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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    While we're talking oldies, and painting like processing...

    No Santas handy around here, just some roses in the garden. Pink, and red:






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    Corlan: Masterful No Santa needed. Love the Red Rose!!

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    We went for a walk around the neighborhood with my mother today. I took my camera. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D3s; 105mm VR; 1/160s @ f/3.2; ISO 800


    2. D3s; 105mm VR; 1/200s @ f/3.2; ISO 800

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    Matt: Beautiful neighborhood! Mom must have felt great looking at the flowers.

    While the set is beautiful, the above two are simply gorgeous for their color,
    the iq and oh! their delicacy.

    Well done sir.

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    Free ice cream at Wrigley Field!

    Jason: A lovely capture, on a beautiful day with beautiful people. I will have two cones please!

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    Here's a few more. They're a lot of nice gardens, right next to the sidewalk, in my neighborhood. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D3s; 105mm VR; 1/125s @ f/5.6; ISO 800



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    Matt: This is insanely wonderful. Brilliantly photographed.

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    Di Vinci?
    Lloyd: Herr Schmidt in Munich Thanks.

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    From a civil war reenactment today. I didn't even notice the scratches on her face until I downloaded the image.

    Delicate and elegant, Mr. Tim.

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    For those of you who think you have a job that is too hard, here's a soft alternative

    D300 with 70-300 ED @ 300mm and f/8



    Or you can just go for a ride...

    D300 with 70-300 ED @ 200mm and f/8

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    Thanks guys. It does indeed run on gas, LPG, which Thailand has a lot of up in the Northeast. These are two-stroke engines with oil injection and they sound like machine guns when they're running.

    They are used for preparing the soil for the next rice crop. In the part of Thailand where the photo was taken this morning, some farmers get three crops per year, and all kinds of technology is used to speed up the process. Here's the next step, leveling the paddy field:

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    One more. We like mud

    D300 with 70-300 ED @ 145mm and f/8

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    ... and a little something for the insects.

    D300 with 70-300 ED @ 199mm and f/6.3

    Jorgen: Thank you for bringing us the ' easy ' side of life. The slog thru the mud has been very descriptively captured. The BW treatment adds the grit
    necessary in keeping with the harshness.

    I love such ' easy work ' photographs.

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    Perfectly shot & quoted!
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    Oh Yes!!!
    Steve: Much Appreciated. Much!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very kewl, and the colors just jump off the screen.
    Lloyd: Thanks. Am experimenting nowadays.

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    Rayyan: Beautiful...painting and photo! Is that her painting on a photograph of herself, as photographed by you?

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Nicely done. I like the proportions of the black field and the three film frames. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: Photo of a painting of the women doing painting...well yes. I think that's what it was!

    People, I am grateful for your kind words.

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    Calling Elvis...



    Wendy Wide..


    D3, 58 Noct, 1.2

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    Both are superb, Steve!

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    Rayyan: thanks, and good to see you around
    Love the Ayesha's portrait's portrait. The focus plane really serves the theme. Interesting too, the way you revisited the "woman in red" as a sequence. But that's a fantastic photo whatever you do with it



    Steve: terrific b&w as always. There's style and drama in the first one (though i take it you guys had less rain than us the last few days), and a lot of love in the next. Great!

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    Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...

    Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...

    Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.

    Corlan: These are sensational! And I think they really work as a set. Love the PP... even if it's not really about that.

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    Both are superb, Steve!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post


    Steve: terrific b&w as always. There's style and drama in the first one (though i take it you guys had less rain than us the last few days), and a lot of love in the next. Great!
    Corlan & Osman, Thanks! Very little rain this summer C!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...

    Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.






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    Dreamy,Surreal, Fantastic!!!

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    Corlan: These are sensational! And I think they really work as a set. Love the PP... even if it's not really about that.
    +1... no make that +5. Very special photos, Corlan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Calling Elvis...

    Wendy Wide..


    D3, 58 Noct, 1.2
    So nice, Steve. Wendy's a beauty for sure!

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    Calling Elvis...



    Wendy Wide..


    D3, 58 Noct, 1.2
    Steve: As usual excellent BW and control of tones. Wendy is something special though. Look into those eyes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Rayyan: thanks, and good to see you around
    Love the Ayesha's portrait's portrait. The focus plane really serves the theme. Interesting too, the way you revisited the "woman in red" as a sequence. But that's a fantastic photo whatever you do with it
    Corlan: Gracias, and +2 gracias ( s ) senor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...

    Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.






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    Surreal, superb atmosphere, excellent conversion...gorgeous set in an atmosphere of romance and mystery... Thomas Hardy? Bravo!

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    So nice, Steve. Wendy's a beauty for sure!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve: As usual excellent BW and control of tones. Wendy is something special though. Look into those eyes!!
    Thanks a lot guys!

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    Rayyan, you're coloring outside the lines & i love it!

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    Corlan: These are sensational! And I think they really work as a set. Love the PP... even if it's not really about that.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Dreamy,Surreal, Fantastic!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    +1... no make that +5. Very special photos, Corlan.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corlan: Gracias, and +2 gracias ( s ) senor.

    Surreal, superb atmosphere, excellent conversion...gorgeous set in an atmosphere of romance and mystery... Thomas Hardy? Bravo!
    Thanks for the kind comments, my friends.

    It's good to have external eyes (at least for me) when it comes to decide if relatively agressive PP becomes obstructive or serves the photography. I'll keep these, then. Family loved it, but i strongly suspect they're partial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, you're coloring outside the lines & i love it!
    +1
    Coloring outside the lines, thinking outside the box... blowing off the minds. Fantastic comp Rayan. And it works that well only because the original photo, and B&W treatment, were gorgeous in the first place.

