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    Zen meditation for the day...

    Does it count if the Scotch bottle isn't empty?

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    AFDlll, Hartblei 45mm, P45+
    And of course, Söderåsen nature reserve.

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    Great Blue Heron with with chicks.
    Leica S2 / Mamiya 500 APO / ISO 640.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pesto View Post
    Great Blue Heron with with chicks.
    Leica S2 / Mamiya 500 APO / ISO 640.
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    Really nice Doug; the little ones, wondering where their meal is, make the shot.

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    Thanks Tom, they are hungry little devils. I think "Is it soup yet" would have made a fitting caption.

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    Only in Arkansas. IQ180, Cambo, Rodenstock 50mm

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    shots in Maine, end of winter!
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    I've posted a few shots of the ice along the shore of Lake Erie. I sometimes refer to them by their local name - ice volcanoes. The combination of shoreline, prevailing wind and temperatures make these somewhat unique mounds. This shot shows how the name originated.


    _IGP9858 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    [QUOTE=etrump;502040]Only in Arkansas.

    Ed, I take that you have not spent much time in Florida. Here's one from just outside the city limits of Okeechobee.
    Leica S2 / 120macro / ISO 160


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    Leica S + s24mm.... 3 exposure's..
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    Color version of the same shot...
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    Definitely like the B&W better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Color version of the same shot...
    Very cool. Tone mapped? It seems almost devouring; I may never look at an escalator the same way again.
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    An interesting phenomenon I haven’t seen, or noticed before: the gulls congregate on remaining ice along the shore. Mating? A lecture? Watching the sunset ?



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    running cool dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    An interesting phenomenon I haven’t seen, or noticed before: the gulls congregate on remaining ice along the shore. Mating? A lecture? Watching the sunset ?



    _IGP0124 by tsjanik47, on Flickr


    _IGP0112 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    I really like the bottom one.. and little less beach and more sky and it would be very close to Gursky's famous snap..

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Definitely like the B&W better.
    I agree Ed,images like this with so much tonality and detail look great in B&W

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Very cool. Tone mapped? It seems almost devouring; I may never look at an escalator the same way again.
    One can almost imagine Dante's inferno at the end of that elevator.."abandon hope all ye who enter here"

    It is a 3 shot HDR tonemapped in photomatix,I generally prefer to create hdr images manually but it was late and I didn't have the focus (excuse the pun..;-) )
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    RZ67, 110mm, f2.8, 1/60th, ISO3200, Lightly processed to B&W in SilverEfex2
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    Just brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    I really like the bottom one.. and little less beach and more sky and it would be very close to Gursky's famous snap..
    LOL. I'd be happy to clone areas (as did Gursky) and print very large for 4 million Anyone?

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    Part two of the gull convention. I wish I’d hadn’t seen Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.

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    Bonaparte Gulls (and interlopers).


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    No birds, but I did take a trip out to Bailey's Island today.



    And behind the scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    No birds, but I did take a trip out to Bailey's Island today.
    The birds are all meeting near me. Is that a P0? How to you like it?

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    Tom, you have certainly cleared out the coast of Maine.

    It is a P0 and I love it. Although I am thinking of adding a panning base to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    No birds, but I did take a trip out to Bailey's Island today.



    And behind the scene.

    Shashin, The illusion is that the tripod is leaning forward and about to do a "faceplant"

    Tom, talk about a congregation of birds...Wow! Does this happen around the same time each year?

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    13 shot pano H4D-40 HC 150

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Color version of the same shot...
    Nice!
    I love escalators! Last year I was hired by a rather large company to photograph a large number of their shopping centres for use in their yearly reports and customer magazines... I Photographed quite a few escalators.. will have to dig out some shots I think... I did get approached by one concerned woman, wondering why I was on the ground shooting UP the escalator... a quick look at the screen and her worries that she had caught an "upskirt pervo" quickly vanished!

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    From the studio this time...
    H4D-40 & 80mm at f3.4 1/180
    ISO 400
    One Arri T1 with barn doors

    No retouch yet, straight from lightroom...
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    [QUOTE=Nathan W. Lediard;502802]From the studio this time...
    H4D-40 & 80mm at f3.4 1/180
    ISO 400
    One Arri T1 with barn doors

    No retouch yet, straight from lightroom...

    Great lighting.. I'm guessing two. the Arri with BD's is the top light and the second a gridded box..

