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Terry J. Graham
Very nice, I am very envious of your location. If you have the time please visit my little corner of PBase.......thanks
I wanted to purchase of your 2011 Arizona Ironman photos. Is that possible? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Great variety of great images. Will be back in Sedona for the winter. These shots make me ready !!!
Came across your profile looking for pics of Horton Creek. Fantastic stuff man. Would you be willing to divulge the location of your most recent Mogollon Rim pics, the ones with your wife/girlfriend/friend on the rock outcropping (/scorpius/image/136135366)?
Here's a site that has 400 F2.8 + TC20 III test shots in case you're still interested.
naturalart dot ca and go to bio then field tests, then converter link at bottom. Enjoy.
I'm not a member so I had to post it this way.
Hello, I was going trough your photos of the 2011 Ford Arizona IronMAN, they are excellent. I found one that is me. Do you sell your photos?
Please contact me at: email@example.com
Have a wonderful day.
I want to purchase my mounted shooter picture. Need ASAP. please email me back.
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)
Many thanks for your daily support my friend!
I am attracted by your beautiful galleries...
I have looked at a good number of your photos and I am quite impressed! I wish I had as much talent. Keep up the great work!
All the best
Thanks for the comments on my recent airshow images. I've been a fan of your work as well - your most recent Blue Angels shots are stunning. I'll be in Sedona this weekend - if you have any suggestions on great photo spots, please let me know.
Great Cardinal pictures. You are one heck of a photographer.
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)
I been in AZ last mont.....
Nice pic in your Gall my friend.
I add your nickname in my fav list.
Bravo!! Very impressive with your captures..Greeting from Hong Kong!!
I enjoyed your images. Keep up the good work.
Many excellent images! I particularly liked the equipment and Las Vegas galleries.
I N V U. Great Photographer!!! Good luck forever!!! lol
Good morning and my best regards from Madeira island, Portugal. I discovered your work while searching the internet for informations regarding the Nikon D300 and D700 operational performances. Personal opinions regarding your work aside (although I've found all the galleries really beautiful), I've noticed your evolution over the times with the Nikon equipment. First with the D70, next with the D40X and the D300 and the latest work is already done with the D700 (forgive me if I didn't pay attention and one or two might be missing). That evolution in equipment gives you a strong knowledge, I imagine, in the Nikon digital world. And there lies the core of my comment: your advice. I've been shooting digitally with a Nikon D40X for the past year (and before that, only film) and I'm now thinking to upgrade to a newer body, more "professional" so to speak, and leaving for the D40X the role of back-up. Being the D700 out of reach for the moment, I've decided for the D300 that we can buy in Europe now for 1200 euros (quite a big diference from the 1900 euros it costed one year ago). Although, for digital standards, it's already a jurassic body, it seems to be a very reliable piece of equipment. And, as your good photos show us, capable of great achievements in outdoors, in landscapes, in portraits and (so it seems) in low light. Since I'm going to use it mostly in the kind of photography that I've mentioned above, what do you think about my decision? Is she up for the job, or am I going the be defrauded later on and wish I've bought the D700 instead? What are your personal remarks and opinion about this body?
Thank you so much for your patiente and attention.
My best wishes.
Thank you for your wonderful photographs.
I am a newcomer to the English Guild of Aviation Artists and I would love to be able to use one of your photographs as a basis for an oil painting. We have Fairford Airbase nearby in Wiltshire and it uses B-52's. I am a useless photographer. You can have a peek at my work (please) at www.darknesstolight.co.uk
I would be willing to send you a print of one of my locomotives (or the F-14's) in exchange for your kinfd permission. Best wishes Fredereick James Taylor
William-L, yes no prob's... I uploaded 3x full-size images at:
The D700 + 14-24 makes for an excellent landscape setup. best... dj ;)
Thanks much for the D700 posts - Is there a way I could view one D700 landscape photo at full size. Here's why - I am debating relative value (especially in outdoor-landscape) of D700 vs the new Canon 5D MKII 21mp. Two things are important in the comparison to me Dynamic Range and Detail/Sharpness. Either choice represents a costly path for me of invenstments in body and new lens. So, I don't want to switch after I commit. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Hi, I'm the president of the ACMSA, saw your pictures from our shoot at Westworld. Have some members, me included that would like to purchase a picture. Also would like to know if we could use any for our website, www.acmsa.com. Can you contact me at my email address, thanks!
I have seen your aviation shots on pbase and really like your work. I have a new photography forum and we have a section dedicated to aviation where you can share your work, get comment/critique on it, and can also help others by leaving comment/critique on their work. We have a really great group of guys on there and would love for you to join and share you work too. We also have many other dedicated photo sections
Hope to see you on the site
Ryan Miller; Owner & Founder pixelperfectforum.com
Thanks so much for the great photos of the Commandant's Own D & B performance during the airshow. Did you happen to notice one of the soprano buglers who stood about 6'10"? That's m'boy!
Overland Park, KS
Greetings from Chandler, AZ. You've got a really nice collection of shots. You'll recognize a lot of the same places over on my galleries! :O)