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    i have a new shot to share, from the other day...

    entirely lacking in pretty girl factor, my apologies. lol.

    but i've been meaning to test out my not-so-proglobes/ghettoglobes (10" and 12" frosted acryic globes, meant to emulate the $700 profoto proglobe), and keep forgetting. after my shoot the other day i saw them and told the model to get against a clean wall, and got the camera back out to try the stupid things.

    looking on the back of the camera, i was like "meh...i hate this thing". but on the computer, with a little tweaking of the white balance and contrast...the globe might be pretty high on my favorite modifiers list. it has an interesting look about it...something about the way it fills in its own shadows, and describes volume. this is the 12" one, relatively close to the model...maybe 3 feet, pointed at the ceiling, so its indirect, and there's fill from an 8ft ceiling. definitely warrants further investigation. i bought an AB/balcar mount insert to epoxy to the thing if i end up liking it a lot in one size or the other.



    technical info: d300, 28-70/2.8 @ 28mm f/5.6. einstein 640 w/ globe @ 1/64 power. white balance, contrast, black point, and vibration/saturation adjusted in lightroom.
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    ... and for this week's trip into the wilderness. A 3 day, 11 mile +/- trip back to T-Lake and T-Lake Falls in the Adirondacks. The trail was 'abandoned' about 5 years or so ago, after (since 1998) 5 people have died back there. My son and I decided to make the trip.

    The warnings:




    The trails:






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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post


    technical info: d300, 28-70/2.8 @ 28mm f/5.6. einstein 640 w/ globe @ 1/64 power. white balance, contrast, black point, and vibration/saturation adjusted in lightroom.
    Uniquely Cool, David!
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    Beautiful Color & Comp CN!

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    D3, ZF 35, 1.4

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    There's quicksand out there - I KNOW! Balancing my camera equipment on my chest while laying back in the watery grass and pulling myself out - Fun times!




    A small falls along the way.




    View from the top of T-Lake Falls - 300 ft. high



    I did not make it to the bottom of the Falls - not enough rope with me. Next time!!!

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    A couple of residents of the area.



    Waiting down below the waterline for breakfast!


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    Some of the interesting growth.






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    And in Memorium:

    Memorial plaque and newspaper articles of people who have died at the falls - RIP

    Last edited by CNovick; 16th July 2011 at 18:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    The most striking feature of this thread is the sheer variety of excellent images beeing posted. Far too many for me to comment on individually since my last post, but I really must congratulate Lloyd on his last series, just outstanding!

    Overdue (to put it mildly) here is the last installment of unseasonal images, the last one more recent to bring it up to date
    2


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    Arne-I'll second the excellence and variety comments above. You guys are all just too good. Pleasure to view your work. No.2 and 3 just bring peace on this warm, humid night. Thanks for posting to remind me of what awaits in a few short months (not that I'm in a hurry for summer to end at all). Nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    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". )
    Lloyd-there are just beautiful. I love the light, the outfit, the pose, the facial expressions... they scream "hire me! I'm cute!" The backdrop is the only demerit in my eye, and even it's good. You're a lucky guy, and she's a lucky gal. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    i have a new shot to share, from the other day...

    entirely lacking in pretty girl factor, my apologies. lol.

    but i've been meaning to test out my not-so-proglobes/ghettoglobes (10" and 12" frosted acryic globes, meant to emulate the $700 profoto proglobe), and keep forgetting. after my shoot the other day i saw them and told the model to get against a clean wall, and got the camera back out to try the stupid things.

    looking on the back of the camera, i was like "meh...i hate this thing". but on the computer, with a little tweaking of the white balance and contrast...the globe might be pretty high on my favorite modifiers list. it has an interesting look about it...something about the way it fills in its own shadows, and describes volume. this is the 12" one, relatively close to the model...maybe 3 feet, pointed at the ceiling, so its indirect, and there's fill from an 8ft ceiling. definitely warrants further investigation. i bought an AB/balcar mount insert to epoxy to the thing if i end up liking it a lot in one size or the other.



    technical info: d300, 28-70/2.8 @ 28mm f/5.6. einstein 640 w/ globe @ 1/64 power. white balance, contrast, black point, and vibration/saturation adjusted in lightroom.
    David-I love the vintage look of this... I'd say get that glue gun out and start heating this modifier up. It's a winner. Nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    (...one week late... hence the page # references...)
    -pages 57 & 58-
    John: great stuff as always. Digital or Analog. Another proof that it's all about the photographer...
    The Rifle Presentation is quite impressive.

