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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by NoKnees
    Cool thread, I'll play.... I put this up in a different thread elsewhere, I think... But fits here too... Can hardly see his little p&s camera as he's shading it from the sun... Love those liveview displays with no optical viewfinders on a bright, snowy, sunny day...

    That's a sweet photo, NoKnees! Where was this taken? That's a tasty-looking pitch!
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    One from some time back.

    Love this one, Old Timer! It's a great story and I love how there are two separate but connected sub-plots
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    A Couple To Consider

    I think this is a sweet thread. Thanks for starting it, jetrim.

    I've got a couple here that I think are worthy. The first one is my Polish friend Milosz, capturing some Utah singletrack action for his magazine bikeBoard.

    The second is a bunch of the photography press at the Olympus E-P1 intro. I wish you could see more cameras in this one. But there's a lot of chimping going on. It's funny how photographers only see things through the camera. We have a very hard time actually just stopping and looking at something. It only counts if we get it with the camera
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    New Gallery Category

    I added a new category to the gallery: Photographers In Action

    Please go to your photos in the gallery, click on the "Edit Photo" link below the photo info section and change the category of your photo. If you didn't know you could edit your photos after you posted them here, now you do
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by Loupey
    I posted this before, but rather appropriate timing as the warblers will be migrating through in full force in a week or two.

    And who says that photography isn't a competitive sport?
    So how much $$$ is represented in camera equipment in that shot!!
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Here is one from the race I shot at the local velodrome a couple weeks ago.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
    So how much $$$ is represented in camera equipment in that shot!!
    LOL - yeah, nuts huh?!

    During the peak, there were so many 500mm's, 600mm's, and I even saw one 800mm that you'd think we were covering Tiger Woods through an opening or that Madonna was hiding somewhere in the woods. Not 5 inch birds 20 feet away
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    This one from the recent frog jumping festival.

    I had to smile as the technique appears all his own. And painful too!
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Here is one from this weekends wedding.
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    Tour de France

    I crossed this guy one hour before the start of the Tour de France this afternoon. He was set up in a narrow street 300 yards after the starting line. Looks like an interesting project.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    He's a serious one, isn't he, Charles.
    Good shot!
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    Re: Tour de France

    Quote Originally Posted by Franglais
    I crossed this guy one hour before the start of the Tour de France this afternoon. He was set up in a narrow street 300 yards after the starting line. Looks like an interesting project.
    Great shot. The tat sells it.

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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    From a local bike race this past weekend.



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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Love working in South Beach
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by jetrim
    Love working in South Beach
    I can sure see why you like working in South Beach. Outstanding find and catch on that first one.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer



    My new friend Taj, she may be using Canon now, but she sure enjoyed using my D300 with 70-200mm f/2.8.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Here are a few from a recent ballgame on the sidelines.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Grandson with her camera.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Here are two that meet the criteria.


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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    I think these will qualify



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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Hey old timer, pretty amazing shots there! What kinda lens where you using there? It's amazingly sharp.

    I asked this fine gentleman if I can shoot him shooting and he had no problem with. He's also got a copy of it by now ;-)

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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Late as usual, but I'll play. Both images taken with a Leica M6, 50/2 Summicron
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    ah, charles...perfect.
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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Hi Adina....thanks. Wish I had popped onto the site earlier, lots of great photos in this thread.

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    Re: Capture a Photographer

    Forgot...this might be my favorite. My niece's wedding, taken with a (gasp) digital camera. :-)
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