Voldenuit wrote:I've been keeping an eye out for wedding photographers of late, and I certainly appreciate your style.
Looking for Knowledge wrote:When drunk.....
I want to have sex, but find I am more likely to be shot down than when I am sober.
Heiwashin wrote:jobo, is that the place that makes those super ultra mega heart attack on a plate burgers with something like 50 ingrediants including ice cream and ****.
FireGryphon wrote:jobodaho, awesome pics! How's the Sigma 8-16 working out overall? I'm trying to decide between it and the Canon 10-22. When you shoot weddings, what lenses do you use most?
Geatian wrote:Love the praying mantis picture, Vold. I used to play with those as a kid; that one looks wayyy cooler than what you can find in Oregon, though.
ludi wrote:ludi wrote:Jobodaho -- Where did you shoot the ghost town images?
According to the reviews, the Tamron is so soft wide open that its one-stop advantage isn't usable.
JustAnEngineer wrote:According to the reviews, the Tamron is so soft wide open that its one-stop advantage isn't usable.
photozone.de wrote:Macro lenses usually are very sharp and the Tamron 60 is no exception to this rule. Wide open, center and border show very good sharpness, stopped down to f/4 the resolution figures are excellent.
jobodaho wrote:While my family was roaming around shopping in Breckenridge I found a small little area between stores with a ton of old equipment strewn about...the area was quite small, but I did my best to make the most of it.
Beomagi wrote:Vold, that butterfly is stunning. Makes me want that 45mm
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