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    Fantastic stuff!
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    Jason: Beautiful, dynamic, colorful, photo. Well captured.

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    Meet my friend, Karl Meltzer. Karl is one of the most accomplished Ultrarunners in the world. He has won nearly thirty (yes, 30) 100-mile races, winning 6 last year alone... the third time he's won 6 in one year... no one else has ever won more than 4 in one year! In 2008, he ran the length of the Appalachian Trail (more than 2000 miles), in 55 days!

    Karl is currently running from Sacramento, California to St. Joseph, Missouri, following the route of the Pony Express (this year is the 150th Anniversary of the Pony Express). He's "The Human Express". He started on September 15th, and as of today has run nearly 800 miles across California, Nevada and Utah. (Averaging about 50 miles per day). I caught up with him this morning and took these. Karl will run to his home today (about a mile from mine), and then take a well-earned break tomorrow, resuming his run on Friday. Mimi and I will be running with him either Friday or Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another shot from today; different processing.

    D3, 200-400/f4:
    Lloyd: Like Corlan's, this is a great story with great photos! I like the warmth of the first two, but, the third "colder" one works for me too. The greater distance and context of the third is appealing when you look at all three as a set. Gives you an idea of the enormity of his effort. Have fun running with him. You can turn around at Denver.

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    Steve: I think he's dead? If he was around today, he probably look like this guy with the carry-on. Nice detail and contrast. I like the second photo with the bare feet, shoes, and black dress. I'm missing something and didn't interpret it the way Corlan did? Nice photo, though. Cheers, Matt.

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    Steve: I think he's dead? If he was around today, he probably look like this guy with the carry-on. Nice detail and contrast. I like the second photo with the bare feet, shoes, and black dress. I'm missing something and didn't interpret it the way Corlan did? Nice photo, though. Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks Matt. Homeless woman getting ready for her day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another shot from today; different processing.

    D3, 200-400/f4:
    Love the cooler treatment and composition on this one. A complementary perspective, with the dynamics of the curve and where the subject is more overwhelmed by the surroundings -which fits the theme nicely. IMHO a slightly more effective presentation than the previous wide shot (despite the cars). But that's just me

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    Steve, it's a pleasure to see your b/w shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: Thanks. New construction usually "undergrounds" the utilities. My neighborhood is "old" -ca 1910.
    Yup they're usually a visual annoyance, i guess here though they're old enough to bring some time contrast and historical substance to the specific scenery. Well, i don't know why i said that: i hate wires



    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: Well done! I like the group shot and didn't see any problems with the color. The narrative really adds to the photos. Thanks for that. Don't look quite as "rasty" as some of the homeless around here, but it still's sad that it exists in the wealthiest societies on the planet. I think the social support in Europe for some (ignore the romany for the time being) is better then here.

    Your interaction with them was great. Your photos are great. I like this last guy's style as brought out in your captures.

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    Thanks Matt. You're right, some are much worse off. OTOH, small town in the country, summertime... things are unfortunately much uglier in larger cities.

    (as for the romany thing, let's say that media turmoil and political rivalries made it a larger and somehow biased story than it is. There's a number of associated issues, but it's surely not the place to elaborate. It's a long term, complex situation with no easy way around (and i mean even for many of these people's own good)). Harsh times, definitely.



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    An hour by the Cathedral Square (Inside the Cathedral 1/1)

    Saving the last couple of portraits for later, let's rewind a bit and see what's inside.

    As said earlier, i had decided to use the kit casually as a P&S: 105mm // ISO100 (yeah, i know ... forgot to change the fixed setting except for two of them, noted below) // f2.8. I sincerely did not expect to get anything, but the first shot looked relatively ok on the LCD so i kept shooting a few. Here they are:


    Considering:





    Choir:





    "Vierge et l'Enfant"







    second one iso 400




    Choir Grille:






    Candle:






    Icon, early XIIIth c.
    iso 400





    ...
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    ............

    Sun was showing up outside, so... time for a soda break.





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    Steve, it's a pleasure to see your b/w shots.
    Thank You Osman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    An hour by the Cathedral Square (Inside the Cathedral 1/1)

    Saving the last couple of portraits for later, let's rewind a bit and see what's inside.

