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    Loving the 14-24 d700 combo. Hope I get to shoot again with it. I got to rent this hunk of glass for an assignment last week XD


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    Nice geometry,composition & signature iq from the 14-24! Welcome to the Forum, Cinema!

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    Excellent!
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    Hopelessly Behind! These Images Blew Me Away!!!!!!

    Jorgen, Steve..

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    Matt, One in SE Asia, The other in Europe. Thank you for the kind words.

    This one is a bit angry. Lovely colors. The green and browns.
    Rayyan: I was confused. You jet back and forth so fast.
    Thanks! I don't think she's mad. That's a "don't you have better things to do" look. She's exceptionally tolerant; as long as you stay out of her and her cub's "personal" space.


    Quote Originally Posted by cinema View Post
    Loving the 14-24 d700 combo. Hope I get to shoot again with it. I got to rent this hunk of glass for an assignment last week XD

    Cinema: Nice natural image. Did you have to adjust much distortion to get the verticals and horizontals this good?

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Let go of all controls..color, contrast, sharpening, exposure..just felt the
    water as ice..cutting through..

    Rayyan: The pp's effect on the water, compared to the rest of the image, is very interesting. It is ice-like.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan: Great patina, moss, mold, aging, chipping, spalling, textural statue.

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    Lucy's cubs (a photo of each, or two of the same one?). Always eating.

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 900


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 320


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    Rayyan what an interesting piece of history! Nice texture,color & image!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lucy's cubs (a photo of each, or two of the same one?). Always eating.

    [color="gray"]
    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 320


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    So Regal & Amazing! Great shot Matt!

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    More Fish...

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    2.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    6.
    D3, Nikon 8mm ais

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    So Regal & Amazing! Great shot Matt!
    Steve: Thank you, my friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    More Fish...

    2.

    3.

    5.
    Steve: These are very cool! Insanely creative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: These are very cool! Insanely creative.

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    Matt, since i got the Fish,its been glued to the D3 like a piece of "Bait"!
    Thanks!

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    Steve you're definitely the Fish Master Commander.
    As Matt said, a lot of creativity there.

    love #1 - 2 - 3- 5 especially.

    The guitar qith the reflections is daring and compelling, second one for geometric strength, the portrait is simply great, last one for shape light and colors.



    Only got some weak attemps myself with the classic beach chairs, from the analog days. Not an easy exercise...




    Rayyan: nice sculpture... can't see here if it's from a temple or some open air museum (from the background)?



    "Cinema": quite nice. Did you stack exposures? Great results anyway from this -relatively- regular setup. The kind of shots you expect from T/S systems, if not camera with movements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinema View Post
    Loving the 14-24 d700 combo. Hope I get to shoot again with it. I got to rent this hunk of glass for an assignment last week XD
    Cinema, simplistic beauty. Welcome to the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll;306112

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    Rayyan: [/B] The pp's effect on the water, compared to the rest of the image, is very interesting. It is ice-like.

    Rayyan: Great patina, moss, mold, aging, chipping, spalling, textural statue.

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    Matt, much appreciated sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Rayyan what an interesting piece of history! Nice texture,color & image!
    Steve, indeed the place was steeped in history. The stones though were silent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan: nice sculpture... can't see here if it's from a temple or some open air museum (from the background)?
    Corlan, It is to the entrance of an old building that has been converted into an exhibition gallery.

    Thank you folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lucy's cubs (a photo of each, or two of the same one?). Always eating.

    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 320


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    Matt, Steve correctly commented on this as ' regal '. I wonder if these bears
    respond to their names. Do they get friendly with the keepers?

    Nice one again pal.

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    A lot of great stuff in here - as always.

    Here the snow is disappearing fast, spring is on - full blast.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    More Fish...

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    D3, Nikon 8mm ais
    Steve, a very unique set. But the above three are my favs. Not the least for the human presence and the guitar which I love. Don't play it. But love to hear the sounds. The perspective brings a different dimension into play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve you're definitely the Fish Master Commander.
    As Matt said, a lot of creativity there.

    love #1 - 2 - 3- 5 especially.

