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    Thanks Steve and Lloyd!
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    Our nephew was in town trying out for the US Under-18 baseball team. He's only 15, so we knew he had a slim chance at best, but it was a good experience for him. Here's a shot of him diving for a ground ball:

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @1/640, 200mm f2.8 ISO 4000 (this shot is cropped somewhat. LR3 processing)


    Here's a 100% crop. Not bad ISO 4000 performance.

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    Steve/Corlan/Lloyd/Rayyan: Gentlemen, thank you!


    Rayyan: Great portraits and pink limo! The smile in the first and the "look" in the second are well captured and presented. "Sugars" must be very classy to have it's own shuttle.

    Steve: Very "saxy" photos (somebody must have already said that? Come to think of it, it was you!). The B&W's superb. I'm going to say #'s 4 & 5 are my favorites. The sax seems to be pulled, ever so slightly, out of the liquid blackness.

    Leif: Beautiful flower and handsome dog! Have fun in the mountains.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, I Think We Should Rent The Pink Sugar Shack & Gather All Of Our DPI Brothers & Sisters & Paint The Town Red In HDR! Funky Mobile Shot!
    Steve/Rayyan: I'm in!

    Lloyd: Nice capture and good hustle on your nephew's part.

    Cheers,. Matt.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Lloyd and Matt, impressive shots!

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    Beautiful portraits of beautiful subjects. Very much like a breath of fresh air!
    Lloyd, thanks.

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    LOL. Nice shot, good story. Sugars must be an interesting place... and is Sugar also a Mary Kay distributor? (Mary Kay, Alice, Jane, etc.etc.)
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    Rayyan, I Think We Should Rent The Pink Sugar Shack & Gather All Of Our DPI Brothers & Sisters & Paint The Town Red In HDR! Funky Mobile Shot!
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    Rayyan: Great portraits and pink limo! The smile in the first and the "look" in the second are well captured and presented. "Sugars" must be very classy to have it's own shuttle.


    Steve/Rayyan: I'm in!

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    Lloyd, Steve, Matt: I am IN. We call it the ' Sisterhood Without Borders '

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Our nephew was in town trying out for the US Under-18 baseball team. He's only 15, so we knew he had a slim chance at best, but it was a good experience for him. Here's a shot of him diving for a ground ball:

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @1/640, 200mm f2.8 ISO 4000 (this shot is cropped somewhat. LR3 processing)


    Here's a 100% crop. Not bad ISO 4000 performance.
    Talk about an Awesome Grab! Super Hustle on your nephews part also!

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    Steve: Very "saxy" photos (somebody must have already said that? Come to think of it, it was you!). The B&W's superb. I'm going to say #'s 4 & 5 are my favorites. The sax seems to be pulled, ever so slightly, out of the liquid blackness.



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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Beautiful texture,lines & comp...but if i find out you Cropped this, i will be highly disappointed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    Our nephew was in town trying out for the US Under-18 baseball team. He's only 15, so we knew he had a slim chance at best, but it was a good experience for him. Here's a shot of him diving for a ground ball:

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @1/640, 200mm f2.8 ISO 4000 (this shot is cropped somewhat. LR3 processing)


    Here's a 100% crop. Not bad ISO 4000 performance.
    Lloyd: Good to start early. Wish him the best from me. Good hustle and good capture.

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

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    Matt: Nice archway. I love the granite-like colors along with the iron!

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    Along the way on the hill I stopped for some fruits and refreshment....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Our nephew was in town trying out for the US Under-18 baseball team. He's only 15, so we knew he had a slim chance at best, but it was a good experience for him. Here's a shot of him diving for a ground ball:
    Great shot, Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Thanks Lloyd, and I will. Actually it´s been quite pleasant - hoping for more the last week. This guy´s happy up there as long it doesn´t rain - and the sheep aren´t too scary!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, I Think We Should Rent The Pink Sugar Shack & Gather All Of Our DPI Brothers & Sisters & Paint The Town Red In HDR! Funky Mobile Shot!
    +1
    Sounds like fun, Rayyan.

    (maybe did they provide a "companion" on site?)



    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Our nephew was in town trying out for the US Under-18 baseball team. He's only 15, so we knew he had a slim chance at best, but it was a good experience for him. Here's a shot of him diving for a ground ball:


    Here's a 100% crop. Not bad ISO 4000 performance.
    Very slim chance indeed, esp? if it's like soccer where youth selections ages are based on year of birth (so -18 can actually be 19). Just being there is terrific for him.

    The shot's really great, Lloyd.
    And ISO4000 extremely good.



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

    D3s; 1/180s @ f/2.8; ISO 200.
    Nice lines and textures, Matt.


    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Along the way on the hill I stopped for some fruits and refreshment....
    Beauty, and beauties, Rayyan

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    We had a ray of sun between the clouds. No glorious exotic models handy, so i tried a little Rayyan on Lady Bug.

