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    You make some impressive images Mark. Very happy to see your work here

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    [QUOTE=Corlan F.;164490]Lots of super stuff on this page, again.


    Mark, your guy with the flowers is priceless, you definitely captured a moment.
    Btw, in the muscle section, now we know why carrying around all those big lenses is no problem.

    ( though incidentally you'll surely admit that your dog shot on prev page clearly shows a number of lens-related issues... but you're lucky, as stated prior i happen to entertain a lens-retiring service at moderate costs. Happy to help)


    Lol! Thanks Corlan!


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    You make some impressive images Mark. Very happy to see your work here
    Thank You Kindly Jorgen! Many Talented,Nice People Here!!

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    some amazing shots there. sure glad i am poor and only can afford my version 1 of the 70-200. that new one you have is tempting!!
    Fultonpics: Thanks. My only excuse is that I'd already sold the old one.

    shtarka1: Thanks. You haven't abandoned this thread and moved to the M9 images thread? Saw that you got one. Congrats. Nice B & W shots of your bud.

    Lloyd: I've only flown over Kansas,but, I'm pretty sure that isn't there. Powerful contrast and color.

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    Still processing photos from last year's trip to Northern British Columbia (Khutzeymatteen). A couple of rowdy teenagers. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. D3; 300 mm f/2.8; TC-E14II; 1/400s @ f/5; ISO 800


    2. D3; 300 mm f/2.8; TC-E14II; 1/400s @ f/5; ISO 800

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    One from today (or maybe yesterday)

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    " You haven't abandoned this thread and moved to the M9 images thread? Saw that you got one. Congrats. Nice B & W shots of your bud."


    Matt....The Bear's Set is Outrageous! Outstanding! Great Job As Usual!!
    Thanks for the comments on Big Ron. Just finished charging 2 batteries for the M9. Tomorrow will be my first test shoot. Boy am i intimidated by it! I dont know why? Looks great with the 50 Lux on it! Already looking at the 90 cron!
    Anyway...back to Nikon.....Thanks Again Matt...

    Albert, Beautiful Image of the kid's!!


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    Matt, that first bear photo is super cool

    Here's one from today. International Street Show in Bangkok. Never heard about it before. Now I just regret that I only came for a few hours on the last day

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    And more...

    S5 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8



    S5 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8


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    Last one for tonight.

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    Jorgen,

    There are beautiful images! You are just a master..

    Kind regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean View Post
    Jorgen,

    There are beautiful images! You are just a master..

    Kind regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    And more...

    S5 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8



    S5 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8

    wow !!!!

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    wow !!!!
    Yup, what he said.

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    Matt, those bears... wow. Great shots.
    Mark, stunning portrait. Looking forward to your M9 shots too.
    Jorgen, you are indeed the master.

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    Fiddling around with my studio strobes last night, working on some concepts for my wife's cycling/triathlon team's website. This isn't one of the concept shots, I was just getting the strobes dialed in. Here my ever-patient, live-in model is standing in front of an OctoDome, and is lit by a Mola beauty dish.

    D3; 85/1.4 @ f11, 1/250, ISO 200:


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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    One from today (or maybe yesterday)

    Albert
    Another beauty, Albert. You've certainly got this dialed.

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    Albert, Beautiful Image of the kid's!!


    Thank you Steve!

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    Jorgen... wonderful images!

    Great composition and the colors are beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another beauty, Albert. You've certainly got this dialed.

    Thanks Lloyd!

    I've got another week to shoot with this setup and still hope to create a few more "special moments" with it

    Like your light setup of/with your lovely wife.... that should certainly give you some nice results.

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    One in her team kit:


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    Jorgen....Rich,Colorful Images! Excellent!

    Lloyd...Thank You! The shot's of your Wife are So Nice! What an Athlete!


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    Wow... thanks guys. Glad that you liked them.

    Here's another one. This is one of those moments when a 200mm f/2.0 would have made the photo better, with the people in the background a little bit more OOF... if that lens had been on my camera. In this case, I didn't even have time to stop down to f/2.8, so I probably shouldn't think about it. I still like the concept though, so I post it anyway.

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    Cool Harley photo, Mark, but where's the photographer?

