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ron reece 18-Jul-2010 17:15
stunning! Made us remember our trip to Yosemite when we were younger!
jon peters 01-Sep-2008 01:24
Your images are really so very You made a comment in my gallery... I just noticed for my images to "lighten up" thanks for the input. I guess u r right...heard that screen is so bright...and heard so much about blown highlights... maybe it's time to move ahead. thanks for the words. Your images rock ! ps. what do you shoot with?
Mark Krause10-Jul-2008 02:37
Hi Nelson,
Yes she really is a stunning beauty. Thanks for the kind comments on my works. The Faire was really sun to shoot - great colors and people!
Guest 18-Feb-2008 04:25
Many thanks for your nice comments on my images...
David Yu04-Sep-2007 17:54
Hi Nelson,
You do have a great vision taking the people's picture and captured their expression and good moments on the event photos.
steve03-Aug-2007 10:27
Hi nelson, no ! a mixture of 1Ds 5D & 10D. Thanks for the comments
Guest 26-Jul-2007 00:32
Hi Nelson,

Thanks for your visit and good comments.

jxsq20-Jul-2007 07:42
Thanks so much for your comments! How are you? I am in China right now, and didn't get chance to shot much.

Regarding the reason of using 20d instead 1d2 for the Butterfly Lover performance, i was trying to be low profile. :) With 1d2, I should have done better.
Guest 23-Jun-2007 05:09
One of the best photo collections here.
Robert Olson30-Apr-2007 22:07
Fantastic Pictures! all very colorfull and SHARP! a joy to view.
Guest 23-Apr-2007 07:39
Dear Nelson,
You have so beautifuly photos in yours portfolio...Excellent my friend...Excellent work...Greetings from Montenegro...I will come back with pleasure...
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:55
Fantastic gallery.
Devilgorgor02-Jan-2007 05:57
I wish you a Happy New Year.
Best regards
Andrys Basten11-Sep-2006 06:00
Ah, my favorite pic from your Italy trip (which I loved browsing) is your profile shot!

Nelson, really appreciated the thought you put into those pictures, giving me a
Fresh look on places now somewhat familiar to me. Will be back to check out the
other ones at . FINE work !
chris layam 08-May-2006 05:28
Hi Nelson,
Your galleries are awesome....this is one of the listed favorites in my daily web browsing. I am a newbie in digital slr, in fact, i just got a 30D few weeks ago and still learning very hard in using it.
Good work man!!!


Guest 02-May-2006 11:02
It was a real pleasure visiting your galleries!
Guest 15-Mar-2006 03:25
Thanks for the comment on my gallery. The stuff you were talking about are just variations on the image it helps me pickup images by name when I am uploading.
Nelson Chen Photography03-Mar-2006 05:43
Thanks. Yes you can set the owner name with the Canon software that came with your 20D. Take a look at your EOS Digital Software manual page W-50 if you are using Windows or M-50 if you are using MacOS.
Kent G. 03-Mar-2006 04:36
Great photos - I have a new canon 20 d and am wondering how do I set up my camera so that when I look at the file info - it shows that I am the owner/photographer of the pictures. Can this be set in the camera, or do I need to do this to each photo in processing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
jxsq03-Mar-2006 02:36
thanks Nelson for you compliments! And here is my findings regarding the 300/2.8IS. Yes, it is heavy, and I do use it with a monopod often, but I can handhold it for a while when needed without problem. The IS is very effective, to me, it is as effective as 70-200 IS. Indeed a wonderful lens!

btw, I really like your renaissance photos - that first prize winner photos is truly amazing. Love your other work too, best.
Guest 07-Feb-2006 18:32
And the lenses - I use an EF 28-135, EF-S 10-22 and EF-S 18-55. Plus my small G3 camera:)
Guest 07-Feb-2006 18:31
Thanks for commenting on my photos Nelson - I'm glad I visited your gallery, you know your stuff! Some nice colours and depth-of-field play in your work. Regards, Gediminas

P.S. To answer your question, I almost exclusively shoot handheld - there were just a couple night shots of Hong Kong from a tripod.
Derek M John24-Aug-2005 19:00
Thanks for your comments on my Carnaval Del Pueblo Gallery.
The Lens I used here was a Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC Zoom. It's equivilant to a 28-300mm lens on a 35mm SLR.