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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
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    Jorgen, relaxation, water and super photography. What else does a man need?

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    I passed by a window. I wish I had Velvia 50, the real thing...I made do with a coke!

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    m3photo: Perfect! Deliciate focus, beautiful color, great expression and nice framing.
    Thank you Matt. Love the new word "Deliciate" - combination of "delicate" and "delicious"?

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    I passed by a window. I wish I had Velvia 50, the real thing...I made do with a coke!
    Gorgeous color Rayyan. No Velvia necessary for you, my friend.

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    I passed by a window. I wish I had Velvia 50, the real thing...I made do with a coke!
    I like Coke! Vibrantly Delicious!

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    Gorgeous color Rayyan. No Velvia necessary for you, my friend.
    Lloyd: Too generous you are my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    I like Coke! Vibrantly Delicious!
    Steve: It was a difficult drink to find across the Wine route in France, so we switched to Pepsi!! Diet.

    Really grateful to you both Lloyd and Steve for your continuous encouragement.

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    We have some visitors in my home from Canada....

    My namesake and youngest grandson Rayyan; His latest passion seems to the Bakugan thingy..


    Total immersion in a world of his own..and the Bakugan creatures!

    But what about our friend Hamza? He has been nursing a hairline fracture wrist while on the ice skating rink. The cast is off, and the brace is on. One of the reason I left him behind this summer..


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    Quick grab from this morning.

    D3, 18-35/3.5-4.5

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    Quick grab from this morning.

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    A master painter at work here. Stunning and gorgeous vista.

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    Hello,

    after lurking at this and the "Leica Images"-thread for some weeks and beeing really impressed by the quality of the pics as well as by the friendly atmosphere here I feel encouraged to post a first "test-pic" (hope the upload shows acceptable quality).

    Though my primary interest aims at (mostly WA) architectural photography/urban landscapes here an approach to "street" - hints for improvement always appreciated:


    D 700, 5o/1.4 G @ 1.4 - Sweet Melancholy


    Please excuse my poor English and thx for your interest!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    We have some visitors in my home from Canada....

    My namesake and youngest grandson Rayyan; His latest passion seems to the Bakugan thingy..


    Total immersion in a world of his own..and the Bakugan creatures!

    But what about our friend Hamza? He has been nursing a hairline fracture wrist while on the ice skating rink. The cast is off, and the brace is on. One of the reason I left him behind this summer..

    Thanks for expanding my horizons a little Rayyan. I had never heard of Bakugan, so I Googled it, and now no way too much!

    Handsome guys, your grandsons. They come by it honestly. Looks like there's a lot of healing going on in your family. Speedy recovery to you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    A master painter at work here. Stunning and gorgeous vista.
    I'm honored, my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Hello,

    after lurking at this and the "Leica Images"-thread for some weeks and beeing really impressed by the quality of the pics as well as by the friendly atmosphere here I feel encouraged to post a first "test-pic" (hope the upload shows acceptable quality).

    Though my primary interest aims at (mostly WA) architectural photography/urban landscapes here an approach to "street" - hints for improvement always appreciated:


    D 700, 5o/1.4 G @ 1.4 - Sweet Melancholy

    Please excuse my poor English and thx for your interest!
    Excellent image, wonderful b/w conversion. Welcome to the forum Hermann. Looking forward to much, much more from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We have some visitors in my home from Canada....

    My namesake and youngest grandson Rayyan; His latest passion seems to the Bakugan thingy..


    Total immersion in a world of his own..and the Bakugan creatures!

    But what about our friend Hamza? He has been nursing a hairline fracture wrist while on the ice skating rink. The cast is off, and the brace is on. One of the reason I left him behind this summer..

    A pleasurable visit from 2 fine young men! Hamza's expression is adorable! Rayyan, we need Everyone Healthy & Repaired for a Family Photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Quick grab from this morning.

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    Very Stephen King(ish)! Hauntingly Powerful! Excellent Grab Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Hello,

    after lurking at this and the "Leica Images"-thread for some weeks and beeing really impressed by the quality of the pics as well as by the friendly atmosphere here I feel encouraged to post a first "test-pic" (hope the upload shows acceptable quality).

    Though my primary interest aims at (mostly WA) architectural photography/urban landscapes here an approach to "street" - hints for improvement always appreciated:


    D 700, 5o/1.4 G @ 1.4 - Sweet Melancholy


    Please excuse my poor English and thx for your interest!
    Sehr Schon Hermann! Welcome to the Forum!

