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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    wow that truck shot is really well done!! like you don't know that lol, novice me!!! lol
    Thanks, Matt, Tim and Lloyd. 1954 Flatbed Ford, really got a kick out of the "air conditioning" system on this one. And yep, I hear a few fish have been caught in Montana.

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    [echo] The truck shot is just per-fect [/echo]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Oh, Nice!! Love this atmosphere.
    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your positive comments. It is always great to have your kind feedback. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Lots of great new images coming on the forum these days, thought I would toss my hat into the ring again. Been too busy lately with OPW's (other peoples work) to post.

    Tim I am working on a catalog right now that soooo reminds me of your wader image.

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    Great images, routlaw! I love the beautiful sky in your images as well. Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thank you, guys. Here's one for the road

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    Hello Jorgen,
    What makes this image quite interesting is the large rear-view mirror! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Outstanding stuff. I agree, the truck shot is great! (and mmmmm, Montana! Took my honeymoon there. Great fishing!)



    Thanks Lloyd, fishing is fun, but catching is even better!

    Hello TRSmith,
    It looks like "it's the catch of the day"! Beautiful color and fun times. All the best, Leica 77

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    leica 77 is da man!!!

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    viablex1 is da man!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Great images, routlaw! I love the beautiful sky in your images as well.... )
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    The truck shot is just per-fect
    Thanks L77 and Corlan. I can't take all the credit on the skies, we get a lot of help with the local environment , though yesterday was quite hazy on our standards, probably some fires somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Thanks L77 and Corlan. I can't take all the credit on the skies.....
    Rings a bell for modern poetry:

    That night the weatherman came on crying saying he didn't control the weather that [...]he's lucky He [...] didn't strike him with lightning for taking the credit sometimes and that he, the weatherman, was in no way responsible for the hurricane coming



    Small talk aside, this photo would make a terrific front cover for some Cormac McCarthy's...

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    Have missed a couple previous page...

    Tim- love the hangin' fishermen... er, outfits

    L77- dramatic skyline, you definitely got some eye the for tall buildings!

    Jorgen- the looks are priceless. Are you sure the other guy's on schedule? Sounds like he's the one in charge of some stuff -supposedly express- i've been waiting for delivery since a coupla weeks now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Oh it is! Some of the best fly fishing in the world.

    Gorgeous sunset. I could use some flyfishing about now. All work and no play...

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Sacred Heart Cathedral in Singapore. AF Nikkor 18mm. Adobe Photoshop. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

    Wow. Nice shot... LOVE the processing on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Outstanding stuff. I agree, the truck shot is great! (and mmmmm, Montana! Took my honeymoon there. Great fishing!)



    Thanks Lloyd, fishing is fun, but catching is even better!

    Oh yeah!

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    Some side stuff from the fortified churches series, not the exact same area but a one-hour detour on the road... here a ravishing, timeless small village.


    the entrance gate...




    Path to the Abbey (scale : the smaller door ~ human height)...




    The huge Abbey Chapel took some devastating hits -though amazingly accurate...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some side stuff from the fortified churches series, not the exact same area but a one-hour detour on the road... here a ravishing, timeless small village.


    the entrance gate...




    Path to the Abbey (scale : the smaller door ~ human height)...




    The huge Abbey Chapel took some devastating hits -though amazingly accurate...

    Timeless indeed. Nicely captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Outstanding stuff. I agree, the truck shot is great! (and mmmmm, Montana! Took my honeymoon there. Great fishing!)



    Thanks Lloyd, fishing is fun, but catching is even better!

    You're right, of course. Same in my family, but it seems even the fish know who's chief. Mom's take, then Dad's
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    [QUOTE=Lloyd;123060]You're right, of course. Same in my family, but it seems even the fish know who's chief. Mom's take, then Dad's

    Mom doesn't look too happy, but they're both worthy fish. Dad's is fantastic. Nice shots Lloyd.

    I'm going to stop posting fishing pictures now before everyone else gets bored.

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    Corlan, those buildings are the stuff of fairy tales. A question... would there have been glass in the window openings during the building's day?

