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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
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    Truly love the composition, simplicty and lighting. Sometimes what appears to be an uncomplicated photo, is anything but simplistic. For me personally it works exceptionally well.

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    Those are great Ashwin!
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    Boeing 737-800 Simulator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    Did the welding arc damage your sensor? It's extremely bright.

    - Leigh
    Leigh, no problems, I have done this before and have so far had no problems, I am in the middle of a shoot now, (customer changing clothes) and the camera is functioning perfectly

    I am no electronics expert but I wonder how could light damage the sensor? any expert opinions? maybe I should start a new thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
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    I really like this one! the simplicity just makes it better.. the placement of the birds is just perfect, almost geometric in relation to the tree.. Great timing , a bit of luck or maybe both but it sure looks good

    The other bird image doesnt work for me in the same way at all...
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    Bit of an exercise in focus stacking (H4D-50 with 120mm macro Mk1)

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    Thanks guys. And Nathan, I quite agree about preferring the second bird pic over the first. And of course it was all due to great timing. We all know luck plays no part in photography ;-)
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    Pramote - what a beguiling shot!

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    Those are great Ashwin!
    +1 (or should be +3 for all of them?)

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    From a Shoot yesterday for a magasin with my new H4D-50 and 100mm/2.2.
    ISO 400 1/15 F8 out of Cam in LRç. I'm happy with the low noise.
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    Earlier today. A mink peers out of its hole. IQ180, ISO800+, 240 mm LS lens.

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    Bill - what a lovely shot! Simply delightful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    I find it interesting to follow a photographers different pictures presented over time.
    It let me in some way travel together with that person and se a slice of the world just as that person chose to present it.
    But I am not interested in any "forensic" fingerprint of the moment.
    For me, it is the interpreted moment that is of interest.
    It also adds an extra dimension to see some ones interpretation of an landscape that I really don't have any personal relationship with.
    Then I can see the landscape as it is presented to me with out my own preferences blocking the view.
    One such landscape is the different landscapes of the United States.

    And Pramote is a presenter and interpreter of that landscape I have been following here on getdpi.
    It is a bold paler that is used to color in his brushstrokes on the canvas in most of the pictures I see here.

    This picture is a good example for me of Pramotes use of composition and palett.

    The colorful field in the lower third of this picture shapes a green and yellow rectangle that the whole picture rest on.
    And the two elongated triangels that is built up of sky and the mountain/hill shapes the top rectangle that anchors the top third.
    Thous two parts communicate by and harmonizing pallet over the dynamic middle third of this picture.
    They are two still parts that frames the dynamic middle part, a dynamic part that show a frozen slice of stretched time and action in the sea.
    Also check out the balance between the right and left side of the middle third, the balance between the dark sea and the colorful spot on the small peninsula.

    This picture is for me the essence of Promotes pictures of the US.

    Ray
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Same but not stitched.

    Another photographer I follow with interest is Woody Campbell
    There is a completely different choice of palette and landscape.
    For me mostly a gray/black palette in a cityscape type of landscape.
    And this is presented in a intriging and often abstract way.
    Many times I feel like I am presented with a slice of a city of steel.

    But there is also glimmer of colors, and people in an intimate landscape of them self or in close vicinity of others.

    And his pictures are so totally different from my own choose of style and selection of objects.
    So it is like I am being led into scenes that in many way are alien to me and that I not always understand but I never find boring but often vitalizing to my own way of seeing..

    So I let this picture represent the feeling Woodys pictures often evoke in me.
    A knife edge of sharpness in the left lower corner and the rest fades of in to the distance. A distance of man made structure.
    Except for a thin slice of nature.
    And don't ask me why I choose a almost totally soft cityscape when many of Woddys are tack sharp.
    But that how it is with the hidden choice of the unconscious mind, it mostly stays hidden from the conscious parts…

    So I just lean back and wait for more.
    And I know that I will not be disappointed
    Last edited by Grayhand; 16th February 2013 at 15:06. Reason: As always, spelling...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I find it interesting to follow a photographers different pictures presented over time.
    It let me in some way travel together with that person and se a slice of the world just as that person chose to present it.
    But I am not interested in any "forensic" fingerprint of the moment.
    For me, it is the interpreted moment that is of interest.
    It also adds an extra dimension to see some ones interpretation of an landscape that I really don't have any personal relationship with.
    Then I can see the landscape as it is presented to me with out my own preferences blocking the view.
    One such landscape is the different landscapes of the United States.

    And Pramote is a presenter and interpreter of that landscape I have been following here on getdpi.
    It is a bold paler that is used to color in his brushstrokes on the canvas in most of the pictures I see here.

    This picture is a good example for me of Pramotes use of composition and palett.

