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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Lloyd, your shots are filled up to the brim with love and excitement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd, your shots are filled up to the brim with love and excitement.
    Thank you, my friend. It was fun to work with them... even though it was pretty cold, and they'd scramble to get their coats after each location.

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    Lloyd... the E-shoot is fantastic! Great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Lloyd... the E-shoot is fantastic! Great stuff!
    Thanks Jason. Much appreciated.

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    A couple from last weekend.

    Both with the D3, 70-300 VRII

    An abandoned tourist attraction near Moab, UT:


    The top two women in the Half Marathon battle at about mile 11 of the course. The lead woman held on to win by 6 seconds:

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


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


    Corlan: Very nice horse portraits. I like this side shot best. Made to hang on the stable wall!

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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



    Lloyd: Nice engagement shoot. I didn't know what that was until recently, when my daughter's wedding photographer asked if they wanted one. I like this one. They're nicely framed, separated, and the way he's lovingly looking at her. Classic B & W PP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A couple from last weekend.

    Both with the D3, 70-300 VRII

    An abandoned tourist attraction near Moab, UT:


    The top two women in the Half Marathon battle at about mile 11 of the course. The lead woman held on to win by 6 seconds:
    Supreme IQ & Contrast! Love em Both Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Nice engagement shoot. I didn't know what that was until recently, when my daughter's wedding photographer asked if they wanted one. I like this one. They're nicely framed, separated, and the way he's lovingly looking at her. Classic B & W PP.

    Cheers, Matt.
    Thanks Matt. That's one of my two favorites from the shoot as well. Interestingly enough (as always seems to happen), the bride didn't choose either of my faves, and choose several that I don't like at all. "No accounting for taste."

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Supreme IQ & Contrast! Love em Both Lloyd!
    Thanks Bro!

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    They do look like they'd be a good match.

    Great shots, and I love the selective desaturation on that last one.
    Thanks Lloyd.
    Desaturation striked me as appropriate here with the respective hair hues

    Love the two photos posted just above, especially the soft look in the firt one. Btw The highly contasted half-marathon shot rendering reminds me of Steve's technique.


    And thanks Steve and Matt for the kind comments.

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    Some (much welcome after this endless winter we had) spring colors... here, at last:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some (much welcome after this endless winter we had) spring colors... here, at last:
    Welcome indeed. And a stunning image!!

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    Even got some real sun

    More spring:




    (both shots D3X with Zeiss 50/2M - basic process in NX2 with camera profiles)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A couple from last weekend.

    Both with the D3, 70-300 VRII

    An abandoned tourist attraction near Moab, UT:


    The top two women in the Half Marathon battle at about mile 11 of the course. The lead woman held on to win by 6 seconds:
    Lloyd: Missed these two earlier. Both are great images. You really show the versatility of that lens!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some (much welcome after this endless winter we had) spring colors... here, at last:

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Even got some real sun

    More spring:




    (both shots D3X with Zeiss 50/2M - basic process in NX2 with camera profiles)
    Corlan: Beautiful bud and flower. The color an selective focus are just right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Missed these two earlier. Both are great images. You really show the versatility of that lens!
    Thanks Matt


    Corlan: Beautiful bud and flower. The color an selective focus are just right.

    Cheers, Matt.
    +1 Very nice. Thanks for sharing the color. I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some (much welcome after this endless winter we had) spring colors... here, at last:
    Beautiful, Corlan.

    The photo of the runners is very nice, Lloyd. Love the lighting.

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    Corlan....My Goodness...Incredible!

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    Thanks Lloyd, Matt, Jorgen, Steve for the kind comments. It's good to see some of the warm yellow ball again

    Matt, stable wall ? In this rural area not sure these guys have a decent stable. For sure nothing quite close to Steen's own premises. The owner of the two horses got a print of the larger brown fellow posted a few pages back. But you're right and have good eyes, the one you quoted above have sharpened for print. Will do this week-end... (did you get my MP btw?).


    Lloyd, sometimes you post so fast. How could you possibly intercalate an answer between my two posts above? I predict that one day you'll address a thread question before the OP had time to submit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Lloyd, sometimes you post so fast. How could you possibly intercalate an answer between my two posts above? I predict that one day you'll address a thread question before the OP had time to submit it.
    Maybe that one day I'll get so good, I'll post the image the OP was about to post, eh?

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    Here's a quick one from this morning...

    Chicago, LaSalle Street at Sunrise

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    Corlan.. just plain wow!!

    Lloyd... great runner shot! And that's with the 70-300? Dayummm. Great stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Here's a quick one from this morning...

    Chicago, LaSalle Street at Sunrise
    This is nice. Love the light on the building together with the street lights and the lights on the cars. Impressive.

    Thanks for your comment. Yes, the 70-300 VR is a surprising lens, especially for the price. Not fast, and not a fragment of the 70-200 VRIIm, but much smaller and lighter, and I'm very pleased with the results. I've actually had this around for some time and rarely used it. Just decided to pull it out, and I've been using it fairly consistently since. I understand that Jay Maisel uses it and the D3 almost exclusively. His images are amazing, so if it's good enough for him...

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    Jason, thanks

    Another nice composition of the Second City. A town -my favorite in the US of A- that i dearly miss.




