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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Hacker, what a beautiful portrait and composition!
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    Hacker: +1. I like the asymmetry with the vanishing point and OOF to the left.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very handsome fellow. Nice portrait.
    rayyan: +1. What he said. Again, the asymmetry really works. Great tonality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another gorgeous image, rayyan. Wonderful color and light.
    rayyan: Again, +1. And again, what he said.

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    Long awaited Spring sun is somehow scarce but nice.
    Here's a study of our faithful apricot tree early blossom, with a japanese touch.


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    Another one from the same shoot:





    A tighter crop:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Long awaited Spring sun is somehow scarce but nice.
    Here's a study of our faithful apricot tree early blossom, with a japanese touch.
    Gorgeous image, Corlan. Really, really nice.

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    Eventualy another perspective, on the macro side:




    all from D3X Zeiss 50/2M

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    The entire series... terrific.

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    Thanks Lloyd.

    I apologize for the kinda large size, but the idea behind posting this series was also to illustrate color transients and dynamic range out of this kit. Original images are huge, but under a certain amount of size reduction the quality loss is a bit too high

    (and... you did it again )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Lloyd.

    I apologize for the kinda large size, but the idea behind posting this series was also to illustrate color transients and dynamic range out of this kit. Original images are huge, but under a certain amount of size reduction the quality loss is a bit too high

    (and... you did it again )
    I think the size looks great...

    And, just goes to show you that I can't be trusted anywhere near a computer keyboard.

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    Very beautiful, Corlan, all of them.

    Here's one more from the restaurant. Food shots are posted on the 4/3 forum, since those that I've made so far are shot with the GH1 and OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro.

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 31mm and f/8


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    Very beautiful, Corlan, all of them.

    Here's one more from the restaurant. Food shots are posted on the 4/3 forum, since those that I've made so far are shot with the GH1 and OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro.
    Really nice, Jorgen. Impressive blue.

    Pretty kewl how they let you put your copyright on their floor.

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    Really nice, Jorgen. Impressive blue.

    Pretty kewl how they let you put your copyright on their floor.
    Nought but a fool I will hint call, that writes his name upon a wall

    It was a tricky shot indeed. Panorama windows to the left, with a high, slanted ceiling, and no windows to the right with a low, level ceiling. There are four strobes: one three meters above and to the left of the camera to even out the lighting, one low down under the camera with barn doors to iluminate the chairs, one further down on the right side reflected in the ceiling and one on the cabinet in the background.

    Half an hour before the restaurant opened for Bunch, the owner found out that it would look better with the table arrangement from the opening days of the restaurant, and had the staff carry out some of the tables and re-arranging the others. After the photo was taken, they had to re-arrange again, since all tables were reserved for the Easter Sunday Brunch. They are a very patient bunch, I can assure you

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    Corlan: Beautiful detail, color and compositions. I really like the first two with the "Japanese touch". The DOF on the first photo is perfect. Are you satisfied with the color transients and dynamic range? Dynamic range seems good.

    Jorgen: Nicely composed and photographed restaurant shot. Couldn't track down your "Nought but a fool...upon a wall"? Google failed me! Your post did show up in Google already! That's a little scary. Very elegant looking place.

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    Beautiful shot, Rayyan. Nepal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Jorgen: Nicely composed and photographed restaurant shot. Couldn't track down your "Nought but a fool...upon a wall"? Google failed me! Your post did show up in Google already! That's a little scary. Very elegant looking place.

    Cheers, Matt.
    Wow, that is scary, isn't it? I don't know the origin of the proverb myself. The Norwegian translation, which is in a more modern language, was rather commonly used when I went to high-school, a couple of hundred years ago if I remember correctly. Now, I've got an interesting challenge

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    Gorgeous renderings Corian. I struggle to get such hues!

    regards.

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    Steve, these are simply lovely. No wonder Matt looked at these pics. and was forced to buy a M7.

    I think more Ms are sold due to owners presenting them so beautifully than
    the official bumph.

    Regards.




    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: If you would have posted this in the "Analog" forum
    where it belongs, I wouldn't have been seduced and ultimately corrupted. I've fallen so low as to being forced to buy a M7 body today! I'm considering counseling.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Lloyd, Corian, Matt, Jorgen, Otumay...

    Yes, indeed it is Nepal. I am grateful for your encouragement.

    Best regards.




