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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Thanks for all the kind comments in my previous pricure post.

    Here another one with the S5Pro and 50mm:
    William: That's a very disturbing image! I hope the kid didn't pass out after making that face. Thanks for sharing (i think).

    Steve: Great shots of Brownie and Boo Boo. The detail and in focus and OOF are perfect. The first and the second are stunning (Brownie?).

    Lloyd: Wonderful portraits. You have a very photogenic family and you always seem to capture special moments and expressions. A great gift to have.

    Steve, again: Nice lens and photos!

    Lloyd, again: Very cool SCi Fi photo. Needs a few flying taxis zipping by. It's the support towers on a bridge near Boston?

    And, Lloyd, yet again: The light on the first and third shots are very special. Good eye.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Thank You! Here Ya Go...
    Belongs to the lens lust section fur sure... nice take too.
    By the way i'm willing to sing you a song -or even a couple- if that's what it takes.



    Matt- cool and colorful fruit & vegetables shot as always.
    Makes one want to eat more of them fresh vitamins. Yummy.

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    One from the archives. (You might know this place Steve)
    Great crop, the illusion is perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful light this morning. Too bad it's in large part to the really bad inversion (read: pollution) we've had with this high pressure system sitting over us.

    Nothing special about this first shot, just liked the light:

    Did make for some really nice reflections in the windows along my way to my first meeting this morning:

    All with the D3 and the 70-200/2.8 VRII
    Nice light and reflections. Wish we had more of those here lately... without the inversion that is

    Talking about morning light, early yesterday i was going through the garden winter chores and on my way to replenish the bird feeder with fresh seeds when the rising sun suddendly and selectively lit the thingy, making it look like a lantern.
    Just had time to grab a camera -couple of minutes later the yellow ball was back up into its favorite hiding-place for weeks: behind the clouds.


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    [QUOTE=Jorgen Udvang;179050]
    Love your dog shots, Steve, and I don't even like dogs (15 stray dogs across the canal, keeping me awake at nights). Like your lens too, but the price these days... I could hire an assistant for a year for the lowest price in this country.

    Jorgen, sorry about the strays ruining your sleep! Thank You...

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Steve: Great shots of Brownie and Boo Boo. The detail and in focus and OOF are perfect. The first and the second are stunning (Brownie?).


    Steve, again: Nice lens and photos!


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    Thanks Matt! Your Produce always looks inviting!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Belongs to the lens lust section fur sure... nice take too.
    By the way i'm willing to sing you a song -or even a couple- if that's what it takes.
    Thanks C! do you know any Aretha or Pavarotti?!

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    Hey Corlan, very nice light and subtle blue-greens on the feeder shot!

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    I often kick myself for not going the extra inch and shooting more. This is especially true when people are the subject. It might have something to do with shyness. Here's an example. I like the shot but was shooting through the machinery and there was a lot of clutter overhead. I had to crop this considerably to get rid of the wires that cut through the guy's hat. Every time something like this happens I tell myself "if only...". Really need to work on that.

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    I often kick myself for not going the extra inch and shooting more. This is especially true when people are the subject. It might have something to do with shyness. Here's an example. I like the shot but was shooting through the machinery and there was a lot of clutter overhead. I had to crop this considerably to get rid of the wires that cut through the guy's hat. Every time something like this happens I tell myself "if only...". Really need to work on that.
    Absolutely splendid, Tim.
    Between the shot quality, the expressions and treatment this photo has a genuine timeless quality to it.


    I kinda hear you on the shyness part though (and it obviously doesn't concern this particular shot)... guess not all of us can be blessed with Jorgen's talent when it comes to mingle with people when carrying a camera.

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    Corlan, it looks like it's lit from the inside! Pretty light indeed!

    TR, you've captured the souls of 2 hardworking guys! Nice tone & subtle vignette.

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    Thanks Corlan and Shtarka1. I think the "Jorgen Ability" is maybe a gene thing. What I need is a gene transplant for mingle-ability.

