Seeing this image, I wish I was young, for a little while once more.
Credit to you and the beautiful lady for this vibrant and youthful capture.
Two wonderful presentations Corlan.
Steve, Jorgen, Rayyan... thanks!
Rayyan, Incredible! Love the processing as well!
Rayyan, you captured the motion, both atmospheric and of the souls.
Their penetrating look are full of life and yet it's like they alrady lived it.
Perfect composition, at the same time balanced and tensed.
Another winner in my book.
(or is it yours, my dear friend? )
A few from the other day:
1. D700;24-120mm f/4; 1/500s @ f/4EG; 1/500s @ f/4; ISO 200
2. D700;24-120mm f/4; 1/500s @ f/4EG; 1/200s @ f/4; ISO 200
3. D700;24-120mm f/4; 1/500s @ f/4EG; 1/500s @ f/4; ISO 200
Vlad: Great comp. and pp! Interesting comment from Corlan. I didn't see the first image.
Corlan: "Youth" is wasted on the young, or, some such crap. Actually it's pleasing to se somebody happy like that. Well captured.
The framing, look and graininess in the second photo's wonderful.
Steve: Love "Little Miss Sunshine"! Super!
Rayyan: Your world is certainly grittier then mine. Thanks again for sharing your images. They appear to be sitting on barbed wire? Also, +1 to what Steve and Corlan said.
Peter, Soulful,Magazine Worthy Shots!
Rayyan, A Perfect Painting!
Thanks Steve, Jorgen, Rayyan, Matt. Nice natural model, hey?
Matt: cool set of sunny days in Seattle.
Like the expression on the second one. Looks like the violin player you already showed us (?), without the instrument this time.
Peter: my favorite is #1.
#2 is a bit too "strange" for me, but it'll please a lot of people with more advanced tastes
Rayyan: painterly in an impressionist way, just a tad grittier and impactful. Love it.
Steve: man this is good. The T-shirt is a nice touch, and the silver tones are gorgeously spot on. Skin's awesome.
Btw, it's time for you to get the VR2. I renew my offer to retreat this old useless piece of junk of VR1.
No, no, you're welcome.
Technically imperfect again, but probably suitable for a "For Fun" thread...
Sometimes, I wish that... sometimes, I think too much
D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 135mm and f/2.8
Oh, and I like the colours that I get from the D80 much better than those from the D300. Much better. I consider picking up a D200. Or should I consider a Kodak? Or another Fuji?
Bought myself a set of macro tubes - because we're in a downpour today, I thought I'd stay undercover and start processing some pics I took with them.
I love horses. The most lovely of animals, as you have so softly demonstrated.
Specially if they are as beautiful as these.
Our dear friend had a nasty car accident in which her SUV flipped 5 times on Interstate 95... just before she was entering residency to become a cardiothoracic surgeon.
Miraculously only her left arm was severely hurt, she needed several skin grafts to patch it back together. Fortunately her arm also retained full function, altho she needs to continue with painful rehab exercises.
Looking up...a little bit.
1. D700; 24-120mm f/4G; 90mm; 1/500s @ f/4; ISO 200
2. D700; 24-120mm f/4G; 120mm; 1/640s @ f/4; ISO 200
Steve: Thank you, sir! I went back after lunch to photograph the dog's owners, but, they'd all moved on.
Peter: Like the dark, black and white, harlequin mask look of #2. Cool.
Rayyan: Soothing, calm, photo. As Steve said: "...a perfect painting!". Great watercolor subject.
Steve: Powerful looking guy! Nicely isolated subject and pp.
Rayyan: Thank you. It was a friendly dog and seemed well cared for.
Corlan: Thanks. It was the same violin player. I enjoy photographing (stalking?) her. Expressive face.
Corlan: Technically perfect to me. Excellent composition, shadow, and color.
Jorgen: Very interesting 'look'. Color's perfect (your's always is). Stick to Nikon, that way we don't have to look around for your photos.
Conrad: Beautiful flower shot!
Vlad: Ouch! Very artistically documented. I should put "ouch" in quotes because I just saw that Tim said it. Lucky lady.
Tim: Lovely composition, color, and focus!
Tim & Matt, Thanks!
Corlan, such a Beautiful,Strong Image!
CN & Tim, Gorgeous Color & Shots!
Vlad, Sorry About Your Friend. Wish Her Well From All Of Us.
Matt, Excellent Comps,Lines & Color!
Rayyan, Nice Grab Of Ayesha! Hope The Family Is Well.
Tim Conrad, nice flowers... Vlad's friend'll need those for sure.
Best wishes to her.
Rayyan, another interesting angled portrait of Ayesha. Was she enjoying the cafe terrace or just passing by? Not knowing, she does look dreamy, just as the composition.
Matt, really love the structured light and shadows here. Tones, too.
Story Of David...
D3, 28D 1.4
Lovely sequence, Steve.
Having Some Fun With The New/Old Glass...
D3, 28, 1.4 AF-D
Went to the races again.
D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/11 and 1/80s
There was other entertainment too
D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8
I don't care what gear I have.
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Rayyan: Thank you, sir. I don't think anybody should be climbing that fire escape. It is a nice bit of functional ironwork, though.
Rayyan: Nice capture. Ephemeral, and the pp suits.
Corlan: Thank you!
Steve: New, old, glass. Nice. Terrific set. The interaction of the children is beautifully captured. Me: #3 (composition), #4 (the kid's wonderment), and #5 (the child's trying to figure our how to actually give him the dollar & SEP2 frame). Wonderfully pp'd.
Steve: As has been said elsewhere: the composition with the painter really leads the eye into the painting's perspective. Cool effect.
Jorgen: Definitely got the panning down. I like "Number 20"! She was standing in front of a video screen?
Same place...different time.
D700; 24-120mm f/4G; 78mm; 1/160s @ f/4; ISO 200
Matt & Rayyan, Merci Beaucoup!