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    Junior Member ktreffin's Avatar
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    My honey got me Lightroom 2 for Christmas. I am amazed by the power of this program. Luckily, I also received Scott Kelby's Lightroom 2 book to help me try use it more effectively. I love Kelby's books, had his one for Elements 2 and it really helped out a lot....

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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I'm going to order my alien bees next week!!! once my wife hands over my Christmas money
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I got 4 4 Gig Cards.......so badly needed too! Gift cards which will turn into photography gifts

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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I got myself the 100-400 at the beginning of Nov.

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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    My brother in law got me The Portfolios of Ansel Adams for a little photographic inspiration. I'll be ordering myself a D3 and 24-70 f2.8 in the next couple of weeks though. ;)

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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I got the noise reduction program Neat Image from my mother. Joy got me a large framed print by one of my favorite photographers a wonderful photographer that lives nearby named Tom Ross.
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I'm getting a Sigma 10-20mm! I'm stoked, can't wait for it to arrive!
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I got a replacement lens hood to replace the one I destroyed in a slip on ice with my 70-200, the Sigma 30mm 1.4 (which is getting replaced due to backfocus) and some cash which is actually going to bike parts.
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    Oh yeah I got a gift certificate to the local photo store from my son and daughter-in-law. I can put that to very good use!
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    I added one more photo gift today. My wife and I went shopping and she bought me the book National Geographic: The Photographs. It's the book she thought she got the first time.
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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    My Christmas gift was the Panasonic LX3 p&s which arrived early - in November. :thumbsup:

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    Re: So what did YOU get for x-mas (photography related)?

    Quote Originally Posted by mjs1973
    I looked through this book last night. Some really great images in there. The one that really stuck me is the one of a young boy with a couple bandelier of ammunition on him. I was a little surprised to not see the portrait of the woman on the cover of the book that Steve took many years after he made the original iconic image of her.
    Mike,
    I liked that photo too. Also one that really struck me was the one of the young boy in orange holding the parasol near the front of the book. The other photo you are speaking of was taken a few years after the publication date of the book I believe, otherwise it probably would have been included. I've already looked through the pages several times already. The other book you are speaking of is also on my list of ones to own.

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