    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Beautiful shot, Rayyan. Nepal?
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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    And now: The Dessert

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 29mm and f/4.0



    These are the colours straight from the Fuji. Shot RAW, but converted with ACR without any adjustments. Lighting was a large, north facing window from her front/right and a bare, 20W bulb (the modelling light of a small strobe) 45 degrees to her left. Auto WB and relatively long exposure at 1/30s. ISO 800.
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    Mmm, looks delicious, and whatever is on the plate looks good too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: If you would have posted this in the "Analog" forum
    where it belongs, I wouldn't have been seduced and ultimately corrupted. I've fallen so low as to being forced to buy a M7 body today! I'm considering counseling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post


    Eventualy another perspective, on the macro side:




    all from D3X Zeiss 50/2M
    Corlan, This Series Is From Another Planet! Inane IQ! Bravo!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Very beautiful, Corlan, all of them.

    Here's one more from the restaurant. Food shots are posted on the 4/3 forum, since those that I've made so far are shot with the GH1 and OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro.

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 31mm and f/8

    [QUOTE=Jorgen Udvang;199714]And now: The Dessert

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 29mm and f/4.0




    Jorgen, Per Usual...Outstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Mmm, looks delicious, and whatever is on the plate looks good too!
    Glad you said if first. I have to admit that I thought it!

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    Mmm, Grand Marnier
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    Jorgen, this is outrageous: you can't have CrÍpes Suzette using anything but copperware.
    We're talking serious gourmet business here, please.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Corlan, This Series Is From Another Planet! Inane IQ! Bravo!

    Thanks Steve -btw in a totally different style your last set on the M thread is splendid. IMHO composition wise those are among your best works.


    Thanks Lloyd, Jorgen, Rayyan, Matt, for the kind words.

    Matt, disregarding the inevitable, significant jpeg loss for the posted image yes i'm quite satisfied with the and transients & DR. With saturated colors like here the combo really shines with a feast of light.


    Did i mention though that the sunny minutes were only a small part of our early spring equation?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Steve -btw in a totally different style your last set on the M thread is splendid. IMHO composition wise those are among your best works.




    Did i mention though that the sunny minutes were only a small part of our early spring equation?

    Another Sizzling Macro C!
    Thanks Very Much For The Overwhelming,Generous,Kind Comment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Another Sizzling Macro C!
    Yes, indeed!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Jorgen, this is outrageous: you can't have CrÍpes Suzette using anything but copperware.
    We're talking serious gourmet business here, please.


    And I thought the skin tones were pretty close to that....

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    Jorgen, Yum Yum..beautiful sweet. Pity my sweetness intake is restricted

    Excellent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    And now: The Dessert

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 29mm and f/4.0



    These are the colours straight from the Fuji. Shot RAW, but converted with ACR without any adjustments. Lighting was a large, north facing window from her front/right and a bare, 20W bulb (the modelling light of a small strobe) 45 degrees to her left. Auto WB and relatively long exposure at 1/30s. ISO 800.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    And now: The Dessert

    S5 with Tamron 17-50 @ 29mm and f/4.0



    These are the colours straight from the Fuji. Shot RAW, but converted with ACR without any adjustments. Lighting was a large, north facing window from her front/right and a bare, 20W bulb (the modelling light of a small strobe) 45 degrees to her left. Auto WB and relatively long exposure at 1/30s. ISO 800.
    Jorgen: Another nice shot. You deserve your meals (didn't you say earlier that you were trading your services for theirs?). If google couldn't find it then it's probably a "folk" expression.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matty, Your A Sick Man! Congrats! What Color Did You Go With?
    Steve: I know. Basic black. Bought it used on the Fred Miranda Forum classifieds. I'm thinking of using Fuji Velvia in all of my future photographic efforts. What do you think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Steve -btw in a totally different style your last set on the M thread is splendid. IMHO composition wise those are among your best works.


    Matt, disregarding the inevitable, significant jpeg loss for the posted image yes i'm quite satisfied with the and transients & DR. With saturated colors like here the combo really shines with a feast of light.


    Did i mention though that the sunny minutes were only a small part of our early spring equation?

    Corlan: +1 on what you said about Steve's photos. I have to admit that I tried to figure out what color transients were and ended up with explanations citing algorithms, etc. I'm going to take your word for it. They looked very good. The water drop is also very cool.

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    Don't adjust your monitor! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D300; 16mm f/2.8; 1/60s @ f/6.3; +2/3 EV; ISO 200


    2. D700; 16mm f/2.8; 1/125s @ f/22; ISO 800

    3. D700; 16mm f/2.8; 1/320s @ f/11; ISO 800

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    Don't adjust your monitor! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Very kewl, Matt. I've been toying with the idea of going for that lens. It's moved up on the list... but it's still long list, however.

    As for your film question, I like Velvia, but it can be a little over saturated at times, especially when underexposed. I think that Velvia 100F is a little better overall.

    I also really like Provia 100F, and think it scans a little better than Velvia. It does sometimes have a color cast, but that can be dealt with in digital post.

