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    One of the very few images from my now departed D700..


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    beautiful Ray!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One of the very few images from my now departed D700..

    what happened to the D700?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hermann, great American journey. beautiful captures. Love them.

    Regards.
    Agree!

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    Rayyan, nice colors, texture & sad A$$!

    Matto...Scary,Haunted,Creepy...Nice!

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    beautiful Ray!!!


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    Lovely and scary..at the same time.

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    what happened to the D700?
    Stopped working. Guess it is a card reader problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, nice colors, texture & sad A$$!
    Steve..' sad A$$ ' wonderful..

    Thank you both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hermann, great American journey. beautiful captures. Love them.

    Regards.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    ...

    In order to make amends for yesterday's "birthday OTs" (thank you moderators for the generosity!) a few more pictures from my visit to the US. We're in Montana now, very high skies, old important (and in former, better times prosperous) cities and very nice people (as in the other states we travelled as well) - chapter 2:

    "Downtown Promenade", N 2nd St, Livingston, MT

    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 18mm & f/5.6


    "Teslow Grain", Livingston, MT

    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 16mm & f/2.8


    BTW: In hindsight I found out, that this motif is a "quotation" of a picture Lee Friedlander shot for his series "America by Car" in the '90s.

    "Mayoral Race", W Mercury St, Butte, MT


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    And no, this one is not a quotation of pictures taken for Wim Wenders' "Don't come knocking", though Butte was the most important location for this movie.

    To be continued, as you like ...

    Thank you for your interest.
    Hermann: I spent five nights in the Sam Peckinpah Suite of the Murray Hotel a few years ago while fly fishing the Yellowstone and some Spring creeks. Traveled though Butte many times on my way to my Grandfather's ranch. You've caught the sense of those places in a unique, sparse, European, aesthetic. Beautifully expressive. Please continue.

    PS: like the shot, but, maybe, I miss a bit of the right side of the Empire's marquee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomanJohnston View Post
    Just posted in the sharing area...all Nikon images from the Japanese Gardens.

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=31785

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    Roman: Beautiful place and photos. The distortion in the fourth one's cool. :thumb up:

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    Matt, lovely captures. Seems you working the 5N real well pal.
    Regards.
    Rayyan: Thank you, sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One of the very few images from my now departed D700..
    Rayyan: Your pp always is exceptional. "Frosting on the cake' in your case, of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    ...

    nbi by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Matt: Rayyan and Steve said it: scary and lovely, both! :thumb up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One of the very few images from my now departed D700..
    Rayyan: It's a great pity, that there are only a few (aside the great Leica series of course ), but this one is very nice and, as Matt stated, as usual terrific PP!

    But BTW: Donkeys/burros/mules, a kind of a variation though, may play a role in my report as well later on ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomanJohnston View Post
    Just posted in the sharing area...all Nikon images from the Japanese Gardens.

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    Roman: All I can say, simply beautiful!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those shots are terrific Hermann. I especially like that last one. Yes, please do post more!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hermann, great American journey. beautiful captures. Love them.

    Regards.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Agree!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    +1
    Lloyd, Rayyan, Steve, Jørgen: Thanks a lot, gentlemen, for your kind words and encouragement, very much appreciated!


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hermann: I spent five nights in the Sam Peckinpah Suite of the Murray Hotel a few years ago while fly fishing the Yellowstone and some Spring creeks. Traveled though Butte many times on my way to my Grandfather's ranch. You've caught the sense of those places in a unique, sparse, European, aesthetic. Beautifully expressive. Please continue.

    PS: like the shot, but, maybe, I miss a bit of the right side of the Empire's marquee.

    Cheers, Matt

    Matt: Thanks for your kind response and encouragement and particularly thanks a lot for the feedback and hints, helpful as always and very much appreciated!

    So as an excursion and in order to refresh your memories of Livingston a short walkabout around West Park Street and 2nd Street (Murray Hotel, I can see vacancy, maybe for the Sam Penckinpah Suite in particular and the complete sign of the Empire's + multiple reflections ).
















