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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Another from the beach across the street... BTW, these are with the Zeiss 28/2 on the D3
    I see the 28/2 is working out. Its a sweet lens on a D3 or D700. Nice photo looks like you are managing to get in a little shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Last one for today: Thaksin supporter at the political rally around Government House in Bangkok today.

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    Some nice color. I am in Australia for a week - just hope the red shirts don't close the airport down before I return!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Another from the beach across the street... BTW, these are with the Zeiss 28/2 on the D3
    David,
    The colors are spectacular!

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    Bangkok again. D2Xs, 17-55mm at 55mm. 1/250, f2.8.
    Last edited by JohnH; 19th April 2010 at 06:26.

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    Another one. D2Xs, 17-55 mm at 55mm. 1/160, f2.8
    Last edited by JohnH; 19th April 2010 at 06:26.

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    D2Xs, 17-55mm at 55mm. 1/320, f6.7. This lady was 'on camera' and loving every second. I don't know what she was singing but she was enjoying herself tremendously.
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    Unusual makeup for Thailand on the white lady, John. I like it nonetheless. A slightly higher exposure would probably have given it more "Bang"

    Here's another one from the canal. It was my intention to place these next to each other, since most people have wide screen monitors these days, but the gallery here reduces the size of photos wider than 900px and leaves artifacts during the reduction, so I stacked them instead. I couldn't decide on b&w or colour here, and two is better than one anyway, isn't it...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    . I couldn't decide on b&w or colour here, and two is better than one anyway, isn't it...?
    Jorgen, nice work as always, I will vote on the b&w for this one.

    John nice batch of images there!

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    Unusual makeup for Thailand on the white lady, John. I like it nonetheless. A slightly higher exposure would probably have given it more "Bang"

    Here's another one from the canal. It was my intention to place these next to each other, since most people have wide screen monitors these days, but the gallery here reduces the size of photos wider than 900px and leaves artifacts during the reduction, so I stacked them instead. I couldn't decide on b&w or colour here, and two is better than one anyway, isn't it...?

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    I vote for the color version. The B&W is nice but this image has little context so the color adds impact. The combination of small DOF and nicely saturated color without overblowing it makes for a really nice image. Great job

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    I think I prefer the color as well. I'm a b/w junkie, but here the color tells more of the story.

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    One more vote for the color

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    So it's probably colour then. I do find that the blue and white canvas on the left catches too much attention, but I haven't found a good way to make it less prominent. I'll do some more experimenting

    Thank you all for your feedback.

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    Jorgen, I view the blue and white like an arrow leading my eye in. Then my eye travels over to the red to explore. I think it is very effective! I wouldn't change a thing, ....but you are the one with the good eye.

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    Jorgen

    I prefer the color. When I saw it I saw the whole scene. When I look at the B&W the watch jumps out at me and not as much the rest of what is going on.

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    Vote = Color [or colour...]

    Admirable stuff as always.

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    Thanks all. Here's some unrest at rest.

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    Two more reds.

    D80 with 70-300mm ED @ 90mm and f/5.6



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    Easter Egg Hunt - Florida Style

    Every year, one of our friends hosts an Easter Egg Hunt at their home. Some 30-40 kids all come over to make a run at gathering some 1500+ plastic (goodie filled) eggs. No unborn chickens were harmed in the production.

    Since this is "The Sunshine State" it has rained torrentially during the event for the last two years running. When life gives you rain clouds, put on a bathing suit.









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    Part Two:







    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography |Olympus OM-D E-M1 MK II | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS, M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO

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    Part Three:







    The entire set can be seen here.
    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography |Olympus OM-D E-M1 MK II | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS, M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO

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    Looks as if it were great fun for the kiddies and all the rest of you
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    Old theme, new version:

    D80 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 17mm and f/10


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    A friend of my kids who has hopes of becoming a professional model and his sister. Her first time in front of lights and I think she did pretty well.

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    Spring arrives at last (despite possible snow showers tomorrow!)

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    One more. (D300, 70-200/2.8):

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    Fantastic colours, Lloyd, particularly the first one.

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    Fantastic colours, Lloyd, particularly the first one.
    Absolutely beautiful...

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    Thanks guys, much appreciated. One more for now:

    D300, 70-200/2.8:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Spring arrives at last (despite possible snow showers tomorrow!)

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    The depth of this image is haunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    A friend of my kids who has hopes of becoming a professional model and his sister. Her first time in front of lights and I think she did pretty well.
    Looks like they both did well. His expression and general demeanor is more authentic in these shots though.

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    An older flower shot, but a favorite:
    D700 85mm 1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by LivingFiction View Post
    An older flower shot, but a favorite:
    D700 85mm 1.4
    Nice. That's what I'm talkin' about.

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    Some night shots from Skaftafell national park. Probably the darkest place I have ever been...good thing I had a D3, tripod and cable release!
    First one is from Jökulsárlón, an iceberg lagoon, though the aurora was over the parking lot...heh. Sometimes you have to take what you can get.


    These were up on a DARK mountain trail. No one around for ages. At the hotel it was me, the manager, the cook, and two guys from the Netherlands. The closest town is one direction is 72 miles and has 160 people, the other direction has a town about 75 miles away with a population of 1800. At this time of year there is basically no one around, which is fantastic...a little freaky when you have a several hundred foot drop below you onto a glacier, the trail is pitch black and you are alone.









