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

    Drink? No, thank you.

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

    And you do tell an intriguing story.

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    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.


    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    Along the train, I shot this 3-shot pano of a forest Pond (a.k.a. Misquito heaven).

    Looks like a fun adventure, except for the "Mosquito Heaven" part. Nice work... these two in particular.

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    first time posting an image here. this is from a test shoot last week. not sure if i want to retain the original color, or give it a more current treatment (flat toned b&w, modified technicolor, soft vintage yellowed).

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    Nice first Nikon thread post, David. I think this would look good either B/W or a vintage treatment. Give it a film noir look perhaps.

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    thanks

    i've been fiddling with both in photoshop for a few days. every time i think i've made a decision, i change my mind again. haha.

    i haven't nailed down the look for either model.
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    Give it a film noir look perhaps.
    quick stab at a little noir flavor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Like Steve says...

    And you do tell an intriguing story.
    Lloyd, thank you sir. Was just looking for cigarettes!

    But you don't smoke anymore. Right?

    Regards.

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    first time posting an image here. this is from a test shoot last week. not sure if i want to retain the original color, or give it a more current treatment (flat toned b&w, modified technicolor, soft vintage yellowed).
    Like Lloyd said, nice first post david. I was looking around for Sadra Dee!!

    Best.

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    Also new to the forum and first post - some great photos and photographers here.

    Santa Cruz coastline at sunset - D700 & 300mm f4 at f8 - pp in LR and Nik CEP Kodachrome filter - how I miss my Kodachrome!



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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corlan, thank you. Not too far from where you are.

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

    Drink? No, thank you.
    "Not too far"... Last one's in Strasbourg, i think. Famous establishment.
    Nice moment, composition and processing here. Best shot i've seen of the place!



    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    first time posting an image here. this is from a test shoot last week. not sure if i want to retain the original color, or give it a more current treatment (flat toned b&w, modified technicolor, soft vintage yellowed).
    David, great model and well thought out setup. Like the shot a lot.
    This is really super.


    If you don't mind me chiming in on your hesitation, my take is that most of your doubts re treatment could indeed be less related to actual global processing than to a slight issue re the magenta cast in the forearm & hand. No technical issues there, neither lighting or camera related, just good ol' blood in the veins. The bit of cast associated with the foregroung position and light orientation creates a "double contrast" resulting in a slight off-balance feel in both the color and B&W versions. No real way to deal with it than make-up... before or after the fact

    I strongly prefer the color, more consistent with your choice of model and shoot. Technicolor style.
    Again, great shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    David, great model and well thought out setup. Like the shot a lot.
    This is really super.


    If you don't mind me chiming in on your hesitation, my take is that most of your doubts re treatment could indeed be less related to actual global processing than to a slight issue re the magenta cast in the forearm & hand. No technical issues there, neither lighting or camera related, just good ol' blood in the veins. The bit of cast associated with the foregroung position and light orientation creates a "double contrast" resulting in a slight off-balance feel in both the color and B&W versions. No real way to deal with it than make-up... before or after the fact

    I strongly prefer the color, more consistent with your choice of model and shoot. Technicolor style.
    Again, great shot.
    thanks

    i've shot the model a few times, get's better every time. he's getting into photography himself, and i've sort of become a mentor. really good kid.

    i don't mind the fiddling with at all, i'm all for constructive suggestions. color correcting that arm was on my to do list...the technicolor treatment hid it a bit, but not enough (+yellow in the skin tone). i like what you've done with it...it definitely takes the attention away, and gets it on the way to technicolor...actually very similar what i had already but dialed down some. heh.

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    "Not too far"... Last one's in Strasbourg, i think. Famous establishment.
    Nice moment, composition and processing here. Best shot i've seen of the place!
    Corlan, thank you very much. Right you are sir.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, thank you sir. Was just looking for cigarettes!

    But you don't smoke anymore. Right?

    Regards.
    Nope. Finally quit. Tough enough to keep up with Mimi without smoking... impossible with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Also new to the forum and first post - some great photos and photographers here.

    Santa Cruz coastline at sunset - D700 & 300mm f4 at f8 - pp in LR and Nik CEP Kodachrome filter - how I miss my Kodachrome!



    Cheers,
    Another wonderful shot, Joe. Great warm color. (enjoyed your post on the Leica thread too.) Welcome to the Nikon thread. Hope you hang around!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Also new to the forum and first post - some great photos and photographers here.

    Santa Cruz coastline at sunset - D700 & 300mm f4 at f8 - pp in LR and Nik CEP Kodachrome filter - how I miss my Kodachrome!


    Cheers,
    For some reason it seems that i've missed this post when posting earlier... thanks to Lloyd i see it now.
    Absolutely brilliant! Love the captured dynamics and the two color zones.




