Just got back form 4 months on Oahu.
Photo's taken with both a D700 and D3x
and a few more
Kuau, these are superb photos. All of them are very good, my favorite being the beach scene with two guys in the first batch. Do post more, please.
Exceptional photos, Kuau
I don't care what gear I have.
Things I sell: http://www.shutterstock.com/sets/413...html?rid=61105
Hey thanks everyone I will post some more when I go through the rest of them
Looking forward to that ! Stunning colors.
One of the things I was trying to do was incorporate sun shots into some of the frames... probably since I am in Chicago and haven't seen the sun in donkey's years.
I could use some tips and tricks from you experts! Thanks!
D700 CZ 21 2.8 f/8 1/320 iso 800
Kuau, thanks for a slice of Paradise!
Hi Lloyd and All,
I have been enjoying many of your lovely digital images in the Nikon thread. My apologies for being absent for several weeks or more. Perhaps, the micro 4/3rd cameras have attracted too much of my curiosity. Here is an image recorded with my usual set-up: Nikon D300 + AF 18-200mm VR. Best regards to you and everyone!
Steve, stunning portraits!
L77, Nice Image!
Loneliness in the park.
Camera b/w jpeg, D700 and probably Nikkor 24-70/2.8.
Thank you gentlemen, I can now retire for a hard-earned sleep...
Osman, beautiful tone,contrast,juxtaposition & just the right amount of DOF!
Like this one very much! Good Night Friend.
Thank you, Steve. I read your message first thing in a bright, wonderful morning. What a way to start a week!
Many thanks once again for your kind comments. It is very nice to visit your Nikon thread. Here is one more image, using the same set-up: Nikon D300 + AF 18-200mm VR. Best regards!
Jason, it looks like "Foghorn Leghorn" had a can of beer & a bottle of tabasco sauce up in that tree!
L77, Love the framing & intense color! Very cute image!
L77....Aye Carrrrumba! Beautiful eye's,smiles,contrast,tone & did i mention eye's & smiles?!
I had a rare opportunity over the weekend, and thought I'd share a few shots. Nothing particularly noteworthy or artistic, but it was fun for me, at least.
Mimi sings in a local choir, and this past weekend they were invited to perform at the Mormon Tabernacle on Temple Square in Salt Lake. This is the building which is home to the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Since we've lived here we've been there a few times, but the only pictures I've taken have been the typical tourist shots. This time, on about 10 minutes notice, I was invited to come and shoot, and I was allowed right up with the choir (during a rehearsal); fun for me to get this perspective. BTW, they sounded amazing (they always sound good); the acoustics of that place are incredible!
BTW, they were working out the performance lighting during the rehearsal, so exposure and white balance were all over the board. I'm sure grateful for RAW files!
D3, 14-24/2.8 @ 14mm f8, ISO 2000
D3, 28-79/2.8 @ 45mm f2.8 ISO 2000
D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 82mm, f2.8 ISO 2000
D3 14-24/2.8 @ 16mm f8 ISO 2000
D3 70-200 VRII @ 200mm f2.8 ISO 2000
All of your images recorded within the Mormon Temple grounds in Salt Lake are extraordinary, spectacular, and impressive. My wife and I drove by the Temple en route from the Bay Area to Minnesota some years ago. Utah has a very special place in our memory. All the best to you, your lovely wife, and everyone in your family! Leica 77.
Everybody: Great photos posted here since i last looked! Been busy moving my office; so, I haven't been here for a while. My cameras are equally neglected. Cheers.