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    Thanks Panda, Corlan, Jason. That sky was worth getting out of the sleeping bag for. My wife and I just sat watching it, unable to quite believe what we were seeing. Truly a rare gift that didn't last long. This is what it looked like 20 minutes later:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    And gotta show the guys....
    Jason with some PP you could make them guys look like the Reservoir Dogs bunch!




    Playing with rays of light, in the morning...

    "High Key"




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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Thanks Panda, Corlan, Jason. That sky was worth getting out of the sleeping bag for. My wife and I just sat watching it, unable to quite believe what we were seeing. Truly a rare gift that didn't last long. This is what it looked like 20 minutes later:
    Still pretty d**n spectacular
    Fantastic colors, again -yet in a more subdued palette. Blue Wonder. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Jason with some PP you could make them guys look like the Reservoir Dogs bunch!




    Playing with rays of light, in the morning...

    "High Key"


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    Corlan, that is just AWESOME. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Thanks Panda, Corlan, Jason. That sky was worth getting out of the sleeping bag for. My wife and I just sat watching it, unable to quite believe what we were seeing. Truly a rare gift that didn't last long. This is what it looked like 20 minutes later:
    Both are spectacular. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Great series Jason, all of them. I particularly like the light, details and sense of space in the third one, while still preserving the moment. And, in my book, for many reasons (among which, the relation between the intimacy of the moment and the suggested context of the city is unique) the first one is simply award material. Seriously.
    Yup. Couldn't agree more.

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    And gotta show the guys....

    Nice one Jason. I'd love to see this in b/w.

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    Both are spectacular. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks Lloyd. Much appreciated. Got a lot of help from the big yellow ball up there on this one though. My only merit -if any- was to be around with the kit.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yup. Couldn't agree more.
    I must add i could have said the same of your recent shot by the window.

    (instead of making a funny remark about the crop)

    Stumbled upon it again yesterday when sorting out some files... at first sight a classic, but nevertheless a very special shot.

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    Corlan... that was the idea! We were moving to a different spot shooting the boring formals, but with a lil coaxing that was the result.

    Lloyd, thought about it, but like all the colors. That being said, I'll zap a lil PP later today and we'll both see what it's like!!

    John... what sky!! Amazing!!
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    JB...Majestic Image!

    Corlan.....You Are Working It Brotha! Outstanding Minimalism...Tripping The B&W Light Fantastic...And All That Jazz!

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    Steve - as usual you're as kind as your photos are good.
    (meaning: you're too kind)

    Btw, not far from this thread, re the ongoing bokeh discussion... maybe you could chime in esp regarding the Nokt... there are some quite worthy examples in your bag of tricks to be seen there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve - as usual you're as kind as your photos are good.
    (meaning: you're too kind)

    Btw, not far from this thread, re the ongoing bokeh discussion... maybe you could chime in esp regarding the Nokt... there are some quite worthy examples in your bag of tricks to be seen there
    Thanks C!
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    Steve, sorry for not having been clear enough (embarassed i am, Yoda said)

    This is the new thread i was actually refferring to: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16894


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    Oooh... Noct... Oooh. Is it even worth getting the poor man's 1.2 in the meantime?

    Yet another tool I need to start charging more so that I can acquire!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Yet another tool I need to start charging more so that I can acquire!!
    It'd well deserverd, Jason.

    Till then, like you we'll have to try and optimize what's at hand...


    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Oooh... Noct... Oooh. Is it even worth getting the poor man's 1.2 in the meantime?
    Interestingly enough, i've asked myself the very same question (there was a super opportunity on the 50 1.2 some time ago). Then i looked at Steve's photos and thought... let's save for the real thing. Still a long shot, though

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    If you can get 85% of the performance at 15% of the price... well... that's what I'm thinking, Corlan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Again so many new wonderful captures, e.g.:

    Jorgens acrobatic one lens Truck Assembly series, great angles
    Corlans excellent B&W landscapes, his wise and kind dog and the beautiful Mother's Day flower
    Jasons excellent wedding shots and flower shots
    Leifs poetic rendition of the eternal moment when E loved J ...
    Steves touching melancholy Ol' Lady
    Matts action-packed Lake Union Duck Dodge series, the West Seattle ferry Terminal, flamingos and all
    Johns Cranes powerful Haiti images
    John Lancasters nice preserved locomotives
    Woodys beautiful blog post portraits
    Fultons as well as Tims moving Memorial Day series
    Rayyans stunning one lens series from Scandinavia; makes me want to go to Scandinavia, hey I am in Scandinavia
    my sincere kudos to all of you and also to the rest of the 49 fantastic photographers on this amazing board ...
    Two from Denmark, Scandinavia, I wish I could put the sound of the Skylark into the images
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    Steen: Thank you. Are you one of the 49? If not, then there's 50! Beautiful sensuous landscapes! The soft sky and clouds are a great backdrop for the stronger greens and yellow. The tree adds scale and a fixed point that anchors the photo.

