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    thanks nice stuff on this page!!! smoking colors

    in the rain...


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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    Rayyan: WOW! Thanks a lot for the dedication - and those colors will help me waiting patiently for spring to come soon! Thanks again!
    Hermann, you are welcome sir. Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Rayyan, Excellent!
    Steve, Thanks.

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    Newman's Own...


    D700,85G

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    And now for something completely different I'll add this palette of wisps I found above my garden taken with a D700+50mm f/1.4 Manual Nikkor [email protected]/8 ISO 200::
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    All nature's work.


    D700+55mm Micro Nikkor [email protected]/11 ISO400
    Michael: Thank you for sharing the impressive photographs of your beautiful home country.

    I enjoyed visiting northern Spain (Euskadi, Cantabria, Asturia, Galicia) repeatedly some years ago a lot - the beauty of the countryside may even be vaguely perceptible in this photograph from Cantabria (I believe) taken with a at that time new to me low end 6 MP digital equipment. (Pleasant memories)

    D 50, 18 - 55 mm/3.5 - 5.6 @ 18 mm & f/11


    Thank you for your interest and best regards!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Sehr Schon Hermann!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Newman's Own...


    D700,85G
    Steve: Love the gritty look here, very apt to accentuate the personality of the subject (IMO) and as well showing the signature of the photographer.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Newman's Own...


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    Steve, when did you take up smoking? Lovely ' unkempt ', ' down in the dumps ' look.

    Yes, I am partial to the focus point here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    I enjoyed visiting northern Spain (Euskadi, Cantabria, Asturia, Galicia) repeatedly some years ago a lot - the beauty of the countryside may even be vaguely perceptible in this photograph from Cantabria (I believe) taken with a at that time new to me low end 6 MP digital equipment. (Pleasant memories)
    Hermann, serene capture, beautiful vantage. No wonder it brings back fond memories!

    Spain is made for memories. Gentle capture.

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    Sorry I'm so far behind on commenting. Great stuff everyone... really. I've been here lurking off and on, but am trying to catch up on some work.

    We had our granddaughter over the weekend, and took her with us to some friends for dinner, as they have a son about the same age. We were visiting after dinner and things were quiet with the kids (always a bad sign, as any parent knows). Their older daughter came into the room holding a large jar of Vasoline, which was open, with it's contents all over the outside. Turned out the two little ones (our Nelle the ringleader, of course), had spread it all over the playroom, and themselves!

    D3s, 85/1.4 @ f1.4, ISO 2000:

    "The Ringleader"


    "Partners in Grime"


    "Mimi to the Rescue"


    "Set to Quieter Pursuits - in the same room as the adults"

    D3s, 50/1.4G @ f1.4, ISO 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Steve: Love the gritty look here, very apt to accentuate the personality of the subject (IMO) and as well showing the signature of the photographer.
    Thank You Hermann!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, when did you take up smoking? Lovely ' unkempt ', ' down in the dumps ' look.

    Yes, I am partial to the focus point here!!
    Thank You For Both Compliments Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    D3s, 85/1.4 @ f1.4, ISO 2000:

    "The Ringleader"




    "Set to Quieter Pursuits - in the same room as the adults"

    D3s, 50/1.4G @ f1.4, ISO 2000
    Too Cute & Funny Grandpa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    D3s, 85/1.4 @ f1.4, ISO 2000:

    "The Ringleader"

    All's well then!!

    Grandparents blaming the grandkids! Normal!!

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    In search of Nirvana...

    Last edited by rayyan; 14th March 2011 at 09:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    We had our granddaughter over the weekend, and took her with us to some friends for dinner, as they have a son about the same age. We were visiting after dinner and things were quiet with the kids (always a bad sign, as any parent knows). Their older daughter came into the room holding a large jar of Vasoline, which was open, with it's contents all over the outside. Turned out the two little ones (our Nelle the ringleader, of course), had spread it all over the playroom, and themselves!

    Thats hilarious! Great documentation of this auspicious event Lloyd!

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

    smoking colors in the rain...
    Looks like a creepy scene from the film, "The Road"

    Cool stuff.

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Sorry I'm so far behind on commenting. Great stuff everyone... really. I've been here lurking off and on, but am trying to catch up on some work.

    We had our granddaughter over the weekend, and took her with us to some friends for dinner, as they have a son about the same age. We were visiting after dinner and things were quiet with the kids (always a bad sign, as any parent knows). Their older daughter came into the room holding a large jar of Vasoline, which was open, with it's contents all over the outside. Turned out the two little ones (our Nelle the ringleader, of course), had spread it all over the playroom, and themselves!

