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Old 06-30-2010   #1
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A couple of weeks ago Uncle Frank and I met in San Jose to shoot the Rosicrusian Egyptian Museum.
Then we had a wonderful lunch at Antonella's where Frank took this shot of me.

Since we do not post shots we take of each other, I'm posting this.

Model = NIKON D700
Exposure Time = 1/1000"
F Number = F1.4
Exposure Program = Aperture priority
ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Focal Length = 85mm


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Camel meetsups are awesome!!! Love this!!!
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Camel meetsups are awesome!!! Love this!!!
Thanks for looking, Maurice! We have shot each other many time over the years.
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wow, nice one!

For a moment I thought I was seeing Phil Jackson, coach of the Lakers http://doublethepost.files.wordpress...ks-a-smile.jpg
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wow, nice one!

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wow, nice one!

For a moment I thought I was seeing Phil Jackson, coach of the Lakers http://doublethepost.files.wordpress...ks-a-smile.jpg
Thanks wolfden!
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Nice portrait. You just got to love that 85 f/1.4. He did a very nice job with the razor thin DOF.
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Nice portrait. You just got to love that 85 f/1.4. He did a very nice job with the razor thin DOF.
Thanks, gsk! Yes, he did, and that lens is a beaut!
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A couple of weeks ago Uncle Frank and I met in San Jose to shoot the Rosicrusian Egyptian Museum.
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It was a very enjoyable afternoon, Ken. We'll have to do it again.
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It was a very enjoyable afternoon, Ken. We'll have to do it again.
You betcha!


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