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    Beautiful, Steen, and very Danish
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    No problem being a racing driver these days. Some of the cars even have aircon
    D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 105mm and f/2.8
    Jorgen: Great photos. Always a treat!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: You are blessed to live in such a wonderful area. We are grateful that
    you bring from that beautiful place, images captured wonderfully to share with us.
    btw..is it much different than Portland and Oregon?
    Thanks Matt, I downloaded the ' blurb' sw. very Interesting.
    Regards.
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    Did you see all those places? says Mariam. No, your grandma did.
    Are the people nice, grandpa? Of course, sweetheart..if you get close and
    start talking to them. I said.
    Mariam, do you think I am old? Nooooo!
    Neither did some of others. get close. say ' Hi '. Jorgen, my friend...no need to chimp!!
    rayyan: Colorful photos and narrative!

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    Stunning shot, Woody!! Gorgeous light.
    Woody: +1. What he said.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Thank you Lloyd and Corlan !
    Here's a backlit
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    Steen: Beautiful yellow. Is this the plant that was in your earlier landscapes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Obviously it works !
    An absolutely stunning micro capture, Leif. Beautiful rendering, remarkable details.
    Lief: +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Leif
    One from today, just documenting the high ISO performance on the D3X (well "semi-ISO" by today's standards, i guess )
    high


    D3X - ZF 50/2M @f2 - ISO1250 - natural light - handheld - NX2 standard mode - about 30% crop
    Corlan: Nice detail, selective focus, and composition.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very, very nice, Alex. And I take it from these that you're pleased with the 14-24/2.8?
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    Alex, Nice Set! Love All The Lines In # 2!
    Alex: +1, +1. Looking forward to more from your trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Great series Jason, all of them. I particularly like the light, details and sense of space in the third one, while still preserving the moment. And, in my book, for many reasons (among which, the relation between the intimacy of the moment and the suggested context of the city is unique) the first one is simply award material. Seriously.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    What a spectacular sky, John. But not only: colors, composition, the delicate foreground, and the darker horizon line in between makes the photo truly wonderful as a whole.
    Jason/John: +1, +1, I'll tag along behind Corlan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    And gotta show the guys....
    Jason: I was thinking Expanded Rat Pack!

    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Thanks Panda, Corlan, Jason. That sky was worth getting out of the sleeping bag for. My wife and I just sat watching it, unable to quite believe what we were seeing. Truly a rare gift that didn't last long. This is what it looked like 20 minutes later:
    John: Beautiful, rare, photos. Thanks for sharing.

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    Corlan, that is just AWESOME. Love it.
    Corlan: +1. Nice experiment. What's the horizontal surface?

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    Seagulls everywhere! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: Nice detail, selective focus, and composition.
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: +1. Nice experiment. What's the horizontal surface?
    Thanks Matt

    The horizontal surface is actually... vertical . It's a old, white painted door. The key is actually hanging from the keyring, main key attached to the door lock.


    Nice seagulls. Like the first one, quite smooth and the window like, rectangular frames in the backround make an interesting composition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Matt

    The horizontal surface is actually... vertical . It's a old, white painted door. The key is actually hanging from the keyring, main key attached to the door lock.
    Nice seagulls. Like the first one, quite smooth and the window like, rectangular frames in the backround make an interesting composition.
    Corlan: Thanks. That seagull was a poser. I look at your photo and i can't make it a vertical surface in my mind's eye. The light and shadow give it topography and the angled lines create a vector and an implied vanishing point (at first glance, obviously not correct). Minimalist, but complicated perceptually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steen: Thank you. Are you one of the 49? (...)
    Nop', see the headline I've used for some time now ...

    I hereby sugggest that the next time our fun thread is over quota, we name the new thread 49 Fantastic Photographers and me


    (P.S. Thank you, Matt, for your kind comments on my recent landscapes !)
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    (...) Steen: Beautiful yellow. Is this the plant that was in your earlier landscapes? (...)
    Yes, from the same type of yellow fields. I believe the plant is called Oil Seed Rape in english ?

    Here's another shot

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    Matt, your seagull shot with the people and the skyline in the background is priceless. Wonderfull angle, framing and perpective


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    2. D3s; 70-300 VR; 220mm; 1/1250s @ f/5.6; ISO 250


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Yes, from the same type of yellow fields. I believe the plant is called Oil Seed Rape in english ?

    Here's another shot


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    This one's very nice too, Steen.
    Many different angles you're using in this series, each one with an appropriate effect. Like the last one a lot.

    (btw the foregroung makes me think of... well, you know)

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    Thanks a lot, my friend

    (Sorry for being dense with regards to the foreground)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Thanks a lot, my friend

    (Sorry for being dense with regards to the foreground)
    Not at all, what i meant was that the left side with a 45 angle was reminiscent of the field (oilseed rape? colza?) shot i posted some time ago, after your own yellow field...

