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    Apparently, there is at least one thing that Trolls fear.

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    Really funny Loyd ; ) Love the body language of the troll ......

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    Wow, lot's of action in three days!

    Matt, I know the Palouse a bit and you've done really well capturing the landscape with these that you posted. It is always a nice way to clear one's head driving out and through there!

    Hilary, Thank you for your comment. I have enjoyed both seeing but also sensing the spirit you bring to the pics that you make and have posted here. Yes! Vancouver is a wonderful if little city. I love it more and more.

    Robert, thanks for your comment, the last one you posted (B&W) is particularly nice!

    Lloyd, those (portrait of Stuart as well as the landscapes) from Iceland are wonderful.

    Animefx, that first post really stopped me in my scrolling tracks I love how in the action you are there and of course the color and expression.

    Mohammad, Thank you, and yes I love the 35 lens but the Vancouver False Creek was taken with my 21mm Elmarit.
    Those captures of your girls are beautiful and I agree with Matt, they have a Felini like playfulness.

    Charles, your recent portraits are quite striking- excellent light and composition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwF View Post
    Wow, lot's of action in three days!

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    Lloyd, those (portrait of Stuart as well as the landscapes) from Iceland are wonderful.

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    Thank you. Much appreciated.

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    Apparently, there is at least one thing that Trolls fear.

    M8, 35 Cron - Akureyri, Iceland
    It pays to be a Troll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    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!





    Aint Life Grand! So Nice To See Stuart! Great Images & Trip Lloyd!!!

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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.

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    The town of H÷fn, located on the southeast corner of Iceland, is the eastern gateway to the Vatnaj÷kull glacier, which occupies a large portion of that part of Iceland. H÷fn is primarily a fishing village, but the surrounding area has served as a filming location for feature films including the James Bond movies Die Another Day and A View to a Kill, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, and Batman Begins. (BTW, a local restaurant called Kaffi Horni­, served some great food, and especially good was it's traditional Icelandic "Meat Soup". Almost good enough to justify a trip to Iceland just to get another bowl!! No kidding!)

    At the recommendation of the owner of the guesthouse where we stayed, we set off to do a hike along the nearest glacial tongue of Vatnaj÷kull, called Hoffellsj÷kull, which by itself would be a considered a large glacier by most standards, but is one of the smaller tongues here. The drive is several kilometers from the town on Highway 1, and then about 6 or 8 more over bumpy gravel roads to the moraine at the foot of the glacier.

    We hiked out along the south side of the glacier as far as we could safely go. Here's Mimi high on the hillside above the glacier:


    Standing on an iceberg in the glacial lagoon, with a large ice arch in the background:


    The hotspots where we warmed up after the hike:
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    Wow... david... 1/12 of a second... that's amazing. I actually have trouble getting shots at 1/60. I don't know if it's my hands, or my subjects, that are moving too much.

    Still not digital, but I figured i'd share anyway...

    Hillary and I like taking walks around Cambridge. We saw a couple sitting under a bridge one day and decided to go there on our next walk. It was kinda nice there... a lot of bugs though There's a little bit of graffiti down there, mostly words. Some tasteful, some not so much. Here's one that was really sweet. This was a few months ago

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    One of the coolest things I saw in Iceland wasn't the scenery, but rather an photography exhibition in a very unexpected place. On the moraine of the Hoffellsj÷kull glacier, miles from any town, or even a highway, and high above the glacier lagoon, out among the rocks and in the weather, an Icelandic photographer, SIGURđUR MAR HALLDËRSSON, had placed a gallery of some of his work. He called the exhibit "Manneskjan go ═sinn" (The Human and the Ice). Here is a link to the photos in the exhibit: hoffell

    We saw a couple of the photos when we first arrived, but thought that someone had just tossed them out on the moraine. Then we saw this sign:



    The images are about 16x20, or maybe a little larger, are mounted on blocks of concrete (movable, but with no small effort.), and have a waterproof coating of some sort. Here you can see four of them along the glacier-side of the moraine. What a great idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Apparently, there is at least one thing that Trolls fear.
    Those guys are hilarious. Was there a festival going on or were they just wandering the street?

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    Quote Originally Posted by animefx View Post
    Those guys are hilarious. Was there a festival going on or were they just wandering the street?
    They're actually statues in front of a store in Akureyri. Pretty beat up... one is missing a hand.

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    Geysir Park, Western Iceland.

    One of the hot springs, with the geyser, Strokkur, erupting in the background. Strokkur spouts every 8 or 9 minutes, and shoots hot water and steam about 100 feet in the air.

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    Ahh! I leave for a few days and this thread is already two pages longer! There is much too much to catch up on so I left a simple "like" on my favourites!

    Though, a few posts did speak out to me!

