oh yeah Lloyd, here you go: Full set of images of my lens there from the ebay sale. I didn't display since they were not mine. I'll delete them soon if George has issue with me keeping them up. I intend to ask. He seems like a pretty good guy though (ebay seller)
One from last year with M9 35CronIV. TGIF
Stunning images everyone! This thread moves so fast, it is impossible to catch, but ...
Lloyd, beautiful portrait! Love the expression
Otumay, excellent shot! Love the shot!!!
Ryan, stunning shots!
Joe, great street shots, everyone of them!
David, stunning wide angle shots! I love the composition and harmony
Doug, nice shots!
Jason, stunning B&W portrait. Great shots!
Ashwin, superb set of shots!
Some shots from Bangkok this afternoon, in Sukhumvit with the 75 Lux
35 Lux Asph II
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Charles, good Bangkok work!
I have to admit sensory overload so much nice work on here.
Lloyd, your wife I presume? Very pretty. Great shot too...
the 24 Cron shots of the rides, wow!
Jason, the lighting was great for that shot of the girl on the basketball court.
Otumay,the dreamy quality of the waters is really nice.
Steve, thanx... did you post something this round?
I found the in and out focus of angled step down retaining wall interesting here... this was covered in the flood waters here last week. (5" of rain in day)
Excelent pictures from Bangkok , very story telling. Last one is my favorite. George
Thanks Joe, Lloyd, Ryan, Matt, Steve, and Charles.
If only I could travel back in time, then I could move the camera to the left or right just a bit.
So many good shots - and it's so late, so I'm going to post a couple and talk tomorrow.
I've been having a lovely time with the 24 'lux - it's gorgeous wide open, and it's spectacular stopped down - here are three shots taken with the very last of the evening light
Just this guy you know
Doug, David and George... thanks so much guys
David, beautifully rendered shot with the 50 Lux
Jono, excellent shots!!! The rendering in all of the shots is just superb.
Ashwin: Love the composition of these new ones. Great work.
Charles: Those Bangkok shots are terrific. You've really got a way with these street portraits.
David: Nice rework of that M8/50 Lux shot.
Jono: Beautiful work with that 24 lux.
Just starting guitar lessons.
Very kewl shot, Steve. I like that alot. BTW, I passed your idea along to Guy. We'll see what happens.
Woody: I really appreciate your comments. In truth, I had just received a grid for my beauty dish, and wanted to try it out. My wife came home late from work (an unfortunately common event), and was pretty tried. I asked her if she'd pose for a few test shots. She indulged me, as she typically does. The blouse is just what she happened to be wearing. She's actually standing in our family room (about 15' from the far wall... there's a couch right behind her), and the grid creates a wonderful falloff, so the back of the room didn't get any light spill. Things just came together. I'm glad you like it (and my wife was really touched by your comments.) I do work hard on my portraiture, so I'm always grateful when it's appreciated.