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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Wooo!! As a sidenote, shot was picked up!

    http://www.demotix.com/news/353128/c...tanley-cup-win
    Congrats, Jason, well deserved

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    Matt: excellent. Love the first one, where the contrast in expression and attitude between the two vendors is priceless. The (better" "MOVE" above the second one's head is a nice addiction, too.


    Rayyan: +1 on both Steve and Lloyd's comments above. Hamza is a fast learner.


    Jason: terrific catch! One you tipically cannot "organize".
    I've been following Game 6 live last night and the thrilling overtime. No street craze here though

    Now we just have to wait for Steve's similar PJ work from "The Finals"...

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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    Tuesday's post. D700 plus 85mm f1.4 Nikkor at f1.4:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Wooo!! As a sidenote, shot was picked up!

    http://www.demotix.com/news/353128/c...tanley-cup-win
    Hey! Very nice. Congrats.

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    Tuesday's post. D700 plus 85mm f1.4 Nikkor at f1.4:
    Nice moment, Woody.

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    Shutting down the street...

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    Another Nice One Jason & Big Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Now we just have to wait for Steve's similar PJ work from "The Finals"...
    C, You'll Have To Settle For Shots Of Ashwin In Boston Tomorrow & Other Classified Images...

    Meeting Him At 7:30 am At The Commons....Should Be Fun...

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    You Called It From The Get-Go Jason! Congrats & Great Capture!
    + 1 million. Great shot

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    Woody, Soulful Emotion Caught! Well Done!

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    Woody... wonderful!!

    That lens is on my list... with a rumored AF-S w/ VR tho!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Magic Light Here & More Lesson's To Be Learned.....! Keep Em Coming Rayyan!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Powerful stuff, Rayyan. Hamza has a great teacher. We should all be so lucky... we should all learn, and make it different.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan: +1 on both Steve and Lloyd's comments above. Hamza is a fast learner.
    Steve, Lloyd, Corian: Thanks guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Shutting down the street...

    Jason: This one is way way cooool!

    Regards.

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    This is how it started.

    How Anna got to show me what she had down there...


    in the wine cellar.

    But some stories are better left unsaid. It was dark down there but she did know where the buttons were..for the lights to go on!!

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    Rayran.. thanks, and nice image. Prague?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    This is how it started.

    How Anna got to show me what she had down there...

    in the wine cellar.

    But some stories are better left unsaid. It was dark down there but she did know where the buttons were..for the lights to go on!!
    You're too funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Rayran.. thanks, and nice image. Prague?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    You're too funny!
    Jason, Lloyd: Thanks. Yes sir, Prague.

    Lloyd, see the next post I am going to do. I am stupid too!! man how stupid can I be.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Well, I am kind of gone for the time being. Personal challenges plus job assignments prohibits me from taking the time needed to make the photos I would have liked to make. Still, I do take photos, and I experiment with equipment to find a setup that will work for motor-racing as well as for weddings or product shots. I should buy a D700, right?
    Jorgen: I think, and apparently Corlan does too, that it's an incredible camera. I sold mine to get the D3s; but, once a week, at least, I miss it. I'll have another version of it by the end of the year. They're also starting to be discounted a bit. And, a big +, we wouldn't have to look for your photos on the m4/3's forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Why are we here grandpa?, asked Hamza, sitting down besides me.
    I want to tell you a story about this place Hamza, I said. Like in Rome.
    No grandpa. said Hamza, let me tell you. I hear the stones too!
    For the next 20 minutes Hamza told me a story.
    Hamza got somethings mixed up..
    But he was listening to the stones..speaking in whispers. As if sharing a secret.
    Hamza would pause sometimes; as if listening carefully...
    Hamza stood up. Looked around.
    Do you know what happened here grandpa? Hamza asked.
    The same as always, grandpa. The same as always. said Hamza as
    he threw a small pebble back into the ruins
    This is were it belongs, said Hamza. Grandpa, why don't they ever learn?
    I don't know Hamza.
    Maybe they think it would be different this time grandapa, said Hamza.
    Hamza was learning, learning fast.
    rayyan: Brilliant! You (and your family, of course) have done well with Hamza. Those stones tell a more current story, of course.

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    I had the books from Amazon. lots of them.

    I had DVDs showing me how.

    I practically knew the exposures in my mind. Night or day. Without thinking I could do it. I had it perfected...

    I wanted to know how to photograph trees. simple trees.

    Step 1: Find a tree...


    Step 2: Go home... but I did find something interesting. maybe people
    looking for forests.


