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    Happy BD there old man, now if you stop now i will catch up. LOL

    The problem is you can probably still drink me under the table so we will have to try that someday.
    Thank you! I'm putting the brakes on hard

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    Happy B'day sir - buy yourself anything interesting..? ;>
    Thank you! most generous.
    Actually no - I seem to be selling my noctilux instead - you know, us old-timers, shedding goods!

    To be honest, I'm waiting to see what happens about a few Nikon primes - then I might stick my toe a bit further in the Zeiss waters (if they don't come up with the goods).

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    High Summer with Triffid



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    Horrors, and you are standing so close!
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    Horrors, and you are standing so close!
    -bob
    Hi Bob It was no problem, 'cos those Triffids are pretty:



    (same setup)

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    An Ultraviolet portrait!


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Vivek,
    Interesting, did you use a "regular" camera?
    thanks
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    Bob, Thanks. It is a modified D40x. It has no UV/IR cut or AA filters in it.

    A Baader U 2" filter (transmits from 310 to 390nm with no visible or IR transmission) was used for filtration.

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    Jono, how do you find all those nice clouds? You seem to be related to René Magritte somehow

    Careful with those Triffids, they are sometimes unpredictable. When I listened to the radio play in Norway many generations ago, I was so scared I could hardly sleep at night , even though I had a week to recover between each episode. Not all the special effects machinery of all Hollywood studios combined can ever hope to top that.

    Sometimes, words are stronger than any photo. Strange, isn't it?

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    Sometimes, words are stronger than any photo. Strange, isn't it?

    I would say more than sometimes. If the mind can be tickled by a bunch of selected words to weave its own imagination they are even more effective than a photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Horrors, and you are standing so close!
    -bob
    Bob, I don't think that Jono got the pop culture reference you made.

    Jono, Bob alluded to the 1951 British novel "The Day of the Triffids" by John Wyndham and the classic (1962) British sci-fi movie of the same name where carnivorous, ambulatory plants and a meteor shower that leaves all humans blind lead to the collapse of civilization.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Bob, I don't think that Jono got the pop culture reference you made.

    Jono, Bob alluded to the 1951 British novel "The Day of the Triffids" by John Wyndham and the classic (1962) British sci-fi movie of the same name where carnivorous, ambulatory plants and a meteor shower that leaves all humans blind lead to the collapse of civilization.
    Hi Carlos
    I'm not sure whether to be flattered or insulted!
    You must think me very stupid . On the other hand, as I called the photo 'High Summer with Triffid' it might be that you also think me psychic?

    I'd read it, and the Chrysalids (better) the Midwich Cuckoos (also better) the Kraken Wakes (soso) Chocky (not so good) erm. can't think of any more without resorting to Wikipedia, still, maybe that's not such a bad haul!

    Which was why I posted the SLOW photo - as an answer to Bob's . . . Oh hell, just read the thread again

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    I was tempted to interject but did not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Jono, how do you find all those nice clouds? You seem to be related to René Magritte somehow
    Well, we do have a French girlfriend of on of our son's staying (so sweet). D'you think that's the reason?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Careful with those Triffids, they are sometimes unpredictable. When I listened to the radio play in Norway many generations ago, I was so scared I could hardly sleep at night , even though I had a week to recover between each episode. Not all the special effects machinery of all Hollywood studios combined can ever hope to top that.

    Sometimes, words are stronger than any photo. Strange, isn't it?
    Ah yes - dangerous beasties. I enjoyed the Day of the Triffids (I've heard a radio broadcast of it - excellent stuff) but the books were real favorites when I was around 10 or 12.

    The Chrysalids was my favorite - about a bunch of telepathic kids in a violent post-nuclear age, our boys all loved it, and I read it again just a few years ago - with the same intangible effect.

    I'll bow out of the 'stronger than any photo' argument - I can't think of anything intelligent to say about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I was tempted to interject but did not.

    .erm I hope I wasn't er too um well, anything really

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Carlos
    I'm not sure whether to be flattered or insulted!
    You must think me very stupid . On the other hand, as I called the photo 'High Summer with Triffid' it might be that you also think me psychic?

    I'd read it, and the Chrysalids (better) the Midwich Cuckoos (also better) the Kraken Wakes (soso) Chocky (not so good) erm. can't think of any more without resorting to Wikipedia, still, maybe that's not such a bad haul!

    Which was why I posted the SLOW photo - as an answer to Bob's . . . Oh hell, just read the thread again
    Serves me right for not backtracking through the thread and forgive me for doubting you. BTW, my family and I are going to London next June to visit friends. Perhaps we can meet up then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Serves me right for not backtracking through the thread and forgive me for doubting you. BTW, my family and I are going to London next June to visit friends. Perhaps we can meet up then?
    No worries - I'm just as guilty. Sounds good - coming to visit us in our rainy season? Actually, aren't rainy seasons usually warm?

    June is usually the best month for our weather, but the last two years have been dismal and cold yeuch!

    We live around 100miles north of London, in the land of Magritte clouds and Triffids.

