That's a beautiful image, Tim. Great catch.
Thanks Lloyd! The real challenge was hand-holding the thing while being chewed by the flies. Lucky to escape alive.
Here's a "cheesier" (faux velvia, that is; why...because I can!) version of the B & W photo and another angle of the fence.
1. D7000; Sigma 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 EX DG ASP HSM; 19mm; 1/15s @ f/10; -1-1/3 EV; ISO 100
2. D7000; Sigma 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 EX DG ASP HSM; 17mm; 1/400s @ f/4; -1-1/3 EV; ISO 100
Very kewl colors, Matt. And I think I prefer this angle on the fence shot.
Monkey Forest - Ubud, Bali
D300 ; Tokina 11-16mm
Really nice, Mikoo. I especially like that second one.
Travel 101: Afternoon is siesta time.
The streets shall be empty.
Life is full of variations. Directly from village celebration upcountry to Swedish jets down south. Looking forward to a couple of nights in my own bed for a change
D300 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 AF @ f/4.0
Cool shot, Jorgen. That's the Saab I want!
I went to photograph buildings!!
Lloyd, I don't think they allow that model in your country
Next week, Rayyan, next week...
One of Mimi's friends... our Portuguese neighbor. I adore this woman, but I couldn't be married to her for 30 seconds!!
Another really great portrait, Rayyan. Lots of life in that face. I really love the B/W processing on this one.
Color version of the earlier post.
One more of her:
Nice one, Matt
Same goes for the passing tram (?) in B&W -with the extra original approach.
Cool ant/ladybug shot, too. Definitely some tension there...
Lens look pretty ok btw. What was the FL here?
Any PC after the fact?
( and in some way, the statement also goes for your "siesta hour" shot )
Great, as usual.
"Little doggie in the window"
D700; Sigma 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 EX DG ASP HSM; 18mm; 1/30s @ f/22; ISO 200
Now, they are two different companies, and although none of them are hugely successful, the fighter jets have, as you mention, sold to several countries for a number of good reasons. I had the pleasure of working closely with representatives of the Swedish Air Force while taking these photos, and they have a very professional attitude to this project.
Here's the 92001 (not my photo):
Here here are two of the latest model, the two seat family version
D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm and f/2.8