    Lloyd, I like the second photo of your wife. For the first one, I have a question, a long one:
    When I see portraits that are technically good, like this one, but taken slightly from above, I get an uneasy feeling. Partly, it looks uncomfortable for the model, who has to look up, secondly, the amount of hair tends to exceed the amount of face in the photo and lastly, but most important to me, (possibly because I live in a country where the level of one's head compared to others in the room is a deciding factor with regards to status and respect) is that you place yourself above the model.

    When the angle contributes to the artistic qualities of the photos, it's a totally different matter, but in most cases, I can't see that it does. Is it me that is totally off here, or do I have a point?

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    I was running out of memory cards and had to take jpegs (the Fuji RAWs are 30MB each), and lighting was beyond horrible, so WB is a bit off sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Cool Harley photo, Mark, but where's the photographer?

    Lloyd, I like the second photo of your wife. For the first one, I have a question, a long one:
    When I see portraits that are technically good, like this one, but taken slightly from above, I get an uneasy feeling. Partly, it looks uncomfortable for the model, who has to look up, secondly, the amount of hair tends to exceed the amount of face in the photo and lastly, but most important to me, (possibly because I live in a country where the level of one's head compared to others in the room is a deciding factor with regards to status and respect) is that you place yourself above the model.

    When the angle contributes to the artistic qualities of the photos, it's a totally different matter, but in most cases, I can't see that it does. Is it me that is totally off here, or do I have a point?
    Hi Jorgen, thanks for the input and the question. I think you have a point, but the perception of course varies depending on lots of factors, and the cultural ones certainly can't be discounted... the eyes of the beholder do matter.

    I've used that perspective for portraits for years, and mostly for female subjects. I honestly hadn't considered the status or respect aspect, my main objective being to emphasis their eyes, which that angle has a tendency to do. I also hadn't thought about the hair overshadowing the face, but that could be true, (and could be used intentionally when the hair is the real subject). Interesting thoughts, and I appreciate your pointing these out. It will certainly have me thinking when I'm posing subjects.

    Here's a shot of our Rachel from that angle... the intent here was to bring out her eyes (which everyone comments on anyway) The fact is here she was giving me "the evil eye".

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jorgen....Rich,Colorful Images! Excellent!

    Lloyd...Thank You! The shot's of your Wife are So Nice! What an Athlete!


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    Thanks Mark. And this is a stunner.

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    I agree that it emphasis the eyes, and sometimes, like in the portrait of Rachel here, it does work. The relationship between photographer/viewer and subject is an interesting theme btw. Since there will mostly be many more viewers than photographers (of which there is only one per photo anyway... easy to count), I mostly try to imagine myself in the position of the viewer when I take photos, at the same time asking myself: what is my (the viewer's) relationship to the subject. That's a tricky question sometimes, and I could go on answering that for hours, days and weeks, possibly disagreeing with myself a number of times on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Cool Harley photo, Mark, but where's the photographer?
    Ah... now I see you It's easier to figure out when looking at the reflection in the tank.

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    Shtarka1: Thanks for the comments. Have fun with the M9. My dealer didn't get any in last week. Maybe next week. Look forward to seeing your work with it.

    Jorgen: Wonderful photos. I especially like "Migawa". I agree with your comment on the photo of the boy and the background. I like the way almost everybody's looking in the opposite direction from the way the boy's going. If you're not a purist, you could always photoshop the OOF in.

    Lloyd: Thanks. Nice portraits. Lighting and color seems perfect.

    Jorgen/Lloyd: Interesting discussion. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I mostly try to imagine myself in the position of the viewer when I take photos, at the same time asking myself: what is my (the viewer's) relationship to the subject. That's a tricky question sometimes, and I could go on answering that for hours, days and weeks, possibly disagreeing with myself a number of times on the way
    I do that as well, most of the time, or when I think it matters. However, for much of what I post here, I'm just messing around, trying new things, or looking for people's reactions to those ideas, so I think less in advance about the reaction of the viewer(s). I think about it more if I'm shooting something for someone else, or attempting to convey a particular message. And like you, I've driven my self crazy in so doing, and changed my position on the subject numerous times. If I'm not (shooting for someone else, or attempting to say something in particular), I just do what I like, and the viewers can agree or disagree as they please.

