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


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    Love the 3 postures along with the contrast,lines & composition! Superb Hermann!!!

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    Jason,Cool Shot Here & In The M Section!

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    digging in last Fall's Smoky's collection, a re-process... Please do give honest feedback, I like to know I am moving in right direction with my processing. thx.

    It's always a favorite day of the year, as I head toward Cades Cove through this stand of I think "gum" trees. (not sure about that) These are typically the last trees to loose their leaves in the park, and often with an insurgent wind storm, they go in a hurry. But if you catch the glistening sun coming through their cover, it is a sight to behold. I brightened the forest floor a little bit, to give added depth, showing a almost path into the trees. Contrast, saturation, definition, structure, all increased to a crescendo, then brought back down with brightness to avoid being overly processed and blown appearing.

    D3X/50 iso/f8 16-35VRII I think...


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    Very nice shot! I like the vertical movement upwards from shade to sunlight.

    And since you asked, I'll say that there's something a little funny about the light at the bottom of the frame. The sense of "natural" has leaked out a bit. At least that's what I see. Just my 2 cents.


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    "Itchy nose"

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    This one is really great Matt. Love the detail. One of the best of the series.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Another loonnnggg winter we had here... lot of smiles nevertheless, and even, laughs.
    Beautiful portrait Corlan. Love those smiling eyes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    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
    This really is terrific Doug.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post

    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.
    Hmm... that would be interesting for sure. Might be the only time the moon has ever risen in the West.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    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!
    Good work, if you can get it, Jason. Nice shot. Loved the ones of this event on the Leica thread as well.

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    Thank you Jorgen, I am speechless. :-)
    Let me elaborate a bit on this one, since your sunset photo deals with more than beauty in nature: I am almost always looking for depth in photos, defining the different layers and actions while I compose. While I'm usually happy to find three layers, your sunset has at least four and with totally different lighting and contrast. I don't know the amount of pp involved to get this right, but to me, it looks expertly done, and the result reminds me of how my painting teacher told me to make paintings "come out of" the canvas (no, I don't paint anymore). Not bad at all
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    Another loonnnggg winter we had here... lot of smiles nevertheless, and even, laughs.
    Corlan: Great quality to this portrait. Nice smile; perfect moment; excellent grainy pp.

    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
    Doug: Holy smokes! This is beautiful.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: for the "Itchy nose"! ...
    Steve/Hermann: Thanks!

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    Lloyd, I said they were closer than usual I thought, but hell, maybe not, maybe my brain was frozen, it was cold.

    Thanks Matt.

    TR, maybe I overdid the lighting. thanks for input. I may redo this later.

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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
    Hermann: +1! "Nicely seen" and captured.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    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!
    Jason: Teriffic photo Tough job.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    digging in last Fall's Smoky's collection, a re-process... Please do give honest feedback, I like to know I am moving in right direction with my processing. thx.

    It's always a favorite day of the year, as I head toward Cades Cove through this stand of I think "gum" trees. (not sure about that) These are typically the last trees to loose their leaves in the park, and often with an insurgent wind storm, they go in a hurry. But if you catch the glistening sun coming through their cover, it is a sight to behold. I brightened the forest floor a little bit, to give added depth, showing a almost path into the trees. Contrast, saturation, definition, structure, all increased to a crescendo, then brought back down with brightness to avoid being overly processed and blown appearing.

    D3X/50 iso/f8 16-35VRII I think...

    Doug: Beautiful colors!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This one is really great Matt. Love the detail. One of the best of the series.
    Lloyd: Thank you, my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Let me elaborate a bit on this one, since your sunset photo deals with more than beauty in nature: I am almost always looking for depth in photos, defining the different layers and actions while I compose. While I'm usually happy to find three layers, your sunset has at least four and with totally different lighting and contrast. I don't know the amount of pp involved to get this right, but to me, it looks expertly done, and the result reminds me of how my painting teacher told me to make paintings "come out of" the canvas (no, I don't paint anymore). Not bad at all
    Doug: +1! Jorgen, very well put.

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    "Tooth brushing time."

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


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    ok, I came across the truck I saw right after I got my D3X, 70-200VRII handheld out car window. reprocessed of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Tooth brushing time."


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    That's cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    ok, I came across the truck I saw right after I got my D3X, 70-200VRII handheld out car window. reprocessed of course.
    Lovely shot. The abandoned shirt on the fender and the badly shut hood suggests the title: "I'll fix it later"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Hermann: that's a nice shot with some quiet stuff going on. I like the couple's shirt selection. Nicely seen.

