DSLR, a history with norbs. (Bandwidth heavy post ahead)

What is your personal photographic journey? In a photographic sense, how did you start, and with what equipment? How have you progressed, and where are you, and your photographic skillset, placed today?

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Re: DSLR, a history with norbs. (Bandwidth heavy post ahead)

Postby latch on Sun Feb 22, 2009 11:04 pm

Thanks for sharing this story, it has been a very enjoyable read.

And you've given me a few ideas to try myself...

Nikon F50, D70, D200 ; Nikkor 35-80 D, 18-70 DX, 70-300 G, 50 f1.4D ; Manfrotto 190XproB tripod
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Postby surenj on Mon Feb 23, 2009 3:32 pm

There is no doubt that you have grown exponentially as a photographer... Great stuff. Keep it coming.
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Re: DSLR, a history with norbs. (Bandwidth heavy post ahead)

Postby craig.rohse on Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:15 pm

Nicely done Norbs, great read and fantastic photos.

Love the one with the digger and his VB.
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Re: DSLR, a history with norbs. (Bandwidth heavy post ahead)

Postby norbs on Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:10 pm

I have just posted the 4th part of the yearly update.


Thanks for looking.
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