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    Jorgen: Great series. I especially like the Fast Reflections shot. Don't often see those in races!

    Matto: Gorgeous, but gorgeous IR shot. Wow.

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    Very cool infra red you got going there Matto.

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    hey thanks that multiply works like a charm!!!

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    Very cool infra red you got going there Matto.

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    Corlan, simply excellent!!

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    Steve, wonderful!!

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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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    Matto, superb work!!

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    Thanks Rayyan.

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    thanks rayyan!!

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    love the processing!!!

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    love the processing!!!
    Matto, very grateful to you.

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    Great shot Rayyan!

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    corlan...those shots are awesome! they look so dimensional and lifelike. they really pop without looking fake.

    and i may have to look into that 105. i just sold my zeiss 100 (i refuse to manually focus on a dslr), but it gave that same sort of dimensionality. maybe its the lenses, maybe its just a focal length i like...who knows.

    and viablex...that's a fantastic portrait, and the neopan looks beautiful as well. the attitude is great, very authentic. i just shot some delta (3200 @ iso1000) in natural light, i'm hoping it comes out looking as good.
    --David

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    Great shot Rayyan!
    Steve, a very sincere thanks to you my good friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Daves: Out of my league! Great lighting, color, compositions and pp. The third is my favorite.
    thanks matt i thought i'd replied...but i think i might've gestured "back" on my mighty mouse and it lost the post...and then i didn't repost. heh. the third seems to be the consensus favorite. can't say i disagree. cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    David: interesting test with the globe. Always wandered how that would work myself, but was refrained by the size and cost of the equipment. Your georgeous portrait makes me want to investigate the DIY way...

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3.../DSC_2098e.jpg
    The series with the fitness model is brilliant, be it the editorial quality first two, the "Seal"/Africa one, the Cassius Clay (was he Ali at the time?) shot... Overall, i think my favorite is the one wth the hood, where ligthing, expression and composition simply sing together. But again, they're all brilliant.
    thanks corlan totally just saw this post, or i'd have chimed in earlier.

    the globe really grew on me once i saw the shots on the computer, and even more as i retouched that portrait (it's REALLY forgiving on skin...his skin was good to begin with, but some modifiers make the best skin look like beigh asphalt. haha). with modelst dodge and burn, it really takes on a painterly quality of light.

    it's totally worth the $30 or so to pick up a globe and a speed ring mount.

    and that shot seems to have struck a chord...it's my pick of the litter as well.
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    Happy Saturday to all. Before we head out for the weekend, here's one from opening day of pheasant season a few years back. Nikon F4s, 35-70/2.8, Velvia. The day nearly a wrap we were scanning corn rows sitting 3 across in my brother-in-law's F250, heading dead into the setting sun. I looked at the light and saw him blocking the sun from his eyes and leaned _way_ out the passenger window at 60mph to get this.
    Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

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    This is trippy. I assume it's IR(?)... love the softness of the light foliage to the right of the frames. Good work!
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    I like the color distribution and cropping in this. Nice!
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    Steve, I like the symmetry the arc in the chain creates, and the girl's arms/hands reaching up to intersect it. Also love the black n' white processing. Good choice.
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    Steve, I like the symmetry the arc in the chain creates, and the girl's arms/hands reaching up to intersect it. Also love the black n' white processing. Good choice.
    Thanks JB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Happy Saturday to all. Before we head out for the weekend, here's one from opening day of pheasant season a few years back. Nikon F4s, 35-70/2.8, Velvia. The day nearly a wrap we were scanning corn rows sitting 3 across in my brother-in-law's F250, heading dead into the setting sun. I looked at the light and saw him blocking the sun from his eyes and leaned _way_ out the passenger window at 60mph to get this.
    Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
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    You Can Feel The Blinding Warmth Of The Sun & Get A Sense Of The Journey You've Taken! Velvia Shines On This Composition! Excellent Shot JB!

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    Happy Saturday to all.





    Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
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    JB, superb in every way.!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    This is trippy. I assume it's IR(?)... love the softness of the light foliage to the right of the frames. Good work!

    yes thanks , love that velvia shot!!!!!

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    velvia has a reputation for dreadful skin tones...but it REALLY works in that shot. marvelous stuff.
    --David

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    Rayyan: Unmistakable to identify your signature when enjoying this one, thx for sharing!

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    Happy Saturday to all. Before we head out for the weekend, here's one from opening day of pheasant season a few years back. Nikon F4s, 35-70/2.8, Velvia. The day nearly a wrap we were scanning corn rows sitting 3 across in my brother-in-law's F250, heading dead into the setting sun. I looked at the light and saw him blocking the sun from his eyes and leaned _way_ out the passenger window at 60mph to get this.
    Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
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    John: Now, evidentially a picture can tell at least as much as a movie - great lighting, framing/composition and colors => great story! Truly love it - plus it gives me a thrill of anticipation regarding my forthcoming visit to CO and a few other states of the US.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: Unmistakable to identify your signature when enjoying this one, thx for sharing!
    Hermann, how you been?

    Thanks a lot for the encouragement.

    Take care.

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    Hermann, how you been?

    Thanks a lot for the encouragement.

