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    Last one at B&H on Sunday by phone!
    Here's the kicker...still paying off the Noct & said i wouldnt make another purchase till i did! I got it Bad!
    Matt, i got lucky i guess scoring one so soon. I look at it this way, I saved 4500 by not buying the Leica version.....Yet! Thanks.
    Steve: Funny, that's how i look at these things too.

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    This guy is a Bad Dude! I bet he Demands Freshness At All Times! Love it!
    Steve: I suppose i should occasionally buy some fish from him. When i was flying to Munich once a month, I'd take over a big box of fish every time (pre 9/11 and TSA). Sometimes from this place and sometimes from the flying fish market by the pig.

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    Awesome... both of them.
    Lloyd: Thanks. You all must be headed off to Boston soon?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    I LOVE the geese shot! And great market shot. I wish we had markets like that hear in Chicago. There's supposed to be a new one that I might have to check out.
    Great stuff!
    Jason: Thanks. I would have thought that there'd be an old one in Chicago?

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    Got another Opening Day shot...
    She claims to be a classically trained dancer... I'm wondering what classics she's refering to
    Jason: OK.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Matt, love the market shots.
    I particularly like the last one, makes you raving about living by the ocean... well Seattle sounds especially good fish wise.
    Btw, still doesn't rain too much over there, or is it?
    Corlan: Thanks. Some of it is of course flown in (lobster/mahi mahi/etc.). Today it's rained, sun comes out, rains, sun comes out, rains... You get the idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    The D3 is in excellent hands.
    Rayyan: Thank you. Those are wild geese. They were in transit for sunnier climes. Not too friendly either.

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    Story of my life...always looking the other side!




    Regards.
    rayyan: Great captures. It's really fascinating to see everybody looking so intensely in one direction. The second shot's really nice with the wet paving, the yellow raincoat, and the women leaving stage left. BTW did you see the lens in the Analog M thread?

    Jason: 2 x's OK! OK! OK! OK! OK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Something like this? And a few others...


    Jason, good balance.

    Regards.

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    Regards.
    Rayyan: Very cool!. It has an almost IR look at the bottom. Must have been really dark in there.

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    Rayran... that is awesome. Can you give more background behind it?
    Jason: thanks for your comments:

    For background...I was having some construction works done on my house.
    The contractor had staff members from the AfPak region. Got to know them
    well during the time they were at work.

    This is from a series I made of them. No flash. Just room lighting and
    modified in ps with the lighting filter. He dressed up for the shoot, i provided
    the tea!

    D700; zf 35/2; tripod.

    Simple.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    rayyan: Great captures. It's really fascinating to see everybody looking so intensely in one direction. The second shot's really nice with the wet paving, the yellow raincoat, and the women leaving stage left. BTW did you see the lens in the Analog M thread?
    .......
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    Thanks Matt. yes I have looked at the lens and the M7. I think both should be ' X ' rated.

    My heartfelt congrats for the acquisition and may you enjoy it in good health.

    Regards.

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    My desert...my home:








    Welcome to my world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    My desert...my home:
    Wow. The first three are nothing short of spectacular.


    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Welcome to my world.
    Which pill did you take?




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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    My desert...my home:


    Welcome to my world.
    And What A World You Have Shown Us! Your Home Is Picturesque & Majestic! Your Style Is Unique & Inspiring! Thank You.

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    I love your world! My wife is convinced that she's middle eastern in a past life. It's by far her favorite part of the world. A couple of her favorite trips have been to Yemen and Jordan as well as Ethiopia. Plus, she has a soft spot for camels.

    Where are those last three taken?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Matt. yes I have looked at the lens and the M7. I think both should be ' X ' rated.
    My heartfelt congrats for the acquisition and may you enjoy it in good health. Regards.
    rayan: thank you. tomorrow, i'll get the processed film back and see if I remembered how to shoot with film. Nothing like digital for instant feedback.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    My desert...my home:








    Welcome to my world.
    rayyan: These are truly extraordinary. From the currency you mentioned earlier, I'm guessing that you're from the UAE and this is the Rub Al Khali. It's a polar contrast to the photo that you posted "from your home" of a snow capped mountain range and lush looking forest. You are certainly a unique man of many parts! My old toyota Landcruiser only got wet and muddy.

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    Rayyan, very impressive. Let me guess; Iraq, Iran or Turkey?
    Osman

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    Sorry, missed your earlier answer. Should have guessed...