    D3s, 85/1.4 @ f1.4, ISO 2000:

    "The Ringleader"

    "Partners in Grime"

    "Mimi to the Rescue"

    "Set to Quieter Pursuits - in the same room as the adults"

    D3s, 50/1.4G @ f1.4, ISO 2000
    Lloyd: Really, really adorable your photographic documentation! And beautiful colors, cute subjects anyway ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    In search of Nirvana...
    Rayyan: One more wonderful picture, condensing the atmosphere of that place. Particularly love the "action" here.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: One more wonderful picture, condensing the atmosphere of that place. Particularly love the "action" here.
    Hermann, thanks. I have substituted the original with another one. I liked
    the chromes!!

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    Hermann, thanks. I have substituted the original with another one. I liked
    the chromes!!
    Rayyan: I got you!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    Hermann. I suffer from vertigo. I sleep on the gf!! In planes I sit in an aisle seat. I have not climbed the leaning towers of ' anywhere '.

    However, on the ground, I see and appreciate your capture. Don't know much about converging verticals.

    But I know what appeals to me. Your capture does.
    The lamp post shadow adds a haunting atmosphere to the scene.

    Excellent
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    Hermann, What A Jaw Dropping Image! Love It!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Sehr Schon Hermann!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    Hermann, serene capture, beautiful vantage. No wonder it brings back fond memories!

    Spain is made for memories. Gentle capture.
    Rayyan, Steve: Thank you, gentlemen, for your kind words and comments!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Re: Cantabria

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    I enjoyed visiting northern Spain (Euskadi, Cantabria, Asturia, Galicia) repeatedly some years ago a lot - the beauty of the countryside may even be vaguely perceptible in this photograph from Cantabria (I believe) taken with a at that time new to me low end 6 MP digital equipment. (Pleasant memories)
    !
    You're welcome

    Low end equipment for a "high end" image - beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    You're welcome

    Low end equipment for a "high end" image - beautiful.
    Michael: Thanks! And best regards to Spain, a wonderful country with very adorable people ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This morning. (With my thoughtful neighbor clearing our sidewalk with his snowblower)

    D3s, 14-24/2.8 @ 15mm, f8, ISO 200, 1/125:
    Lloyd,

    Nice to see your upgrade....

    I must admit it made my decision to return to the fold a little easier.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/album....pictureid=1798

    With regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Looks like a creepy scene from the film, "The Road"

    Cool stuff.

    Rob
    thanks man looking forward to some betterlight shots of yours!!!

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    All types of Talent going on Matt!

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    In search of Nirvana...

    Love the expressions on the woman & child! Nice slice of cultural history Rayyan!

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    Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, Iceland | Nikon D700, 20mm
    Beautiful! 20 mm prime?

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    ^^that is nice,

    thanks shtarka1!!

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    Hey guys....see some familiar faces. I have mainly been using my Leica recently but the Nikon still gets 'some' play











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    Hey guys....see some familiar faces. I have mainly been using my Leica recently but the Nikon still gets 'some' play
    These are terrific, Ryan. I love what you've done with the Leica, but there is NOTHING wrong with these, for sure.

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    Hey guys....see some familiar faces. I have mainly been using my Leica recently but the Nikon still gets 'some' play
    Ryan: Very nice, particularly like the last one - great expression and PP.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    ^^that is nice,

    thanks shtarka1!!

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    Matto, these past few you've posted... WOW! Terrific work.

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    These are terrific, Ryan. I love what you've done with the Leica, but there is NOTHING wrong with these, for sure.
    Agree!!!

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    Attachment 41510
    D700, Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 and Photoshop

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    Very nice Ben. That little face in the background is priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Love the expressions on the woman & child! Nice slice of cultural history Rayyan!
    Steve, thanks a lot.

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    Gorgeously wow!!

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    Very nice Ben. That little face in the background is priceless.
    Thank you Lloyd! The face belongs to our precious granddaughter, Maxine.

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    Hey guys....see some familiar faces. I have mainly been using my Leica recently but the Nikon still gets 'some' play
    Ryan, Lovely. like the pp too. Let's not get confused with the names folks!!

    Rayyan, that's me. Ryan, that's the photog. Ryyyyaaaann, we wait for his contributions here!!

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    Ben, a gentle and lovely composite. The picture and the camera/lens combo!

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    Ben, a gentle and lovely composite. The picture and the camera/lens combo!
    Rayyan, Much appreciated!

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    So nice to be warm and dry for a few days away from the "wet" Pacific North West.
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    The pictures here just blow me away!

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    Thanks all! You make me want to post a couple more Some recent shots from a cemetary nearby































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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Hey guys....see some familiar faces. I have mainly been using my Leica recently but the Nikon still gets 'some' play

    This is my favorite. Great capture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Thanks all! You make me want to post a couple more Some recent shots from a cemetary nearby (...)

    Ryan: Loving cemetery pictures.

    So I have to add a few from "Munich Old Cemetery" (local patriotism - insert big grin):

    All D 700, 85 mm/1.8 D @ f/2.2






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    Thanks for your interest and best regards.
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    Rayyan: Well, I know, you love the chromes!
    Best regards - Hermann

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