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    Corlan, Lloyd: Thank you for your keen, soulful and critic feedback, gentlemen. Much appreciated.

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    Jason: Love the bike photos! They're dressed just like the commuters that I see every day? Your two Efex photos are also excellent. My most used action in that program is "Tonal Effects".
    Corlan: Very subtle. It's a cloud and blue sky. Very minimalist.
    Osman: Great photos of the ruins, but, the bridge is also my favorite. Not only because it's an excellent photo...it's still be used.

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    Thank you, Matt. People were building better bridges back then

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    My eyes caught this old guy passing by the Zeus Temple in Aizanoi, heading towards his village.
    Two different centuries, two different worlds...

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    Osman, These 2 Outstanding!!!

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    Gone But Not Forgotten..

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    1st pic..D3 & 24 1.4G, Rest..D700 & 85 1.4G:

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    Great photos again, Steve, and your b&w conversions are second to none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great photos again, Steve, and your b&w conversions are second to none.
    Thanks Very Much Jorgan!

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    Touchdown from last night at the Stanford v Wake Forest game



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    FP....Unreal Grab!!!

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    Some shots from a small loudspeaker manufacturer in my town.
    all done with the D3 and the old 55mm micro Ais.

    Ydo
    Last edited by Y Sol; 21st December 2010 at 11:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman, These 2 Outstanding!!!
    Yes, they are. Love the PP here... very dreamlike.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great photos again, Steve, and your b&w conversions are second to none.
    I agree with Jorgen. And, I'm impressed with the performance of the new lenses. However, I'm convinced that if you used the bottom of a Coke bottle for a lens, you'd get amazing results with that as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    Touchdown from last night at the Stanford v Wake Forest game
    Great catch Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    Some shots from a small loudspeaker manufacturer in my town.
    all done with the D3 and the old 55mm micro Ais.

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    Really nice shots! And your b/w is superb.

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    I agree with Jorgen. And, I'm impressed with the performance of the new lenses. However, I'm convinced that if you used the bottom of a Coke bottle for a lens, you'd get amazing results with that as well.
    Thank You Kindly Lloyd!

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    Y Sol very nice macro & PP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    FP....Unreal Grab!!!
    ++++ 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    Some shots from a small loudspeaker manufacturer in my town.
    all done with the D3 and the old 55mm micro Ais.

    Ydo
    Very nice collection there. B&W can be so lovely sometimes

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    Steve and Lloyd: Thank you, gentlemen!
    Steve: Stellar b+w's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Steve: Stellar b+w's!
    Thank You My Friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman, These 2 Outstanding!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great photos again, Steve, and your b&w conversions are second to none.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    FP....Unreal Grab!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yes, they are. Love the PP here... very dreamlike.
    I agree with Jorgen. And, I'm impressed with the performance of the new lenses. However, I'm convinced that if you used the bottom of a Coke bottle for a lens, you'd get amazing results with that as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great catch Bob.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Really nice shots! And your b/w is superb.
    Osman/Steve/Bob/Ydo: +1. +1, +1,. Nicely done!
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    Thank you, Matt.

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    Time for an OCP! Our Abyssinian. Cheers, Matt

    D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 36mm; 1/40s @ f/2.8; ISO 800


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    Thanks Matt!
    Beautiful Kitty & Shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Time for an OCP! Our Abyssinian. Cheers, Matt

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    Beautiful cat. Amazing eyes.

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    +1.

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    Steve/Lloyd/Osman: Thanks guys! She knows she's beautiful, too. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    My eyes caught this old guy passing by the Zeus Temple in Aizanoi, heading towards his village.
    Two different centuries, two different worlds...
    Love these two shots, Osman.
    The second one in color brings memories from 25 years ago when i visited a few times. Things do not seem to have changed that much since then... at least right there.



    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Gone But Not Forgotten..


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    Terrific set, Steve
    Great choices in composition, respective focal point, and processing (as always).

    And the one quoted above is simply



    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    Some shots from a small loudspeaker manufacturer in my town.
    all done with the D3 and the old 55mm micro Ais.

    Ydo
    Good to see some real crafmanship in this world of never ending mechanization. Your great shots and tones gives it full credit. The internal wiring images are particularly spot on -so is the minuitae of working with semi isolated monofilament



    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Time for an OCP! Our Abyssinian. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice grab of goddess Bastet. At least with such a companion you've got nothing to fear from snakes.

    Had a look at the analog section -wonderful produce and flower shots, with superb vivid colors.

    (nice use of glow, too)

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    Thanks Very Much Corlan!

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    This is Betty & she lives in an assisted living home for the elderly. She's worked hard her whole life. She helps a lot of her neighbors in everyday chores when they need it & is just a good soul. She allowed me to take 2 photos...




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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    This is Betty & she lives in an assisted living home for the elderly. She's worked hard her whole life. She helps a lot of her neighbors in everyday chores when they need it & is just a good soul. She allowed me to take 2 photos...




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    Beautiful shots of a beautiful lady. I hope she gets prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ...
    Nice grab of goddess Bastet. At least with such a companion you've got nothing to fear from snakes.
    Had a look at the analog section -wonderful produce and flower shots, with superb vivid colors.
    (nice use of glow, too)
    Corlan: Thanks. She does look like the Cat Goddess! Also, thanks for looking at the analog photos. I know the flower photo looks like i used a "glamour glow" preset, but, I didn't! It just came out that way with normal pp. The vagaries of Velvia 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful shots of a beautiful lady. I hope she gets prints.
    Steve: +1, great portraits! I'm probably partial to the B&W because it's closer in and I can see the character and life in her face and eyes.