    -page 59-
    John: Provia looks great all the way. The firefighters are just spot on.
    Corlan, thanks for taking the time for such well thought comments on mine and everyone elses work. As always it's much appreciated.
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    Here are a few from the local Harry Potter ho-down at the local cinema.




    Went old school reportage on this with the F6, Tri-X and on-camera SB-800.
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    Steve: There was nothing under my pillow the next morning? So, I went down and got my own Leica "surprises"
    Steve: "Bluto"? that was 33 yrs. ago! You're not that old? Good look, shades, title, and photo.
    Arne: That last photo with all of its flaws () is very cool.
    Lloyd: I've never seen a pink rainbow. Thanks for sharing.
    Steve: Great "Sail Boston"! Filmic in the best sense.
    Don: Beautiful. unique, photo of "Lower Antelope"
    Steve: Yeah, and "she's going to get you if you don't stop!". Cool framing and pp.
    Lloyd: "Show Stopping,Drop Dead Gorgeous My Brotha!!!!!!!!!!! " (1)
    Corlan: Thank you sir. I have a bit of trouble with color consistency from photo to photo.
    Corlan: You couldn't have actually photographed that giraffe?? That's so cool!
    Rayyan: Northern Norway; cold blue water; somehow meditative.
    Steve: But does he know where his parents are? Great timing and composition. Could have used a fountain like this here. I think it got up to 69 deg. f, the other day!
    Rayyan: An unreal, but appropriate, cobalt blue. Nice, again.
    David: Interesting portrait. I'm enjoying the tech info you throw in with the photos.
    CNovick: All nice, but, the last is my favorite of your T-Lake photos. Great greens.
    Steve: "When you're a Jet..."
    CNovick: Thanks for sharing your hike. The "Falls" looks like a good place to get in trouble.
    John: We went to Harry Potter today. No one was dressed like this! #1 is my favorite. Excellent pp and neat presentation.
    (1) Steve, Post # 3029

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    "Just, going in for a dip".

    D3, 300mm f/4 w/TC-14E; 1/400s @ f/4; ISO 900


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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    Some of the interesting growth.





    Beautiful Color & Comps CN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Here are a few from the local Harry Potter ho-down at the local cinema.



    Went old school reportage on this with the F6, Tri-X and on-camera SB-800.
    Excellent Potter Reportage & Set JB! Dropped My Daughter Off At Midnight To See This....Oy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Just, going in for a dip".

    D3, 300mm f/4 w/TC-14E; 1/400s @ f/4; ISO 900


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    Matt, Im Looking At My Framed & "Matted" Bear Shot On My Wall & Thinking Man, Can't Even Imagine Being Out There Shooting These Amazing Animals! This Grab Is So Freaken Awesome! What A Magnificent Series!!! Deserves A Gallery Exhibit!

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    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.
    D700, 105, 1.8 ais

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Rayyan, Another Wonderful Landscape Shot!

    Add my vote here. Amazing blues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Just, going in for a dip".

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    Matt, thank you. This is a wonderful capture pal. Crystal clear waters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D700, 105, 1.8 ais
    Steve, I want to go sailing. Beautiful weather, wonderful calm seas, people
    having a good time.

    Well captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Add my vote here. Amazing blues.
    Lloyd, thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, I want to go sailing. Beautiful weather, wonderful calm seas, people
    having a good time.

    Well captured.
    Thanks Rayyan.

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    rayyan - Great color & detail!

    Conrad

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    rayyan - Great color & detail!

    Conrad
    Very much appreciated Conrad.

    Thank you and best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Superb subject placement,color & sharpness Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Superb subject placement,color & sharpness Rayyan!
    Steve,

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, Im Looking At My Framed & "Matted" Bear Shot On My Wall & Thinking Man, Can't Even Imagine Being Out There Shooting These Amazing Animals! This Grab Is So Freaken Awesome! What A Magnificent Series!!! Deserves A Gallery Exhibit!
    Steve: Thanks, my friend! I can imagine you out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    1.

    D700, 105, 1.8 ais
    Steve: Looks like a great day out on the water. This is great with the backdrop of the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, thank you. This is a wonderful capture pal. Crystal clear waters.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Superb subject placement,color & sharpness Rayyan!
    Rayyan: Thanks. +1! to what Steve and Conrad said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    (...)

    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.

