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    Great shot, Steve. Love the reflection in those glasses.

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    Going through my winter images, I came across a few more unseasonal shots.
    Hope you don't mind...


    I don't mind a bit, Arne. And it's been so hot here the last few days, a little cooling off, even visually welcome. I especially like this shot.

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    We've been in a monsoonal pattern around here. Clear most mornings, and cloudy, with thundershowers in the afternoon and even. Night before last, I looked out and saw something I'd never seen before, a pink rainbow.

    D3s, 28-70/2.8, ISO 2000



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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;333928]We've been in a monsoonal pattern around here. Clear most mornings, and cloudy, with thundershowers in the afternoon and even. Night before last, I looked out and saw something I'd never seen before, a pink rainbow.



    Thanks Loyd! Glad you looked out, really cool (if that's the appropriate word ) rainbow!

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    Steve, you are smoking with that ais thing my friend!! Love the conversion.

    p.s i got to find my spinach!!
    Uggggg! Thanks Rayyan!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great shot, Steve. Love the reflection in those glasses.
    Thank You lloyd!
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    I don't mind a bit, Arne. And it's been so hot here the last few days, a little cooling off, even visually welcome. I especially like this shot.
    Plus 1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    We've been in a monsoonal pattern around here. Clear most mornings, and cloudy, with thundershowers in the afternoon and even. Night before last, I looked out and saw something I'd never seen before, a pink rainbow.

    D3s, 28-70/2.8, ISO 2000


    Otherworldly Awesome Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    Going through my winter images, I came across a few more unseasonal shots.
    Hope you don't mind...


    Wonderful set Arne.

    If Lloyd thinks it is hot where he is, we are broast!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    We've been in a monsoonal pattern around here. Clear most mornings, and cloudy, with thundershowers in the afternoon and even. Night before last, I looked out and saw something I'd never seen before, a pink rainbow.

    D3s, 28-70/2.8, ISO 2000


    Now now Lloyd, own up. Let us know the secret paint tsoftware you are using to produce the magical images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Otherworldly Awesome Lloyd!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Now now Lloyd, own up. Let us know the secret paint tsoftware you are using to produce the magical images.
    Thank you both, gentlemen.

    And as for "owning up", I would, were I guilty. No one was more surprised to see this than was I. Total shocker. Honest Injun.
    Last edited by Lloyd; 13th July 2011 at 14:52.

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    Sail Boston...


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    Lovely, Steve
    I don't care what gear I have.
    Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Sail Boston...

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    Whoa! One of your best ever, Steve!! Ok. Now I'm officially homesick!

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    Great shot Steve and brilliant PP!

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    Sail Boston...

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    Steve: Wonderful lighting mood, composition and conversion; thx for sharing!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Lovely, Steve
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Whoa! One of your best ever, Steve!! Ok. Now I'm officially homesick!
    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    Great shot Steve and brilliant PP!
    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Steve: Wonderful lighting mood, composition and conversion; thx for sharing!
    Gracious Thanks My Friend's!!! Lloyd...Come Home...For A Little While Anyway!

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    Sail Boston...

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    Steve, super duper!!

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    Steve, super duper!!
    Thank You Rayyan!

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    Steve - love the feel and tone of this great mono image. It looks like an old classic image I might have shot in the 70-80's on Tri-X and I mean that in the most flattering fashion....very nice indeed! Don

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    Those are extraordinary image, Don. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonWeston View Post
    Steve - love the feel and tone of this great mono image. It looks like an old classic image I might have shot in the 70-80's on Tri-X and I mean that in the most flattering fashion....very nice indeed! Don
    Thanks Very Much Don!

    3 Spectacular Images In Every Regard!!!

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    Have No Fear, Momma Is Here...


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    Those are extraordinary image, Don. Thanks for sharing.
    Don, +1.simply superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Steve, For me such simple photos arethe best captures one can make. And you make them wonderfully.

    p.s Imagine the world is at an end. A person can take only one photo with him/her.
    Which one do you think they would choose?

