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    Vlad, Mesmerizing Look!

    Rayyan, Spiritual Peace! Beautiful ( I could go for a dose)!

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    Beautiful posts everyone. Rayyan, excellent portraits in black and white, wow!

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    Tim, Steen, cool winter shots. Nice tracks and reflection !

    Lloyd, winter, yea, but definitely what a porch...
    (the one on the Leica thread is splendid, too)



    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Fishy" Street...


    D3, Nikon 8mm ais 2.8
    Steve, with the vintage fish eye series you're raising the (good )bar again. The one just above is one of the best i've seen in the exercise. Composition, clarity, IQ



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    Clever, original, and fun!

    (you might want to check your WB though, nasty red cast here )


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    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8

    Now i want water...

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    love the fish eyes!! well this at least was scanned with a nikon 9000
    Matto, an impressive new approach and angle on this (i reckon) classic subject of yours.



    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Feel the spirit of place. Feel the spirit of Bali.

    The photographs shall take care of themselves...

    Rayyan, Bali sounds rather a, er..., an interesting place, and certainly through your eyes a good one to stay and wait patiently for the spouse to return from her adventures.
    Great photos, thoughts and stories... picked this one as a favorite... depends on the mood i guess, all are equally goood



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    Thanks everyone. This one's a random beauty that I shot prior to the Marc Jacobs show tonight. That look, mesmerizing.

    Really good stuff in this series of yours, Vlad. Like this one a lot. Quite better than the usual red carpet shots around this kind of events.





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    Wow Steve, this series is fantastic!
    While #2-6-7-8-10 are great both by all means (2 & 10 on top of my list), the one quoted is the one i'm truly jealous of... the portrait i'd have loved to have taken. But agian, they're all good!

    Now, i need a 85G with my water pitcher...

    (btw if not for one great stolen candid over there, i really prefer this series compared to its M countepart... probably i'm simply more enticed to the 85mm than the 21mm field)

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    holy moly look at that bokeh!!!!

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    Rayyan: The Bali shots are amazing. Once again, your command of color and contrast, as well as finding the shots no one else can (e.g., the backstage shot), and to find the intimate and truly important, amazes me.

    Peter: Impressive bit of Street Art.

    Vlad: Loving the Fashion Week shots. Thanks for sharing.

    Joe: Thanks for the California color.

    Steve: Those Boston Chinese New Year shots are mind boggling!! Great eye (as always), and what amazing color and IQ!

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    Corlan,Matt,Lloyd..Appreciate it!!!

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    More Faces...



















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    Steve, wow! Spectacular!

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    Steve, wow! Spectacular!
    Spectacular indeed!
    The last one is... lacking for words... out of this world

    (love the two just before, too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Steve, wow! Spectacular!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Spectacular indeed!
    The last one is... lacking for words... out of this world

    (love the two just before, too)
    Graciously Appreciated Amigos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Spiritual Peace! Beautiful ( I could go for a dose)!
    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Beautiful posts everyone. Rayyan, excellent portraits in black and white, wow!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan, Bali sounds rather a, er..., an interesting place, and certainly through your eyes a good one to stay and wait patiently for the spouse to return from her adventures.
    Great photos, thoughts and stories... picked this one as a favorite... depends on the mood i guess, all are equally goood
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    Rayyan: The Bali shots are amazing. Once again, your command of color and contrast, as well as finding the shots no one else can (e.g., the backstage shot), and to find the intimate and truly important, amazes me.
    Steve, Osman, Corlan, Lloyd...thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    processing is great!!!
    viablex1, thank you kindly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Steve, wow! Spectacular!
    Steve, ++1. I wish I could swing a cam like the lady!! Brilliant frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, ++1. I wish I could swing a cam like the lady!! Brilliant frames.
    Thank You So Much Rayyan!

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


    wow that bokeh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    wow that bokeh!!!
    Thanks

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    Rayyan, Amazing Texture! Nice Full Frame Grab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Rayyan, Amazing Texture! Nice Full Frame Grab!
    Steve, sincere thanks pal.

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    Mr. Rayyan, said my guide/driver, why do you want to stay in the mountains?

    The action, he said, is all on the sea.

    But ' the action ' is here for me. I said.

    Let's go down and you see for yourself Mr. Rayyan. I know. I live in Bali.

    So we went to the sea.


    It was hot. It was very humid. It was crowded. Most of the people were..
    let's say from cooler climates.