    - "read your manual my friend. You shoudln't try macro under windy conditions" she said.
    - "but light's nice, and you look good on your leaf... and i have VR"
    - "doesn't matter. Won't work".
    - "hmm. Just a quick take?"
    - "ok, one. But you won't get my sharpest figure. And i'm in a hurry so i'll keep walking".
    - "never mind..."

    Clic, then she went, flying away.


    Well, she was right



    (nope, no crop, Matt)


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Lloyd: Nice capture and good hustle on your nephew's part.

    Cheers,. Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd: Good to start early. Wish him the best from me. Good hustle and good capture.
    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd and Matt, impressive shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Talk about an Awesome Grab! Super Hustle on your nephews part also!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Very slim chance indeed, esp? if it's like soccer where youth selections ages are based on year of birth (so -18 can actually be 19). Just being there is terrific for him.

    The shot's really great, Lloyd.
    And ISO4000 extremely good.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great shot, Lloyd.
    Thank you everyone.

    Corlan: Yes, that is how they do it for the U-18 team as well. To add to the difficulty for my nephew, there were only two players from his home state, and the the tryouts consisted of a tournament played primarily by teams from different states. He and his friend were assigned to a team from a state which already had about 20 players, and the coaches for that team knew those players, but not my nephew or his friend. As a result, they saw limited playing time. The good news is, he got some good experience, and, even better, his parents report that he apparently caught the attention of some college scouts, which is what they were really hoping for anyway.

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    Along the way on the hill I stopped for some fruits and refreshment....
    They do look fruitful and refreshing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    We had a ray of sun between the clouds. No glorious exotic models handy, so i tried a little Rayyan on Lady Bug.

    - "read your manual my friend. You shoudln't try macro under windy conditions" she said.
    - "but light's nice, and you look good on your leaf... and i have VR"
    - "doesn't matter. Won't work".
    - "hmm. Just a quick take?"
    - "ok, one. But you won't get my sharpest figure. And i'm in a hurry so i'll keep walking".
    - "never mind..."

    Clic, then she went, flying away.


    Well, she was right
    Well, maybe not tack sharp, but a darn nice image all the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Nice archway. I love the granite-like colors along with the iron!
    +1. Interesting detail. Lots of shapes and lines.

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    Well, maybe not tack sharp, but a darn nice image all the same.
    Certainly not "tack sharp" But i'll like it anyway...
    Thanks Lloyd




    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Thank you everyone.

    Corlan: Yes, that is how they do it for the U-18 team as well. To add to the difficulty for my nephew, there were only two players from his home state, and the the tryouts consisted of a tournament played primarily by teams from different states. He and his friend were assigned to a team from a state which already had about 20 players, and the coaches for that team knew those players, but not my nephew or his friend. As a result, they saw limited playing time. The good news is, he got some good experience, and, even better, his parents report that he apparently caught the attention of some college scouts, which is what they were really hoping for anyway.
    Being incorporated as an extra in an existing squad is a hard one, and even a bit unfair (had a comparable experience/predicament in soccer many many years ago -it turned out ok nevertheless, though i chose a different path). The experience is priceless. And if he caught some attention, that's great.

    I'm not too versed in baseball, is it a big thing in college nowadays? Thought it was not an easy way into scholarship...

    Wishing him the very best!

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    Beauty, and beauties, Rayyan
    Corlan: Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    They do look fruitful and refreshing!
    Lloyd: Operative word ' look '. Thanks pal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    No glorious exotic models handy, so i tried a little Rayyan on Lady Bug.

    - "read your manual my friend. You shoudln't try macro under windy conditions" she said.
    - "but light's nice, and you look good on your leaf... and i have VR"
    - "doesn't matter. Won't work".
    - "hmm. Just a quick take?"
    - "ok, one. But you won't get my sharpest figure. And i'm in a hurry so i'll keep walking".
    - "never mind..."

    Clic, then she went, flying away.


    Well, she was right



    (nope, no crop, Matt)


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    Women's Tennis from the weekend







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    Women's Tennis from the weekend





    GRAND SLAM!!! They are that Super. The last one is awesome.

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    come on rayan---admit it, you have a thing for Sharapova !

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    come on rayan---admit it, you have a thing for Sharapova !
    Well, if Rayyan won't, I will. Darn nice shots Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    come on rayan---admit it, you have a thing for Sharapova !
    GO GIRL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd and Matt, impressive shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...Matt: Nice archway. I love the granite-like colors along with the iron!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1. Interesting detail. Lots of shapes and lines.
    Gentlemen: Thank you very much!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Beautiful texture,lines & comp...but if i find out you Cropped this, i will be highly disappointed!
    Crops? Crops? I do no stinkin' crops!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...Lloyd, Steve, Matt: I am IN. We call it the ' Sisterhood Without Borders '
    Catchy name. Look good on tee shirts and baseball caps. But, where's the pink limo located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ...Nice lines and textures, Matt...
    Corlan: Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    They do look fruitful and refreshing!
    Rayyan: +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Well, maybe not tack sharp, but a darn nice image all the same.
    Corlan: Nice image and description. A valiant effort, but the master has spoken: "no bugs" (would that include butterflies, do you think?).