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    Steve, these are nothing short of fantastic... truly.

    Do you have a shot of that 58/1.2 Noct? Never laid eyes on one.
    I'm getting a case of serious Noct envy

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    A bit of color...S5 Pro/50mm

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    William, My Heart Just Skipped A Beat! Wow...So Hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    I'm getting a case of serious Noct envy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Great crop, the illusion is perfect.



    Nice light and reflections. Wish we had more of those here lately... without the inversion that is

    Talking about morning light, early yesterday i was going through the garden winter chores and on my way to replenish the bird feeder with fresh seeds when the rising sun suddendly and selectively lit the thingy, making it look like a lantern.
    Just had time to grab a camera -couple of minutes later the yellow ball was back up into its favorite hiding-place for weeks: behind the clouds.

    Thanks Corlan, and this one is fantastic!! Great catch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    William, My Heart Just Skipped A Beat! Wow...So Hot!
    I'm with Steve on that one for sure. Great shot, and beautiful model William.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I often kick myself for not going the extra inch and shooting more. This is especially true when people are the subject. It might have something to do with shyness. Here's an example. I like the shot but was shooting through the machinery and there was a lot of clutter overhead. I had to crop this considerably to get rid of the wires that cut through the guy's hat. Every time something like this happens I tell myself "if only...". Really need to work on that.
    I agree completely with Corlan's evaluation of this one Tim. Great portrait, perfect (and timeless) treatment.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Another beauty Matt. Which model of the 1.4 is this? Is it the new one?

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    My grandson's other grandpa... my good friend Dave:

    D300, 85/1.4 @ f11:


    Oh yes, he's a character:

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    Incredible detail Lloyd! Nice light & PP!

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    Incredible detail Lloyd! Nice light & PP!
    Thanks Steve.

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    A couple more from yesterday morning. It looks like the building is right at the end of the street, but it's actually across a canyon, the east edge of which starts where the street ends. From the end of the street it's about a quarter mile across the canyon, and another maybe 200 meters to the building (which is the state capitol building. Only the dome is visible from this perspective.)

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII:



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    Love the color & perspective in the 2nd one Lloyd! How's the VRII? IQ looks Impeccable!

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    wow LLoyd that lens looks great, what do you think of version 1? have you ever used it with a telextender?


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    Gorgeous, V !

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    Thanks Steve and Matt. (beautiful flower shot, btw)

    The 70-200 VRII is Awesome!! I couldn't be happier with it. I have used it with a TC-14E II, and it works really well. I did some test (posted them here earlier) which showed some vingetting with with the TC-14 when shooting wide open. Only an issue for landscapes, and it disappears when stopped down.

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    By the way, don't know if any of you would be interested, but well known commercial photographer, Chase Jarvis is streaming live a photoshoot from his studio. They're talking through what they're doing, e.g., concept, makeup, set decoration, lighting, etc.. Getting ready to do some test shots. This will be on for hours, I checked in an hour ago, and have been glued to the screen ever since.

    Here's the link: http://blog.chasejarvis.com/live/

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    D3,Nikon 85 1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    D3,Nikon 85 1.4
    What a great mug!

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    thanks yes will check it out!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D3,Nikon 85 1.4
    what type old english, Victorian maybe ? damn that lens!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    What a great mug!
    Which one? Tx!
    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    what type old english, Victorian maybe ? damn that lens!!!
    Not sure.? That lens 85 1.4 is gone.....it was & is a great one, but Leica calleth!
    Thanks V!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Which one? Tx!
    Six of one, half a dozen of the other.

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    Super flower shot Matt!
    Looks more tele than macro to me, am i wrong?


    Steve, mug shot material indeed.
    Well, talking about Steinbeck, in particular the background part gets you in this kind of places... Love this shot.
    Last edited by Corlan F.; 29th January 2010 at 13:08.

