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I retired!
Mar 2, 2018 19:48:21   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
I retired from Real Estate and Architectural photography. At 75 it's about time. I have listed a Nikon 19mm PC f/4E in the proper section with pictures. It's hard to find one in this condition at where I priced it.

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Mar 2, 2018 20:03:45   #
rjaywallace Loc: Wisconsin
 
Best wishes on your retirement, David! Sincerely hope you enjoy it.

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Mar 2, 2018 21:39:22   #
rjaywallace Loc: Wisconsin
 
DavidPine wrote:
I retired from Real Estate and Architectural photography. At 75 it's about time. I have listed a Nikon 19mm PC f/4E in the proper section with pictures. It's hard to find one in this condition at where I priced it.

Passed the Nikon lens info on to a younger fella who shoots a lot of landscape and some interior work as well as event coverage and local musicians. He is not a UHH member, but I know him and his family pretty well. If he decides he is interested, I will pass his info on to you and will personally vouch for him.

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Mar 2, 2018 22:28:41   #
OddJobber Loc: Portland, OR
 
Enjoy your retirement! I quit 10 years younger when my body didn't want to do carpenter stuff any longer.

I have serious lust for that lens but just can't do it this year.

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Mar 3, 2018 04:03:16   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
Thank you. I'm having a hoot shooting when, where, and what I want.
rjaywallace wrote:
Best wishes on your retirement, David! Sincerely hope you enjoy it.

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Mar 3, 2018 04:07:22   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
Thank you. It's a fantastic lens. I just don't use it any longer, even though I have considered using it to shoot really close and sometimes difficult sculptures.
rjaywallace wrote:
Passed the Nikon lens info on to a younger fella who shoots a lot of landscape and some interior work as well as event coverage and local musicians. He is not a UHH member, but I know him and his family pretty well. If he decides he is interested, I will pass his info on to you and will personally vouch for him.

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Mar 3, 2018 04:08:43   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
Thank you. That's too bad. It's really a pristine piece of equipment.
OddJobber wrote:
Enjoy your retirement! I quit 10 years younger when my body didn't want to do carpenter stuff any longer.

I have serious lust for that lens but just can't do it this year.

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Mar 3, 2018 08:53:08   #
jayd Loc: Melbourne Florida
 
DavidPine wrote:
I retired from Real Estate and Architectural photography. At 75 it's about time. I have listed a Nikon 19mm PC f/4E in the proper section with pictures. It's hard to find one in this condition at where I priced it.


Price?

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Mar 3, 2018 09:33:06   #
OddJobber Loc: Portland, OR
 
jayd wrote:
Price?


It's in the buy/sell/trade section with asking price of $2750. Bargain.

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Mar 3, 2018 15:44:40   #
cjc2 Loc: Hellertown PA
 
Please post a link. Thanks. Chris

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Mar 3, 2018 21:17:37   #
Dave Chinn Loc: Streets of Kentucky
 
DavidPine wrote:
I retired from Real Estate and Architectural photography. At 75 it's about time. I have listed a Nikon 19mm PC f/4E in the proper section with pictures. It's hard to find one in this condition at where I priced it.


Congratulations and best wishes upon your retirement David. Hope you won’t hang the camera up totally.
Dave

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Mar 3, 2018 21:53:34   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
Thanks. No. I just shoot what I want to shoot. No more appointments for other people.
Dave Chinn wrote:
Congratulations and best wishes upon your retirement David. Hope you won’t hang the camera up totally.
Dave

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Mar 4, 2018 21:44:10   #
mallen1330 Loc: Chicago western suburbs
 
DavidPine wrote:
I retired from Real Estate and Architectural photography. At 75 it's about time. I have listed a Nikon 19mm PC f/4E in the proper section with pictures. It's hard to find one in this condition at where I priced it.

Congratulations and best wishes on your "retirement". I envy your new freedom to photograph what you want -- instead of catering to those demanding and sometimes clueless RE agents and builders. You're a year older than me, but I am also spending more time on other projects after 20 years of RE and Architectural photography.

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Mar 5, 2018 05:07:06   #
DavidPine Loc: Midland, TX
 
Thank you.
mallen1330 wrote:
Congratulations and best wishes on your "retirement". I envy your new freedom to photograph what you want -- instead of catering to those demanding and sometimes clueless RE agents and builders. You're a year older than me, but I am also spending more time on other projects after 20 years of RE and Architectural photography.

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Mar 7, 2018 15:57:35   #
jdubu Loc: San Jose, CA
 
David, enjoy your new found freedom and thank you for your contributions to the architectural discussions on UHH. Hope you find a good home for your lens...

John

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