    Lloyd, looks like you had fun in iceland! It's been a place I've wanted to go to for years, it looks absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing those stories

    Rob, in response to your PM, those serenar photos ARE beautiful... absolutely beautiful!

    Summer is usually Analogue time for Patrick. I can afford to spend some time scanning film, so I'm more inclined to shoot it. I haven't touched my M8 for nearly two weeks now. I do miss it, but I'm having quite the blast with a few of my film cameras.

    The Olympus XA never ceases to amaze me. I've always carried it in my bag as my backup camera... but I feel like it deserves much more than that. I got mine for $20, quite the steal.

    I've also been shooting a Minolta Autocord lately. I just got my first roll back from the lab, and scanned it last night. A really disappointing roll. I shot it on a really sunny day, so I ended up with harsh and lost shadows, blown out highlights... funky colours... kinda sad

    I hope you guys don't mind me sharing my film photos here









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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post

    I hope you guys don't mind me sharing my film photos here
    Excellent collection of work here.. keep it coming

    you may want to post in the Analog section


    for the film shots with a Leica M
    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/analog...m-film-54.html

    for the rest of the film
    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/analog...n-leica-m.html

    Those of us shooting film expect to see the work of others in these spots

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    downstairs: Beautiful still-life! The Leica's perfect for that.
    gplatt: Nicely shot and processed portraits. Very serious expression. Cool lens.
    Rayyan: Very expressive "simple elegant structures" and arrangements.
    Steve: Well seen and captured! Great foreground and framing.
    Hillary: I have a parallel rule in my office, and, I still use it.
    Charles: Those are brilliant! She should be very pleased. The body position and framing in the first two work really well.
    David: I'm not sure I'd trust myself to do it. Good job and nice set.
    Rayyan: It looks strangely like a Bald Eagle? Which is the 'evil eye' in some parts of the world.
    Rayyan: An Interior Decorator couldn't have hung those bags more artfully.
    Rayyan: Do you know who's bust that is?
    Lloyd: That's only a couple of gigs a day??
    mdwsta4: I especially like the first one.
    Mike: He was in basement storage?
    Mike: Juxtaposition, juxtaposition, juxtaposition...
    Lloyd: Nice shots of Stuart, and, your gang!
    animefx: Great capture! I like the way the water brings the eye to the subjects.
    Robert: No apologies necessary for photos of your kids. It's very cool to see them. They're a reference point for your creative pp and and interesting lenses.
    Rayyan: Thanks, as always, for sharing your journeys. That does look tasty.
    Robert: The second one's my favorite.
    Lloyd: Iceland! I'm really jealous. Spectacular. Say hi to your favorite subject. "Kewl" pano.
    Jim: Good pp tone. Fort Ord?
    Lloyd: Just what Ashwin said!
    Ashwin: Great first posting from our epic trip to the Palouse (where it was probably colder then Iceland!). Superb 'greens'.
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    Sure thing Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    Ahh! I leave for a few days and this thread is already two pages longer! There is much too much to catch up on so I left a simple "like" on my favourites!

    Patrick beautiful girl and beautiful photo! Nice work

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

    M9; 35mm f/1.4; 1/3000s @ f/1.7; ISO 160
    All great Matt - but I love this one.

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    Im really digging the Serenar 85 , 1950!!










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    It does render very nicely. Love that third shot, Robert.
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    Located in the Eastfjords area of Iceland is the beautiful village of Sey­isfj÷r­ur. Situated at the end of a 17km-long fjord, and home to an art colony, Sey­isfj÷r­ur 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, Fjar­arhei­i, a total drive of 28km from the town of Egilssta­ir.

    BTW, on the side of the fjord, and above and to the left of Sey­isfj÷r­ur, 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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    HallgrÝmskirkja (The Church of HallgrÝmur) Reykjavik, Iceland. Tallest building in the center of the city. You can ride the elevator to the top for a great view of Reykjavik. The statue in front is of Leif Ericksson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Lovely wreathed portrait of a building, Rayyan!
    Thanks Ashwin.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few to share from the Palouse:



    Ashwin, these are simply gorgeous!!

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

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


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


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    Absolutely +1. Lovely images Lloyd but this is superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    All great Matt - but I love this one.
    Agree. What a great image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Apparently, there is at least one thing that Trolls fear.

    M8, 35 Cron - Akureyri, Iceland
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    We hiked out along the south side of the glacier as far as we could safely go. Here's Mimi high on the hillside above the glacier:


    Standing on an iceberg in the glacial lagoon, with a large ice arch in the background:

    Lloyd, seems you guys had a wonderful time. The entire set of pics is deliciously enticing for me, at least, to visit the country.

    The images are superbly crafted and presented.

    Regards to you both.

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    Back home with wonderful memories.

