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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    To find beauty...one only has to feel it. It is all around..
    Indeed it is. Thanks for finding some, and sharing with us.

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    Fantastic (both the feeling, and the resultant image!)
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    Indeed it is. Thanks for finding some, and sharing with us.
    Sincere thanks my friend.

    Best wishes to you and yours.

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    Cliche or not, corny or cheesy, I feel romantic....
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    To find beauty...one only has to feel it. It is all around..
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    Indeed it is. Thanks for finding some, and sharing with us.
    Rayyan: I wholeheartedly agree to what LLoyd said! Thanks for sharing those two belles - your treasury really seems boundless.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: I wholeheartedly agree to what LLoyd said! Thanks for sharing those two belles - your treasury really seems boundless.
    Hermann, friends' encouragement is what keeps me going. And I am ever grateful for your appreciation.

    Thank you.

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    Hermann...Tremendous!!!
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    This is such a great shot, Hermann! Wonderful photojournalism here... and such great faces!
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    Hermann, a very big +1 from me too. Excellent.
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    Hermann! Just great!

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    Steve, Lloyd, Rayyan, Leif: Thanks a lot, gentlemen, for your kind words and encouragement!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Cliche or not, corny or cheesy, I feel romantic....

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    To find beauty...one only has to feel it. It is all around..

    Both Images Dance Beautifully Together My Friend!!!

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    Both Images Dance Beautifully Together My Friend!!!
    Always grateful pal. Stay well, stay safe, stay happy, you and yours Steve.

    Regards.

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    Lots to catch up on here! Been editing for Holiday cards and playing in the Leica forum :thumbsup:

    Here is Versus Cycling commentator Robbie Ventura for a Movember photoshoot I recently did...

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    Mo-tivating. (and nicely lit too.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Italian Installation Artist (on the left side) receiving commendation from his father after his work was opened to the public (a little town in central Italy):

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    Hermann...Tremendous!!!
    Hermann: +1! Really nicely done with the 24mm.

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    Cliche or not, corny or cheesy, I feel romantic....
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    To find beauty...one only has to feel it. It is all around..
    Rayyan: Well seen. Both are beautiful! The flower/woman is corny and romantic. The greeting card you look at in the store, but, don't buy. Actually, I might buy it because the flower is exquisite. The girl seems to be slightly frazzled. Maybe, it's just the wind. I do think her beauty has some depth. Do i perceive that because B & W is more "serious"?

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    Lots to catch up on here! Been editing for Holiday cards and playing in the Leica forum :thumbsup:

    Here is Versus Cycling commentator Robbie Ventura for a Movember photoshoot I recently did...

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    Mo-tivating. (and nicely lit too.)
    Jason: +1! Excellent color and detail.

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    Rayyan and Jason, wonderful shots!

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    Hermann: +1! Really nicely done with the 24mm.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: Thank you for your kind words. If you attempt pj with only one camera by chance, you'll have to make one or even more compromises eventually.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    To find beauty...one only has to feel it. It is all around..

    Excellent, Rayyan

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    I went to a wedding reception last night. We were three photographers, and when my formal job was finished, I decided to try it out in the dark with the 105mm f/1.8, more or less wide open.

    D300 with 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.0, 1/15s and ISO1600


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I went to a wedding reception last night. We were three photographers, and when my formal job was finished, I decided to try it out in the dark with the 105mm f/1.8, more or less wide open.

    Nice shot. I like the grain. Looks like he was in an intense conversation, and she looks intensely disinterested.

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    Rachel's husband was working late last night, so she brought our granddaughter over and hung out for a while. Mimi has decided to sell some eveningwear that hasn't seen the light of day (or the dark of night, for that matter) for some time, and asked Rachel to model for some pix for the ad. Here is Rachel in her favorite of the dresses. (She's been lobbying hard to keep this one.)

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 112mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 130mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    B/W crop of the last, Silver Efex Pro:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Lots to catch up on here! Been editing for Holiday cards and playing in the Leica forum :thumbsup:

    Here is Versus Cycling commentator Robbie Ventura for a Movember photoshoot I recently did...

