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    Khutzeymateen, British Columbia.

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 450


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/7.1; ISO 1600


    4. D300; 24-70mm f/2.8; 1/160s @ f/22; ISO 800

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    These Guys Dont Miss A Meal When They're Not Sleeping! Love That Last Shot Too!

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    The wife:


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    Matt, I love those bear shots of yours. Makes me almost want to hop in the grass with them and cuddle.

    Maybe I shouldn't.

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    Rayyan: more great stuff. The Ritual Bath photo is absolutely fantastic.
    Splendid wood works from Bali, too.
    The plaque from Alsace is lot of fun. Probably near Saint Hyppolite (?) Some villages in the area got a long history of turmoil and interesting customs when it comes to obeying the law.
    **Love** the Ayesha Photomic with the Republican Guard (i thought i've seen that one before? Still a winner by all means)


    Vlad: fine revisitation of the classic Dummies shot. Composition and tones are excellent.


    Matt: more Market Place cheerful moments, more extraordinary bear (and their environnement) views. Re the latter, i particularly love #2 and #3 quoted by Steve above. Respectively so cute, and so impressive...


    Jorgen: "Waiting" "Distracted" are instant favorites. Added links in the appropriate folder. Superb.


    Matto: even freakier than usual . What about a set in there with just some silhouettes and shadows?


    Leif: notwithstanding your humourous comment about the "direction of food", it's really a great portrait.


    Osman: love this night shot! Well done ideed, and... having dinner at the restaurant on the right is quite an entertaining thought.


    Tim: seems you have a lot of fun with your new endeavor, walking the streets. Terrific results, the legs shot is perfect and the lil' girl portrait's spot on.
    Re fighting timidity when taking photos of strangers, have you considered some accelerated courses given by our very members here. Highly recommended is Rayyan's "Sweet Talk, Smooth Operator" and Jorgen's "How to beat the odds of blending in".
    (of less interest, is my own "how to invariably get busted" workshop ).



    All, and everyone, great work!

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    On the horizon, lots of light, lots of dust.
    Late spring season will be busy for harness racing. Time for...



    "Light Training":







    .

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    Vlad, Lovely Pic Of The Mrs.!

    Corlan, Outstanding! Looks Like Its Right Out Of Mathew Brady's Collection From The 1800s!

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    Excellent, Corlan.

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    Matt, I love those bear shots of yours. Makes me almost want to hop in the grass with them and cuddle.

    Maybe I shouldn't.
    Plus 1 from me... except on the cuddling part. I'm happy to give those bears all the room they need!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    The wife:
    Nice portrait Vlad. Very timeless quality to that shot... with the RayBans accentuated, given that they've been around for so long. (Ironically, just this morning, as I was driving my wife to the train, we were talking about how we both used to have those and loved them.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Corlan, Outstanding! Looks Like Its Right Out Of Mathew Brady's Collection From The 1800s!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Excellent, Corlan.
    Corlan: Please add my vote to those of the these two gentlemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's a couple more from the Pike Place Market. The first is a color crop of the earlier B & W.

    1. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 98mm; 1/80s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    3. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 195mm; 1/250s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


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    Matt, brilliant.

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    Agree! Love this one Osman!!!
    Osman, +1 from me 2. You have been missed.

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    These are great, Tim! I think you've found your calling. Love that second one... nothing beats a great pair of legs!!
    Tim, +1 from me. Lloyd knows a good thing when he sees one or two or four!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Plus 1 from me... except on the cuddling part. I'm happy to give those bears all the room they need!!
    Matt, +2 from me. +3 for the third shot. Lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    On the horizon, lots of light, lots of dust.
    Late spring season will be busy for harness racing. Time for...



    "Light Training":







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    Corlan, this is super. For a brief second I thought you had traveled to Amish
    country.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan: more great stuff. The Ritual Bath photo is absolutely fantastic.
    Splendid wood works from Bali, too.
    The plaque from Alsace is lot of fun. Probably near Saint Hyppolite (?) Some villages in the area got a long history of turmoil and interesting customs when it comes to obeying the law.
    **Love** the Ayesha Photomic with the Republican Guard (i thought i've seen that one before? Still a winner by all means)

    Corlan, thank you. Yes I had posted the photomic one before here.
    Re: fighting timidity and our recommendations for Tim...one needs to have a thick skin too!

    Thanks again.

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    On the subject of fighting timidity..they ask me how I do it.

    Usually face to face. Sometime cheek to cheek but rarely.


    But honestly, you have it or you don't!

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    Thanks Steve, Jorgen, Lloyd, Rayyan

    Love the B&W above, Rayyan. And interesting look from the guy on the right.


    Portrait in color, inside a cathedral. No street skills required for this one .
    Great light yesterday in there -file pretty much out of the camera except for a few teenage blemishes and jpeg reduction (which don't do justice to the original, btw).







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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    On the subject of fighting timidity..they ask me how I do it.

