Playmate of the Decade: Put it out to pasture, on the auction block, or just. . . shoot it?

by Kelly Landrum

playmate of the decade put it out to pasture on th seeking critique kelly landrum

Gallery: Just Playing with Lenses and Cameras

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Nude and Erotic

Exif Information:
Make : Canon
Model : Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Date Time Original : 2010-03-09 14:26:26
Focal Length : 70/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/8
Exposure Time : 1/8
Aperture Value : 9.1
F Number : 9.0
Iso Speed Ratings : 5000
Flash : 16
Metering Mode : 3
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000

Published: Wednesday 10th of March 2010 03:11:34 AM


David Manzi
I have a great idea. Send it to me. I'll make sure it's treated properly. I'll even straighten the lens cap. Be sure to leave the quick mount on, as well.

James Cumming
Too Heavy, eh? Definitely you should send her to someone who deserves her. Like some poor old pensioner who could then trade his old 20D in for a good prime lens.

James Cumming
PS to Too Heavy, eh? Maybe you should check our galleries to see who needs the most help and send her there!

mark diiva
Does it really matter 1D or 5D ? Canon 5D II still does not have the "Art of composition" nor the "This picture is not worth taking it" functions. I hope Canon will do something about it soon.

John Peri
Don't get any bad ideas about fondling the Playmates now .. I wonder if the other side of the fence is really any greener. Every time I make a mess of my images I tell myself I should change to Canon .. but most probably the fault is with me. Hmm, I certainly don't have a full frame though ..

Aungshita Chatterjee
wow nice.

Landrum Kelly
Tom, you are right, and I already miss the 5D that I sold in January. The problem is that digital cameras did not (as predicted) truly pass into obsolescence or simply stop functioning (none of mine, anyway). They keep being born but do not die off as predicted. In other words, at some point the family starts getting crowded. Plus, the longer they sit, the more one can see their market value falling away--unlike lenses, which seem to be appreciating, although how much of that is due to the changing exchange rate I do not know. --Lannie

Landrum Kelly
The Canon 1Ds Mark II as shot by the Canon 5D Mark II. She's so pretty, and very tough to boot, but what does one do with the Canon 1Ds Mark II now that the Canon 5D II is here? Keep it as a backup, sell it, or just keep shooting it? (As if I really can afford two full-frame Canons. . . . ) --Lannie

Michael C
You're right... you shouldn't be saddled with this old thing any longer. Email me and I'll send you my address!

Steve Ward
Cannon the canon. Get a nikon.

Tom Wiggins
Lannie: Keep her, remember she is a member of the family by now. Tom

Robert Gordon
Actually, I prefer strapless. Still, a nice image and a beautiful model.

Mike Palermiti

Hi Lannie,

After reading all the comments, I sort of like the direction I everything and keep everything.

I really do enjoy taking out my old Kodak (Nikon body) DCS 720X or 760 (both over ten years old) and take great looking pictures with  sensors that never required anything larger than 512 meg card ! And yes, I have all the Canons , too.

Nice presentation.

Best Regards,  Mike

Landrum Kelly
Playmate of the Decade: Put it out to pasture, on the auction block--or just shoot it? Comments welcome.


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