Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/04/17

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Nawlins French Qtr Fest 2008 images
From: len-1 at (Leonard Taupier)
Date: Thu Apr 17 10:27:38 2008
References: <00f001c8a0ac$eb8ffb80$0302a8c0@MacPhisto>


This is a very nice and varied collection of photos from your French  
Qtr Fest. It gives those of us who have never seen it a very good  
idea of what's it all about. Your high ISO night photos came out  
great. A nice starry night.

Very nice,

On Apr 17, 2008, at 1:03 PM, Christopher Williams wrote:

> 3 days of French Quarter Fest was a blast. Crowds were even larger  
> than last year so looks like a good sign for New Orleans. This may  
> have been the best weather weekend for the Fest since I can  
> remember. Kermit and Juicy celebrated their one year anniversary  
> during Kermit's performance, they were married during last year's  
> Fest. Of course Kermit invited everyone on stage, again. The  
> Sleeping Giant performed his usual 2 songs before taking a backseat  
> to Kermit.
> Our Hornets are in the playoffs!
> No, I have no idea why a leprechaun was running loose in April.  
> Perhaps he was lost or still after his lucky charms.
> I made sure to include some senorita images in for Hoppy, hopefully  
> he'll be happy with these.
> Ted told me to go out and get some city nighttime high iso images  
> so the St Louis Cathedral images were shot at 6400iso. I'm guessing  
> since the Pope's on the continent, the cathedral had the 2 stained  
> glass images lit up since I've never seen those lit at night  
> before. And this is was the first time I can remember capturing  
> stars in the night sky around the cathedral.
> Enjoy
> Lika D3, 28-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8, 50/1.4
> Chris
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