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    Wow! Rayyan, the color in these is simply amazing!

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    The detail is wonderful as well. As in the gandolas.

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    Wow! Rayyan, the color in these is simply amazing!
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    The detail is wonderful as well. As in the gandolas.
    Lloyd: Gracias senor. very much gracias.

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    Lloyd: Gracias senor. very much gracias.
    No hay de que, amigo.

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    Magnificent Venezia shots, Rayyan!


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    Thanks C! Yes, Handheld...
    Well done Mister S.!

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    Sunday was christening day.
    Not everyone was focused on the main attraction, though.

    Last edited by Corlan F.; 18th June 2010 at 09:08.

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    After the ceremony...

    Chat:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Sunday was christening day.
    Not everyone was foused on the main attraction, though.
    Great shot Corlan!! The other is nice as well, but this one is special.

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    Rayyan, Those colours are beyond reality. Great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Sunday was christening day.
    Not everyone was foused on the main attraction, though.
    Excellent capture. That's a photo

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    Some had fun:


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    Didn't forget my friend Steve, though...


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    Lloyd, Jorgen: thanks -you guys are the fastest guns in the West (or is it East for some?)



    Btw the b&w is D3X + 105VR @2.8... ISO1250... not the fastest body, but still decent

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    No hay de que, amigo.
    Hola gringo, hable espanol? eh. but what you do south of the border amigo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Magnificent Venezia shots, Rayyan!
    Corian:Thank you so much my friend.

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    Rayyan, Those colours are beyond reality. Great!
    Jorgen: Great stuff from you too my friend. Great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Sunday was christening day.
    Not everyone was focused on the main attraction, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    After the ceremony...

    Chat:

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some had fun:

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    Didn't forget my friend Steve, though...

    Corian: Beautiful all. When you have so many magical shots it is difficult
    to choose one.

    Here there is THE shot. The first one. Magnificent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Stunning 3D IQ Rayyan!
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    Sunday was christening day.
    Not everyone was focused on the main attraction, though.

    Nice Grab C!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    After the ceremony...

    Chat:

    Adorable!
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    Didn't forget my friend Steve, though...

    Thanks Mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hola gringo, hable espanol? eh. but what you do south of the border amigo?
    Un poco, pero no como antes. Viví en España alguna vez. Y viví en Puerto Rico tambien. Ya hace unos 37 años desde entonces. La lengua se me fue hace tiempo.

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    Un poco, pero no como antes. Viví en España alguna vez. Y viví en Puerto Rico tambien. Ya hace unos 37 años desde entonces. La lengua se me fue hace tiempo.
    sí 37 años son un rato largo. maybe you meet your senorita there? eh?

    No more Babelfish for me senor. par favor.

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    Stunning 3D IQ Rayyan!
    Steve: You are a very gracious man!

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    Thanks Rayyan, Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    sí 37 años son un rato largo. maybe you meet your senorita there? eh?

    No more Babelfish for me senor. par favor.
    Ok, English if we have to.

    Well... I did meet a few señoritas there. But not the one I married.

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    One last from Sunday, along the SE church wall/buttress:






    ( is it "buttress"? Matt will correct me )

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    Rain rain, go away....





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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    One last from Sunday, along the SE church wall/buttress:






    ( is it "buttress"? Matt will correct me )
    C...So Crisp With Creamy Bokeh! A Real "Looker"!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Rain rain, go away....




    Jason, There Is Beauty In Bad Weather As You've Proven!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jason, There Is Beauty In Bad Weather As You've Proven!
    Exactly. Beauty, movement, and a subtle use of the available light and contrast.



    (and thanks, Steve)

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    Corlan, Jason: Poetic photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    One last from Sunday, along the SE church wall/buttress:




    ( is it "buttress"? Matt will correct me )
    Corian: I don't know flower names. I can however hear their music.
    The master of floral poetry is at it again. excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Rain rain, go away....





    Jason: Only goes to prove, rain cannot stop a good photog!! Especially
    after a late night out!