    Tim
    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    yeah, this shot works well Hermann, it's like the statue is watching them, and your it's perspective. interesting.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love the 3 postures along with the contrast,lines & composition! Superb Hermann!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hermann: +1! "Nicely seen" and captured.

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    Tim, Doug, Steve, Matt: Thanks a lot, gentlemen, for your kind words and comments, much appreciated!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Tooth brushing time."

    D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/5; ISO 1600
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    Matt: Love the "action" here, really nice one!
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    ok, I came across the truck I saw right after I got my D3X, 70-200VRII handheld out car window. reprocessed of course.
    Doug: Particularly like the contrasting colors of the car wreck and the foliage! And the shirt gives a specific kick to it ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    An interesting scene, outside my office building in Albany, NY - the street lamp at the corner with the sun right behind the center globe. Taken 2/17/2011 around 11 a.m., with a D3000.


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    Thank you all, you know I showed this image once at another forum and removed the shirt, I asked opinions, and everyone seemed to like the shirt as part of the image, so I left it alone. lol. I think it's one of the first D3X images that blew me away, well that and the 70-200VRII (a keeper)

    Matt, your griz shots are just blowing me away. Awesome. Be careful. Might I suggest a 400 or 600VR instead of 200VR for these? 200VR is scary close.

    nice lamp post shot. The glow of the top one, it seems interestingly different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Tooth brushing time."

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

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    And yet another nice bear shot Matt. Certainly not the typical activity we see shots of bears undertaking.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    ok, I came across the truck I saw right after I got my D3X, 70-200VRII handheld out car window. reprocessed of course.
    Very nice one Doug. I do think the shirt adds to the story.

    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    An interesting scene, outside my office building in Albany, NY - the street lamp at the corner with the sun right behind the center globe. Taken 2/17/2011 around 11 a.m., with a D3000.
    Well seen scene. Nicely captured too. Welcome to the forum!!

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    Thanks Lloyd!

    I'm like a kid in a candy store with all these processing options now.

    I know this one is "pushed", but pushing the boundaries sometimes creates art. A storm was rolling around off the road to Cades Cove. This is a tight view overlook.


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    28mm 1.4, from 2008 from the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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    That's cool
    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: Love the "action" here, really nice one!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    And yet another nice bear shot Matt. Certainly not the typical activity we see shots of bears undertaking.
    Jorgen/Herman/Lloyd: Thanks you. gentlemen.

    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    An interesting scene, outside my office building in Albany, NY - the street lamp at the corner with the sun right behind the center globe. Taken 2/17/2011 around 11 a.m., with a D3000.

    CNovick: Very interesting light. Nice shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    Thank you all, you know I showed this image once at another forum and removed the shirt, I asked opinions, and everyone seemed to like the shirt as part of the image, so I left it alone. lol. I think it's one of the first D3X images that blew me away, well that and the 70-200VRII (a keeper)

    Matt, your griz shots are just blowing me away. Awesome. Be careful. Might I suggest a 400 or 600VR instead of 200VR for these? 200VR is scary close...
    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    I'm like a kid in a candy store with all these processing options now.

    I know this one is "pushed", but pushing the boundaries sometimes creates art. A storm was rolling around off the road to Cades Cove. This is a tight view overlook.
    Doug: Thanks. The front of the truck is an excellent image. Leave the shirt in. I agree on the second, keep "pushing" it. Cool colors.

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    "That didn't taste right!"

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    SEFII
    Last edited by Photojazz; 27th March 2011 at 20:08.

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    28mm 1.4, from 2008 from the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
    This is a winner, Doug! Seriously.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "That didn't taste right!"

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    Hehehe. Perfect title, Matt.

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    Thanks Lloyd, I loved it after post processing it again. New life in it! It's a beautiful little spot.

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    SEFII
    Doug: Great perspective, lines, focus, pp!

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    Hehehe. Perfect title, Matt.
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    Thanks Matt, that's the hardpan gravel/ditched road past Tremont in GSMNP. I don't know why they don't pave this road, it gets horribly dusty in summer.

    finally, one I moved up last night is available... 14mm (14-24mm 2.8 on D3


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    Nice b/w there on the gravel road, Doug. I also like this latest shot of the river.

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    So I posted this on Flickr earlier this year, it was popular and got picked up by explore. Shot with my D700 of course!


    The 911 Turbo by PeteTsai, on Flickr

    This month it was published double-truck in a UK photo publication, Digital Photo.

    My "Digital Photo" Spread in the April 2011 issue by PeteTsai, on Flickr

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    Very kewl shot, Pete. And congrats on the publication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petetsai View Post
    So I posted this on Flickr earlier this year, it was popular and got picked up by explore. Shot with my D700 of course!


