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    D700 + ZF 100mm Makro Planar




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    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    We're grateful you're here with us, Rayyan. And your work is more than worthy of positive accolades.

    That said, I also find this an unusual forum. I've spent some time on others, and the attitudes there could not be more different. It's amazing to me what the relative anonymity of the the Internet somehow encourages people to do. I think that some folks may one day have their lack of decorum come back to haunt them... they're not as anonymous as they think!

    Here we have what I've called before a "mutual inspiration association". I'm grateful that's the case, and I draw on that constantly. Like I said, you sir, have become an important part of that association (very much on the "inspiration" part, and equally on the "mutual"), and I, for one, and glad you're here!
    Very well said, Lloyd. I sign my name under every word you wrote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Matt, this Eagle fellow looks like the real life, boat equivalent of Pixar's Cars. You do have a sharp eye for detecting this kind of "expressions". I just keep looking back at it, and my better half on my side carries a large smile. Love the humorful spirit!
    (thanks for the confirmation about the slight crop)
    Lloyd: was not aware of that lens. Seems pretty good -you sure do a good job with it.
    Corlan: Thanks. I was thinking "Toon town" but Pixar's cars fits! It makes me smile too! I probably crop too much. I've settled on 1x1 or 2x3 vertical/horizontal; but the digital sensors make it easy to crop and get good images. Wasn't an issue when we were shooting slides.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...Matt: Honored my friend. Matt I very rarely take grab shots of people. Very rarely. Try and get to know them. Spend time with them. Forget about me.
    Go with what they were doing. Click. No secret; just be nice to people...
    works like a charm all around the world I have been too. I have to dig up
    my journey across the States. South, Mid, West, New York..never failed
    me. Make 'em feel you are no threat to them or theirs. Click....Best Regards.
    rayyan: Your's is the best approach. It seems to draw the essential character out of your of your subjects, and into your images. I probably shoot and run too much.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, Lloyd: Vulgarly magnificent. Flowers cannot be captured that beautifully. Its a fake; fake I tell myself. But you guys do it routinely. Lovely work and thank you both for sharing.

    Matt: Droll; the smell of the water, the movement of the boats. the framing.
    I am there!

    Thanks for the sights and smell of the sea.
    Rayyan: Thank you!

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    Thought I would throw in a couple of flower shots!! Grabbed the D700 and the 50mm for the day...



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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Very well said, Lloyd. I sign my name under every word you wrote.
    Me too. There's a positive and respectful attitude here. I'm convinced that this is partly because many of us have chosen not to hide behind an alias here.
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    Ditto on the "mutual inspiration association". Real nice community of posters, a fine mix of maturity, respect, and creativity.


    Rayyan: great, great portraiture again. You might have posted the b&w one previously in a smaller form. It's still as intense, and the more in this larger presentation. It'd have a great impact, printed at an equivalent size on a exhibition wall.


    Jason: nice colors. Your daisies scream "Spring!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corian: Thank you. My friend, it is not the majestic mountains nor the small hills that matter. It is us, the travellers, and how we took those minute steps. Through the mountains or through the beautiful ' s' curves and bends
    of life.

    A perfect traveller's photo. The one where the traveller saw more than the small hill or sensed the purpose of the pylon.

    Regards.
    Thanks Rayyan, it's very considerate.

    And i do agree on the minute steps, not only photography wise but as a general philosophy of life.



    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Like the lines,contrast & subtle clouds floating in the background. Nice Image C!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    The road pulling you into the trees. The composition reminds me of lifes journey. Obstacles,Beauty & Uncertainty. Excellent , Corlan!
    Thanks Sir for taking the time to put these thoughts into words.

    The second part finds a unexpected (or not) echo: this road is one of the two choices i have oretty much everytime i want, need or have to catch up with "modern civilization". Even though it's a slower, tougher ride i opt for this one whenever possible. Haven't thoroughly figured why out, but indeed i see this first segment as a parabole of a journey, everytime.

    (even when it's only about getting bread for diner. What an eventful day )

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    What a moving and enlightening exchange of ideas! I feel elevated. Thank you, gentlemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    What a moving and enlightening exchange of ideas! I feel elevated. Thank you, gentlemen.
    Yes. Just so, Osman. I wholeheartedly agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    D700 + ZF 100mm Makro Planar

    Thanks for looking.
    Yet another powerful portrait. Most excellent work. Much more is conveyed here than a simple picture.

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    Since we're talking about macro lenses... the -barely 1:2- ZF 50 Makro in action:








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    Above is not a crop, but directly from a 30" print file.

