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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Back From Argentina

Well, I am back, safe and well from Northern Argentina. What an incredible country! What an incredible trip! What fabulous photographic opportunities this country offers! Each day afforded a level of diversity in images I have never before experienced in any other country in the world, and I have seen my share. To photograph festivals and cultural events, portraits, landscapes, wildlife and social documentary images in the space of a day was not unusual, and the diversity of each of these categories changed daily with each new location, each new adventure.

It even changed my own appearance! (Photo courtesy: Bob 'El Presidente' Cook.)
My Nikon D200 performed brilliantly, producing 10 megapixel images that I can use for almost any purpose. I also used a Ricoh GR Digital for some of the candid 'street' images. Lenses ranged from my Tamron 11 -18 through to my 300mm AF-ID Nikkor. My favourites were the new Tamron 17-50 f2.8, my AF NIkkor 80-200 f2.8 and my 85mm f1.8, the lens I live in.

1 comment:

Leann said...

Altho the Argentina pics were not there I thoroughly enjoyed looking at the others. I especially liked the two photoes on the Norfolk Island site of the trees backlit by the sun, the colors were absolutely fabulous.

I'm glad I stumbled across this site.

thank you

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