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    Love the subway Jorgen, why don't we have anything like that here?????

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    Good 1!
    Thanks David.

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    D80 with 50mm f/1.8 @ f/2.5
    That's a beautiful shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Jorgen! You still have a grip on your old world! LoveŽem both!

    Lloyd that portrait is beautiful!

    This is nothing much, but I just had to share the fact that November came up with itŽs second nice day so far! This is at 1 pm - and still a month to go before the days get longer again.
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    Thanks Leif. Beautiful photo, love that shadow.

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    One from the archives. My son is 28 years old today. He came out feisty, and has never been shy about expressing his opinion. (Check out that left hand.)
    That's absolutely great, Lloyd

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    Love the subway Jorgen, why don't we have anything like that here?????
    Very simple explanation:
    It's one of the few advantages of being taxed to death. After the government have spent most of our money feeding the bureaucracy beast, they use a little money on infrastructure, preferably something that looks nice, so that people will have fond memories of their politicians

    Actually it worked very well, and much better than the quasi-capitalistic concept of government that has become common in recent years, a concept that includes privatising more or less everything, while still keeping the outrageous taxes. If you're a politician, you can have your cake and eat it too, at least twice

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    Nice shot LLoyd very nice.

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    Nice shot LLoyd very nice.

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    Wow, Matt... Awesome shots. Is that the 85/1.4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Very simple explanation:
    It's one of the few advantages of being taxed to death. After the government have spent most of our money feeding the bureaucracy beast, they use a little money on infrastructure, preferably something that looks nice, so that people will have fond memories of their politicians

    Actually it worked very well, and much better than the quasi-capitalistic concept of government that has become common in recent years, a concept that includes privatising more or less everything, while still keeping the outrageous taxes. If you're a politician, you can have your cake and eat it too, at least twice
    I can see that you love your government as much as I love mine! Our SOB leader should have received an Oscar and not a Pulitzer, though that's just as big a farse as he is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great shot Matt. Love the composition.
    Lloyd: Thanks. Also, beautiful portrait of your wife. Lovely warm tone.

    Jorgen: Thanks. I love your photos of Norway. They seem very Scandinavian: colorful, precise, composed.

    Viablex1: Great compositions and selective focusing.

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    Nicely done.

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    Wow, Matt... Awesome shots. Is that the 85/1.4?
    thanks LLoyd no belive it or not it is the voigtlander 58mm F1.4 lens , I love that thing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    thanks LLoyd no belive it or not it is the voigtlander 58mm F1.4 lens , I love that thing!!!
    Very impressive. Definitely bokehlicious!

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    thanks LLoyd no belive it or not it is the voigtlander 58mm F1.4 lens , I love that thing!!!
    viablex1, I like that 2 photos. Looks like this is a good lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post

    bokehh monstahh
    That was rather nice, photos as well as bokeh.

    Unfortunately my budget doesn't allow for any 50mm lenses this millennium

    I think...

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    thanks all, the build on that lens is off the hook !!

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    Doing some family portrait location scouting. These are inside the Utah State Capitol Building. I pretty much has the whole place to myself this morning.

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    The entire ceiling of the building, except for the central rotunda, is multi-pane skylight, visible in this shot. Thus the mix of cooler daylight, and the warm incandescent light in all the shots.



    House of Representatives chamber:


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    Very nice indeed Matt, good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Doing some family portrait location scouting. These are inside the Utah State Capitol Building. I pretty much has the whole place to myself this morning.

    House of Representatives chamber:
    Lloyd don't tell me, your son, the one in yesterdays photo (which was hilarious btw) is going to run for governor now and you're doing the photos.

    Nothing like living on the edge.

    Nice work on the interiors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Lloyd don't tell me, your son, the one in yesterdays photo (which was hilarious btw) is going to run for governor now and you're doing the photos.

    Nothing like living on the edge.

    Nice work on the interiors.

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    Thanks Rob.

    That politician idea would be funny, but definitely unlikely. He's a bit of a rebel (can't imagine where that comes from?) Say, maybe we need that in a governor , hmm... Here's a recent shot of him:


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    Lloyd, yet another super portrait of your son
    (changed his looks from the "greener" days, didn't he?)

