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    Child's clothes in an 1800's laundry room, South Park City, CO. Taken with D800e and Zeiss 100 f2 makro lens. Converted in black and white in Silver Efex Pro. Eleanor

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    Child's clothes in an 1800's laundry room, South Park City, CO. Taken with D800e and Zeiss 100 f2 makro lens. Converted in black and white in Silver Efex Pro. Eleanor

    Very beautiful B&W! Never been in this famous "South Park" town before.
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    From a few years ago, shot with a D700 and 14-24 at 24mm f/8. Slept like a baby with the sound of heavy rain the night before this morning and woke up to an alarm to get a shot or two. Head of the Meadow beach, Cape Cod, MA. Light rain and gentle wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Thanks Thorkil, initially I was disappointed that there was so much distance haze but in the end I think it added to the mood of the images. Eleanor
    Yes...and just allmost made all the difference!
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    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/3.5

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    Thanks, Lloyd. yes, he climbed out himself and walked to the rescue car
    Scary..glad he was ok. Amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/3.5

    More amazing!!

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    Daniel: Very nicely captured.

    Jorgen: Yet another beauty. Tough work you have, my friend.

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    Thanks, Lloyd and Rayyan. Actually, that was a rather stressful day. I rained most of the time and I had lost my rain gear in Cambodia the week before, so both the camera and I got very, very wet

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/5.6 and 1/250s



    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/4

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    After seeing at those wonderful Images I will definitely say that it is one of the best name and I am very good fan of nikon. I like it cameras which gives such a great photo shot. Thanks for sharing such a nice images.

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    That does look stressful. Beautifully captured, however.

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    The horizon is tilted somewhat! But enjoy anyway!
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    Summit Lake, Mount Evans, CO
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    Gorgeous Pramote...love the smooth look of the water! Also if you like to photography stuff like South Park City (in FairPlay) you should go sometime. I started shooting there in about 2005 with my then new Phase One P25 back on a Contax camera...been there every year since...the place has seen all my cameras over the years! Possibilities are endless! Eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Gorgeous Pramote...love the smooth look of the water! Also if you like to photography stuff like South Park City (in FairPlay) you should go sometime. I started shooting there in about 2005 with my then new Phase One P25 back on a Contax camera...been there every year since...the place has seen all my cameras over the years! Possibilities are endless! Eleanor
    Thanks very much Eleanor!
    I will absolutely start to explore South Park City. I am glad to be in CO. Just don't have enough time.
    Do you still use your Phase One P65+? How is it compared to the Nikon D800?
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    Summit Lake, Mount Evans, CO
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    When is this from? I've never seen that snow field fully melt before.

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    My guess would be: 2012-04-19 16:17:21

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    Sorry! The picture was taken 3-4 weeks ago. My EXIF info was wrong. My Nikon was dead during my vacation in ME and I haven't yet set the correct date.
    You're right Bill. There were a little bit of snow on the top of the mountain on the left hand side of this picture.

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    This one came out while taken some interiors yesterday. D800 18mm f/11.

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    Rocky Mt. Nat'l Park, CO
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    Antonio the tones in this are absolutely gorgeous! Beautifully seen! Eleanor

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    This one came out while taken some interiors yesterday. D800 18mm f/11.


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    Been shooting with the Zeiss 100 makro on my D800e today using wide apertures. I really like the bokeh with this lens. Shot hand held while walking my dog! Eleanor





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    Antonio the tones in this are absolutely gorgeous! Beautifully seen! Eleanor
    Thank you very much Eleanor. Not usually I get to see something that I like while doing commercial work.

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    F6 with 85mm f/1.8, probably wide open. It was dark in there.

    This is taken on Fuji Pro 160C, but the whole roll was for some reason 1-2 stops underexposed and the colours came out weird an grungy, so I converted it to b&w in PS.

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    Cherry Creek State Park, Englewood, CO
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    Another great shot, Pramote. One of those you can very well imagine in 20 x 30 inch decorating your wall.

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    OK, I'm taking my D800e in a different direction for the time being in shooting to enter an exhibition at a gallery in Texas where "creativity is encouraged". Here's a couple from yesterday with the Zeiss 100 f2 makro. Eleanor



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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    Another great shot, Pramote. One of those you can very well imagine in 20 x 30 inch decorating your wall.

    Greetings, Jurgen
    Thanks, Jurgen for your kind.
    We love this park as it is only 5 minutes from our home.

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    OK, I'm taking my D800e in a different direction for the time being in shooting to enter an exhibition at a gallery in Texas where "creativity is encouraged". Here's a couple from yesterday with the Zeiss 100 f2 makro. Eleanor

    Well Eleanor, I guess you some sort of asked for it, so I gues I can be forgiven. I like this upper one the best, but some red spot, not big, just gentle, are missing in the buttom left, just in the beginning of the white.

