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 Post subject: Carnevale di Venezia
PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2011 10:07 pm 
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Hello everyone, I spent this past weekend at Carnevale in Venice and had an amazing time. Aside from having camera envy for most of the day, seeing people walking around with D3's and D3S's oh and a Hasselblad HD-60, I manage to take a few good pictures. I posted them on my flickr so take a look and leaves comments for me. Hope you enjoy!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tlempke/se ... 084154885/

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A Really good set, I like how you got a full frame of the faces, not to sure how close you got to them, did you get anyone complaining?

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Very nice


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No complaints from anyone at all, I was using my 70-300 (105-450 on my DX sensor which really was nice having the extra length) for the photos so I was never closer than 6 feet. Honestly, it was one big photo shoot. There were plenty of other semi pro and pro photographers there with multiple cameras and long glass. Most photographers were using a 70-200 2.8 and some were using wide angles. One guy I saw had a 300 2.8 mounted on a D3s. The models spend the entire day there letting people take photos of them, if you ask they will hand you their business card. Thanks for looking!

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Canon PowerShot SX100IS
Olympus OM-1's and OM-2's with assorted lenses
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31919038@N03/
http://www.flickr.com/groups/nikond90club/


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