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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Super nice light and focus!

    Steve- all three shots are excellent, the first one though plays in the Rolling Stone material category!

    Osman, i like the second shot here a lot. Delicate, subtle hues despite the late day contrasty light. The portrait is excellent, too. Would that one deserve a tad more pop?
    +++1. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Hi Albert,
    It's a beautiful family portrait. Everybody has lovely eyes! Best regards.

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    Corlan: Thanks and you are right about pp. I added glamor glow filter from the Color EfexPro palette to ensure her satisfaction

    Steve: Thank you very much. My Significant Other will be delighted!

    Best,

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Beautiful images from your boat trip, Osman.
    In the last picture, the Sultan Ahmet Mosque I presume ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Albert,
    It's a beautiful family portrait. Everybody has lovely eyes! Best regards.
    Agree!

    Osman, I Tip My Hat To You!

    Matt, Thanks!

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Beautiful images from your boat trip, Osman.
    In the last picture, the Sultan Ahmet Mosque I presume ?
    Thank you, Steen. You are right, it is the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (The Blue Mosque to outsiders).

    Best,

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    Osman, Matt, Steve, Albert, great stuff all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    (...) You are right, it is the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (The Blue Mosque to outsiders). (...)
    Yes, I just tried not to sound like the tourist outsider I actually am
    I have only been in Istanbul once in my life, but I so much hope to go back some day.
    Here's an 'insider' study of the completely fantastic ceiling in the mosque (I also posted this two years ago).


    click for the 3.3 Mb full size


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    Thanks all for the comments!

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Yes, I just tried not to sound like the tourist outsider I actually am
    I have only been in Istanbul once in my life, but I so much hope to go back some day.
    Here's an 'insider' study of the completely fantastic ceiling in the mosque (I also posted this two years ago).
    Steen, this is a fantastic shot! I tried shooting many magnificent domes here, in Iran, Syria and India, and found out that my expertise was not up to the task. You can understand my appreciation for your mastery. Thanks for sharing.
    Best regards,
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    Albert: Beautiful family portrait.

    Steen: The dome shot is magnificent. My technique for shooting these use to be to set the auto timer, lay the camera on the floor pointing straight up, click, and step back. The red light flashes and it takes a long flashless shot. I'd probably get shot, or arrested, if I tried that these days. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks a lot Osman and Matt. My method was exactly the camera on the floor trick.
    I simply put the camera on the floor and let the self-timer shutter-release + autofocus take care of the rest.
    So you could say that in some rare cases it is actually the camera that takes good pictures and not the photographer

    And Albert, kudos for the well composed and beautiful family portrait

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    A few more bear shote from the Khutzeymateen, British Columbia.
    This teenager was a poser. Thanks for looking. Cheers,

    1. D3; 300mm f/4 w/TC-E14; 1/320s @ f/9; ISO 800


    2. D3; 300mm f/4 w/TC-E14; 1/400s @ f/9; ISO 800


    3. D3; 300mm f/4 w/TC-E14; 1/320s @ f/9; ISO 800

    4. D3; 300mm f/4 w/TC-E14; 1/400s @ f/9; ISO 800


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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Thanks a lot Osman and Matt. My method was exactly the camera on the floor trick.
    I simply put the camera on the floor and let the self-timer shutter-release + autofocus take care of the rest.
    So you could say that in some rare cases it is actually the camera that takes good pictures and not the photographer

    And Albert, kudos for the well composed and beautiful family portrait
    Thank you Steen!

    Your mosque ceiling image is fantastic!

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    Excellent shots m_driscoll!

    Albert

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    Holy Bears!!

    Great portrait, Albert!

    Steen... Daayyyyyummmmm.... What a shot!

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A few more bear shote from the Khutzeymateen, British Columbia.
    This teenager was a poser. Thanks for looking. Cheers,
    I think this is my favorite of all the wonderful Bears you've shown. Terrific!

    Someone reminded me of this photo taken a long time ago. It's heavily cropped and not all that sharp, but still has something I think. Maybe it's the remarkable form of the Mallard.

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    Albert/Jason: Thanks.

    TRSmith: Thanks. I keep sorting through them and PP'g. These are new in that sense. Your photo is a beautiful BIF picture. The colors of the mallard set on the blurred background is terrific. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers, (p.s. also, just realized that the lens I used was actually a 300mm f/2.8)

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    They are all fantastic, but this one just begs for a caption. Something like "This grass tastes like sheeet, but you look delicious"

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post



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    Been up north for a couple of days. No computer, no email, just a camera. I should go there more often. Here's one of the locals

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    At the local school up in the mountains.

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    Saturday morning at the main street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A few more bear shote from the Khutzeymateen, British Columbia.
    This teenager was a poser. Thanks for looking. Cheers,

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    man what a magnificent animal!!!!!!!! absolutely beautiful shots!!

    and Jorden definitely go up north more often very striking color and love the dart shot!!!

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    The sunsets are beautiful up north as well

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    I hate this lens, but when it's in focus and at less than 150-200mm, it can produce some nice photos.



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    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 20mm and f/7.1


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    Jorgen: Thanks. The caption might actually be "Stop annoying me! I've got to chew up a lot of this crap!" We were very non-threatening.

    Your new photos are great. Your colors always seem perfect. I love the cat.

    Matt: Thanks. That bear was great looking. I'd like to see her ( I think) when she grows to full size.