    All with D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 24 mm & f/5.6, # 2 @ 21 mm, # 5 @ 15 mm

    Best regards - Hermann

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    But the journey had to go on:

    So leaving the old copper mining town of Butte south-western means entering the idyllic variety of landscapes of Idaho soon after ...
    But there are laundromats and car washes as well - chapter 3


    "Back Entrance", N Dakota St, Butte, MT


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 24mm & f/6.3



    "Backyard", E Granite/N Wyoming St, Butte, MT


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 16mm & f/6.3



    Sawtooth Range, Stanley, ID


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 16mm & f/6.3



    Main St, Marsing, ID


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 24mm & f/5.6



    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Hermann, these sets are wonderful. Rich vibrant colors and compositions.

    More importantly, they bring back memories of famous photographers and

    their treatment of journeys across America.

    My hats off for this masterful set of images. A book maybe?

    Really well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    "Back Entrance", N Dakota St, Butte, MT


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    .
    Hermann, tough to pick a favorite! Great Set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hermann, these sets are wonderful. Rich vibrant colors and compositions.

    More importantly, they bring back memories of famous photographers and

    their treatment of journeys across America.

    My hats off for this masterful set of images. A book maybe?

    Really well done.
    HUGE +1 from me. I agree 100%

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    just for fun...

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    Nicely done.

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    Hermann...dude...nicely done with the Idaho series. They're so visually interesting, and there's something real and grounded about them.

    i remember driving through Idaho a few summers ago, on the way to seattle from beaver, UT, and thinking it was a beautiful place in its own little way. at the time there were rolling green hills and deep blue skies with poofy white clouds. (incidentally, at the rest stop we stopped at to use the restrooms, i got a call from my manager and was fired, for actually taking the vacation they had approved, not kidding. lol)
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    oh!

    i simply have to share this...the model and i thought it was just too funny. we'd been doing relatively staged sets up to this point, but then had the same thought for a final look. he was just too good at it, and as we were looking on the back of the camera, we got the chuckles. so i put the photos together into an animated gif. i wanted it to be my new profile pic on FB, but they don't allow gifs. :/

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    Ummm... there's something wrong with the gravity in your studio

    Rather cool, but I think I would become tired if I had to watch it for more than a few minutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Ummm... there's something wrong with the gravity in your studio

    Rather cool, but I think I would become tired if I had to watch it for more than a few minutes
    Plus 1 on both counts, Daves.

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    haha...blame caesar's palace on the gravity. :P

    i think the life span is about 5-8 times through the cycle...OR...you become transfixed and watch it for half an hour. lmao

    thanks Jorgen and Lloyd

    i'll put up some real stuff from the shoot eventually. i also need to actually get out and shoot with the 85/1.4 that arrived the next day. it's amazing what fun toys show up in your gear bag when you sell off your MFD kit. haha.
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    Some from tonight and one from afternoon. Jpegs from the camera - I forgot to set it to RAW. Thanks for looking.

    1. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/25s@ f/3.5; ISO 800


    2. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/55s@ f/2.8; ISO 2000


    3. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/1250s@ f/3.5; ISO 6400


    4. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/100s@ f/3.5; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
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    So as an excursion and in order to refresh your memories of Livingston a short walkabout around West Park Street and 2nd Street (Murray Hotel, I can see vacancy, maybe for the Sam Penckinpah Suite in particular and the complete sign of the Empire's + multiple reflections ).







    All with D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 24 mm & f/5.6, # 2 @ 21 mm, # 5 @ 15 mm

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    But the journey had to go on:

    So leaving the old copper mining town of Butte south-western means entering the idyllic variety of landscapes of Idaho soon after ...
    But there are laundromats and car washes as well - chapter 3

    "Back Entrance", N Dakota St, Butte, MT

    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 24mm & f/6.3


    "Backyard", E Granite/N Wyoming St, Butte, MT

    Sawtooth Range, Stanley, ID

    Main St, Marsing, ID

    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 24mm & f/5.6



    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Hermann: These are really terrific! a few fond (and not so fond) memories of that hotel and bar. I like these four; but, especially the last one. It's almost a cliche 'Americana' photo, but transcends that label.

    You're almost to Ketchum and Sun Valley. Interesting to see your 'take' on that locale?

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    just for fun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nicely done.
    Anthony: +1! No digital watches and every clock and computer in the house has slightly different time (?); so we just knew it had happened.

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    Plus 1 on both counts, Daves.
    Dmeckert: Plus 2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hermann, these sets are wonderful. Rich vibrant colors and compositions.

