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    Lloyd, Matt, beautiful captures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A "stall" girl at the Pike Place Market (is that PC?). Cheers, Matt.
    I don't know PC, but I'd say it's descriptive. Nice shot. That girl has some amazing hair.

    Thanks for the comment on my picks yesterday. Typically, when my wife does her very long training runs (like the 23 miler she has planned for Saturday), I ride along side her on my bike, so that I'm her rolling aid station (water, Gatorade, etc). Yesterday, she was running a shorter session, and on bike/jogging path, so I just met her where the path intersected with roads every couple of miles to hand her a drink.

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    Lloyd, Matt, beautiful captures.
    Thank you, my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    D3, 70-300 VR @ f7.1 ISO 800:
    Excellent Contrast,Tone & Subject..Beautiful Shot!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
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    So Cool!
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    Out being my wife's rolling aid station this evening. While she put in a quick 6 miles, I grabbed a few shots.

    D3, 70-300 VR @ 270mm F7.1, ISO400:

    You 2 are my Idols!


    D3, 70-300 VR @ 300mm F5.6, ISO400, Chainlink fence:
    Love This One Too...Nice Shallow DOF!
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    A "stall" girl at the Pike Place Market (is that PC?). Cheers, Matt.

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    More from yesterday:

    Mimi's pretty special, and we've been through a lot together, so I don't often my head turned. However yesterday I noticed this cute little lady near the trail where Mimi was running:


    D3, 70-300 VR @ 280mm f7.1 ISO 800

    At first I didn't pay too much attention, but I noticed she was sort of watching me.


    D3, 70-300 VR @ 82mm f7.1 ISO 800

    I moved a little closer, and at first she seemed to be ignoring me, but then I saw it... that coy little look... just a quick glance, almost with just one eye... you know the one.


    D3, 70-300 VR @ 300mm f7.1 ISO 800

    Before I knew it, I was fully under her spell. I mean, who could resist eyes like these?


    D3, 70-300 VR @ 250mm f7.1 ISO 800

    Good thing Mimi didn't show up just then... there coulda been trouble!

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    Life has its pleasant surprises, doesn't it? I think you were saved by the bell, though. Be careful, my friend, for as the saying goes in Turkish: "The ground has ears"

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    Lloyd, great captures!! Love the eyes, and you're darned right you were being watched!

    One of the most fantastic sunsets I've ever seen. South of Tunis...

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Life has its pleasant surprises, doesn't it? I think you were saved by the bell, though. Be careful, my friend, for as the saying goes in Turkish: "The ground has ears"
    Yes, I was lucky. And thanks for the quote... I'll take that one to heart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Lloyd, great captures!! Love the eyes, and you're darned right you were being watched!

    One of the most fantastic sunsets I've ever seen. South of Tunis...
    Thanks Jason. And "fantastic" is right. Wow... what amazing color!

    Saw a pretty amazing sunset over Hanalei Bay on Kauai in 2006. (just to give this some scale, those little waves down there are 16 footers!)


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    Surf's UP!!

    Looks like the sky is on fire, Lloyd! Wow!!
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    Ruined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Ruined.
    Nice. Classic looking image.

    (Shoulda seen that place when I was a kid... looked like new! )

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    Osman/Lloyd/Steve: Thanks.

    Lloyd: Sound like good exercise and you get to take some photos to boot. Beautiful photographs of the horse. Great detail!

    Jason: Great sunset and ruins. Are those roman ruins in Tunisia?

    Lloyd: Beautiful sunset, also. Thanks for the scale hint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Thanks Jason. And "fantastic" is right. Wow... what amazing color!

    Saw a pretty amazing sunset over Hanalei Bay on Kauai in 2006. (just to give this some scale, those little waves down there are 16 footers!)


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    Very beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A "stall" girl at the Pike Place Market (is that PC?). Cheers, Matt.

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    Cool photo. I like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Cool photo. I like
    Jorgen: Thanks. Took some others from the side of her; but this straight on one seemed the best. You and Lloyd, and some others here, are schooling me on portraits. Cheers, Matt.

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    Flowers, real and otherwise. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/500s @ f/1.4; ISO 640


    2. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/800s @ f/1.4; ISO 640


    3. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/2500s @ f/1.4; ISO 640

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    Lloyd,Jason & Matt...Boom,Boom,Boom.....Smokin!

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    Leica M6 LHSA, 75 Lux...

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    That (camera) porn somehow seems all inappropriate, but I am all for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    That (camera) porn somehow seems all inappropriate, but I am all for it!
    Yes, that's plain evil! Very nice evil, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Flowers, real and otherwise. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt


    Gorgeous. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    That (camera) porn somehow seems all inappropriate, but I am all for it!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yes, that's plain evil! Very nice evil, however.
    Like Muhammad Ali...Once Said, "Im A Badddd Mannn"! Thanks Carsten & Lloyd!

