Thank you!!! It took 6 hours of standing by my telescope and snapping a picture every 5 minutes but it was worth it!!!
I have a Sigma wide angle and I'm very pleased with the build quality and sharpness of the lens... I wouldn't hesitate to buy one of the art lens
My wife and I like David Chihuly.... he has an exhibit in Oklahoma City that we visit often.
I haven't been getting emails for this thread for a while now I guess...? I thought that I was going to revive it from the dead.
Here's a few...
Maybe we should revive the old crew and play some left 4 dead :toast:
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They were VERY profesional and did a great job on my camera... if you have an extra camera send it in!
It's different depending on the camera because they have to completely disassemble it. Mine cost $325
No filters, I sent my camera off to Lifepixel and had them convert the whole camera... and thanks!
I had one of my camera's converted to Infrared. I finally got to take a few pictures today.
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I never use filters, that's just a lens flare. I could've tried a different angle but I liked how it brought attention to the watering trough.
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The Great Plains of Oklahoma!
A photo shoot that I did for a friend.
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Those are legit lol
If ever you were on the Bay just look up a program call Photomatix. You can actually get an HDR effect with one photo. It's...
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Asus Sabertooth X58
Will not seperate. Don't have the box or IO shield.
I know HDR is not everyone's flavor but I enjoy it. For me, it give a photo a texture that you can almost feel. I have been working on improving...
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