    More importantly, they bring back memories of famous photographers and

    their treatment of journeys across America.

    My hats off for this masterful set of images. A book maybe?

    Really well done.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    HUGE +1 from me. I agree 100%
    Rayyan, LLoyd: You're really too kind! But thanks for the compliments and I'll try my best to fulfill your praise in advance at least rudimantarily.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Hermann, tough to pick a favorite! Great Set!
    Steve: Thanks a lot for your encouragement!

    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    Hermann...dude...nicely done with the Idaho series. They're so visually interesting, and there's something real and grounded about them.

    i remember driving through Idaho a few summers ago, on the way to seattle from beaver, UT, and thinking it was a beautiful place in its own little way. at the time there were rolling green hills and deep blue skies with poofy white clouds. (incidentally, at the rest stop we stopped at to use the restrooms, i got a call from my manager and was fired, for actually taking the vacation they had approved, not kidding. lol)
    Daves: Thanks for your interest and for your comment. If they appear "real and grounded" to you, that exactly meets my intent. Weird story also ...

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hermann: These are really terrific! a few fond (and not so fond) memories of that hotel and bar. I like these four; but, especially the last one. It's almost a cliche 'Americana' photo, but transcends that label.

    You're almost to Ketchum and Sun Valley. Interesting to see your 'take' on that locale?

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thanks a lot for your comment and the kind words. Always a most welcome brainteaser to me, what capture(s) you might prefer - and my hit rate isn't that bad. But then again that's no wonder, since you mostly choose my own favorites ...
    Regarding Ketchum and Sun Valley unfortunately I'll have to frustrate your expectations - so one more reason to come back asap!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Plus 1 on both counts, Daves.
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Dmeckert: Plus 2!

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    Daves: And one more vote from me as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some from tonight and one from afternoon. Jpegs from the camera - I forgot to set it to RAW. Thanks for looking.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Did I miss that you quitted your day job lately and now are testing new gear of all kinds fulltime? Very promising attempt ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Leaving the bucolic landscapes of Idaho to the south you'll enter Nevada. Casinos everywhere, so - maybe - you best keep your powder dry/ keep your $$ in the wallet!? And better spend your money for a hearty breakfast - chapter 4


    Montgomery Street, Idaho City, ID


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 20mm & f/6.3



    "Drive In", Hwy 21, Idaho City, ID


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 17mm & f/6.3




    "High Noon", Center St, Fallon, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 21mm & f/5.6



    W Winnemucca Blvd, Winnemucca, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 19mm & f/5.6, ISO 3200



    "Breakfast #1", Winnemucca, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 23mm & f/5.6




    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Last edited by contrelamontre; 14th November 2011 at 06:35.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some from tonight and one from afternoon. Jpegs from the camera - I forgot to set it to RAW. Thanks for looking.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Very interesting set, Matt. I've been curious about the V1, and it's nice to see one in the hands of a photographer of known skill. Looking forward to more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Leaving the buolic landscapes of Idaho to the south you'll enter Nevada. Casinos everywhere, so - maybe - you best keep your powder dry/ keep your $$ in the wallet!? And better spend your money for a hearty breakfast - chapter 4

    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    More magic, Hermann. Especially like the last two.

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    Some from tonight and one from afternoon. Jpegs from the camera - I forgot to set it to RAW. Thanks for looking.

    4. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/100s@ f/3.5; ISO 200


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    Matt, this is a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Leaving the bucolic landscapes of Idaho to the south you'll enter Nevada. Casinos everywhere, so - maybe - you best keep your powder dry/ keep your $$ in the wallet!? And better spend your money for a hearty breakfast - chapter 4


    Montgomery Street, Idaho City, ID


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 20mm & f/6.3




    "High Noon", Center St, Fallon, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 21mm & f/5.6



    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Hermann, A great Journey. Great story telling. Great

    Images. .Marvellous.

    Next Chapter please.

    Best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some from tonight and one from afternoon. Jpegs from the camera - I forgot to set it to RAW. Thanks for looking.

