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  1. Looking at your image and reading the comments has me somewhat confused……don’t know what I’m missing but you’ve certainly captured a beautiful sunrise….was this your day at Sandy Hook?

      1. It’s my home page, it’s static all I do is change the picture. My blog has my most recent posts!

  2. Hi Mike, I really love many of your photos. I love the picture you took of my brother Cos on his bike. I told Cos to get an enlargement for his office. I think I may do it for myself. The picture screamed “Top 10 best uses for 10mm” to me. I have a 10mm 2.8 Nikon fisheye, and a 10 – 24 mm zoom, and I love experimenting with both. I used the 10 – 24 when Cos and I went to New York in October, it was wonderful to have ultra-wide in tight quarters. I’m looking forward to next fall when I may do it again. I am waiting for Photomatix pro 4.1, and Lightroom 4 to arrive. I am expanding my interest into bracketed HDR photography, and both products come highly rated.
    I see a lot of comments suggesting that better glass might be the answer to better photos. My opinion is that better glass will increase opportunity, but that’s all. You have an eye for art, and it shows in many of your photos. You can put Picasso’s brush in my hand, and I assure you I won’t be able to paint like him. I’m still waiting for a chance to get out and use my newest camera. It is the Nikon D7000, and a big improvement from the D90, my last, but now backup camera.
    The D7000 has awesome low light abilities, so coupled with bright glass, my photo opportuniy just increased drastically. I’m very eager to se my first HDR shots. Take care – Joe Massimino

    1. Hey Joe, thanks for looking at my blog. Yes Cos showed me some of the shots from your trip to NYC and yes a wide angle is definitely needed in the big apple.
      Well if your getting into HDR Photomatix is the way to go, I’ve had it for 4-5 years already and it’s my favorite for HDR. Steep learning curve as I’m still learning the little things that make it work. If I can be of any help let me know. I may do a hangout on Google+ about HDR soon if your interested. Lightroom is the best, I’ve been using it for quite a few years as well. I use it in conjunction with plug-ins from Topaz Labs, Nik Silver Efex Pro and Photoshop Elements 10. These do everything I need and more.
      Good luck with the new Nikon, seems to be a pretty good camera…being a Canon guy I’ve been looking to go full frame like the 5D Mark 11 but just can’t pull the trigger, a bit pricey. Maybe one of these days!
      Thanks again for the post and let me know if I can help.

  3. I’ve put off commenting because I wanted to say just the right thing. But my “right thing” is just that I love this. The colors, the textures, the way the lights and darks play together…it’s all fantastic. I think it’s perfect just like it is!

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