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    Hi There, there are great picture threads on the Leica M and small sensor forums, this place is hotting up, so I thought I'd get one going here.

    So, let's have pictures you think are funny, you're pleased with, or you think show some relevant point with respect to the hardware . . . . or anything else you fancy!

    Here goes:

    A wolf in sheep's clothing (D3 ISO 200 f6.3 24-70)
    I'd like to think I would see it in my garden a bit more often, but it's just a courtesy car, and it's going back this afternoon.




    Working Late (D3 6400 ISO f5.6 24-70)



    Cash Crisis (D3 24-70, ISO 200


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    Here's a couple more rural shots:

    Finger lickin' good (D3 70-300 1.640th f5.6)

    (actually, he'd be as tough as an old boot)

    Suffolk skies (D3 14-24 f6.3)


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    Jono - Your thread was looking lonesome so I thought I'd reply and ask about using the i-mac. How do you find it for accurate picture editing? Has it turned out to be the right choice for the job? I really need a well spec'ed Mac Pro, I might have to live with an i-mac; in my case because of real cash crisis. [And which model i-mac is that?].

    As an exiled Cornishman I'd like to thank you for not torturing me in this forum with pictures of Cornish beaches as you did in another place.

    ............. Chris

    Damnit - I can sense you warming up to post Cornish pictures.......

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    Hi Jono,

    Sounds like fun. Here are a couple to start.

    Desert Palm:

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    Urban Palm

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    ISO 10000:

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    Here's one from a few days ago. Just testing my ability to focus a new lens acquisition on my daughter, my usual (though sometimes reluctant) test subject.

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    From the olden days with the D200. Half Moon Bay Pumpkin and Art Festival...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Jono - Your thread was looking lonesome so I thought I'd reply and ask about using the i-mac. How do you find it for accurate picture editing? Has it turned out to be the right choice for the job? I really need a well spec'ed Mac Pro, I might have to live with an i-mac; in my case because of real cash crisis. [And which model i-mac is that?].

    As an exiled Cornishman I'd like to thank you for not torturing me in this forum with pictures of Cornish beaches as you did in another place.

    ............. Chris

    Damnit - I can sense you warming up to post Cornish pictures.......
    Hi Chris
    Thank you so much - I thought it was looking a little forlorn as well.
    I really like my imac (I have the 24" with 4gb RAM). The screen is a great deal better than my rather elderly 23" apple cinema display.

    the real answer is that I really like it, but perhaps I'm not terribly critical!



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    ..... I am going to punish you........Cape Cornwall........
    Jono Jono Jono - You weren't to know, but I think of Cape Cornwall most days. The place haunts me and I'll be there in a shot if I ever get my finances better. Your picture shook me, but thank you anyway.

    For those who don't know; Cornwall is the most South Westerly County of the UK mainland, it has an extraordinary coastline, and Cape Cornwall is very close to the the mainland's most Westerly point - Land's End. The latter is a tacky hell, Cape Cornwall is hardly known and just fabulous.

    I tried to post a Cornish picture of my own Jono but Photoshop keeps crashing.

    Aaaahhhhhh ............... the old country.........

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    Jono - congrats on your D3 purchase.

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    Hi There
    Sorry, I'm being slow on the uptake!
    Greg:
    I love the palms - great idea and nicely done, though I've no idea what the man made palm is?! The sultry girl is also wonderful - and sultry (what could be better).

    Kurt:
    delicate and sweet looking girl . . I think I've permanently damaged my boys by taking pictures of them! I love the composition, the slight tension and white block to counterbalance her face - all good stuff

    Gromit my friend:
    these are just great - mooning rules (lovely shots both of them)

    Chris: Whereabouts in Cornwall did you live? I'll see if I can torment you some more!

