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    Jorgen, now you get all of us worried. If it makes any sense, please convey our best wishes to your father. And you know that you've got friends here, even at their limited, virtual -or not so virtual- level. Take great care of your father and of yourself.
    We'll be around and always welcome to hearing from you anytime you feel like dropping us a word, or one of your gem of an image.

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    Nice shot Jorgen -- he definitely looks like he has places to go!

    Thank you all -- I am glad you like them. They were shot on a D3 with a Leica 50mm f/1.4 E60 lens. The first 3 were at f/1.4, ISO 1600 and 30 seconds. The last one was at ISO 200, f/4 or so, and 8 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Jorgen, now you get all of us worried. If it makes any sense, please convey our best wishes to your father. And you know that you've got friends here, even at their limited, virtual -or not so virtual- level. Take great care of your father and of yourself.
    We'll be around and always welcome to hearing from you anytime you feel like dropping us a word, or one of your gem of an image.
    Yes, what he said. Do take care, and our best to your father.

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    John, lovely image of your grandaughter!

    Stuart, gorgeous set! Wow!

    Matt, your fish market shots are the Best! Ever had Chilean Sea Bass?

    Jorgen, another excellent grab! I sincerely hope your Dad is ok. Please keep us informed.

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    Two shots from last month on Mauritius, both with the Zeiss CF Planar 100mm on D3x with Mirex adapter . It was a bit warmer there then in Europe now.
    I'm just trying to make you all a bit jealous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Did some newborn shots for my daughter-in-law's sister yesterday.
    Lloyd, just beautiful! You sure are doing some very nice work these days.

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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;182127]What's he telling them about that crab? Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Matt, Farmers Market shots have always had a special appeal for me - and this one is no exception. I have lots of old Kodachrome shots of similar markets I took with the various incarnations of Nikon F's, and they are among my favorites. Your shot brings brings back lots of old memories - with attendant olfactory sensations. Thanks for posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    My computer is too slow, my clock is too fast, my father is in hospital and I'm running around in circles. Here's a photo anyway, from Singapore earlier this week. See you when I surface, if ever.
    Oh Jorgen, please take care of yourself. You are not alone....
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    Gorgeous shot, Uwe. Wonderful light, perfect composition.

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    Thank you all. My father had a heart attack on Friday morning around 2 A.M., just a couple of hours after I returned from S'pore. Luckily, he was already in hospital with a throat infection. He's still in respirator in CCU, but can communicate by writing notes. Although he hates all the machinery that keeps him alive, there's nothing wrong with his brain, and his jokes are as evil as ever

    He's 84 and has had a failing health all his life, in a wheel-chair for the last few years, but his enormous curiosity keeps him alive and kicking. He just bought a laptop computer so that he can surf the internet while he's in hospital. Now, I need to move my work to Pattaya for a few weeks.

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    Jorgen: As said above, take care of yourself and your family. My mother's 88. Her last 4-5 years have been up and down (trending up). An active mind seems like the best medicine.

    Steve: Thanks. And, I've had Chilean Sea Bass. Excellent!

    John: Thanks. I probably spend too much time in the Market; but, I love the people and the constant variety. And, I think your team won.

    Uwe: Beautiful photo. The soft, hazy, tone's very painterly (not a pejorative). Nice.

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    Jorgen, sorry to hear about your father's heart attack. Sounds like he's got the right attitude...a strong will to live and a supportive and caring family can work wonders. I wish him a speedy and full recovery.

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    Here's the Baton Rouge Channel 3 photographer giving the neighborhood gals last minute instructions just before the Superbowl win interview. WHAT A GREAT PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Jorgen, I sincerely hope your father gets well soon.
    All the best wishes for him, and for you and your family.
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    black, and white



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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnA_BatonRouge View Post
    Here's the Baton Rouge Channel 3 photographer giving the neighborhood gals last minute instructions just before the Superbowl win interview. WHAT A GREAT PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I imagine you all had a pretty good time. Congrats all around.

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    John, a lot of well deserved smiles! Congrats!

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    Steen, Excellent B&W's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Steen, Excellent B&W's!
    Yes indeed. Very nice.

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    Thanks Steve and Lloyd.
    I even do colors .-)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Thanks Steve and Lloyd.
    I even do colors .-)
    Yes you do. Very well.