    The colorful field in the lower third of this picture shapes a green and yellow rectangle that the whole picture rest on.
    And the two elongated triangels that is built up of sky and the mountain/hill shapes the top rectangle that anchors the top third.
    Thous two parts communicate by and harmonizing pallet over the dynamic middle third of this picture.
    They are two still parts that frames the dynamic middle part, a dynamic part that show a frozen slice of stretched time and action in the sea.
    Also check out the balance between the right and left side of the middle third, the balance between the dark sea and the colorful spot on the small peninsula.

    This picture is for me the essence of Promotes pictures of the US.

    Ray
    Thanks very much Ray! I am honored. Pramote

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    H4D-50 with 100mm 2.2
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    Not much water this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    The palette, hues and variety of textures as well as the compositional arrangement of the three primary elements within the frame, lead to a very attractive, unique and successful capture of this well known landscape. Almost pastel like in presentation. Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    The palette, hues and variety of textures as well as the compositional arrangement of the three primary elements within the frame, lead to a very attractive, unique and successful capture of this well known landscape. Almost pastel like in presentation. Lovely!

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    Dave...Thanks very much for your kind words! Pramote

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    I drove to the Golden Gate Canyon State Park this morning but didn't make it before sunrise because I was occupied with this picture.
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    www.dossantoslemone.com
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    Fort Point

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    Nice Bob, Magic place.

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    Lovely use of shadow's Bob...looks like a spider's web..
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    20 shot stitch made with 645D + 35mm A lens:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Another photographer I follow with interest is Woody Campbell
    There is a completely different choice of palette and landscape.
    For me mostly a gray/black palette in a cityscape type of landscape.
    And this is presented in a intriging and often abstract way.
    Many times I feel like I am presented with a slice of a city of steel.

    But there is also glimmer of colors, and people in an intimate landscape of them self or in close vicinity of others.

    And his pictures are so totally different from my own choose of style and selection of objects.
    So it is like I am being led into scenes that in many way are alien to me and that I not always understand but I never find boring but often vitalizing to my own way of seeing..

    So I let this picture represent the feeling Woodys pictures often evoke in me.
    A knife edge of sharpness in the left lower corner and the rest fades of in to the distance. A distance of man made structure.
    Except for a thin slice of nature.
    And don't ask me why I choose a almost totally soft cityscape when many of Woddys are tack sharp.
    But that how it is with the hidden choice of the unconscious mind, it mostly stays hidden from the conscious parts…

    So I just lean back and wait for more.
    And I know that I will not be disappointed
    Grayhand - thanks for your interest and for taking the time to write a detailed critique. My major photo effort is my daily blog, where I've posted photos that I've taken on a daily basis for 1,214 days now without a miss. I sometimes use this forum as an editorial resource, putting up photos taken on a particular day and watching the comments and likes. I may agree or disagree with the reactions but they are very valuable.

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    Leica S + 35mm. Dog walk

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    Same. Two frames stitched.

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    Leica S + 70mm 3 frames stitched.

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    Finally -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Grayhand - thanks for your interest and for taking the time to write a detailed critique. My major photo effort is my daily blog, where I've posted photos that I've taken on a daily basis for 1,214 days now without a miss. I sometimes use this forum as an editorial resource, putting up photos taken on a particular day and watching the comments and likes. I may agree or disagree with the reactions but they are very valuable.
    Thanks Woody for info about your blog.
    I will follow that one with interest

    Well, it is best to stand free in relation to others critique of ones pictures.
    They are just interpretations of a interpretation.
    It happens that the observer get a glimpse of the original creators vision.
    But it is not uncommon that the critique completely miss the original interpretation

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    Just having a little fun to combat the cabin fever.

    Been here?



    Maybe here?

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    I like this series. Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Just having a little fun to combat the cabin fever.

    Been here?


    Never! Where (literally) on earth is this? That's amazingly beautiful and very strange at the same time
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    Recent Maternity photo session with a close friend and his fiancé.

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    Misha and Viola Maternity session6720RT by mikedotephoto, on Flickr

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    Misha and Viola Maternity session6752RT by mikedotephoto, on Flickr
    Shot with a Mamiya AFD 2 and a Leaf Aptus 22.
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    Getting tired of snow and ice. 645D, 400mm FA.


    _IGP8760 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Never! Where (literally) on earth is this? That's amazingly beautiful and very strange at the same time
    Welcome to the new Palouse Mountains ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Those are great Ashwin!
    Very much agree and find them quite appealing in B&W. I especially like the 1st and 2nd one...but the whole series is excellent Ashwin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Just having a little fun to combat the cabin fever.

    Been here?



    Maybe here?



    Strange, beautiful almost fairy tail like, especially the 1st one. Reminds me of a scene out of a Tim Burton movie. Unique and would love to see this printed really big

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    Totally agree with Dave - this is surreal. Fancy sharing the exact location with us? ;-)
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    Think vertical exaggeration...

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    tuscany.... italy... though the exaggeration ... of everything looks really cool

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    I got a touch carried away ;-)

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    H4D-40 HCD 28 hand held inside the lathe to get this angle... wide open f4 1/60 iso 200
    Black and white in lightroom
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