    The guitar qith the reflections is daring and compelling, second one for geometric strength, the portrait is simply great, last one for shape light and colors.



    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, a very unique set. But the above three are my favs. Not the least for the human presence and the guitar which I love. Don't play it. But love to hear the sounds. The perspective brings a different dimension into play.
    Corlan,Rayyan Thank You My Friends!

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    Leif, Beautiful Color,Focus & Image!

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    Steve: "Fish Master Commander".... yeah baby. I think I just had a flashback. Nice!

    Leif: totally jealous and impressed with your shot.

    Rayyan: I think you might be having a flashback too. Nice shot.

    You guys are swell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Steve: "Fish Master Commander".... yeah baby. I think I just had a flashback. Nice!


    You guys are swell.

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    Thanks Tim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Im Feeling That "Groovy" 60's Vibe Rayyan! Ayisha Is Looking Like A Supermodel! Very Cool Shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Cinema: Nice natural image. Did you have to adjust much distortion to get the verticals and horizontals this good?

    Thanks! Amazingly there was no perspective adjustment. Often I had to correct slight barrel or pincushioning at the wide end of the lens but i believe this was on the far side of the lens. maybe around 21mm or 23

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    Matt, Steve correctly commented on this as ' regal '. I wonder if these bears
    respond to their names. Do they get friendly with the keepers?
    Nice one again pal.
    Rayyan: There's a very strict protocol designed to keep the bears "wild". No fraternizing. Only two guides legally allowed to run tours into the Sanctuary. No "keepers". No trails or roads. Seaplane and boat is the only way in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    A lot of great stuff in here - as always.

    Here the snow is disappearing fast, spring is on - full blast.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Im Feeling That "Groovy" 60's Vibe Rayyan! Ayisha Is Looking Like A Supermodel! Very Cool Shot!
    Rayyan: +1!! Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    Rayyan: I think you might be having a flashback too. Nice shot.

    You guys are swell.

    Tim
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Im Feeling That "Groovy" 60's Vibe Rayyan! Ayisha Is Looking Like A Supermodel! Very Cool Shot!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Rayyan: +1!! Cheers, Matt.

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    Tim, Steve, Matt..thanks folks. Flashback? I have been looking for my Joan Baez vinyls since Steve mentioned some dates

    Is it that long ago?

    Regards to you all.

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    Going back in time..seems a long long time!

    There once was the Nikon Photomic, film and her in Paris.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    OK... hopelessly catching up... so just a few takes from all the great photos posted in the last few pages...

    (...)

    Perfect, Hermann.
    Where's the rest of the series? Want to see that!
    Corlan: Thanks for your feedback, much appreciated!

    As to the "rest of the series": I've already posted quite a few of those during the last months. To name at least my favorites: "Scene at "Caffè Meletti", "Contemplation","Italian Installation Artist and His Father", "The Visit to an Old Friend", "El Paseo", "We're Only in it for the Money", "Bouliste revêtu d'un pull à rayures", "Lust" ... But of course the series will be continued, since this is undoubtedly a "golden thread" of my photographic interest.
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    Rayyan: So many great pictures from everywhere in only a few days, your treasure box must be immeasurable! If I could choose only two, those would be the ritually bathing scene and, of course, Ayesha in Paris. But generously you shared much more of them with us. Thanks a lot for that!!!

    Matt: Again adorable and applaudable pictures of "your" bears, all the more because I now know a bit more about your processing efforts, thanks a lot!! But best of all, they don't at all look that processed!!

    Steve: You're really not only the master of the "blacks" (did I already say, that I love your night scenes? ), but also the master of the fish! Great pictures, all of them!

    Leif: Thanks for your beautiful herald of spring!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
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    Steve: You're really not only the master of the "blacks" (did I already say, that I love your night scenes? ), but also the master of the fish! Great pictures, all of them!
    Too Kind Hermann! Thank You Sincerely!

