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  1. #1
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    Default Photos from Scenesat Blast Off!

    I have uploaded some photos from the Blast off of Scenesat Radio that can
    be found at http://noirphotographer.com/v/Scenesat/

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    Nice pics, thanks for posting.

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    EPIC

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    Who's who on the pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noir View Post
    I have uploaded some photos from the Blast off of Scenesat Radio that can
    be found at http://noirphotographer.com/v/Scenesat/

    Nice photos Ms Noir =)

    What camera model are you using and what lens? (couldn't be found in the EXIF info) One thing that would make my day would be if you tagged the pictures with the corresponding nick, so that those of us that weren't attending the launch in physical, also could find out who's who =)

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    Now I've done a quick tagging of the pics here in the forum. For more detailed tagging, go to Facebook.
    A SceneSat Radio DJ and staffer | AmigaRemix and Remix64 head honcho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziphoid View Post
    Now I've done a quick tagging of the pics here in the forum. For more detailed tagging, go to Facebook.
    That was fast! Thanx a bunch Z! =)

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    I'm using Nikon D80

    On Scenesat Launch I used two lenses.

    For the most group shots you can see I have used my Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5
    For the shots of one person or two as in some cases I have been using my beloved Nikon AF-D 50mm f1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noir View Post
    I'm using Nikon D80

    On Scenesat Launch I used two lenses.

    For the most group shots you can see I have used my Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5
    For the shots of one person or two as in some cases I have been using my beloved Nikon AF-D 50mm f1.4
    Nice lenses =) Both lenses seem good for taking shots in poor light conditions. I have a Nikon D40, but will upgrade to a D90 whenever I can afford it. I don't have the 1.4 lens, but it's little brother, the F1.8 one, it was a bargain so I couldn't resist buying it. Quite a hassle with no AF, but it works for non moving objects, and together with a magnifying lens/filter, you can get quite nice effects =) Btw. found your page on www.fotosidan.se, but no pictures, boohoo (I've already looked at the pics at your web page, nice photos indeed)

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    I'm not a big fan of www.fotosidan.se because of the heavy seriousness in it and the critical part is very heavy too and i'm kind of not ready to take that stuffs.

    However, you can find more of my work at http://noirangel.deviantart.com if you're interested

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