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    Thank you Matt. Love the new word "Deliciate" - combination of "delicate" and "delicious"?
    Michael: It was probably late and i ignored the red line. I like your explanation better. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Matt: I also like the dramatic sky of the color, but otherwise, I'm all about the b/w version. Very strong image.
    Rayyan/Lloyd: Gentlemen, thanks. I agree with both of you. 40mm more, further down the pier, and i lost the sky. No damage from the storm, but the political election circus is killing me!

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    Real Nice Matt!
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Both very Nice!
    Steve: Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
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    Jorgen: Isn't it the end of the monsoon season? Well seen! A wildlife, or sports, photographer would be ecstatic to get that last one!

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    I passed by a window. I wish I had Velvia 50, the real thing...I made do with a coke!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Gorgeous color Rayyan. No Velvia necessary for you, my friend.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    I like Coke! Vibrantly Delicious!
    Rayyan:+1, +1. Brilliant job with that digital thingie!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We have some visitors in my home from Canada....
    My namesake and youngest grandson Rayyan; His latest passion seems to the Bakugan thingy..
    Total immersion in a world of his own..and the Bakugan creatures!
    But what about our friend Hamza? He has been nursing a hairline fracture wrist while on the ice skating rink. The cast is off, and the brace is on. One of the reason I left him behind this summer..
    Rayyan: Good looking boys and excellent photos. Glad Hamza's fracture's getting better. Actually, young Rayyan should have had the skating rink mishap in Hockey crazy Canada.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Sometimes you get lucky when your flash doesn't fire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Sometimes you get lucky when your flash doesn't fire!
    Oh yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Quick grab from this morning.

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    Lloyd: Beautiful sky. The wide angle distortion strengthens the impression. Did you use Nik HDR Efex Pro on this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Hello,

    after lurking at this and the "Leica Images"-thread for some weeks and beeing really impressed by the quality of the pics as well as by the friendly atmosphere here I feel encouraged to post a first "test-pic" (hope the upload shows acceptable quality).

    Though my primary interest aims at (mostly WA) architectural photography/urban landscapes here an approach to "street" - hints for improvement always appreciated:


    D 700, 5o/1.4 G @ 1.4 - Sweet Melancholy


    Please excuse my poor English and thx for your interest!
    Hermann: Welcome to this forum! Your photo captures the relationship and action of the people. You've also, established a strong architectural context with your composition that contributes a lot to the image. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Beautiful sky. The wide angle distortion strengthens the impression. Did you use Nik HDR Efex Pro on this one?

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    Thanks Matt. No, although that might be interesting to try on it, this was just a couple of quick tweaks in LR.
    Last edited by Lloyd; 25th October 2010 at 19:36.

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    Oh yes!
    Jason: +1! Very cool!

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    Thanks for expanding my horizons a little Rayyan. I had never heard of Bakugan, so I Googled it, and now no way too much!

    Handsome guys, your grandsons. They come by it honestly. Looks like there's a lot of healing going on in your family. Speedy recovery to you all.
    Lloyd: A sincere thanks sir. I still don't know about them Bakugan!! Really appreciate your kind wishes Lloyd.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    A pleasurable visit from 2 fine young men! Hamza's expression is adorable! Rayyan, we need Everyone Healthy & Repaired for a Family Photo!
    Steve:Yes sir, pleasurable but adorably noisy too!! Thank you Steve for your
    well wishes. Really appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan:+1, +1. Brilliant job with that digital thingie!


    Rayyan: Good looking boys and excellent photos. Glad Hamza's fracture's getting better. Actually, young Rayyan should have had the skating rink mishap in Hockey crazy Canada.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: I remember Rayyan's mother having fractured her leg around this age on roller blades! Can these things run in a family? Grateful for your comments Matt.

    Lloyd, Steve, Matt my best wishes to you guys and your families and friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    D 700, 5o/1.4 G @ 1.4 - Sweet Melancholy


    Please excuse my poor English and thx for your interest!
    Hermann: Welcome to the forum..and may I say with a superb capture of people in their enviornment. Very well done indeed. Here's hoping you share a lot more of your photos with us.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Sometimes you get lucky when your flash doesn't fire!
    Jason: As Lloyd so succinctly expressed it..Oh! yes indeed.

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    The sun is much brighter; the vegetation is very different; very different than home; Rayyan looks out the window...


    Ah well! he decides not to venture outside the house; and returns to his imaginary friends..


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    The inside of the wig store. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The sun is much brighter; the vegetation is very different; very different than home; Rayyan looks out the window...
    Ah well! he decides not to venture outside the house; and returns to his imaginary friends..
    Rayyan: Beautiful photos. There's a timeless quality to them that will make you smile when you look at them fifteen years from now. They'll also remind you of how fast he grew up, and moved out into the world, instead of staying inside with you. (I've been scanning photos of our daughter from fifteen plus years ago).

