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Old May 4th, 2016, 06:27 PM
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The opinions expressed by me in this thread apply to me alone. They are based on me having studied the vast amount of photos, I have made, and reside in my photographic archive.

So please, take the views expressed by me, with lots of lumps of salt and a very generous sprinkling of hot Jamaican crushed peppers.

Irrespective of whether an image is ' good ' or ' bad ', I can tell which camera was with me when I made
a certain image. In the vast majority of cases. I have used a number of cameras over the years.

Uncanny! I have found that I gravitate towards certain subjects, a certain ' way ' of making an image dependent on which camera I used ( or must have used ). Nothing to do with the memory of a place or activity.

From the many images, I have posted on OPF; here is a selection of some. Apologies to repeat them, but data is of a time past..not some projected data of future images...yet to be taken!!

The first is a fairly recent one..relatively speaking.

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Old May 4th, 2016, 10:37 PM
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The opinions expressed by me in this thread apply to me alone. They are based on me having studied the vast amount of photos, I have made, and reside in my photographic archive.

So please, take the views expressed by me, with lots of lumps of salt and a very generous sprinkling of hot Jamaican crushed peppers.

Irrespective of whether an image is ' good ' or ' bad ', I can tell which camera was with me when I made
a certain image. In the vast majority of cases. I have used a number of cameras over the years.

Uncanny! I have found that I gravitate towards certain subjects, a certain ' way ' of making an image dependent on which camera I used ( or must have used ). Nothing to do with the memory of a place or activity.

From the many images, I have posted on OPF; here is a selection of some. Apologies to repeat them, but data is of a time past..not some projected data of future images...yet to be taken!!

The first is a fairly recent one..relatively speaking.

Fahim,

You do not have to prepare us for seeing pictures again. We will enjoy the journey you take us on!

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Old May 4th, 2016, 11:54 PM
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I started a thread sometime back.

I include a link to it, for your convenience....

No words...Just Images

That was done, specifically when we do not have to ' prepare ' folks for seeing pictures; once or again.
Sure you must have enjoyed the journey that specific thread has taken people on.
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Old April 19th, 2018, 04:41 AM
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I use Nikon 850. This benefits me. Its have focus stacking. Operation and settings not hard.
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Old April 20th, 2018, 09:17 AM
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Great, Mizanur.

Please share some images from your camera with us.

Thank you.

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