    As said earlier, i had decided to use the kit casually as a P&S: 105mm // ISO100 (yeah, i know ... forgot to change the fixed setting except for two of them, noted below) // A mode // f2.8. I sincerely did not expect to get anything, but the first shot looked relatively ok on the LCD so i kept shooting a few. Here they are:


    Considering:





    Choir:










    second one iso 400




    Choir Grille:






    Candle:





    Icon, early XIIIth c.
    iso 400





    ...
    Outstanding Light,Detail, IQ, Spirit & Set Corlan! The Last Shot Is So Powerful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ............

    Sun was showing up outside, so... time for a soda break.




    Adorable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    An hour by the Cathedral Square (Inside the Cathedral 1/1)

    Saving the last couple of portraits for later, let's rewind a bit and see what's inside.

    As said earlier, i had decided to use the kit casually as a P&S: 105mm // ISO100 (yeah, i know ... forgot to change the fixed setting except for two of them, noted below) // f2.8. I sincerely did not expect to get anything, but the first shot looked relatively ok on the LCD so i kept shooting a few. Here they are:

    ...
    Terrific set Corlan... exceptional really. I couldn't begin to pic a favorite from the group.

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    You're simply blowin' me away with these Cuz! This, and the two before are amazingly powerful. I'm speechless.

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    Thanks Steve, Lloyd. You're too kind.
    It's true that i was positively surprised by the relatively good quality of the outcome considering the basic settings limitations.


    Steve: incredible er.... Atomic!

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    You're simply blowin' me away with these Cuz! This, and the two before are amazingly powerful. I'm speechless.
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Steve: incredible er.... Atomic!
    Merci Beaucoup Gentlemen!

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    Here are some from the recent F1 in Singapore:






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    Terrific set Corlan... exceptional really. I couldn't begin to pic a favorite from the group.
    Couldn't have said it better!

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    Excellent shooting Hacker!

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    The happiest bison in the Tetons? A good scratch is a good scratch whoever you are!



    oohh ahhh ...





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    Amen to that! Great catch Graham!

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    Excellent shooting Hacker!
    +1 For sure. Fantastic shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    The happiest bison in the Tetons? A good scratch is a good scratch whoever you are!





    Looks like me me wife just said
    (i'm the bear version)

    Excellent, Graham!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacker View Post
    Here are some from the recent F1 in Singapore:

    Hey, can you please tell the guy to return my car?

    JK... nice gabs

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    Graham....Awesome!!!

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    Graham....Awesome!!!
    Yess!

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    Soooo wish there was F1 here. Damn NASCAR.

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    Jason..How Low Can You Go! Super,Super Shot & PP!

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    Thanks, Steve.

    Figure a night shot is worthy of a lil Ilford Delta treatment! :-)
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    Cool angle for a cool night shot Jason!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    An hour by the Cathedral Square (Inside the Cathedral 1/1)
    Saving the last couple of portraits for later, let's rewind a bit and see what's inside.
    As said earlier, i had decided to use the kit casually as a P&S: 105mm // ISO100 (yeah, i know ... forgot to change the fixed setting except for two of them, noted below) // f2.8. I sincerely did not expect to get anything, but the first shot looked relatively ok on the LCD so i kept shooting a few. Here they are:
    Choir:

    "Vierge et l'Enfant"

    second one iso 400
    Icon, early XIIIth c.
    iso 400

    ...
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ............
    Sun was showing up outside, so... time for a soda break.

    Corlan: The interiors are quite nice. ISO 100 w/F/2.8 worked well. Beautiful cathedral. Heavenly light! The colors in the stained glass are really set off by the white stone. Terrific bokeh in the second photo, above. Also, great capture with the juice. The 105 was put to good use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    You're simply blowin' me away with these Cuz! This, and the two before are amazingly powerful. I'm speechless.
    Steve: +1, just representational enough to let you fill in the whole. Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Excellent shooting Hacker!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1 For sure. Fantastic shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Hey, can you please tell the guy to return my car?
    JK... nice gabs
    Hacker: +1, +1, +1. Terrific panning captures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    The happiest bison in the Tetons? A good scratch is a good scratch whoever you are!
    oohh ahhh ...

    Graham: Nice set of photos. Handsome buffalo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Soooo wish there was F1 here. Damn NASCAR.

