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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lloyd - I LOVE that last shot.
    I thought the second batch were over-sharpened though (always tempting). What is an xc skier? Not, I suspect the sort of skier I am (maybe a cx skier).
    Thank you... much appreciated. I completely agree about the over-sharpening. I tried to replace them with less sharpened versions, but couldn't figure out how to do it. (these were my first "attached" postings)

    The person is actually my wife, as we were hiking down into Bryce Canyon.

    Here's a color version of the last shot (slightly different crop):


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    Thank you... much appreciated. I completely agree about the over-sharpening. I tried to replace them with less sharpened versions, but couldn't figure out how to do it. (these were my first "attached" postings)

    The person is actually my wife, as we were hiking down into Bryce Canyon.
    I realised that it was your wife, it was the xc skier bit that I didn't understand . . . and I apologise, it was rude of me to be so blunt about over sharpening, I was only so bold because your pictures are so splendid usually.

    I like the first version of this shot better I guess, but the colour one is also fine.

    If you want to 'update' attached photos (and make me look even more unpleasant ) then you should be able to simply replace the originals wherever they are, and the images here will automatically update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I realised that it was your wife, it was the xc skier bit that I didn't understand . . . and I apologise, it was rude of me to be so blunt about over sharpening, I was only so bold because your pictures are so splendid usually.

    I like the first version of this shot better I guess, but the colour one is also fine.

    If you want to 'update' attached photos (and make me look even more unpleasant ) then you should be able to simply replace the originals wherever they are, and the images here will automatically update.
    Oops, sorry, I haven't had much sleep this past few days, and I'm not as quick as I might be (not that I'm that quick ever). XC skier = Nordic Skier, as opposed to Alpine or Downhill skier.

    Thanks much for the help with the replacement. And your criticism was/is appropriate and well taken. I think this forum must apply some sort of sharpening algorithm to the images, because those don't look quite as sharpened on my computer as they appear on the forum. I'm rethinking my processing as a result.

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    Oops, sorry, I haven't had much sleep this past few days, and I'm not as quick as I might be (not that I'm that quick ever). XC skier = Nordic Skier, as opposed to Alpine or Downhill skier.
    Ah - the hardwork stuff.
    We're off skiing again in a couple of weeks, but our idea of fun is a lot of gentle downhill followed by a good lunch, and a lot of gentle downhill back to a good supper!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Thanks much for the help with the replacement. And your criticism was/is appropriate and well taken. I think this forum must apply some sort of sharpening algorithm to the images, because those don't look quite as sharpened on my computer as they appear on the forum. I'm rethinking my processing as a result.
    Difficult to get it right (I don't even try these days, whatever Aperture outputs, that's what you get!).

    Now it's time for bed:

    While waiting for the kettle to boil:

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    there is time to take a quick snap of Emma's Amaryllis


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    Great shots guys.
    Lloyd -- that first black and white version is spectacular. Very well done!

    Jono -- I think it is a credit to your photography that I want to visit your house! Everything has so much character, or better yet, everything you photograph is done with such character.
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    Ah - the hardwork stuff.
    We're off skiing again in a couple of weeks, but our idea of fun is a lot of gentle downhill followed by a good lunch, and a lot of gentle downhill back to a good supper!

    Difficult to get it right (I don't even try these days, whatever Aperture outputs, that's what you get!).

    Now it's time for bed:

    While waiting for the kettle to boil:

    28 'cron

    there is time to take a quick snap of Emma's Amaryllis


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    Night Night!
    Beautiful, as ever. 'Night!

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    Back to the work grind.

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    Jono -- I think it is a credit to your photography that I want to visit your house! Everything has so much character, or better yet, everything you photograph is done with such character.
    HI Stuart
    Thanks for that . . . I disagree though, it's a credit to Emma's various housekeeping skills (a great eye for beautiful things, and an absolute inability to throw anything away! - yesterday I had trouble persuading her to throw away a PS2 to serial mouse adaptor that she'd found!). Mind you, I take my life into my hands photographing anything with dust on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That was an interesting shot. Nice

    I like the bristlecone as well, colour as well as b&w, but I keep wondering how it would have looked from a slightly lower angle, so that the main part of the tree was over the horizon, particularly in the colour version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    That was an interesting shot. Nice

    I like the bristlecone as well, colour as well as b&w, but I keep wondering how it would have looked from a slightly lower angle, so that the main part of the tree was over the horizon, particularly in the colour version.
    Thanks Jorgen, your opinion is always of great interest, and much appreciated.

    A couple of things dictated that I take the shot from the particular angle I used. First off, I wanted the moon in the frame, and a lower angle wouldn't have permitted that (I tried framing it under the tree branch, but it just didn't work. Second, the tree was well up the side of the hill from the trail, and in this National Park, one is not allowed more than a few feet off the trail, so I couldn't move in to get a better angle with the moon still in the shot. And third, I only had my 28 Cron, so the image I posted is almost a 100% crop of the original (see the full frame below). That I got the resolution I did is a credit to that wonderful lens, and the M8.

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    Don't get me wrong, it's a beautiful photo, and I assumed there was a reason for the framing. Interesting also to see the original shot.

    This is obviously one of the philosophical sides of photography: how long is a photographer able and/or willing to go to get a shot. It's so easy to sit in an armchair days or months later an regret or criticise, a photo taken under circumstances with an abundance of of limitations. On the other hand, getting around those limitations is often the decisive contribution to the process of making a great photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Oops, sorry, I haven't had much sleep this past few days, and I'm not as quick as I might be (not that I'm that quick ever). XC skier = Nordic Skier, as opposed to Alpine or Downhill skier.