    Usually face to face. Sometime cheek to cheek but rarely.


    But honestly, you have it or you don't!
    And you, sir, do indeed "have it"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Portrait in color, inside a cathedral. No street skills required for this one .
    Great light yesterday in there -file pretty much out of the camera except for a few teenage blemishes and jpeg reduction (which don't do justice to the original, btw).







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    This is a beautiful portrait, Corlan. What wonderful eyes! I'll just bet the original sings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Steve, Jorgen, Lloyd, Rayyan

    Love the B&W above, Rayyan. And interesting look from the guy on the right.


    Portrait in color, inside a cathedral. No street skills required for this one .
    Great light yesterday in there -file pretty much out of the camera except for a few teenage blemishes and jpeg reduction (which don't do justice to the original, btw).







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    Corlan, Thank you.

    This is wonderfully gentle and beautifully soft and pastel-like portrait.
    Suits perfectly the venue and the subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    And you, sir, do indeed "have it"!
    Lloyd, thanks.

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    This is a beautiful portrait, Corlan. What wonderful eyes! I'll just bet the original sings!
    Agree! Ok...here goes my actor look a like comparison....A young Sean Penn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    On the subject of fighting timidity..they ask me how I do it.

    Usually face to face. Sometime cheek to cheek but rarely.


    But honestly, you have it or you don't!
    You Most Definitely Have it! One more movie star comparison....Im seeing Bridget Bardot in her prime! Beautiful grab Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Tim: seems you have a lot of fun with your new endeavor, walking the streets. Terrific results, the legs shot is perfect and the lil' girl portrait's spot on.
    Re fighting timidity when taking photos of strangers, have you considered some accelerated courses given by our very members here. Highly recommended is Rayyan's "Sweet Talk, Smooth Operator" and Jorgen's "How to beat the odds of blending in".
    (of less interest, is my own "how to invariably get busted" workshop ).
    This isn't so far-fetched an idea. I'd love to be a fly on the wall as you all are out and about with camera. Maybe we could each take a little movie and record some commentary of a shot while it's happening. I might learn something from the banter that goes on between photographer and subject!

    Wonderful images as usual. Very clean portrait Corlan. Fresh light indeed.

    Here's one that's a bit more modest than the legs/shoes.



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    Corlan and Rayyan: Thank you guys!
    Corlan, marvelous b/w post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    You Most Definitely Have it! One more movie star comparison....Im seeing Bridget Bardot in her prime! Beautiful grab Rayyan!
    Steve, very many thanks my friend. All I have is a f*ing thick skin and I am deaf!!

    Kindest regards.

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    special thanks to routlaw for apply image command , multiply and screen with curves thrown in!!!!!

    yes!!!

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    Tim, nice reflective moment caught!

    Matt....A younger Demi Moore! Pretty shot!

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    Pike Place Market; selling scarves.

    D700; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 165mm; 1/30s @ f/2.8; ISO 360


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    Thanks all for the kind words. Much appreciated


    Rayyan: yeah, you have it. She does, too!


    Tim: i like this kind of angle. Nicely done


    Matto: thinking young Demi Moore here too. Nice composition and processing man.



    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Pike Place Market; selling scarves.


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    wow Matt splendid colors, great shot.

    (on this one i would probably blur the far right hand side in order to keep the superb focus on the subject and leave the rest even more abstract, just about colors -just me)

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    Matt, Beautiful Color,Framing & Peek A Boo Shot!

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    Nikon owner being handed a Canon...


    What happens when you give a Nikon owner a Canon by peterb666, on Flickr

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    + 1! Thats Great!

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    em7 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    Matt....!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    On the subject of fighting timidity..they ask me how I do it.

    Usually face to face. Sometime cheek to cheek but rarely.


    But honestly, you have it or you don't!
    Great portrait

    Edit: ... and you do have it, or so it seems

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    Viablex: Freckle-icious!

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    Easter spent at home is not our usual way, normally we chase the tail of winter for some skiing in the mountains - but this year; with great pleasure. Unbelievable weather and early spring (I know I´ve said so before).
    This from today´s outing to the woods - a bit up to avoid the birch pollen. Forecast said 20C and was right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    Here's one that's a bit more modest than the legs/shoes.



    Best,
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    A really nice, subtle quality to this one, Tim.

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    special thanks to routlaw for apply image command , multiply and screen with curves thrown in!!!!!

    yes!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

    em7 by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Matto: Much as I like your urban decay/abandoned places work (and I do!), I'm loving this new direction to your photography. Beautiful subjects indeed. Love the green eyes in the color version, and the b&w is a winner! And, it is true, "a face without freckles is like a night without stars"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Pike Place Market; selling scarves.

    D700; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 165mm; 1/30s @ f/2.8; ISO 360

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    I really like this one Matt. It has a wonderfully shy, stealthy quality to it.


    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post
    Nikon owner being handed a Canon...

