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    Steve: Paul Revere off to warn the British? Good eye, terrific pp.

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    Thanks Matt. Paul,George...His Next Costume Will Have To Be Ringo!

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    An Artist Named Burt...

    1.

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    3.

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    D3, ZF2 35, 1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Its summer vacations here. [...]
    Rayyan, the portrait is so warm and wonderful. Enjoy your time with the grandkids... what a lucky man you are!


    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Along the banks of the Danube..Szentendre.
    Very cool Rayyan, but got a question here... are the colors "natural" or is there a touch of faux IR in the trees? Quite unusual, intriguing hues!



    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    An evening out on the Palouse area of Eastern Washington State. Who says that a 200-400 VR isn't a landscape lens?

    D3x, 200-400VR @ 400mm 1/60 f4.
    Great light and composition, Graham. The Palouse area seems to provide endless inspiration. Did you try some stitch with the same kit? Astonishing results to be expected for sure. Would love to see some from you... this trip to come maybe?



    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Paul Revere off to warn the British? Good eye, terrific pp.

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    Didn't see it like that myself, but now i can't get it off my head. Nice one, Steve!


    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    An Artist Named Burt...

    D3, ZF2 35, 1.4
    While Burt in action and his paintings are super, i'm really fond of the large format style portrait here. Terrific!

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    If you want to master the panning technique like Jorgen, i thought, one has to start small.


    "Batman"









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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Rayyan, the portrait is so warm and wonderful. Enjoy your time with the grandkids... what a lucky man you are!


    Very cool Rayyan, but got a question here... are the colors "natural" or is there a touch of faux IR in the trees? Quite unusual, intriguing hues!
    Corlan, thank you so much. The colors have gone through an old Kodachrome
    film simulator!!

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    An Artist Named Burt...

    4.

    D3, ZF2 35, 1.4
    Steve, magnificent colors. Beautifully exposed. But the real credit lies with Burt
    and of course with you.

    Excellent work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    If you want to master the panning technique like Jorgen, i thought, one has to start small.


    "Batman"

    [IMG]https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-cUsaUI6XRps/Tgh60GUkz_I/AAAAAAAAAa4/AigA3e3OJMM/CLF_6137_smallish.jpg[/IMG







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    The colors of the ' small ' win the day. A beautiful, fun and technically excellent capture.

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    Corlan & Rayyan, Thanks Very Much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    If you want to master the panning technique like Jorgen, i thought, one has to start small.


    "Batman"









    .
    Other than the color,sharpness & composition, i Love the expression & focus on his face! This image if printed will live Forever! Awesome , Bro!!!

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    Rayyan, Steve, you're too kind. Thanks.

    Just a for fun shot, plus that day i was trying a new skylight filter (no idea why, just found it in the closet and mounted it for the day) and i'm not so sure about the colors.
    The kid in the parade was cute, though. Very determined

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    F6 Goes To Work...

    (Ice T & Coco)
    Nikon F6, 60G Micro, Portra 400NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Analog extraordinaire, Steve!

    All are just great. All.
    #3 is technically impressive, but the last one might stand out as really special.

    No doubt the subjects will love them. Prints wil be gorgeous!
    Yup... what he said. Great set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    [I]"shh... let me tell you a secret..."

    ...
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Outstanding Subjects,Color,Saturation,Contrast,Compositions & Images Corlan!
    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    Corlan: Nice treatments on both your shots of our animal friends. Especially nice color on the birdy but love the way the white tufts glow in B&W.

    Best,
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    Big plus 1 from me, Corlan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Matt

    Great bear photos as always. I prefer the second for a number of reasons but most importantly is the softer or less contrasty rendering which is much more indicative of the overcast natural light you had. The first one is just a tad too harsh for my taste. The power of subtlety is all too often abandoned, IMHO.

    Anyway well done. Where are these furry buddies of your's located btw?

    Rob
    +1 on the second shot. And a great shot it is, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Non, je ne regrette rien.....