    The Capitol shots are insteresting, great opportunity you have here. The first two photos with the drastic light temp contrast is a bit unsettling to me, though i think it works better with the skylight visible inside the shot -making it "easier for the brain to understand"?

    The last one from the Chamber have rich colors and textures (they are for sure on the larger version). Would you have some other shot maybe with a different framing, maybe a bit more to the right? Well, i like this one anyway

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    Lloyd, yet another super portrait of your son
    (changed his looks from the "greener" days, didn't he?)

    The Capitol shots are insteresting, great opportunity you have here. The first two photos with the drastic light temp contrast is a bit unsettling to me, though i think it works better with the skylight visible inside the shot -making it "easier for the brain to understand"?

    The last one from the Chamber have rich colors and textures (they are for sure on the larger version). Would you have some other shot maybe with a different framing, maybe a bit more to the right? Well, i like this one anyway
    Thanks Corlan. The Capitol shots were impacted a bit by the fairly early hour, and the fact that the skylights were at least partially covered with snow. I also like the warmth of the incandescent, so since I didn't have any human subjects, I emphasized that a bit in processing. I didn't have a lot of time this morning, and even as I was leaving after only about 15 minutes in the building "traffic" in the building was starting to pick up a little. I'll probably go back and try again, but as for the House chamber, it's actually pretty rare to see the main door open like that.

    The family portrait I'm shooting is for a State employee who works in the Capitol building. Fortunately, we're shooting it the day after Christmas, so it's not a business day, and not likely to have many tourists. Below is a shot of the place she wants to use for the large group shot... with people arranged at different locations within the frame. I'll be using some umbrellas to get some fill on the faces as the skylight above tends to put shadows under eyes, etc. I actually went today at the time of the scheduled shoot, just to see how intense the overhead light might be, but the snow made it hard to judge.

    The processing is a little milder (although not a lot) on this one:

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    I did get one more of the House Chambers... a little to the right of the last, but in Vertical perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    The processing is a little milder (although not a lot) on this one:

    D3, 50/1.4

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    The relative balance on this one definitely looks more natural (to me)
    I see you've used the 50 1.4... what's the aperure here?


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    I did get one more of the House Chambers... a little to the right of the last, but in Vertical perspective.

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    Nice colors again! My series favorite in this regard.
    (and DR looks quite ok considering the ceiling light, snow etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    The relative balance on this one definitely looks more natural (to me)
    I see you've used the 50 1.4... what's the aperure here?
    That was at 1/60, f4.8, ISO 800. Hand held. For "the shot", I'll be using a tripod, and will stop down a bit.

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    Beautiful interior shots, Lloyd. I like the contrasting colour temperatures a lot, particularly since the "unnatural" look in this case is natural. Good portrait of your son too

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    Lloyd: Nice interiors. I like the third shot of the Representatives Chamber (even if the color is a little "unnatural"; I won't pursue that). It must have been a little surreal without people. Interesting place for a family portrait. The color and tone in your son's portrait couldn't get any better. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Nice interiors. I like the third shot of the Representatives Chamber (even if the color is a little "unnatural"; I won't pursue that). It must have been a little surreal without people. Interesting place for a family portrait. The color and tone in your son's portrait couldn't get any better. Cheers.

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    Thanks Jorgen and Matt. Much appreciated. It will be interesting to see how this comes out. Not until December 26th, so I have a little time to sort out the process.

    Thanks for that on my son's portrait, Matt. I have to confess to it's being "off topic" however. I realized after I posted it from my Flickr account that it was taken with my M8.

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    Thanks Jorgen and Matt. Much appreciated. It will be interesting to see how this comes out. Not until December 26th, so I have a little time to sort out the process.

    Thanks for that on my son's portrait, Matt. I have to confess to it's being "off topic" however. I realized after I posted it from my Flickr account that it was taken with my M8.
    Lloyd: I'd thought I saw it elsewhere. It's still a great photo. Cheers.

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    I know they're not really jolly boats; but, they do look happy. Not sure which version I like better. Taken at Prince Rupert, BC. Thanks for any c & c. Cheers.

