It seems to portraits..with the ZF.
Lloyd, Steve, Matt... thanks
Re comments on DOF and the eyes, well it was an awkward shooting situation. Staying on a small step behind the full size statue, stretching on my toes to get as close as possible, camera in right hand and holding with the left hand a print enveloppe that was in my bag used as a reflector for the eyes. Well, it worked
This is great, Steve!
A few from the Oscar de la Renta Resort show:
Many ways to photograph the Taj Mahal.
I told Ayesha to go and sit where Shah Jahan ( the Taj's constructor ) used to
sit after being imprisoned by his son, Aurengzeb.
Shah Jahan would sit in this exact place and view the tomb of his beloved.
Thank you Ayesha.
Further images shall be posted in the small sensor section.
Rayyan, Magnificent Smile & Backdrop!
17 may is the Norwegian National Day. It's celebrated by Norwegians all over the world, Bangkok included
D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 45mm and f/5.0
I concur with Rayyan and Lloyd, superb photography! Well done!
And now for something a bit more boring from a trip to the Utah deserts and canyons.
Kachina Bridge, Natural Bridges National Monument, D3 & 24 PC-E lens
Moon House Ruin, Cedar Mesa, UT. D3 & 24 PC-E lens
Claret Cup Cactus, Needles District Canyonlands Nat Park, UT. D3 & 85 PC lens
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Sometimes You Just Gotta Have "These"!
D3, ZF.2 35 1.4
Really wonderful, and again technically impressive.
Nice to see you around
(and yeah, you do)
Matt, Steve and Corlan, many thanks for the comments. Yes Steve sometimes you just got to have those big er uh well, cannon balls.