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    Rayyan: Such a noble look and feel, great composition and concentration
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    Now I need some of that!!
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    Rayyan, Beautiful Contrast,Composition & Reflection!
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    Rayyan: Very graphic and elegant. The strong contrast and the black background makes the objects 'pop'. The reflective metal handle provides a sense of depth that isn't provided by the background. Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    A few more:

    All with D3s and 70-200vrII.

    posted here.
    Vlad: Powerful and beautiful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    What fantasticness!!!

    Got a lot of catching up to do!

    Here's a quick one from my shoot the other day.


    Jason: Lovely.

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    My Mo' in week 2

    Jason: Excellent detail.


    Fanatstic collection guys.

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    Horse with Nik HDR Efex Pro. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Horsey capture, if I ever saw one. Beautiful tie-in with the surrounds.
    Lovely colors.

    How's the Nik HDR working for you? meaning to try it.

    And why might I ask, do you need the M8?

    Take care.

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    Horse with Nik HDR Efex Pro. Cheers, Matt



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    Matt: Revealing example for the pros and contras of the new SW, thank you for sharing! I suppose, it's a single exposure HDR, isn't it? I saw Lloyd's example on the Leica-Picture-Thread as well and am still not convinced whether it's my cup of tea. But why not give it a try ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Breakfast...


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    Vlad: Superb set of photos!!! The set you posted on FM is equally outstanding. I like the way you picked up the character of the parade with individual "portraits" and cadence and rhythm with sets of legs, instruments, etc. Very evocative. This one got to me. Thanks for sharing.

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    Big +1 from me Vlad. Saw the whole set over on FM. Excellent work.

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    What fantasticness!!!

    Got a lot of catching up to do!

    Here's a quick one from my shoot the other day.

    Love this shot Jason. (The "Mo" is coming along as well)

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    Excellent conversion Matt. Wouldn't have guessed HDR if you hadn't said so.

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    Breakfast...

    Very nice Rayyan. Almost an abstract.

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    Breakfast...
    Rayyan: Maybe not for everyone , but for me it works. Great composition and colors, a great capture
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    Since I waste the little money I have on useless, outdated equipment, and won't be able to buy the hyperfantastic new models that can take photos of the inside of my brain, with the lens cap on, until they are on fire sale after having been replaced at least twice, I found that it made sense to go for a stroll with my rather ancient D80. It still works

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 17mm, f/2.8, 1/40s and ISO800



    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 31mm, f/2.8, 1/15s and ISO800


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    Vlad: Superb set of photos!!! The set you posted on FM is equally outstanding. I like the way you picked up the character of the parade with individual "portraits" and cadence and rhythm with sets of legs, instruments, etc. Very evocative. This one got to me. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Matt and all others.

    This shot in particular is my favorite as well. The gentleman was a Vietnam Vet and stood by the parade, smoking away. Often times other vets from the parade walked over, shook his hand. Very often others waved to him and said "Welcome Home". Powerful stuff.

    I noticed him early on, about two hours later the light was lighting him from the back and I waited for the moment when he took a big puff on his cigarette and the shot was in the bag - or on the card, rather.

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    Love it when the whippets just know how to find great light!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Since I waste the little money I have on useless, outdated equipment, and won't be able to buy the hyperfantastic new models that can take photos of the inside of my brain, with the lens cap on, until they are on fire sale after having been replaced at least twice, I found that it made sense to go for a stroll with my rather ancient D80. It still works

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 31mm, f/2.8, 1/15s and ISO800

    Great shots Jorgen. Love the one of the bike.

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    Breakfast...

    Great view & shot Rayyan!

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    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 17mm, f/2.8, 1/40s and ISO800


    Excellent!

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    Horse with Nik HDR Efex Pro. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice image with the new Nik!

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    Love it when the whippets just know how to find great light!!

    Super!

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    Very nice Rayyan. Almost an abstract.
    Lloyd: Thanks sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: Maybe not for everyone , but for me it works. Great composition and colors, a great capture
    Hermann: Appreciate your kind words sir.

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    Great view & shot Rayyan!
    Steve: Hey Steve, thanks a lot pal.

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    Matt: Horsey capture, if I ever saw one. Beautiful tie-in with the surrounds.
    Lovely colors.
    How's the Nik HDR working for you? meaning to try it.
    And why might I ask, do you need the M8?
    Take care.
    Rayyan: Thank you, my friend I think the software's worth it. There's quite a bit that you can do beyond the "HDR" style. The M8? I've been looking at my old M8 photos and liking them. I'm also interested in the "crop" factor. And, it's so pretty in chrome! And...I'm an idiot!

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Matt: Revealing example for the pros and contras of the new SW, thank you for sharing! I suppose, it's a single exposure HDR, isn't it? I saw Lloyd's example on the Leica-Picture-Thread as well and am still not convinced whether it's my cup of tea. But why not give it a try ...
    Hermann: It is a single picture processed. The two B & W's that i posted on the Leica thread last night were run through the SW. I think there's some subtle processing that you can do with it. Give it a try.

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    Breakfast...

    Rayyan: Nice view though the skylight! Abstract as Lloyd said.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    ...Excellent conversion Matt. Wouldn't have guessed HDR if you hadn't said so.
    Lloyd: Thanks. Lot's of interesting potential in that software.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Since I waste the little money I have on useless, outdated equipment, and won't be able to buy the hyperfantastic new models that can take photos of the inside of my brain, with the lens cap on, until they are on fire sale after having been replaced at least twice, I found that it made sense to go for a stroll with my rather ancient D80. It still works

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 17mm, f/2.8, 1/40s and ISO800

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 31mm, f/2.8, 1/15s and ISO800

    Jorgen: "It's not the tools, it's the carpenter" Must have that saying in Denmark and Thailand. I like both of these. The colors in the bike and the corrugated metal wall are really wonderful.

