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    Thank you for your kind words, all of you. Interesting morning yesterday

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    ... and another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    ... and another.

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    This is undoubtedly one of your best, Jørgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thank you for your kind words, all of you. Interesting morning yesterday

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    Jorgen: I really like your titles. They're very apt and"guide" me in to the photo. Their expressions, the layered crowd, the framing, and that they dressed white-green-pink make a very interesting photo. Good eye!

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    Some more "test shots". Two from the marina at my office and one in my garage. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Here's a quick one pretty much right out the camera from an E shoot last weekend.
    D3 16-35 at 21mm, f4, 1/250th ISO 100 w/ fill flash.. or really blinding strobe since I was shooting into the sun

    D3 70-200 at 200mm, f2.8, 1/1600th ISO 100 Was dodging taxi's and cars in the middle of the street below them... worth it!!
    Jason: +1. I agree with Jorgen! Nicely done and you're still alive to show us the photo

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    ... and another.
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    Jorgen: You capture some incredible moments and colorful pieces of your city. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    ... and another.

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    Jorgen:Excellent captures. Seems to have been a solemn occasion and that is
    very sympathetically reflected in these wonderful captures.

    Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Here's a quick one pretty much right out the camera from an E shoot last weekend.



    D3 16-35 at 21mm, f4, 1/250th ISO 100 w/ fill flash.. or really blinding strobe since I was shooting into the sun


    D3 70-200 at 200mm, f2.8, 1/1600th ISO 100 Was dodging taxi's and cars in the middle of the street below them... worth it!!
    Jason: Love this one for the affection that is obvious between the couple and the warmth of the surroundings.

    Excellent composition here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some more "test shots". Two from the marina at my office and one in my garage. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Rich, beautiful textures in the Tacoma shot. Brooding, ominous scene
    we see in your BW presentation.

    Can feel them Matt! That is excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Rayyan, Great Eye! Stunning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some more "test shots". Two from the marina at my office and one in my garage. Cheers, Matt

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    Looks Like You Got A Clean Machine That Takes Some Serious Images....Could Also Possibly Be The Photog! Very Nice Work & Enjoy The 7000!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thank you for your kind words, all of you. Interesting morning yesterday

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    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 130mm and f/4.5

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    ... and another.

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    Stellar Work Jorgen!!!

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    Matt.. nice choice in bikes too

    Jorgen.. thanks! I stroll this morning and see a kid puking in the bushes from drinking too much last night. I prefer your stroll better. Beautiful!!

    Rayran.. the reflections in that canal are stunning! Great stuff.
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    Oh Woody... good stuff.

    I would like to hear everyone's thoughts who have upgraded to the new 85. I'm still using a 105 DC and love it, but ya never know!
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    Rayyan, Great Eye! Stunning!
    Steve: Thank you my friend.

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    Rayran.. the reflections in that canal are stunning! Great stuff.
    Much appreciated Jason.

    Thanks guys.

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    Jorgen, Rayyan, Jason, Matt. Great work guys. Thanks yet again for the ongoing inspiration.

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    A few more at the marina. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Rich, beautiful textures in the Tacoma shot. Brooding, ominous scene
    we see in your BW presentation.
    Can feel them Matt! That is excellent!
    Rayyan: Thank you, my friend!

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    Rayyan: Beautiful images. I esp. like the first one. That reflection expands the image beyond the frame. Lush colors and excellent contrast.

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    Looks Like You Got A Clean Machine That Takes Some Serious Images....Could Also Possibly Be The Photog! Very Nice Work & Enjoy The 7000!
    Steve: Thanks. I'm liking the camera. It's a little "toy-like" compared to the D3s or M9; but, feels good in hand, controls are familiar and easy to use, and build's very good. I'm anxious for an ACR upgrade that allows importing directly into LR3. IQ for the JPEGS is pretty good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Matt.. nice choice in bikes too : ....
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    ...Oh Woody...I would like to hear everyone's thoughts who have upgraded to the new 85. I'm still using a 105 DC and love it, but ya never know!
    Jason: Thanks. I've got the new 85mm. Haven't used it very rigorously. I believe it's better then the older one and that one was one of my favorite lenses. I'll try it with the D7000 and post some photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Jorgen, Rayyan, Jason, Matt. Great work guys. Thanks yet again for the ongoing inspiration.
    Lloyd: Thank you, sir!

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    A few more at the marina. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice detail work Matt. I'm impressed with the clarity and sharpness I'm seeing in your shots with this lens. How does it compare to the 70-300 VR?