    Jason: Great grab! The grainy "film" suits it. Cheers, Matt.

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    Mt Moran & Jackson Lake Sunset

    D3x / 70-200 VR II



    Btw, a big thank you to the commercial video crew who'd rented the talent for their shoot ...
    Last edited by GrahamWelland; 30th September 2010 at 22:49.

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    Graham...Breath Taking Beauty!!!

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    Wow Graham, that's a beauty.
    Absolutely terrific!

    And yeah, kudos to Mr. Redford... nice setup

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    Thanks guys - I was actually shooting a beautiful fall color reflection on the lake when thus guy rowed into shot ruining the mirror like lake. I was definitely for a moment and then figured I can use him to my advantage. There was a film crew shooting advertising footage and so were directing him around for their shots so, what's a man to do? Sun's set, lake is like a mirror and there's a guy in a boat fishing and then rowing back & forth ... Too good to miss.

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    Graham, that's awesome! Way too cool.

    Did you get the signed model release? :-)
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    One of my pix made the CNN new site. (The credited Red Bull. Oh well, they paid me for it.)

    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/30...-pony-express/

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: +1, just representational enough to let you fill in the whole. Cool.

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    Appreciate it Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my pix made the CNN new site. (The credited Red Bull. Oh well, they paid me for it.)

    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/30...-pony-express/
    Lloyd....Awesome!!! Congrats!!! Proud Of You!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Mt Moran & Jackson Lake Sunset

    D3x / 70-200 VR II



    Btw, a big thank you to the commercial video crew who'd rented the talent for their shoot ...
    Wow, a postcard! Just picture perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my pix made the CNN new site. (The credited Red Bull. Oh well, they paid me for it.)

    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/30...-pony-express/
    Congrats Matt Well deserved!
    And, it is a beautiful photo.

    Did you and Mimi run with Karl already? Read a few things (well, i'd heard the name) about him and it's more than impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Mt Moran & Jackson Lake Sunset
    D3x / 70-200 VR II

    Btw, a big thank you to the commercial video crew who'd rented the talent for their shoot ...
    Graham: Beautiful, beautiful photo!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One of my pix made the CNN new site. (The credited Red Bull. Oh well, they paid me for it.)
    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/30...-pony-express/
    Lloyd: That's awesome! Congratulations. How'd your run go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Congrats Matt Well deserved!
    And, it is a beautiful photo.
    Did you and Mimi run with Karl already? Read a few things (well, i'd heard the name) about him and it's more than impressive
    Corlan: LLOYD!!

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    i hesitate to post after Graham's marvelous photo. I've been re-working some old high ISO photos. Here's a some of them. Taken North of Prince Rupert, B.C. in the Khutzeymateen Inlet. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200-400mm f/4; 210mm; 1/200s @ f/18; +2/3 EV; ISO 250


    2. D3; 14-24mm f2.8; 24mm; 1/160s @ f/11; ISO 800

    3. D300; 24-70mm f2.8; 1/160s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Congrats Matt Well deserved!
    And, it is a beautiful photo.

    Did you and Mimi run with Karl already? Read a few things (well, i'd heard the name) about him and it's more than impressive
    ok -too late to modify .
    Why in the world did i write "Matt" instead of "Lloyd"... dunno. Well sorry and..;

    Congrats, LLOYD!

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    Corlan: LLOYD!!
    Warned you guys i didn't do mornings... see?








    Price Rupert - remember from when you first posted the series... esp the one with the smoke, the hills... anyway, my fav here is #2
    (though it lacks a bit of midtone contrast on my monitor)

    Was it the same trip than the bears' ?

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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Warned you guys i didn't do mornings... see?

    Price Rupert - remember from when you first posted the series... esp the one with the smoke, the hills... anyway, my fav here is #2
    (though it lacks a bit of midtone contrast on my monitor)
    Was it the same trip than the bears' ?
    Corlan: Thanks! I'll take another look at that. I'm trying to improve my pp skills. It was the same trip with the bears.

    Here's the color version of that second one. It's probably a little harsh.



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    Sorry about the cliche'd shot but it was pretty ... As you can imagine the 10k version is more impressive but still pretty even at this size. I really wish the Teton's had some weather at the moment - bue skies are nice for the tan and tourists but scenic landscape shots need some ... ummph.

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