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    Abstract, random.


    Hot:








    Orange lights:








    Grave:
    (darker mood)






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    Nice set Corlan. I like the "Orange Lights" especially.

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    Nat Geo Cover Shot!!!!!!!!!!!

    wow these are good!!!

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    Nice set Corlan. I like the "Orange Lights" especially.

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    Plus one from me, Corlan. Excellent series!

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    Pretty Comps & Color C!!!

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    Had some fun with some 2010 images, playing with new tools. I bought the Complete NIK collection. So I went in and out of LR3 quite a bit, stacking versions from Color Efex, and all other tools in the Complete Collection except Silver Efex 2. I did use silver efex 2 to swipe the frame in last image. It seems like one of the other tools would have framing, not found it yet though.





    and the last one I did, I felt really good about:


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    I really like both of the last two, Doug. Beautiful images.

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    The usual suspect.

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/160s @ f/5; ISO 1600


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1600


    3. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1600


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    Steve/Herman/Corlan/Matt: Thank you, gentlemen!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Abstract, random.
    Hot:

    Orange lights:
    Grave:
    (darker mood)
    Corlan: Jazz photos! Very cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Had some fun with some 2010 images, playing with new tools. I bought the Complete NIK collection. So I went in and out of LR3 quite a bit, stacking versions from Color Efex, and all other tools in the Complete Collection except Silver Efex 2. I did use silver efex 2 to swipe the frame in last image. It seems like one of the other tools would have framing, not found it yet though.

    and the last one I did, I felt really good about:

    Doug: Nicely done! This one's really beautiful. Great pp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    .



    Gorgeous shot Doug!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    The usual suspect.

    [color="gray"]

    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1600


    3. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1600


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    Still In Awe!

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    Gorgeous shot Doug!


    Matt: Still In Awe!
    Doug, Matt: +1 from Bavaria
    Best regards - Hermann

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    FYI, my shot was 16-35VR on D700 after hiking to Mouse Creek Falls in North Carolina last year. Great day except for getting soaked on the hike back out! My shot was off a bridge past the falls, pretty much the end of the trail for the most part.

    Thanks all, I was really happy with that one too. It was my best effort so far with the new toolbox. I added some fog to the trees, to actually give them less pop in the background, diffused them some as well. I added brightness intensity to the white capping of the stream as well in Color Efex III. I used SEFII to create a frame, then stole the frame in Photoshop to put back onto my color image, because neither LR3, nor any other NIK plug in has frame capability that I saw. I happened to think, just pop a copy of the image into SEFII, frame it, open in CS5, then overlay the color image over the framed BW image, it's a little convoluted, but a little easier than creating a frame.

    I think the learning experience was good, and I see the tools improving my final output.

    Gosh, great bear shots, but 200mm? you were a little close for comfort to a griz!

    yikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    The usual suspect.

    3. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/5; ISO 1600


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    A Grizzly bear pinup!! Nice!

    (Actually, all three are beyond nice.)

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    Matt, Doug - excellent shots!!!! :thumb: :thumb:

    some San Fran shots





















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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Matt, Doug - excellent shots!!!! :thumb: :thumb:

    some San Fran shots



    Great set (as always), Ryan. I really love the first one above. That last one reminds me of a blind date in college. (And I was looking in the mirror at the time! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great set (as always), Ryan. I really love the first one above. That last one reminds me of a blind date in college. (And I was looking in the mirror at the time! )


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great set (as always), Ryan. I really love the first one above. That last one reminds me of a blind date in college. (And I was looking in the mirror at the time! )
    Nice Set Ryan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A Grizzly bear pinup!! Nice!

    (Actually, all three are beyond nice.)
    Hah! Bear porn. Looking good Matt!

    Photojazz: That last shot is exceptional. I like the treatment of the canopy leaves much better than the other one. Very nice work!

    My only offering today came from a 10 minute walk away from the computer. They're a bit watery.







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    A Grizzly bear pinup!! Nice!

    (Actually, all three are beyond nice.)
    Looks like the bear recognizes you and is willing to let you into his circle...
    "Danger Will Robinson Aliens Approaching!" - '

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danger,_Will_Robinson

    Nice to keep a bit of distance.

    I have seen some major trauma from bear attacks...but what wonderful animals.

    Very nice series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Matt, Doug - excellent shots!!!! :thumb: :thumb
    some San Fran shots

    Ryan: Nice work. I love San Francisco. Beautiful tone in that second one. Also, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hah! Bear porn. Looking good Matt!...
    My only offering today came from a 10 minute walk away from the computer. They're a bit watery.

    Best,
    Tim
    Tim: These are very cool. The composition, color and light quality here is beautiful.
    And, thanks, that particular bear was a poser.

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    Steve/Hermann/Lloyd/Doug/Bob: Thank you, gentlemen.
    We were in a zodiac that was about 20' offshore +/- with a very experienced guide. No sudden movements or noises; just look and shoot. There were times when the 200mm was to long! Very, very, limited number of people allowed into this sanctuary under very bear-sensitive conditions. Only two guides licensed and you have to be guided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve/Hermann/Lloyd/Doug/Bob: Thank you, gentlemen.
    We were in a zodiac that was about 20' offshore +/- with a very experienced guide. No sudden movements or noises; just look and shoot. There were times when the 200mm was to long! Very, very, limited number of people allowed into this sanctuary under very bear-sensitive conditions. Only two guides licensed and you have to be guided.

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    Matt: Thank you very much for those very interesting informations about your bear-adventure in BC and particularly for the beautiful pictures you brought along!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Tim, Creative Excellence!

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    I like those SF row houses, nice shot Ryan.

