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    Very good news. Thanks for that. When I suggested that it might be a problem on their end, I was met with lots of resistance. It's a relief to hear from you all that I'm not seeing things. It does make me wonder about the variety of viewing environments out there and how perceptions can be skewed by incorrect calibration. Oh well, nothing can be done about that I guess.

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    ... I'm surprised that you're doubting yourself Tim, your images are always among the best processed I've seen.
    Thanks! You just made my day!

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    It's very hot and hazy today. I spotted this kid at the local pond explaining some real-world string theory to his mom.

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    It's very hot and hazy today. I spotted this kid at the local pond explaining some real-world string theory to his mom.
    One of my kids looked like that after a big sneeze once. (I know, I know, that's gross.)

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    One of my kids looked like that after a big sneeze once. (I know, I know, that's gross.)
    Gross!

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    2 pics from the last month walks (D3x, 24-70/2.8 and DC 135/2):




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    2 pics from the last month walks (D3x, 24-70/2.8 and DC 135/2):
    Beautiful, Alex. I particularly like the second one.

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    You've been walking in some beautiful places Alex! Lovely soft light in both shots.

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    Thanks you for your comments. The first pic is 16th century church. And the second one is Red Square.

    As to walking in the places - as usual people want more! I wish I could go somewhere outside Moscow but ... I have a beautiful 3 months old daughter so the real beauty to photograph is when she's smiling! And I don't object to stay home for one more year

    Here's one of thouthands pics of her - here's smiling to her grand-grand-mother:


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Thanks you for your comments. The first pic is 16th century church. And the second one is Red Square.

    As to walking in the places - as usual people want more! I wish I could go somewhere outside Moscow but ... I have a beautiful 3 months old daughter so the real beauty to photograph is when she's smiling! And I don't object to stay home for one more year

    Here's one of thouthands pics of her - here's smiling to her grand-grand-mother:

    What a beauty!! And if that's her mother, she's a beauty as well.

    (Truth is Alex, these photos will mean much more over time than any other photos you will ever take. Trust me.)

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    Here's one of thouthands pics of her - here's smiling to her grand-grand-mother:
    You're a lucky man Alex! Nice photograph of your family.

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    Makes me glad that I own a D3X also. At least I know that it and my ZF lenses can do the job. And now, "for me."

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    Speaking of the D3X, here is a shot I personally really like. I find it somewhat different than most takes of the Slot Antelope Canyons.

    This shot is taken in the upper canyon where you are most likely to get the light shafts. Most I have seen are more focused beams which are beautiful. But I really liked the larger twisting beam with the dust particles.

    This was taken during the Northern Arizona workshop from GetDpi. This was my second "shop" (first was the inaugeral Yosemite "shop") and I have loved both. I think that each successive workshop gets better as Guy and Jack further discover how to teach these sometimes complex subjects.

    Anyway, if you haven't been on a GetDPI shop, you owe it to yourself to do so. You will become a much better photographer as a result

    JMHO

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    I like the dust falling too! For all the shots of that scene, that's the first time I've seen that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    It's very hot and hazy today. I spotted this kid at the local pond explaining some real-world string theory to his mom.
    Hello TRSmith,
    It's a very interesting image. I hope the boy's mom will get the real-world string theory! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Speaking of the D3X, here is a shot I personally really like. I find it somewhat different than most takes of the Slot Antelope Canyons.

    This shot is taken in the upper canyon where you are most likely to get the light shafts. Most I have seen are more focused beams which are beautiful. But I really liked the larger twisting beam with the dust particles.

    This was taken during the Northern Arizona workshop from GetDpi. This was my second "shop" (first was the inaugeral Yosemite "shop") and I have loved both. I think that each successive workshop gets better as Guy and Jack further discover how to teach these sometimes complex subjects.

    Anyway, if you haven't been on a GetDPI shop, you owe it to yourself to do so. You will become a much better photographer as a result

    JMHO

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    Hello Woody,
    It's a fantastic shot! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Thanks you for your comments. The first pic is 16th century church. And the second one is Red Square.

    As to walking in the places - as usual people want more! I wish I could go somewhere outside Moscow but ... I have a beautiful 3 months old daughter so the real beauty to photograph is when she's smiling! And I don't object to stay home for one more year

    Here's one of thouthands pics of her - here's smiling to her grand-grand-mother:

    Hello AlexLF,
    It is a beautiful image of your family. I agree with Lloyd that these images will become so much more precious as time passes. Cheers! Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    2 pics from the last month walks (D3x, 24-70/2.8 and DC 135/2):



    Hello AlexLF,
    I am delighted to see the classic architecture in your nation through your beautiful images! All the best, Leica 77

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    I would like your comments on the following with regard to the processing. I sent this to a friend and was told in reply that it was too contrasty and the white of the t-shirt was blown out. I'm beginning to question my monitor calibration and would like to hear from you specifically about your take on the processing. I'm completely aware of all the negatives associated with tobacco, so please ignore that if you can. And thank you!
    I like this, and the tones in the T-shirt look perfect to me.

    Alex, very cute baby pic. Nice atmosphere.

