Lots to catch up on here! Been editing for Holiday cards and playing in the Leica forum :thumbsup:
Here is Versus Cycling commentator Robbie Ventura for a Movember photoshoot I recently did...
Mo-tivating. (and nicely lit too.)
Rayyan and Jason, wonderful shots!
I went to a wedding reception last night. We were three photographers, and when my formal job was finished, I decided to try it out in the dark with the 105mm f/1.8, more or less wide open.
D300 with 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.0, 1/15s and ISO1600
Rachel's husband was working late last night, so she brought our granddaughter over and hung out for a while. Mimi has decided to sell some eveningwear that hasn't seen the light of day (or the dark of night, for that matter) for some time, and asked Rachel to model for some pix for the ad. Here is Rachel in her favorite of the dresses. (She's been lobbying hard to keep this one.)
D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 112mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:
D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 130mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:
B/W crop of the last, Silver Efex Pro:
Very nice job, Lloyd
Winter adventures...in the Canadian North..
The last train from Sirkeci..
Rayyan, Your Wifes Beautiful Eyes Can Make Any Picture Shine Even In The Coldest Conditions!
2nd Image Is Classic,Timeless & Moving!
My Buddy Eric Is Doing A Cross Country Ride For Lung Cancer In April. 3800 Miles From Palm Springs California to Amesbury Mass in 29 Days Total.
The Tall Gentleman Is Big John Who Played Basketball For Holy Cross For 4 Years & Did This Trek Already. He's Helping Eric Prepare For The Long Journey!
We Shot A Few Pics At A Local Park & It Was Cold! 25 Degrees! These are For A Small Brochure Promoting The Ride & Fundraiser.
Great stuff here!
D3s, 85 1.4G
D3s, 16mm Fisheye
To Big John, go the thanks for training.
To you my friend, thanks for bringing it to the notice of those that shall see it.
The brochures are very well done!!
A very worthwhile cause indeed sir.
Best regards - Hermann
A walk in the clouds...it is all relative..
The ' Rayyan ' factor..
I said ' Hi '
She turned, looked and said ' Pi** off '.
So much for that!!
Thanks LLoyd and Hermann.
Jericho, Palestine ...