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    Couple of days ago, after a session for some commercial shots in the garden... we had a nice light.

    Simple things... in black, and white:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Not at all, what i meant was that the left side with a 45 angle was reminiscent of the field (oilseed rape? colza?) shot i posted some time ago, after your own yellow field...
    Ahh, now I get it, you mean our usual capture synchronization. No surprise here.
    I guess we will be in sync until ... err ... until the day the sun rises in West ... or Jorgen parts with his Tamron 17-55

    Btw: Lovely "Simple things ... in black, and white" !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Yes, from the same type of yellow fields. I believe the plant is called Oil Seed Rape in english ?

    Here's another shot

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    That's a beauty. You've been rockin' the landscapes, Steen. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Couple of days ago, after a session for some commercial shots in the garden... we had a nice light.

    Simple things... in black, and white:

    D3X - ZF 50/2M
    That's quite the stunning image, Corlan. Beautiful light, and a wonderful b/w conversion.

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    Another of my 'odd' steam machines... This one is a two-foot gauge NG/G16 Garratt on the Welsh Highland Railway - built in Manchester for South Africa in 1958 and repatriated in the mid-1990s. This shot was taken a couple of days ago - we've had marvellous weather here in North Wales for the past couple of weeks.

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    Ha a shoot cancel on me this morning. I guess sick kids don't want portraits done. That gave me a chance to try some lighting out with poor Miso. All shots with the D700 105DC and SB600's

    Multiple strobes





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    And per Lloyd's request...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Matt, your seagull shot with the people and the skyline in the background is priceless. Wonderfull angle, framing and perpective
    My thoughts exactly!! Love that one!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    And per Lloyd's request...
    Yup. That'll do... maybe a little vingette, eh?

    Nice lighting tests. Good to have a willing model!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlancasterd View Post
    Another of my 'odd' steam machines... This one is a two-foot gauge NG/G16 Garratt on the Welsh Highland Railway - built in Manchester for South Africa in 1958 and repatriated in the mid-1990s. This shot was taken a couple of days ago - we've had marvellous weather here in North Wales for the past couple of weeks.

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    Another very cool machine... and a nice image. (I'm jealous of your weather!!)

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    Seagulls everywhere! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Sharp Right Down To The Red Spot On Hid Beak! Nice Grab Matt!

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    Yes, from the same type of yellow fields. I believe the plant is called Oil Seed Rape in english ?

    Here's another shot

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    Beautiful Flow & Transition Steen!

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    Couple of days ago, after a session for some commercial shots in the garden... we had a nice light.

    Simple things... in black, and white:



    D3X - ZF 50/2M
    Absolutely Stupendous!!! Love It!

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    Another of my 'odd' steam machines... This one is a two-foot gauge NG/G16 Garratt on the Welsh Highland Railway - built in Manchester for South Africa in 1958 and repatriated in the mid-1990s. This shot was taken a couple of days ago - we've had marvellous weather here in North Wales for the past couple of weeks.

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    Ha a shoot cancel on me this morning. I guess sick kids don't want portraits done. That gave me a chance to try some lighting out with poor Miso. All shots with the D700 105DC and SB600's

    Multiple strobes

    Love The Whole Set But This Is My Favorite!
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    And per Lloyd's request...

    Sharp In B&W!

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    D700, R 80 Lux

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    D700, R 80 Lux
    Ok, that's a wow image. (and there you go, taunting me with that 80 Lux again~)

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    Ok, that's a wow image. (and there you go, taunting me with that 80 Lux again~)
    Thanks Buddy !

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    Steve: I wish I had taken that.

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    Yes, from the same type of yellow fields. I believe the plant is called Oil Seed Rape in english ?

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    Steen: Brilliant.

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    Thanks Panda, Corlan, Jason. That sky was worth getting out of the sleeping bag for. My wife and I just sat watching it, unable to quite believe what we were seeing. Truly a rare gift that didn't last long. This is what it looked like 20 minutes later:
    John: Delightful. Captivating.

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    D3X - ZF 50/2M
    Corian: Superbly captured. WOW.!!

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    Jason: Lovely, for me though the color one is outstanding.

    The talent here is mind boggling.

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    Istanbul. Sirkeci. 0200hrs.

    Ayesha had gone to sleep. As had almost all others in the city. I had a date.

    Date with the track maintenance crew. Working now, so that others could travel safely in the morning..


    I talked about myself, my family, my kids, my home. They told me about theirs.

    They told me about things to photograph in the mornings.

    I told them I was not much interested in the beautiful masonry.

    I had come to know, hear, feel and respect the masons. They understood.

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    Oh no... what is this 80 Lux? I love the results, although it's mainly the guy behind the lens pulling this one off.

    Rayran.. Wow. Fantastic image and even better story.
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    Raj was generous to invite me to have lunch with his family. Raj, I said, can

    I take a few photographs of your family?

    Should we stand outside?, he said.

    No Raj, I said. Stay where you are.

    I shall come close.


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