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    Little Girl With a Head

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Little Girl With a Head

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom
    Striking image, Rick.

    I wonder if the post processing alone makes it striking.

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    Thanks, Vivek. What drew me to the shot, of course, was the head the little girl was carrying. I took several shots and then she looked up at me with this odd expression and I thought that was the shot I was looking for.

    The PP was done in Nik Silver Efex, which I use for all of my B&W. I did nothing special to it, I used my normal settings, which includes the High Stucture filter which increases contrast and sharpness a bit. That filter can be tricky to use, however, especially when it comes to people's skin tones. In this case, I thought it worked well for the shot, because of the content of the photo, if that makes any sense.

    Thanks once again, Vivek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Waldroup View Post
    Little Girl With a Head

    The camera was a Lumix L1 with the Panaleica 14-50 zoom

    http://www.rickwphotography.com/img/...80699103-6.jpg
    Great shot, Rick! Delightful and macabre at the same time. :-)

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    I've been spending my weekends on Lake Superiors north shore.

    [IMG]PA033506 by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Shovel Point by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]PA033548 by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]Tunnel vision by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

    All with the Oly E-PL1 & ZD 14-42mm kit lens.
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    Taken with the GF1 and 14-45mm ISO 100

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    Jim and Klaus - great compositions, well executed.

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    Jim, that one is absolutely printworthy!

    Klaus, I especially like the second one. Well done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Great shot, Rick! Delightful and macabre at the same time. :-)
    Thanks, Godfrey.

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    On my lunch hour today I decided to visit a grave site in Dallas. Not the grave of a friend or family member but the grave site of one of America's most notorious outlaws, Bonnie Parker. Yes, that Bonnie.. of Bonnie & Clyde.

    Her grave is located in a small cemetery not far from Love Field in Dallas. It took me a few minutes to find the grave as it is somewhat hidden by a hedgerow and as you can see, it is not a very prominent tombstone at all. What struck me the most about the tombstone was what was written on it. By reading it you would never know that she was the female half of one of the most notorious crime duos in the history of the United States and had become a legend.

    Clyde Barrow's grave is some 20 miles away in another part of the Dallas area.



    Taken with the GF1 and the 14-45mm ISO 100

    As I was leaving the grave site a car pulled up with a young couple in it. They stopped and asked if I knew where the grave of Bonnie Parker was located. I just pointed to it and they parked the car to visit the grave themselves. We're still fascinated by the infamous years after they have departed this world.

    You can read about Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow here: http://www.historybuff.com/library/refbonnie.html
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    The Cat in the Window


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    A few from around town yesterday with the E-PL1 & ZD 14-42mm kit lens.

    [IMG]Old Soo Line Depot by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    The way vegetables go..

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    Hello Klaus,
    I like your vegetables photo, and have enjoyed seeing your photos with an apparent framed and matted look. This has probably been discussed already somewhere, but can you tell me what software you are using to give this presentation. I note you are not online at the moment, so, if anyone else has information on this topic please chime in. Thanks. Charles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    On my lunch hour today I decided to visit a grave site in Dallas. ...
    this is brilliant, jim. thanks for posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jminor View Post
    A few from around town yesterday with the E-PL1 & ZD 14-42mm kit lens.

    [IMG]Palace by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]
    This is fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    this is brilliant, jim. thanks for posting it.
    +1. It is a piece of history nicely captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Jim and Klaus - great compositions, well executed.
    +1. Klaus, nice brilliant colors as well.

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    From my most recent travel to the Orient. GF1 + 7-14mm.


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    "Kintai Bridge", Iwakuni, western Japan. GF1 + 20mm.


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    excellent results Leica77!!

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    excellent results Leica77!!
    Hi Doc Klaus,
    Many thanks for your kind comments. Much appreciated. Best regards,

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    Tender Respect



    Olympus E-1 + ZD 50mm f/2 Macro

    comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    "Kintai Bridge", Iwakuni, western Japan. GF1 + 20mm.
    Very beautiful

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    Very beautiful
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    "Todaiji Temple", Nara. GF1 + 7-14mm.


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    Craftsman



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    On my Sunday morning walk:

    This photo is pretty special. It shows a Craftsman house built in 1910 in the city center neighborhood of Santa Clara. I was admiring this classic, beautiful home (marked with the plate on the left as a city historic) when the owner stepped out to ask if I was taking a photograph. We had a pleasant chat at the end of which she granted me permission to make her portrait with the house as background. A lovely person, a beautiful home, a great neighborhood to walk in.

    A few moments on in my walk there is a monastery with two quiet groves of olive trees and a beautiful chapel. So much to see, so much to learn about this area ... it's going to keep me busy for a long time!

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    Warning



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    Olympus E-1 + Summilux-D 25mm f/1.4 ASPH

    On my Sunday morning walk:

    This photo is pretty special. It shows a Craftsman house built in 1910 in the city center neighborhood of Santa Clara. I was admiring this classic, beautiful home (marked with the plate on the left as a city historic) when the owner stepped out to ask if I was taking a photograph. We had a pleasant chat at the end of which she granted me permission to make her portrait with the house as background. A lovely person, a beautiful home, a great neighborhood to walk in.

    A few moments on in my walk there is a monastery with two quiet groves of olive trees and a beautiful chapel. So much to see, so much to learn about this area ... it's going to keep me busy for a long time!

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Godfrey, just love the photo of the old Craftsman house!

    . . . . . it is a style of home that I have admired for a long time. Bid on a few in my day but they were always out of reach, just have not hit on being at the right place at the right time.

    Time & Patience!

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    Lovely portrait, Klaus

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    My favorite tree by the ocean:


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    Re: Craftsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    On my Sunday morning walk:

    This photo is pretty special. It shows a Craftsman house built in 1910 in the city center neighborhood of Santa Clara. I was admiring this classic, beautiful home (marked with the plate on the left as a city historic) when the owner stepped out to ask if I was taking a photograph. We had a pleasant chat at the end of which she granted me permission to make her portrait with the house as background. A lovely person, a beautiful home, a great neighborhood to walk in.

    A few moments on in my walk there is a monastery with two quiet groves of olive trees and a beautiful chapel. So much to see, so much to learn about this area ... it's going to keep me busy for a long time!

    Comments always appreciated, thanks for looking.
    Lovely photo this, and very American in a positive sense.

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    Lovely Black and White, pardon the pun. What's your workflow for it?

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    Have not posted here much since I got the 7D. Recent motorcycle adventure brought me down to the coast with just my E-P1 and 17mm.
    Got this,



    Can see the rest from the trip here,
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    It was a rainy day today.... E-PL1 and mZD 17mm

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    Converted the color jpeg above with Olympus Viewer 2.

    [IMG] b&w neutral by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG] sepia neutral by j9fminor, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Lovely Black and White, pardon the pun. What's your workflow for it?
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    "Hong Kong Ferries". From my most recent travel to the Orient. E-330 + Kit Lens.


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    "Times Square" in Hong Kong. E-330 + Kit Lens.


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    Hi Dan,
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    "DOUBLE DECKER STREET TROLLEY" in Hong Kong. E-330 + Kit Lens.


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