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    Sometimes as a photographer, even when fully, no overbooked, the phone rings and you just have to say yes... today was one of those days...
    This girl's horse is terminally ill and is going to be put down, her parents rang me to ask if I had time for a shoot, no I said, but I will make time.. shot this evening in the woods on the girls farm I think I managed to capture the closeness between a girl and her horse... maybe not "fun" but I feel like sharing this moment....

    H4D-40 80mm at f4 and a kiss of light from my profoto beauty dish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Pramote,

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

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    Thanks very much Joe!
    Although it's been raining everyday, we really enjoy it. Big Island has a lot to offer for photographers.
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    Great stuff above!

    Some from the last 2 weeks..
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    I am absolutely not a nature photographer.. but yesterday I was posing a client by a footbridge over a little stream running into a large pond when I suddenly saw this newly emerged dragonfly on the post I was just about to get my client to lean against... well grabbed the extension tube (26mm) and the 80mm... just a quick hand held grab...

    H4D-40 26mm tube + 80mm f2.8 @ f10 1/180 lit with profoto magnum reflector...

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    Kona, Big Island, HI
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    From a visit to Söderåsen nature reserve this weekend.

    I'm always drawn to the chaotic structures of small streams due to erosion in bedrock

    AFDlll, Hartblei 45mm, P45+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

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    A great picture - but why this not in color...? I can feel the green from the tree or the blue in the sea. A wonderful dark brown at the stem...

    Perhaps this could (for me) really be better in color.
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    From tee at Barsebäck Golf & Country Club.


    Hasselblad H4D-50 | HC 3,5/35 | f22 | 0,5s | iso 50 | Tripod Feisol CT-3472LV
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    I like it better without the Tee marker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    This gives me the feeling of an old classic movie. I'm just wating for Johnny Wiessmuller to jump down from the tree!

    Did I say that I love this image, well I do!
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    Hasselblad 500cm, Portra 800, 80mm 2.8, extension 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    This gives me the feeling of an old classic movie. I'm just wating for Johnny Wiessmuller to jump down from the tree!

    Did I say that I love this image, well I do!
    I truly appreciate your kind words, my friend! The tree may be a little bit too small though

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    Quote Originally Posted by weinlamm View Post
    A great picture - but why this not in color...? I can feel the green from the tree or the blue in the sea. A wonderful dark brown at the stem...

    Perhaps this could (for me) really be better in color.
    Christian...Thank very much for your comment. I will try.
    It may be just me. I feel long exposure photography looks better in B&W.
    The IQ260 would be a perfect back.

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    Regarding "Fun with MF images" or rather my tools for making them.

    The more I use the Hartblei 45mm lens for my Mamiya AFD-camera the more pleased I become with it.
    In the field of "fun lenses" this one gives me absolutely most pleasure when I PLAY with it compared to all my other lenses.

    It was like learning to ride a bicycle in the beginning, first frustrating, but then suddenly a big smile on your face when all the pieces fall into place.
    And I am pleased with how easy it is to use together with my AFD-camera and its view finder. You just need light.
    If your objekt is to dark, use a good flash light or a laser to produce illumination on your object to help you focus.

    Below is a pictures from Söderåsen nature reserve this sunday.
    I was resting after a long walk and just played a bit with this stone wall. Without and with "Focus mask" in Capture One.
    All done without any formulas, tables or distant meters and the camera pointing downwards to the wall.

    So if anyone is wondering what tilt and/or shift could do for you, I really recommend this lens to start with.
    A wee bit cheaper than a technical camera..

    Did I say that I really likes this lens?

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    Hands down most amazing things I have ever seen.. a double rainbow over the Grand Tetons at sunrise.. Shot with my h2 and p45+ with the 50-110 and LEE 105mm cpl..