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Beautiful photos. There's a timeless quality to them that will make you smile when you look at them fifteen years from now. They'll also remind you of how fast he grew up, and moved out into the world, instead of staying inside with you. (I've been scanning photos of our daughter from fifteen plus years ago).

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    Thank you kindly Matt. Indeed the days seem to pass so quickly and I seem to be growing older that much faster!

    My best wishes to you and your Matt.

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    The inside of the wig store. Cheers, Matt

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    I am surprised they let you in amongst all these beautiful females Lovely insider look; and lucky you.

    Nicely done friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Quick grab from this morning.
    Cool grab, Lloyd

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    In times far far past, when digital was just a dream and cameras came standard with a 50mm lens ( for poor folks at least ), we visited Paris.

    Surprising to me that this month too, I only had the 50mm mounted on my cam when in France.

    From the archives and digitized ( of course )..


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    Thank you all for your kind words. Matt, the monsoon season isn't finished yet. It often lasts until the first week of November, and the most problematic flooding usually comes towards the end. This year, it has been problematic plus. The rain is still pouring down, and people in Bangkok are wondering if the city will be flooded or not. There hasn't been a real flood for over 20 years here.

    In Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), it's really bad, and parts of the city have been under deep water for well over a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The sun is much brighter; the vegetation is very different; very different than home; Rayyan looks out the window...

    Ah well! he decides not to venture outside the house; and returns to his imaginary friends..
    Excellent story telling (yet again) Rayyan. I really like your processing here as well.

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    In times far far past, when digital was just a dream and cameras came standard with a 50mm lens ( for poor folks at least ), we visited Paris.

    Surprising to me that this month too, I only had the 50mm mounted on my cam when in France.

    From the archives and digitized ( of course )..

    Great image Rayyan. You and a 50mm make a great timea. (BTW, as for the subject... beautiful then, beautiful now!! Oh yes.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Cool grab, Lloyd
    Thank you sir.

    And that most recent post is impressive. The people just seem to go about their business. I hope it all ends well.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
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    Thank you Osman. Hope things are going well for you and your family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I am surprised they let you in amongst all these beautiful females Lovely insider look; and lucky you.

    Nicely done friend.
    +1 from here in the peanut gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The sun is much brighter; the vegetation is very different; very different than home; Rayyan looks out the window...


    Ah well! he decides not to venture outside the house; and returns to his imaginary friends..

    Adorable!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    In times far far past, when digital was just a dream and cameras came standard with a 50mm lens ( for poor folks at least ), we visited Paris.

    Surprising to me that this month too, I only had the 50mm mounted on my cam when in France.

    From the archives and digitized ( of course )..

    So Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Sometimes you get lucky when your flash doesn't fire!

    Excellent!

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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm and f/5.0



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    Excellent story telling (yet again) Rayyan. I really like your processing here as well.
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    Great image Rayyan. You and a 50mm make a great timea. (BTW, as for the subject... beautiful then, beautiful now!! Oh yes.)
    Lloyd: Grateful sir. I used Nik sw for bw processing here.

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    So Cool!
    Steve: Thank you.

    Lloyd, Steve..my best regards.

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    Thank you sir.

    And that most recent post is impressive. The people just seem to go about their business. I hope it all ends well.



    Thank you Osman. Hope things are going well for you and your family.
    Thank you, Lloyd, things have taken a positive turn these last few days

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    Great image Rayyan. You and a 50mm make a great timea. (BTW, as for the subject... beautiful then, beautiful now!! Oh yes.)
    Rayyan: +1, Nice processing an a charming photo of Ayesha.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thank you all for your kind words. Matt, the monsoon season isn't finished yet. It often lasts until the first week of November, and the most problematic flooding usually comes towards the end. This year, it has been problematic plus. The rain is still pouring down, and people in Bangkok are wondering if the city will be flooded or not. There hasn't been a real flood for over 20 years here.

    In Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), it's really bad, and parts of the city have been under deep water for well over a week.
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    Jorgen: It's amazing what people go through with a smile on their face. I'm assuming you're in a boat? The B&W of the fishing nets is very interesting: minimalist high design. I'd like to see that one in color, too.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Today's nonsensical, inconsequential, unsubstantial fluff. Cheers, Matt

    D7000; 24-120mm f/4 VR; 112mm; 1/250s @ f/4; ISO 400


    D7000; 24-120mm f/4 VR; 24mm; 1/30s @ f/4; ISO 400


    D7000; 24-120mm f/4 VR; 30mm; 1/30s @ f/4; ISO 640


    D7000; 24-120mm f/4 VR; 120mm; 1/30s @ f/4; ISO 1250

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