    (...)
    Corlan: Thanks a lot for your interest, the kind comment and encouragement! And BTW: You're right, indeed it looks great printed on Harman Baryta (16'' x 24'') with plain, gallery grade matt & frame, that snap .

    And I also agree with your statement regarding the range of pictures shared here, though I probably wouldn't label it a "hiatus" but a remarkable, sometimes astonishing variety. See also your funny and, as usual, technically perfect capture of the giraffe . ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thanks, my friend! I can imagine you out there.


    Steve: Looks like a great day out on the water. This is great with the backdrop of the city.

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    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    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!
    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Lloyd-there are just beautiful. I love the light, the outfit, the pose, the facial expressions... they scream "hire me! I'm cute!" The backdrop is the only demerit in my eye, and even it's good. You're a lucky guy, and she's a lucky gal. Well done.
    Arne, John, you kind assessments are most appreciated. Thank you gentlemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    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.
    +1 from me. That cobalt water is really impressive. I can feel the chill clear through the screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    i have a new shot to share, from the other day...

    entirely lacking in pretty girl factor, my apologies. lol.

    but i've been meaning to test out my not-so-proglobes/ghettoglobes (10" and 12" frosted acryic globes, meant to emulate the $700 profoto proglobe), and keep forgetting. after my shoot the other day i saw them and told the model to get against a clean wall, and got the camera back out to try the stupid things.

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    technical info: d300, 28-70/2.8 @ 28mm f/5.6. einstein 640 w/ globe @ 1/64 power. white balance, contrast, black point, and vibration/saturation adjusted in lightroom.

    Funny how that works... I've look at many shots on the camera's screen, and hated them, only to find that I like them when processed. Unfortunately, the opposite's been true all too often as well.

    Interesting to see your results with the globe. I've been tempted to try them, but haven't yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    And in Memorium:

    Memorial plaque and newspaper articles of people who have died at the falls - RIP

    Very interesting series, Conrad. Nice shots, and I'm glad you two came out unscathed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Here are a few from the local Harry Potter ho-down at the local cinema.
    Went old school reportage on this with the F6, Tri-X and on-camera SB-800.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Excellent Potter Reportage & Set JB! Dropped My Daughter Off At Midnight To See This....Oy!

    Cool shots, John. Old school works especially well here.

    Midnight show? Would be a waste of $$ for me. I'd be asleep before the opening credits rolled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "Just, going in for a dip".

    D3, 300mm f/4 w/TC-14E; 1/400s @ f/4; ISO 900

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    Amazing creature. That bare forehead is fascinating to me. Great shot, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    2.

    D700, 105, 1.8 ais
    Oy! Again with the making me homesick!! Great shots, Steve. Especially that second one for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    A work of art, of a work of art and an artist at work. Very nice indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A work of art, of a work of art and an artist at work. Very nice indeed.
    Lloyd, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNovick View Post
    ... and for this week's trip into the wilderness. A 3 day, 11 mile +/- trip back to T-Lake and T-Lake Falls in the Adirondacks. The trail was 'abandoned' about 5 years or so ago, after (since 1998) 5 people have died back there. My son and I decided to make the trip.

    The trails:


    Conrad, a beautiful set of pictures that bring us along with you. The freshness
    can be smelt and felt.

    So can the trecherous trails. Be careful up there pal!!

    Excellent captures.

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    Oy! Again with the making me homesick!! Great shots, Steve. Especially that second one for me.
    Lloyd, There's An APB out on in the Boston Globe! Thanks!

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    "Tommy Chong", Looking For "Cheech Marin"..


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Arne-I'll second the excellence and variety comments above. You guys are all just too good. Pleasure to view your work. No.2 and 3 just bring peace on this warm, humid night. Thanks for posting to remind me of what awaits in a few short months (not that I'm in a hurry for summer to end at all). Nice work.
    Thank you John, (sorry for the late reply, but I'm on vacation) and I quite agree wrt. the summer, I love it, perhaps because it is so short hereabouts...
    Nice HarryP shots, and very appropriate in B&W. Ah- Tri-X and HC-110, those were the days...

    Matt, thank you, hope you liked it in spite of the faults...

    Sometimes winter can be just plain delightful..
    (This will be the last of my unseasonal images, I promise..)



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    Arne: wonderful pics!

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    Plus 1 from me, Arne. Gorgeous. Makes the long cold look inviting.

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    Great catch, Steve. Well seen.

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    Great catch, Steve. Well seen.
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