    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Maybe that one day I'll get so good, I'll post the image the OP was about to post, eh?
    On second thought it's wiser than addressing a technical question.
    Where you'd post in advance only to find out that Steen had already and comprehensively covered the issue with all the appropriate booklet references and illustrating screenshots.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Jason, thanks

    Another nice composition of the Second City. A town -my favorite in the US of A- that i dearly miss.






    On second thought it's wiser than addressing a technical question.
    Where you'd post in advance only to find out that Steen had already and comprehensively covered the issue with all the appropriate booklet references and illustrating screenshots.

    I was just about to say that!

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    Thanks, guys.

    Another from the morning commute

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    Jason- Glistening!


    Lloyd, did you post other examples with the 70-300mm ?
    I hadn't noticed that lens before... i see a few limitations but the pricing seems darn right.
    Maybe an excellent no sweat, all-around walking zoom on some occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Jason- Glistening!
    Agreed


    Lloyd, did you post other examples with the 70-300mm ?
    I hadn't noticed that lens before... i see a few limitations but the pricing seems darn right.
    Maybe an excellent no sweat, all-around walking zoom on some occasions.
    Yes, I find that it is just that. Not going to give you the quality of the "pro-level" glass, but the truth is, a lot of the time, it doesn't matter. (Not that I plan to dump my better glass anytime soon!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Here's a quick one from this morning...

    Chicago, LaSalle Street at Sunrise
    Nice

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    Jason: Beautiful photos. I really like the character of that last one. Were you crawling to work?

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    Thanks, guys.

    Matt, I'm actually not 6'3", I'm 3'6"
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    Another one from yesterday's shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Another one from yesterday's shots
    Great light, Jason.

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    Jason, last 3 are Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Lloyd, Matt, Jorgen, Steve for the kind comments. It's good to see some of the warm yellow ball again

    Matt, stable wall ? In this rural area not sure these guys have a decent stable. For sure nothing quite close to Steen's own premises. The owner of the two horses got a print of the larger brown fellow posted a few pages back. But you're right and have good eyes, the one you quoted above have sharpened for print. Will do this week-end... (did you get my MP btw?).

    Lloyd, sometimes you post so fast. How could you possibly intercalate an answer between my two posts above? I predict that one day you'll address a thread question before the OP had time to submit it.
    Corlan: It'd make a fine "horse family" print. How do you sharpen your photos for print?

    I haven't posted here recently. I bet Lloyd can predict what I'll post next.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Another one from yesterday's shots

    Jason: Great stealthy street shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I haven't posted here recently. I bet Lloyd can predict what I'll post next.
    Hmm... I predict... a photograph... beautifully composed, etc. (How'd I do?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Hmm... I predict... a photograph... beautifully composed, etc. (How'd I do?)
    Well, I don't know about that. But, they're not of bears! Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thanks, guys.

    Matt, I'm actually not 6'3", I'm 3'6"
    That explains it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Well, I don't know about that. But, they're not of bears! Cheers, Matt.
    YES!!!! Nailed it!

    Beautiful dog. The red reflection in the water in the second shot is amazing!! Nice catch on the seagull, sharp as a tack! Nice work, as always.

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    YES!!!! Nailed it!

    Beautiful dog. The red reflection in the water in the second shot is amazing!! Nice catch on the seagull, sharp as a tack! Nice work, as always.
    Lloyd: Thanks. Did you notice the little bit of drool on the dog's chin; and, that red reflection was amazing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Lloyd: Thanks. Did you notice the little bit of drool on the dog's chin; and, that red reflection was amazing. Cheers, Matt.
    I didn't at first, but see it now. Cute.

    Honestly, the more I look at the red (and white) reflection, the more amazed I become. Stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I didn't at first, but see it now. Cute.

    Honestly, the more I look at the red (and white) reflection, the more amazed I become. Stunning.
    Lloyd: I went back to look at the original. I have four shots of that. None are cropped and they all have that bright red (and black and white) reflection. This one's intensified a bit; but, they all look like paint on the water. The jagged reflection of the black stripe's pretty cool. I wanted to see if i had any shots that showed more of the context. No such luck. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Corlan: It'd make a fine "horse family" print. How do you sharpen your photos for print?
    When needed i mainly use Sharpener Pro modules from Nik (settings depending on the printer + intended use), and generally speaking the print files are a bit over sharpened than the general purpose version, especially photos with subjects where some "contrast sharpening" is sometimes useful. For the latter stage one can use a number of solutions, including the original tools in PS.
    Print wise the overall difference in results with specialized plug-ins and programs are mostly visible for critical uses such as large prints, products ads and alike. Beside of course, on screen pixel-peeping .

    Nice photos in the last set btw. I second Lloyd re the lovely painted like reflections... now your next mission is to shoot the same dog, same framing no crop... with a WA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I didn't at first, but see it now. Cute.

    Honestly, the more I look at the red (and white) reflection, the more amazed I become. Stunning.
    X2

    That red reflection is incredible!!
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    Matt, lovely shots with the 300/2.8. All three of them.
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    Quick question... Does this count as being published?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Quick question... Does this count as being published?
    In today's electronic world, I'd say yes.

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    Matt....Stop Showing Off! Last 3 Are Ausgetzeichnet, Bellissimo, Bonita, or as we say in Beantown Wicked Good !

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    Sunrise at 3500 mts.


    Cheers.

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    Mariam...


    Best.

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    Now THAT'S a sunrise! Great stuff!
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