    Double Rainbow over the Grand Tetons and Snake River by RickrPhoto, on Flickr
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    Lorraine.
    H4D50 with the 24mm. No HDR.
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    [IMG]
    _IGP5454Step8sRGBSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    near east hampton train station... H3/39
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    Newport RI

    This is an image of the interior of Touro synagogue, the oldest synagogue in the US and the oldest in North America.
    The building is named from Issac de Touro who came to Newport in 1758. The building was designed by Peter Harrison who was Americas first architect.
    My image depicts a few of the 12 Ionic and Corinthian columns and some of the original five handsome brass chandeliers

    This is one of my first attempts at photographing so many columns that must line up straight. I was surprised at how much photoshop work was necessary with horizontal and vertical transforming.
    I have been working tethered to a computer vis Phocus and trying to change angles and lenses to minimize distortion, but even in the best case photoshop's transform areas were needed to save the photograph
    Could not use my Arca Swiss because I have not be able to figure out how to wirelessly sync my three Quantum flashes with my Hasselblad back
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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    The building was designed by Peter Harrison who was Americas first architect.
    ??? There were architects in America long before the Europeans turned up.
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    [IMG] _IGP5108Step6CropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Variation on a theme:

    [IMG] _IGP5285Step8sRGBCropSMALL by eduardotunnel4, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    ??? There were architects in America long before the Europeans turned up.
    Quote from Wikipedia:
    Peter Harrison is credited with being the first professionally trained architect in America
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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Quote from Wikipedia:
    Peter Harrison is credited with being the first professionally trained architect in America
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    From Wikipedia:

    Between AD 900 and 1150, Chaco Canyon was a major center of culture for the Ancient Pueblo Peoples. Chacoans quarried sandstone blocks and hauled timber from great distances, assembling fifteen major complexes which remained the largest buildings in North America until the 19th century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    From Wikipedia:



    Fortunately I have more important things to do than debate the history of architecture with you; but for the record when I post some information on this site, I attempt to carefully research what I post. Quite frankly, I resent it when you challenge my statements with inaccurate comments.
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    What is inaccurate? The native people of this continent did not produce significant architecture? Quite frankly, I resent that you seem to think that anything you post should be above comment or discussion. Forums are exactly that, places where ideas and views can be exchanged. If comments from members are going to be too disturbing for you, I suggest another way of publishing your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Fortunately I have more important things to do than debate the history of architecture with you; but for the record when I post some information on this site, I attempt to carefully research what I post. Quite frankly, I resent it when you challenge my statements with inaccurate comments.
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    Until now, I have enjoyed your photographs, but this arrogance and lack of respect for the history of those who lived and worked in America long before the Europeans arrived is really depressing. Makes me wonder which planet you came from
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    ??? There were architects in America long before the Europeans turned up.
    Two thousand years before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    ... I attempt to carefully research what I post.
    In this case your attempt failed miserably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    In this case your attempt failed miserably.

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    OK Guys you win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    In this case your attempt failed miserably.

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    Peter Harrison was America's "first architect." He worked in both the Boston area and Newport, Rhodes Island, which at the time was the fifth largest city in the colonies. He was a self-taught architect who was inspired by the architects in England who were building grand Baroque buildings. He got his ideas from their written works, the pattern books, especially those of James Gibbs. He was a Tory and returned to England after the Revolution.
    above is from a website called Architecture for kids


    Peter Harrison was America's "first architect." He worked in both the Boston area and Newport, Rhodes Island, which at the time was the fifth largest city in the colonies. He was a self-taught architect who was inspired by the architects in England who were building grand Baroque buildings. He got his ideas from their written works, the pattern books, especially those of James Gibbs. He was a Tory and returned to England after the Revolution.

    from wikipedia

    A book titled Peter Harrison:first American Architect was written by Carl Bridenbaugh, a member of the Early American History and Culture Insitute

    Nothing wrong with my research and I am probably the least arrogant person around-I posted on this site to share and joined the site to learn; however you guys are a tough group and I don't feel comfortable here any longer
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    Clearly this is both a sensitive issue and an area in which there are semantics/definitions at play in terms of what an architect is. It is also the case that it's hard to discuss this simply on a factual level when there are so many quite justified emotions and values at stake.