    What happens when you give a Nikon owner a Canon by peterb666, on Flickr
    Ackk!!! Saints preserve us!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Easter spent at home is not our usual way, normally we chase the tail of winter for some skiing in the mountains - but this year; with great pleasure. Unbelievable weather and early spring (I know I´ve said so before).
    This from today´s outing to the woods - a bit up to avoid the birch pollen. Forecast said 20C and was right.
    Looks like a very nice way to spend the day. I'm still looking forward to a 20C day (which, btw, is about as it ever needs to be, in my book), we did make it to 12C today for the first time in nearly a month, so maybe there's hope?!

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    These Guys Dont Miss A Meal When They're Not Sleeping! Love That Last Shot Too!
    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Matt, I love those bear shots of yours. Makes me almost want to hop in the grass with them and cuddle.
    Maybe I shouldn't.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ...Matt: more Market Place cheerful moments, more extraordinary bear (and their environnement) views. Re the latter, i particularly love #2 and #3 quoted by Steve above. Respectively so cute, and so impressive...
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Plus 1 from me... except on the cuddling part. I'm happy to give those bears all the room they need!!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, brilliant.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...
    Matt, +2 from me. +3 for the third shot. Lovely.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, Beautiful Color,Framing & Peek A Boo Shot!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I really like this one Matt. It has a wonderfully shy, stealthy quality to it. ..
    Steve/Vlad/corlan/Lloyd/Rayyan: Thank you, gentlemen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    The wife:
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ...
    Vlad: fine revisitation of the classic Dummies shot. Composition and tones are excellent...
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Vlad, Lovely Pic Of The Mrs.!..
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice portrait Vlad. Very timeless quality to that shot... with the RayBans accentuated, given that they've been around for so long. (Ironically, just this morning, as I was driving my wife to the train, we were talking about how we both used to have those and loved them.)
    Vlad: +1! Nicely done (although, I'm not sure what Corlan meant?). I had to go look for my Raybans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Vlad: +1! Nicely done (although, I'm not sure what Corlan meant?). I had to go look for my Raybans.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt - that comment was referring to another image, previously posted by Vlad here http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showpo...postcount=1443

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Easter spent at home is not our usual way, normally we chase the tail of winter for some skiing in the mountains - but this year; with great pleasure. Unbelievable weather and early spring (I know I´ve said so before).
    This from today´s outing to the woods - a bit up to avoid the birch pollen. Forecast said 20C and was right.
    Another lovely shot, Leif.
    Though you guys are incredible (or unprepared? ): 20°, T-shirts but... hot coffee thermos.

    (slightly down south here we have a record April weather: for the last three weeks, 25°C+ daytime average, up to 30°C Hot beverages? No, thanks...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Matto: Much as I like your urban decay/abandoned places work (and I do!), I'm loving this new direction to your photography. Beautiful subjects indeed. Love the green eyes in the color version, and the b&w is a winner! And, it is true, "a face without freckles is like a night without stars"!
    hey thanks LLoyd, I am doing more abandoned stuff next week in Boston.

    But hope to do a trash the dress shoot in May and then hopefully get some clients!!!

    Hope your wife gets over that nagging injury soon!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    On the horizon, lots of light, lots of dust.
    Late spring season will be busy for harness racing. Time for...
    "Light Training":

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    Corlan: Great image. Very "old school" as was pointed out. I've only read about this, or, seen it in the movies. "Light, lots of dust", and the training (racing) well conveyed with your pp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    On the subject of fighting timidity..they ask me how I do it.
    Usually face to face. Sometime cheek to cheek but rarely.
    But honestly, you have it or you don't!
    Rayyan: A big lens helps! Nicely captured. Interesting look from her. Superb composition and pp.

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    Portrait in color, inside a cathedral. No street skills required for this one .
    Great light yesterday in there -file pretty much out of the camera except for a few teenage blemishes and jpeg reduction (which don't do justice to the original, btw).
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    Corlan: Not "street"; but, still a nice portrait. You could have hid behind a column and just caught a bit of the face? Excellent detail and DOF.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Here's one that's a bit more modest than the legs/shoes.



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    Tim: Really captures the person with, surprisingly, very little in focus. Just enough to let the mind infer the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

    special thanks to routlaw for apply image command , multiply and screen with curves thrown in!!!!!
    yes!!!
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    em7 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Tim, nice reflective moment caught!
    Matt....A younger Demi Moore! Pretty shot!
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    Matto: thinking young Demi Moore here too. Nice composition and processing man. ...
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    Matt....!!!!
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    Viablex: Freckle-icious!
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    Matto: Much as I like your urban decay/abandoned places work (and I do!), I'm loving this new direction to your photography. Beautiful subjects indeed. Love the green eyes in the color version, and the b&w is a winner! And, it is true, "a face without freckles is like a night without stars"!
    Matt: Being all of the way out on the West Coast, I never need to have an original comment! +1, 2, 3, 4, & 5! Great DOF, background, light, and shadow in both.

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