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    Söderåsen nature reserve.

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    Newport RI
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    The hall of fame and museum are located in the Newport Casino, which was commissioned in 1880 by James Gordon Bennett, Jr. as an exclusive resort for the rich and wealthy, and was designed by Charles McKim along with Stanford White, who did the interiors
    Stanford White (November 9, 1853 – June 25, 1906) was an American architect and partner in the architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White, the frontrunner among Beaux-Arts firms. He designed a long series of houses for the rich and the very rich, and various public, institutional, and religious buildings. His design principles embodied the "American Renaissance".
    Stanford White designed dozens of homes here in Newport most of which are still inhabited and in excellent condition
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    Newport RI
    This is a postcard I did for the Trinity Church in Newport RI. Trinity Church, on Queen Anne Square in Newport, Rhode Island, is a historic parish church in the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island. Founded in 1698, it is the oldest Episcopal parish in the state. The current Georgian building was designed by architect Richard Munday and constructed in 1725–26.
    The Newport, Rhode Island congregation began to gather about 1698. When Richard Coote, 1st Earl of Bellomont was investigating charges of the infractions of the Navigation Acts in Rhode Island, he requested that the Board of Trade send a minister from England to Rhode Island. The first church structure was built in 1700.
    The present church building was constructed in 1725-26, designed by local builder Richard Munday, who based his designs on those that he had seen that Sir Christopher Wren had used in London churches in the late 17th century. The church's design is very similar to that of Old North Church in Boston. Trinity, however, was built entirely of wood. It is believed to be the only church building with its three-tiered wineglass pulpit remaining in its original position in the center of the aisle, in front of the altar. The building was enlarged in 1764, but otherwise retains its original character with box pews.
    In 1731, Dean George Berkeley donated the first organ, whose wooden case, decorated with the Crown of England and the mitres of the archbishops of Canterbury and York, survives in place. The first organist was Charles Theodore Pachelbel, son of the famous German Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel.
    The church was used as a garrison church by the British Army in 1776–1778. Local oral tradition reports that George Washington attended services there in 1781. The Chevalier de Ternay, the French admiral who died in December 1780, is buried in the churchyard.
    Also interred here is Dr. Sylvester Gardiner, who in 1753 purchased an immense tract of Maine wilderness where he founded what is now the city of Gardiner. Many members of the Vanderbilt family attended the church when summering in Newport.
    Historical architect, Norman Isham, restored several parts of the church in the 1920s. The church has been seen in several films, including Amistad, Moonrise Kingdom and Evening. The burial service for former Rhode Island Senator Claiborne Pell was held at the church in January 2009.
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    This is an image that I made for Touro Synagogue that was signed by the entire congregation and presented to the former rabbi on the occasion of his retirement.
    The Touro Synagogue is a 1763 synagogue and is the oldest synagogue building still standing in the United States, the oldest surviving Jewish synagogue building in North America, and the only surviving synagogue building in the U.S. dating to the colonial era.
    In 1790, the synagogue's warden, Moses Seixas, wrote to George Washington, expressing his support for Washington's administration and good wishes for him. Washington sent a letter in response, which read in part:
    ...the Government of the United States...gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance...May the children of the Stock of Abraham, who dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjoy the good will of the other Inhabitants; while every one shall sit in safety under his own vine and figtree, and there shall be none to make him afraid. May the father of all mercies scatter light and not darkness in our paths, and make us all in our several vocations useful here, and in his own due time and way everlastingly happy."
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    Beautiful images, Stanley, and the historical info makes the posts even better. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful images, Stanley, and the historical info makes the posts even better. Thanks for sharing.
    +1. I'm enjoying your images too Stanley. The commentary is very much appreciated as well. You don't work for the tourist board do you ?

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    Thank you Lloyd; I consider it a privilege to be able to live in Newport part of each year. You people that monitor this thread should consider visiting Newport with you cameras
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    +1. I'm enjoying your images too Stanley. The commentary is very much appreciated as well. You don't work for the tourist board do you ?

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    No I don't work for the tourist board, but this town does thrive on summer tourists. While the tourists are a huge pain for us residents, the tourists dollars enable this community to maintain this amazing infrastructure.
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    Would love to make another visit, Stanley. I've originally from Boston, but live out in the wild West now. Newport was a favorite place to visit when I was young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    No I don't work for the tourist board, but this town does thrive on summer tourists. While the tourists are a huge pain for us residents, the tourists dollars enable this community to maintain this amazing infrastructure.
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    Hi Stanley:

    I hope you realize my comment was very much tongue-in-cheek. I admire your appreciation and promotion of the area in which you live. I feel much the same about the Lake Erie shore in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Hi Stanley:

    I hope you realize my comment was very much tongue-in-cheek. I admire your appreciation and promotion of the area in which you live. I feel much the same about the Lake Erie shore in NY.