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Sans aucun doute et hors catégorie ...
    I can certainly see why! And I suspect Corlan is correct... I'll wager she doesn't either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Its summer vacations here.

    My grand kids have moved in with us. Mariam, five and a half, insists to sleep with me.

    Read me a story, she said this evening. So I read.

    Halfway through the story she fell asleep.

    I took a picture. Adventure for her. Something priceless for me.

    Priceless indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, very very good in your hands friend is the 28/1.4
    I shall wait for the blue coats to arrive!!
    +1... Although I understand Samuel Adams was a T-Mobile guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan/Graham: Water and wheat. "Staff of Life"...sort of.


    Rayyan: Great color and flow.


    Graham: Superb! Color, light, composition, rhythm, compression are wonderful. I have to ask: when was this taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan & Graham, 2 Breath Taking Landscapes!
    I concur... on all counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    An Artist Named Burt...

    4.
    D3, ZF2 35, 1.4
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, magnificent colors. Beautifully exposed. But the real credit lies with Burt
    and of course with you.

    Excellent work.
    Great set, Steve. That Burt has a way with color... and you have a way with capturing him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    If you want to master the panning technique like Jorgen, i thought, one has to start small.


    "Batman"








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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Other than the color,sharpness & composition, i Love the expression & focus on his face! This image if printed will live Forever! Awesome , Bro!!!
    +1 on Steve's comment. Great shot. And just in time for Le Tour, non?

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    I can certainly see why! And I suspect Corlan is correct... I'll wager she doesn't either.
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    Priceless indeed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I concur... on all counts.
    Lloyd, sincerely appreciated.

    Our regards to the family.

    Take care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yup... what he said. Great set!
    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1... Although I understand Samuel Adams was a T-Mobile guy!
    !
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great set, Steve. That Burt has a way with color... and you have a way with capturing him!
    Appreciate It Bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    If you want to master the panning technique like Jorgen, i thought, one has to start small.


    "Batman"





    .
    Well... ummm... I think you are supposed to use shutter priority, and in this case I would recommend something like... 10-15 seconds? You have an ND filter, no? A really, really dense one? And really, really, really steady hands? Cannot use a pod when things are moving very fast like here, you know

    I did not know that Batman used Flower Power though
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    Get lost, they said. So we did.


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    A wonderful place to get lost! Beautifully captured as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A wonderful place to get lost! Beautifully captured as well.
    monsieur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Get lost, they said. So we did.

    really nice processing..

    from Mclouth Steel


    _DSC4137 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    This week's excursion into the mountains - rather than killing myself climbing them (it turns out to be about the same thing), I'm looking for waterfalls.

    I set up "base camp" at Moffitt Beach Campground - just west of Speculator, NY. This is sunrise on the lake.


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    I call this "Rural Tagging". Found on Rt. 30 about 5 miles North of Speculator, NY. Glad to see that the locals have a sense of humor!!

    Last edited by CNovick; 27th June 2011 at 20:54.

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    This series is of Auger Falls - just North of Wells, NY.
    With the rock and tree formations along the trail, it gave me a feeling like I was hiking in Jurassic Park.




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    Auger Falls is on the Sacandaga River north of Wella, NY. It flows from the Sacandaga river into a gorge.
    I grew up not too far from Niagara Falls, so waterfalls really don't impress me that much - they're nice to look at but -- AUGER FALLS IMPRESSED ME!!!!

    This is the Upper tier of the falls. It drops about 20-25 ft. with a massive amount of water flow.

    Last edited by CNovick; 27th June 2011 at 20:50.

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    The Lower Falls drops about 80 feet into the gorge (there's no way to fully see the falls from in the gorge nor see the bottom of the gorge from the top), and besides that, one slip and it's bye-bye Birdie!

    Last edited by CNovick; 27th June 2011 at 20:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    really nice processing..

    from Mclouth Steel


    _DSC4137 by gungyduo, on Flickr
    viablex1, thank you very much.