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    Yes you do. Very well.
    Agree!

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    Steen: Beautiful photos - both the B & W's and color. The transitions in light on the stone paving works very well at drawing the eye through the photo. The white-washed half timbers make a nice composition with the dark windows (monochromatic Mondrian). Cheers.

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    These are georgeous, Steve.
    You're indeed a master at this type of processing, and the last portrait is especially outstanding.

    Though being well aware that you and a other contributors more here are die hard Leica fans, one can't help but thinking that with this kind of lens and the appropriate PP, beside the form factor the whole thing plays easily into often-considered-as-exclusive black and white, red dot territory (and more on some aspects). And this also goes for some other examples from Matt, Lloyd etc.... once again, if proof needed, in most instances it's all about the photographer.

    Another great addition to your series anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steen: Beautiful photos - both the B & W's and color. The transitions in light on the stone paving works very well at drawing the eye through the photo. The white-washed half timbers make a nice composition with the dark windows (monochromatic Mondrian). Cheers.
    +1

    With a special mention to the subtle transition from monochrome to colors in the full spectrum one.

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    Lloyd, Steve, Matt, Corlan, thank you all for your kind words.

    And Steve, your black and white work is sparkling as usual.

    I'd better pick something colorful, here's a Where's Wally type thing


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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    D3, 58 Noct 1.2 at iso 1000
    These are really terrific Steve. That last one in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    These are georgeous, Steve.
    You're indeed a master at this type of processing, and the last portrait is especially outstanding.

    Though being well aware that you and a other contributors more here are die hard Leica fans, one can't help but thinking that with this kind of lens and the appropriate PP, beside the form factor the whole thing plays easily into often-considered-as-exclusive black and white, red dot territory (and more on some aspects). And this also goes for some other examples from Matt, Lloyd etc.... once again, if proof needed, in most instances it's all about the photographer.

    Another great addition to your series anyway
    Corlan, I sincerely Thank You for the Kind & Thoughtful Words! There is an Abundance of Talent Here & I am Always Thirsting to Learn More from All Of You!!!
    [QUOTE=Steen;182866]Lloyd, Steve, Matt, Corlan, thank you all for your kind words.

    And Steve, your black and white work is sparkling as usual.

    Thanks Steen! Love the Color & Amazing IQ on "Where's Wally"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Lloyd, Steve, Matt, Corlan, thank you all for your kind words.

    And Steve, your black and white work is sparkling as usual.

    I'd better pick something colorful, here's a Where's Wally type thing

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    Steen! That image is just beautiful to behold. Gorgeous color, and such wonderful IQ. Extra nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are really terrific Steve. That last one in particular.
    Thanks A Lot L!

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    Steen, the Where's Wally pouporri shot is remarkable. I keep going back to look at it over and over. One could spend a half hour just exploring the intracacies of texture and juxtapositional color. To me, this is beautifully composed and executed shot of an intriguing subject. Great job!
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    Thanks a lot, Steve, Lloyd and John !
    Here's a part of the ship decoration at close range.
    And lets not forget to say cheers to the brave captain who emptied all the bottles. I hope to get a picture of him some day.


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    Meet my friend's dog, Roxy... make no mistake, she rules da 'hood, for sure.

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    What a Beautiful Mug! Nice shot Lloyd!

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    What a Beautiful Mug! Nice shot Lloyd!
    Thanks Steve, she is a beauty.

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    Steen: Great B&Ws! I especially like the windows/flowers.

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    The logging saga continues. The band saw blade on the woodmill has been removed and is being sharpened to start fresh on this 24 footer tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    The logging saga continues. The band saw blade on the woodmill has been removed and is being sharpened to start fresh on this 24 footer tomorrow.
    This activity has all the earmarks of actual work, Tim. Something the majority of us here have only a passing familiarity with, I'm afraid. Thanks for sharing and enlightening.

    (I really like the perspective of that first shot. Nicely done.)

