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Owtafocus

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    Male
  • Location
    California

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  • Website
    www.jeffreysipress.com

Camera Gear

  • Camera List
    XPro1, Canon 5D2,1Ds3, 5Ds-r
  • Lens List
    lot's of 'em.
  1. The Narrow Gauge

    Thank you, gentlemen. Glad to hear that you Londoners are also preserving the wonderful heritage of the steam locomotive era.
  2. The Narrow Gauge

    This is recently restored Southern Pacific Narrow Gauge #18 4-6-0 at the Laws site near Bishop, CA, USA. I've been working in the style and technology-look of the early 50's. I hope this takes you way back. XPro2 w/ 18-55.
  3. I found no compelling reason for this update to the firmware. And after following this thread, glad I didn't. V.3.0 is working just fine and whatever new 'features' the update may provide, I don't need them.
  4. You don't need instructions to play with an iPad. Just press the button and pick some apps. Yes, one probably will guide you. Don't you have a smartphone? It's the same idea.
  5. yellow bellied marmot greeting

    Great image of these cute guys! I believe they are called golden mantle marmots.
  6. The Narrows

    Nice image. I love it in there. Looks to be good water flowing in this image.
  7. Dead camera

    remove the grip. Test again.
  8. sequoiaroad1.jpg

    Entering Sequoia Nat'l Park in California recently through a nice fog layer. Dogwoods didn't hurt.
  9. Triple lens belt holder

    Interesting concept, but I'll stick with my ThinkTank belt pack system for actual protection.
  10. A couple of snaps from Cuba

    Nice imaging Peter. I loved the cars, people, structures, and the cobblestone roads when I was there. Let's see more.
  11. I “HEART” CACTUS

    Beautiful buds about to bloom. I thought you must live in Arizona!
  12. XT2 and XP2 firmware tomorrow 23 March list

    Great! I can actually some of that on my XPro2.
  13. The Carizzo Plain, CA

    Spring green coats the valleys and hills of this national monument now. Then it's dry and brown the rest of the year. First outing with my new 50-140. Used my XPro2.
  14. Freesia

    Thanks, Marco. I look for that 'compromise' of DOF and background with one aperture setting. I'm happy with these results. I am not in the church of always wide open and the blurriest background your can get. Sometimes I can't achieve what I want. I consider focus stacking then, tho I have little experience with it.
  15. Rannuculous

    Bulbs are blooming in the garden now!
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