The thunderstorm works like clockwork. Come afternoon. Comes the rain.
i am doing a series on urban landscape. This is part of the subset on reflections. I would like to hear any feedback. I think that they are difficult pictures to see, but I don't know if they have that appeal that i would like to achieve. Joe
Congrats on your new D700 and your new Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar 2/100mm ZF, Tim, you're gonna love it -
and Lloyd, congrats on your D3s ultra high ISO low light machine, apparently it even does quite all right in bright snow light too
Jorgen, I enjoy your endurance racing captures, excellent panning
rayyan, your Bali series is stunning
petetsai, love your dance and jazz images, and the portrait, the seascape and the cityscape
Matt D., your wonderful Waikiki pictures make me soo envious .-)
jsf, I really like your wonderful window reflections shot
My kudos to all of you
Pictures at an Exhibition - and after - II
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Nikon D300 • Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM • 1.3 sec. at f/8 ISO 200 • Capture NX
Nikon D300 • Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM • 0.8 sec. at f/8 ISO 200 • Capture NX
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Wow Rayyan, this one might be your best so far. Or close.
Incredible light delicacy, use of negative space, juxtaposition of tranparencies, textures and colors... all combined to convey a feel of multi layered dimensionnality (did i just make that up?) to the beholder.
Subject is great, details unique.
Really, and simply put: great photography.
Steen, masterful use of the WA and semi long exposures. The relative sense of space and movement is awesome, with perfect light and crisp color temp settings.
Great variety though subtle across the series, displaying solid consistency altogether.
Fantastic photos, Steen
Is that Lousiana?
Have to agree with Corlan here; absolutely one of your best. Fantastic colours, composition and depth.
Sometimes I think: If I don't take a photo now, I might as well sell my camera and start collecting stamps instead.
D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0
D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 155mm and f/4.0
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The ubiquitous Waikiki shopping bus. Every big hotel; every 1/2 hr; hauling shoppers back and forth. Hilton to Prada; Gucci to Sheraton; the beach is the other way. Cheers, Matt.
1. D7000, 28-300mm; 72mm; 1/3200s @ f/5.6; ISO 1000
2. D7000, 28-300mm; 190mm; 1/3200s @ f/5.6; ISO 1000
Corlan, Jorgen, Lloyd, Matt..I am at a loss for words. Honestly. Humbled and honored.
Thank you very much for your encouragement.
Got real seasons too, but certainly not this kind of dramatic skies for a long time. Dullest boringest overcast for months here
Allows for more interesting, and "Market Place style", framing than the beach.
Good one, Matt
Steen, Magnificent Series! Every One!
Rayyan, Agree With Corlan....Tremendous!
Jorgen, More Lovely Faces!
Matt, Love The Processing & People!!!
Tim, Beautiful Sky's & Landscapes!
I thought I'd brighten things up with a little color..
Water from the Sky by PeteTsai, on Flickr
Water from the Sky by PeteTsai, on Flickr
Young Riders by PeteTsai, on Flickr
The Prosperous Chinese New Year by PeteTsai, on Flickr
Hi! by PeteTsai, on Flickr
And a cute little candid after the show, the little kids were so adorable.
Smile over there! by PeteTsai, on Flickr
Rich, beautiful colors, and movement, Pete.
I'm partial to the first three and even the first two for their great dynamic.
The second one would me my favorite, perfect light, action and harmony... though i'd try and crop its right hand part into (something like) a 3*4 format. The added focus would make it, by all means, a definite wall hanger.
Just a thought
Rayyan, your photo of the woman with the incense sticks is absolutely gorgeous
And Jorgen, your cheerleader shots are fabulous, so three dimensional and with such sparkling colors - excellent captures and post processing
And Tim, you really make your new D700 & Zeiss Makro-Planar 2/100mm ZF sing, beautiful captures of the wild sky and the winter forest, enjoy the new rig
Matt, love your shots of the Waikiki shopping rush, they are priceless, and your black and white processing is excellent
And Petetsai, wow, just wow to your stunning dancing series
Lots of kudos to all ...
Arken itself, on the other hand, is a very ugly building seen from outside, but of course it's the content that matters.
Thank you for your kind words about my little Exhibition series, Rayyan, Corlan, Jorgen, Tim, Matt, Steve, and Lloyd.
Missed the stamped zipped cheerleaders on last visit... cute indeed, and fun!
Thanks all! It was just a fun event I went to with friends so I shot it like an event just for practice.
Corlan F. ~ Thanks and cool idea on a different crop, I think it would be better cropped as well.
Something for your wives to lust after. A $200,000+ Hermes Birkin.
The bananas for the monkeys which roam this forest. Luckily, my guide and me chose to bypass a trek through the vast and lush forest.
This lady was something else. Too good to pass up on this opportunity..