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rbsandor

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rbsandor last won the day on 19 June 2014

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About rbsandor

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  • Birthday 22/03/1943

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  • Real Name
    Richard Sandor
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Denver CO
  • Photographic Interests
    Wildlife, sports and travel photography.
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    Yes
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    Olympus and Nikon
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    Olympus 12-100
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  1. rbsandor

    Cats and Dogs

    Noct: very few photos have captured the essence of a bleak, rainy day better than this one. The sole individual lends to the loneliness of the scene.
  2. Caveat emptor by Mikes captures the moment. http://www.fotozones.com/live/uploads/monthly_09_2014/post-1989-0-18316100-1412078364.jpg
  3. I like them all and think your choice of black and white with the one exception was a great one. Numbers 1,3 and 4 are made much more dramatic by virtue of their lack of color. Congratulations on an exceptional series. Richard
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    Caveat emptor

    Beautiful toning and spot on capture of the moment. Only nit would be to have a bit more room on the right. Great nonetheless. Richard
  5. Ann: Happy Birthday with many more to come. In addition to being a very good photographer, Ann is also very good company. I very much enjoyed my time spent with her on a safari a few years back. Ann is the person for whom the phrase "good things come in small packages" was coined. Richared
  6. Tom Hook has posted a wonderful series of photos. All are worthy of consideration, but these two stood out for me. http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/56510-to-autumn-“close-bosom-friend-of-the-maturing-sun”/
  7. Loved #1 and loved it even more when I scrolled upwards to eliminate the branches in the bottom right. It was then rendered more as a panorama. What do you think of that approach? Richard
  8. There are Milky Way photos and then there's Ranger Rich's. It's super. http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/56408-24-image-milky-way-panorama/
  9. Very nice capture of color and shape. Did you shoot it with the fish just a bit lower in the frame? Richard
  10. Armando: you beat me to the punch for Alan's photo by 21 minutes. Richard
  11. Thomas summed it up perfectly, so I'll just say "well done". Richard
  12. A unique and uncommon shot of the common loon by Foveola seen here http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/56279-splash-down-common-loon-greasing-the-landing/ Michael Kan posted this Wow shot http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/56291-cadillacs/ Harrie's photo is excellent in all aspects http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/56284-i-am-lonely/
  13. Bjorn: thanks for that info re the cache. That's a big improvement over the D7100. Wonder what the rationale was for limiting the shutter to 1/4000 and sync speed to 1/200 as the camera is being marketed as an action camera? Nikon giveth and Nikon taketh away I suppose.
  14. Has anyone seen any info regarding the capacity of the cache? Thanks, Richard
  15. Ditto for the Excellent and Wow. I've never seen a photo in which the birds' feet are retracted and still visible during landing. And, there's a reflection as well. Richard
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