    Lesson: Never Ever Assume.
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    Matt: Bit early for you, no? Now you are smoking my friend.
    I particularly like the first and the third. Life at is lived.
    Regards.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love the "Face" In #1 & The Semi Mo Hawk In 3! Great Color & Sharpness Too!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    More great stuff, Matt. Nice slice-of-life moments.
    You're sure tempting me on this lens. (and camera). Stunning color. Very impressive.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Matt: excellent. Love the first one, where the contrast in expression and attitude between the two vendors is priceless. The (better" "MOVE" above the second one's head is a nice addiction, too. ...
    Rayyan/Steve/Lloyd/Corlan: Thank you all for your for your kind comments.
    rayyan: Bit late! My wife yelled at me.
    Lloyd: The D3s's sensational! I'm surprised that they don't make a bigger deal about the changed sensor's IQ. Lens is excellent too (and cheaper)>

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Wooo Hoooo!! Chicago Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup!
    And my neighborhood turned into this!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Wooo!! As a sidenote, shot was picked up!
    http://www.demotix.com/news/353128/c...tanley-cup-win
    Jason: What's the "Stanley Cup"?
    Congratulations. Great "fanatic" photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I had the books from Amazon. lots of them.

    I had DVDs showing me how.

    I practically knew the exposures in my mind. Night or day. Without thinking I could do it. I had it perfected...

    I wanted to know how to photograph trees. simple trees.

    Step 1: Find a tree...

    Step 2: Go home... but I did find something interesting. maybe people
    looking for forests.


    Lesson: Never Ever Assume.
    Wow! Never assume indeed. Looks, at the least, like you're less stupid than someone else!

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    Nice moment, Woody.
    Woody: +1, nice composition and pp, also.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Another Nice One Jason & Big Congrats!
    Jason: +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    C, You'll Have To Settle For Shots Of Ashwin In Boston Tomorrow & Other Classified Images...
    Meeting Him At 7:30 am At The Commons....Should Be Fun...
    Steve: Say hello to him from me. He's a great guy; but, don't let him use his little Leica point-n-shoot, or his C#@%*>? gear.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Woody... wonderful!!
    That lens is on my list... with a rumored AF-S w/ VR tho!!
    Jason: Get the older one when the new one comes out. You wouldn't regret it.

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    Honoring the game and series winning goal scorer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Honoring the game and series winning goal scorer...
    Great catch, Jason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    This is how it started.

    How Anna got to show me what she had down there...


    in the wine cellar.

    But some stories are better left unsaid. It was dark down there but she did know where the buttons were..for the lights to go on!!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I had the books from Amazon. lots of them.

    I had DVDs showing me how.

    I practically knew the exposures in my mind. Night or day. Without thinking I could do it. I had it perfected...

    I wanted to know how to photograph trees. simple trees.

    Step 1: Find a tree...


    Step 2: Go home... but I did find something interesting. maybe people
    looking for forests.


    Lesson: Never Ever Assume.
    ...Great Stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great catch, Jason.
    Plus One!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    ...Great Stuff!
    rayyan: Nice photos. Some wine cellar stories are better untold. My best Praha story involves a seedy late night bar, gypsy women, and some ex- Stb/Stasi types (I have a vivid imagination)...

    There used to be trees there; but, you're a bit late. That plane looks like one they walked away from. Now it looks like a car parked overnight in a bad Bronx neighborhood.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Plus One!
    Jason: +1 to Steve's +1 of Lloyd's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great catch, Jason.
    Jason: +1: Lovely catch.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    ...Great Stuff!
    Steve: Gracias.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    rayyan: Nice photos. Some wine cellar stories are better untold. My best Praha story involves a seedy late night bar, gypsy women, and some ex- Stb/Stasi types (I have a vivid imagination)...

    There used to be trees there; but, you're a bit late. That plane looks like one they walked away from. Now it looks like a car parked overnight in a bad Bronx neighborhood.


    Jason: +1 to Steve's +1 of Lloyd's

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thanks. yes sir, some bar room stories better left unsaid. ex-Stasi..

    "Now it looks like a car parked overnight in a bad Bronx neighborhood."

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    rayyan: Brilliant! You (and your family, of course) have done well with Hamza. Those stones tell a more current story, of course.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Sincere thanks to you sir. Fairly current, yes sir.

    Regards.

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    Jason: sounds like you were inspired last night The whole set is excellent, each photo with its own style and theme.



    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...

    Step 1: Find a tree...


    Step 2: Go home... but I did find something interesting. maybe people
    looking for forests.

    Lesson: Never Ever Assume.

    Impressive, Rayyan.
    And the desert shot is beautiful. Several 4*4, or did you stay behind just to get this one? Well done, anyhow.