    Mclouth Steel...invites one to touch. texture and lighting is excellent.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Get lost, they said. So we did.

    I Need To be Lost In A Bad Way! Nice View & Grab Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    I call this "Rural Tagging". Found on Rt. 30 about 5 miles North of Speculator, NY. Glad to see that the locals have a sense of humor!!

    Now Thats A "Pet Rock"! Nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    This series is of Auger Falls - just North of Wells, NY.
    With the rock and tree formations along the trail, it gave me a feeling like I was hiking in Jurassic Park.


    Like The "Death Grip" The Tree Has On The Boulder! Nicely Shot C.N.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1;329239
    from Mclouth Steel

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    _DSC4137 by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Nice Clarity & Grit Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Now Thats A "Pet Rock"! Nice!


    Like The "Death Grip" The Tree Has On The Boulder! Nicely Shot C.N.!
    "Pet Rock" - I like that. Thanx for the compliment.

    Conrad

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    Continuing on with my trip, Griffin Falls - about 3 miles upstream from Auger Falls.

    This is a small bridge over the Sacandaga River to the trail.


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    A view upstream taken from the bridge.


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    A Full view of Griffin Falls.


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    A close up of the main falls.


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    Big plus 1 from me, Corlan.
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    +1 on Steve's comment. Great shot. And just in time for Le Tour, non?
    Thanks, Lloyd.
    Yup, just in time. Would be fun to see such decorated gear on the Tourmalet



    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Well... ummm... I think you are supposed to use shutter priority, and in this case I would recommend something like... 10-15 seconds? You have an ND filter, no? A really, really dense one? And really, really, really steady hands? Cannot use a pod when things are moving very fast like here, you know

    I did not know that Batman used Flower Power though



    Talking about which i had a quick look at your racing gallery. Impressive pannings definitely and... cute girls




    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Get lost, they said. So we did.

    Serene light, gorgeous colors and peaceful atmosphere.
    Way to "get lost", indeed.



    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

    from Mclouth Steel


    _DSC4137 by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Amazing rendering.
    Through the photo you feel you could grab the "coin" and you already know its weight. And the same for that dust where you want to leave a trave with your finger. Write your initials maybe, like when we were young...

    Bravo Matto.




    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    Continuing on with my trip, Griffin Falls - about 3 miles upstream from Auger Falls.

    This is a small bridge over the Sacandaga River to the trail.

    Conrad i like the way you take us along on your hikes. It's simple yet refreshing. And somehow invigorating for those of us staying at work.
    My favorites here are "Pet Rock" (© SM) and the last two ( edit: well there's two more in the meantime, let's call them posts #2737 & 2738 then ) . Beautiful light on that bridge, and great detail in the stream and trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Serene light, gorgeous colors and peaceful atmosphere.
    Way to "get lost", indeed.
    Corlan, thank you. Not too far from where you are.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    I Need To be Lost In A Bad Way! Nice View & Grab Rayyan!
    Steve, simple pleasures. Walking.

    Thank you my friend.

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    No, No..Gauloises or Gitanes only please..

    Drink? No, thank you.


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    Rayyan, Love the character,crop & deep,saturated color! Excellent Street!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Love the character,crop & deep,saturated color! Excellent Street!!!

    Grateful to you my friend.

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    Another leg on my weekend was to "Death Falls", outside of Raquette Lake, NY.

    This is a shot of the falls.


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    Along the train, I shot this 3-shot pano of a forest Pond (a.k.a. Misquito heaven).


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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    really nice processing..

    from Mclouth Steel
    Nice shot, Matto. Great detail and texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    No, No..Gauloises or Gitanes only please..

    Drink? No, thank you.

    i love this. composition to post. *thumbs up*

    this sort of photography is on my to do list...i just feel wildly inappropriate doing it with large cameras...and i'm totally disenchanted with my city.
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