Conrad, congrats on the new Bazooka lens! Nice moon image!
Excited By The 4th..
D700, 105 1.8 ais
Nice one Steve. She doesn't seem all that impressed. I confess that I'm especially fond of conversions (like this one) that forgo the "grain" so often used. And, solid velvety blacks. Nice!
Thanks Tim. It's good to mix it up a bit!
The last set is also quite nice. Lots to photograph in DC. I especially like the composition in "Changing..".
Teenage grizzlies in the Khutzeymateen. Newly discovered, or, reprocessed. Not sure which?
1. D3; 500mm f/4; 1/800s @ f/4; ISO 1250
2. D3; 500mm f/4; 1/800s @ f/4; ISO 900
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Bears, balloons, and honor guards...over and over ...puhleeze! Fine pictures, but repetition dulls...and wearing out my scrolling finger.
Since there's no risk, that they are repeated to death right now , two from the Munich underground:
D 700, AF-S 24/1.4G @ f/4.5 & ISO 2000
D 700, AF-S 24/1.4G @ f4.5 & ISO 2000
Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
Best regards - Hermann
Very cool shots, Hermann.
Hermann: very fine color and composition...so I will refrain, for a while, from using my scrolling finger...these pics will stick in my mind's eye for quite a spell.
Hermann, Both Dynamic,Colorful, Well Seen & Shot! Sehr Gut!!!
Hermann, Lovely colors,Beautiful German design.
Well seen and captured!!
And the eye of the cub on the second one is what I like the most... it's cool to see these powerful, awesome creatures in a playful state - always revealing. That 500 is doing well for you. Well done.
Best regards - Hermann
I don't care what gear I have.
Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105
Here's a little fun. Not art.
At a 4th of July party, the new bride (married 2 days prior) decided to don her wedding dress and make a grand entrance (and a statement to all her redneck friends) to a field where the group was shooting skeet. She arrived on the riding mower, Budweiser in hand, and proceeded to break some clay pigeons in her gown.
These three bears were amazing. The third one was always nearby; but not into the same roughhousing as these two. I no longer have the 500mm. it was a 'bear' to handhold in a zodiac; but, the IQ was worth it. I've got more folders to go through.