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    Conrad: Nicely done. Beautiful place.
    Dave: Good ones, and nice model for sure. I also enjoyed the shots of her on the MF forum.
    Tim: Flat gorgeous!

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    This photo was taken last December during the travel to Tokyo. This was the best angle I could get from the small and locked window of the hotel room. Hope you'll like it.

    It was very said to me during the earthquake, tsunami and the nuclear accident in March, because Japan is one of my favorite place to travel. And now, Japan is recovering.

    I've taken many photos from Japan and maybe will open a new thread for it.

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    D7000 and 80-400 VR go to the zoo... (SF Zoo)





















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    Great shots at the zoo, Jan. Stunning color as well.

    MHC: Love the tone of that b/w shot. Very kewl.

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    Thanks, Lloyd!!!

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    Dave: Good ones, and nice model for sure. I also enjoyed the shots of her on the MF forum.
    Thanks Lloyd.

    She was a pleasure to work with. Very professional.

    Not sure how I feel about the mamiya rig...still in the dreaded learning curve :/
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    My wife and I took one of our neighbors and her kids up in the canyon last week for a quick shoot. These are all pretty much straight out of the camera.

    All with the D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII combo. Fill flash via Ranger Quadra on the last two, reflector on the first shot.






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    fantastic shots lloyd.

    first one's definitely my favorite. i'm in a shallow DOF state of mind these days. everything just falls into place, for me, on that one.
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    Great zoo shots, Jan.

    Easy to see who took those portraits, Lloyd. Great work as usual.

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    Love this one

    More photos from Japan? Yes, please!

    Quote Originally Posted by MHC View Post
    This photo was taken last December during the travel to Tokyo. This was the best angle I could get from the small and locked window of the hotel room. Hope you'll like it.

    It was very said to me during the earthquake, tsunami and the nuclear accident in March, because Japan is one of my favorite place to travel. And now, Japan is recovering.

    I've taken many photos from Japan and maybe will open a new thread for it.

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    Little Sandy Falls in The Forks, ME.

    I need to work on my image processing a little more.

    D3s, ISO 100, 24-70 at 50mm, f/18, 3 second exposure

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    Flooding in Bangkok yesterday.

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    Wonderful shots Lloyd! I really like the luminescent, glowy quality to the light you set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My wife and I took one of our neighbors and her kids up in the canyon last week for a quick shoot. These are all pretty much straight out of the camera.

    Beautifully done Lloyd! Especially that first shot. Very natural feeling light. The others are also well done, but there's something about the woman' outfit that seems odd in that setting. Maybe the boots? Still, you can't be held responsible for that. Very nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Flooding in Bangkok yesterday.
    Jørgen: Great PJ and furthermore a superb composition!

    Lloyd: Nicely done autumnal portraits, very romantic looking, particularly the first one.

    MHC: A budding start for a series of Japan captures, hopefully to follow!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My wife and I took one of our neighbors and her kids up in the canyon last week for a quick shoot. These are all pretty much straight out of the camera.

    All with the D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII combo. Fill flash via Ranger Quadra on the last two, reflector on the first shot.
    Lloyd: Excellent! This is my favorite: pose, expression, color, and framing. :thumb up:

    Tim, just doesn't realize that these boots are 'De Rigueur' for for a Utah sportswoman.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Very Hot, Bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MHC View Post
    This photo was taken last December during the travel to Tokyo. This was the best angle I could get from the small and locked window of the hotel room. Hope you'll like it.

    It was very said to me during the earthquake, tsunami and the nuclear accident in March, because Japan is one of my favorite place to travel. And now, Japan is recovering.

    I've taken many photos from Japan and maybe will open a new thread for it.

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    Fantastic!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Brittenson View Post
    D7000 and 80-400 VR go to the zoo... (SF Zoo)







    Jan, All Beautiful! These 2 are my Favorites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Flooding in Bangkok yesterday.