    Tim

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    I was just trying Photoshop CS4 to re-retouch some photos shot three years ago, and came across these two shots from the Galapagos Islands. Nikon D2x with Nikkor 17-55/2.8 (the blue-footed booby), Nikkor 70-200/2.8 VR (the flamingo).
    Hope you enjoy them,
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Corlan, those buildings are the stuff of fairy tales. A question... would there have been glass in the window openings during the building's day?

    Tim

    Hi Tim,
    all the front windows would feature stained glass back then, including the large rosace in the center -i'd say around 30 ft diameter, just an rough estimation from memory. Impressive, anyway.
    Not certain for this specific one (it was late, on the road -i intend to check next time) but most of the damage usually occured with WWI & WWII bombardments and/or intentional destruction locally from germans just before leaving the area. Some harm was also perpetrated (on a smaller scale, glass, statues mostly) at the time of french revolution. Otherwise like hundreds of comparable buildings they would still be around in a pretty decent shape.
    Fortunately, they also make great looking ruins

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    I was just trying Photoshop CS4 to re-retouch some photos shot three years ago, and came across these two shots from the Galapagos Islands. Nikon D2x with Nikkor 17-55/2.8 (the blue-footed booby), Nikkor 70-200/2.8 VR (the flamingo).
    Hope you enjoy them,
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    Very nice images Otumay! And that shot of the blue-footed booby is certainly a "decisive moment".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow. Nice shot... LOVE the processing on this one.
    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your kind feedback. Your positivism is certainly a hallmark of this wonderful Forum. All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice images Otumay! And that shot of the blue-footed booby is certainly a "decisive moment".
    Thank you Lloyd! Sometimes 'decisive moments' are sent our way by divine providence
    Best,
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    Missed the blue-footed action... what a scene!

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    I took a 15 minute walk around the property this morning and snapped these small squares of summertime. Nothing special, just fragments of things I forget about in the midst of long winters.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I took a 15 minute walk around the property this morning and snapped these small squares of summertime. Nothing special, just fragments of things I forget about in the midst of long winters.

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    Hello TRSmith,
    Beautiful close-up shots! The color is really rich and vibrant. Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Thanks Leica77. I've been experimenting with a certain method of post-processing. Does it look natural to you or do you find it obvious?

    Thanks,
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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Historic Building in Singapore. AF Nikkor 18mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thanks Leica77. I've been experimenting with a certain method of post-processing. Does it look natural to you or do you find it obvious?

    Thanks,
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    Hello TRSmith,

    Your images are simply gorgeous! They look so natural to me. Cheers! Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hello TRSmith,

    Your images are simply gorgeous! They look so natural to me. Cheers! Leica 77
    Ok thanks, good to hear!

    That shot of the buildings is an interesting mix of the old and new, color and B&W. Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I took a 15 minute walk around the property this morning and snapped these small squares of summertime. Nothing special, just fragments of things I forget about in the midst of long winters.

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    I agree with L77... and the processing looks very natural. Nice work.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Historic Building in Singapore. AF Nikkor 18mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    Very nice. And I'm glad they preserved it there in the midst of all that glass and steel.

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    Very nice. And I'm glad they preserved it there in the midst of all that glass and steel.
    Hello Lloyd and TRSmith,

    Many thanks for your positive comments. I am pleased to know that my humble attempts to blend the old (B&W) and the new (color) are appreciated by both of you. The well preserved old English-style structures in Singapore are some of their proud cultural treasures and legacies from the past. All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I took a 15 minute walk around the property this morning and snapped these small squares of summertime. Nothing special, just fragments of things I forget about in the midst of long winters.

    Tim
    Nice work on the macro images Tim. Looks like you might have vignetted the corners just a tad which works well here.

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    Tim- nice, colorful summer pictures ... and how kind of you to volunteer a tutorial for the frog shot PP

    (the result in this series look natural, PP wise beside the aforementionned possible slight vignetting, maybe you've artificially increase the selective focus a little via respective blur/sharpen + saturation ?)