    Wow...Great Shot Of R.V.!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I went to a wedding reception last night. We were three photographers, and when my formal job was finished, I decided to try it out in the dark with the 105mm f/1.8, more or less wide open.

    D300 with 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.0, 1/15s and ISO1600

    Nice job with the 105 ais Jorgen!
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    Rachel's husband was working late last night, so she brought our granddaughter over and hung out for a while. Mimi has decided to sell some eveningwear that hasn't seen the light of day (or the dark of night, for that matter) for some time, and asked Rachel to model for some pix for the ad. Here is Rachel in her favorite of the dresses. (She's been lobbying hard to keep this one.)

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 112mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 130mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    B/W crop of the last, Silver Efex Pro:
    Gorgeous...360 Degrees!

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    Rayyan and Jason, wonderful shots!
    Osman, as always a big thank you to you my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Excellent, Rayyan
    Jorgen, much appreciated sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I went to a wedding reception last night. We were three photographers, and when my formal job was finished, I decided to try it out in the dark with the 105mm f/1.8, more or less wide open.

    D300 with 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.0, 1/15s and ISO1600

    Jorgen, love the grain. Well handled in the low light.

    Thank you folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Rachel's husband was working late last night, so she brought our granddaughter over and hung out for a while. Mimi has decided to sell some eveningwear that hasn't seen the light of day (or the dark of night, for that matter) for some time, and asked Rachel to model for some pix for the ad. Here is Rachel in her favorite of the dresses. (She's been lobbying hard to keep this one.)

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 112mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII @ 130mm F9.0, 1/125, ISO 200:


    B/W crop of the last, Silver Efex Pro:
    , the exquisite dress designer, the old but super photog, and of course the stunning Rachel.

    The BW is gorgeous, Lloyd.!!

    Regards.

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    Gorgeous...360 Degrees!
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    , the exquisite dress designer, the old but super photog, and of course the stunning Rachel.

    The BW is gorgeous, Lloyd.!!

    Regards.
    Steve, Rayyan, very much appreciated, my friends. Truly.

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    Very nice job, Lloyd

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    Very nice job, Lloyd
    My sentiments too...

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    Rachel's husband was working late last night, so she brought our granddaughter over and hung out for a while. Mimi has decided to sell some eveningwear that hasn't seen the light of day (or the dark of night, for that matter) for some time, and asked Rachel to model for some pix for the ad. Here is Rachel in her favorite of the dresses. (She's been lobbying hard to keep this one.)
    Great shots Lloyd! Love the lighting.

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    Very nice job, Lloyd
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    My sentiments too...
    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    Great shots Lloyd! Love the lighting.

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    Thank you all gentlemen. Very much appreciated.

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    Winter adventures...in the Canadian North..


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    The last train from Sirkeci..


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    The last train from Sirkeci..
    Rayyan: Love the skillful "imperfectness" and mood of that train shot!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: Love the skillful "imperfectness" and mood of that train shot!
    Hermann; Good Morning. Thank you very much pal.

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    Rayyan, Your Wifes Beautiful Eyes Can Make Any Picture Shine Even In The Coldest Conditions!
    2nd Image Is Classic,Timeless & Moving!

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    My Buddy Eric Is Doing A Cross Country Ride For Lung Cancer In April. 3800 Miles From Palm Springs California to Amesbury Mass in 29 Days Total.
    The Tall Gentleman Is Big John Who Played Basketball For Holy Cross For 4 Years & Did This Trek Already. He's Helping Eric Prepare For The Long Journey!
    We Shot A Few Pics At A Local Park & It Was Cold! 25 Degrees! These are For A Small Brochure Promoting The Ride & Fundraiser.

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    Great stuff here!

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    Rayyan, Your Wifes Beautiful Eyes Can Make Any Picture Shine Even In The Coldest Conditions!
    2nd Image Is Classic,Timeless & Moving!
    Steve, this is the response I have been asked to post..