    Thanks much for the help with the replacement. And your criticism was/is appropriate and well taken. I think this forum must apply some sort of sharpening algorithm to the images, because those don't look quite as sharpened on my computer as they appear on the forum. I'm rethinking my processing as a result.
    Only go 900 pixels at the widest point, anything wider and the software will create artifacts and crush it down to 900 pixels. I also suggest doing little sharpening for the web.
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    Only go 900 pixels at the widest point, anything wider and the software will create artifacts and crush it down to 900 pixels. I also suggest doing little sharpening for the web.
    Thanks Guy. Will do.

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    My pleasure , your images are wonderful and we want them to look great here on the site. Folks ever have any questions on this stuff , please just ask us.
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    900 pixels it is

    This is Carn Euny (bronze age village in Cornwall)



    and this is Emma (wife) with Dixie (dog - also approaching bronze age)


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    900 pixels it is

    This is Carn Euny (bronze age village in Cornwall)



    and this is Emma (wife) with Dixie (dog - also approaching bronze age)

    Beautiful shots, Jono. (looking good at 900 pixels!) I have a feeling Emma would look good at any resolution!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    My pleasure , your images are wonderful and we want them to look great here on the site. Folks ever have any questions on this stuff , please just ask us.

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    Beautiful shots, Jono. (looking good at 900 pixels!) I have a feeling Emma would look good at any resolution!
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    If you believe this, I have a nice bridge I'll be happy to sell you.

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    Tim,
    I already sold it, having lived on Adams St. in Brooklyn.
    How are you going to sell it from Maine?
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    Bryce Canyon Bristlecone

    Wow. LOVE this shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lloyd, I feel a kindred spirit . . . another old fool with a beautiful wife who still appreciates them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
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    One from today

    Went to lunch with my Mom and Niece and snapped this one from acros the table with the 28 Elmarit at 2.8 and ISO 1250

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Went to lunch with my Mom and Niece and snapped this one from acros the table with the 28 Elmarit at 2.8 and ISO 1250
    Couple of beauties. The image looks very clean for 1250. How did you process this?

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    Thanks Lloyd. Shot RAW, converted with ACR and converted to BW with Color Efex Pro 3. Resized to 900 wide and thats it. NO NR was applied in ACR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Thanks Lloyd. Shot RAW, converted with ACR and converted to BW with Color Efex Pro 3. Resized to 900 wide and thats it. NO NR was applied in ACR.
    Well, it works nicely. Gonna have to try that out. Thanks.

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    Bob, I heard you made that sale, well done! I was referring to the one on the left in this shot.




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    How are you going to sell it from Maine?
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    Hi All,

    Again, very nice photographs all.

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    What a lovely dog! Yours?

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    Thanks Ed! That's Maggie after a swim. Headed into her 11th year and getting a little white in the face. I'm way too attached.

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    Going for some action shots with the M8. Nothing special, just having fun.






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    A couple more from the same day:




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    What event is that Lloyd? I hadn't heard of X-Country Skiing and Archery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    What event is that Lloyd? I hadn't heard of X-Country Skiing and Archery.
    It's Archery Biathlon. It's not yet an Olympic Event, but it is contested at the World Cup level. This was just a for fun, practice race at Bryce Canyon, Utah this past weekend.

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    How about a moody shot?

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    Sure has been quiet around here lately. Guess I'd better try and get things going again.

    Yesterday, I had to wait for my wife while she was getting her hair done. I figure if I gotta be there, I might as well document the process. Truth is, I thought it was like gilding the lily.

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    Nice shots and nice cut too.
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    hey Lloyd, great shots. I really like the look of that 35 cron you were using. The 50 cron portrait is stunning. I like the eye contact and stare with the reflection. Nice shot and i am sure your wife loves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    hey Lloyd, great shots. I really like the look of that 35 cron you were using. The 50 cron portrait is stunning. I like the eye contact and stare with the reflection. Nice shot and i am sure your wife loves it.
    Thanks Steve, much appreciated.

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    Singing this morning at our neighbor's funeral. (Great guy... lived 87 years very full of life... still, we will miss him).


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    Lloyd - wonderful shots of your wife.

    Here are a couple from today with the 28 'cron (of course).

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    Great shots, Jono. I particularly like the snowdrops.

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    Lloyd, this is one of the best portraits I've seen, anywhere. It is so moving, yet so subtle. I congratulate you with all my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd, this is one of the best portraits I've seen, anywhere. It is so moving, yet so subtle. I congratulate you with all my heart.

    Kind regards,

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    Osman,

    Thank you for your kind words. Very much appreciated.

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    Man, Lloyd! You are getting some super sharp shots there. Your focus is dead on! Jono, as usual VERY cool shots. Love the Hangman. Saw it in BW at DPreview. Here is the only shot I took today. Started snowing so my son ran out (he loves it) - Snapped a quick on with the 50 Lux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Man, Lloyd! You are getting some super sharp shots there. Your focus is dead on! Jono, as usual VERY cool shots. Love the Hangman. Saw it in BW at DPreview. Here is the only shot I took today. Started snowing so my son ran out (he loves it) - Snapped a quick on with the 50 Lux.
    Nice shot Steve. I'm sort of chuckling however, we get so much snow here I forget what that it's still possible to be excited about it this late in the winter.

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    Hi Lloyd,

    Great photo's of your wife's hair styling! I really love the close up at the window! Just beautiful! Great job!

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