Thanks for the comments guys.
Been away for a while, playing with this damned thing (not to mention studying for an International Tax Accounting exam I just got out of - what fun
). Takes a little getting used to. I have had to come up with a new organization system for my photos, which I still have not resolved completely to my satisfaction. It's also trick getting to grips with new focal length requirements because of the 1.6 multiplier - in certain places where I used to get away with 1 lens now I have to constantly swap. For some good side-on shots, I still want to get a slide, so it's a race to swap bodies (which probably need the same lens as the other body). Not to mention that I don't really want that expensive EOS 1v to be relegated to the Cellar. Digital is not all that rosy! (Then again, with my 100-400mm lens, I now have an effective 640mm lens - cool
That said, I'm making progress. I've taken a few photos in the past few days that I think are pretty cool. The nice thing about Digital is that you are more willing to experiment - machine gun a plane taking off, for example, and see if you get a nice picture or effect - If you don't, just dump the files, they didn't cost you a cent. Not quite the case which you use Velvia!
I suppose I'll upload a few tomorrow, see how people like 'em.
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