Nice Black & White development with the Fujifilm, Jorgen.
How is the political situation in Bangkok, have you hoarded beer to your fridge, just in case
Our stables have been renovated.
Nice tones, Steen.
No fancy stables here i'm afraid, just plain ol' meadows -with mud.
Thanks Corlan and Lloyd.
Those stables are the royal stables. No less.
The entire show is payed year after year by us, the tax payers. That's why I consider them our stables
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Nikon D300 • Zeiss ZF 1.4/50mm Planar • 1/2 sec at f/8 ISO 200 • Capture NX
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Sounds like it's a common trait everywhere. Nicely put, btw.
Steen, you get a lot of shadow details out of this D300. Nicely done!
Sorry for the reitaration, here's the same guy, the day before. No sun, but even muddier.
Thanks Jason and Corlan. I'm glad you like my stable-design
On the other hand it looks like Corlans horse has far more fun than the royal danish ditto
That's a wonderful portrait, Corlan. And so three dimensional I'm stretching my hand to say hello to it, with mud and all
Beautiful, Jason - and that goes for the portraits in post # 3736 and 3777 as well
Which 35mm lens did you use here, is it the same wide angle lens as in the excellent # 3777 capture ?
Jorgen: Fine enough for me too!
Steen: I was thinking that those were the Royal stables (before i scrolled down) and wondering why there was only one horse! Nice series of photos. They only build them like that in Dubai these days.
Corlan: The first shot really brings out a little attitude. The second really is 3-dimensional. Strong compositions.
Jason: Sesame's so elegant!
" ... and wondering why there was only one horse! ... "
We are such a tiny little Kingdom, so one horse is more than enough
The building style on the other hand is a sincere attempt to be showing off
Jason, Urban Sunset & Sesame ....Very Nicely Done!
Thanks Jason, Matt, Steen.
edit: and... Steve, then -posting at the same time.
This small series a special for our friend Steve, who's keen on certain models when shooting streets. No photographic merits of any kind here, just fun from bad crops out of the box
Was again out shooting a building when one of your tall blonde lady first entrered the frame...
Then again accidentaly a few minutes later...
(note for pixel peepers: strong frozen wind, we all had red marks on our faces)
But wait... i don't know why i'm telling you all this Steve, after all looks like you were there in the first place...
Corlan, someone has to keep an Eye on you when your stalking, i mean shooting beautiful women! I even wore my stealth London Fog trench coat & stayed in the shadows!
Nice shots guys. Love that stable shot... nicer than my home Had the pleasure of shooting with this young lady...
Corlan: Nice series. Fun shots.
Steve: When are you posting your shots of Corlan photographing the tall blonde lady?
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... and a portrait.
S5 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0, 1/30s and ISO800
David,Fulton & Jorgen...3 Knockouts!
And a couple of buildings... this one a couple of shots later:
Froze my (e)ars to death, but at least got some shots out of the day. Badly need the spring, though
Btw, just saw your last Rust & Graffitis series on the M section, looks terrific.
Great stuff from Steve and Matt too, you guys do achieve a superb job with both systems.
Thank you Steve, David and Matt.
David: Excellent studio work, the shot of the young lady.
Fulton: You really caught a dramatic moment.
Jorgen: Fascinating portrait of concentration.
Corlan: Love the impressive building shot and the terracotta girl
It must be said also that the Fuji sensor is very picky when it comes to lenses. I mostly use that camera with primes and very high quality zooms, like the 80-200 AF-S.
Okay, whew, since I am considering the 70-300 VR as a stop-gap long lens until I can save some money for something more serious (and until I know exactly what I need).
Which camera are you buying?