    This month it was published double-truck in a UK photo publication, Digital Photo.
    Nice shot and congrats!

    I would like to add that I'm madly in love with my D700. No other camera has given me as much confidence and pleasure. I tagged along with my wife this morning on the first day her company moved into their new office space and took a few pix of the chaos as people began the work of starting over. It's an old Hathaway Shirt manufacturing building that's been renovated. Beautiful brick and tons of 12-foot windows. The D700 made it so easy. I'm still getting used to the idea of using higher ISOs so only went to 1250. But the stuff looked natural and shooting was effortless. Just wanted to share. End of commercial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    ok, I came across the truck I saw right after I got my D3X, 70-200VRII handheld out car window. reprocessed of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    An interesting scene, outside my office building in Albany, NY - the street lamp at the corner with the sun right behind the center globe. Taken 2/17/2011 around 11 a.m., with a D3000.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "That didn't taste right!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
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    Gentlemen...All Outstanding!!!

    Pete, i Congratulated you before, but it's worth another one! Congrats, Awesome!!!

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    D700, 24G 1.4
    Steve: Those are really superb - beyond description, incredibly full of atmosphere (all of them, but particularly love # 1, 2, 3 and 5)!
    Last edited by contrelamontre; 28th March 2011 at 12:35.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    An interesting scene, outside my office building in Albany, NY - the street lamp at the corner with the sun right behind the center globe. Taken 2/17/2011 around 11 a.m., with a D3000.
    CNovick: Nice capture with the play of light(s), welcome to the forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    28mm 1.4, from 2008 from the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
    Doug: My favorite of your recent postings - love the lighting, the colors and the composition of that one!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "That didn't taste right!"

    D3; 300mm f/2.8 w/ TC-14E; 1/250s @ f/10; ISO 1400

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    Matt: I looove your bears, even when they are a little bit grouchy!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Steve: Those are really superb - beyond desciption, incredibly full of atmosphere (all of them, but particularly love # 1, 2, 3 and 5)!
    Thank You My Friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Steve: Those are really superb - beyond desciption, incredibly full of atmosphere (all of them, but particularly love # 1, 2, 3 and 5)!
    Wow! Steve, cuz, what a wonderful set! I can't pick out a fav... too many great shots.

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    Wow! Steve, cuz, what a wonderful set! I can't pick out a fav... too many great shots.
    Thanks Lloyd! Had Fun That Night!

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    Again one more from the series about the elderly in our society:


    "Keeping in Shape - The Royal Practice Field"


    D 700, 14 - 24 mm/2.8 G @ 14 mm & f/2.8


    Thanks a lot for your interest!
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    Beautiful Image Hermann! Looks Like A Wonderful Place To Get Some Exercise & Clear The Head!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Beautiful Image Hermann! Looks Like A Wonderful Place To Get Some Exercise & Clear The Head!
    +1, Nice one Hermann. (I am concerned that your definition of "elderly" would take in about half of us here on the forum. )

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    D700, 24G 1.4

    Steve, Very nice series and the music menu for set 1 is pretty sweet too!
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    Beautiful Image Hermann! Looks Like A Wonderful Place To Get Some Exercise & Clear The Head!
    Steve: Thanks a lot!

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    +1, Nice one Hermann. (I am concerned that your definition of "elderly" would take in about half of us here on the forum. )
    Lloyd: Hm, I'm afraid we will have to face the facts and enjoy our wisdom!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Steve, Very nice series and the music menu for set 1 is pretty sweet too!
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    Lloyd: Hm, I'm afraid we will have to face the facts and enjoy our wisdom!
    I'm afraid you're right, Hermann. They say wisdom comes with age. Unfortunately, for some of us, age comes alone.

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    One of my first shots (trying to learn the camera) taken when I got my D3000 last year.

    Hint: When the gander says "GO!" it's best to leave.


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    Darling, said Ayesha, whatever shall we do in this strange land?

    Why? I asked.

    So much to see, and so little time, she said. And you left Your cameras at home.

    Ask your son to use his Iphone. The way I taught him to.

    But, said Ayesha, love of my life isn't the Iphone for talking..




    Yes, I said. It is for talking..for people who have nothing better to do.
    Now get them Cherry blossoms girl!!

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    CNovak, Adorable shot!

    Rayyan, i figured you were MIA due to traveling & photo endeavors. You brought back a couple of Slices of Wow!

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    did you use a time machine with that set Steve? My band did some of those songs in 1973! LOL and they were old then! Where's Proud Mary?

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