    Leica77- interesting downtown contrast. Your composition provides a strong feel of the overwhelming physical nature of the modern architecture over the older building -but still well preserved.

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    Thanks everyone! I'm pleased that you don't find the effect over the top. And yep, I have added a vignette on several. But I did it on a separate layer with Silver Efex Pro and then made the blend mode of the B&W layer "Luminosity" and adjusted the slider to where it felt good. The Silver Efex has a nice set of vignetting and edge darkening tools, plus, by varying the type of black and white conversion, you can (seemingly) add or subtract to shadows and highlights. It seems to add a little depth to the color. At least so far. I've only just started to play with it and might get tired of it, but for now, it's fun.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Nikon D300 + 18-200 mm VR Lens. Island Dancers of the South Seas. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    Hi Leica 77!

    Man... I really like this shot Maybe 'cause my girls have a little "islander" in them... I dunno... but it's a very moving image for me!

    Thanks for the share!

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    Wow you guys ( and gals)

    Great stuff from all of you recently.... I just can't keep up with the comments.

    Wonderful inspiration... makes me happy to be a photog

    THANK YOU AND DON'T STOP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Hi Leica 77!

    Man... I really like this shot Maybe 'cause my girls have a little "islander" in them... I dunno... but it's a very moving image for me!

    Thanks for the share!

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    Hello Albert,

    Many thanks for your kind comments. I am happy to know that you like the image of island girls from Polynesia. Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway. Adobe Photoshop. I am sure that Professor Jorgen can tell us all about the significant history associated with this major landmark. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    so many great pictures!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway. Adobe Photoshop. I am sure that Professor Jorgen can tell us all about the significant history associated with this major landmark. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    nah... nothing much to tell really. It's the Grand Hotel. Henrik Ibsen used to walk down the street (Karl Johans gate, named after one of the Swedish kings during the union between Sweden and Norway that lasted from 1814 until 1905) every day to drink coffee at Grand Café on the ground floor, left corner. The café still exists, more or less unchanged from the days of Ibsen.

    The square in front of the building is Eidsvolds Plass, named after the little town north of Oslo where the constitution was written. Very appropriately, 10 meters to the right of the photographer is the Norwegian Parliament, built during the union with Sweden. There's a large painting in the main assembly hall, depicting the men at Eidsvold, writing that constitution.

    All of this is celebrated every year on 17 May, the climax being the children's parade, that goes down Karl Johan, between Grand Hotel and the Parliament towards the left in this photo, ending at the Royal Castle, around a kilometer further down the street.

    L77, I think we can say that you've found a rather central spot to take that photo

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    I felt like doing something different yesterday, so I bought a ton of cheese, hauled out the micro lens, and with Kid Creole at full blast, this is what I got:

    D80 with Micro Nikkor 105mm AF D @ f/22



    ... and guess who was allowed to eat all that stuff afterward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I felt like doing something different yesterday, so I bought a ton of cheese, hauled out the micro lens, and with Kid Creole at full blast, this is what I got:

    D80 with Micro Nikkor 105mm AF D @ f/22



    ... and guess who was allowed to eat all that stuff afterward
    Hello "Professor" Jorgen,

    It's a great yummy yummy cheesy macro image! Many thanks also for the great history lesson regarding the Grand Hotel. Just imagine that Ibsen used to have a sip of coffee every day at the Grand Cafe at the corner of the Grand Hotel. I believe Nobel Peace Prize winners enjoy the Nobel Dinner at the Grand Hotel in Oslo every year. All the best, Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 18mm. Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 17mm, f/2.8 and 1/15s


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I felt like doing something different yesterday, so I bought a ton of cheese, hauled out the micro lens, and with Kid Creole at full blast, this is what I got:

    D80 with Micro Nikkor 105mm AF D @ f/22



    ... and guess who was allowed to eat all that stuff afterward
    Yum!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway. Adobe Photoshop. I am sure that Professor Jorgen can tell us all about the significant history associated with this major landmark. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    Another beauty... and great processing.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 18mm. Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    Love the way the selective color makes the central subject jump. Nicely done.

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