    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    thanks

    i've shot the model a few times, get's better every time. he's getting into photography himself, and i've sort of become a mentor. really good kid.

    i don't mind the fiddling with at all, i'm all for constructive suggestions. color correcting that arm was on my to do list...the technicolor treatment hid it a bit, but not enough (+yellow in the skin tone). i like what you've done with it...it definitely takes the attention away, and gets it on the way to technicolor...actually very similar what i had already but dialed down some. heh.

    cheers
    Definitely a lot to do with that model.
    Especially with your skills.

    Was the previous photo taken in LV? Has more of a Brooklyn feel to it...
    (or LV is getting older faster than expected )

    Just kidding. Again, great setup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    quick stab at a little noir flavor

    Thats The "James Dean" Look! Like This One A Lot! Welcome Aboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Also new to the forum and first post - some great photos and photographers here.

    Santa Cruz coastline at sunset - D700 & 300mm f4 at f8 - pp in LR and Nik CEP Kodachrome filter - how I miss my Kodachrome!



    Cheers,
    "Smashing" Image! Welcome To The Forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thats The "James Dean" Look! Like This One A Lot! Welcome Aboard!
    +1 from me. I like this version alot.

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    Thanks again Lloyd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    For some reason it seems that i've missed this post when posting earlier... thanks to Lloyd i see it now.
    Absolutely brilliant! Love the captured dynamics and the two color zones.

    :
    Thanks Corlan - I chose the kodachrome filter because it really emphasized those complementary color zones - it's wonderful we have these tools today and don't have to pick one type of film to load in our cameras ;-)

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    Thanks for the warm welcome Steve

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    A friend invited me to go sailing in San Francisco Bay recently so I packed up the D700 and took the opportunity to take some photos of this very photogenic city

    This one with the 14-24mm f2.8 as we were passing under the GG bridge - I usually like my horizons straight but wanted to try a different perspective on the bridge since it's been photographed from every angle ;-)


    The City - taken with 70-200mm f2.8


    Kite boarding fun in the bay!


    Sailing Home - also with 70-200mm f2.8


    Thanks for looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Definitely a lot to do with that model.
    Especially with your skills.

    Was the previous photo taken in LV? Has more of a Brooklyn feel to it...
    (or LV is getting older faster than expected )

    Just kidding. Again, great setup!
    thanks. i do my best

    it was taken in vegas (which very well might be getting older faster than you thought. haha). at the studio i rent, there are AMAZING alleyways outside in the area. the owner has actually location scouted for a couple of the big fashion mags using those alleys. it's kinda-sorta downtown, in what we lovingly call "the arts district". 99% of people go down there to shoot the amazing graffiti...but it's so overdone, we avoided it like the plague. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thats The "James Dean" Look! Like This One A Lot! Welcome Aboard!
    YUSSS!!! that's what the model was aiming for. i think its his latest personal phase. haha.

    and thanks. glad to be here...seems like an awesome little corner of the interwebs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    A friend invited me to go sailing in San Francisco Bay recently so I packed up the D700 and took the opportunity to take some photos of this very photogenic city

    This one with the 14-24mm f2.8 as we were passing under the GG bridge - I usually like my horizons straight but wanted to try a different perspective on the bridge since it's been photographed from every angle ;-)


    Sailing Home - also with 70-200mm f2.8


    Thanks for looking.
    Joe, these are full on terrific! These two are my particular favorites. I'm an east coast guy, but I did a year of post-grad work in San Fran, and came to love the place.
    Last edited by Lloyd; 29th June 2011 at 19:28.

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    A little shameless PS playtime. I'm not sure why this image, but once I got started, I almost forgot what was the main subject. I think I'm looking for a method of getting the feeling of pastel colors. Not that easy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Also new to the forum and first post - some great photos and photographers here.

    Santa Cruz coastline at sunset - D700 & 300mm f4 at f8 - pp in LR and Nik CEP Kodachrome filter - how I miss my Kodachrome!



    Cheers,
    Joe, this is outstanding.

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    The City - taken with 70-200mm f2.8


    Kite boarding fun in the bay!



    Thanks for looking.
    Stunning Views & Set!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    A little shameless PS playtime. I'm not sure why this image, but once I got started, I almost forgot what was the main subject. I think I'm looking for a method of getting the feeling of pastel colors. Not that easy!



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    Tim, you've succeeded without overdoing it! Adorable shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    A friend invited me to go sailing in San Francisco Bay recently so I packed up the D700 and took the opportunity to take some photos of this very photogenic city

    This one with the 14-24mm f2.8 as we were passing under the GG bridge - I usually like my horizons straight but wanted to try a different perspective on the bridge since it's been photographed from every angle ;-)

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    Thanks for looking.
    This one is a real winner!!
    Creative and impactful at the same time, technically perfect on top of that.



    (...and, i'm usually keen on straight horizons, too...)

    Like the quite clean b&w city view, too.

    Not too found on the other two, but that's just me and the HDR treatment feel here




    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Tim, you've succeeded without overdoing it! Adorable shot!
    Tim, Steve is right. Truly adorable it is...

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    Tim, you've succeeded without overdoing it! Adorable shot!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Tim, Steve is right. Truly adorable it is...