    Here's a crop:






    And another take:



    D3X - ZF 50/2M - NX2 + PS/CS4
    (natural light, handheld, noise from processing and extra sharpening (crop) from print preparation)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Above is not a crop, but directly from a 30" print file.

    Here's a crop:

    And another take:

    D3X - ZF 50/2M - NX2 + PS/CS4
    (natural light, handheld, noise from processing and extra sharpening (crop) from print preparation)
    Very nice indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thought I would throw in a couple of flower shots!! Grabbed the D700 and the 50mm for the day...


    Pretty shot with an almost fisheye effect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Since we're talking about macro lenses... the -barely 1:2- ZF 50 Makro in action:








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    Crisp,Creamy & Dreamy...Excellent C!

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    Yet another powerful portrait. Most excellent work. Much more is conveyed here than a simple picture.
    Rayyan...I Agree With My Buddy Wholeheartedly!!!

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    Lloyd, Steve, Corian. Osman:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We were going where the electric pylons and the ski tracks would be a memory.
    It was a formidable climb. We had the greatest respect for the Alps.
    We failed...this time. We would be back. It will remember us as we shall
    remember it. We failed with honor. It won with dignity. The next time we
    shall be amongst friends. The Matterhorn is a tough hombre for sure.
    rayyan: Great view and photo! The best thing to know in mountain climbing is when to turn back. Next time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    ...Shooting a wedding Sunday in one of my favorite locations in Chicago. Look for some good stuff early next week!!!
    For now, here's a few from a recent wedding....

    Jason: Nice! I like these two. Great color and captured moments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ...
    No majestic mountains here, just small hills... and some S-curves:
    Corlan: Wonderful lines and composition in this photo! Very dynamic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    You 2 are getting macro deep! Really Gorgeous Stuff Guy's!
    Steve: Thanks. It's fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Matt: LOL. That is really funny. I'm with Corlan. Well seen. ...
    Lloyd: Thank you.

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    Thanks for looking.
    Rayyan: These are masterful! You should do a Blurb book with your people photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Very well said, Lloyd. I sign my name under every word you wrote.
    rayyan: +1. i agree with Osman.

    Lloyd: Well said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thought I would throw in a couple of flower shots!! Grabbed the D700 and the 50mm for the day...

    Jason: Nicely done!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Since we're talking about macro lenses... the -barely 1:2- ZF 50 Makro in action:

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    Corlan: Beautiful shot. The background, contrast, razor thin DOF, and detail are terrific. Abstract.

    Everybody: Great discourse!

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.


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    A nice moment, and great control of the light in that one. Is that the VR version of the lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A nice moment, and great control of the light in that one. Is that the VR version of the lens?
    Lloyd: Thanks. Yes it is. Left that out. I also forgot to note that this is at 300mm. It's relatively compact and so far, I'm impressed with the IQ. Stealthy range. This might have worked better with both of them in focus? I locked focus on him and then recomposed. He's sharp as a tack. BTW this wasn't cropped at all. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Since we're talking about macro lenses... the -barely 1:2- ZF 50 Makro in action:


    Corain: what a beautiful capture. The light and the dof is superb.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Pretty shot with an almost fisheye effect!
    Jason: +1 to what Steve says.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Rayyan: These are masterful! You should do a Blurb book with your people photos.

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    Matt: Thanks a lot Matt. Book?

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: This really warms my heart. genuine moment, a genuine smile. Wonderful.

    Regards.

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    Somewhere along the Canadian-American border....

    Could you slow down and keep left please, Ayesha; I said.

    Why? she said. 'cause 5 mts to your right we are in the States!

    Great, said Ayesha. Another country. Doesn't look different from here!

    It will if that monstrous Coast Guard raft gets hold of us on the right, I said.

    Whooppee..she said. Will we be in the news Rayyan?

    I will kill you, if you don't get over to your left; we shall be in the news then for sure.

    Smile and wave to them....Have a nice day sir...


    I am taking over, I said. But Rayyan, you are not a good swimmer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Nice detail in his beard & Excellent Grab Matt!

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    Rayyan, funny,cute story & always nice to see your Beautiful Wife Smiling!

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    Thanks guys for the kind comments. Much appreciated, as always.
    For some reason that macro (the first one) is a favorite in my own stack and i keep getting back at it. Still can't figure out exactly why.


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Thanks. Yes it is. Left that out. I also forgot to note that this is at 300mm. It's relatively compact and so far, I'm impressed with the IQ. Stealthy range. This might have worked better with both of them in focus? I locked focus on him and then recomposed. He's sharp as a tack. BTW this wasn't cropped at all. Cheers, Matt

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    Maybe both, or her, in focus... anyway, a real nice grab of a nice moment Matt. Lens IQ looks indeed pretty good.

