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#56. "sewing foot"
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Altoona, US
          

Wife was doing some quilting so I took some shots when she was taking a break

  

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#57. "sewing"
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Altoona, US
          

  

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#58. "cutting"
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Altoona, US
          

  

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#59. "spool of thread"
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Altoona, US
          

  

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molly588 Registered since 09th Sep 2008Thu 23-Oct-08 11:01 PM
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#67. "RE: spool of thread"
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US
          

Hi there,
I love at spool of thread photo. I was wondering if you used a light sourse other than natural light?

Thanks,
Molly

  

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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Mon 27-Oct-08 01:44 PM
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#71. "RE: spool of thread"
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Altoona, US
          

Thanks, I think that's my favorite as well.

all natural light. I havn't been able to afford a flash yet.

I have a patio door that faces south. Just put the sewing machine on the kitchen table and took all the above shots. I opened or closed the blinds depending on how much light I needed. it was interesting and took me about an hour to get the shots I wanted.

  

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Bubbz3 Registered since 27th Dec 2007Sat 18-Oct-08 01:19 AM
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#62. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Sat 18-Oct-08 01:29 AM by Bubbz3

US
          

Ok, first post so here goes...

Clean up your mess!

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/6749/dsc0432je1.jpg


Nikon D80
Shutter Speed: 0.8 sec
Aperture Priority
F-Stop: f/11
ISO 400
Focal Length: 300 mm (yep, across the room)
70-300mm 1:4-5.6 Tele-Macro(1:2)
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#65. "Mop Top Dog"
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Mon 20-Oct-08 05:38 PM by walobf

US
          

This is a picture of my dog Fred (cut and paste entire link below). New D90 with 18-200 vr lens. It was on full auto no flash. Info is 1/10 sec at F5.6 focal length of 150mm no filters. This was like the 5th photo I took with the new camera. I have much to learn but it sure will be fun!

http://a01-b01.mypicturetown.com:80/P2PwebCmdController/cache/glHAP%25*C91gueeELP1gVo7N6vi*H%26Gs_JdIUc0FSbhE_Gr.I2b9Y6BZX54LTOjY/item.jpg?rot=0

I'm not sure why it doesn't take the entire link when it's posted but just cut and paste the entire link. If someone knows how to fix this let me know.

  

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PeterA03 Registered since 29th Dec 2007Thu 23-Oct-08 02:56 AM
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#66. "Water Drop"
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Beverly Hills, US
          

D80 55mm AIS Micros Lens at f/11, backlit with SB-600


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#68. "Wine glasses"
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US
          


Just testing out my new Nikon D80.

F-stop 5.3
SHutter 1/4
ISO - 200
Metering - Center
WB - auto

http://mollyo.shutterfly.com/85

  

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#69. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Lake in the Hills, US
          

My 2AA MINI-MAGLITE stopped working, when I looked at the betteries I found out they had leaked. But when I tried new ones the flash light still did not work, so I took it apart to clean it and . .. ...

D90(A), 18-200 AF-S DX VR @ 95mm, 1/60s, F9, ISO100(L 1.0), TTL on Camera Commander(Fill-in) & SB600 off camera aimed up for bounced down light.



Large version: Http://nutter.smugmug.com/gallery/2831246_zJYMf#401322612_xYtd4-O-LB

John

D90 | 18-200mm VR | 50mm f/1.8 | SB600

You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. - Wayne Gretzky

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#70. "Tempes Fugit"
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CA
          

First time posting to one of these challenges. I thought the long exposure on the seconds hand made this picture interesting.

Time flies indeed...

"

D80, ISO 400, Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 Macro @ f/32, 30s exposure.

White balance corrected in Bibble 4.10, slight crop.

--InfiniteBlue

Photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/infinite_blue/

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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Tue 28-Oct-08 06:20 PM
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#72. "World Series Buddy"
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Tue 28-Oct-08 06:40 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

My old World Series Buddy

I'm sure I'm not the only one here who used to sneak one of these to school in the fall to listen to World Series games during class. (If I am, don't make me feel any older by telling me )




D80
Manfrotto tripod+ballhead
Tokina 12-24 ATX Pro lens @ 24mm, f10
10 second exposure
Manual white balance
ISO 100

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Tue 28-Oct-08 06:25 PM
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#73. "So Long and Thanks ..."
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Tue 28-Oct-08 06:41 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

to An Old Pal

Since Berkely Breathed is winding down his "Opus" comic strip, I thought a little tribute was in order. I haven't had this as long as the radio in my other post, but he's been with me a looooong time (one of several, gifts from she who is now my wife)



D80
Manfrotto tripod + ballhead
Tokina ATX Pro 12-24 mm lens @ f10, 15mm
6 second exposure
Manual exposure
Manual white balance
ISO 100

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Tue 28-Oct-08 06:31 PM
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#74. "Dip Pens"
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Tue 28-Oct-08 06:42 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

My sons gave me these for Christmas last year. I use them occasionally, mostly writing in the journals.



D80
Manfrotto tripod + ballhead
Tokina ATX-Pro 12-24 mm @f10, 24mm
4 second exposure
Manual white balance
ISO 100

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down


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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Tue 28-Oct-08 06:39 PM
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#75. "Real Pen"
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Portage, US
          

Call me eccentric. I never use ballpoint or rollerball pens, and only rarely use pencils of any kind. All of my outlines for lectures, letters to family and friends, notes, etc., are done with fountain pens. This one gets the bulk of my use.



D80
Tokina ATX-Pro 12-24mm lens @ f10, 24mm
Manfrotto tripod+ball-head
8 second exposure
Manual white balance
matrix metering

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

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a_w Registered since 31st Oct 2008Fri 31-Oct-08 04:19 PM
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#76. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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I just got my D90 a few weeks ago and stumbled across this forum. Here's my submission to this month's theme. I look forward to learning from you all.

Brass Lamp with Hanging Felt Toy
http://www.iamcrea.tv/photos/lamp_wFeltToy.jpg

Camera: D90
Lens: Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8D
F-Stop: f/2.8
Shutter Speed: 1/60
ISO: 400
Exposure Mode: Manual

  

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jhylkema Registered since 26th Mar 2006Sat 01-Nov-08 04:59 AM
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#78. "Or so I'm told . . ."
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Vancouver, CA
          

a/k/a "Fun with Macro Lenses." This was one of the first shots I took with one of my new toys, a 60mm f/2.8 Nikkor-Micro lens. This was shot on my desk on my mouse pad, hence the background.



Shooting data:

D70, lens as above, 1/8 sec @ f/3.8, ISO 400.

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"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard."

-- H.L. Mencken

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Sat 01-Nov-08 09:07 AM
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#79. "RE: September/October photo post "Around the House""
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Memphis, US
          

Closed thanks all for a great post!

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