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    Sharp & Colorful Rayyan...The Picture Too!

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    Steve, the blsck and white images are very good, the one showing just the knees and hands, with the levis, is very powerful. I think it is a favorite for sure. Joe

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    Haruki 2 by peterb666, on Flickr

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    It is time for me to say goodbye to beautiful Bali and its people and culture.

    Other places beckon!!

    Thank you for being with me on this trip.


    Bye for now.

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    Steve, the blsck and white images are very good, the one showing just the knees and hands, with the levis, is very powerful. I think it is a favorite for sure. Joe
    Thanks Joe!

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    Peter, Beautiful Cat & Composition!

    Rayyan, Thanks For Taking Us To Bali With You & A Fitting Image For Good Bye!

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    Have not posted any images in a way long time so thought I would throw a few into the ring.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Been out of town for a few days. Great to be back, and especially to see so many wonderful images here.

    Doug: Nice shots of the Hotties.
    Rayyan, loved you entire Bali series. Terrific work!
    Steve: Your work just gets better and better (how is that even possible?), the street stuff with the 85 is just... well... amazing!
    Peter: Love the shot of the cat.
    Grady: Glad you've joined us. Keep 'em coming!
    Rob: You've been missed!!! Great shots of Ft. Morgan. Hope you'll be back often... with more of your amazing work.

    Hope I haven't missed anyone. If I did, I liked what you posted too.

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    Rob, 2 Excellent images with nice processing!

    Lloyd, thanks Buddy!

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    Grady: Glad you've joined us. Keep 'em coming!

    Hey, you forgot to put my name in bold print!




    J/K

    Good to be aboard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GradyPhilpott View Post
    Hey, you forgot to put my name in bold print!




    J/K

    Good to be aboard!
    It's just 'cause you shine all on your own. GRADY!

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    Lloyd, Steve thanks for the comments mates! Unfortunately just been too busy lately to participate much these days, sorry. But its great to see all of the other work others are posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Have not posted any images in a way long time so thought I would throw a few into the ring.

    Thanks for looking.

    Rob

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    damn you get a lot out of that sensor!!!

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    damn you get a lot out of that sensor!!!
    Many thanks Matt, but if its any consolation I work the stew out of these things & none of it comes easy. Its not uncommon to spend a couple of hours or more on one file. "And you're gonna do it 'till you get right" it's the old S&M tango we got going on up here in the hinterlands.

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    "Bruin" In Steam...


    D700, 85G

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    It is time for me to say goodbye to beautiful Bali and its people and culture.

    Other places beckon!!

    Thank you for being with me on this trip.


    Bye for now.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Thanks For Taking Us To Bali With You ...
    Rayyan: Great big +1 to that what Steve said. A wonderful journey you shared with us thanks to your just as wonderful pictures, thanks a lot!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Fixable...


    D700, 85G
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Faces Of Wisdom...

    1.

    D700, 85G
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D700, 85G
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Bruin" In Steam...


    D700, 85G
    Steve: A great catch from the streets one more time! (Particularly love the gaze of the child in the middle on the third picture, priceless!) But first and foremost you really have the knack for the apt PP, and that's by far more than simply SEP!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Steve: A great catch from the streets one more time! (Particularly love the gaze of the child in the middle on the third picture, priceless!) But first and foremost you really have the knack for the apt PP, and that's by far more than simply SEP!
    Much Appreciated Hermann!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We went to a fishing village. Off the beaten track. My kind of ' action ', my kind of people. I forgot the heat and the humidity.

    I'm with you Rayyan. Definitely more my kind, too... (even though it's still spmehow "on the beach, showing ware" ). Wonderful capture.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    But I thought the shadows here were nice:

    D3s, 50mm f1.4G @ f1.4, 1/640, ISO 200:
    Great light on this one, Lloyd.
    For sure deserving to find a new, cosy home.

    Looking forward to seeing a lot of shots with your D3S... and to hear about your thoughts about the plus of the new fancy beast vs. the good ol' workhorse.



    Quote Originally Posted by jsf View Post
    Las Vegas is the nexus of the world. The guy says nothing, pushes buy me, and I am aware and unaware, clearly I am not of interest . Single lens reflex, single mind reflex, I thought something was going to happen. I couldn't see anything, maybe like tectonics it happens underneath, out of sight. I read the news and maybe it was on at 11, Fox and unbalanced, but I missed the instant replay, Or maybe it was nothing at all, an artifact, just a thigh high specular high-light, I live in a mysterious world, mostly because I am super unaware in a hyper aware state. Like a close focused lens, sharp here great bokeh there, but there is where most everybody else is. Joe
    Joe- love the shot and all the more with the narrative. Your sharp and inventive writing fits perfectly with your slightly eccentric visual appoach.

