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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    I'm actually casting my new model crew for 2013. Hard work ...
    Yeah, that looks tough!

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    One from yesterday...

    D800/Sigma 150mm OS

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    Last Autumn with D800/24-120 @ 55mm/iso100-1/60th-walking around a local woods.

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    Nikon makes many superb lenses for macro/micro work.
    I once had the privilege of speaking with Ansel Adams about enarging lenses and he told me he was using a special gift set of APO-Nikkor Process lenses for his enlarging of 8x10 and larger sized negatives.
    They were the finest set of enlarging lenses he had ever used.
    I also have the Nikkor AM 210mm F5.6 which is also superb. I guess it is to long to use with the D800. It was amazing on 4x5.
    Thanks very much for your suggestions. I love your work.
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    Mike, you would be amazed of the micro-contrast and sharpness in general.
    F5.6 is amazzziiinnggg. F8 very good.
    I would recommend a sturdy tripod or studio stand and mirror up and 3 secs delay.
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    Just lovely. Which version of the Summicron is this?
    Superb composition and lighting.
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    Testing the glow of a Summicron 50 f/2 wide open, D800E

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    50m 1.2 AIS and D4


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    D700 with 85mm f/1.8 AF @ f/2.0

    I don't care what gear I have.
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    D700 with 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.8

    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Well... I like my new model.

    Kind regards - Hulyss - hulyssbowman.com & LuSh
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    So do I!! Very nice.
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    Wonderful light in this image as well.

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    Thanks for the ' likes ' guys...and gal!!

    Family is sitting around chatting, having tea and coffee. I can't have coffee. Roll of the dice. No issue.


    Suddenly the bell rings. Unannounced guests. Friends, informal. What to do?

    We do, what we always do around here. Open our house to the guests. They bring us good luck. Guests..wonderful. A blessing!!

    Replenish the coffee and tea jugs. Add more dates. Bring out the coffee and tea
    cups. Greet our friends. Their youngest starts to pour the coffee and pass it around. It is his house too!! The coffee first and only then the tea.

    Why, the coffee first and then the tea? Well you can have the coffee afterwards too!! Because that's the way it is done.


    And let's not forget the small dish to put away the date seeds, the small bowl of water to dip and clean one's fingers after handling the dates, the napkins to dry the hands and....


    In the meantime, my youngest has rushed off to get dinner for us all. The guests must stay for dinner. A simple affair...we spread a clean sheet over the carpet in another room, place the dishes, the cutlery, then the food that has just been brought in..the eldest guest is invited for dinner. The kids help me stand up. Hands are washed and dried. We sit around the food.

    Thank the Lord for His Blessings. Share our food together as we share our lives
    together.

    Simple people. Simple lives. After food, and washing our hands with anti-bacterial soap and spraying the hands with antibacterial perfumes, it is back to coffee and tea. A fresh serving has already been placed in the sitting area by
    the female members of the family.

    Welcome to my house.
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    Happy for you, my friend. Glad you're there to greet those guests. (Now about those dates! )
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    Happy for you, my friend. Glad you're there to greet those guests. (Now about those dates! )
    Lloyd, a little more time my friend, and we shall send you the dates from the States. All the family is going over their to attend a wedding...Ayesha's favorite niece...and it seems to be a big gathering from both side of the border. So, obviously, I shall not be coming now. But maybe a little later, my brother-in-law ( a resident of IL. And an MD to boot!) and I have decided to head south by road thru the Smokey Mountains, into the real south that I loved as a youth...Louisianna, Georgia, Mississippi. A leisurely trip this..photography and just reliving memories of times past...wonderful times. Nothing, and I mean nothing, exists to compare with southern hospitality, food, music and the belles! Nothing! You Yanks would never know that.

    I have made sure, she shall bring with her a few variety of factory packed dates.
    You shall have them Fedexed!


    Jorgen, Ben..thank you too for the ' likes'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    (...)

    Welcome to my house.
    Rayyan: Captivatingly narrated and that's the point and a wonderful quintessence. Great to hear you're doing well after all that!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: Captivatingly narrated and that's the point and a wonderful quintessence. Great to hear you're doing well after all that!
    Hello there Hermann!! So nice to hear from you. Thanks dear friend. Thank you very much.

    Was just another journey, where my boat made it to the shore. A traveler, traveling alone!! But I did have a Guide this time around, for sure.

    And folks, I am truly grateful for all the ' likes '.

    Kindest regards.

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    Another journey of yesteryear. Traveling alone and missing home in a tropical rainstorm in Ubud, Bali.


    p.s. I have tuned in to an internet radio station ..Nostalgie 60 - Arlon, Belgium. Listening right now to a rendering in French of ' If you are going to SF '. Give it a try.
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    Lloyd, Ben, ceh...thank you friends.

    Remember Simon and Garfunkel?...was just listening to ' Bridge over troubled water '...wonderful, wonderful song. Music as it should be...Nostalgia!

    That got me searching for another nostalgic journey, this time in France...


