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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Another water buffalo, this one with the jockey in the correct position. Sorry about the watermark on the previous one. Paranoia strikes again It doesn't matter, does it? Photos get stolen anyway...

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    Another amazing shot, Jorgen. Perfect moment.

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    Young guys can participate too.

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    S5 with 80-200 AF-S and Tamron 1.4x TC @ 220mm and f/4.0


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    Did I mention the Pretty Girls? No event in Thailand without pretty girls, muddy men and pretty girls... what would life be without them anyway Buffaloes on the other hand...

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    Great series, Jorgen. Too much fun over there, it seems.

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    And for the children...

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    ... there were some real scary moments...

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    Right. So good it's scary...

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    The raging bulls are wonderful Jorgen and so is the portrait of this little boy!

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    Jorgen, The portrait of the little boy is one of your best (IMHO).

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    wonderful portrait, and a great series of 'racing bulls'

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    Thank you all for your comments. I had a walk in a different environment yesterday, Downtown Bangkok.

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    Often, when I walk around in Bangkok, I think about a sentence that I read in a book about this city once: "Until the seventies, the temples were the landmarks of Bangkok." There are other temples nowadays

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    Often, when I walk around in Bangkok, I think about a sentence that I read in a book about this city once: "Until the seventies, the temples were the landmarks of Bangkok." There are other temples nowadays

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    Sadly true pretty much everywhere, isn't it? Nice pics, Jorgen.

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    Sadly true pretty much everywhere, isn't it? Nice pics, Jorgen.
    Yes, it's true for most cities, but in Bangkok, the "Commercial Takeover" came rather late compared to western countries. However, when it arrived, some parts of this city were, and still are, completely destroyed without any proper planning or infrastructure. A few years ago, the even tore down one of the most prominent and most beautiful examples of contemporary Thai architecture, The Siam Intercontinental Hotel, built as late as the mid-seventies. Why they did that? To build a giant shopping mall, a huge, ugly bunker of steel, concrete and a tiny bit of glass, in an area where the malls were standing more or less wall-to-wall anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Yes, it's true for most cities, but in Bangkok, the "Commercial Takeover" came rather late compared to western countries. However, when it arrived, some parts of this city were, and still are, completely destroyed without any proper planning or infrastructure. A few years ago, the even tore down one of the most prominent and most beautiful examples of contemporary Thai architecture, The Siam Intercontinental Hotel, built as late as the mid-seventies. Why they did that? To build a giant shopping mall, a huge, ugly bunker of steel, concrete and a tiny bit of glass, in an area where the malls were standing more or less wall-to-wall anyway.
    Yes, I remember that place. I never stayed there myself, but my sister and her husband did, as did a number of friends, each of whom lamented its demise.

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    Nice shots Jorgen. I was hanging out with the horses again.
    Last edited by clay stewart; 21st May 2012 at 20:43.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    Nice shots Jorgen. I was hanging out with the horses again.
    Nice. Looks IR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    Nice shots Jorgen. I was hanging out with the horses again.
    That's cool

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    New tool test - D700 / 600 VR ISO 3200

    Snowy evening at the Grand Tetons with poor light so I went raptor hunting.


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    Jorgen, I've just looked again at your latest images... you're master of composition!

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    Thanks a lot, Alex

    For me, it's composition and timing, composition and timing. The rest is Fuji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    New tool test - D700 / 600 VR ISO 3200

    Snowy evening at the Grand Tetons with poor light so I went raptor hunting.
    Hi Graham,
    sounds quite a powerful toy, er, tool.

    Keep'em comin'!

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    Same toy, err, tools ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Same toy, err, tools ...

    Nice!!! Love that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Same toy, err, tools ...
    Nice colours, but you have white dust on your sensor. Probably a defective camera, but just send it to me. I've heard that this kind of white dust disappears magically in tropical climate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nice colours, but you have white dust on your sensor. Probably a defective camera, but just send it to me. I've heard that this kind of white dust disappears magically in tropical climate
    Yeah, and is replaced by fungus!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Same toy, err, tools ...

    very nice..




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    very nice..



    Wow. Nice indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Same toy, err, tools ...

    Beautiful!

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    Agree. Beautiful, Graham. What a lens !

    And Matt, beautiful flowershots as well, with lovely smooth out of focus rendering. Which lens used here (58mm), the Voigtländer SL II ?

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    first off agree those bird shots really cool..

    thanks yes using the 58mm F1.4 on a D300, now I want the zeiss macro 50mm lol

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    Guys - some marvellous work.

    Jorgen - excellent images. I sometimes think your captions are as good as your photographs! I am stuck in an office all day, missing out on this Bangkok life - Envy rules!

    All very motivating.

    John

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    They don't make 'em like that any more, do they? Nice detail, and a really like your b/w conversion. Good stuff.

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    thanks no conversion shot with n F5 24-70 lens and good old neopan 1600 iso film..

    I loved shooting that place...

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    thanks no conversion shot with n F5 24-70 lens and good old neopan 1600 iso film..

    I loved shooting that place...
    Do you know what my first thought was? That looks nice... looks like film

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    thanks no conversion shot with n F5 24-70 lens and good old neopan 1600 iso film..

    I loved shooting that place...
    Well, that would explain the beautiful b/w, for sure.

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    Jorgen

    you need to put all of these is a book! love to see your images!

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    Danboard mini with a blueberry bagel.

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    Last dancing sunset angel over the Tetons ...
    D700 & 70-200VR

    Last edited by GrahamWelland; 7th October 2009 at 10:44.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    first off agree those bird shots really cool..

    thanks yes using the 58mm F1.4 on a D300, now I want the zeiss macro 50mm lol
    I can highly recommend the Zeiss 50/2 & 100/2 if you want killer glass! (although I just sold mine to pay for my M9 & 600 VR )

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    Danboard mini with a blueberry bagel.

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    I like this.
    A lot of really nice photos in you gallery, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I can highly recommend the Zeiss 50/2 & 100/2 if you want killer glass! (although I just sold mine to pay for my M9 & 600 VR )
    Terrible what you have to do sometimes when you're a gear buff

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    Last dancing sunset angel over the Tetons ...
    D700 & 70-200VR
    Interesting how on this one the trees' alignment is evocative of a procession of sorts... nice. (and what a fantastic place...)

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    and what a fantastic combo ... M9 & ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    Jorgen

    you need to put all of these is a book! love to see your images!
    I'm kind of working on it, but making a living and making a book don't combine easily

    This morning, I wandered around in Poipet, Cambodia around daybreak, waiting for the border to Thailand to open. Poipet must be one of the muddiest, dustiest as well as unhealthiest places on earth, but if I found someone there who makes decent food, I could stay forever to take photos.

    This photo also illustrates the strengths of the Fuji. It's a straight conversion from RAW, with no other adjustments than a quarter of a stop exposure (up), some highlight recovery and sharpening for web.

    Edit: Even Fuji can be improved, so I increased the brightness slightly as well (+15 in PS), which is the version currently visible.

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    From the suburbs of Poipet.

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    ... and another.

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    ... and so on...

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