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    Corlan: Thank you! Things changed a lot since your visit, I'm afraid. I try not include the 'new' in my shots
    Steve: Wonderful caption and soulful shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Corlan: Thank you! Things changed a lot since your visit, I'm afraid. I try not include the 'new' in my shots
    Had my suspicions... But after all, isn't what the art of composition and framing all about? Well done!



    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: Thanks. She does look like the Cat Goddess! Also, thanks for looking at the analog photos. I know the flower photo looks like i used a "glamour glow" preset, but, I didn't! It just came out that way with normal pp. The vagaries of Velvia 100.

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    Sincerely had a doubt (hence the small note). Impressive results, sounds like lots of fun!



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    Steve: +1, great portraits! I'm probably partial to the B&W because it's closer in and I can see the character and life in her face and eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Steve: Wonderful caption and soulful shot.
    +1 & +1. Wonderful and soulful indeed, Steve.
    Like Matt i was enticed by the monochrome portrait at first, then giving the color one a closer look, with the subtle crown of autumn colors, well... they're both great. Beautiful photos of a beautiful person.

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    Lloyd,Matt,Corlan & Osman....Thank You All!
    Lloyd..I'll definitely make a print & frame it for her

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    I miss looking thru all of these! When life slows down a touch, I'll be back!

    Been having fun w/ my new to me macro lately. Should be interesting!

    Great stuff on here as always!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    I miss looking thru all of these! When life slows down a touch, I'll be back!

    Been having fun w/ my new to me macro lately. Should be interesting!

    Great stuff on here as always!
    We're definitely missing your shots, Jason!

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    Nothing much, but found this, "hanging around" in the garden by the grapevine.
    The thing was active and kicking, so just quick non-sharp grab of the massacer:







    more details in the orginal color version:




    note: if anyone knows if these are unsafe near the house walls... please advise!
    (body size is around 1")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Nothing much, but found this, "hanging around" in the garden by the grapevine.
    The thing was active and kicking, so just quick non-sharp grab of the massacer:

    more details in the orginal color version:

    note: if anyone knows if these are unsafe near the house walls... please advise!
    (body size is around 1")
    I don't know if they're dangerous or not, but can tell you that they're creepy!

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    And now for something less creepy...
    Time for family portraits. The first has my son Deniz, with my uncle. In the second (shot by Deniz) yours truly with his beloved uncle.
    D700 + Nikkor 135/2.0 DF




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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    And now for something less creepy...
    Time for family portraits. The first has my son Deniz, with my uncle. In the second (shot by Deniz) yours truly with his beloved uncle.
    D700 + Nikkor 135/2.0 DF
    Those are beautiful portraits Osman. A family of very handsome gentlemen.

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    Thank you, Lloyd. A praise from a strikingly handsome gentleman himself!

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    Even if it's not yours per se (well, it is after all )... love the second shot. Looking good, Sea.., er, agent Osman!

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    The name is Bo.., er, Tumay, Osman Tumay Sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Nothing much, but found this, "hanging around" in the garden by the grapevine.
    The thing was active and kicking, so just quick non-sharp grab of the massacer:







    more details in the orginal color version:




    note: if anyone knows if these are unsafe near the house walls... please advise!
    (body size is around 1")
    These 2 images are making me hungry! Nice grabs C!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    And now for something less creepy...
    Time for family portraits. The first has my son Deniz, with my uncle. In the second (shot by Deniz) yours truly with his beloved uncle.
    D700 + Nikkor 135/2.0 DF



    Osman, it is an honor to meet your Uncle & Son! You guy's look Dashing!

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    Thank you kindly Steve. It's a pity Mrs.Moneypenny does not find me attractive anymore...

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    Corlan: Great creepy spider shots. I won't show my wife (arachnophobia). I like the color one here. More distinction between predator and prey. Spiders are our friends, but 1" is getting up there.

    Didn't see it here: http://www.xs4all.nl/~ednieuw/Spiders/spidhome.htm. Although, maybe a "Spitting Spider" or a "Sheetweb Spider"?

    Or, it could be a one of these (brought in with the bananas):
    Phoneutria spiders can measure 30 mm and have leg span of 150 mm. Those spiders don't make a web; they hunt during the day. At night, they shelter between clothing, under furniture, in shoes or in banana bunches... Proximity to humans is the reason for the relatively frequent occurrence of bites. They are aggressive spiders which don't run away when disturbed and rather defend themselves by attacking: they stand on their two pairs of hind legs, lifting the fore-legs open, their red chelicerae ready to strike. They are agile and fast, capable of climbing rapidly upwards on the stick that is attacking them.

    Can you poke it with a stick and see what happens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman, it is an honor to meet your Uncle & Son! You guy's look Dashing!
    Osman: +1, good looking bunch of guys. Nice shots for the album.

    Which raises another question. Fifty years from now, are our great-grandchildren going to be looking at the digital metadata and captions to see who's in the picture? There won't be any old faded and half-torn photos of people with undecipherable scribbles on the back to thumb through. Kind of sad.

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