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    Rayyan....I Knew Ayesha Was From Royalty! Like The Processing & Well as The Radiant Smile!

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    As well a bit fishy, but only humbly rectangular, and furthermore partially defished to taste - a somewhat bizzare beach scene:


    "Bumper Cars on the Beach, Vasto Marina, Abruzzo, Italia"


    D 700, 16 mm/2.8D FE @ f/11



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    D80, 35mm f2/D

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    Thanks all! Today, we´re back to windy rain +3 C. Tomorrow, however ...

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    Hermann, I thought they were Giant Baked Potatoes! Interesting,colorful shot!

    MHC, Delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    This is one of the dangers of the internet: Because we get all the photos and the videos, the sound and the spectacle straight into our living rooms, we think we get the smell too. But we don't. And we forget that reality can sometimes be brutally more than the electronics on our desktops.

    But here's a small collection anyway, my humble attempts to remember what I saw and what I heard, until I go there again.

    It starts at four in the morning, with clothes and make-up.

    D300 with 50mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0




    The 50 or so boys, who just a few days ago were running around, playing football and doing everything boys do, are carried by their fathers, uncles and older brothers around the mountain town, dancing, not walking, through the streets.

    And at last, on the third day, the big parade, with the whole community participating, thousands of people, some of whom have travelled for hours to be there, and most of them in traditional clothing.

    Most of the boys will be monks for a few weeks only, some will stay longer, and a selected few will remain for the rest of their lives. But the most important part is the way this community works together. It's not a national day and not a graduation ceremony, it's both and more. It's Poi Sang Long.
    Jorgen: I've been back to view these images a number of times. Truly remarkable... each and every shot. Thank you for including the story, and maybe more important, your feelings about the experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Sometimes it's hard to believe that your photos are taken on this planet!

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    I second that. Wonderful images indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    I like the BW Matt. quite nice.
    Yup. Me too!

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    Lucy...a bit ahead of her cubs. Cheers, Matt

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    This is a winner! Impressive detail, and color. Amazing part Lucy has in her hair too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Let go of all controls..color, contrast, sharpening, exposure..just felt the
    water as ice..cutting through..

    Wow. One does not so much see this image, as feel it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinema View Post
    Loving the 14-24 d700 combo. Hope I get to shoot again with it. I got to rent this hunk of glass for an assignment last week XD
    Great shot. And I agree about the combo. I spent two entire days wandering around Boston with the D700 and only that lens. Only once did I wish I'd had another lens... just needed wee bit more reach, but I survived it.

    Thanks for posting. Looking forward to more images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Rayyan: Great patina, moss, mold, aging, chipping, spalling, textural statue.

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    +1 from me. Amazing texture here... at the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lucy's cubs (a photo of each, or two of the same one?). Always eating.

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    More magic.

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    More Fish...

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    D3, Nikon 8mm ais
    What a kewl set, Steve. That is one mammoth lens. I've never actually seen on in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    A lot of great stuff in here - as always.

    Here the snow is disappearing fast, spring is on - full blast.



    D200, 2,8/55 Micro AI (with non-working aperture, hence; wide open )
    Nice... and I'm happy for your Spring. We're trying for it... fits and starts. 61* F today, and 10-20 inches of snow tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Going back in time..seems a long long time!

    There once was the Nikon Photomic, film and her in Paris.

    We are rarely privileged to see such beautiful subjects here. But we are always grateful. Wonderful processing too.

    Especially LOVE that second shot. Something very special about it. Terrific moment... decisive indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    As well a bit fishy, but only humbly rectangular, and furthermore partially defished to taste - a somewhat bizzare beach scene:

    "Bumper Cars on the Beach, Vasto Marina, Abruzzo, Italia"


    Thanks for your interest and best regards!
    Kewl shot, Hermann. Took me a moment to realize what I was seeing... and I used to love to ride in those.

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