    Now if only they played the Procol Harum and ' a whiter shade of pale ', and some John Denver and James Taylor....
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    One of my all-time favorite songs. Nostalgia aplenty in that one!

    Very cool image, Rayyan. Love the processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, Ben, ceh...thank you friends.

    Remember Simon and Garfunkel?...was just listening to ' Bridge over troubled water '...wonderful, wonderful song. Music as it should be...Nostalgia!

    That got me searching for another nostalgic journey, this time in France...

    Now if only they played the Procol Harum and ' a whiter shade of pale ', and some John Denver and James Taylor....
    Rayyan, Beautiful images and great music! Enjoy your journey down memory lane.

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    Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my all-time favorite songs. Nostalgia aplenty in that one!

    Very cool image, Rayyan. Love the processing.
    Quote Originally Posted by BenH View Post
    Rayyan, Beautiful images and great music! Enjoy your journey down memory lane.
    Lloyd, Ben...thanks. I sure am enjoying the trip down memory lane!! Now that I have the time.
    Lloyd, what about the ' Sound of Silence'?

    Guys, thanks for the ' likes'.

    Another gentleman I still enjoy listening to once in a while once sang something about doing it his way.

    We too have some regrets, but by and large, we are glad..her and me that we did it our way; all the way!!


    Now the climbs are less steep, less high..but no less as thrilling for us as they ever were.
    The cameras keep feeling heavier by each passing day!!

    p.s Jack, thank you.
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    Another winner... you, to have such a "climbing" companion, my friend.

    And yes... ah yes, Sound of Silence... more nostalgia.

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    Fun from Palma de Mallorca, all taken with the D800E and Sigma 35mm F1.4





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    Spanish Villa, Palma, D800E, Sigma 35mm F1/4, @ F/3.2, handheld, mono conversion using Silver Effex Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryc View Post
    50m 1.2 AIS and D4

    Crazy Detail & IQ Jorge!!!

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    Thanks for the ' likes ' guys...and gal!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    D3s + Micro 55mm f/3.5
    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, Ben...thanks. I sure am enjoying the trip down memory lane!! Now that I have the time.
    Lloyd, what about the ' Sound of Silence'?

    Guys, thanks for the ' likes'.

    Another gentleman I still enjoy listening to once in a while once sang something about doing it his way.

    We too have some regrets, but by and large, we are glad..her and me that we did it our way; all the way!!


    Now the climbs are less steep, less high..but no less as thrilling for us as they ever were.
    The cameras keep feeling heavier by each passing day!!

    p.s Jack, thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Fun from Palma de Mallorca, all taken with the D800E and Sigma 35mm F1.4




    Frankie,Pramote,Rayyan, Bravo!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    D700 with 85mm f/1.8 AF @ f/2.0

    Jorgen, "Stripes" are my Favorite color! Beauty!

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    Hulyiss..Stunning Portrait & Model!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Remarkable as always!
    You may not know I was in Boston for 2 years for my fellowship.
    The Marathon is something very special for Bostonian.
    I've been very sad with what happened. The question is "why"?
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    The Memorial

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    Those leave me speechless, cuz. Truly.
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    Steve...Thanks very much for sharing these remarkable photos!
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    D700 with 85mm f/1.8 AF @ f/4

    Last edited by Jorgen Udvang; 29th April 2013 at 00:19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those leave me speechless, cuz. Truly.
    Steve, Leaves me speechless too!!

    May I repeat what it says on one of the signs..' Stay strong Boston '.

    Best.
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    Outside portrait with natural light.
    D700 / 85mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those leave me speechless, cuz. Truly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Steve...Thanks very much for sharing these remarkable photos!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, Leaves me speechless too!!

    May I repeat what it says on one of the signs..' Stay strong Boston '.

    Best.
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    One more with D700 and 85mm.


    Behind the palmtree by WesterW, on Flickr
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    Travel essentials?

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    Rayyan, Love the color & content!
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    Ashley Banfield of CNN


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    They Call Her "Pap"


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    hey all,

    been ages since i've shot anything. i'm working with a friend on images for her blog, but that's about it. sort of wanting to play with the LF film more and more.

    anywho...

    this is my friend ZoŽ. we were doing a few shots related to her blog, and i also used her to tweak AF adjustment on my d800 (picked up via CL last week. gotta decide between it and the d600, one of which will be for sale in a month or so...both have their strong points) and grab a few test shots with it and the 85G. i'm trying to pare down my camera gear again, and picked up an 85/1.8G to challenge the 1.4G...and it might be up to the task it seems.

    D800 + 85/1.8G @ 1.8 + softlighter



    and at 100%

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    Nice to have you post again, Daves. Looks like that camera and lens combo work well. And it doesn't hurt to have an attractive model either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice to have you post again, Daves. Looks like that camera and lens combo work well. And it doesn't hurt to have an attractive model either.
    thanks lloyd. it's nice to be back...shooting something at least. ha. lots more shooting needs to happen.

    a comely model makes everything better. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    The Memorial

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    very moving work
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    some with my new d7000 IR converted by spencers in utah


    DSC_2695 by gungyduo, on Flickr


    DSC_2691 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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