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    D80, Nikkor AF 35mm f/2D

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    One from Ayesha..




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    We saw mountains..


    We saw streams..


    We saw places to make merry..


    And we saw places to find solace..


    We are thankful to Him for His Blessings.
    Amen My Brotha! Magnificent!
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    My 1st shot with my D3s and 70-200mm AF-S VR II with 1.4 tc, hand held and I think I forgot to turn on VR opps.


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    One from Ayesha..



    A Talented Family! So Very Nice!

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    Curves.

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    Curves.
    Oh yes... And what nice curves! (Hey, wait! I just noticed the cars. They're kewl too.)

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    Punkin Dog (Sesame)

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    Rush Hour

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    Olympic Fountain

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    Great series Jason!

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    Snapped with the D3S at 2000 ISO and the 200mm f2 wide open - it was almost dark!


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    Great stuff, Don.

    I so love that lens! And pretty much any dogs!
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    My 1st shot with my D3s and 70-200mm AF-S VR II with 1.4 tc, hand held and I think I forgot to turn on VR opps.
    Steven
    Steven: Nice, even without the VR!

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    Elegant simplicity. Beautiful.
    MHC: +1,


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    One from Ayesha..
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    Rayyan: I like the composition of Ayesha's photo. Texture, form and reflections.

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    Curves.
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    Punkin Dog (Sesame)
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    Rush Hour
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    Olympic Fountain
    Jason: Great set of images! Curves - appealing qualities. Punkin Dog - photos of your hound are alway cool. Rush hour - excellent colors and movement blur. Olympic Fountain - well composed and captured.

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    Oh yes... And what nice curves! (Hey, wait! I just noticed the cars. They're kewl too.)
    Cars? What cars?

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    Amen My Brotha! Magnificent!

    A Talented Family! So Very Nice!
    Steve: Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll;255677

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    Rayyan[/B]: I like the composition of Ayesha's photo. Texture, form and reflections.


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    Curves.

    VVrrooommmm!! Beautiful.

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    Punkin Dog (Sesame)
    Adorable.

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    Beautiful compositions. The color in #1 and #3 is sooo nice. Then canine capture is so warm and loving.

    Best.

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    Three more of the Loof Carousel in Spokane, WA. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 28mm; 1/20s @ f/3.5; ISO 500


    2. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 70mm; 1/20s @ f/5; ISO 1600


    3. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 28mm; 1/20s @ f/3.5; ISO 400


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    Three more of the Loof Carousel in Spokane, WA. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 28mm; 1/20s @ f/3.5; ISO 500


    2. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 70mm; 1/20s @ f/5; ISO 1600


    3. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 28mm; 1/20s @ f/3.5; ISO 400


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    Matt: Brings the childhood back to me. The thrill of the fair, the colors, the details in the second photo. Looking at the third photo, I expect to hear the musical sounds. You see Matt, when I was young, my parents could not afford to take me to fun fairs, carnivals, carousels or rides..very rarely I went.

    Carousels hold a special place in my heart.

    Thanks for bringing the joys of childhood back.

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    Matt: Brings the childhood back to me. The thrill of the fair, the colors, the details in the second photo. Looking at the third photo, I expect to hear the musical sounds. You see Matt, when I was young, my parents could not afford to take me to fun fairs, carnivals, carousels or rides..very rarely I went.

    Carousels hold a special place in my heart.

    Thanks for bringing the joys of childhood back.
    Rayyan: My pleasure! One of the things that photography does well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Three more of the Loof Carousel in Spokane, WA. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D700; 28-300mm f/3.5; 28mm; 1/20s @ f/3.5; ISO 500



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    Beautiful movement,color & reminiscing moment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Brings the childhood back to me. The thrill of the fair, the colors, the details in the second photo. Looking at the third photo, I expect to hear the musical sounds. You see Matt, when I was young, my parents could not afford to take me to fun fairs, carnivals, carousels or rides..very rarely I went.

    Carousels hold a special place in my heart.

    Thanks for bringing the joys of childhood back.
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    Beautiful movement,color & reminiscing moment!
    Does indeed conjure some fond memories... not only of my own childhood, but of times with my kids. I think I need to take the grandkids to one soon.

    Nicely captured. Thanks for the memories.

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    D700, ZF 35 F2

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    D700, ZF 35 F2

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Gorgeous colors (and shots), Steve. (You're just taunting me with that lens, aren't you?)

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    Gorgeous colors (and shots), Steve. (You're just taunting me with that lens, aren't you?)
    Thanks Lloyd & Sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Beautiful movement,color & reminiscing moment!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Does indeed conjure some fond memories... not only of my own childhood, but of times with my kids. I think I need to take the grandkids to one soon.

    Nicely captured. Thanks for the memories.
    Gentlemen: Thank you!

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    Pictures from my new nikon D7000! Just received this morning.

    (IMG)http://nothing(/IMG)

    (IMG)http://nothing in color(/IMG)

    Oh wait!
    Lightroom 3/ ACR/CS5 don't recognize the NEF's that the D7000 produces!
    The version of NX2 that came with the camera's at my office!
    The "trial" version downloaded to my MacBook Pro doesn't work (0 days remaining)!
    The latest NX2 version is supposed to have problems with Snow Leopard, anyway!
    I shot only RAW. Didn't want any jpegs!



    The form factor of the camera's very nice. The photo's look good on the camera LCD!



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    D700, ZF 35 F2
    Steve: These are outrageously beautiful!!! Outrageously beautiful! The colors are vibrant, but "natural". (I looked for some Fall leaves today. Took a few photos with the D7000)

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    Steve: These are outrageously beautiful!!! Outrageously beautiful! The colors are vibrant, but "natural". (I looked for some Fall leaves today. Took a few photos with the D7000)

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    Thank You Matt! Hey Congrats On Yet Another New Trinket To Your Stable!