    I came to see the Balinese, I said. I have been to cooler countries and seen these people before.

    Mr. Rayyan, said Ari, you don't like anything here ? Surprised he was.

    No, I said. Nothing interests me here.


    Ari, I said, I shall tell you a place. You take me there. That is where the action is.

    Where, asked Ari puzzled. Tomorrow, I said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Amazing Texture! Nice Full Frame Grab!
    +1 on that! The texture is so strong, and the separation so profound, it almost looks like a composite image. Wow.

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    Mr. Rayyan, said my guide/driver, why do you want to stay in the mountains?

    The action, he said, is all on the sea.

    But ' the action ' is here for me. I said.

    Let's go down and you see for yourself Mr. Rayyan. I know. I live in Bali.

    So we went to the sea.

    It was hot. It was very humid. It was crowded. Most of the people were..
    let's say from cooler climates.

    I came to see the Balinese, I said. I have been to cooler countries and seen these people before.

    Mr. Rayyan, said Ari, you don't like anything here ? Surprised he was.

    No, I said. Nothing interests me here.


    Ari, I said, I shall tell you a place. You take me there. That is where the action is.

    Where, asked Ari puzzled. Tomorrow, I said.
    I'm interested to see the "action", but it's clear that you can find beauty wherever you are.

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    Uhh, since my last visit here so many, many great pictures. So I'll have to be quite unequable, since I cannot mention them all. Just a very subjective voting due to my personal likings:

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Fishy" Street...



    D3, Nikon 8mm ais 2.8
    Steve: Thanks a lot for demonstrating me, how I should put my FE to good use!

    Quote Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
    snowy six corners

    Matt: Love, how you aptly captured the mood of that day with this one!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan: Strange costumes for the statues, great and colorful folklore to enjoy. Thanks for sharing!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Balinese dances and dancers are world renowned for their grace, beauty, color, costumes, and grace.

    I went to watch a dance. there were 300 others. With cameras, teles, flashes
    and what not...

    I did not watch the dance. Talked my way backstage.

    Who cares about the dance. I wanted to meet the dancers. Or their friends.

    I stayed all the time watching them prepare. Talking and shooting. That's what I do when I feel sad...away from home. All alone. I didn't intend to remain alone for long..

    Rayyan: Beauty - envy and congratulate you on your journey!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Steve: As usual all great, but this one is my personal favorite!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Feel the spirit of place. Feel the spirit of Bali.

    The photographs shall take care of themselves...

    Rayyan: You really show us the country by showing us the people who live there, admirable!

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




    Steve: Once again, my personal choice, since they really, really all are great!

    Thank you all together for sharing!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    After that tour d'horizon regarding the great and inspiring pictures you can enjoy here, my humble attempt to a kind of every-day-life PJ (pictures captured at Munich International Bus Station):


    "Migrant Workers, Their Children and Pets Looking Forward to Holidays at Home"


    D 700, 24mm/1.4G @ f/1.4



    Thank you for your interest and best regards!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1 on that! The texture is so strong, and the separation so profound, it almost looks like a composite image. Wow.

    I'm interested to see the "action", but it's clear that you can find beauty wherever you are.
    Lloyd, for me the ' action ' is the simple everyday things. The people and their lives. The ear shattering clubs or the bronzed bodies on the beach flouting their wares I leave for others.

    My friend, I am grateful for your kind comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, for me the ' action ' is the simple everyday things. The people and their lives. The ear shattering clubs or the bronzed bodies on the beach flouting their wares I leave for others.

    My friend, I am grateful for your kind comments.
    I had a suspicion that was the case, and therefore am all the more looking forward to it. My kind of "action" as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    After that tour d'horizon regarding the great and inspiring pictures you can enjoy here, my humble attempt to a kind of every-day-life PJ (pictures captured at Munich International Bus Station):


    Thank you for your interest and best regards!
    Hermann, first a thank you for your very kind words.

    The captures of the migrant workers are sensitively and beautifully done.

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    The bamboo sound at sunset. Everything is in the details.


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    We went to a fishing village. Off the beaten track. My kind of ' action ', my kind of people. I forgot the heat and the humidity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The captures of the migrant workers are sensitively and beautifully done.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The bamboo sound at sunset. Everything is in the details.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We went to a fishing village. Off the beaten track. My kind of ' action ', my kind of people. I forgot the heat and the humidity.
    Rayyan: First, big thank you for your kind comment, much appreciated!