    ' Rayyan you need to associate more with persons like Steve. Please thank him for being a gentleman. And Rayyan pick up the date seeds from the floor..'
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post


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    My very best wishes to Eric. May he complete the journey succesfully for the worthy cause.

    To Big John, go the thanks for training.

    To you my friend, thanks for bringing it to the notice of those that shall see it.

    The brochures are very well done!!

    A very worthwhile cause indeed sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Winter adventures...in the Canadian North..

    Even all covered up, you can't hide her beauty. Those eyes are deep wells to the soul... and a beautiful soul it is.

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    Steve, this is the response I have been asked to post..

    ' Rayyan you need to associate more with persons like Steve. Please thank him for being a gentleman. And Rayyan pick up the date seeds from the floor..'
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    My very best wishes to Eric. May he complete the journey succesfully for the worthy cause.

    To Big John, go the thanks for training.

    To you my friend, thanks for bringing it to the notice of those that shall see it.

    The brochures are very well done!!

    A very worthwhile cause indeed sir.
    Thanks A Lot Rayyan!

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    The last train from Sirkeci..

    Wow! This is masterful. A truly timeless image. The processing for this subject is a good as it gets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    My Buddy Eric Is Doing A Cross Country Ride For Lung Cancer In April. 3800 Miles From Palm Springs California to Amesbury Mass in 29 Days Total.
    The Tall Gentleman Is Big John Who Played Basketball For Holy Cross For 4 Years & Did This Trek Already. He's Helping Eric Prepare For The Long Journey!
    We Shot A Few Pics At A Local Park & It Was Cold! 25 Degrees! These are For A Small Brochure Promoting The Ride & Fundraiser.

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    Great work Steve. I'll bet they're thrilled with these. And what an adventure... one I'd love to undertake myself one day.

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    Great stuff here!

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    Nice stuff, Frank! Brilliant color here as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    My Buddy Eric Is Doing A Cross Country Ride For Lung Cancer In April. 3800 Miles From Palm Springs California to Amesbury Mass in 29 Days Total.
    The Tall Gentleman Is Big John Who Played Basketball For Holy Cross For 4 Years & Did This Trek Already. He's Helping Eric Prepare For The Long Journey!
    We Shot A Few Pics At A Local Park & It Was Cold! 25 Degrees! These are For A Small Brochure Promoting The Ride & Fundraiser.

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    Steve: Since I'm a keen racing cyclist as well, I particularly like the first shot, showing that he is well prepared for this honorable adventure and challenge (look at those beautiful thighs). Keep my fingers crossed. Great job by the photographer anyway!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Great stuff here!

    From London:

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    Frank: Both great! Reminds me, that I should take my FE from the shelf more often.
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    Winter adventures...in the Canadian North..

    Rayyan: With a little help from the other friends it dawns on me at long last. And needless to say I'm jealeous on Steve. But maybe she looks a little bit adventurous and spunky!? Nice!!!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Even all covered up, you can't hide her beauty. Those eyes are deep wells to the soul... and a beautiful soul it is.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow! This is masterful. A truly timeless image. The processing for this subject is a good as it gets!
    Lloyd: Sincere

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    Rayyan: With a little help from the other friends it dawns on me at long last. And needless to say I'm jealeous on Steve. But maybe she looks a little bit adventurous and spunky!? Nice!!!
    Hermann: Thank you sir..Coming up hopefully, Beijing to Lhasa by train!!

    You folks are super.

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    A walk in the clouds...it is all relative..


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    A walk in the clouds...it is all relative..
    Rayyan: Freezing beauty, enviable journey ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Rayyan: Freezing beauty, enviable journey ...
    Hermann, yes it was freezing, it was magnificent and the journey continues.

    Thank you so much for your encouragement.

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    The ' Rayyan ' factor..

    I said ' Hi '


    She turned, looked and said ' Pi** off '.

    So much for that!!

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    Thanks LLoyd and Hermann.

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    Great work Steve. I'll bet they're thrilled with these. And what an adventure... one I'd love to undertake myself one day.
    Yeah They Were Very Happy With Them Lloyd! I Could See You On This Ride Someday! Thanks!

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