ceh, very nice. Atmospheric and homely.Originally Posted by ceh;381178
Mahammed, brilliant composition and great PP'ing
Wozza, excellent series from California. Love the portrait
Joe, very nice series
Yamas, Very nice beer! Cheers to a great New Year
Mike, love the dynamics of the shot. Great timing
Rob, nice captures from the temples!
Joe, excellent portrait capture of Zen Roshi
Cenek, superb composition of the man and dog
Ed, interesting series!
Ashwin, superb portraits Favourites #1 and 9. Not often you see shots taken with the ZM 85! Almost prefer the rendering to the 90 Cron
Wozza, love the shot from the "sunken city"!
Rayyan, great shots! The shot of the children is very moving and captures some amazing emotions within
2REP, nice capture! Like the effect
Cenek, beautifully isolated portrait! Great feel!!
Shot down at Tugun beach with the 50 Lux and M9
An Old One Dug Up Of Our Friend Joseph Ow..
M8.2, 50 Lux asph
Thank you very much
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CharlesK, shtarka1, rayyan, Lloyd thank you guys for the comments
I found some shots I took during the Summer that I forgot i had , or never got around to working on.
here are 2 of my youngest that are similar to ones I posted at the time , but now I know a lot more about processing I decided to get to work on these 2 :
( any specks of dirt in the green shot are on the wall of the bowling alley)
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That shot of the 2 M cameras is cool, is that a M8 digital above the M6?
2REP : love the escalator of life shot!
that wall and the ceiling sure made getting the WB correct a chore.
Steve, Rayyan, Rob, Cenek and Lloyd, thanks guys, much appreciated
Steve, excellent capture of Joe!!! Love the very rich tonality!
Cenek, another excellent composition of the man digging the snow! Also love shot of the church, the real dark winter feel! It is hard to visualize the contrast in weather
Robert, nice shots of your daughters!
More Old World charm, C.
Patrick: These are terrific. I love the first one. That is a much under-appreciated lens, and you've shown us why.
I always find myself captivated by Rayyan's photo of the two children... it seems like it was taken from another age.
Thanks Lloyd! I really love that first photo too. Though, due to a few complications, I have to hide it from certain... people.
The Color Skopar has proven to be one of my favourite lenses... and I got it for a great deal as well! A very nice man from the Yukon sold it to me for $100, shipped to my door. He said he wasn't using it much, so he wanted to give it to someone who would put it to use!
I've picked up the 40/1.4 nokton here, and sometimes I find myself switching back to the Color Skopar :]
Snowy day here in Seattle.
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Joe, Charles, Thanks Very Much!
Robert, 2 Adorable Shots Of Your Daughter!
C, Lovely Grab Of Your Wife!
Patrick, All 3 Are Superb!!!
Maggie, Great To See You! Love The Cat Shot! Be Careful With That Ouija Board! ;- )
Ed, Apropos Needle In The Background. Cool Shot!
Portrait of my sister - she's an actress so doesn't mind being in front of the camera ;-)
M9 + Zeiss 50mm f1.5 Sonnar:
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