Impressions of D-7000

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Impressions of D-7000

Postby H Smith » Thu 6 Jan 2011 19:43

Hi Everybody,
It's good to find a lot of the olf Fuji Forum members in this new location.
I still have an S-5 but use it less and less for landscapes, my main form of photography.
It's still wonderful for landscapes.
I have been working on a Website for about nine months which is somewhat diverse in subject matter,
but includes much about photography.
It slowly gaining readership month by month.
Here's a link to my impressions of my new Nikon D-7000.
I would particularly value this groups input on my efforts.
http://henrysmithscottage.wordpress.com/

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Re: Impressions of D-7000

Postby ADeVos » Fri 7 Jan 2011 13:11

Particularely beautiful landscape on top of your blog. Congratulations!

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Greetings from Belgium
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Re: Impressions of D-7000

Postby H Smith » Sat 8 Jan 2011 05:45

Andre,
Thanks for your kind comments. I particularly enjoyed capturing that image, taken on a ridge near to where I reside.
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Re: Impressions of D-7000

Postby H Smith » Sat 8 Jan 2011 05:48

BTW In my original post, I meant to say that the S5 is wonderful for portraits (Although the header image on the website was an S5 capture).
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