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Old 16th June 2013
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At Zuiko's Request

In the thread Busy Busy Busy, John (Zuiko) requested sight of an image taken with a Nikon.
I have attached it here. If anyone is offended due to this being an Olympus forum I will gladly remove it.
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

Nice, a good shot's a good shot whatever tools you used to get it.
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

As above thats a great shot would be interested in the D7100?

OK I will go and wash my mouth out.
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

It would have been a shame to have missed this! I love inversions but don't get to see many these days. This one is a cracker and I love the delicate pinks and blues that merge into each other. Thanks Jon.
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

Liking this a lot.............
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

That IS lovely! Just shows, it's down to the photographer in the end!
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

A beautiful shot of a fascinating meteorological phenomenon.

The image is what matters.

Does anyone question what brand of brushes an artist uses or the make of chisel employed by a sculptor? They are simply tools.

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Re: At Zuiko's Request

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A beautiful shot of a fascinating meteorological phenomenon.

The image is what matters.

Does anyone question what brand of brushes an artist uses or the make of chisel employed by a sculptor? They are simply tools.

Regards.
That's what I like about this forum and why I encourage people to post non Olympus pictures. I think we have a greater ratio of photographers to fanboys than any other brand!
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

Loved this shot when I first saw it on Flickr - glad John encouraged you to post it here.

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That's what I like about this forum and why I encourage people to post non Olympus pictures. I think we have a greater ratio of photographers to fanboys than any other brand!
Absolutely agree!
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Re: At Zuiko's Request

Yes it is the results that count
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