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Peter Sussex24-Dec-2010 15:28
Dear Richard,
I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and hope that Santa brings you everything on your wish list. May you have a very Happy and Healthy New Year too!
Ryan 06-Dec-2008 07:20
I am in a Visual Communication Program at Itt-Tech and need to make a post for a class project. The poster needs to represent motion with a sports theme. I have been trying to find a picture of a basket ball hoop as a background. Your picture titled "Hoop Dreams" is the first I have seen, out of many, that fits what I have been looking for. I was wondering if I my use your picture for my project. Sorry about the long comment. Thank you.
Karen 25-Jul-2006 06:24
Enjoyed a lot!
Guest 23-Jul-2006 01:29
who is richard rich nguyen
Long Bach Nguyen23-Feb-2006 08:21
Thanks for the kind words on some of the pictures. I enjoyed views your many galleries and will leave comments. Again thanks, Long
Michael Jaye20-Dec-2004 03:53
Thanks for your kind words. I enjoyed your zoo photos a great deal.

EMangl28-Oct-2004 12:37
was a very nice time in your galleries, had to look for some photos :-)

have fun:
Guest 03-Aug-2004 03:37
Rich, congrats! Now your landscape and nature gallery is among the popular galleries!

Now, more sunsets lovers can see your great photos! Keep up the great job. I'll come back to look for more.


Guest 22-Jul-2004 20:07
Hi Richard. I have not encountered any focusing problems of the 100-400 with the Mark II just yet. It works pretty fast but not comparing to the 70-200 IS which is super fast; focusing accuratecy is also superb! Although many setups are required on the body itself, plus the combinations of the custom functions, and the center-only focusing point should do most fast moving wildlife. I have found using the center-only point and the Av mode work the best, although sharpness from the Mark II come still come out quite soft, even on-camera sharpness was set to +5 (max), post process for sharpening in PS is often required. Colors are superb! Hope this help! Regards.
Lisa17-Jul-2004 22:16
Richard: Thank you for the nice comments you left in my galleries. It has given me the opportunity to enjoy the galleries you have put together here. Having lived in San Diego, it has brought back some wonderful memories of sitting on the beaches at sunset. Wonderful work.
jypsee15-Jun-2004 03:59
Hi...thanks for the nice comments and the vote for my FLEUR gallery.
fsl05-Jan-2004 08:06
I liked your animal pictures very much!
-- F.S. Lee
Mike 13-Nov-2003 12:38
the 1Ds is a spectacular camera...have you found any short-comings as of yet?