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    Nice image with the new Nik!
    Steve: Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Super!
    Jason: +1, I like it when you share photos of them in the nice light. Very elegant dogs.

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    Attempt at night time HDR of the city.


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    Attempt at night time HDR of the city.
    Vlad: Nice "attempt"! You've got a heck of a view.

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    Trying out the new 70-200 with the new TC-20E III. The third photo is an extreme crop of the second one. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/200s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    2. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/250s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    3. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/250s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    4. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/1600s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    5. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/3200s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    6. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/500s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


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    Vlad, very nice shot with slight HDR effect!

    Matt, the converter is sweet paired up with the 70-200vr2! Last one has some interesting bokeh...

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    Trying out the new 70-200 with the new TC-20E III.
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    What is your initial impression of this combination? Esp. change in image quality and focusing speed/accuracy compared to "bare" 70-200.

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    6. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II w/TC-20E III; 400mm; 1/500s @ f/5.6; ISO 800


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    Matt: seems a nice pair. But as Steve mentions some strange bokeh there pal!

    Good color though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Trying out the new 70-200 with the new TC-20E III. The third photo is an extreme crop of the second one. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Outstanding Cuteness! My Buddy Hamza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Vlad, very nice shot with slight HDR effect!
    Matt, the converter is sweet paired up with the 70-200vr2! Last one has some interesting bokeh...
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    Trying out the new 70-200 with the new TC-20E III.
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    Matt: seems a nice pair. But as Steve mentions some strange bokeh there pal!
    Good color though!
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    Gentlemen: All and all, i think that it's pretty good. Didn't notice any focusing issues and for 400m, the IQ's OK. Not as good as a 200-400mm or a 400mm, but OK, and a lot lighter (and less expensive). Probably a reasonable option if you're not a real wildlife shooter. Needs some more photos taken.

    I just figured out the "strange bokeh"! I was shooting through some branches that were relatively close to me.

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    That's not bokeh, that's a Predator's cloaking field! Run lady! Run!
    Carlos: It does look like that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Outstanding Cuteness! My Buddy Hamza?
    Rayyan: +1, "outstanding cuteness" and pp!

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    Outstanding Cuteness! My Buddy Hamza?
    Steve: Hamza's sister. Thank you so much sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Rayyan: +1, "outstanding cuteness" and pp!

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    A few details from this morning's trip to an old church nearby.

    Pretty rump-worn!


    Still plays!


    From the outside through a thick sheet of plastic to a stained glass window.

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    Gentlemen: All and all, i think that it's pretty good. Didn't notice any focusing issues and for 400m, the IQ's OK. Not as good as a 200-400mm or a 400mm, but OK, and a lot lighter (and less expensive). Probably a reasonable option if you're not a real wildlife shooter.
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    Thanks...with that recommendation, I went to the local camera and bought one. :>)

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    Well it's dark outside so I taped a home printed target on the wall and shot with available light. 70-200 VRII + 20E III...1/60 f/5.6 400mm. Hand-held and tripod. I am impressed with this combination. (They are somewhat sharper prior to jpg conversion)

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    A few details from this morning's trip to an old church nearby.

    Pretty rump-worn!


    Still plays!


    From the outside through a thick sheet of plastic to a stained glass window.
    Tim: Really nice series! Thanks for explaining the last one. The well used chairs and the worn piano keys really make you imagine the people, over the years, that did that.

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    Well it's dark outside so I taped a home printed target on the wall and shot with available light. 70-200 VRII + 20E III...1/60 f/5.6 400mm. Hand-held and tripod. I am impressed with this combination. (They are somewhat sharper prior to jpg conversion)

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    Jorgen: "It's not the tools, it's the carpenter" Must have that saying in Denmark and Thailand. I like both of these. The colors in the bike and the corrugated metal wall are really wonderful.

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    I agree with Matt here. And I bet they even have that saying in Norway.

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    Tim: Really nice series! Thanks for explaining the last one. The well used chairs and the worn piano keys really make you imagine the people, over the years, that did that.

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    +1, Great set Tim. Very nostalgic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    That's not bokeh, that's a Predator's cloaking field! Run lady! Run!
    LOL! That's a great observation Carlos. And a very interesting, and very photographically pleasing (read: costly for me) set you posted Matt. Sheesh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsrfun View Post
    Well it's dark outside so I taped a home printed target on the wall and shot with available light. 70-200 VRII + 20E III...1/60 f/5.6 400mm. Hand-held and tripod. I am impressed with this combination. (They are somewhat sharper prior to jpg conversion)

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    Hmm. Did you apply sharpening after reducing them to the small jpgs? I run web sharpening on my small jpgs to keep the sharpness to that of the raw file.

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    Vlad: Nice "attempt"! You've got a heck of a view.

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    +1. Much more than an "attempt" Vlad. Very nice.

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    More attempts at HDR. Ventured to the top of our building, Indy-style. 5 frames, D3x+24-70. I really need that 14-24 back in my life.




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    Red vs. Blue:


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    These are really cool. Nice work, and wonderful framing Vlad.

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    Uno mas:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Priceless!
    ,and thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    A few details from this morning's trip to an old church nearby.

    Pretty rump-worn!

    Tim, excellent period piece. Rich, luscious tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    A few details from this morning's trip to an old church nearby.



    From the outside through a thick sheet of plastic to a stained glass window.
    Gorgeous!!!

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