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Abe’s Spotlight – Glass Bottles Shot using a Nikon D60 and a Nikkor 50mm 1.8D Lens

Photo taken by Jack Wei

Jack is a photo enthusiast residing in Los Angeles, CA. He is working toward being a part-time, professional photographer.

You can see more of his photography by visiting his flickr page and his, soon to be published, website.

This photo was taken at a friend’s wedding in June of ’09. During the intermission between the ceremony and reception, I noticed some liquor bottles framed nicely by a row of wine glasses. I decided to take several shots, of which, this was the most interesting.

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Abe’s Spotlight – a Tokyo Cityscape taken with a Nikon D700

Tokyo Cityscape

By Faisal Sultan

Faisal is 35 year old photo enthusiast who lives in New York City. He works in the tech industry and is also the founder and chief frisky of friskyRadio.com – an internet radio station for electronic dance music. He likes good food, good wine, good clothes and good photography.

You can see more of his photography by visiting his photo-blog, friskyPics, and his flickr page.

I photographed this cityscape in Tokyo, Japan.  This shot was taken from my hotel room on the 47th floor of the Park Hotel the night I got into town.

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Tamron SP AF70-300mm Di VC USD – A Lens So Sharp You’ll Need to Wear Gloves

Images and Text by Jon Sienkiewicz

Tamron’s 60th Anniversary 70-300mm zoom is sharp. It’s so sharp that I carry it in a case so that I don’t cut myself. The full name is Tamron SP AF70-300mm F4-5.6 Di VC USD XLD IF (Model A005). I had a chance to use one at the Bronx Zoo and around my neighborhood in early September. Of course, there’s no real danger of injury, but it is one very sharp lens.

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Abe’s Spotlight – Shooting Crimson Skies with a Kodak EasyShare Point and Shoot

Red Sky at Morn

By Judith York

Judith is an amateur photographer who resides in Clinton, CT. She works on staff at Yale University.

I took this picture on Friday September 3rd, 2010, the morning that Hurricane Earl was streaming up the East Coast. It was dawn and we were worried about the possible damage, so I wasn’t in the mood to waste time. I was staggered by the red dawn light and got my camera.

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Abe’s New Product Roundup

Summer is behind us and Fall is here, stay up to date on the latest cameras and gear. Here are some of our favorite new products.

Sony NEX-5 and NEX-3

If you’re in the market for a camera with interchangeable lenses and manual capabilities but not looking to be weighed down by the size of a traditional DSLR, then Sony’s latest offerings will be just right for you. Introduced this summer, the Sony NEX-5 and the Sony NEX-3 have been making photography enthusiasts of all levels “ooh and ahh” over the big punch this little camera packs.

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