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    Steve... dood... that's just mean. I have a severe case of Leica Lust. That's NOT helping my cause. But beautiful shots!!!

    Matt... solid flowers! Well done!
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    Did a concept shoot with a local author for his soon to be published book. He wanted to capture the Chicago Borad of Trade, which is the building center frame in the back. He also wanted to capture the essence of Chicago, which I think we did alright on.

    For the final shoot, I plan on adding a couple of strobes and shoot at dawn as it will highlight the building he wants seen. So these are just available natural light and cropped with the 28-70. The final shot will be using the 105 DC, tripod with bracketing to grab the buildings properly, sky, El train for an HDR type shot. Call it HDR lite? Good idea or keep the same exposure and just shoot the background perfectly exposed and use the diffused strobes to "pop" the subject? I know this version looks heavily processed, cause, well, it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Did a concept shoot with a local author for his soon to be published book. He wanted to capture the Chicago Borad of Trade, which is the building center frame in the back. He also wanted to capture the essence of Chicago, which I think we did alright on.

    For the final shoot, I plan on adding a couple of strobes and shoot at dawn as it will highlight the building he wants seen. So these are just available natural light and cropped with the 28-70. The final shot will be using the 105 DC, tripod with bracketing to grab the buildings properly, sky, El train for an HDR type shot. Call it HDR lite? Good idea or keep the same exposure and just shoot the background perfectly exposed and use the diffused strobes to "pop" the subject? I know this version looks heavily processed, cause, well, it is.
    I think that says "Chicago". I'm interested to see how the final version turns out.

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    Steve: Thanks. That is an awesome camera and lens (I want that lens!). Do you do the whole darkroom bit?

    Lloyd: Thanks.

    Jason: Thanks; and, nice portrait concept. Lots of tricky elements. Have fun.

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    Some more Pike Place Market shots. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    2. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/200 @ f/1.4; ISO 640


    3. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/200 @ f/1.4; ISO 640


    4. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/400 @ f/1.4; ISO 640

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    Although eating noodles on a street corner has its charm, and is often more than enough to keep our culinary dreams alive, sometimes, wether we deserve it or not, something more is needed. A peaceful place with the best service, the sweetest smiles and the tastiest food... life simply gets an extra boost.

    Casa Pascal in the heart of Pattaya is such a place. Among all the bars, the shopping malls, the Baht buses that go "beep beep" and the sunburned foreign tourists, you will find this oasis of food and smiles, a place to relax and enjoy while the rest of the world becomes irrelevant for a few hours.

    Good, isn't it?

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    [QUOTE=Jason Muelver;197418]Steve... dood... that's just mean. I have a severe case of Leica Lust. That's NOT helping my cause. But beautiful shots!!!
    Lol! Thanks Jason.


    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thanks. That is an awesome camera and lens (I want that lens!). Do you do the whole darkroom bit?

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    Thanks Matt. Haven't been in a darkroom since high school when Millard Fillmore was President!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Some more Pike Place Market shots. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt



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    Love these 2! Processing is Supreme as usual!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang;


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    Beautifully Shot Jorgen!

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    Nice shots, Matt, particularly the two girls and the two girls

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    Jorgen, very clean shot of Casa Pascal (is it a half spanish/french restaurant?).

    Looking forward to see the next shots -maybe they'll show some serious food. No more empty plates and glasses!


    Talking about which... lot of nice photos recently, but duty, er, dinner calls, first.

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    Thanks all. The chef is Swiss, the food French. Food shots are next week, video too. Justed came back after trying out the GH1 at Blues Factory, a very dark club here in Pattaya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love these 2! Processing is Supreme as usual!
    +1 Extra nice.

    Beautifully Shot Jorgen!
    +1 Here too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Although eating noodles on a street corner has its charm, and is often more than enough to keep our culinary dreams alive, sometimes, wether we deserve it or not, something more is needed. A peaceful place with the best service, the sweetest smiles and the tastiest food... life simply gets an extra boost.

    Casa Pascal in the heart of Pattaya is such a place. Among all the bars, the shopping malls, the Baht buses that go "beep beep" and the sunburned foreign tourists, you will find this oasis of food and smiles, a place to relax and enjoy while the rest of the world becomes irrelevant for a few hours.

    Good, isn't it?

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    Jorgen: Yes, it sounds good. Are you writing the ad copy as well as taking beautiful photographs of the place settings?

