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    Many have passed thru here..

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    Wow. You go away for a couple of weeks and the place goes crazy! Hopelessly behind in commenting, but I just spent about 30 minutes going through everything that's been posted since I was last on... amazing, inspirational stuff as always. That's why I especially love this thread.

    I've just returned from 11 days in Iceland. I have over 20 gigs of images to sort through. I wasn't able to work on them at all on the road as I didn't bring a computer. A friend with us let me pass them through her laptop to my portable drives, just to keep them safely backed up. I hope to post a few over the next couple of days, just lots of catching up to do around here right now.

    Thanks again everyone for the inspiration. Keep 'em coming!!
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    Spent Father's Day with a friend at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art). Still testing out my new Summicron

    Penetrabile, by Jesus Rafael Soto


    Particularly liked the shape of the flare in this one
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    Nice. Looks like it works. Love the flare as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. You go away for a couple of weeks and the place goes crazy! Hopelessly behind in commenting, but I just spent about 30 minutes going through everything that's been posted since I was last on... amazing, inspirational stuff as always. That's why I especially love this thread.

    I've just returned from 11 days in Iceland. I have over 20 gigs of images to sort through. I wasn't able to work on them at all on the road as I didn't bring a computer. A friend with us let me pass them through her laptop to my portable drives, just to keep them safely backed up. I hope to post a few over the next couple of days, just lots of catching up to do around here right now.

    Thanks again everyone for the inspiration. Keep 'em coming!!
    Welcome back Lloyd. Looking forward to the Iceland images - it's one of those places I'd love to visit, but looks like Venice later this year is at the top of the list currently.

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    Shots from a portrait shoot yesterday. M9 50/75 Lux


    Charles, these are very good - as always. The 2nd is my favourite for its line and light.

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    You might recognise the background - I've shot here before. One day it will all come together as I envisage. Until then.....



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    You are too clever, Mike. LOL!!

    Thanks for the welcome back. I hope I get time to go through the photos soon. Things tend to pile up around here when I'm gone! And Iceland should most definitely be on your list! Venice is on mine as well.

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    One of the things I've enjoyed most about this Forum is getting to know likeminded people from around the world. Some here I now count as dear friends, even though most I have never met in person.

    When I have the chance, I love to meet others from the forum in person. In every case so far, doing so been a very positive experience. The most recent time, on June 7th in Reykjavik, Iceland is a perfect example. Below is our own Stuart Richardson. (As many of you know, Stuart, in addition to being a very fine photographer, is a wealth of information on photography in general, and has probably forgotten more of the technical aspects of shooting, film, and especially printing, than most of us have ever known!)

    Stuart has lived in Iceland for the past few years, and prior to our trip was kind enough to send us a number of suggestions on places to visit, etc. I can tell you that I think we followed every one of his suggestions, and were not disappointed!

    The day we arrived, we met Stuart as his lab, Custom Photo Lab, and he took the time to show us around, and was even brave enough to join us for a lunch at a great place he suggested near the harbor. Great food, and a great visit. Very nice to get to know Stuart better. Thank you, Stuart!

    BTW, Stuart even let me handle his Leica S2. I haven't washed my hands since!





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    One of the things I've enjoyed most about this Forum is getting to know likeminded people from around the world. Some here I now count as dear friends, even thought most I have never met in person.

    When I have the chance, I love to meet others from the forum in person. In every case so far, doing so been a very positive experience. The most recent time, on June 7th in Reykjavik, Iceland is a perfect example. Below is our own Stuart Richardson. (As many of you know, Stuart, in addition to being a very fine photographer, is a wealth of information on photography in general, and has probably forgotten more of the technical aspects of shooting, film, and especially printing, than most of us have ever known!)

    Stuart has lived in Iceland for the past few years, and prior to our trip was kind enough to send us a number of suggestions on places to visit, etc. I can tell you that I think we followed every one of his suggestions, and were not disappointed!

    The day we arrived, we met Stuart as his lab, Custom Photo Lab, and he took the time to show us around, and was even brave enough to join us for a lunch at a great place he suggested near the harbor. Great food, and a great visit. Very nice to get to know Stuart better. Thank you, Stuart!

    BTW, Stuart even let me handle his Leica S2. I haven't washed my hands since!


    Wow, he's much younger than I imagined

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    Great first post. Looking forward to more. And welcome to the forum!
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    Great first post. Looking forward to more. And welcome to the forum!
    Thank you so much Lloyd! I've been lurking on this forum for quite awhile and figured this would be as good of a time as any to make my first contribution.

    Lots of great photos here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wow, he's much younger than I imagined

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    Yep - hateful isn't it

    Just this guy you know

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    Mike, thank you very much Two very well captured shots!!!
    Lloyd, great to have you back Look forward to your many great experiences! Excellent set above, and great portrait of Stuart... looks young, maybe the climate preserves the youth, in Reykjavik
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    here are some shots taken with a new lens to me . but it was made in 1950! a Serenar 85mm f2 made by Canon . Bought from Brian S here and its absolutely fantastic.