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    I know of a world famous photog. You know of him too. Way, way above my meagre talents. Iconic images . A true master photographer of our age. I admire him. Try to emulate his works.

    I have one small advantage over him. My photos might not be as good. But
    I can go where he cannot venture. At least not close enough. Even if he tried. I can relate to some people. He can't.

    You see for him it shall always be a job. For me, it is a part of my daily life.


    Prayer Time.

    I have my advantage. Let me see yours. Not the photos. The advantage. Your images will take care of themselves.

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    I would sit looking at the clouds. Sometimes I wished they would visit me.

    I knew what I would say to them....


    Sometimes the clouds came to visit me. I forgot what I wanted to say.

    I became a child. Played with them. Tried to catch them. My eyes were filled
    with wonder.


    But I was an adult. The wonder went away.

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    Corlan: "Coffee, No Grain" is very elegant. I especially like the softness of the coffee cup. The mind tries to make it in-focus, but it stays a slight blur. Very subtle. The "Coffee!" photo has a similar parti.

    Jorgen: Your three beach photos are great. Well seen, all three. "Hot Dogs" can be taken allegorically (any number of ways, these days). Nice tension and abrupt stop. Is the little one really a dog, or an escaped hyena from the zoo? "Small Beach Photo" and "Spectator"...nicely framed and focused.

    Rayyan:
    You and Hamza get around. Wonderful narrative. Did you get a first in ancient history? The light in all three photos is great. The second photo is evocative of Greece with the columns and the blue, blue, sky. The light on the Parthenon and the dark background is very dramatic. The industrial buildings in the foreground are unfortunate. Perhaps, the Venetians could destroy them?
    I second what Lloyd said, and Steve reiterated: Hamza is fortunate to have you as his grandfather.

    Jorgen: The hazy tone in "Low tide", "Beach Solo", and "Blue Boat" create a slightly dreary, not fun, perception. No blue sky or sea. Even the girl doesn't look like she's having fun. Work, day in, day out, in a colorful boat.

    Oops, just looked at the time. To be finished tomorrow (today actually).

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    Rayyan, You Continue To Bedazzle Us ! Brilliant Last 3 Images & Narratives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Rayyan:
    You and Hamza get around. Wonderful narrative. Did you get a first in ancient history? The light in all three photos is great. The second photo is evocative of Greece with the columns and the blue, blue, sky. The light on the Parthenon and the dark background is very dramatic. The industrial buildings in the foreground are unfortunate. Perhaps, the Venetians could destroy them?
    I second what Lloyd said, and Steve reiterated: Hamza is fortunate to have you as his grandfather.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thank you so much my friend. I am fortunate to know folks like yourselves too.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, You Continue To Bedazzle Us ! Brilliant Last 3 Images & Narratives!
    Steve: I am humbled by your generosity. I really am.

    To both of you..

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    Matt, Osman: thanks! Much appreciated


    Rayyan: love the contrast in the two switzerland shots, from grandiose to intimate.
    Then, the "portrait in white", with a tad of black, is a masterpiece. Both technically and photography wise. There again it would serve well as a rupture in contrast when presenting a collection of your colorful, highly saturated other portraits. Splendid.

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    Every other Saturday is filing day, at least for a couple of hours...

    After reading about the sad news about John Stovall, i reckon the mood is definitely darker than usual.


    (from the D700 folders)





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    Corlan, what are the sad news about John Stovall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Corlan, what are the sad news about John Stovall?
    Osman- our dear friend John, and board eminent contributor, has sadly passed.
    Please see: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showth...157#post221157

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Every other Saturday is filing day, at least for a couple of hours...

    After reading about the sad news about John Stovall, i reckon the mood is definitely darker than usual.