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    Thanks, Matt and Matt. And now; the unavoidable temple shot

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Again I'm overwhelmed by the quality AND quantity of images posted in this thread. This group of masters evidently know how to squeeze the last drops out of a Nikon!
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Again I'm overwhelmed by the quality AND quantity of images posted in this thread. This group of masters evidently know how to squeeze the last drops out of a Nikon!
    Cheers,
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    Couldnt have said it any better! Bravo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    The sunsets are beautiful up north as well

    D80 with 70-300mm ED @ 135mm and f/4.5
    I hate this lens, but when it's in focus and at less than 150-200mm, it can produce some nice photos.


    really I hope you are putting something together to publish, the world needs to these!!!

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    A lot of amazing images here again... Matt if it's the same series of bear than previously posted, then i second everyone and vote for this PP especially efficient here with the grass and water contrast in the background. Anyhow, these four shots are fantastic!

    Great colors as always, Jorgen. My vote goes for the Darts.
    Of course the sunset has a strange appeal on its own...

    And Tim... nice mallard, though a bit blurred it's really vivid.

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    ok now, more boring stuff, no darts, no sunset, just plain ol'countryside


    With the melting snow grounds in the area tend to get soft, then we had relatively strong winds.



    - Power Mast, down -



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    This old tree did not care that much, though.


    - Old Tree, Up -



    D700 - 105mm



    The whole scene, with the 50mm:

    - The Tree and the Mast -


    (click)

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Again I'm overwhelmed by the quality AND quantity of images posted in this thread. This group of masters evidently know how to squeeze the last drops out of a Nikon!
    Cheers,
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    I agree completely.

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    Corlan, the first crop has a transcendental beauty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Corlan, the first crop has a transcendental beauty.
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    I agree. Special image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    ok now, more boring stuff, no darts, no sunset, just plain ol'countryside




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    Corlan, does the name "John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr" ring a bell? This reminds me of something out of "The Grapes Of Wrath"! Keep producing "Boring Stuff"...It's Brilliant!

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    Another vote for the first one, Corlan. Great photo.

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    Its snowing. The wind is howling. It's dreary. Time for a little Color..










    Nikon Stuff

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    Thanks Osman, Lloyd, Jorgen, Steve for the kind words.
    Beyond that it's another case where getting the insightful opinion of the great contributors here is very valuable... my favorite was the last one posted (thumbnail) but it's more "dead" i guess. Of course larger format are always a bit different. Well i'll printed both and see what's happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Its snowing. The wind is howling. It's dreary. Time for a little Color..
    Nikon Stuff
    Steve, all these very lively and well processed. If the first one had a bit less of the Glamour filter on the chair i would have hit you with a William Eggleston (i love most of his work, not only as a pioneer in colour photography) comment.

    That said, the last one is a real eye candy!


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    Thanks C! How bout any of these with regards to William Egg..











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    Corlan:Terrific shot. Big space, well seen.

    shtarka1: I really like the chair. It might be dreary, but you've found the antidote.

    And this is with the lensbaby (again) with a 10X mag lens screwed into it. I'm thinking it might be time to break down and actually buy a macro lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks C! How bout any of these with regards to William Egg..
    ok Steve, i'll chery pick the second one then.
    And maybe the third altogether


    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Corlan:Terrific shot. Big space, well seen.

    shtarka1: I really like the chair. It might be dreary, but you've found the antidote.

    And this is with the lensbaby (again) with a 10X mag lens screwed into it. I'm thinking it might be time to break down and actually buy a macro lens.
    Thanks Tim.
    In some way this is a large scale variation on your "pond shots", since it's just from the grounds down hill the property

    Is the 60 macro (D or G) not supposed to be a combo made in heaven for the D2X? Would bet it will finely suit your work in delicate, subtle still clean tones and textures...

    (the watch is again in this category btw)

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Ren Fest Time! I took my photography class this year so they could all experience the wonder that is a Renaissance Festival.

    Some favorites:

    The Green Man


    Fairy Flirting


    Spaniards Striking Poses


    Sir William


    Fun with Pirates


    Preparing for Chess


    Real Men's Chess


    Bread vs. Spear


    Black Queen is Pensive


    The Black King


    More at http://photos/echenique.com/renfest2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    This old tree did not care that much, though.

    - Old Tree, Up -

    D700 - 105mm

    The whole scene, with the 50mm:

    - The Tree and the Mast -


    (click)
    Corlan: I'm a little late; but, +1 for the first one. I like the tonality and the abstractness of it.

    It was a different bear then the earlier set. We saw a lot of bears.

    Cheers,

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    Edit: I can see what you like about the third photo. Printed larger, the relationship of the mast and the tree would be visually very compelling.
    Last edited by m_driscoll; 18th January 2010 at 22:12.

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    Steve: Great stuff. I like that you didn't level the horizon in the first. Nice "eye candy" and interesting people. The boy in the stroller's expression is marvelous. Don't forget to vote tomorrow!

    TRsmith: Nice detail and light on the watch.

    Etrigan63: Fun photos of the renaissance fair. I like "Fairy Flirting".

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    Taking a break, and not. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. D700; 50mm f/1.4; 1/400s @ f/1.4; ISO 320


    2. D700; 50mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/1.4; ISO 320


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    Thanks Corlan!
    TR, I didn't know he was a "Lord"! Nice grab!

    Carlos, Very nice series!

    Matt, 2 Smokin Shots!

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