    Superb wine photo also and... funny way to relate the Prague story.

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    Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:









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    Some landscape shots I've taken at West Java.
















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    Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:



    Carlos: These are awesome! composition, color, contrast, timing - excellent. Great sense of the performance.

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    Some landscape shots I've taken at West Java.

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    mikoo: Very nice series. I esp. like this one. The light , the mist in front of the distant hills, the darkness of the rocks, the lighter sand, the diagonal foreground, and the hierarchy of layers make an excellent image. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Carlos, masterful images. Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Carlos, masterful images. Thank you for sharing.
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    Some landscape shots I've taken at West Java.


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    Gorgeous set, Mikoo. Love it.

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    Carlos,Mikoo...Magnificent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:
    Excellent, Carlos

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:
    Carlos, another great addition to your ballet work.
    The last one's spectacular!


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    mikoo: Very nice series. I esp. like this one. The light , the mist in front of the distant hills, the darkness of the rocks, the lighter sand, the diagonal foreground, and the hierarchy of layers make an excellent image. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Same here. Like the second one a lot, too. Makes you want to go for a boat ride

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    Thanks guys, but the real credit goes to those girls who put 110% into the dance. They are all in middle school (6-8th grade), but they are all professionals in my book.
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    Impressive, Rayyan.
    And the desert shot is beautiful. Several 4*4, or did you stay behind just to get this one? Well done, anyhow.

    Superb wine photo also and... funny way to relate the Prague story.
    Corian: Thank you so much.

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Hey guys, been busy with some photo assignments and the end-of-school activities. It's Festival year at school again so here are some of my favorites:


    carlos: Amazing stuff. Brilliant set.

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    Some landscape shots I've taken at West Java.





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    Mikoo: Bravo!! Superb set.

    Regards.

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    Walked along the streets of Istanbul...










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    As always, your pictures are both masterful and thought-provoking. Thank you for sharing, Rayyan.

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    As always, your pictures are both masterful and thought-provoking. Thank you for sharing, Rayyan.
    +1. couldn't agree more. Wow.

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    As always, your pictures are both masterful and thought-provoking. Thank you for sharing, Rayyan.
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    +1. couldn't agree more. Wow.
    Osman, Lloyd: You folks are great. Thank you.

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    Jaques, didn't like me. Mon ami, I said to Jaques. I need a favor. Jaques, didn't
    like me. But he was a generous and kind person.

    I called Anna. The one whose buttons I had pressed in the cellar. I told her I needed a little help. But of course monsieur, anything for you.

    I called a friend. Corian. Stateside. I needed a lens fast. I told him why.
    I called, Steve. Stateside. He agreed immediately.

    I woke up a friend Matt. stateside. No problem he said.
    I met up with Osman. Near the pier. Of course, he said.

    So my good friend, Lloyd...from the button pushers here to your parents
    on their 60th wedding anniverasary:....


    May they live long and happy amongst family, friends and well wishers.

    I know plumbing not electricity. Anna would have to take a candle next time around.

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    You're a good man Rayyan, a great photographer, and a good friend. A lot of fun, too.
    Anytime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jaques, didn't like me. Mon ami, I said to Jaques. I need a favor. Jaques, didn't
    like me. But he was a generous and kind person.

    I called Anna. The one whose buttons I had pressed in the cellar. I told her I needed a little help. But of course monsieur, anything for you.

    I called a friend. Corian. Stateside. I needed a lens fast. I told him why.
    I called, Steve. Stateside. He agreed immediately.

    I woke up a friend Matt. stateside. No problem he said.
    I met up with Osman. Near the pier. Of course, he said.

    So my good friend, Lloyd...from the button pushers here to your parents
    on their 60th wedding anniverasary:....


    May they live long and happy amongst family, friends and well wishers.

    I know plumbing not electricity. Anna would have to take a candle next time around.
    That makes quite a celebration! I'm floored by your thoughtfulness! Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    You're a good man Rayyan, a great photographer, and a good friend. A lot of fun, too.
    Anytime!
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    That makes quite a celebration! I'm floored by your thoughtfulness! Thank you.
    Corian, Lloyd: Will someone please tell me what these things taste like. I am told it tastes like diet coke/pepsi

    I have seen people smell it!! Then drink it. Strange...

    Sincere thanks folks.

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    Rayyan, i'm no vin rosť expert (as a matter of fact many pepole don't consider rosť as real wine in general despite a few exceptions), but the diet soda description seems a little bit off. You might try imagine a few drops of vinegar left over in a glass for a few days, to which you add some water.

    Drink chilled!

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