    Take care.
    Rayyan: Been enjoying and admiring your pictures on the Leica thread, and Steve's and Matt's and and and ... And of course been a steady lurker here as well, although at present kept busy one way and another.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: Been enjoying and admiring your pictures on the Leica thread, and Steve's and Matt's and and and ... And of course been a steady lurker here as well, although at present kept busy one way and another.
    Thank you Hermann.

    Kindest regards.

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    Rayyan, You Sure Have Seen Some Of The Most Breathtaking Places & Captured Them Wonderfully!

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    Rayyan, You Sure Have Seen Some Of The Most Breathtaking Places & Captured Them Wonderfully!
    Thank you kindly my friend.

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    This is a great image. Superb light, mood and execution. Very well done.
    Ylem ...

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    Wow! This, and those about too... Amazing, Rayyan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    You Can Feel The Blinding Warmth Of The Sun & Get A Sense Of The Journey You've Taken! Velvia Shines On This Composition! Excellent Shot JB!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    JB, superb in every way.!!
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    yes thanks , love that velvia shot!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    velvia has a reputation for dreadful skin tones...but it REALLY works in that shot. marvelous stuff.
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    Rayyan: Unmistakable to identify your signature when enjoying this one, thx for sharing!

    John: Now, evidentially a picture can tell at least as much as a movie - great lighting, framing/composition and colors => great story! Truly love it - plus it gives me a thrill of anticipation regarding my forthcoming visit to CO and a few other states of the US.
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    This is a great image. Superb light, mood and execution. Very well done.
    Thanks everyone. This was one of my favorite images made with my first serious Nikon - the F4S (loved that camera), and one of the images that made me fall in love with Velvia. I caught David Hobby's & Joe McNally's Flash Bus Tour here in Denver and one of the things Joe said that really stuck with me was, "if you want a perfect histogram, you may as well just show a gray card... the drama's at the extreme end of things." It was nice to hear someone else validate something I'd been thinking for a while - but seems to go against "conventional wisdom." Same applies for Velvia and skin tones. I've heard the horror stories about dreadful skin tones and even seen them myself. But sometimes, somehow, some way on occasion with the right application, it seems to work. Many thanks.-
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    Dude!... sweet, sweet image. Love the subtle pinks and purples there. Just spectacular.
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    Wow! This, and those about too... Amazing, Rayyan.
    Lloyd, thank you very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Dude!... sweet, sweet image. Love the subtle pinks and purples there. Just spectacular.
    JB, much appreciated sir.

    Grateful to you both.

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    Rayyan: Wonderfully captured morning mood, very subtle lighting and color palette.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    New England Patriots Training Camp

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    D3, 300VR 2.8

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    Steve: That's a great set and it perfectly documents the dynamics of that sport, truly impressing! Love all of them, but my absolute favorites are
    # 1 !, 2 !, 5, 6 ! & 9.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Steve: That's a great set and it perfectly documents the dynamics of that sport, truly impressing! Love all of them, but my absolute favorites are
    # 1 !, 2 !, 5, 6 ! & 9.
    Thanks Very Much Hermann!!!

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    Rayyan: Wonderfully captured morning mood, very subtle lighting and color palette.
    Hermann, much appreciated. Thank you.

    Regards.

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    Steve-These are really good... it's always interesting to see the players out of the "arena" context and more eye-to-eye. The players feel more human somehow... like the shots of Brady interacting with the coaches. The images are very human and approachable. Well done.
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    Steve, a magnificent set; worthy of S. Illustrated.

    But this is Exceedingly superb!!

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    Steve, a magnificent set; worthy of S. Illustrated.

    But this is Exceedingly superb!!
    +1 on this... the tats on the arm make it even more interesting.
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    Here's an environmental portrait from this weekend. This is Jerry and he runs the general merc up by my in-laws cabin near Estes Park, Colorado. Very interesting and soft spoken gentleman. I was curious about his cash register and he enjoyed telling me all he knew about it. Nikon F6, 28-70/2.8 and Kodak Portra 160.
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    Steve-These are really good... it's always interesting to see the players out of the "arena" context and more eye-to-eye. The players feel more human somehow... like the shots of Brady interacting with the coaches. The images are very human and approachable. Well done.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, a magnificent set; worthy of S. Illustrated.

    But this is Exceedingly superb!!
    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    +1 on this... the tats on the arm make it even more interesting.
    John & Rayyan, Most Appreciated!

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    Here's an environmental portrait from this weekend. This is Jerry and he runs the general merc up by my in-laws cabin near Estes Park, Colorado. Very interesting and soft spoken gentleman. I was curious about his cash register and he enjoyed telling me all he knew about it. Nikon F6, 28-70/2.8 and Kodak Portra 160.
    Great detail,lines,light & serious expression on Jerry! Even the dollar bill next to the old fashion register ties in nicely with the entire wholesome environment! A wonderful throwback feeling of simpler days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Great detail,lines,light & serious expression on Jerry! Even the dollar bill next to the old fashion register ties in nicely with the entire wholesome environment! A wonderful throwback feeling of simpler days!
    Thanks Steve. I especially liked his pad next to his cash register... when we bought some waters, he scribbled something down on the pad and said, "Two dollars." My son is holding an SB-900 with diffusion dome, connected by the SC-29 cord, to my right. I think he was a little tense... he erupted into a nice smile after this image was made ;-).
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