    Exposure data is:
    1. f/4, ISO 2500, 2 minutes.
    2. f/2.8, ISO 2000, 4.5 minutes
    3. f/2.8, ISO 2000, 4.5 minutes
    4. f/2.8, ISO 12,800, 30 seconds
    5. f/2, ISO 12,800, 30 seconds

    These aren't really the greatest to be honest -- the aurora was very faint, and I did not want to follow the trail too far as it was very precarious, lots of wet, loose rock, pitch black, totally alone, carrying a lot of gear and so on. I felt I would be pushing my luck if I hiked any further. Hopefully next time I get a chance to go, I will have a parter, more aurora and maybe more time!
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    Fantastic Stuart !!!!

    Positively cosmic and other worldly.

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    Absolutely great, Stuart, and apparently well worth the effort.

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    I haven't posted many Nikon shots, but I do shoot the D3/D700 a great deal at weddings ... so here's one using the 200/2VR .... I LOVE this lens!

    D700 @ ISO 2000 1/160th shutter, 200/2VR @ f/2. (I added the touch of vignetting in PS)

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    Thanks guys -- it is definitely an exercise that the D3 is made for. That said, no camera is perfect. The two exposure settings demonstrate the issue -- you can either get nice smooth photos with star trails and smeared clouds/auroras etc, or you can crank up the ISO to absurd levels, shoot wide open and get your stars as points and more naturally captured auroras. It will be interesting to see if they every really remove the ISO barrier -- ISO 160,000 with no grain etc. THAT will be interesting...


    Edit: Great shot Marc! That's a lens I would love to have...I will be getting my 180/2.8 APO elmarit a Leitax mount though...that should do for me...no weddings and their need for AF and auto-aperture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    I haven't posted many Nikon shots, but I do shoot the D3/D700 a great deal at weddings ... so here's one using the 200/2VR .... I LOVE this lens!
    Very Nice!!!

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    Stuart, Your photos are beautiful.

    Marc, Love that lens. I had it for a short while and wish I would have kept it.

    Here is one from last summer. D700 and the Voigtlander 180 f/4.


    I can't wait to get out and shoot spring flowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    I haven't posted many Nikon shots, but I do shoot the D3/D700 a great deal at weddings ... so here's one using the 200/2VR .... I LOVE this lens!

    D700 @ ISO 2000 1/160th shutter, 200/2VR @ f/2. (I added the touch of vignetting in PS)
    This is really nice. I still kick myself for selling that lens. At least I used the $$ to buy some sweet Leica glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Some night shots from Skaftafell national park. Probably the darkest place I have ever been...good thing I had a D3, tripod and cable release!
    First one is from Jökulsárlón, an iceberg lagoon, though the aurora was over the parking lot...heh. Sometimes you have to take what you can get.


    These were up on a DARK mountain trail. No one around for ages. At the hotel it was me, the manager, the cook, and two guys from the Netherlands. The closest town is one direction is 72 miles and has 160 people, the other direction has a town about 75 miles away with a population of 1800. At this time of year there is basically no one around, which is fantastic...a little freaky when you have a several hundred foot drop below you onto a glacier, the trail is pitch black and you are alone.




    Exposure data is:
    1. f/4, ISO 2500, 2 minutes.
    2. f/2.8, ISO 2000, 4.5 minutes
    3. f/2.8, ISO 2000, 4.5 minutes
    4. f/2.8, ISO 12,800, 30 seconds
    5. f/2, ISO 12,800, 30 seconds

    These aren't really the greatest to be honest -- the aurora was very faint, and I did not want to follow the trail too far as it was very precarious, lots of wet, loose rock, pitch black, totally alone, carrying a lot of gear and so on. I felt I would be pushing my luck if I hiked any further. Hopefully next time I get a chance to go, I will have a parter, more aurora and maybe more time!
    These are impressive, and this last one is AMAZING!!

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    Michael, Stuart, Marc and Cindy... all impressive shots. Marc, i wish you wouldn't post shots from that lens, I'm still kicking myself for parting with it. Stuart, your shots seem to be from another planet.

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    Hey Stuart those are really cool shots. I'm still dreaming of my Iceland trip. Need to get something organized or take a workshop there. My other destination that I'm seriously considering is southwest Ireland in early September. Arrrgggh decisions

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    All of the flowers are terrific. I've been neglecting the threads here perhaps because I'm annoyed at myself for ignoring great shooting weather and wasting time on silly things instead of getting out in the spring sunshine.

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    Thanks all ... the 200/2VR has become much more viable since getting a Kirk handle for it.

    Cindy, my Voightlander 180/4 will come out of it's winter slumber soon ... that lens makes me smile because I associate it with summer shooting ... usually on Vacations. Your photo reminded me of that Also reminded me that I need to find a lens hood for it.

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    Marc - Th3 200mm lens is amazing. I've never touched it but also haven't seen a shot from it I didn't like. I remember David Farkas linking to another wedding photographer in Florida who uses that lens extensively. I guess carrying it is worth it when the bride sees shots like the one you posted. I hope she ordered that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Thanks all ... the 200/2VR has become much more viable since getting a Kirk handle for it.

    Cindy, my Voightlander 180/4 will come out of it's winter slumber soon ... that lens makes me smile because I associate it with summer shooting ... usually on Vacations. Your photo reminded me of that Also reminded me that I need to find a lens hood for it.
    Marc,
    I got my lens hood for the Voiglander 180 f4 from KevinCameras (but it was pricey). I think RobMac mentioned somewhere that he had found a source for a reasonably priced hood. You might check with him.

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    Cindy, that butterflyflowershot is stunning. Kudos

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    On the bus from work today ...
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    Very nice. Love the reflection. One with a similar effect: D300 50/1,4
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