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    A few days on the road and so many -truly- marvelous shots filling these pages... will need some time to catch up

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, For me such simple photos arethe best captures one can make. And you make them wonderfully.

    p.s Imagine the world is at an end. A person can take only one photo with him/her.
    Which one do you think they would choose?
    Much Obliged My Friend!!!
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    A few days on the road and so many -truly- marvelous shots filling these pages... will need some time to catch up
    C, Nice To See You Buddy!

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    Have No Fear, Momma Is Here...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, For me such simple photos arethe best captures one can make. And you make them wonderfully.

    p.s Imagine the world is at an end. A person can take only one photo with him/her.
    Which one do you think they would choose?
    Huge +1, Cuz. One of your very best.

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    Ok. I'll get punched if someone (I bet you can guess who) finds out I posted these. Mimi's been looking for a new job, and had a couple of interviews this past week. She has a friend who does wardrobe and image consulting, who helped her choose the outfits she wore to the interviews. The friend asked for some pictures for her blog, so I took these in the backyard a couple of days ago, right after Mimi got home from an interview. The background isn't the greatest, but I'm kinda fond of the subject.

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII:

    Big octabox to her right, and a bare strobe to the left and behind her.







    (She doesn't like that last one, btw. Says she looks "like a poser". )

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    Huge +1, Cuz. One of your very best.
    Thanks A Lot Lloyd!

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    Ok. I'll get punched if someone (I bet you can guess who) finds out I posted these. Mimi's been looking for a new job, and had a couple of interviews this past week. She has a friend who does wardrobe and image consulting, who helped her choose the outfits she wore to the interviews. The friend asked for some pictures for her blog, so I took these in the backyard a couple of days ago, right after Mimi got home from an interview. The background isn't the greatest, but I'm kinda fond of the subject.

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII:

    Big octabox to her right, and a bare strobe to the left and behind her.






    (She doesn't like that last one, btw. Says she looks "like a poser". )
    Show Stopping,Drop Dead Gorgeous My Brotha!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Ok. I'll get punched if someone (I bet you can guess who) finds out I posted these. Mimi's been looking for a new job, and had a couple of interviews this past week. She has a friend who does wardrobe and image consulting, who helped her choose the outfits she wore to the interviews. The friend asked for some pictures for her blog, so I took these in the backyard a couple of days ago, right after Mimi got home from an interview. The background isn't the greatest, but I'm kinda fond of the subject.

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII:

    Big octabox to her right, and a bare strobe to the left and behind her.



    Lloyd, all I shall say is you are a very very very very lucky man.

    And to her our warmest regards.

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    great shots...and i promise i won't tell lol

    i actually don't mind the background one bit, since the colors are harmonious. the foliage and fence are like more intense versions of the dress and skin.

    best of luck to her on the job too!
    --David

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    (...one week late... hence the page # references...)


    -pages 57 & 58-


    Tim: love the girls shot through the windshield. Reflections and colors give a very tridimensional look.


    John: great stuff as always. Digital or Analog. Another proof that it's all about the photographer...
    The Rifle Presentation is quite impressive.


    Matt: bears from the vault are getting better and better. Definitely book material. Love them both... the second one is close to perfection (maybe slightly less yellowish greens for the background?).
    They're truly awesome.


    Hermann: though i understand -and admire- the geometric intricacy and complexity of "In Between", i just love the astonishing weird elegance of "City Lights" -including the "grey bag".
    Those would make great exhibit pieces once printed huge. Everyday life snaps, or not.

    Btw, interesting hiatus between the two series, Matt's and yours. One of the perks of such forums i guess. Especially this one.


    Rayyan: Women back from the fields is an amazing photo. As usual with your work it's respectful and authentic... on top of being technically superlative.
    This one shot in particular.




    -page 59-


    Steve: the Golden Apollo set is absolutely gorgeous. All could be favorites (3-4-5 in particular?), but the first one's so cute that i can't take my eyes off it. Seriously.
    (btw, i thought you were pretty much exclusively into old companions... is it "yours"?)

    Wizard Lizard all good too.. but again that first one is stupendiferous!!
    (as is #4)

    "Lost at sea" is excellent. You really make this 105 sing.


    David: love the set, and again nice model. FWIW, i think that the one you posted here is my fav...


    Matto: Haunting indeed!


    John: Provia looks great all the way. The firefighters are just spot on.