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    [QUOTE=RVB;502835]
    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    From the studio this time...
    H4D-40 & 80mm at f3.4 1/180
    ISO 400
    One Arri T1 with barn doors

    No retouch yet, straight from lightroom...

    Great lighting.. I'm guessing two. the Arri with BD's is the top light and the second a gridded box..
    Thanks! but.... Arri T1 is the only light turned off studio lights, blinds down on the windows... any fill comes from reflected light , the wood panelling she is up against is quite shiny despite its dark colour

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    Thanks! but.... Arri T1 is the only light turned off studio lights, blinds down on the windows... any fill comes from reflected light , the wood panelling she is up against is quite shiny despite its dark colour [/QUOTE]

    Thx for the info,I probably should have guessed the Key was the arri and it's a hard light..

    So the light coming into the frame from the top right is window light..?

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    Another, again with the single Arri T1 (1000watt tungsten fresnel) and barn doors

    This time with the 50-110 at 90mm f4.5 1/180 iso 800

    A colour twist and some grain added in lightroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    Thanks! but.... Arri T1 is the only light turned off studio lights, blinds down on the windows... any fill comes from reflected light , the wood panelling she is up against is quite shiny despite its dark colour [/QUOTE

    Thx for the info,I probably should have guessed the Key was the arri and it's a hard light..

    So the light coming into the frame from the top right is window light..?
    No.. no window light.. The thing about arri lights with barn doors is you can manipulate the light like nothing else, by placement of the light and how you angle the barn doors... the light is to my right and above me and shining towards the model at an angle.. the barn doors create a slash of light ... it almost looks improbable... thats what I love about the arris... its hard to get this look with my profotos... with the arris its so simple its criminal and the ladies love the look... very flattering! When on full flood the light is hard yet soft at the same time.. only downside is that they produce alot of heat... they are coming with LED fresnels now, and they will compete well with the expensive hmi fresnels available now... I use my Arris a lot. I haev the T1 (1000w) a 650 watt a 300 watt and a cute little 150 watt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    No.. no window light.. The thing about arri lights with barn doors is you can manipulate the light like nothing else, by placement of the light and how you angle the barn doors... the light is to my right and above me and shining towards the model at an angle.. the barn doors create a slash of light ... it almost looks improbable... thats what I love about the arris... its hard to get this look with my profotos... with the arris its so simple its criminal and the ladies love the look... very flattering! When on full flood the light is hard yet soft at the same time.. only downside is that they produce alot of heat... they are coming with LED fresnels now, and they will compete well with the expensive hmi fresnels available now... I use my Arris a lot. I haev the T1 (1000w) a 650 watt a 300 watt and a cute little 150 watt
    Many thanks.. that was helpful..
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    Many thanks.. that was helpful..
    You are welcome

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    awolf.....I quite like that. A most excellent image!!!!!

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    Thank you, Vincent.
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    I wanted to photograph some motorcycles with a "girl next door" look - so here is really my first offering. Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000cc with Tegan.

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    Lena: one of those one-light-wonders (just because she shines so bright and lovely!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post
    I wanted to photograph some motorcycles with a "girl next door" look - so here is really my first offering. Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000cc with Tegan.

    Mal

    IQ180 80mm LS lens in studio.

    Ah.... I had a Guzzi 850 Le Mans way back... bored out to 950 it used to set off car alarms with its reverse cone megaphone "silencers"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    Ah.... I had a Guzzi 850 Le Mans way back... bored out to 950 it used to set off car alarms with its reverse cone megaphone "silencers"
    I am sure , the norwegian police does not like that .
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    Well it was back when I lived in the UK... dont know about the Police , but my NEIGHBOURS certainly didn't like it

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    Sunrise from my trip to Mars - 2008.

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    Ah.... I had a Guzzi 850 Le Mans way back... bored out to 950 it used to set off car alarms with its reverse cone megaphone "silencers"
    Had the same problem with my 748SP with Termi exhaust, but what music to a petrol head!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Lena: one of those one-light-wonders (just because she shines so bright and lovely!)

    Beautiful expression Stan.

    A pleasure to see such an open look.

    Funny, it reminds me of the radiant smiles of the island girls in Vanuatu.


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    Leica S .. Just a simple walk around snap,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Sunrise from my trip to Mars - 2008.

    P30+, 28mm

    Funny, I thought Mars was cloudless? And where are the canals?
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