    D300 with 70-300 ED @ 70mm and f/5.6

    The somber positioning of the head's facing down speaks volumes of the terrible situation. Fine image Jorgen.

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    Tim[/QUOTE]
    Stunning,vibrant color & comp Tim!

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    Thanks Steve! All that color is disappearing. Too bad.

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    49 Fantastic Photographers and Me


    Yes it happens so quickly.
    Ten days ago I photographed these leaves from a climbing plant from the grape family (lat. Parthenocissus), don't know its English name.
    Today most of the leaves are gone.
    Oh well, five months and spring is here - "can’t wait" as we use to say
    I wish I had some blue sky in my picture like you have, Tim, your picture is very beautiful.



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    Thank you Steen! Your shot is great too! I love the deep red and the lacework of the veins. Good to remember these warm rich colors when we enter the cold and grey season ahead.

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    and while we are at it: urban fall



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    Lloyd..lovely portraits, lovely subjects, superb lighting.

    Jorgen, excellent composition and PJ of a not easy time for the country.

    Steen, brilliant autumn colors. I wish we had those colors here. Or just the greens!!

    Excellent work guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    and while we are at it: urban fall
    Steen: Like the subliminal impact of both autumnal pictures, but particularly mood and composition of #2.

    Rayyan: Nice, you're back! Hope the card issue could be fixed after all und you enjoyed your journey nevertheless!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    Rayyan: Nice, you're back! Hope the card issue could be fixed after all und you enjoyed your journey nevertheless!
    Hermann, nice to be back. The D700 is with Nikon and may take a loong time to be back.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Brittenson View Post
    D7000 and 80-400 VR go to the zoo... (SF )

    Jan: Nice shots. I keep forgetting that there's a Zoo a few blocks from my house in Seattle. This will precipitate a visit. Also, any photo of a Meerkat is a good photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Flooding in Bangkok yesterday.

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    Jorgen: Great shot! Just like Venice. Stay safe and dry.

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    Thank you for your kind words, all of you. Still somewhat humid here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thank you for your kind words, all of you. Still somewhat humid here.
    Jørgen: Again great PJ and again superb composition; but best of all the message: as horrible as the circumstances are, those children and as well the man in the BG apparently haven't forgotten how to laugh - admirable in every way!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Jorgen, the ' sea train ' is an excellent PJ capture. The ability of the Thais to be able to smile in the face of adversity is to be admired.

    Stay safe.

    Regards.

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    so...i picked up a d700 today. along with an 85/1.8 and 80-200/2.8, and sb600, from a local photographer switching back to film.

    was just fiddling 'round in the kitchen after getting home, showing dad the new toys. these are a couple snaps of him, at ISO 6400, under warm fluorescent kitchen lighting (i think he was checking out the sb600, which he has spoken for, on his d2x). both with the 80-200, incidentally. thought they were kinda cool with a little tweaking in LR.





    my plan is to see if FF is gonna do it for me with regards to a dimensional look to images, and then possibly flip the kit. or keep it, sell the MFD kit, and pick up a d800 when it arrives next year.
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    Very nice Daves! Congrats on the new kit. I have a feeling you're going to like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice Daves! Congrats on the new kit. I have a feeling you're going to like it.
    thanks, Lloyd.

    i have the same feeling. the decision is, will it or the MFD earn its permanent place in the ol' gear bag. can't keep it all, sadly.

    the viewfinder is great, and it feels ever so slightly snappier than the d300 in operation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    fantastic shots lloyd.

    first one's definitely my favorite. i'm in a shallow DOF state of mind these days. everything just falls into place, for me, on that one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post

    Easy to see who took those portraits, Lloyd. Great work as usual.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Brittenson View Post
    Wonderful shots Lloyd! I really like the luminescent, glowy quality to the light you set up.
    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Beautifully done Lloyd! Especially that first shot. Very natural feeling light. The others are also well done, but there's something about the woman' outfit that seems odd in that setting. Maybe the boots? Still, you can't be held responsible for that. Very nice work!

