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Mike - I would like to use some of your photos of Piedmont Park in a YouTube Music video - track entitled "Piedmont Park". The video would reference your name as the photographer etc. Not for profit - although the video could indirectly lead to profit if people like my music. Would you be open to this and if so, what would be your terms/requirements? Thanks. Mike Murray www.mikemurraymusic.com.
Really great pics of your little Layne. I'm researching the Canon EF 50mm 1.4 USM lens, to go with the Canon EOS 60D I am about to buy. Just had my first child 3 months ago, and found your pics a real inspiration of a similar thing I want to do.
Hi Mike! I love your pictures...do you sell them? Thanks!
I'm placing a puzzle geocache in Sandy Springs that's focusing on the King & Queen bldgs, and I'd like permission to use your image noted below as the background image for the page. I would of course attribute it to you and have a link to your galleries.
I stumbled across your galleries and would like to compliment on you on your great pics!!!
Great family and dog photos. I'm just regaining an interest in photography and also have quite a few posted on Pbase.
Omaha (Papillion), Nebraska
fantastic galleries, beautiful work.
hey mike walker long time no see, would love to see ya cheryl h
That is so wonderful for you to get to see so much I'm very happy for you God Bless Patsy
Im in Atlanta and your galleries really do the city justice. Awesome work.
My copy was not the VC version of this lens, and I found that at the longer telephoto lengths and at F/6.3, I had a low keeper rate due to camera shake. So I upgraded to the Sigma 18-200 OS version as my lightweight walk around lens. I initially ordered the Tamron 28-300 VC at the time it was originally expected to ship (late summer 2007), but then Tamron pushed the release date due to technical problems, so I cancelled the order and ordered the Sigma 18-200 OS instead. The Tamron would have worked on my 5D, and the Sigma only works on my 30D, but since I mainly use it as a casual walk around lens, I decided that was okay. I am generally satisfied with the Sigma. I cant compare it to the current versions of the Tamron 10x zooms since my Tamron was a circa 2002 model, but I can say that the 18mm on the wide end makes the Sigma a better choice for a 1.6x APS-C DSLR like the 30D. I would have preferred the Tamron 28-300 VC on my 5D, but I needed (wanted) a lightweight, image stabilized walk around lens for a couple of trips I had coming up at the time, and decided I couldnt wait for the Tamron to be released.
Some great shots. Why did you sell your tamron 28-300? I just got one and I am finding I need to use the manual focus for great distance shots. Thought about the sigma 18-200 but not sure.
is your daughter i think its messed up how you went to newyork with out me...
i still love you though..
can you take me next time lol
Cool pictures Cuz!!!!! Keep them coming.
Wow! beautiful....good job!
Hey Mike. Its Josh Anderson from the sheriff's dept. Its been a while since I have talked to you. Hope your family is doing well also. I finally bought a Nikon D50. Write me back sometime. I would like to hear from you.
only searching for some sample pics of the Sigma 18-200os lense i found your page and what to tell more than ... impressive ... great pictures. Your pics showed me that i am not doing big mistakes by getting this lense too ;o)
Thx for sharing them with us!
amazing pictures of yours...u really amazed me with some of ur incredible shots... hats off to you
I was Looking through your pictures and I enjoyed viewing them. This is why I should dropped by a message to tell you that.
THanks For sharing
You have a fantastic selection of photos...i appreciate your comments on the sigma 18-200 os lens as i am in a dilema about buying it..cheers