    Reminds me of one you previous shot with a youngster reading with cars passing by. It was excellent, too. Was it the same lens?



    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, funny,cute story & always nice to see your Beautiful Wife Smiling!
    +1. Funny and cute indeed!

    (where we learn though that not only you two have fun by throwing each other over planes, mountains, bridges etc. but also occasionally threatening each other with less than idle threats. No boring romance there )

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    Less black and white, more color.
    Was walking in the woods, not a soul, but a lot of traffic in those trees...


    Green Light


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Less black and white, more color.
    Was walking in the woods, not a soul, but a lot of traffic in those trees...


    Green Light
    At once beautiful, and mysterious. Well done.

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    Corlan, "Thoreau" Peacefulness! Love It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, funny,cute story & always nice to see your Beautiful Wife Smiling!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post


    +1. Funny and cute indeed!
    Steve, Corian: Thanks. The zf 50 Makro is some lens!!

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    At once beautiful, and mysterious. Well done.
    Corian: +1 to what Lloyd says.

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    One more from the set...




    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One more from the set...

    Thanks.
    Another powerful portrait. A thousand stories etched on that face. I really like the high key, slightly low contrast, processing here.

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    Hi Guys-still learning the ropes here and already posted this image in the wrong thread, so thanks to Lloyd I'm posting here as well (thanks Lloyd). This is another image made in Haiti this past March. Shot with my beloved F6 on Ilford HP5+ (at rated 400) with the 70-200 VR I (yes, I still love to shoot film, mostly because of the F6).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Hi Guys-still learning the ropes here and already posted this image in the wrong thread, so thanks to Lloyd I'm posting here as well (thanks Lloyd). This is another image made in Haiti this past March. Shot with my beloved F6 on Ilford HP5+ (at rated 400) with the 70-200 VR I (yes, I still love to shoot film, mostly because of the F6).
    This is a powerful image, John. Truly. Love the tonality of the b/w, but the message is what matters with this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another powerful portrait. A thousand stories etched on that face. I really like the high key, slightly low contrast, processing here.
    + 1!

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    This is a powerful image, John. Truly. Love the tonality of the b/w, but the message is what matters with this one.
    Agree With Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another powerful portrait. A thousand stories etched on that face. I really like the high key, slightly low contrast, processing here.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    + 1!
    Lloyd, Steve: Thank you my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Hi Guys-still learning the ropes here and already posted this image in the wrong thread, so thanks to Lloyd I'm posting here as well (thanks Lloyd). This is another image made in Haiti this past March. Shot with my beloved F6 on Ilford HP5+ (at rated 400) with the 70-200 VR I (yes, I still love to shoot film, mostly because of the F6).
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This is a powerful image, John. Truly. Love the tonality of the b/w, but the message is what matters with this one.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Agree With Lloyd!
    John: Truly a powerful image. Taken with sensitivity. Hallmark of a great
    photographer. use of film lends more to the image imho.

    Excellent sir.

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    My Old,Old Lady.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    My Old,Old Lady.


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    Steve: What a beautiful picture of a grand lady. So Huggable. The R isn't something to scoff at either!

    Lovely capture of a loved one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve: What a beautiful picture of a grand lady. So Huggable. The R isn't something to scoff at either!

    Lovely capture of a loved one.

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    Thanks Friend!

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    Ahh... another dog lover. what a sweetheart. I like how her bangs are covering her eyes. well done.
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    At once beautiful, and mysterious. Well done.
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    Corian: +1 to what Lloyd says.
    Thanks gentleman.
    Steve, it's not Walden butyou're right the place put you in a Thoreau disposition. Looking closely There's even a hut in the scenery (or a symbol, depending), but it's situated a bit higher than Thoreau's.


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    One more from the set...
    Great addition to the set.
    I keep on visualizing huge print in a hall for these.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Hi Guys-still learning the ropes here and already posted this image in the wrong thread, so thanks to Lloyd I'm posting here as well (thanks Lloyd). This is another image made in Haiti this past March. Shot with my beloved F6 on Ilford HP5+ (at rated 400) with the 70-200 VR I (yes, I still love to shoot film, mostly because of the F6).
    A poignant subject, and another perfect capture, John.
    As said before, love your work. Glad you found your way around in this board, looking forward to see some more and maybe hear some of the stories behind the scenes.

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    One for those who appreciate my photos of 'odd' machinery...

    Ffestiniog Railway Double Fairlie Merddin Emrys starting away from Tan y Bwlch station on 24 May (D700, 16-35 f4 VRII, ISO 800)

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