    (btw text here could very well be random thoughts of an Auster character)



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    Pretty cool engine for sure, Steven. Nice grab!


    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB666 View Post

    Haruki 2 by peterb666, on Flickr
    Essence of the Black Cat here...



    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    It is time for me to say goodbye to beautiful Bali and its people and culture.

    Other places beckon!!

    Thank you for being with me on this trip.


    Bye for now.
    Rayyan, last but not least of a spectacular series. You've spent your waiting time alone (? ) well, and gave us a lot to behold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    This was a group shoot, the setting was not prepared well, not like it was supposed to be, lighting was horrible. Oh well, at least my expectations were not to high going in.

    Too bad you had to struggle with bad light... the one above could have turned out quite good


    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Have not posted any images in a way long time so thought I would throw a few into the ring.

    Thanks for looking.

    Rob

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    Nice to see more of your work again, Rob.
    The light and level of detail are pretty amazing!


    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Bruin" In Steam...


    D700, 85G
    Hey Steve you forgot to mention which film you were using here.
    Work of a Master! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    "Bruin" In Steam...

    D700, 85G
    Terrific shot, Steve. Has a very timeless and film-like quality to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
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    Great light on this one, Lloyd.
    For sure deserving to find a new, cosy home.

    Looking forward to seeing a lot of shots with your D3S... and to hear about your thoughts about the plus of the new fancy beast vs. the good ol' workhorse.
    Thanks Corlan. So far, I'm very impressed with the D3s. I was expecting a little better quality at high ISO, and that's certainly true. I shot an event this past weekend where shooting at ISO 4000 was routine, and the shots came out wonderfully noise free. However, I'd have to say that I'm even more impressed with the overall image quality. I think the D3 is amazing, and this is just a notch above that. Took me a while to get a the menu settings dialed the way I like them, but now I'm loving it.

    Also, I almost never shoot jpg, but at one time during this event found myself running out of CF card space, and didn't have any spares with me, so I switched to JPG "Normal", knowing that the shots would be used either online, or printed no larger than 5x7, and wow, I was really impressed with the color accuracy and the overall quality. I did have to tweak a little in Lightroom, but I was shooting in bright sun, and on snow, so I had to up the exposure about another third to half a stop. Otherwise, it was fantastic.

    I also think the auto focus is even a little better (and faster), if that's possible. The D3 was great, but I think there is an incremental improvement with the D3s.

    Hope to have a few shots from the weekend to post soon. Right now I've got a couple thousand to process.

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    Hi Lloyd. Interesting report.

    Confirms what my short trial of the D3s let me make out. Though it was only base ISO shots (my main interest), so i could mainly detect a slight improvement in terms of DR compared to the D700 (with the last FW of course), and maybe a little more pop. Which placed the "S" body well in line IQ wise between the D700/D3 and D3X.

    High ISO is a totally different story for sure, and there it seems to shine and even kick ***, all guns blazing. I recently had the opportunity to look at a couple of files from Vincent Munier @100K ISO or so (with the 600mm IIRC), wow. Not my personal line of work, but quite impressive.

    Good point about the jpeg. Most of us are so obsessed about being able to recover the last particle of IQ out of our shots that we easily forget how terrific is the EXPEED processing. After all, how many times are we a bit disappointed when opening a RAW version compared to the in camera display (including when zooming in on the LCD), feeling like having to start all over with the processing.
    Which is normal since it's the nature of "RAW"... but still, in good lighting conditions where the WB fine adjustments are not as critical (and you can still make some drastic ones on jpegs in LR/ACR) and with good exposure where 2-stop recovery is not needed (which never happens in my way of shooting anyway), shooting jpeg delivers very good results and saves you a lot of time at the processing stage. I still shoot RAW, but really contemplate to occasionnally switch to a casual jpeg mode for relaxed occasions.
    Looking back quickly at older files, here's two jpeg out of the camera from the early D700 days, p&s style:




    Of course, RAW is always "best practice" and on the safe side of things. But in camera jpeg is fast, light and convenient from time to time.
    Especially, as you underline, when final use is not large prints, catalogs or subject to uprezing / highly detailed crops...

    Hope your 2000 shots processing session will bear great results

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    Been in Panasonic land for a while. Lots of lovely shots here, particularly Rayyan's Bali experience and Steve's b&w's.

    Attended a press conference today. More pizza, this time with the Asian Formula Renault Champion 2010, one of the team members.

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/3.2



    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/3.2



    Awful stage lighting there. Multi-coloured LEDs that kept changing.
    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Awful stage lighting there. Multi-coloured LEDs that kept changing.
    Try Auto Color, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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    good to hear about your D3s LLoyd!!


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    Corlan & Lloyd, Thanks Guys!

    Corlan, 2 Superb jpg's!

    Jorgen, Nice captures of the race car driver!

    Matt....Crazy,Cool Macro!