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    The space shuttle flew over my house this morning on its way to LA. All I can say is WOW!

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    OK,
    So I went out shooting today for 2 hours in Telluride,
    Just to much stuff.
    I will post a few...

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    D800 + 24-120mm f/4 VR:

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    LOL!!! ;-) OK Thorkil, red spot?? where? did you remove something? enlighten me! (I am working with reflections (first image) into some of the stuff at South Park City that I've been shooting straight for the past 7 years! this gallery wants creativity and that means different!! thus the reflections as part of the images. Now...the red spot?...where? ;-) eleanor


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    Well Eleanor, I guess you some sort of asked for it, so I gues I can be forgiven. I like this upper one the best, but some red spot, not big, just gentle, are missing in the buttom left, just in the beginning of the white.

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    Steven, wonderful Fall color images! Are you getting the haze and smoke down there from wildfires up north? Our mountains are enveloped in haze and are barely visible today. eleanor

    [QUOTE=kuau;453517]OK,
    So I went out shooting today for 2 hours in Telluride,
    Just to much stuff.
    I will post a few...

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    Yep Hazy up here too, not as bad probably where you are but still very noticeable

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    Crazy pelicans:







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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    OK,
    So I went out shooting today for 2 hours in Telluride,
    Just to much stuff.
    I will post a few...

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    Beautiful images. May I asked what lenses you used for these, for my curiosity?
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    Let's see
    I used a Zeiss25/2.8 @ F8
    Zeiss 50/2 @ F8
    Voigtlander 90/3.5 SLII F8
    Nikon 200/4 F8

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    I have to reshoot the last image tomorrow. Not that sharp. Focus screw up
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    Thank you Steven! The zeiss lenses in particular are complimenting the D800 sensor very well; and your wonderful photos are testiment to this.
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    Last December in Chicago:

    D700, 15mm/2.8 Sigma:


    If I remember it correctly, 440m over ground:




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    Atlantis Hotel in Dubai. This hotel is a copy of the one on the Bahamas. They have an interesting walk with themes from Atlantis and many aquariums.



    Lobby of the Atlantis Hotel. The centerpiece is made out of 30.000+ handmade glas parts, made in Murano/Italy:





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    I don't know why Photobucket doesn't show the first photo:

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    Last year in Germany in a former coal mine:

    D700, 24-70/2.8




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    Maybe a glitch in Photobucket, first photo again not shown:

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    Gold Souq in Dubai. The times when gold was "dirt cheap" here, are over... Most of the gold in the windows is 22K which is darker.

    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/100 sec at f/4:


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    The "Capital Gate" tower in Abu Dhabi which is 160m high and has an 18-degrees inclination which makes it the most tilted building in the world and took away the no. 1 spot in the Guiness Book of World Records from the tower in Pisa/Italy.

    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/200 sec at f/5:


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    I just moved to LA a couple weeks ago and finally had an opportunity to shoot! I've been super busy, so I haven't had a chance to peruse the thread much...but as always - great stuff!!

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    BRIANA by Michael Hulcher, on Flickr


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    LOL!!! ;-) OK Thorkil, red spot?? where? did you remove something? enlighten me! (I am working with reflections (first image) into some of the stuff at South Park City that I've been shooting straight for the past 7 years! this gallery wants creativity and that means different!! thus the reflections as part of the images. Now...the red spot?...where? ;-) eleanor
    Dear Eleanor! no, no, I just have to disappoint you. It was just, while looking at your picture as not just a plain photo but something you were able to control by yourself in a more decisive way than the normal picture, that I just thought, perhaps looking at it as a painting or so, it instictly lacked some red to soften up and distract the darkish black/brown area at the left, a little anarchistic red spot, just to trick your brain to see to black areas in another "light". Sometimes our brain has to have something unforeseen to awake, and if this have a function of a cry that is not to be heard, just being there to puzzle our small brain-cells, it can be that unbalance, that unstableness that actually create balance and more stableness than a plain harmonic picture, a sort of balance from a mixture of tension and harmony.
    I can tell f.ex., a yellow colour don't look yellow in the good way, if you dosn't come, lets say 1/30, or less, of yellow in as a red. People will then think its more yellow than a plain yellow. Just to say that our brain sometimes is sighing after contradictions, sometimes in the alarming way, sometimes just in the small small details.
    That was just something in that direction I meant to say
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    (and it has nothing to do with your normal pictures where you have a soft eye for beautiful details and are able to catch them too..!)

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    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; Lee GND 0.6
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    Guanella Pass, Georgetown, CO
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