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Couple from today with the D7000

DannyGordon

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DannyGordon Registered since 13th Jun 2011
Thu 27-Sep-12 03:57 AM

Pretty heavy windstrom at Arpoador beach today. At around 5:30 pm the wind coming from the sea got pretty strong. The lens got all wet and nasty and the Vanguard carbon fiber tripod hold it bravely.

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jagabom

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#1. "RE: Couple from today with the D7000" | In response to Reply # 0

jagabom Registered since 08th Jun 2012
Thu 27-Sep-12 11:10 PM

Nice shots. You could frame the 1st one. I have framed some of mine. 2 by 3 feet from a 4 meg jpeg. They look very good.
Jim

DannyGordon

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#2. "RE: Couple from today with the D7000" | In response to Reply # 1

DannyGordon Registered since 13th Jun 2011
Fri 28-Sep-12 01:12 AM

Thank you Jim.

I have plans for that.
For some time I've been wanting to print and frame some of my photos.
Just waiting the right one for my livingroom.

Cheers!



>Nice shots. You could frame the 1st one. I have framed some
>of mine. 2 by 3 feet from a 4 meg jpeg. They look very
>good.
>Jim

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jagabom

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#3. "RE: Couple from today with the D7000" | In response to Reply # 2

jagabom Registered since 08th Jun 2012
Sat 29-Sep-12 03:17 AM

For mine, I printed them on matte paper and used non glare glass. Not cheap though.

Jim

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