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    Thank you again for all your kind words. It's a great inspiration. I'm off to rural Thailand

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    Nice detail work Matt. I'm impressed with the clarity and sharpness I'm seeing in your shots with this lens. How does it compare to the 70-300 VR?
    Lloyd: Thanks. I think that it's quite a bit better. The 70-300mm VR lens is the one I used on our Spokane trip. Cheers, Matt

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    Jorgen, Rayyan, Jason, Matt. Great work guys. Thanks yet again for the ongoing inspiration.
    Lloyd: Thanks pal.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Thank you, my friend!



    Rayyan: Beautiful images. I esp. like the first one. That reflection expands the image beyond the frame. Lush colors and excellent contrast.

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    A few more at the marina. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt, love the wood grain and the heads-on framing in the first one. The sepia and the tight framing in the second one is oH so delicious. The tonality is marvellous.

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    Mikoo: Thanks for sharing a slice of life in Indoneasia ( ? ). I particularly like
    the above two. The first is a lovely shot of a formally proper cyclist within a broader view of the city, while the second appeals to me for its tight framing.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    A ligament tear does force one to slow down and stop climbing mountains or
    taking long hikes! We are told this would last for a few months..

    Besides, one is not too cheerful either..



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    Magic!

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    Mikoo: Great images. I, like Rayyan, like the first one for pretty much the same reasons. The second one above is a terrific group photo with some fun and style. I like the kid's "look".

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    Matt, love the wood grain and the heads-on framing in the first one. The sepia and the tight framing in the second one is oH so delicious. The tonality is marvellous.
    Rayyan: Thank you very much!

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    m3photo: Perfect! Deliciate focus, beautiful color, great expression and nice framing.

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    A ligament tear does force one to slow down and stop climbing mountains or
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    Besides, one is not too cheerful either..
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    Rayyan: Three great images in a row.

    Wet pavement, isolated couple, yellow umbrella. Good eye!

    Ayesha's photo violates several "rules of composition" and despite that is a fine, balanced, and composed portrait. She doesn't look happy. Hope she's healing well?

    Excellent reflections! No window frame to guide you, so, you have to look a little harder (which is cool).

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    "La Nina" has arrived in Seattle. Wet and cold weather coming. Rained all day. These are from a couple of days ago. Cheers, Matt.

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    Magic!
    Lloyd: Thank you kindly sir.

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    Rayyan: [/B] Three great images in a row.

    Wet pavement, isolated couple, yellow umbrella. Good eye!

    Ayesha's photo violates several "rules of composition" and despite that is a fine, balanced, and composed portrait. She doesn't look happy. Hope she's healing well?

    Excellent reflections! No window frame to guide you, so, you have to look a little harder (which is cool).

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    Matt: Grateful for your gracious comments, as always.

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    "La Nina" has arrived in Seattle. Wet and cold weather coming. Rained all day. These are from a couple of days ago. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: Hope no damage to life is done sir. The BW, imho, more closely refletcs
    the rain, the sound and fury of a tropical storm.

    But the sky in the first photo conveys to me more than the BW. Go figure!

    The framing adds to the drama. The boat seems isolated from the land.

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    Been relaxing upcountry for a couple of days. There was water

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    Matt: Hope no damage to life is done sir. The BW, imho, more closely refletcs
    the rain, the sound and fury of a tropical storm.

    But the sky in the first photo conveys to me more than the BW. Go figure!

    The framing adds to the drama. The boat seems isolated from the land.
    Matt: I also like the dramatic sky of the color, but otherwise, I'm all about the b/w version. Very strong image.

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    A few more at the marina. Cheers, Matt

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    Real Nice Matt!

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    Like these 3 very much Mikoo!

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    Brilliant work Rayyan!

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    A ligament tear does force one to slow down and stop climbing mountains or
    taking long hikes! We are told this would last for a few months..

    Besides, one is not too cheerful either..


    Hopefully a Fast Recovery will come & a Smile shall follow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    "La Nina" has arrived in Seattle. Wet and cold weather coming. Rained all day. These are from a couple of days ago. Cheers, Matt.

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    Both very Nice!

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    Been relaxing upcountry for a couple of days. There was water

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    Jorgen, the bar once again is raised higher! Inspirational work!

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    Hopefully a Fast Recovery will come & a Smile shall follow!
    +1 from here.

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    Jorgen, the bar once again is raised higher! Inspirational work!
    Yes, indeed. Nuff said.

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    Brilliant work Rayyan!
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    I am sincerely grateful for your generous comments and encouragement Steve.

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