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    Thanks Matt. Haven't been in a darkroom since high school when Millard Fillmore was President!
    Steve: Since college for me!


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    +1 Extra nice.
    Lloyd: Thanks.

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    Two more from the Pike Place Market. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/8000s @ f/1.4; ISO 280


    2. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/6400s @ f/1.4; ISO 640


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jorgen: Yes, it sounds good. Are you writing the ad copy as well as taking beautiful photographs of the place settings?
    ... and designing a brochure, and designing plus making the structure for the new website, and suggesting target groups and how to approach them, and... yes, I believe that's me

    As long as I'm allowed to eat the excellent food and flirt with the waitresses, it's a good deal, don't you think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    ... and designing a brochure, and designing plus making the structure for the new website, and suggesting target groups and how to approach them, and... yes, I believe that's me

    As long as I'm allowed to eat the excellent food and flirt with the waitresses, it's a good deal, don't you think
    Excellent deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Two more from the Pike Place Market. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    2. D700; 85mm f/1.4; 1/6400s @ f/1.4; ISO 640

    Love this one.

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    Love this one.
    Lloyd: Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Love this one.
    Me 2!

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    Matt, the two sisters' expression you've captured is priceless.
    Love the stall girl, too... reminds in some way of Six Feet Under.
    And i concur with Lloyd and Steve on the window shot. Splendid.


    Steve- camera porn ideed.
    The second one posted's just unbecoming!


    Jason- the Chi-town shot composition is excellent. It indeed looks overcooked (at least on my monitor), but the final shot will sure look great.
    Nice ruins, too. Is it Carthage?


    Lloyd- nice rolling aid shots. With Mimi running that fast it's a performance in itself for you to get some good photos in between catch ups.

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    Steve: Thanks.

    Corlan: Also, Thanks. The stall girl does have that sort of look, doesn't she.

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    Corlan, it's definitely overcooked. We were driving around the city and that spot just struck me, so no lights, just jump out and shoot. Good enough for composition and concept and he liked it. So that's what really matters.

    It's actually about an hour south of Tunis, so same area, but not in Carthage itself. I really like Tunisia a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    More from yesterday:

    Mimi's pretty special, and we've been through a lot together, so I don't often my head turned. However yesterday I noticed this cute little lady near the trail where Mimi was running:

    .....

    At first I didn't pay too much attention, but I noticed she was sort of watching me.
    .....

    I moved a little closer, and at first she seemed to be ignoring me, but then I saw it... that coy little look... just a quick glance, almost with just one eye... you know the one.

    ......

    Before I knew it, I was fully under her spell. I mean, who could resist eyes like these?

    .....

    Good thing Mimi didn't show up just then... there coulda been trouble!

    No wonder your head turned for once.


    Ran into a similar situation recently, when shooting the horse-in-the meadow (posted a few pages ago). He had a smaller companion, also a bit on the shy side at first:




    After a couple of minutes and a few bribes, the mood changed -but still from a distance:





    Did i say shy? Well, relatively speaking then. Probably because it was a boy... the missus had much more success:




    Should i be jealous?
    Well for Mimi's and me's sake, maybe your girl and our boy should meet...



    all photos D3X 105VR - no crop - NX2 - no PP except curves, raw sharpening and the selective desaturation on the last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    No wonder your head turned for once.

    Ran into a similar situation recently, when shooting the horse-in-the meadow (posted a few pages ago). He had a smaller companion, also a bit on the shy side at first:

    After a couple of minutes and a few bribes, the mood changed -but still from a distance:


    Did i say shy? Well, relatively speaking then. Probably because it was a boy... the missus had much more success:

    Should i be jealous?

    Well for Mimi's and me's sake, maybe your girl and our boy should meet...



    all photos D3X 105VR - no crop - NX2 - no PP except curves, raw sharpening and the selective desaturation on the last one.
    They do look like they'd be a good match.

    Great shots, and I love the selective desaturation on that last one.

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    From and engagement shoot over the weekend. (Her mother is a friend of Mimi's from triathlon.)

    All with the D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII






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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post








    Did i say shy? Well, relatively speaking then. Probably because it was a boy... the missus had much more success:




    Should i be jealous?
    Well for Mimi's and me's sake, maybe your girl and our boy should meet...



    all photos D3X 105VR - no crop - NX2 - no PP except curves, raw sharpening and the selective desaturation on the last one.
    Strong,Beautiful Animal, Well Shot C!
    [QUOTE=Lloyd;197969]From and engagement shoot over the weekend. (Her mother is a friend of Mimi's from triathlon.)

    All with the D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII




    Love these 2 Lloyd! Great Shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love these 2 Lloyd! Great Shooting!
    Thanks Steve. Much appreciated.

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