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  1. My Family Picture

    My son, myself, and my wife.


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    now thats a great idea!!!
    Canon EOS 30D With grip, various lenses and stuff...

    see my pics at www.brokenfencephotography.com

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    Sweet! nicely done, Ready made frames
    The name is Winston, but please call me Sandy, and never late for dinner.
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    Wonderful, enlightening, and a darn good shot!

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    You even turn a family photo into street photography - I LOVE it!

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    Very unique family photo... cool stuff.

    "Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter..."
    Ansel Adams


    "... So don't choke and screw it up!" Me

    Mike Collins



    Canon 5DMk3 (gripped), 17-40L f/4, 24-70L f/2.8 II, 70-200L f/2.8 IS II, 100 f/2.8 Macro, 135L f/2, 200L f/1.8, TC1.4 II, TC2 III, 600EX-RT (2), ST-E3-RT
    Sigma 15 f/2.8 Fisheye

  7. Thanks for looking and the comments all, much appreciated. This was taken last Saturday, after my son's swimming lessons. He wanted to have lunch at a Japanese restaurant so off we went to this place at Elmhurst, Queens. While waiting for our food to arrive, I saw something interesting out on the streets so I went out to take a picture. Going back, I saw my family by the window, saw my reflection, and snapped off a few shots. They turned out to be more interesting than the photo I went outside for in the first place

    I will be posting a color version later ... I'm not sure which is better and I would like your opinions on it.

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    That is really a great shot, I wondered how you thought to do it. Thanks for showing us your family.
    "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Canon 5D
    Rebel XT - IR converted
    and a bunch of lenses

  9. Thanks, silver and gold, it really is best to have a camera handy so that one can take advantage of any photographic opportunity that comes along.

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    creative idea, awome job getting the reflection to not overpower your family yet keep you visable
    http://www.dslocum-photography.com

    Nikon D300
    Nikon 18-200VR
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    Nikon SB-600

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