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    GRAND SLAM!!! They are that Super. The last one is awesome.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Well, if Rayyan won't, I will. Darn nice shots Bob.
    Bob: +1, +1. Awesome! The shadow's a nice capture (probably not SI, but, very cool). Nice post to come back with. BTW, was that your 200-400mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    Women's Tennis from the weekend

    Perfect shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Bob: +1, +1. Awesome! The shadow's a nice capture (probably not SI, but, very cool). Nice post to come back with. BTW, was that your 200-400mm?

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    +1 on all counts.
    (including the lens question...)





    (and thanks, Matt - yeah, i'll follow the master's voice... at the very least to avoid the risk of ending up being declared certifiable if someone sees me sweet talking bugs )

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    Neighborhood sculpture. Sort of a totem pole. Didn't have to talk to it; and, it didn't move while i was photographing it. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Neighborhood sculpture. Sort of a totem pole. Didn't have to talk to it; and, it didn't move while i was photographing it. Cheers, Matt.
    I know exactly what you mean. I hate those pesky poles that try and strike up a conversation. Nice shot.

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    Sorry Matt, but we can distinctly see a goose walking around and hear the bear grumbling.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I know exactly what you mean. I hate those pesky poles that try and strike up a conversation. Nice shot.
    LOL. Yes, nice to be able to focus on the shot (no pun intended). +1

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    Corlan, Matt, Fulton, Rayyan, Lloyd Great Work! Up in Laconia, New Hampshire till Friday. Keep the Ball Rolling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Corlan, Matt, Fulton, Rayyan, Lloyd Great Work! Up in Laconia, New Hampshire till Friday. Keep the Ball Rolling!
    Holidays? I want some!!

    Enjoy, Steve. Bet we'll soon see some photos by the lake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I know exactly what you mean. I hate those pesky poles that try and strike up a conversation. Nice shot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Sorry Matt, but we can distinctly see a goose walking around and hear the bear grumbling.
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    LOL. Yes, nice to be able to focus on the shot (no pun intended). +1
    Thanks guys.

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    Corlan, Matt, Fulton, Rayyan, Lloyd Great Work! Up in Laconia, New Hampshire till Friday. Keep the Ball Rolling!
    Steve: Have fun! Hope you brought all 4, or 5, cameras.

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    Steve: Have fun! Hope you brought all 4, or 5, cameras.

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    You're talking "lighter kit" here, Matt.

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    Early 4th of July crowd at the Gasworks Park. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Neighborhood sculpture. Sort of a totem pole. Didn't have to talk to it; and, it didn't move while i was photographing it. Cheers, Matt.

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    I too can see the goose chasing the bear..or the other way around..

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Early 4th of July crowd at the Gasworks Park. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D3s; 16-35mm f/4 VR; 16mm; 1/40s @ f/4; ISO 900


    2. D3s; 16-35mm f/4 VR; 35mm; 1/40s @ f/4; ISO 800


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    Matt: This is good event capture. Where are the fireworks?

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    Corlan, Matt, Fulton, Rayyan, Lloyd Great Work! Up in Laconia, New Hampshire till Friday. Keep the Ball Rolling!
    Steve, like others said...keep yourself and your 4-5 cameras safe..

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    Again, Rayyn. A beauty of a beauty!

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    Again, Rayyn. A beauty of a beauty!
    Hey Lloyd, thanks a bunch.

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    Early 4th of July crowd at the Gasworks Park. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
    I really like the choice of b/w here. Big crowd!

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    Rayyan: interesting collage. With a funny feeling though, at least for me: the rollled background was instantly reminiscent of a "Wanted" poster from the WW. Poor Ayesha

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    Rayyan: interesting collage. With a funny feeling though, at least for me: the rollled background was instantly reminiscent of a "Wanted" poster from the WW. Poor Ayesha
    Corlan, my lucky day then. She is not here; flies in tomorrow and by then
    I would have straightened the frame.

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    Early 4th of July crowd at the Gasworks Park. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Love these two, Matt.
    Especially the first one, with the very appropriate treatment and framing, you transport us back to the great festivals of the 70's.
    Not quite though, sign of modern times is surpinsingly less the clothing (under relatively bad weather?) than how so many people seems looking down. Irony of our consumer communications era?

    (though at least in one case it seems to be a good ol' fashionned Scrabble board...)

    Well done!

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    Rayyan, beautiful portrait and presentation.

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