thanks man you rock the world too!!!
These two latest ones are great. The first is particularly well performed. I actually like the second motive better, but it would need more elaborate lighting to be really stunning.
Just keep up the good work
not sure, my first gallery showing, is coming up but these are from an old ymca that was built in 1929 and abandoned for quite a while it has been abated but it has an old pool and gym and today I found some old roller skates, I hope to get a local gallery showing with locations that are local, I have my eye on a school in the middle of nowhere I am hoping to get permission for so who knows,
I shot pictures for the last 4 days strait like 10 hours a day, I used all kinds of cameras and that first exposure is something like 8 or nine minutes the lower floors are really dark..
This really is an impressive series. I hope you get the permission you're after, and get the show put together. All the best.
maybe....... them gators can kill you dead!!
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in Miami-Dade county, alligator populated lakes (can't call them "infested") in population zones are either fenced off from about 50 yards from shore or Animal Control will come and relocate the gators to the Everglades.
This lake is prohibited because of liability most likely. People are allowed to boat and fish, just not swim.
And I realize now that the sub-species of alligator is not the insurance adjuster (they are a sub-species of stork - often bringing bundles of joy), but the actuarial (who calculates risk).
a couple more architectural shots with the IR-D90
Gosh darn it Jim, you are making me want to pick up a nice used D90 and have Lifepixel perform their mojo on it...
Then again, if I finally get the D3X, I can send my D300 off for a conversion. Hmmmm...
Your shots are really making me consider getting a modified 5D... (Folks, I shoot Canon and am NOT going to change horses.)
Nikon! I have almost forgotten my poor D2Xs. This is an oldie now with the 17-55.
Too much work, too many sofas...
S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 42mm and f/5.6
Tim, that is a marvelous shot! Where is it taken?
Jorgen, I like the commercial aspect of the sofa shot --- very creative!
Thank you, Jack. It was taken during preparation for two very hectic days at a furniture factory last week.
haha, excellent -- it is like the magician's "sawing a lady in half" trick, though of course into thirds, rather than halves.
Fun with flowers
Thanks Cindy! I've decided to pick it up again. Might as well use it, especially in this wet weather since it's more weather sealed than the M8. I can never get my investment back, but in a way it's nice to have a camera you can "risk" in difficult environments.
Stunning Tim...the Colors and droplets are Breathtaking
Which lens on the D2X ?
To Light & Love
Thank you Helen! That's the 17-55 DX lens.
I agree with Cindy Flood that there is still a lot of life left in your Nikon D2Xs. Recently I blew the dust off my Nikon D2H and started to use it again together with the D300. At any rate, the colors of your posted image are so stunning! All the best, Leica 77
The S5īs gone, iīm not. This is a picture I took of my granddaughter before I parted with the Fuji. In the works for her and her motherīs wall.
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F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aiīd), 1,8/85 af-d,
ok, flowers today
D3x, DC 135/2:
Fun Picture with Nikon D300 + AF 18-200mm VR Lens. From my recent travel to Tokyo. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
Fun Picture with Nikon D300 + 18-200mm VR Lens. From my recent travel to Taipei. Thank you for looking. Leica 77