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    Lloyd, beautiful portrait of your son.
    Matt, your Prince Rupert shots are otherworldly.
    This thread is wonderful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I know they're not really jolly boats; but, they do look happy. Not sure which version I like better. Taken at Prince Rupert, BC. Thanks for any c & c. Cheers.

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    They definitely look joyful! Your photo would make their day for guys like Pixar... Great catch!

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    Thank you Osman.

    I think I could go either way on those shots, Matt. I do like the color in the fog, however. Adds a little mystery the that b/w lacks. And I'm a huge fan of b/w.

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    This was my favorite assignment for 2009. Absolutely one of the coolest buildings in Washington, D.C. The building, America Square, is near the Capitol. It is comprised of two older sections, one built in the 1930's the second in the '50s and the new section built last year. The interior catwalks connect the original building with offices in the new space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    This was my favorite assignment for 2009. Absolutely one of the coolest buildings in Washington, D.C. The building, America Square, is near the Capitol. It is comprised of two older sections, one built in the 1930's the second in the '50s and the new section built last year. The interior catwalks connect the original building with offices in the new space.
    Wonderful work, Aboud. Interesting and creative way to connect the two older sections.

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    This is a disappointed face. We had planned to run a "Turkey Trot" this morning, and what made it even more important/special was that our daughter-in-law was going to run it with us... her first ever 5K. Her family was in town for Thanksgiving, and her brother planned to run it with her as well. Unfortunately, when we arrived this morning we discovered that we had the dates wrong, and the race had all ready occurred. Oops.

    (Happy Thanksgiving to all... especially those of you in the States.)

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    beautiful shots as usual LLOyd..


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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    beautiful shots as usual LLOyd..
    Thanks Matt.

    This shot is really gorgeous. That blue on the left side has a palpable texture. Love the level of the light here. One of your best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This is a disappointed face. We had planned to run a "Turkey Trot" this morning, and what made it even more important/special was that our daughter-in-law was going to run it with us... her first ever 5K. Her family was in town for Thanksgiving, and her brother planned to run it with her as well. Unfortunately, when we arrived this morning we discovered that we had the dates wrong, and the race had all ready occurred. Oops.
    (Happy Thanksgiving to all... especially those of you in the States.)
    Sad face or not a beautiful portrait of a beautiful lady...

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    Sad face or not a beautiful portrait of a beautiful lady...
    Thank you David. I consider yours and expert opinion on the subject, so this is most appreciated.

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    Beautiful portrait, Lloyd.

    I've created a new thread for some of my photos on "Images to share!" instead of here. I don't know if there's any official policy about this, but this morning it seems logical to post single shots on this thread and themed photos on a separate thread over there, just in case members other than Nikon shooters are interested.

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    To honor the King of Thailand, one week before his birthday, hundreds of Harley-Davidson motorbikes paraded through Bangkok this morning. Quite a spectacle.

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    That is indeed quite a spectacle. Nicely captured, Jorgen.

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    Matt! Those post-industrial pictures of yours are amouning to something classical and important!
    Lloyd! Great portrait again!
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    Joint venture on the having a good time-front (not sharp)
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    Joint venture on the having a good time-front (not sharp)
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    Very nice moment Leif. And a wonderful b/w.

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    Thanksgiving weekend here in the US. I find I have much to be thankful for, including the inspiration I get here on GetDPI. Thanks to all of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    To honor the King of Thailand, one week before his birthday, hundreds of Harley-Davidson motorbikes paraded through Bangkok this morning. Quite a spectacle.

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    Fun one indeed.
    Including the irony of the... Honda (?) guy idle at the photo left hand top corner.


    Leif -sounds like quite an active moment...

    Lloyd... yummy!

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    Lloyd! Looks good. We donŽt celebrate Thanksgiving around here - at least not the way you do. Still; IŽm preparing an elk steak for dinner tonight. I did not shoot the big rascal myself (the gods forbid). The guilty party is the owner of a certain female, called Trixie. We got the meat as an in-direct thanks to Rulle (the bold male you see in above picture with my younger daughter) and his fathering of one (probably two, come New Year) litters of puppies. Guess we all have our talents.
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