    Woody, I've sometimes been wondering if there's only one spot to take photos at Antelope Canyon. Most photos taken there look like variations over the same theme. Very happy to see that there's at least one more, and the falling dust really adds to the photo.

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    I'm afraid I have to bore you with yet another "out-of-the-window-train-photo".

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    Nice shooting guys. That Red Square shot is great Alex. Woody, really love that capture, I'd print it and hang it on the wall if it were mine.

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    Thanks Jorgen. And this last train shot is my favorite. The woman's expression is wonderful and I like how the verticals work in the oof area behind her face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I'm afraid I have to bore you with yet another "out-of-the-window-train-photo".

    S5 with 70-300 ED @ 122mm and f/7.1

    Hello Jorgen,
    Your "out-of-the-window-train-photo" series is wonderful. The girl and the bokeh in the background seem to match and balance well. Cheers! Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Balinese Smile. Ubud, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Balinese Smile. Ubud, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
    Nice

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Many thanks, Jorgen! Here is one more from Ubud, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Nice shooting guys. That Red Square shot is great Alex. Woody, really love that capture, I'd print it and hang it on the wall if it were mine.
    Thanks Dr. K and all others who took the time to critique this image.

    David I have already printed it at 22x30" and it is lovely. You have to see the final print to fully realize the power of this image and the quality of the D3X files with the Zeiss ZF 28mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I'm afraid I have to bore you with yet another "out-of-the-window-train-photo".
    Pretty far from boring. Maybe the best of the bunch.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Many thanks, Jorgen! Here is one more from Ubud, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
    These shots from Bali are great. Colorful, and full of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Speaking of the D3X, here is a shot I personally really like. I find it somewhat different than most takes of the Slot Antelope Canyons.

    This shot is taken in the upper canyon where you are most likely to get the light shafts. Most I have seen are more focused beams which are beautiful. But I really liked the larger twisting beam with the dust particles.

    This was taken during the Northern Arizona workshop from GetDpi. This was my second "shop" (first was the inaugeral Yosemite "shop") and I have loved both. I think that each successive workshop gets better as Guy and Jack further discover how to teach these sometimes complex subjects.

    Anyway, if you haven't been on a GetDPI shop, you owe it to yourself to do so. You will become a much better photographer as a result

    JMHO

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    That is a great one, Woody. Nice to see a little different take on AC.

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    The Transport

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    The Transport

    S5 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 17mm and f/6.3
    Nice. Beautiful machine.

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    These shots from Bali are great. Colorful, and full of life.
    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your positive comments. As always, your kind encouragement is much appreciated. All the best, Leica 77

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    [QUOTE=Jorgen Udvang;126929]The Transport

    S5 with Tamron 17-50mm @ 17mm and f/6.3

    [QUOTE]

    Indeed, it is a majestic looking locomotive! Great image, Jorgen! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
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    I've always regretted (a little) that I was born after the age of trains. Nice shot Jorgen.

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    Just to keep my hand in, too busy to shoot today. This from yesterday, in color and B&W.

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    Just to keep my hand in, too busy to shoot today. This from yesterday, in color and B&W.
    Very nice conversion. What are you using?

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    Thanks Lloyd. SilverEfex Pro in PS4.

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    Thanks Lloyd. SilverEfex Pro in PS4.
    Well, it's working.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 28mm f1.4 @f2.4. Nusa Dua, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Lovely glow to that old wood Leica77! But, I can't help wanting to straighten the image so the verticals are correct. I'll just tilt my head a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 28mm f1.4 @f2.4. Nusa Dua, Bali. Thank you for looking. Leica 77
    That is a wonderfully warm image. (btw, I covet that lens!)

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    Lovely glow to that old wood Leica77! But, I can't help wanting to straighten the image so the verticals are correct. I'll just tilt my head a little.
    Hello TRSmith,
    Many thanks for your positive feedback! As you have rightly pointed out, the stone platform seems to have sagged slightly to the right. The wooden super structure, however, appears to be vertical. Your observation is quite keen! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That is a wonderfully warm image. (btw, I covet that lens!)
    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your positive comments. As always, your encouragement is very much appreciated. Your attention to the lens used is also gratefully noted! Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Thank you all for kind comments on my photos. From my wife and my daughter also

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    When things get tough, the tough make abstracts. Just kidding, got bored last night and made this little graphic from a shot by the pond.


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    After a couple of weeks of Olympus E-P1 only, I picked up my D700 again. Two from today with ZF100:




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    Quote Originally Posted by hermie View Post
    After a couple of weeks of Olympus E-P1 only, I picked up my D700 again. Two from today with ZF100:
    Awesome portraits. Wonderful lens; wonderfully deployed.

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    When things get tough, the tough make abstracts. Just kidding, got bored last night and made this little graphic from a shot by the pond.
    Hello TRSmith,
    It's a very fine abstract and artistic image of your natural environment! All the best, Leica 77

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    Oscar Sevilla of Spain, leads his countryman and Rock Racing teammate, Francisco Mancebo, into the headwind up the final climb of today's Stage One of The Tour of Utah. At this point the first chasers are about 15 seconds back, and the main pack another 25 seconds in arrears. Sevilla and Mancebo held on to their lead over the final 15km, and crossed the finish line together. Mancebo was awarded the stage win.

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