    Yes, darker for sure. These are really nice, Corlan. And that flower above from near the church buttress is terrific (and apt as well, somehow).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yes, darker for sure. These are really nice, Corlan. And that flower above from near the church buttress is terrific (and apt as well, somehow).
    Agreed on the last note, Lloyd -even though i unfortunately intended it in a more joyful mood. Thanks.
    And indeed a somber day for our small community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan: love the contrast in the two switzerland shots, from grandiose to intimate.
    Then, the "portrait in white", with a tad of black, is a masterpiece. Both technically and photography wise. There again it would serve well as a rupture in contrast when presenting a collection of your colorful, highly saturated other portraits. Splendid.
    Corian: Appreciate your kind and generous comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Every other Saturday is filing day, at least for a couple of hours...

    After reading about the sad news about John Stovall, i reckon the mood is definitely darker than usual.


    (from the D700 folders)





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    Corian: Simple neat geometrical lines. Simple and elegant light and dark shades of gray. beautifully done.

    Very symbolic under the circumstances.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Osman- our dear friend John, and board eminent contributor, has sadly passed.
    Please see: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showth...157#post221157
    Corlan, I'm sorry. I was very fond of his posts and resolution in life.

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    I had a date this evening. We had met yesterday. I loved what I saw.

    Not too much cost either. Coffee, maybe dinner, and then to bed. Great.

    Johann, the bar owner, came to know me. I could sit as long as I wanted.

    I requested black coffee. And waited...


    I was in Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

    I was waiting for the sun to set. It would be a wonderful evening.

    The show was for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Every other Saturday is filing day, at least for a couple of hours...

    After reading about the sad news about John Stovall, i reckon the mood is definitely darker than usual.


    (from the D700 folders)





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    Stark Images With Excellent Juxtapositions. The Sky Show's Light, While The Earth Show's Darkness. Good & Bad. Yin & Yang. Life & Death. Grey Matter In The Middle. Well Shot My Friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I had a date this evening. We had met yesterday. I loved what I saw.

    Not too much cost either. Coffee, maybe dinner, and then to bed. Great.

    Johann, the bar owner, came to know me. I could sit as long as I wanted.

    I requested black coffee. And waited...


    I was in Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

    I was waiting for the sun to set. It would be a wonderful evening.

    The show was for free.
    One Word.....Magnificent!

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    Thanks Steve and Rayyan, my friends, for your words.

    Incidentally the first photo features the kind of local cultural "artifacts" that our friend John might have liked. Not only because the company sign is actually painted on the wall (not the kind of composite sign you can swiftly swap when there's a new tenant): it shows that these guys were the first to have telephone installed in the area -"Telephone N°1"-, from the times before the dial phones, where one still had to ask an operator to make the manual connection.


    Rayyan, as Steve said, this is magnificent.
    Many free shows in the world, that is depending on the capacity to open your eyes (and sometimes your heart). You surely do.

    (is it with the ZF 35?)

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    Father's Day today... a simple snapshot:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Father's Day today... a simple snapshot:

    Simple is what works! Happy Father's Day To Some Of The Coolest Cat's On The Entire Net! Lovely Photo C!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I had a date this evening. We had met yesterday. I loved what I saw.

    Not too much cost either. Coffee, maybe dinner, and then to bed. Great.

    Johann, the bar owner, came to know me. I could sit as long as I wanted.

    I requested black coffee. And waited...


    I was in Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

    I was waiting for the sun to set. It would be a wonderful evening.

    The show was for free.
    Looks like a perfect date!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Simple is what works! Happy Father's Day To Some Of The Coolest Cat's On The Entire Net! Lovely Photo C!
    +1 from here... on the photo, and the sentiment. Happy Father's Day my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    One Word.....Magnificent!
    Steve: Thank you dear friend. Thank you very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan, as Steve said, this is magnificent.
    Many free shows in the world, that is depending on the capacity to open your eyes (and sometimes your heart). You surely do.

    (is it with the ZF 35?)

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    Corian: Grateful Corian for your kind words. This is with the D80 and the nikon 85/1.4!! That's all I had besides the 50mm.

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    Looks like a perfect date!
    Lloyd: Thank you kindly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1 from here... on the photo, and the sentiment. Happy Father's Day my friends.
    +1: Indeed, to all my friends. A happy Father's Day.

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