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Brad Waldera


Free Member, Wahpeton, North Dakota.
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About me

I didn't realize that I hadn't updated my profile in such a long time. Here are my current stats.

I use a Nikon D50 with various lenses.

I live in the central part of the United States.

I take pictures of about everything.

That's about it.

Thanks for looking.

Comments 22

  • Krishan Kk 10/14/2007 17:17

    YOU ARE VERY GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER
  • Dennis Maloney 08/22/2007 14:16

    Thanks for the visit Brad...glad to see ya stop by....and thanks for taking the time to comment on the image....

    ....I was using the canon 5D with canon EF 180mm "L" macro lens...camera settings, "raw" on mode "P", ISO 200, F6.3, 1/400....
    ....I also use a 20D canon and a Minolta dimage 7hi....the 5D I use mostly in my photography business, the 20D and Minolta are my travel cameras.....
    best wishes, den
  • Melissa <3 10/16/2006 17:16

    gut! find ich toll das es dir gefällt! schau einfach mal wieder rein!
  • Patrick B. Parenteau 10/15/2006 17:58

    Baseball Beaning.
    Baseball Beaning.
    Brad Waldera
    I just saw this shot in one of our forums "members talk" OT: Enjoy the silence. Excellent photojournalism shot, and thanks for taking the time to fill in the story. Cheers from Canada. Patrick
  • Dennis Veldman 02/26/2006 14:30

    Hoi Brad, how are you doing?
    I hope that you are well.
    Talk to you again soon!
    Dennis
  • Ronald Koster 01/31/2006 20:19

    THANX.............. for the great comment on my photo

    .............NO NAME YET!..........

    Well you're right it is a strange name but i dont have a name for this one, and i don't have a name for al the pics coming up soon..........

    -Ronald-
  • Dennis Maloney 01/15/2006 1:44

    Thanks for your comments on the trout fishing picture...it was taken on the Little Red River during the spawning run of the German brown trout. This was a catch and release area where only single, barbless, hooks can be used...makes it very difficult to keep those big ones on long enough to get a picture...I have looked at your pictures, the second page reminded me of a rock group...Guns & Roses...great pictures...I really like "one last cast" and "Minaki Sunset"...you take your photography serious and it shows in your work...best regards, den
  • Danny W. Wilson 12/30/2005 9:35

    Thanks Brad!
  • Jeremy B 12/28/2005 7:47

    Thanks Brad for the comment.
  • Jürgen Klukas 12/23/2005 19:26

    Thank´s


    Jürschi
  • Milan Bystron 12/22/2005 3:32

    Hi Brad!
    Thank you for interesting comment my photo "HAPPY NEW YEAR 2006". Milan Bystron (Czech Republic)
  • Rob Brydon 12/20/2005 5:46

    Hi Brad. Thanks for your comment on my "to manipulate or not" question. I'm happy to see there are others out there that still believe in capturing what you actually saw thru the lense. I like your work and will keep an eye on it..Cheers..Rob (NZ)
  • Kinga Duchnowska 12/17/2005 23:02

    thanks alot for ur commnet on my pic
    Shyness...
    Shyness...
    Kinga Duchnowska

    greetings, :)
  • Sergio Pessolano 12/07/2005 15:45

    Hi Brad,
    Thank you for your appreciation about my work.
  • Cees Kuijs 12/07/2005 14:38

    Hi brad,
    Thanks for your kind comment. The light in the central part of the picture, is the most famous bridge in Rotterdam( Erasmus-bridge), put in highlights.

    Regards, Cees

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