    1. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/25s@ f/3.5; ISO 800


    2. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/55s@ f/2.8; ISO 2000


    3. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/1250s@ f/3.5; ISO 6400


    4. Nikon V1; 10mm f/2.8; 1/100s@ f/3.5; ISO 200


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    Great IQ & Looks With The New Rig Matt! Whats Your Impression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Leaving the bucolic landscapes of Idaho to the south you'll enter Nevada. Casinos everywhere, so - maybe - you best keep your powder dry/ keep your $$ in the wallet!? And better spend your money for a hearty breakfast - chapter 4




    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 17mm & f/6.3




    "High Noon", Center St, Fallon, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8 G @ 21mm & f/5.6



    W Winnemucca Blvd, Winnemucca, NV


    D 700, 14-24mm/2.8G @ 19mm & f/5.6, ISO 3200



    "Breakfast #1", Winnemucca, NV





    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Great series Hermann! Love them all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: Did I miss that you quitted your day job lately and now are testing new gear of all kinds fulltime? Very promising attempt ...
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very interesting set, Matt. I've been curious about the V1, and it's nice to see one in the hands of a photographer of known skill. Looking forward to more.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, this is a winner!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Great IQ & Looks With The New Rig Matt! Whats Your Impression?
    Gentlemen: Thanks! Nope, still have my day job...I need one.
    I'm really impressed with the camera. I read a few reviews and then was directed to Rob Gailbraith's review (http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...=7-11666-11988). That sold me. It has good ergonomics and a well made, really solid feel to it. The lenses are non-plasticy, high quality, jewels. Different beast from the Nex 5N, but that works for me. Now, I have a Nikon V1, Sony Nex-5N, Sony Nex-7 (eventually), Leica M7, Leica M9-P, and Sony SLT-A77. I should stop! I'll keep posting with the V1.

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    Leaving the bucolic landscapes of Idaho to the south you'll enter Nevada. Casinos everywhere, so - maybe - you best keep your powder dry/ keep your $$ in the wallet!? And better spend your money for a hearty breakfast - chapter 4
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    "Drive In", Hwy 21, Idaho City, ID
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    "High Noon", Center St, Fallon, NV
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    W Winnemucca Blvd, Winnemucca, NV
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    "Breakfast #1", Winnemucca, NV
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    Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
    Hermann: Hard to pick a favorite here. Nothing leaps out in front of the very fast pack (that sounds like a Western saying; or, maybe English fox hunting). I think it's this one; although, I'm not sure about the plastic glasses in the foreground? Nothing much to photgraph in Sun Valley/Ketchum, anyway. Keep posting and don't hock your camera gear to play the slots.

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    Cherry Creek State Park, CO
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    More magic, Hermann. Especially like the last two.

    Lloyd: Thank you, sir, for the interest and the feedback, much appreciated!


    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
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    Images. .Marvellous.

    Next Chapter please.

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    Rayyan: Thank you very much for your kind words and the encouragement, always a pleasure for me!


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    Great series Hermann! Love them all!

    Steve: Thank you very much for your interest, means a lot to me!


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hermann: Hard to pick a favorite here. Nothing leaps out in front of the very fast pack (that sounds like a Western saying; or, maybe English fox hunting). I think it's this one; although, I'm not sure about the plastic glasses in the foreground? Nothing much to photgraph in Sun Valley/Ketchum, anyway. Keep posting and don't hock your camera gear to play the slots.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: Thanks a lot for your interest and particularly for the comment! But, in order to take up your critique: the plastic glasses were/are imho indeed an indispensable requisite, regarding content as well as composition (actually I did arrange glasses and silverware exactly that way for the capture. ). All the more a most welcome hint, that my intention possibly may not work.
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    Best regards - Hermann

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    "Ll": Beautiful light and colors, very nice composition and very appealing motion blur - like it very much!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    re processing some with the "routlaw" method, more layers some lab color space etc

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    _DSC4740 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    _DSC4709 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    _DSC4727 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    Strong set Matto! 1st & last for me! Excellent!

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    LandscapeL, Very Cool Image!

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    Been distracted with other stuff lately, lots of great work (as always) being posted though.

    Herman, nice set, in my "back yard" no less.
    Matt very cool and agree with Steve, 1st and last are the best. Where are we?
    Steve, love the dog photo
    Rayyan, donkey goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Strong set Matto! 1st & last for me! Excellent!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    LandscapeL, Very Cool Image!
    Big plus 1 to both.


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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1;367212

    re processing some with the "routlaw" method, more layers some lab color space etc
    Very powerful images. Wonderful processing!

    Best regards.

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    thanks all, in paris in 09

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