    -pages 60 & 61-


    Steve: i don't get "Don't Even Go There...". Please elaborate.


    More seriously: Sail Boston is pure magic.
    Hope you'll soon have "large prints for sail".

    And yes, Momma's Here is among your best. But there's so many...

    I must say you've really been on a roll lately, bro!


    Arne: lovely work as usual. Great light, great colors, greats dynamic range, great composition and details. Unseasonal perhaps, but certainly a joy to behold.


    Don: great shots. Love the composition on the sculpture. Half Dome simply has an Ansel Adams quality to it.


    Lloyd: Spartan Race is an impressive event. Looks like the kind of things you'd love to do, but actually don't.
    A day well documented by your set. Jump over Fire is extremely well captured. Mud Pit makes you realize that, hm, maybe not so fun after all.
    Is it "mens sana"? "Corpore sano"? Maybe both... or neither.

    There's something seriously wrong with your porch view. The more shots you show from there, the more it sounds like a (mind blowing) hyperspace portal of some kind. Incredible colors.

    Not sure i have anything original to say about Mimi's last set, the guys said it all. "Gorgeous", "lucky"... definitely. And i do agree with David re the background -couldn't find better words there either.
    Sincerely it's splendid, the outfit, the model, the photos. Best of luck hunting for the new job!
    (though i'd bet it shouldn't be too much of a problem)

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    ...





    Guys...






    Guys, seeerrriously.














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    A very big thank you.

    Excellent. Good you were gender specific here!!

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    Corlan, My Sincerest Thanks Mon Frere! Apollo Is My Friend's Dog.

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    What A Gorgeous Mug! Love This!!!

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    Rayyan, it's So Hot & Muggy In Boston & That Looks So Invitingly Refreshing!
    Superb Shot!

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    "Small,But I Know"


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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Show Stopping,Drop Dead Gorgeous My Brotha!!!!!!!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd, all I shall say is you are a very very very very lucky man.

    And to her our warmest regards.
    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    great shots...and i promise i won't tell lol

    i actually don't mind the background one bit, since the colors are harmonious. the foliage and fence are like more intense versions of the dress and skin.

    best of luck to her on the job too!
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    Not sure i have anything original to say about Mimi's last set, the guys said it all. "Gorgeous", "lucky"... definitely. And i do agree with David re the background -couldn't find better words there either.
    Sincerely it's splendid, the outfit, the model, the photos. Best of luck hunting for the new job!
    (though i'd bet it shouldn't be too much of a problem)
    Thank you all, Gentlemen. Very much appreciated. And yes, you are correct, Rayyan, I am, in more ways than you can imagine, a very, very, very, very lucky man. True story!

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    Corlan: Yes, seriously indeed!

    Rayyan: I agree with Steve, the cold blue looks very refreshing and inviting. Beautiful image. The water in the foreground seems to go on forever.

    Steve: That kids got the right idea. Nicely seen and captured.

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    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Small,But I Know"

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    Steve, another gem of a capture.

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    Rayyan, it's So Hot & Muggy In Boston & That Looks So Invitingly Refreshing!
    Superb Shot!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    Rayyan: I agree with Steve, the cold blue looks very refreshing and inviting. Beautiful image. The water in the foreground seems to go on forever.
    Steve, Lloyd..thank you guys. Its HHOOTT here, but not muggy or humid.

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    Steve Rayyan Lloyd thanks


    Steve: exceptional fountain shot. Great eye, perfect composition!


    Rayyan: love the views from the fjords. Outstanding processing... last one is great, but the first photo posted with the infinite seascape makes you want dive, and swim, even against nature -these waters are probably more for Matt's bears than us mere humans. Electric blue colors are fantastic.

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    Rayyan, Corlan Thanks A Lot!

    Rayyan, Another Wonderful Landscape Shot!

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    Rayyan & Corlan: thank you very much for comments and feedback, much appreciated!

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    LLoyd, those shots of your lovely wife goes right to the heart.
    Technically, in spite of numerous flashes, the light looks perfectly natural, well done!

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    David: love the set, and again nice model. FWIW, i think that the one you posted here is my fav...

    thanks

    and i think i agree with you. haha.
    Last edited by dmeckert; 16th July 2011 at 15:50.
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