    Peter: Thanks for the congratulations, I'll try and do it justice (and vice versa I trust).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    .... Whereabouts in Cornwall did you live? ....
    Jono - Liskeard, South East Cornwall. About 8 miles in-land from Looe, and Polperro, about 3 miles from Bodmin Moor. I was at college for couple of years in Camborne, lived for a while in Portreath. I have unfinished work from Cornwall, here's an old Plaubel Makina 6x7 shot from Liskeard cattle market. [Fabulous rangefinder camera by the way, with a wonderful Nikon lens custom made for the Makina].

    ............. Chris

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    Hi Chris - have we had this discussion before at the other place (my memory is terrible).
    Liskeard I don't know (I was brought up on St Ives). I did go to Camborne Tech for a year myself to finish off my A levels . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    Sorry, I'm being slow on the uptake!
    Greg:
    I love the palms - great idea and nicely done, though I've no idea what the man made palm is?! The sultry girl is also wonderful - and sultry (what could be better).

    Hi Jono,

    Love the Cape Cornwal shot! Where's the Nikon version!

    Here's a shot of Cousin Itt from the Addams family and a contrasting shot taken by my sultry Daughter :



    Her version of Cousin Itt and the rest of his family:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    ... (I was brought up on St Ives). I did go to Camborne Tech for a year myself to finish off my A levels . . .
    Jono - I have mentioned I was an exile, but I seriously doubt your memory could be worse than mine. Yep, me too - Camborne Tech to do appallingly at 'A' levels.

    ............. Chris

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    Here's one, S3 and 80-200 AF-S @ 185mm and f/4.0. The guards tried to remove me from the location, but I was persistent, and ended up sitting more or less under the nose of that monster, taking photos still


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Jono - Liskeard, South East Cornwall. About 8 miles in-land from Looe, and Polperro, about 3 miles from Bodmin Moor. I was at college for couple of years in Camborne, lived for a while in Portreath. I have unfinished work from Cornwall, here's an old Plaubel Makina 6x7 shot from Liskeard cattle market. [Fabulous rangefinder camera by the way, with a wonderful Nikon lens custom made for the Makina].

    ............. Chris
    Chris,

    Great shot! Love the way the gentleman has his head cocked just like his dogs! I guess he's picked up a few of their mannerisms...

    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Jono - I have mentioned I was an exile, but I seriously doubt your memory could be worse than mine. Yep, me too - Camborne Tech to do appallingly at 'A' levels.

    ............. Chris

    You will know this place then [this time Mamiya7].
    I certainly do know that place
    we used to dive off the bandstand when we were kids to pick up pennies the tourists threw in.
    They knocked down the lovely granite wall because the beatniks used to sit on it . . . and everything started flooding

    So, when were you at the dreaded Camborne Tech? (I asked first).
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    Greg - Thank you, glad you like it - it's from a large body of work I can't get out.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    ..when were you at the dreaded Camborne Tech?
    Jono - I guess it was 69-72. I've been trying in vain to post an image but only succeeded in wasting huge amounts of time. I'll look back later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Jono - I guess it was 69-72. I've been trying in vain to post an image but only succeeded in wasting huge amounts of time. I'll look back later.

    ............... Chris
    Hmmm

    Neville Murray
    Bill Mumford
    Francis Bacon
    Wynn Jones

    ring any bells for you? (it's possible that you were there just after me). I remember a lecturer's three wheeler being wedged between trees by the rugby team. There were a lot of drugs . . . . . oh, a LOT of drugs!

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    Street Photography of the third kind:

    D3, 14-70


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    I like it, Jono; and you're close in like all good street photography. The horse is obviously thinking, "I better not see this on the web!"


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    ...and I can't resist adding this one, which I assume most people won't like:


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    IR and UV captures using what were Nikon cams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Alland View Post
    I like it, Jono; and you're close in like all good street photography. The horse is obviously thinking, "I better not see this on the web!"
    Maybe, but I'm not sure that there are many people who'd look that nonchalant with a Nikon 24-70 6 inches from their faces!



    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Alland View Post
    ...and I can't resist adding this one, which I assume most people won't like:


    Namibia | D300 | 70-200mm

    Why would you assume that? I think it's fine - without searching too far back in the archives (day before yesterday?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    [IMG]


    IR and UV captures using what were Nikon cams.
    HI Vivek - all interesting, but this one is wonderful. Other-Worldly indeed.

