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    Finally purchased a decent digital SLR !
    I want this to be a place to share some of the pics of NYC I'll be taking,
    while relearning how to take photos without film.










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    Very nice. Looks like you're having fun already.

    I recognize this from the walkway along Pier 57 -- one of the few crusty places left along the west side waterfront ...

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    And the drummers out front of the Gansevoort Market buildings ... are they there every weekend?

    (I saw [heard] them there last Saturday afternoon.)

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    Right on both counts- the drummers are often there on weeknights as well

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    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scumonkey View Post

    Great shots! I love this one.

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    Thanks
    Here are a few shots from tonight.









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    Last full harvest moon to fall on the first day of autumn for the next 29 years!



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    Cool Shots!

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    Happy Halloween!

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    I'm overwhelmed, scumonkey. I recognize some requests. Tripod is paying off? Photoshop stuff is prerogative of an artist.

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    These photos are "most awesome" and I say that with a Bill and Ted accent, but what kind of sick puppy spends more than 100 bucks on a camera? Hey, why not get one of these babies and go all out?

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    I'm overwhelmed, scumonkey. I recognize some requests. Tripod is paying off? Photoshop stuff is prerogative of an artist.
    Thanks- yes the tripod is making things both a joy (better pics) and a pain (more security hassles), but well worth it.
    Your requests should pop up here now and then, as i find the time to visit the spaced out areas they are located at.

    what kind of sick puppy spends more than 100 bucks on a camera?
    I don't know what kind of sick puppy but...
    Any professional artist or photographer who can use a camera to make money for paying their bills!
    One can easily spend more than 10 X $100 for a truly high end digital DSLR camera,
    and If you want to enlarge pics to any decent size, a cheap point and shoot won't cut it.
    (not even with all the photoshoping in the world- just not enough pixels to go around).
    I agree paying Leica prices can be ridiculous, but this Pentax (a brand which I've collected
    lenses for over 17 years) cost way under $1000- the average starting price for a low end professional model.

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