    Apologies for the pics of my kids ( again! ) but being off work I cant afford a model , plus I think these are better looking anyways
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    Nice work, Robert. That second shot is stellar!
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    Lloyd, welcome back.

    Regards to Mimi and yourself.

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    It is time for us to return home. But knowing Lloyd's sweet tooth...



    It has been a tiring journey for me. The kids have essays to present to their
    class when they return to the States.

    I shall start planning for my next trip...with Ayesha.

    Regards.

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    That does look yummy, Rayyan!! Looks like a great trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, welcome back.

    Regards to Mimi and yourself.
    Many thanks, my friend. Our best to you and Ayesha.

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    Almost destroyed my M8 testing the serenar 85 yesterday!!

    here is how close I was.......



    my feet and lower legs got soaked , close call says I

    unfortunately, above my head is a sprayer that goes off every 30 minutes for the kids , I stood there about 29 minutes after it last went off..............


    so allof a sudden I got my back and head soaked and held the camera under my body and stepped away , and of course took a shot of the culprit.




    then my kids yell at me " DAD! dont go in the water with the camera!!!' really! kids
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    Iceland is an amazingly beautiful country, with deep fjords, tall mountains, glaciers and volcanos. But one of the things we were most impressed by was the waterfalls. It is not an exaggeration to say that there are hundreds upon hundreds of waterfalls ("foss" in Icelandic) there. Some are small, others large, with impressive amounts of water passing over them. Last Friday we made an hour-long hike to one of the many very impressive falls, this one, Gylmurfoss, happens to be, at 193 meters, the tallest in the country.

    This shot, taken with the M8 and the CV 15/4.5 Superwide, only shows the top half of the falls. The lower section is only visible from down in the gorge, and is therefor nearly inaccessible.


    The hike starts at the end of Hvalfjörđur, a 30km-long fjord, north of Reykjavik. (Hvalfjörđur was the location of the US and British naval bases during WWII.)

    The hike is a little treacherous in places, but the views are worth the trouble. We hiked up to the level of the top of the falls. Btw, just above Mimi's head in this shot, the little peninsula of land coming out from the left is Hvammsvík, and was home to the US Navy base during WWII. (M8, 35 Cron)


    The climb up requires crossing the river below the falls (a bit unnerving), and some very steep sections, which fortunately have fixed ropes in place. Those were especially useful on descent.


    And to get down to the level river, one has to pass through a very kewl lava tube tunnel.


    This hike was one of our favorites in Iceland.
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    Located in the Eastfjords area of Iceland is the beautiful village of Seyđisfjörđur. Situated at the end of a 17km-long fjord, and home to an art colony, Seyđisfjörđur is a pretty sleepy place other than on Thursdays, when the ferry arrives from Norway. The only land access is via a spectacular drive over the mountain pass, Fjarđarheiđi, a total drive of 28km from the town of Egilsstađir.

    BTW, on the side of the fjord, and above and to the left of Seyđisfjörđur, I counted 40 waterfalls in the space of less than a mile.

    This is an 8-shot pano, taken about 9km from the town, from the base of the Stafdalur ski station. (M8, 35 Cron)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    M9, 35mm Preasph Lux (shot wide open)
    Thank you, Jim.

    Very nice. Is that the old chapel at Fort Ord? Love the ice plant landscaping.

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    Land of the Midnight Sun, really.

    I took this at 11:34pm, and it's actually sort of a sunrise.

    We had some mountains to our West, so the sun actually set, relative to us, about an hour or so before. However, here in the north of Iceland, at nearly 66° North Latitude, the sun barely sets at all. It goes down to near the horizon, and then moves along the horizon from West to North to East. And it never gets dark; by 3:15am it's almost as bright as it is at noon. (The hardest thing for me when I got home was getting use to darkness again. Hadn't seen darkness for nearly two weeks.)

    In the image below the sun has moved to the north, and has become visible to again at the mouth of the fjord. It's also not as dark as it looks, the extreme DR of the image results in the contrast that makes it look darker than it does to the naked eye.

    M8, CV 75/2.5 Heliar
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    Welcome back, Lloyd...Brilliant image!
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    Wowowowowow...New destination to visit. Great image, Lloyd...the whole series show that this country has very much inspired you. Great caps. Can't wait to see more
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    RObert, Fantastic use of light and Shadow...
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    A few to share from the Palouse:









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    Seyđisfjörđur, looking back up the valley toward where the previously posted shot was taken.

    M8, 35 Cron, 3-shot pano:
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    A few to share from the Palouse:
    Wow yourself, Ashwin. These are gorgeous!!

    And, thank for the kind words. Yes, Iceland did indeed inspire me. I felt like we barely scratched the surface. I need to go back.

