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  1. I know there are more than a few decent photographers on the site, so I thought it might be fun to start a photography thread. I've recently got back into it after a long layoff - 20 years! - and, boy, how things have changed! Digital is whole new world for me. So, whether you're a seasoned professional, or just a keen amateur, let's see your creations. Not just cigars - whatever takes your fancy. Whether you've got all the latest digital gear, or nothing but a camera phone or a disposable camera, post away! I'll get the ball rolling. This first one is a photo from a few months ago of a Sancho Panza Corona Gigante from November 99, taken in my local pub. Nikon D750, Nikkor 24-120mm f4.0 lens at 120mm, 1/500s at f9.0, ISO 200:- This is the old Skansens Fire Station, in Bergen, where I'm currently working. Taken earlier today, with the same camera and lens. 28mm, 1/80s at f9.0, ISO 100:- And the last is the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, taken on my old iPhone about 5 years ago, and messed about with using an app. Oggl, I think, but I can't remember:- Whatever your ability and equipment, I look forward to seeing your images. Happy snapping! All the best, Iain

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