    I think we just need to respect that there are heartfelt and differing views on the terms being used while utterly respecting/admiring both indigenous American achievements and the photography here. Would be a shame not to see our pictures here due to these differences of perspective. If people are being tough in what they say, Stanley, it's because they care profoundly about points of principle - but that need not imply that there has been any negative intention on either side.
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    I might also add that, given the history of terrible injustice (indeed murderous genocide), to exclude indigenous people from any category or area of achievement is understandably seen badly, even if the intention is not negative and a specific use of terminology arguable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    I might also add that, given the history of terrible injustice (indeed murderous genocide), to exclude indigenous people from any category or area of achievement is understandably seen badly, even if the intention is not negative and a specific use of terminology arguable...
    Ed for Pete's sake-I posted an image of a colonial building built in the 1700 and designed by an architect who designed some important edifices in RI.
    When I researched his name three sources referred to him as America's first professionally trained architect and I reported that. How that makes me a bad person excluding any group including indigenous people is not arguable-it is far fetched and beyond my understanding of reason.
    In addition a member of this forum attacked me with this sentence "but this arrogance and lack of respect for the history of those who lived and worked in America long before the Europeans arrived is really depressing. Makes me wonder which planet you came from"
    I have difficulty connecting the dots-I was referring to the guy that designed the building that I photographed and the literature written about him
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    Hi Stanley,

    I can say little more than what I have already said because all I am saying is that both your intention and those of people who have a problem with the continued statement that there were no pre-European American architects are no doubt sincerely held. I am urging you and others to accept that this is a debate around how the term 'architect' is used and perhaps to understand why others may feel strongly about the matter (and especially your continued position that the other view appears not to be valid), even if your intentions are perfectly reasonable.
    In short, I am suggesting that we all agree to differ while respecting the validity of the other view.

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    Your initial statement did say "first architect" rather than "professionally trained architect" and that has not, I think, been explicitly stated to have been erroneous in any of your subsequent messages. Further, I think one might reasonably say that much earlier indigenous architects were professionally trained, just according to different cultural principles and conventions. Finally, if this is a debatable area, perhaps the benefit of any such doubt should fall in favour of those groups who have suffered most. Please understand that I am not calling into question your motives here; merely indicating what the other view might be and that it could be worth explicitly and generously acknowledging it.

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    I just read this recent thread. I doubt Stanley meant any slight to anyone with his post. He is simply enthused with where he lives and adds interesting background information. I suspect he could have been persuaded to modify his post to something along the lines of: “the first English-trained professional architect.”; in the interest of accuracy if not sensitivity. In any event, the opportunity for gentle enlightenment was lost.

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    Back to our regularly scheduled programming: A red-headed woodpecker, whose glance seems to say "Another human? Why is it I draw so much attention?"



    _IGP7547 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed HUrst View Post
    I might also add that, given the history of terrible injustice (indeed murderous genocide), to exclude indigenous people from any category or area of achievement is understandably seen badly, even if the intention is not negative and a specific use of terminology arguable...
    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I just read this recent thread. I doubt Stanley meant any slight to anyone with his post. He is simply enthused with where he lives and adds interesting background information. I suspect he could have been persuaded to modify his post to something along the lines of: “the first English-trained professional architect.”; in the interest of accuracy if not sensitivity. In any event, the opportunity for gentle enlightenment was lost.

    Tom

    I actually think that I may have lost my mind. How did I get into this discussion? My only motive in being here was to improve my photographic skills-I wanted to see what others are doing-I wanted to understand how Dan Lindberg can be so brilliant-his post today of the Goteborgsopersan just blows me away-he is on another planet and I say that because I am in awe of his creativity.
    I won't be posting here any longer but I wish to thank those of you that wrote some kind remarks concerning some of my images
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    First shot with my new Rm3di and first shot from my trip to the Palouse area. Rodie 70mm, this is a 7 shot pano stitch. No clue what my f/stop was (argh ... have to figure out a system for this). Guessing I was at f/16. 1/15th, ISO 35


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    Wayne, whatever the aperture was, it was the right one.
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    Some more erosion in bedrock with water.
    Söderåsen nature reserve.

    The interesting thing is that all my photos on this page of the "tread" where taken at ISO 800 by mistake.
    I was really surprised that the level of noise in the pictures was so low.
    But I suspect the result would be quite different in low light..

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    One more from my "ISO 800" series, Söderåsen nature reserve.

    But in this photo it was the effect of the polarizer I used that surprised me.
    In the beech forest at Söderåsen, almost everything is more or less green on a sunny day because of the light being filtered through the foliage.
    So I decided to use the polarizer to reduce the green reflections in the water.
    It did reduce some of the green reflections in the water, but it really increased the intensity of the "vertical greenery" in the center.

    I waited for a long time for the wind to settle down, but it newer really went still.

    It's always interesting to wander in a beech forests..

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