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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Not much time to post here lately, and the Nikon gear only sees the light at the races, since I use m4/3 for most other work. Not much light at the last race though, with ten hours in the rain the first day. The D300 and 80-200 AF-S are waterproof for sure, the D80 is not

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm, f/10 and 1/320s
    I hope the Honda was waterproof too! Nice catch, and great stamina on your part, Jorgen.

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    been awhile, so time for more sports pics--from the weekend

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    Welcome back, Bob. You've been missed! Great shots. Love the light in these.

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    Lovely tennis shots, Fulton. Weather seems nicer than here

    Thanks, Lloyd. No, those cars are not waterproof. Water is getting in everywhere, but it's very hot in there, so a little extra cooling is probably ok.
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    Corlan,
    the weather was a bit dreary (except for Grandfather Mountain) so I decided to do this set as pseudo-HDR to inject a little pizzaz into them.
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    Matt, Every One Put A Smile On My Face! Great Sequence & Cast!
    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    + 1, very humorous and enjoyable photographs. Well done. Rob
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    Great visual storytelling. (Not to mention, great shots.)
    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: +1, +2, +3, love your new (to us) bear pictures and narrative!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve:...
    Matt: Lefty is majestic and powerful. And what a story. Love the look in his eyes in that last shot...
    P.S. nice rework of the family's favorite strip
    Funny enough, wife called this morning (vacation at her parents') saying a new frame is coming for the print -first one was a bit loose.
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    Bearly made it over that log! Sorry ...
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    "I think I'm going to get out of here. Every bear for himself!"
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    Matt: Lovely serial shooting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D700, 105 1.8 ais
    Steve: Excellent dynamically balanced composition! Good eye.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Actually, it took some patience (30 min?), and some climbing, and my best Rayyan style soft voiced skills to "tame" her (?) and get some interest. The shot below documents that session's climax (iow the moment she was the most intrigued... and i almost had my 105mmm crunched)
    - wouldn't try that with Lefty, tho...
    Corlan: Giraffes look so funny, one assumes they're good natured. This one looks slightly inebriated. They eat 75 ibs. of veggies daily (heard it on the radio). The closeup head shot gives an unusual perspective to the animal as well as anthropomorphizing it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Not much time to post here lately, and the Nikon gear only sees the light at the races, since I use m4/3 for most other work. Not much light at the last race though, with ten hours in the rain the first day. The D300 and 80-200 AF-S are waterproof for sure, the D80 is not
    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm, f/10 and 1/320s
    Jorgen: Nice movement and spray off the wheels.

    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    been awhile, so time for more sports pics--from the weekend

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    Bob: +1 to what Lloyd and Jorgen said. My favorites are the 1st (body geometry, racket over the face, and the low position of the incoming ball) and 3rd (racket, her, ball, and hand are in great positions; intensity). BTW: did she miss the shot in the last photo? Her eyes and racket position looks like it's going by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    been awhile, so time for more sports pics--from the weekend



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    All Superb Bob! Love The Form, Muscle & Power Of This 1!

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    MHC, You Made A Star Out Of An Orange! Gorgeous!

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    Matt, Thanks!

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    Great catch, Steve. Decisive moment here for sure.
    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Bob, indeed nice to see your awesome sports shots back. They're all super...
    Maria Yuryevna is absolutely georgeous, love the high-end classy look and the pure energy you've rendered in this capture.


    Jorgen: quite wet indeed. Sounds like... here!


    Chung: always liked your minimalist work. The orange here is no exception.
    On a sidenote, some time ago i stumbled upon one of your shots, with a story. The one from Shibuya that was auctionned... beautiful, and thoughtful. Bravo.


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    Small gig, open doors week-end at a large traditional milk & cheese farm in the area, in fact the only one left of its kind for hundreds of miles, and a family affair since the 19th century.
    Delicious products, wonderful people.

    Here the son explains to an audience the ins and outs of the business, and how a few years back he quit his city job as a CFO to take over the farm with his wife (sister and brother followed afterwards).





    Understandably, it was such a joy, and relief to the "queen mother" of the estate to see her children back. They could have sold the huge property for millions, but chose to stay and live the life they've always known. Simple, sometimes arduous, but "so gratifying"...





    Lady insisted on posing near the WWII area grapes basket she was using as a child, and for decades... they did know how to craft things that'd last then, hey?
    (oh, and no yearly maintenance plan attached)




    Despite the relatively remote location, they got close to a 1000 visitors over the week-end. They did prepare and have an extra batch of products to sell for the occasion, all but gone in couple of hours... they could have easily sold 10 times that.


    (tech note: jpegs from print files incl. printer's dedicated color profiles, so sharpening and colors might seem a bit off on screen)



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    Corlan, thanks for you encouragement, though I can't recall the shibuya photo you mentioned.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Bob, indeed nice to see your awesome sports shots back. They're all super...
    Maria Yuryevna is absolutely georgeous, love the high-end classy look and the pure energy you've rendered in this capture.