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    Thanks Guy's! Im learning new thing's all the time on this site! Interesting & informative discussion....
    Loyd, beautiful & intense Eye's on Rachel!
    Jorgen, Love the B&W "Front Runner"!


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    Saturday was kite and balloon day. Kites first

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Now this is an instant classic. Part Alex Webb, part HCB...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Great photo, and again, your processing makes this into pure joy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Wow... thanks guys. Glad that you liked them.

    Here's another one. This is one of those moments when a 200mm f/2.0 would have made the photo better, with the people in the background a little bit more OOF... if that lens had been on my camera. In this case, I didn't even have time to stop down to f/2.8, so I probably shouldn't think about it. I still like the concept though, so I post it anyway.
    See what you mean with the 200mm f2 (the one and only lens i keep dreaming about), and not sure the PP can give this unique feel of focal separation... otoh it's so bulky that you'd probably have missed the shot

    Seriously, one probably has to somehow modify his approach to candids, sometimes more letting things happening from a -relatively- static point of origin, and less "chasing" for the subject.


    Btw, have to second the gang here... the Carnival shots are wonderful both in color and compositions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Still processing photos from last year's trip to Northern British Columbia (Khutzeymatteen). A couple of rowdy teenagers. Thanks for looking. Cheers.
    Like the bear shots very much, Matt, they're very tri-dimensionnal.

    (technical note -and interrogation- the first time i looked at them it was on IE8 the second time today on Firefox. For some reason the 3D effect is much more dramatic with the latter... doesn't seem related to color profiling (IE not compliant)... go figure)

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    Lloyd nice shot, your daughter is very beautiful...you must be proud...

    here are some from my first birthday shoot. D700, SB900 and a lot of prayer..








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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Fiddling around with my studio strobes last night, working on some concepts for my wife's cycling/triathlon team's website. This isn't one of the concept shots, I was just getting the strobes dialed in. Here my ever-patient, live-in model is standing in front of an OctoDome, and is lit by a Mola beauty dish.

    D3; 85/1.4 @ f11, 1/250, ISO 200:

    nice what type of strobes? damn this site is killing me I just bought a chamonix and now I want portable studio lighting...damn...

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    Matto, the last two are really lovely.
    Have you considered cropping (square?) the next-to-last?
    The last one is simply a killer.

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    good call I think I will do that for sure , thanks for the comments

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    do you think maybe crop a little more?, I definitely think it looks better cropped

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    she was very worried about the cake!!!



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    Wow! Great photographs recently All! ... Sorry, I've been very busy with a project (website) and hopefully I'll be back to photography this week. ...but it's -22 C (-8 F) here in Moscow and I'm not sure I want to get out my Nikon out of bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    she was very worried about the cake!!!
    Great series. See, no worries at all.

    I particularly like this one, and the first of the three above. Nice work.

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    My doctor (and my loving wife) put me on a very restrictive diet to try and get some issues under control. I'm ok with it really, as it beats the alternatives, but still...

    D300, 17-55/2.8 @ f11, 1/200 ISO 200:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Now this is an instant classic. Part Alex Webb, part HCB...
    Appreciate it Corlan!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great photo, and again, your processing makes this into pure joy
    Thanks Jorgen!
    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Wow! Great photographs recently All! ... Sorry, I've been very busy with a project (website) and hopefully I'll be back to photography this week. ...but it's -22 C (-8 F) here in Moscow and I'm not sure I want to get out my Nikon out of bag.
    Alex...Too Cold For Me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My doctor (and my loving wife) put me on a very restrictive diet to try and get some issues under control. I'm ok with it really, as it beats the alternatives, but still...
    This rocks!!

    (and sounds like myself earlier before having a nice foie gras and scallops sauté dinner)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    (and sounds like myself earlier before having a nice foie gras and scallops sauté dinner)
    foie gras and scallops sauté!?!

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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;165023]My doctor (and my loving wife) put me on a very restrictive diet to try and get some issues under control. I'm ok with it really, as it beats the alternatives, but still...

    Lloyd, your in Good Hand's! Your Wife is an Elite Athlete who im sure knows a thing or two about a healthy diet & exercise program. Listen to what she says & you'll be fine....

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    Awesome!!

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