Matt: excellent. Love the first one, where the contrast in expression and attitude between the two vendors is priceless. The (better" "MOVE" above the second one's head is a nice addiction, too.
Rayyan: +1 on both Steve and Lloyd's comments above. Hamza is a fast learner.
Jason: terrific catch! One you tipically cannot "organize".
I've been following Game 6 live last night and the thrilling overtime. No street craze here though
Now we just have to wait for Steve's similar PJ work from "The Finals"...
Another Nice One Jason & Big Congrats!
Woody, Soulful Emotion Caught! Well Done!
This is how it started.
How Anna got to show me what she had down there...
in the wine cellar.
But some stories are better left unsaid. It was dark down there but she did know where the buttons were..for the lights to go on!!
I had the books from Amazon. lots of them.
I had DVDs showing me how.
I practically knew the exposures in my mind. Night or day. Without thinking I could do it. I had it perfected...
I wanted to know how to photograph trees. simple trees.
Step 1: Find a tree...
Step 2: Go home... but I did find something interesting. maybe people
looking for forests.
Lesson: Never Ever Assume.
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rayyan: Bit late! My wife yelled at me.
Lloyd: The D3s's sensational! I'm surprised that they don't make a bigger deal about the changed sensor's IQ. Lens is excellent too (and cheaper)>
Congratulations. Great "fanatic" photo.
There used to be trees there; but, you're a bit late. That plane looks like one they walked away from. Now it looks like a car parked overnight in a bad Bronx neighborhood.
Jason: sounds like you were inspired last night The whole set is excellent, each photo with its own style and theme.
And the desert shot is beautiful. Several 4*4, or did you stay behind just to get this one? Well done, anyhow.
Superb wine photo also and... funny way to relate the Prague story.
Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:
Some landscape shots I've taken at West Java.
Nikon D300 with Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8
Carlos, masterful images. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks guys, but the real credit goes to those girls who put 110% into the dance. They are all in middle school (6-8th grade), but they are all professionals in my book.
Walked along the streets of Istanbul...
As always, your pictures are both masterful and thought-provoking. Thank you for sharing, Rayyan.
Jaques, didn't like me. Mon ami, I said to Jaques. I need a favor. Jaques, didn't
like me. But he was a generous and kind person.
I called Anna. The one whose buttons I had pressed in the cellar. I told her I needed a little help. But of course monsieur, anything for you.
I called a friend. Corian. Stateside. I needed a lens fast. I told him why.
I called, Steve. Stateside. He agreed immediately.
I woke up a friend Matt. stateside. No problem he said.
I met up with Osman. Near the pier. Of course, he said.
So my good friend, Lloyd...from the button pushers here to your parents
on their 60th wedding anniverasary:....
May they live long and happy amongst family, friends and well wishers.
I know plumbing not electricity. Anna would have to take a candle next time around.
You're a good man Rayyan, a great photographer, and a good friend. A lot of fun, too.
Rayyan, i'm no vin rosť expert (as a matter of fact many pepole don't consider rosť as real wine in general despite a few exceptions), but the diet soda description seems a little bit off. You might try imagine a few drops of vinegar left over in a glass for a few days, to which you add some water.