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    no you are spot on of course you dern super pros, it was the crappy and I mean crappy tokina 80-400 I am saving up for a nikon 70-200 with a telextender for costa rica

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    Lloyd, i like the Francis Hills type of rendering on the above portrait.

    On the capitole dome the perspective illusion is quite incredible from your topographic desciption. And definitely nice light that morning.

    By the way 'bout morning lights thanks all for the kind words, just a casual snap seizing the -too rare- opportunity of catching some sun rays trough the lens to the sensor

    Here's a couple more from this few minutes or so interval, before early "clouds sunset". All in all this is 3 shots out of 8 in a couple of minutes:


    light was really horizontal:




    through the (not so clean) kitchen window, from the outside:

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    no you are spot on of course you dern super pros, it was the crappy and I mean crappy tokina 80-400 I am saving up for a nikon 70-200 with a telextender for costa rica
    Well Matt i really don't know about "crappy", both the composition and the IQ looks pretty darn good to me.
    Nicely setup and shot, and there's still a lot of potential left in processing depending on the mood/style you want to convey.

    Gives me ideas

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    Here's a couple more from this few minutes or so interval, before early "clouds sunset". All in all this is 3 shots out of 8 in a couple of minutes:
    That is a lovely light. I can't believe you have bulbed plants up already!? We're at least 4 months away from that around here.

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    That is a lovely light. I can't believe you have bulbed plants up already!? We're at least 4 months away from that around here.
    Shot from outside so the bulbs are inside the kitchen. Definitely helps!

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    Shot from outside so the bulbs are inside the kitchen. Definitely helps!
    Ah yes. That would definitely help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I often kick myself for not going the extra inch and shooting more. This is especially true when people are the subject. It might have something to do with shyness. Here's an example. I like the shot but was shooting through the machinery and there was a lot of clutter overhead. I had to crop this considerably to get rid of the wires that cut through the guy's hat. Every time something like this happens I tell myself "if only...". Really need to work on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    A bit of color...S5 Pro/50mm

    Nicely done. Simple, but timed just right. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    My grandson's other grandpa... my good friend Dave:

    Oh yes, he's a character:
    Lloyd: Nicely done. Your photos bring out his character with the coloring and the detail. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A couple more from yesterday morning. It looks like the building is right at the end of the street, but it's actually across a canyon, the east edge of which starts where the street ends. From the end of the street it's about a quarter mile across the canyon, and another maybe 200 meters to the building (which is the state capitol building. Only the dome is visible from this perspective.)
    Lloyd: Nice outlook. I've never been to that part of SLC. The shadows in the street and the sun on the dome work very well. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Gorgeous, V !
    Matt: +1. Daisies are always a great subject. Nice focus selection. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D3,Nikon 85 1.4
    Steve: Excellent! PP, selective focus and framing's perfect. You've got some great dog portraits. My 85mm f/1.4 was spared the M9 culling and sale. It was probably hiding in the back of the drawer. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That is a lovely light. I can't believe you have bulbed plants up already!? We're at least 4 months away from that around here.
    Corlan: Nice photos. Chasing the light's always fun.

    Re: bulbs. The weatherman on TV just announced that we're almost to our warmest January ever! The tulips are starting early up in the Skagit (nice photo op; if, you can avoid all people). Probably means we'll have our coldest March ever!

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    Thanks Matt.

    Corlan, nice bulb. Light is warm & this tranquil image is relaxing me as i gaze at it dreaming of the spring! Minus 8 with wind chill in Beantown!

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    D700, zf 100


    D700, zf 100


    D700, R80 Lux


    D3,Nikon 58 Noct 1.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D700, zf 100


    D700, zf 100


    D700, R80 Lux


    D3,Nikon 58 Noct 1.2
    Whoa!!! These leave me speechless! Great lenses for sure, but consistently impressive results with lots of different lenses just goes to show that it's the photographer that matters... clearly true here.

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