    Tim
    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Lloyd: Nicely done autumnal portraits, very romantic looking, particularly the first one.
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Excellent! This is my favorite: pose, expression, color, and framing. :thumb up:

    Tim, just doesn't realize that these boots are 'De Rigueur' for for a Utah sportswoman.

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    Very Hot, Bro!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd..lovely portraits, lovely subjects, superb lighting.
    Thank you all... very much appreciated. Yes Tim, I thought the boots were a little out of place, but the mother thinks herself quite the fashion maven, so what's guy gonna do? :roll eyes:

    Rayyan, great to see you back, my friend. Hope you had a great trip, the issues with the camera notwithstanding.

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    Jorgen: Great shots of the flooding, very much a "life goes on" look. Hard to imagine living with that for so long.

    Tim: Stunning fall color, and fall hunting shots.

    Steen: Beautiful autumn images. Love the light!

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    Headed out to the coast with the D7000 and 80-400 VR today...










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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Also, any photo of a Meerkat is a good photo!
    Couldn't agree more!

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    Tim, Nice Food for thought Shot!

    Dave,congrats on a great new set up!

    Jan, Stunning Comps!!!

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    Gorgeous Tokyo view, Chung.

    Love your canyon model shots, Lloyd. Like you said: “These are all pretty …” (admittedly not the full quote)

    Beautiful falls in The Forks, Bryan

    Jorgen, you really nail the admirable resilience and adaptability of the Thai people in this serious situation. Take care.

    I like your portraits in the sparse light and the deep shadows with your new kit, Daves.

    And Jan, those late afternoon and sunset bird shots are soo beautiful. Awesome lightings. Beside being a photographer, are you also a birder ?

    And lots of thanks to Tim, Rayyan, Hermann, and Lloyd for the kind words on my autumn lightings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Brittenson View Post
    Headed out to the coast with the D7000 and 80-400 VR today...
    Terrific shots Jan. I especially like the first two. Wonderful light!

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    I personally think a photo of dead wildlife in a hunter's hands are wait out of place here. We appreciate photographing their majesty, and spirit, and grandness alive. Not their cold and lifeless corpse, sent their by some hunter that has to have his kill. That said, I know deer are becoming to plentiful in some ares, and I guess controls must be established for population. However, seeing it at a photography forum to me is over the line. For me that's not fun, it's just sickening.

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    Nice

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    I've found the ideal city car for Bangkok. This from the ring motorway around the City of Angels today, road number 9 at Tanyaburi.

    D300 with Nikkor 300mm f/4.0 AF @ f/4.0



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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    I personally think a photo of dead wildlife in a hunter's hands are wait out of place here. We appreciate photographing their majesty, and spirit, and grandness alive. Not their cold and lifeless corpse, sent their by some hunter that has to have his kill. That said, I know deer are becoming to plentiful in some ares, and I guess controls must be established for population. However, seeing it at a photography forum to me is over the line. For me that's not fun, it's just sickening.
    I've asked the moderator to remove the offending photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    I personally think a photo of dead wildlife in a hunter's hands are wait out of place here. We appreciate photographing their majesty, and spirit, and grandness alive. Not their cold and lifeless corpse, sent their by some hunter that has to have his kill. That said, I know deer are becoming to plentiful in some ares, and I guess controls must be established for population. However, seeing it at a photography forum to me is over the line. For me that's not fun, it's just sickening.
    Even though I am not a fan of this image and I am not a hunter but on the other side I am really surprized how often people dont want to see dead animals but enjoy their Steak, Chicken Wings etc. all the time.
    I bet this dear had a much better life than most of the chickens and Cows which end in Steakhouses and Burgers.
    Just my opinion.

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    Let me make this perfectly clear we will not censor images from this forum unless the tolerance level is extremely bad. It is only deleted because the artist asked me too. Otherwise it would have stayed.

    If someone wants to ask why than just turn on the news.
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    No worries gentlemen. Life's too short and this forum is too much fun. Thanks Guy.

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