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Feb 16, 2020 20:42 |  #37351

Renata, food looks good. What is that meat dish in the middle? BTW - I just looked at a picture of 90mm f2.8 and it seems to have threads on the lens front.


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Feb 16, 2020 20:48 |  #37352

bobbyz wrote in post #19010895 (external link)
Renata, food looks good. What is that meat dish in the middle? BTW - I just looked at a picture of 90mm f2.8 and it seems to have threads on the lens front.

Good stuff. Looks like tikka masala or butter chicken


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Feb 16, 2020 20:51 as a reply to  @ mystik610's post |  #37353

Carlo, it's the Kashmiri version of chicken tikka masala. Delicious and made from scratch :)


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Feb 16, 2020 20:53 |  #37354

bobbyz wrote in post #19010895 (external link)
Renata, food looks good. What is that meat dish in the middle? BTW - I just looked at a picture of 90mm f2.8 and it seems to have threads on the lens front.

Thanks, Bobby. It's the Kashmiri version of chicken tikka masala.
I've been looking at my lens and can't see any thread...feeling dumb :)


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Feb 16, 2020 21:23 |  #37355

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Ok, here is some Indian food I cooked from scratch the other day. Not the greatest shots as I never have time to style anything...everybody just wants to dig in.


But I do have a question: my Sony 90 mm G macro lens is nice but sometimes I want to attach a polarizer or whatever and that lens has no thread on it. Am I completely blind?



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I have a polarizing filter for my FE90G. It takes a 62mm filter like this one from B&H.

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Feb 16, 2020 21:28 |  #37356

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I have a polarizing filter for my FE90G. It takes a 62mm filter like this one from B&H.

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Here is a link of me trying a 62mm filter and it's loose; I can't screw it on because there's nothing on my lens. Am I nuts? https://drive.google.c​om …6BwfJlYKcjsCl9u​WGd-TzPzkQ (external link)

OK, mystery solved! I had a ring screwed onto the lens to attach a ring flash light and didn't even see it :-P Just another senior moment:lol:


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Feb 16, 2020 22:38 |  #37357

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Feb 16, 2020 23:10 |  #37358

"Mile High City"

This is my first cityscape shot of my new hometown Denver. Not sure why it took me so long. I guess I've been obsessed with the natural landscapes around me. This view is pretty special with the city skyline and front range mountains in the background. This was shot at blue hour. I did get some shots at sunrise but the sky didn't explode in color as I had hoped.

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Feb 16, 2020 23:50 |  #37359

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"Mile High City"

This is my first cityscape shot of my new hometown Denver. Not sure why it took me so long. I guess I've been obsessed with the natural landscapes around me. This view is pretty special with the city skyline and front range mountains in the background. This was shot at blue hour. I did get some shots at sunrise but the sky didn't explode in color as I had hoped.

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Lovely Alfredo. You’re just in a great awesome place for your style of photography: a wonderful city for great architecture and amazing mountainscapes not far off. As the weather warms I’m looking forward to your explorations of the city.

I wish Colorado was ranked higher in “best states to retire” because I’d absolutely love to live there. :) We’ve thought about Wyoming, which does rate well economically for retirees...Cheyenne’s not far from Denver. Still contemplating retiring in Mexico, of course, but we’re just thinking through our options. Heck, we may end up just staying put where we are. For now we continue dreaming and scheming while loving life in the present. :p


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Feb 17, 2020 00:45 |  #37360

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Feb 17, 2020 02:20 |  #37361

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Feb 17, 2020 02:28 |  #37362

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Feb 17, 2020 09:46 |  #37364

David Arbogast wrote in post #19010975 (external link)
Lovely Alfredo. You’re just in a great awesome place for your style of photography: a wonderful city for great architecture and amazing mountainscapes not far off. As the weather warms I’m looking forward to your explorations of the city.

I wish Colorado was ranked higher in “best states to retire” because I’d absolutely love to live there. :) We’ve thought about Wyoming, which does rate well economically for retirees...Cheyenne’s not far from Denver. Still contemplating retiring in Mexico, of course, but we’re just thinking through our options. Heck, we may end up just staying put where we are. For now we continue dreaming and scheming while loving life in the present. :p

Thank you David! I am enjoying the wonderful landscape and cityscape opportunities here. While Denver does not have the historic charm of San Antonio, the more modern architecture and location near the mountains make it quite appealing. I look forward to exploring more of the city. There are some beautiful churches downtown nestled next to towering modern high rises that look promising.

Housing costs here are quite high so that is one negative. Wyoming sounds pretty great to me as does Utah. Wherever you end up, I know you'll do well there.

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Feb 17, 2020 13:01 |  #37365

itsallart wrote in post #19010889 (external link)
Ok, here is some Indian food I cooked from scratch the other day. Not the greatest shots as I never have time to style anything...everybody just wants to dig in.


But I do have a question: my Sony 90 mm G macro lens is nice but sometimes I want to attach a polarizer or whatever and that lens has no thread on it. Am I completely blind?



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Very nice, do you do deliveries !  :p


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