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    The distinctive style and grandeur of the great Ottoman mosques, and the master architect Mimar Koca Sinan. Though his greatest design is found not in Istanbul but his home town of Edirne. And the Selimiye Mosque.He was the greatest of the Ottoman architects.

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    The distinctive style and grandeur of the great Ottoman mosques, and the master architect Mimar Koca Sinan. Though his greatest design is found not in Istanbul but his home town of Edirne. And the Selimiye Mosque.He was the greatest of the Ottoman architects.
    Great shot of a stunning structure. I can't imagine how they built it, but less designed it!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Back home with wonderful memories.
    Wonderful, warm color. Very inviting. Looks like a great trip, so "wonderful memories" to be sure. I'd love to visit Turkey one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, seems you guys had a wonderful time. The entire set of pics is deliciously enticing for me, at least, to visit the country.

    The images are superbly crafted and presented.

    Regards to you both.
    We did indeed. I would love to go back again, preferably when there are not 24/hours per day of daylight, as I'd love to see the Aurora Borealis. Thanks for your kind words. Very much appreciated. Best to you and Ayesha.

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    Remember the default desktop image of windows XP? Is that a picture of Palouse? Looks so similar.

    Lloyd, the picture of the church made me want a super wide lens, even though I've been telling myself that I don't :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of the coolest things I saw in Iceland wasn't the scenery, but rather an photography exhibition in a very unexpected place. On the moraine of the Hoffellsj÷kull glacier, miles from any town, or even a highway, and high above the glacier lagoon, out among the rocks and in the weather, an Icelandic photographer, SIGURđUR MAR HALLDËRSSON, had placed a gallery of some of his work. He called the exhibit "Manneskjan go ═sinn" (The Human and the Ice). Here is a link to the photos in the exhibit: hoffell

    We saw a couple of the photos when we first arrived, but thought that someone had just tossed them out on the moraine. Then we saw this sign:

    The images are about 16x20, or maybe a little larger, are mounted on blocks of concrete (movable, but with no small effort.), and have a waterproof coating of some sort. Here you can see four of them along the glacier-side of the moraine. What a great idea!
    Lloyd: He'd be arrested here! Great photos, his, and yours. Thanks for sharing this. Did you see the 'rainbow' photo on his website (myndasafn)?

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    unbelievably behind again.. but amazing work everyone it's always so inspiring and humbling to keep track of this thread and post my work next to everyone else's. i've been shooting more film recently but i just havent gotten around to getting it all developed :O i've been lacking photos to process and it made me antsy.. so i took my r-d1 out today with patrick's CV28/3.5



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    Hillary, love the second shot, reminded me of "Grave of the fireflies".
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    That first one is nice Hilary.
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    A few from this week....


    L9993674 by Gary Clennan, on Flickr


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    Love the theme of that set, Gary. A particularly nice way to end it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: He'd be arrested here! Great photos, his, and yours. Thanks for sharing this. Did you see the 'rainbow' photo on his website (myndasafn)?

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    I agree, Matt. Trouble in River City here. Although I will say I'm tempted to give it a try.

    I did see that, very nice. I also discovered that he has another gallery out in nature... on a black sand beach. Here's the link: Myndasafn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Remember the default desktop image of windows XP? Is that a picture of Palouse? Looks so similar.

    Lloyd, the picture of the church made me want a super wide lens, even though I've been telling myself that I don't :P
    Don't think I've ever seen that desktop, Mac guy here.

    I'd love to see what work you'd do with a super wide lens, excellent, I'm sure.

    Amazing image, BTW, love the tiny point of sharp focus.

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    That first one is nice Hilary.
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    Hillary, love the second shot, reminded me of "Grave of the fireflies".
    Plus 1 to both. Nice to see you posting, Hillary.
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    Rayyan, that photo was taken back at your home? Your home town seems to be a lovely place...

    David, now that you mention it... it kinda does look like the XP background haha!

    Hillary you better be enjoying that 28 >:C

    Gary, nice set... I especially like the Mickey Mouse one and the one of the window... and I agree with lloyd... a very very nice way to end it! I also love you very much, Hillary Chang, and only have eyes for you!
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    A couple in colour from today:





    We're having a typically British summer :roll eyes:



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    Been a busy week with graduation ceremonies and summer vacation etc , I took a lot of shots ( well 300 or so) and I am slowly working my way through em

    Canon Serenar 85/2




    Leitz Rigid Summicron 50/2




    And my late 60s Jupiter 8 that was my fathers lens , it combined with my M8 take fantastic B+W's! forget the APO cron 50 , get a Jupiter 8





    A rare shot of both kids NOT jumping or running faster than I can focus





    and my youngest trying to get horizontal on the swings



    Hope you all have a good weekend and take some great shots.......
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    Mike that Motorcycle one is cool for 2 reasons, the sign and the colour coordination
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