    Here are a couple of articles you might want to look over:

    http://www.naturephotographers.net/a.../gt0803-1.html

    http://www.dl-c.com/Velvia%20vs%20Pr...ia%20100F.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very kewl, Matt. I've been toying with the idea of going for that lens. It's moved up on the list... but it's still long list, however.

    As for your film question, I like Velvia, but it can be a little over saturated at times, especially when underexposed. I think that Velvia 100F is a little better overall.

    I also really like Provia 100F, and think it scans a little better than Velvia. It does sometimes have a color cast, but that can be dealt with in digital post.

    Here are a couple of articles you might want to look over:

    http://www.naturephotographers.net/a.../gt0803-1.html

    http://www.dl-c.com/Velvia%20vs%20Pr...ia%20100F.html
    Lloyd: Thanks. The lens is a bit of a "one trick pony". I'll read the articles. Thanks, again.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Don't adjust your monitor! Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D300; 16mm f/2.8; 1/60s @ f/6.3; +2/3 EV; ISO 200


    2. D700; 16mm f/2.8; 1/125s @ f/22; ISO 800

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    Matt, Love the BW treatment. In this case I do like the widdddeee perspective.

    #2 is awesome.

    Well done sir.

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    Matt....Outstanding Work! Love Em!

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    Nice work with this lens, Matt.
    I particularly like the second one

    (and sorry for the use of "transients", you're right it's probably not the proper photographic term )



    Breaking News: thought we only had plants and flowers on the property, but it appears we have beasts, too

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    Corlan...MacroMania Running Wild! Love It!

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    Corlan, the green macro is great!

    Love the last fish photo, Matt, the one with the musicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, Love the BW treatment. In this case I do like the widdddeee perspective.

    #2 is awesome.

    Well done sir.
    rayyan: Thank you very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt....Outstanding Work! Love Em!
    Steve: Thank you too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Nice work with this lens, Matt.
    I particularly like the second one

    (and sorry for the use of "transients", you're right it's probably not the proper photographic term )

    Breaking News: thought we only had plants and flowers on the property, but it appears we have beasts, too

    "Sun Bath":


    Corlan: Thanks. Still trying to figure out "color transience". Transient implies a temporal, fleeting, relationship. It's a chemical, electrical, mathematical, and physics term. I'm sure there is an application in photography. I'll have to ask my daughter, the Physicist.

    My wife liked this image. I liked all three. Lady bugs can be viciious, don't get too close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post

    Love the last fish photo, Matt, the one with the musicians.
    Jorgen: Thanks. Cheers, Matt

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    Hey everyone! Have some catching up to do here!

    Just a quick one from my shoot tonight... CBOT and the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank



    More to come tomorrow!
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    Jason: Nice light and color.

    Cheers, Matt

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    "Slimpickins" (and friend) working the crowd. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8;27mm; 1/400s @ f/5; ISO 200


    2. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 24mm; 1/800s @ f/5; ISO 200


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    Corian: this is lovely work.

    Regards.

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    Matt: this is gorgeous. besides the imagery, I love violins.

    Well done.

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    "Slimpickins" (and friend) working the crowd. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    2. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 24mm; 1/800s @ f/5; ISO 200


    3. D700; 24-70mm f/2.8; 24mm; 1/2000s @ f/2.8; ISO 200

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    The Reds have taken to the streets of Bangkok again, trying to force the prime minister to resign. He won't of course, but it's serious enough for a state of emergency in Bangkok and the surrounding provinces declared tonight, after the parliament was attacked.

    Yesterday, the Reds were touring the streets of Bangkok in their vehicles. As serious as the situation is, it isn't without a certain entertainment value, at least from a photographic point of view.

    S5 with Nikkor 70-300 ED @ 135mm and f/8



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    S5 with Nikkor 70-300 ED @ 220mm and f/8

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    JÝrgen.. just read about the State of Emergency. Have fun shooting, cause it does look entertaining, but hope it stays safe for you!

    Corlan, nice "wildlife" shots! Maybe one day when Matt grows a pair, he can get some macro shots of his bears!

    Matt, that 16mm fish is great! I think there's a 9 also, and I'm not thinking of the DX version. It looks like you have a coffee mug attached to the front of your camera. There was one for sale at Calumet that I contemplated. Way cool and fun.
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    You call that a camera, mate? Now THAT'S is a camera!



    Was down in St. Louis with my wife's family. My brother in law's got a couple large format camera's so we grabbed his SINAR kit and went down the flooding Mississippi River and took some pictures, then developed the negatives. Ahhh... the good ol days!

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    and our intended target mimicking what we looking for out of the SINAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    The Reds have taken to the streets of Bangkok again, trying to force the prime minister to resign. He won't of course, but it's serious enough for a state of emergency in Bangkok and the surrounding provinces declared tonight, after the parliament was attacked.





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