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    Many thanks Matt, but if its any consolation I work the stew out of these things & none of it comes easy. Its not uncommon to spend a couple of hours or more on one file. "And you're gonna do it 'till you get right" it's the old S&M tango we got going on up here in the hinterlands.
    definitely worth it a lot of subtlety in those files even downsized!!


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    Very kewl macros, Matto. Love the upside down reflection in that last one.

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    Very kewl macros, Matto. Love the upside down reflection in that last one.
    Agreed! Reminds of the 50's sci-fi movie, "The Incredible Shrinking Man".

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Sharp & Colorful Rayyan...The Picture Too!
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    Rayyan, Thanks For Taking Us To Bali With You & A Fitting Image For Good Bye!
    Steve, a very big thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Been out of town for a few days. Great to be back, and especially to see so many wonderful images here.


    Rayyan, loved you entire Bali series. Terrific work!

    Lloyd, thank you sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    Rayyan: Great big +1 to that what Steve said. A wonderful journey you shared with us thanks to your just as wonderful pictures, thanks a lot!
    Hermann, grateful to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    I'm with you Rayyan. Definitely more my kind, too... (even though it's still spmehow "on the beach, showing ware" ). Wonderful capture.

    Rayyan, last but not least of a spectacular series. You've spent your waiting time alone (? ) well, and gave us a lot to behold
    Corlan. Glad to have you back. Big thanks.

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    Steve, Masterful. I wish I had taken this one.

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    Back home.

    Permit me a few non-nikon captures.

    Mount Kilimanjaro from the air..


    From the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro by Ayesha..


    At the summit..5895 meters..


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    Steve, Masterful. I wish I had taken this one.
    Thank You Rayyan!

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    definitely worth it a lot of subtlety in those files even downsized!!

    Too Cool!

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    Back home.

    Permit me a few non-nikon captures.

    Mount Kilimanjaro from the air..


    From the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro by Ayesha..


    At the summit..5895 meters..

    Wow! Top Of The World! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Back home.

    Permit me a few non-nikon captures.

    Mount Kilimanjaro from the air..


    From the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro by Ayesha..

    At the summit..5895 meters..
    Rayyan: WOW Very impressive, thanks for sharing!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: WOW Very impressive, thanks for sharing!
    Impressive indeed. And big congratulations to Ayesha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: WOW Very impressive, thanks for sharing!
    +1

    Kewl, very kewl
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    Wow! Top Of The World! Excellent!
    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: WOW Very impressive, thanks for sharing!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Impressive indeed. And big congratulations to Ayesha!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    +1

    Kewl, very kewl
    Mr. Steve, Hermann, Lloyd, Jorgen..
    Gentlemen, I feel honored. I am grateful to you all for the kind words.
    Thank you.

    Deepest respect.
    Ayesha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Wow! Top Of The World! Excellent!
    +1 wow wowow!!!!!!!!!

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    New here, just thought I'd share a few of my fairly recent Nikon shots..


    Wraped in Red - Julia by PeteTsai, on Flickr


    Beautiful Julia by PeteTsai, on Flickr


    Cool Lake View by PeteTsai, on Flickr


    Chicago at Dusk by PeteTsai, on Flickr

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    Still trying to catch up. I had nearly 2000 images to process from this past weekend's event. About 2/3rds finished.

    One from the weekend. From a Kid's Snowboot race (the oldest here is 10 or 11). BTW, the girl in the red seriously trounced them. She was fast!

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Still trying to catch up. I had nearly 2000 images to process from this past weekend's event. About 2/3rds finished.

    One from the weekend. From a Kid's Snowboot race (the oldest here is 10 or 11). BTW, the girl in the red seriously trounced them. She was fast!

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII
    man the colors pop!!! she is flying!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Still trying to catch up. I had nearly 2000 images to process from this past weekend's event. About 2/3rds finished.

    One from the weekend. From a Kid's Snowboot race (the oldest here is 10 or 11). BTW, the girl in the red seriously trounced them. She was fast!

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII
    Lloyd: Great dynamics, ambition and fun (!) here, very well captured!
    BTW - out of curiosity: What distance did they run?
    Best regards - Hermann

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    +1 wow wowow!!!!!!!!!
    viablex1, than you sir.

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    One from the weekend. From a Kid's Snowboot race (the oldest here is 10 or 11). BTW, the girl in the red seriously trounced them. She was fast!
    Lloyd, the excitement and the sheer determination is written all over the faces.
    Excellent capture my friend.

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    re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Tanah-Lot Temple..One of the most sacred Temples in Bali. The first Hindu Temple on the island.

    Most magazine photos show the Temple at sunset. I am told a magnificent sight. It must be.

    Only it is way too crowded and impossible to get through to the Temple at that time.

    So just as documentation, here it is, in the worst possible morning light!!


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