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    Wow! Rayyan, that is amazing! Love this.

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    Rayyan, you're coloring outside the lines & i love it!
    Steve: Yesterday morning Mariam and me went to get some connect the dots and paint by numbers books! This was the result.

    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    +1
    Coloring outside the lines, thinking outside the box... blowing off the minds. Fantastic comp Rayan. And it works that well only because the original photo, and B&W treatment, were gorgeous in the first place.
    Corlan: You are too generous sir. Thanks.

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    Wow! Rayyan, that is amazing! Love this.
    Lloyd: Sincere thanks my friend.


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    Rayyan, this shot is both elegant and creative.

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    Matt: Beautiful neighborhood! Mom must have felt great looking at the flowers.
    While the set is beautiful, the above two are simply gorgeous for their color,
    the iq and oh! their delicacy.
    Well done sir.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: This is insanely wonderful. Brilliantly photographed.
    Rayyan: Thank you very much! (insert two big smiles here) My mom's eighty-eight and loves to walk around the neighborhood. She's likely out watering her garden right now (well probably not, it's a little late).

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Calling Elvis...

    Wendy Wide..

    D3, 58 Noct, 1.2
    Steve: Obscure, lush, dark pp, "pushing up daisies". Adorable, adoring, beautiful eyes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...
    Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.
    Corlan: PP's great. I like the dark foreground and washed out background. Underscores the transient moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan: Cool photo. You can read a lot in to it.

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    Matt...Thanks Buddy!

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    [email protected] Epic Pro

    Actually this is already a crop(for printing)
    [email protected] f8, 32000x16850px


    [email protected], 13099x7934px
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    [email protected] Epic Pro

    Actually this is already a crop(for printing)
    [email protected] f8, 32000x16850px

    [email protected], 13099x7934px
    Wow! Jonas, those are both, well, just Wow!

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    Wow! Jonas, those are both, well, just Wow!
    Thank you very much!
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    Wow! Jonas, those are both, well, just Wow!
    Jonas: +1, what Lloyd said. Couldn't get two more different subjects! The abandoned factory would make a great place for a fashion shoot. Cheers, Matt.
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    Jonas: +1, what Lloyd said. Couldn't get two more different subjects! The abandoned factory would make a great place for a fashion shoot. Cheers, Matt.
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    Yep the place would be great, it's an old dyeworks. Sadly it will be replaced with new apartments soon(+/- 1 year)
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    Very good posts, Jonas, welcome to the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Very good posts, Jonas, welcome to the forum.
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    Like Osman said... welcome Jonas!




    Matt: thanks!

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    Very good posts, Jonas, welcome to the forum.
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    +1; Yes as Osman said, and also a very warm welcome to you.

    Regards.

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    I am alone baby sitting Mariam. The others have taken Hamza to show Big Ben and Eiffel.

    So allow me to catch up on some experimentations that I had put off!!


    When your patience runs out..give a holler! Please.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    +1; Yes as Osman said, and also a very warm welcome to you.

    Regards.
    Yes indeed. Welcome Jonas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I am alone baby sitting Mariam. The others have taken Hamza to show Big Ben and Eiffel.

    So allow me to catch up on some experimentations that I had put off!!
    When your patience runs out..give a holler! Please.

    Thanks.
    Not only not close to running out, let's see more! This is really impressive, Rayyan.

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    Actually this is already a crop(for printing)
    Two exceptional photos

    Welcome!

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    Not only not close to running out, let's see more! This is really impressive, Rayyan.
    Lloyd: Gracious as usual my friend.

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    Glad you're here & Awesome set!

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    Rayyan...Sir I Am Digging This Stuff Big Time!!!

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    Rayyan, I LOVE experimentations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I am alone baby sitting Mariam. The others have taken Hamza to show Big Ben and Eiffel.
    So allow me to catch up on some experimentations that I had put off!!
    When your patience runs out..give a holler! Please.
    Thanks.
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    Rayyan: Great stuff! A work of art, like the first photo allows one to ascribe their own meaning to it. For instance, i could say "it's the power of photography breaking through the darkness to illuminate and color". On the other hand, I could just like it, and keep the jungian comments to myself...I like it. The second photo composite's very sweet. I like the subtle "iluv grandpa". Please keep experimenting and inspire us. Cheers, Matt.

    ps: Where can you go and see Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower at the same time? Las Vegas, Disney World, 30,000 ft. over the channel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Thank you very much! (insert two big smiles here) My mom's eighty-eight and loves to walk around the neighborhood. She's likely out watering her garden right now (well probably not, it's a little late).

    Rayyan: Cool photo. You can read a lot in to it.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thank you very much. I hope that you and your mother can continue to walk the neighborhood in good health for a long time to come.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Great stuff! A work of art, like the first photo allows one to ascribe their own meaning to it. For instance, i could say "it's the power of photography breaking through the darkness to illuminate and color". On the other hand, I could just like it, and keep the jungian comments to myself...I like it. The second photo composite's very sweet. I like the subtle "iluv grandpa". Please keep experimenting and inspire us. Cheers, Matt.

    ps: Where can you go and see Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower at the same time? Las Vegas, Disney World, 30,000 ft. over the channel?

    http://mdriscoll.zenfolio.com
    Hamza has not ridden the Eurostar! That's how they are doing it. Vegas...hmm let his parents take care of that...disney world; they did it in French!!

    Matt, I really appreciate your kind words and the encouragement that you folks bring to the table.

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    Rayyan...Sir I Am Digging This Stuff Big Time!!!
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