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    I do realize that you were being humorous, and I appreciate your comments
    Thank you,
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    This image was taken outside of the International Yacht Restoration School on thames Street in Newport. I assume these small vessels are candidates for restoration.
    The International Yacht Restoration School (known as IYRS) is a private nonprofit school focusing on training for the marine trades. Currently programs are offered in Composites Technology, Boatbuilding & Restoration, and Marine Systems. IYRS programs focus on making, building, restoring, and maintaining, using both traditional and modern materials from wood to composites and carbon fiber.
    Graduate placement rates are exceptionally high with over 80% of students during the past five years employed on or within several months of graduation.
    Tourists are permitted to visit a balcony which overlooks the projects currently being restored and watch the restoration take place.
    This facility is not highly publicized and unfortunately few people ever stop to enjoy.
    The restored boats are auctioned off a few times a year and the wooden ones sell for very moderate prices based the the hundreds of hours spent on the restoration.
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    A few architecture images from last weekend.


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    Day 1 from my road trip.. 5 minute 26 second exposure. Details on 500px.


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    Some fun today with the IQ180/Alpa STC/Rodie 40HR combo, shot with a disto and an app that I have just finished reviewing that lets you specify your near and far points for DOF and your required print size and resolution and then tells you exactly where to focus, which I did using the HPF ring and a Disto. It works! Then banged them into the new DXO FilmPack4 for a giggle - I normally hate fun with filters but hey, it was fun... two very different treatments and they look a bit odd side by side but individually I like 'em!



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    And another one - this one with a 'straight' treatment... and the app let me nail near and far focus to the contents of the desktop alone...
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    Oh [email protected].. can't....stop....using...DXO... HELP!



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    I-phone app?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    I-phone app?
    No, full-on 80mp TIFF processing. But it looks like it comes off an iPhone. I feel so dirty.
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    he, he, I was referring not to the images, but to the app you referenced

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    Ahhh! Yes, iPhone and works on iPad. Extremely useful!

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    Very nice Tim ! Just about the last 2 images, they seem too photoshoped, I can't believe it's old. It's too clean.

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    I totally agree.. I was messing about to show how absurd these sorts of effects can be if you have no idea about visual consistency. That's why the last one has a crinkled paper surface but a slide film edge

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    the secret is in fine tuning these effects.

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    but the shot with the typewriter (without the ugly frame but with the film fake) is beautiful

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    OK, so you are probably a bit tired of shots of this subject, but I have kept trying to get a composition that satisfies me, and I think this might be it:

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    Or maybe you prefer this... Any views?

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    _IGP3408Step8CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    Or maybe you prefer this... Any views?
    Ed,

    I like the second image better than the first, by a small margin. It has a certain "less is more" quality about it. With the bridge being the subject, and the traffic lines leading into the image, it's the one I'm more attracted to. Just my humble opinion.

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    Is ther such a thing as too much work? fully booked until july.. working what feels like 24/7 and its not far off the reality... just got back from Bergen and a commercial shoot that I cant publish til the spring when the show is broadcast.. FUN. off to Oslo and surrounding areas next week for a commercial shoot for one of the biggest shopping centre chains in Norway... FUN, and betweeb all that ive got industrial and hotel/restaurant jobs and all the usual portrait stuff in the studio! for once I am looking forward to a just a little hole in my diary!
    Her is one from a recent shoot for a confirmation... big here in Norway. Her in traditional dress from this part of the country, Møre og Romsdal. It is called a "bunad"

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    This one from a recent commercial portrait shoot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Ed,

    I like the second image better than the first, by a small margin. It has a certain "less is more" quality about it. With the bridge being the subject, and the traffic lines leading into the image, it's the one I'm more attracted to. Just my humble opinion.

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    Thanks Joe - I appreciate your thoughts... :-)

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    Arca Swiss Rm3di | XF | P1 IQ380 |

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    OK, hands up who hasn't killed dead-time on a job with some kind of silly self portrait???

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    Avignon and the bridge to Avalong

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    This photograph was taken using a polarizer and Lee infrared blocking 8x ND filter and a 90 second exposure.

    Infrared blocking filter allows long exposures without degrading the visible colors.

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    7 shot stitch using Pentax 645D + 6x7 75mm f2.8AL lens with Pentax adaptor:

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    Kona, Big Island, HI
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    Pramote,

    You're killin' me!! I love that image. Adopt me please.

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