Note:

 

I dont have a huge amount of spare time at the moment, and the Flickr update which has broken most of the greasmonkey scripts I used has meant Flickr really does use up too much time. As a result I cant do as much as I would like, so sorry if I seem to ignore you or dont join your great groups.

 

etrusia_uk. Get yours at bighugelabs.com/flickr

 

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Currently my camera kit consists of:

Nikon D800 (pictures)

Nikon D300 (pictures)

Nikon D80 (pictures)

60mm Holga Toy Lens (pictures)

Nikon 24 - 85mm lens (pictures)

Nikon 18 - 200mm VR Lens (pictures)

Nikon 35mm f/2 Prime lens (this is fantastic by the way) (Pictures)

Nikon 18 - 135mm lens (pictures)

Nikon 50mm f/1.8 prime lens (pictures)

Nikon 55 - 200mm VR lens (I actually hate this lens)

Sigma 10 - 20mm lens (pictures)

Sigma 18 - 50mm lens (pictures)

Sigma 70 - 200mm lens (pictures

Sigma 70 - 300mm lens (pictures)

Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro (pictures)

Sigma 150 - 500mm (pictures)

Vivitar 28 - 300mm lens (which reports itself as 30 - 290mm for some reason)

Manfrotto tripod

 

I tend to use a mixture of Photoshop, Lightroom, DCE Tools and Photomatix for software manipulation.

  

View my photos at bighugelabs.com

  

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Some incredible pictures by etrusia_uk. Great compositions. There are some transcendent colors and beautiful places. I love the HDRs.

April 12, 2008

Etrusia_UK sails the ship of photographic endeavour cross the the ocean of artistic opportunity to the archipelago of "that's interesting I wonder how that happened?", where the good ship berths in the port of aesthetic satisfaction. Each one of these photos is a postcard from that port. A postcard of... umm... I've ru… Read more

Etrusia_UK sails the ship of photographic endeavour cross the the ocean of artistic opportunity to the archipelago of "that's interesting I wonder how that happened?", where the good ship berths in the port of aesthetic satisfaction. Each one of these photos is a postcard from that port. A postcard of... umm... I've run out of florid metaphors. They're that good.

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February 10, 2008