    Last but not least: Two more really inspiring pictures. Love the content but the PP as well. Have a great journey, enjoy and take care!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan...Thank You!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    After that tour d'horizon regarding the great and inspiring pictures you can enjoy here, my humble attempt to a kind of every-day-life PJ (pictures captured at Munich International Bus Station):


    "Migrant Workers, Their Children and Pets Looking Forward to Holidays at Home"


    D 700, 24mm/1.4G @ f/1.4



    Thank you for your interest and best regards!
    Excellent Faces Captured In Colorful Setting Herrman!
    Thank You For Your Kind Comments My Friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We went to a fishing village. Off the beaten track. My kind of ' action ', my kind of people. I forgot the heat and the humidity.

    Magnificent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: First, big thank you for your kind comment, much appreciated!

    Last but not least: Two more really inspiring pictures. Love the content but the PP as well. Have a great journey, enjoy and take care!
    Hermann, my sincere thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan...Thank You!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Magnificent!!!
    Steve, you are welcome to the first one and a big thank you for the second.

    Regards guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We went to a fishing village. Off the beaten track. My kind of ' action ', my kind of people. I forgot the heat and the humidity.
    True. Yes, it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Steve, wow! Spectacular!

    +1 Very nice Steve!

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    One from a couple of hours ago. The weather looks nice enough, but looks here (as in many things in life) can be deceiving. The wind was howling... 50+ mph gusts, and sustained at about 35mph. This sunny moment was a bit of a sucker hole, as 10 minutes later it was dark and dreary. Big storm headed our way tonight, we're told.

    D3s, 20mm f2.8 @ f11, 1/640, ISO 200:

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    Looking for a good home. I'd place and ad in the Classified here:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23588

    For my much-loved D3 (only 7196 clicks on the shutter)

    But I thought the shadows here were nice:

    D3s, 50mm f1.4G @ f1.4, 1/640, ISO 200:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    True. Yes, it is.
    Lloyd;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One from a couple of hours ago. The weather looks nice enough, but looks here (as in many things in life) can be deceiving. The wind was howling... 50+ mph gusts, and sustained at about 35mph. This sunny moment was a bit of a sucker hole, as 10 minutes later it was dark and dreary. Big storm headed our way tonight, we're told.

    D3s, 20mm f2.8 @ f11, 1/640, ISO 200:
    Lloyd, stunning wa shot. I hope you folks are safe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Looking for a good home. I'd place and ad in the Classified here:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23588

    For my much-loved D3 (only 7196 clicks on the shutter)

    But I thought the shadows here were nice:

    D3s, 50mm f1.4G @ f1.4, 1/640, ISO 200:
    Lloyd, i hope you are not jumping ship! You have brought us magnificent captures with this friend.

    Lovely shadows indeed. gentle and seductive.

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    The details. One should not forget the details..


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    trapped









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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, stunning wa shot. I hope you folks are safe.



    Lloyd, i hope you are not jumping ship! You have brought us magnificent captures with this friend.

    Lovely shadows indeed. gentle and seductive.
    Thanks Rayyan. We'll be fine. Just ready for Spring. And no, not jumping the Nikon ship. I bought a D3s from our friend Matt Driscoll. Don't have room it and the D3 in my bag.

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    big time jealous on the the D3s!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    big time jealous on the the D3s!!
    LOL. I don't know why, Bob. You can out shoot most of us with you cell phone!! But thank you.

    And thanks for the reminders that Spring isn't maybe too far away! Great moments there.

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    The details. One should not forget the details..

    Gorgeous details, Rayyan. The color is really amazing here.

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    This was a group shoot, the setting was not prepared well, not like it was supposed to be, lighting was horrible. Oh well, at least my expectations were not to high going in.







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    Gorgeous details, Rayyan. The color is really amazing here

    .
    Lloyd, much appreciated sir.

    May you enjoy the D3S for a long time in good health and good fortune.

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    A few days ago, I was told it was some sort of special day.

    I came into my room and found this....


    I think they siad it was some sort of lover's day!!

    They knew I was alone. But Mr. Rayyan shall go into town..no? A glint in the eye. A smirk on the face.

    No, I said. Rayyan is going to bed and sleep. And Mr. Rayyan prefers to be alone.

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    Excellent Faces Captured In Colorful Setting Herrman!
    Steve: Thanks a lot for your kind comment!
    Best regards - Hermann

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