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    We'll work something out by then. I have two of my "employees" that live in the UK as well, so I have several visits to make.
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    Jono love the shots..my 14-24 should arrive tomorrow can't wait to give it a spin.
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    HI Mike
    Congratulations - I hope you'll be very happy together!
    It's certainly hard to resist, seems to produce great results with very few vices (and it focuses close as well)

    Carlos - We try and spend most of June in Cornwall (hence the rain resentment), but if we're around I'll look forward to it.

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    D80, 70-300 ED @ 220mm, Oslo in July, moved a few meters between the shots, and wow! , what a difference those meters do.




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    There's a lot of white space on top of the new Opera House in Oslo, and although it's situated in the middle of the city, it's still close to nature.

    D80 and 70-300 ED @ 112mm


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    A bit difficult to take that 70-300 zoom out for street. Here, a couple of random shots (Sigma 30/1.4, D300).





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    While temples are good places to find peace of mind and to contemplate, they can be used for other things as well, like table tennis. D80 with 85/1.8 @ 2.0


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    Alright, I finally found one shot taken with the 70-300 AF-D ED (through a fence) @ 300mm (D300).


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    Very Nice Vivek
    and Jorgen, but I need to speak with Vivek

    I know you liked the old geyzer with the hat
    I know I can't use the Goat picture (it offends Americans)
    I know you didn't like the pestle and mortar
    How do you feel about the Strawberry Moose?

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    That is a lovely close-up, Jono.

    A strawberry moose? Cool!

    The other end of the spectrum (literally because it is so prosaic) is..

    My flickr avatar (I have one because there is a default one there. So, it is sort of mandatory) comes from a portion of this false color UV shot.



    D70, Noflexar 35/3.5 Baader U 2" filter

    (The difference in the non-factory color paint only shows up in UV, under visible light the whole car is an uniform gray. The street lamp has a glass shade with an excellent UV cut property).

    Again, that is a fun image, Jono.

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    Jono, for a while, I thought it was an attempted self portrait after one of your wild birthday parties, but I now realise that it's either the main course (moose) or the dessert (strawberries).

    Anyway, since you have changed to red, here's more of the same, from today. D80 with Tamron 24-135 @ 70mm and f/5.0.


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    I will continue with that boring UV of mine with a touch of red..


    Dandelion, UV capture

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    Vivek,
    Who said it was boring??? I'm enjoying them.
    Love the flower.

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    Everyone mugs for the camera...



    and yes, all of the crazy equines at the stables posed or made faces. It was like taking pictures of first graders!
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    D3, Zeiss 100/2 Makro Planar

    processed with Nik Silver Efex to get that old film look



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    That is really a special look Jim.

    What the Hell is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    That is really a special look Jim.

    What the Hell is it?
    Badger, if i recall just a skull i picked up in travels

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    Badger, if i recall just a skull i picked up in travels
    Thanks, context helps ... but it's a beautiful and interesting shape anyway.

    Gotta investigate that effect real soon.

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    My first tries of doing the strobist way...my son with his toy grabber that he calls "pinchy". If your kid(s) watch Thomas the Train, you'll understand pinchy

    1 sb-800 shooting thru a westcott umbrella and 1 reflector.


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    David,

    The lighting looks really natural and good. Are you going through his lighting 101?

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    Hi,

    I'm not. I used to read his blog years ago before it became popular then I sorta lost interest in lighting. Now I'm back interested in lighting again. I just saw the idea of using the sb-800 and an umbrella recently on various other websites so I gave it a try. I've practiced many times with 1 monolight and a reflector.
    I'm used to using a light meter to dial in the light and manually setup my camera. I'm trying out CLS, feels like I'm starting over



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    David,

    The lighting looks really natural and good. Are you going through his lighting 101?

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    David,
    You are lucky to have such a cute boy to practice on. It looks good.

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    Thanks

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    David,
    You are lucky to have such a cute boy to practice on. It looks good.

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    Just finished three days shooting production of silver jewelry, everything from prototypes and casting to polishing and QC. Fascinating process. Here's midway through, S3 with Micro Nikkor 105 AF D @ f/4.8 and 1/45s


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    No jewelery shot but a street shot, in IR and with a 28mm T/S lens on my D80-IR.



    Cindy, Thanks. Check this out: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vivek-iyer/2807133866/

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    Very well performed, Vivek. I've never been particularly enthusiastic to IR, but you use it in a way that makes a difference.

    Is that the old Nikkor 28mm? I've been looking for that one for a while, but it's nowhere to be found here in Thailand.

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    Jorgen, Thank you!

    No, it is not the PC-Nikkor 28mm (shift lens). It is a self contructed shift/tilt lens.

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    Summer's slowly drawing to a close. Found this among the green leaves yesterday..
    D3 and 85 mm PC Micro Nikkor.
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    Two from today:

    Bashful Swan


    Ibis and Hippo?
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    A tiny red goby from last sunday diving
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    I've just been in Ronda for a couple of days with my D700
    there were a few good pictures, but I think this was my favorite moment:




    or perhaps the next shot is better in black and white:


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    Ah, uh, um (strains to be politically correct), nice eye there sir. Nice dress too (seriously, shows some style).
    Young men these days have their photographic priorities all wrong. In my day.....

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Ummmm... my politically incorrect mind struggles with this one

    Nice photos though. Is the b&w one a bit on the bright side?

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