    Jorgen: quite wet indeed. Sounds like... here!


    Chung: always liked your minimalist work. The orange here is no exception.
    On a sidenote, some time ago i stumbled upon one of your shots, with a story. The one from Shibuya that was auctionned... beautiful, and thoughtful. Bravo.


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    shtarka1, thanks.

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    MHC, You Made A Star Out Of An Orange! Gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    MHC, You Made A Star Out Of An Orange! Gorgeous!
    That really is nice, Chung. I enjoy your images very much.
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    Very good, Corlan. What lens did you use?
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    twas my good'ol faithful 105 VR, Jorgen. (seems like Nikon never got it really wrong with their various renditions/generations of that FL)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Small gig, open doors week-end at a large traditional milk & cheese farm in the area, in fact the only one left of its kind for hundreds of miles, and a family affair since the 19th century.
    Delicious products, wonderful people.

    Here the son explains to an audience the ins and outs of the business, and how a few years back he quit his city job as a CFO to take over the farm with his wife (sister and brother followed afterwards).

    Understandably, it was such a joy, and relief to the "queen mother" of the estate to see her children back. They could have sold the huge property for millions, but chose to stay and live the life they've always known. Simple, sometimes arduous, but "so gratifying"...


    Lady insisted on posing near the WWII area grapes basket she was using as a child, and for decades... they did know how to craft things that'd last then, hey?
    (oh, and no yearly maintenance plan attached)

    Despite the relatively remote location, they got close to a 1000 visitors over the week-end. They did prepare and have an extra batch of products to sell for the occasion, all but gone in couple of hours... they could have easily sold 10 times that.


    (tech note: jpegs from print files incl. printer's dedicated color profiles, so sharpening and colors might seem a bit off on screen)



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    Sounds like a very interesting weekend, Corlan. Not to mention that you came away with some wonderful portraits. And good for them, keeping the family farm going. So many have sold out to corporate interests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Sounds like a very interesting weekend, Corlan. Not to mention that you came away with some wonderful portraits. And good for them, keeping the family farm going. So many have sold out to corporate interests.
    Simple Is Always Better. Excellent IQ & Shots Corlan!

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    thanks all for the comments...it is nice to be able to share. these pics probably will never see the light of day other than here. the ones that i took that ran are pretty mundane in comparison.

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    Nice, but I agree. Those you posted are better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Small gig, open doors week-end at a large traditional milk & cheese farm in the area, in fact the only one left of its kind for hundreds of miles, and a family affair since the 19th century.
    Delicious products, wonderful people.

    Here the son explains to an audience the ins and outs of the business, and how a few years back he quit his city job as a CFO to take over the farm with his wife (sister and brother followed afterwards).





    Understandably, it was such a joy, and relief to the "queen mother" of the estate to see her children back. They could have sold the huge property for millions, but chose to stay and live the life they've always known. Simple, sometimes arduous, but "so gratifying"...





    Lady insisted on posing near the WWII area grapes basket she was using as a child, and for decades... they did know how to craft things that'd last then, hey?
    (oh, and no yearly maintenance plan attached)




    Despite the relatively remote location, they got close to a 1000 visitors over the week-end. They did prepare and have an extra batch of products to sell for the occasion, all but gone in couple of hours... they could have easily sold 10 times that.


    (tech note: jpegs from print files incl. printer's dedicated color profiles, so sharpening and colors might seem a bit off on screen)



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    Corlan, I like these - especially the second one - straight on of the woman in purple. There's something unpretentious about it, the way she's squared into the camera and smiling small. After reading your description it all fits... the image matches the atmosphere you presented. I like the square treatment, too. Very nice set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    been awhile, so time for more sports pics--from the weekend

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    Bob-these are some of the best tennis shot's I've seen. You were able to get some good angles and moments of action, and the light is nice, too. These are great. Well done.
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    Hi Gang, been away again and hoping to get caught up. Here are a few from a day in Leadville (Colorado) back in May. As usual, all with the F6 - this time on Portra 160VC shot at ISO100. It's the first time I've shot VC and though pleased with the day's set, not terribly sad to see it go... I've been shooting the new Portra since and am thrilled with everything about it - 160 and 400. I suppose, after looking at these images, I have a thing for happy colors... ;-). Good thing the F6 meter is so good.

    Old Tractor in Leadville, CO.

    Old Tractor in Leadville, CO.

    and this one's from Gold Hill, Colorado

    this one's from State Line, Wyoming
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    Yes, you do, John. And I like it. Very nice.