    +1 +1. Well done Tim.

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    Thanks Gents. I think I've met my adorable quota for awhile. Back to more "manly" stuff. Like the finished/restored chimney on the barn (just to tie up loose ends).


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    Nicely done Tim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    A friend invited me to go sailing in San Francisco Bay recently so I packed up the D700 and took the opportunity to take some photos of this very photogenic city

    This one with the 14-24mm f2.8 as we were passing under the GG bridge - I usually like my horizons straight but wanted to try a different perspective on the bridge since it's been photographed from every angle ;-)
    Another excellent offering Joe.

    Regards.

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    still some retouching to do, obviously...but this is the final treatment i'm gonna go with. 99% sure. it's the one i keep coming back to. (and is much better without the magenta hand. haha)



    now off to the MF forum to post a few more images from the day.
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    EDIT: woops...double post
    Last edited by dmeckert; 30th June 2011 at 15:37.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I really like the framing here, and the focus on the object in the center. The somewhat distracted, oblique, out of focues inclusion of the men is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    still some retouching to do, obviously...but this is the final treatment i'm gonna go with. 99% sure. it's the one i keep coming back to. (and is much better without the magenta hand. haha)

    now off to the MF forum to post a few more images from the day.
    Yup. This one's a winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I really like the framing here, and the focus on the object in the center. The somewhat distracted, oblique, out of focues inclusion of the men is perfect.
    Morning Lloyd,

    Thanks pal. Weekend here. Sitting outside. Bit warm.

    Take care.

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    Very sweet photo - nicely done.

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    The picture of the kid smoker and the bridge appear on this page 5 times each...tedious, repetitive, and space wasting seeing the same images over and over...why does commenting on the pic require displaying an image that has already been viewed 4-5 times? I'm not criticizing the quality of these images (no offense intended to the photographers who took the pics)...just the quantity...visual overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    The picture of the kid smoker and the bridge appear on this page 5 times each...tedious, repetitive, and space wasting seeing the same images over and over...why does commenting on the pic require displaying an image that has already been viewed 4-5 times?

    Roy Benson
    Sometimes it's required for reference. Not always clear which image is being commented on otherwise. Some people don't visit as often as others, and when wishing to focus a comment on a particular image, there often isn't a ready way to do it without including the shot. BTW, the kid smoker appears as versions, as David was trying out different processing options and asking for feedback.

    The issue you raise is nonetheless legitimate, and has been raised any number of times before. It's actually doesn't occur as often as it did previously.

    Your point's well taken, but I suspect the practice will continue.
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    Yup. This one's a winner.
    thanks. was hoping that would be the consensus. (and even if its not, i'm pulling the artist card. lol)

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    This one is a real winner!!
    Creative and impactful at the same time, technically perfect on top of that.


    (...and, i'm usually keen on straight horizons, too...)
    Thanks! This is a shot where the D700 DR really helps - so easy to blow the white sails and I had to boost the underside of the bridge significantly as it was mostly dark shadow (and I wanted the details of the truss work visible).

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Like the quite clean b&w city view, too.
    Thanks - I spent waaaay too much time tweaking that one ;-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Not too found on the other two, but that's just me and the HDR treatment feel here
    Thanks for that - I do appreciate the honest feedback - pp for me is still a learning experience so still feeling my way through and trying to develop my own style - I figure I should have it nailed in 10 or 20 years

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Stunning Views & Set!!!
    Thanks Steve - I've enjoyed your postings as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Joe, this is outstanding.
    Thanks - much appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Joe, these are full on terrific! These two are my particular favorites. I'm an east coast guy, but I did a year of post-grad work in San Fran, and came to love the place.
    Glad you love this city too - it is a photographer's wonderland
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    A friend invited me to go sailing in San Francisco Bay recently so I packed up the D700 and took the opportunity to take some photos of this very photogenic city

    This one with the 14-24mm f2.8 as we were passing under the GG bridge - I usually like my horizons straight but wanted to try a different perspective on the bridge since it's been photographed from every angle ;-)

    The City - taken with 70-200mm f2.8

    Kite boarding fun in the bay!

    Sailing Home - also with 70-200mm f2.8

    Thanks for looking.
    These really sing. Great work

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    Sorry for not being here much lately. Lots of work, lots of visitors, lots of challenges of all kinds. But here's one from last weekend, caught at the race track of course

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 135mm and f/2.8


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    That one will warm the cockles of your heart for sure! Great portrait Jorgen. Beautiful in b/w.

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    +1 - nice! ;-)
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    David: no need to pull the card. I'll buy this one



    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I really like the framing here, and the focus on the object in the center. The somewhat distracted, oblique, out of focues inclusion of the men is perfect.
    +1 from me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Sorry for not being here much lately. Lots of work, lots of visitors, lots of challenges of all kinds. But here's one from last weekend, caught at the race track of course

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 135mm and f/2.8
    Beautiful portrait, clever title.
    What do they call such "eyepieces"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Very sweet photo - nicely done.

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    Thank you Joe.

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