Phototopic EHAM 6-12-2008 UPDATED

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Post by Polecat »

Strange post.. Everyone can try and make photos the way someone wants to do it.. If someone wants to try Nusties "eye"way, let them, who are we to tell them no..??

It's kind of an honor.. Great shots Nusty
I am in no way telling anyone to do or not to do things, I just couldn't help noticing that there is a thin line between being amazed and influenced by such a great photographer and trying to become an clone depsite lacking quality in both 'eye' and equipment..

Ofcourse, keep trying everybody, no hard feelings, enjoy your hobby in your own way please!!
But personally I feel that I have seen a lot of pics that -to say it a bit blunt maybe- are too much mils on any part of any aircraft in any kind of conditions that have no added value imho. I'm sure (photographers like) Nusty make hundreds of pics and post the few that made the cut. Not any detail shot makes a great pic....

But again, please, everyone should live their hobby their own way, this thought just came across me when I surfed the photoforum today....

Grtz
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Post by Andras »

LoL, no hard feelings, it's more clear now..

Greetz
Groet,

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Post by Cornholio »

What kind of hardware do you use Nusty? And are you cropping your pics a lot or do you take them like we see?
Canon EOS 550D
Canon EOS 450D
Canon EOS 40D
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Tamron 18-50 F2.8
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Post by nustyR »

Tahnk you all for the kind words :D
Cornholio wrote:What kind of hardware do you use Nusty? And are you cropping your pics a lot or do you take them like we see?
I use the old Canon EOS 5D with the Canon EF 500mm F/4
I crop my pictures really a lot, sometimes I think of changing my nickname into cropmaster or something.


mipo72 wrote:Hi,

@ Nusty, shot number 17 with the touch-down maingear is truly awesome. :onfire: :agree: :yourock:
Keep posting shots like these.

Grt,
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Thank you, actually it is a lift off :idea: :wink: :lol:
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Post by Cornholio »

Nice equipment. Maybe i had to improve mine also, very great pics. I can crop also a lot, but than it isn't sharp enough...
Canon EOS 550D
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Post by Boudewijn van Oirschot »

Wow! Everyone is showing very nice pictures here. Respect to all the photos here 8) It was enjoying for a while!!

Keep them comin' :D
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