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    Jb, Intense Color & Excellent Shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Old Tractor in Leadville, CO.
    Very cool

    And I suffer from F6 envy
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    The Kid's Are Alright


    D700, 105 1.8 ais

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    Quite the chain gang, Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    As usual, all with the F6 - this time on Portra 160VC shot at ISO100. It's the first time I've shot VC and though pleased with the day's set, not terribly sad to see it go...
    This film really does have a different look, nicely done batch of pictures!

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    All Superb Bob! Love The Form, Muscle & Power Of This 1!
    What Steve said, yep this is easily the pick of the litter.

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    Quite the chain gang, Steve.
    Thanks Bro!

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    Not much to contribute lately, way too busy. This from last night in the garden just before pitch black dark. Focusing in this low light can be a big tricky.

    Thanks for looking.

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    nice stuff a lot more in this photograph than I would ever think!!! dammm!!!


    some F5 action with neopan 1600


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    Lloyd, Steve, John, thanks.
    (and Rayan too -i missed the comments on the previous page)


    John: golden hour and colors. I'm not versed in the new Portra compared characteristics, but these sure look good to me.
    Btw, how many times a day do you stop on your road trips? You sure seem to travel by a lot of back roads with interesting places. Used to that years ago myself -though probably not to that extent.


    Steve: following Lloyd's perfect line, quite the "Chain Gang" it is.
    Impressive... and well seen, captured and processed!


    Matto: very nice addition to the "boxing" series. Tim won't like it (), but i'm a sucker for that 1600 ISO noise. But not only, the photo is just excellent, one of the best in the set.

    And you're right, didn't see Rob's garden flowers the first time: they super nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    nice stuff a lot more in this photograph than I would ever think!!! dammm!!!


    some F5 action with neopan 1600


    janet2 by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Matto: very nice addition to the "boxing" series. Tim won't like it (), but i'm a sucker for that 1600 ISO noise. But not only, the photo is just excellent, one of the best in the set.
    Speaking of dammmm!! This is freaking awesome, Matto. I disagree with Corlan on one point... I think it is in fact the best of the series. And it is a great series!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yes, you do, John. And I like it. Very nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jb, Intense Color & Excellent Shooting!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Very cool

    And I suffer from F6 envy
    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    This film really does have a different look, nicely done batch of pictures!

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    John: golden hour and colors. I'm not versed in the new Portra compared characteristics, but these sure look good to me.
    Btw, how many times a day do you stop on your road trips? You sure seem to travel by a lot of back roads with interesting places. Used to that years ago myself -though probably not to that extent.
    Thanks guys.
    Corlan, it takes me forever to get anywhere. I stop A LOT...but I love to drive, and love to take back roads everywhere I go, looking for something interesting. I'm putting together a road trip in September to Washington's Olympic Peninsula and half the fun of it is planning the route. I appreciate the comments.
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    some F5 action with neopan 1600
    This is great... love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    nice stuff a lot more in this photograph than I would ever think!!! dammm!!!


    some F5 action with neopan 1600


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    Another wet pan

    D80 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 46mm, f/9.0 and 1/30s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Another wet pan

    D80 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 46mm, f/9.0 and 1/30s

    man thats nice!!!!

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    One of your best pans for sure, Jorgen.
    Selective blur, reflections... very impressive.

    (now you just have to work even slightly harder on the dynamic 2D composition... i know, it's so easy with panning )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Another wet pan
    Very slick, Jogen, literally!

    Matt, yet another excellent image in the series.

    One from earlier in the summer, not totally convinced this is a keeper though.

    Thanks for looking.

    D3/24 PC-E
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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Very slick, Jogen, literally!

    Matt, yet another excellent image in the series.

    One from earlier in the summer, not totally convinced this is a keeper though.

    Thanks for looking.

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    I really like that shot, Rob. A keeper in my view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Another wet pan

    D80 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 46mm, f/9.0 and 1/30s

    One of your best, Jorgen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Very slick, Jogen, literally!

    Matt, yet another excellent image in the series.

    One from earlier in the summer, not totally convinced this is a keeper though.

    Thanks for looking.

    D3/24 PC-E
    I don't know pretty darn good Rob, wonder how you got all that sublety off of that sensor??

    lol

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    Jorgen, Outstanding!

    Rob, Gorgeous View,Processing & Shot!

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    Lloyd, Matt, Steve many thanks, appreciate the comments.

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    One from earlier in the summer, not totally convinced this is a keeper though.

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    Looks like a keeper to me - great shot!

    I'm expecting this same lens tomorrow - hope I can do as well with it ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ... i know, it's so easy with panning )
    ... not to speak about standing and walking in mud, wearing a tent of a raincoat, with relative humidity of a million percent and temperatures well above 30 degrees C for ten hours. Still, it's great fun (or at least, that's what I'm trying to convince myself)

    Thank you all for your kind words. Here are a few more.

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 50mm and 1/80s



    D80 with Nikkor 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and 1/200s



    D80 with Nikkor 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and 1/200s

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