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    Thanks guys! Tim, nice shots. Very crisp

    continuing with San Fran.....

    how can you go and not get the ultimate tourist shot ???


















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    Great set Ryan! Makes me want to go back there. Very photogenic city and you've managed to capture some of the most photographed areas in a fresh way.

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    Thanks guys for the kind words. Simply felt like posting some color (or none) without special meaning...


    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Had some fun with some 2010 images, playing with new tools. I bought the Complete NIK collection. So I went in and out of LR3 quite a bit, stacking versions from Color Efex, and all other tools in the Complete Collection except Silver Efex 2. I did use silver efex 2 to swipe the frame in last image. It seems like one of the other tools would have framing, not found it yet though.

    and the last one I did, I felt really good about:

    Beautiful, Doug. Can feel the stream!

    (note: the angle on the second one posted above was a bit unsettling for me, can't say why...)


    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A Grizzly bear pinup!! Nice!

    (Actually, all three are beyond nice.)
    +1.
    Absolutely terrific, again, Matt.
    The girls love them (and send their regards)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Matt, Doug - excellent shots!!!! :thumb: :thumb:

    some San Fran shots





    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Thanks guys! Tim, nice shots. Very crisp

    continuing with San Fran.....

    how can you go and not get the ultimate tourist shot ???




    Great SF series Ryan. Particularly fond of the three quoted, but they're all quite nice.



    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hah! Bear porn. Looking good Matt!

    Photojazz: That last shot is exceptional. I like the treatment of the canopy leaves much better than the other one. Very nice work!

    My only offering today came from a 10 minute walk away from the computer. They're a bit watery.





    Best,
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    Great use of the even shallower FF DOF, Tim.
    Composition and colors are spot on, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    My only offering today came from a 10 minute walk away from the computer. They're a bit watery.



    Best,
    Tim
    Nice set Tim. This one is just stellar!

    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Thanks guys! Tim, nice shots. Very crisp

    continuing with San Fran.....

    how can you go and not get the ultimate tourist shot ???





    Another wonderful set, Ryan. These three blew me away.

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    Corlan, again t hese shots were just selected as test subjects for my new tools really. A little history on that shot you had an unsettling feeling about the angle of it, what you should know is I was with a group of about 15 photographers. I found myself in a position of being boxed out to one side, so I started looking for creative angles from there. That explains the shot some anyway.

    Thanks on my other shot, it was another day with another group, but with hikers this day. It was a really pretty place off that bridge above Mouse Creek Falls.

    Ryan, the SF street shot, way cool! Looks like you didn't have to add any fog to the GGB shot! nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsolti13 View Post
    Thanks guys! Tim, nice shots. Very crisp

    continuing with San Fran.....

    how can you go and not get the ultimate tourist shot ???

    Ryan: Nice "tourist" shots, particularly like the GGB fading away.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    My only offering today came from a 10 minute walk away from the computer. They're a bit watery.

    Best,
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    Tim: Nice texture, colors and light, particularly regarding the last one.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Thanks for the kind words everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Tim: These are very cool. The composition, color and light quality here is beautiful.
    +1 Beautiful stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    Another wonderful set, Ryan. These three blew me away.
    + 1 more... or maybe +2

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    "Itchy nose"

    D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/5; ISO 1600


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    Ryan & Matt....Outstanding!!!

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    Another loonnnggg winter we had here... lot of smiles nevertheless, and even, laughs.


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    Matt, your bear BW is wonderful. Be careful.

    Corlan, nice fun portrait.

    Here's a reprocess from last fall atop Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National Park 116mm(70-200mm 2.8VRII) f7.1, 400 iso D3s


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    Corlan,Lovely,Infectious Smile! Nice Processing!

    Doug, Gorgeous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Itchy nose"


    Cheers, Matt.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Another loonnnggg winter we had here... lot of smiles nevertheless, and even, laughs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Matt, your bear BW is wonderful. Be careful.

    Corlan, nice fun portrait.

    Here's a reprocess from last fall atop Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National Park 116mm(70-200mm 2.8VRII) f7.1, 400 iso D3s
    Matt: for the "Itchy nose"!

    Corlan: Love the "natural" look and feel to that portrait, very well captured and apt PP!

    Doug: To me it seems reprocessing works very well, worthwhile the investment ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Greetings all!

    I just found this forum and joined. I am back into photography (after a 30 year hiatus). I have a Nikon D3000. This is my first attempt ever at a panoramic shot. It is 4 pictures. Taken on Mar 20,2011 off the Interstate (super-highway) in the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York - looking east. Any suggestions and/or criticisms (I am thick-skinned)?


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    Thanks Hermann. :-)

    Steve, appreciate it!

    That was a really interesting night, when the sun set, a full moon came up from almost the same area. I am not sure I have ever seen that before. I think it was harvest moon night. I was unfortunately not prepared to shoot the moon this night, because it was to have been a hike to top of dome and I don't leave 4K lenses in the truck while I am off hiking.

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    One more from the series about the elderly in our society:


    "Just Passing By"



    D 700, 24 - 70 mm/2.8 G @ 32 mm & f/2.8

    Really hate the saw teeth due to resizing, but don't know how to get rid of it.

    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Hermann: that's a nice shot with some quiet stuff going on. I like the couple's shirt selection. Nicely seen.

    Tim

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    yeah, this shot works well Hermann, it's like the statue is watching them, and your it's perspective. interesting.

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    I haven't been over here in ages since I've been learning a new to me system!

    From a job yesterday, so I thought I'd share!

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    Gorgeous portrait, Corlan.

    Dough's sunset is... I don't know... it's beyond what I thought was possible with a camera.

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    Thank you Jorgen, I am speechless. :-)

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