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Im sorry about the posting problems.This is what happens when you give an old man a new gadget. These where shot Saterday evening in failing light witch is common this time of year in my business. Normally this would require a flash, but not with the D3. This is why I switched to NIKON.
 

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Great shots! They really show the action!

My dad was in the Prof Rodeo Assoc and I got to see 6-7 rodeos a year!

Also, great clown work keeping the rider as safe as possible!
 
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Wow Dale, those first two are stunning, great examples of peak action. I live just outside Chicago, not too many rodeos within driving distance around here. This series was a treat, thanks for sharing.
 
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Dale

I don't want to divert your thread, so take this as a sidebar :biggrin: and respond in a PM if you want.

How do you get a multi-colored watermark on your pictures? Yours is very professional looking.
 

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