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  1. #91
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    In the garden this morning...Grevillea 'Peaches and Cream'.

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    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery



  2. #92
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    In the garden again...'Pond Life'.

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    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery

  3. #93
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    A nice shot on a sunny beach after rainstorm. This is the inside of a boat with lot if rain water inside.

    Floating in Boat Water by Panagiotis Adamopoulos, on Flickr

    I don't know how to put the exif data... Newbie...
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  4. #94
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    And another one from me. From the same place that the above photo was taken.



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    This time with exif!
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  5. #95
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    A 1930s silo near Melbourne, Australia is now being used as a restaurant named 'The Piggery'. Extremely popular with locals and tourists alike, self sustainment is the key. Growing their own vegetables, including truffles, which I think are the only truffles produced in Australia, it has 2 silos that are covered in dead Wisteria vines, I think. They also have their own pigs but I'm not assuming anything about the end product of them!!

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    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery

  6. #96
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Whilst I should have taken a wide shot of the two silos, this will have to do, I'm afraid. Soaring about 50 metres into the air, I was fascinated by the vine that had strangled them. Is it Wisteria? I don't know but it made for some interesting photos.

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    I found a dragon...

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    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery

  7. #97
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    Tried a new lens last night. Clear sky with an 'almost' full moon.

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    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery

  8. #98
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by brads View Post
    Tried a new lens last night. Clear sky with an 'almost' full moon.

    Post Your D7200 Photos-moon3.jpg
    Great shot. What lens did you try out
    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.

  9. #99
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by paul14086 View Post
    Great shot. What lens did you try out
    @paul14086 I used my Tamron 150-600 for the first time. Hard to get used to and I was surprised how fast that bloody moon moved! I call myself a beginner but I'm happy with the results.
    Cheers!
    brads - Brad Smith - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    D7200 with various lenses.
    I worked as a makeup artist in the film and TV industry here in Australia. Now retired.
    http://www.bradsmith.net.au It's just a record of my life really. There's a few funny photos there. My Gallery

  10. #100
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Yeah I have the same lens and the d7200. I'd be stoked with that shot. I need to wait till its less of a full moon to try and get more creators in focus
    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.





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