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Old 02-13-2009   #41
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I have a similar one

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From yesterday - Westover ARB, Chicopee, MA
Oly E510 and its 40-150 kit lens.




I tend to use the OMs for street photography with slightly longer lenses and the Bessa with the wider ones but this is a better example of when I wouldn't bother with an RF at all.
Here's one of mine with an Oly E500 and I'm guessing the same kit lens.
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Old 02-13-2009   #42
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Old 02-13-2009   #43
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Old 02-13-2009   #44
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Stumbled on this thread again and after going through it came to the conclusion that most of the photos could have been taken either an SLR or RF. That is except the telephoto ones. Sorta throws some doubt, for me at least, that the type of camera dictates a certain style or subject matter.

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Old 02-25-2009   #58
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This one is among my favs:



Shot with Bronica SQ-Ai on Fuji Provia 100F.
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phenomenal! the colors on this and how they hold up w/ the sun in the frame (as well as the impact the sun has) is amazing. it feels like i'm there!


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This has come alive again, so I'll throw another in(PentaxP3n):

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Obrecht, JeffGreene, marduk - wow! But I like most of the stuff in here, RFF Galleries are impressive.

I haven't been shooting much SLR lately, MF gets too cumbersome - those OM's look beautifuly though, I might get one of those.

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Very nice shots, Neil Young with an absolutley live feeling, and the 18mm from Will is awesome too.
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Completely different genre and outcome..
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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad...
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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad...

... to find another tree person! Thanks for posting that.

here's something from last night on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach



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