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    Lloyd, it was great to meet you! Thanks for the portraits, I really appreciate it! I am glad you got a chance to make it to some of the places I recommended -- particularly Seyđisfjörđur...it is really a magical town. I think you really lucked out with the weather too...it was beautiful for most of the time you were here. Though it is fairly small geographically, Iceland is an incredibly diverse country...so I do not doubt that there are still places for you to explore. It´s worth another visit! I have lived here about four years now, and first came here seven years ago...and I still feel like I have barely scratched the surface! What´s more, it changes dramatically throughout the year. The green fields of June turn red, orange and yellow in the fall, to white in the winter and back to green again in the spring, and since the path of the sun is so extreme, the light is dramatically different depending on the season, radically altering the landscape.

    As for all the comments on my age...well, I am 34 this year...I think I would look younger but for all the coffee! But it was great to meet Lloyd and his group. I moved here for the love of the country, and it's always fun for me to meet people of similar interests who are passing through. I have met a number of great people through this and other forums...even one of my best friends. It really is great to have access to a broader community through a forum like this.

    Ashwin -- those fields are stunning. It's hard to believe they are real...they are so sterile in a certain way....


    In the spirit of the thread, here are a few quick snapshots out my window, taken around midnight a day or two ago...our sunsets have been gorgeous. Unfortunately, my car has been waiting to be repaired for about a month now, so I have not been able to go out of town, despite the great weather! It's really frustrating...




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    The hike is a little treacherous in places, but the views are worth the trouble. We hiked up to the level of the top of the falls. Btw, just above Mimi's head in this shot, the little peninsula of land coming out from the left is Hvammsvík, and was home to the US Navy base during WWII.
    (M8, 35 Cron)
    Wow I love these! I've always wanted to visit Iceland and get proper landscape photos. I've heard surprisingly affordable to play a trip there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
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    Very impressive Ashwin! I almost feel like I'm there

    May I ask which lens was used?

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    Stuart !! wow! I have to go to iceland for a vacation with the family, very cool!
    Lloyds shots are awesome also , especially the guide in the cave with the light streaming in

    Iceair used to fly to and from Halifax ( only 250 KM away!) on a regular basis, but they stopped a few years ago, dang!

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    very cool!

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    Stuart: Thanks again. And yes, we really were lucky weather-wise. Only a little rain one day, and fairly decent temps. Gorgeous sunsets indeed. Sorry you couldn't get out of town to enjoy the weather. I have to say, however, that with the national holiday on Sunday, Reykjavik was a lot of fun, so not too bad to have to stick around, eh?

    animefx: Thanks for the kind words. Yes, Icelandair has a number of direct flights from the US each week, and the prices are pretty good. Once you're in the country, you'll need to watch your budget, however. Gas ran us (assuming my conversions are accurate) about $8US/gallon. And food (which I LOVED, btw), is pricey. But with some planning, and a little luck (which we had on more than just the weather), it's not bad at all. We avoided the more expensive hotels, and opted for guesthouses and smaller hotels. Beyond price, I'm glad we did, as it gave us more of chance to connect with the locals, which I really enjoyed. Oh, and very cool inverted shot, btw.

    Robert: Thanks for the comment. That sux that they stopped the flights from Halifax. I did see flights from a number of other places in Canada, but none that close to you.
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    Very impressive Ashwin! I almost feel like I'm there

    May I ask which lens was used?
    Hi Animefx, yes absolutely.... It was the 50 mm f/1.4 Summilux asph for this capture
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    A few of mine to share from our trip to the Palouse.

    M9; 24mm f/3.8; 1/4000s @ f/8; ISO 160


    M9; 90mm f/2.5; 1/1500s @ f/8; ISO 160


    M9; 35mm f/1.4; 1/250s @ f/16; ISO 160


    M9; 35mm f/1.4; 1/750s @ f/8; ISO 160


    M9; 35mm f/1.4; 1/3000s @ f/1.7; ISO 160


    M9; 35mm f/1.4; 1/4000s @ f/2.4; ISO 160


    M9; 90mm f/2.5; 1/1000s @ f/5.7; ISO 160


    M9; 90mm f/2.5; 1/1000s @ f/5.7; ISO 160


    Cheers, Matt

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Lloyd, another amazing set of shots, of the falls, and your trek. Love that "sunrise shot"
    Robert, superb duo toned portrait! Great lens too
    Jim, lovely rendering in the shots with the 35 Lux Pre Asph
    Ashwin, great set from Palouse Beautiful compositions!
    Stuart, love those midnight shots
    animefx, fascinating shot! Very nice
    Matt, superb series of shots!!! Beautiful composition, colour and PP'ing
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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A few of mine to share from our trip to the Palouse.

    M9; 24mm f/3.8; 1/4000s @ f/8; ISO 160


    Cheers, Matt

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    Great set, Matt. This one in particular is amazing.


    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Lloyd, another amazing set of shots, of the falls, and your trek. Love that "sunrise shot"

    Thank you, Charles. Much appreciated.

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