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    A couple of my boys...

    Gromit, the avatar source:





    Bodhi, having fun in the snow:





    Another day, not so much...

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    ...and I can't resist adding this one, which I assume most people won't like:


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    Mitch,
    I really like this one. (I will say though, that on my monitor, there is a big blob on the top right. I'm wondering if it is sensor dust?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post

    Vivek,
    This is the most captivating IR shot that I have ever seen.
    I like the way that the fence is leading the eye into the shot and how the dog is looking at the couple...and I'm wondering where they are going?

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    Threatening skies:

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    I spent some time walking through Lakeside park today. The bandstand in the background dates from the 1880's.
    D300 and 28-70 f/2.8

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    Something from the garden last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Something from the garden last summer.
    Beuhooo.....Lush color of petals & droplets of water
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    I liked the patterns and textures in this one:

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    I forgot I'd taken these. Something to look forward to again this summer, hope you don't mind one more of the Glads.

    Thanks, Helen!
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    Thanks Jono and Cindy! (That was captured using a Customized Nikon cam with the 18-55 AFS G II @ 18mm and f/8. This is the best Nikon lens for IR)

    Here is an IR Macro:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Seitz View Post
    I liked the patterns and textures in this one:
    Greg,
    This is very striking. I bet it would be wonderful in black and white, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I forgot I'd taken these. Something to look forward to again this summer, hope you don't mind one more of the Glads.

    Thanks, Helen!
    Tim,
    I thought the first glad shot was beautiful, but this is even more stunning. I am wondering how you lit it and what lens you used.

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    Thank you Cindy. The lighting is good old fashioned sunshine. In the case of the second shot, I had over exposed it a bit and had to compensate in PS. The processing in both does seem to give it a slight "artificially lit" look. Lens is the 70 -200VR. ~150mm, 200 at 5.6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    ..... I remember a lecturer's three wheeler being wedged between trees by the rugby team.....
    Jono - No, the names do not ring any definite bells with me, but I do remember the rather eccentric lecturer whose three wheeler seemed to be a target for bullyish revenge. Apparently it had no reverse so the challenge was to wedge it in challenging spots. I never did figure out how they got it jammed in a corner on the flat roof of one of the education blocks. Somehow I missed the drugs, not through any foresight on my part - but glad I did.

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    Greg,
    This is very striking. I bet it would be wonderful in black and white, too.
    Hi Cindy,

    Appreciate the comment. Here's my attempt at a B&W version:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks Jono and Cindy! (That was captured using a Customized Nikon cam with the 18-55 AFS G II @ 18mm and f/8. This is the best Nikon lens for IR)

    Here is an IR Macro
    Vivek: The image of the eye is amazing. A tiny bit creepy somehow. It reminds of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: Space Odyssey. Cool.

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    Another day, not so much...
    Hi Gromitspapa - this one is wonderful - that look!

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    Hi There
    Four from today

    Blue and white jug, red aga and sunshine


    narcissi and evening sunshine


    Walsham le Willows


    Cowslip and front lawn


    First two and last with 24-70, third with the 14-24

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    Ran into this friendly chap in Singapore the other day. Don't remember his name, but he said he used to appear in crosswords a lot. D200 with Nikkor 18-200.


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    A couple of my boys...

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    Bodhi, having fun in the snow:


    Another day, not so much...
    Are they Shi Tzu's or Lhasas? Very cute! My 10 yr old daughter wants to forward a copy of Gromit's picture to some of her friends. Do I have your permission GP?
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    Thanks! They're Shih Tzus. Absolutely your daughter can use the pic. I'm flattered.

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    One from me ^.^
    Nikon D50 + Sea&Sea Housing

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    D300 + Nikkor AIS 2.8/28mm

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    Nice shots folks , I love the look of the underwater shot . Very 3d looking
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