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    This activity has all the earmarks of actual work, Tim...
    Thanks Lloyd. It's not my normal work but a welcome break during a month that's typically very slow and boring. Simple pleasures of seeing a tangible outcome. Not to mention the wood is beautiful and I sleep like a baby. I now have a much greater respect for those who make a living in the woods. Tough, dangerous work and long days. However, absolutely zero office politics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thanks Lloyd. It's not my normal work but a welcome break during a month that's typically very slow and boring. Simple pleasures of seeing a tangible outcome. Not to mention the wood is beautiful and I sleep like a baby. I now have a much greater respect for those who make a living in the woods. Tough, dangerous work and long days. However, absolutely zero office politics.
    Several good points there Tim, that last one being one of the best.

    I know what you mean about tangible outcome. I worked framing houses during the summer while in college. I loved the fact that at the end of the day I could see what I'd done. Sometimes since, I've worked for weeks or months without anything indicating I've made a difference. I guess that's one of the things I like about photography as well, visible results.

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    Too bad -and it's getting worse in time- t'looks like the more tangible the outcome, the less palpable the income is.
    Interesting times... (i guess)


    Tim your last series indeed is an invitation to outdoor work.

    And Lloyd, great shot of Da Boss.
    (btw he's the spitting image of the Spike character)

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    Lloyd, Da Boss is classical. I'm sure peace and quiet reigns at the 'hood...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    These are georgeous, Steve.
    You're indeed a master at this type of processing, and the last portrait is especially outstanding.

    Though being well aware that you and a other contributors more here are die hard Leica fans, one can't help but thinking that with this kind of lens and the appropriate PP, beside the form factor the whole thing plays easily into often-considered-as-exclusive black and white, red dot territory (and more on some aspects). And this also goes for some other examples from Matt, Lloyd etc.... once again, if proof needed, in most instances it's all about the photographer.
    Another great addition to your series anyway
    Steve: +1. Love these noir shots. I agree with Corlan, the camera is less of a factor then the photographer. Your photography is always eclectic and very good (probably not so much if you were shooting with a Canon).

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Lloyd, Steve, Matt, Corlan, thank you all for your kind words.

    And Steve, your black and white work is sparkling as usual.

    I'd better pick something colorful, here's a Where's Wally type thing
    Steen: It took me a moment to figure out that Wally was a boat! Lots to look at. Both are fun images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Meet my friend's dog, Roxy... make no mistake, she rules da 'hood, for sure.
    Lloyd: Good looking dog. Your portrait skills appear to work for all species.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    The logging saga continues. The band saw blade on the woodmill has been removed and is being sharpened to start fresh on this 24 footer tomorrow.
    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thanks Lloyd. It's not my normal work but a welcome break during a month that's typically very slow and boring. Simple pleasures of seeing a tangible outcome. Not to mention the wood is beautiful and I sleep like a baby. I now have a much greater respect for those who make a living in the woods. Tough, dangerous work and long days. However, absolutely zero office politics.
    Tim: Nice photos. I'm envious. A break doing something like you're doing ought to be a required sabbatical for office types like myself. I became an Architect, so, i could stay out of the rain, but still realize something physical. That's also, as Lloyd pointed out, why photography is attractive. But, you still miss the purity of work you describe.

    Sorry, long post. Lots of great photos and comments. Thanks for sharing. Cheers,

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    Foxy lady, Roxy ! Excellent portrait, Lloyd.

    Timberman Smith, love the lightings and colors in the woodmill !

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    Going through older photos and found these that I hadn't done anything with. (Maybe over-sharpened?) Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;183118]Steve: +1. Love these noir shots. I agree with Corlan, the camera is less of a factor then the photographer. Your photography is always eclectic and very good (probably not so much if you were shooting with a Canon).


    Appreciate it Matt! LOL!!! Perfect place to quietly study! Nice pair!

    TR, Great Color & Comp!

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    Thanks Corlan, Osman, Matt and Steen. Roxy told me to post that... or else!!

    Great shots Matt. Nicely seen.

    I used to study (well, tried to study) between innings at the Mariner's games at the old Kingdome. (back then we sat out in the $2.00 seats in left field and cheered for what ever team they happened to be playing, the Mariners were so bad back then. I was there the day current Boston Celtics GM, Danny Ainge, hit one of his two career homers... a line drive, which just cleared fence in left. Ironically, my younger brother was at the game in Oakland when he hit his only other home run.) I managed to pass my classes that year, so I guess one can study anywhere, eh?

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    One from the archives.

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