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    Pictures from my new nikon D7000! Just received this morning.

    (IMG)http://nothing(/IMG)

    (IMG)http://nothing in color(/IMG)

    Oh wait!
    Lightroom 3/ ACR/CS5 don't recognize the NEF's that the D7000 produces!
    The version of NX2 that came with the camera's at my office!
    The "trial" version downloaded to my MacBook Pro doesn't work (0 days remaining)!
    The latest NX2 version is supposed to have problems with Snow Leopard, anyway!
    I shot only RAW. Didn't want any jpegs!



    The form factor of the camera's very nice. The photo's look good on the camera LCD!



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    You'll be up & running before you know it! Let her Rip & post up when she's good to go..!

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    Duh! I forgot about in-camera conversion to jpegs. Lightroom reads the jpegs. Our yard and library.

    1. D7000; 105mm f/2.8 VR; 1/80s @ f/5; ISO 100


    2. D7000; 105mm f/2.8 VR; 1/80s @ f/5; ISO 100


    3. D7000; 85mm f/1.4G; 1/20s @ f/5; ISO 100


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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    D700, ZF 35 F2
    Steve: Glorious color, framing. Brilliant my friend; what an autumn introduction. What a place to walk!!

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    I love the layered composition and colour. Very nice image.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Duh! I forgot about in-camera conversion to jpegs. Lightroom reads the jpegs. Our yard and library.

    1. D7000; 105mm f/2.8 VR; 1/80s @ f/5; ISO 100


    2. D7000; 105mm f/2.8 VR; 1/80s @ f/5; ISO 100


    3. D7000; 85mm f/1.4G; 1/20s @ f/5; ISO 100


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    Matt: Congratulations my friend. We seem to be getting an Autumn Fest here.
    Beautiful colors in all three. Vivid. Love the library shot.

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    Rayyan: Thanks! Steve inspired me to go find a little Fall. My wife has this thing for frogs. Cheers, Matt.

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    Steve: Glorious color, framing. Brilliant my friend; what an autumn introduction. What a place to walk!!
    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I love the layered composition and colour. Very nice image.
    Gentlemen, I Thank You Both Sincerely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Duh! I forgot about in-camera conversion to jpegs. Lightroom reads the jpegs. Our yard and library.


    2. D7000; 105mm f/2.8 VR; 1/80s @ f/5; ISO 100



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    Nice Razor Thin DOF & Deep Color!

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    Monsoon season. Time to get wet

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0


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    Jorgen, so sharp,colorful & emotion filled! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Monsoon season. Time to get wet

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0

    This reminds me of an older discussion that took place here about how different photographers can chose to depict a situation in different ways. Some choose to exaggerate the "horror" or misery of a situation, others capture the better aspects of human resolve and spirit. I like that these people are smiling and dealing with the high water with good humor. Nice shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Congratulations my friend. We seem to be getting an Autumn Fest here.
    Beautiful colors in all three. Vivid. Love the library shot.
    These really are great! Congrats on the new toy... er, I meant "tool". Yes, that's that ticket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    This reminds me of an older discussion that took place here about how different photographers can chose to depict a situation in different ways. Some choose to exaggerate the "horror" or misery of a situation, others capture the better aspects of human resolve and spirit. I like that these people are smiling and dealing with the high water with good humor. Nice shot.
    Well said Tim. And a great shot Jorgen.

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    Made a quick stop on the way to work this morning.

    All with the D3 and the 70-300 VR:






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    Made a quick stop on the way to work this morning.

    All with the D3 and the 70-300 VR:




    Glad you stopped Lloyd! Golden light! This one's my favorite!

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    My son is selling a couple of motorcycles, and asked me to take some pix for his ad:

    D3, 105VR:


    D3, 70-200VRII:

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    Lloyd... I like your commute if that's your way to work. Mine is down a dark hallway, or just a roll off the right side of the bed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My son is selling a couple of motorcycles, and asked me to take some pix for his ad:


    D3, 70-200VRII:
    This is so Sharp! Wish Him Good Luck! Great Photos!

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    Matt... the D7000? Already? Does Nikon just drop ship everything that's brand new to your doorstep?

    Great images. How's the shutter noise? I'm looking for something quieter than my D700 for street or travel. Or I just need to pony up for an M8/9. To do that, I'll need to book 3 of my biggest wedding packages... so if you guys know anyone getting married .... ;-)

    Looking forward to a lil write up on that hawk. Chase Jarvis LOVES it. I would have no problem hauling that out at a wedding as a back up/3rd body or if I needed extra reach for a mile long aisle like this one....



    I needed/wanted a 400 for this thing. It's the longest aisle in Chicago.
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    Very nice Lloyd! Way to see!

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    Glad you stopped Lloyd! Golden light! This one's my favorite!
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    Matt... the D7000? Already? Does Nikon just drop ship everything that's brand new to your doorstep?

    Great images. How's the shutter noise? I'm looking for something quieter than my D700 for street or travel. Or I just need to pony up for an M8/9. To do that, I'll need to book 3 of my biggest wedding packages... so if you guys know anyone getting married .... ;-)

    Looking forward to a lil write up on that hawk. Chase Jarvis LOVES it. I would have no problem hauling that out at a wedding as a back up/3rd body or if I needed extra reach for a mile long aisle like this one....



    I needed/wanted a 400 for this thing. It's the longest aisle in Chicago.
    Nice shot, and very nicely composed, Jason. I like the b/w conversion as well. (Gorgeous bride!)

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