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Blue Book of Pool Cues, 3rd Edition
After 3 years, the long anticipated 3rd Edition Blue Book of Pool Cues is ready and die hard fans are very excited about this new release! Almost 300 pages longer than the 2nd Edition, this new book is packed with illustrations, images and loads of new information on cue makers, cue models, and up-to-date pricing. Many color images are included. Editorial on cue collecting by noted journalist Tom Shaw must not be missed. This new 3rd Edition is a must have title for any serious cue collector.
Starfish In Leo Carillo State Beach
I slightly tilted the ND .6 filter to hold back the horizon's brightness and some of the reflections on the water, and held my sweater above and front of the lens (without getting into the camera's view) to control some of the light hitting the lens surface and thus minimize reflections. I then set my off-camera flash (slightly to the right and bottom facing the starfish) to the lowest power setting to illuminate the starfish and its surroundings. I took two metered measurements - along the brightest part of the horizon and on the shadowed surfaces of the rocks in front of me - and set my camera to the middle value or difference between the two f-stops. Shooting directly into the sunlight is always very tricky, and sometimes people stare because you look like a fool contorting your body and gear into position to get the best results.
I could not complain at all about the images I'm getting from the Tokina 12-24mm f/4 DX II. I was afraid that its resolving power would not be up to par with the resolution of the D7000, but so far it has performed very well for me - sharpness, detail and contrast are all there, and distortion is well-controlled. I've read in one popular online forum where people are fighting and losing their tempers over whether the Nikon version is so much better than the Tokina one, but can you really tell the difference after post-processing and developing? It still amazes me how mundane some people's obsessions can be when it comes to lenses. While the technical aspects of camera equipment are important and you can spend a fortune on the best gear, in the end what matters is composition and balance. One must keep in mind that a monkey with a Nikon D3x (or Canon 5D Mark II) is still a monkey.
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