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National Geograpghic's 2004 Pictures of the Year

Absolutely magnificant photography. what camera did they use? :D

note: entire page + images is 4.3MBytes in size... that's why it's slow.
 
WOW! What fantastic photos.

Thanks.
 
absolutely incredible...........keep workin' Bob :D
 
NeoNSX said:
what camera did they use? :D
They used a Motorola V710 camera phone, the reason they came out so good is they used the highest quality setting. :wink: :wink: :wink:
 
jadkar said:
absolutely incredible...........keep workin' Bob :D

Just give me a few more months. I will have some good competition for those shots with my trip to the Galapagos Islands in the fall. But I did take a second place in another competition with this shot.

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RSO 34 said:
Just give me a few more months. I will have some good competition for those shots with my trip to the Galapagos Islands in the fall. But I did take a second place in another competition with this shot.

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Great shot, what lens?
 
RSO 34 said:
Thanks. That one was shot with a Canon D60 using a Canon L series 100-400 lens.
Dang you guys with your L lenses :biggrin:

Jealous.

Again, nice shot!
 
the best I have are these four, all shot with my canon powershot digital...



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gheba_nsx said:
I am really crazy! :eek: :D :D

Doesn'it it look like a Lambo from the front??? :)

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bad crosslinking. bad bad bad
 
Bob, if that shot took second, I would love to see the first place shot. The emotion in the faces of the two animals is incredible. It would be cool to show that photo side by side with human subjects in a similar pose.
 
NSXLNT said:
Bob, if that shot took second, I would love to see the first place shot. The emotion in the faces of the two animals is incredible. It would be cool to show that photo side by side with human subjects in a similar pose.

Thanks Keith. My photo "lost" to a photo of a cardinal in a tree during a snow/ice storm. It was a very good photo but in my obviously biased opinion I thought it was lacking the emotion I thought I had captured in mine. I took a series of photos of that mother and child and this particular shot was captured based upon the "inspiration" of Raphael's Madonna and Child painting.

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Does anyone else ever get the feeling that their pictures will NEVER be postable. I'm not sure whether this encourages me to press forward or to just give up all my equipment and go to a P&S. Expensive hobbies suck. Kevin
 
rickysals said:
are you a professional photographer??

Although I have sold some of my "work" including several track day assignments, I consider myself just a serious amateur. I am a lawyer by profession and have always relied upon photography as a means to relax but have found that the internet is not only a great way to show the photos but it also provides a market for them quite easily as well (my photo website link is in my signature).
 
NeoNSX said:
Absolutely magnificant photography. what camera did they use?
'Probably' something along the lines of a Canan EOS MarkII or the like. I'm certain it's a hell of a lot better than my Canan 20D. :biggrin:
 
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