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    Introducing Lucy, who's lived in the Khutzeymateen since she was a cub. She had two cubs of her own when we photographed her. No classical dance training. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 1600


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 1600

    3. D300; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/320s @ f/2.8; ISO 800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Wow. The first three are nothing short of spectacular.
    ..
    Which pill did you take?
    ...

    Corian, thank you. Rx meds.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    And What A World You Have Shown Us! Your Home Is Picturesque & Majestic! Your Style Is Unique & Inspiring! Thank You.
    Steve, your words are truly appreciated, my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    I love your world! My wife is convinced that she's middle eastern in a past life. It's by far her favorite part of the world. A couple of her favorite trips have been to Yemen and Jordan as well as Ethiopia. Plus, she has a soft spot for camels.

    Where are those last three taken?
    Jason, smart wife one thing we learnt living with camels..with humility
    comes strength..to face adversity, to face life.

    my regards to yourself and your undoubtedly smart wife.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    rayan: thank you. tomorrow, i'll get the processed film back and see if I remembered how to shoot with film. Nothing like digital for instant feedback.


    rayyan: These are truly extraordinary. From the currency you mentioned earlier, I'm guessing that you're from the UAE and this is the Rub Al Khali. It's a polar contrast to the photo that you posted "from your home" of a snow capped mountain range and lush looking forest. You are certainly a unique man of many parts! My old toyota Landcruiser only got wet and muddy.

    Cheers, Matt

    Matt, this is my home. the ice caps were from my window..looking
    across the himalyan ranges and into tibet.

    thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Sorry, missed your earlier answer. Should have guessed...
    Osman, thanks for the kind words.

    regards.

    My home is Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. These photos were taken, as Matt, clearly
    identified in the Ruub-al-khali; the empty quarter; bordering on various sides the Gulf contries and Yemen in the south. These pics are about
    500 kms from my home.

    Best.

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    Another glimpse into my world...

    the desert is hot, very very hot, harsh, unforgiving..i lost 2 cams during this trip. one melted the other and its lens became the victim of the sand.


    And beautiful, glorious and never ending at the same time...


    it gets very very cold once the sun sets...


    The sun sets covering us in darkness; i have to pitch my tent, light the
    camp fire; key in the my gps co-ords; charge my sat phone and get my
    vehicle well placed..


    the desert might be different things at different times but always it is
    Majestic.

    Good night.

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    Very beautiful desert photos, Rayyan.

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    Rayyan, it's like opening a new present viewing your posts! Just takes your breath away!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Introducing Lucy, who's lived in the Khutzeymateen since she was a cub. She had two cubs of her own when we photographed her. No classical dance training. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 1600



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    Matt....Love Da Bear's!!! Outstanding!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, it's like opening a new present viewing your posts! Just takes your breath away!!!
    my thoughts exactly!

    Now Rayran, I know we are gleefully awaiting an invitation for a guided tour of your favorite part of the kingdom
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    Yes... more bears!!! Wonderful work!
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    Matt, it was a pleasure to be introduced to Lucy, thank you.
    Rayyan, fascinating shots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Introducing Lucy, who's lived in the Khutzeymateen since she was a cub. She had two cubs of her own when we photographed her. No classical dance training. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 1600


    2. D3; 200mm f/2; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 1600

    3. D300; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/320s @ f/2.8; ISO 800

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    Matt, you have some heavy armor there; and Lucy seems so sweet.
    Glad they are in a nature reserve and not in a zoo!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Very beautiful desert photos, Rayyan.
    Thank you Jorgen.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, it's like opening a new present viewing your posts! Just takes your breath away!!!
    Steve, I am so glad that the desert appeals to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    my thoughts exactly!

    Now Rayran, I know we are gleefully awaiting an invitation for a guided tour of your favorite part of the kingdom
    Jason, my favorite part is the desert. let me collect a few more from the
    archives.
    Thanks for looking.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Rayyan, fascinating shots...
    Osman, appreciate you stopping by.

    Take care.

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    We, who live in the desert had heard of a land far far away. A beautiful
    land. A land of brave and honorable people. Where nature proclaimed its majesty..and the brave were one with it.


    Where the clouds were the guardians of the brave; travelling, watching and
    keeping an eye over their people..



    Where the sea, mountain and sky would meet to prepare their challenges
    for the people that lived there. To test them; test their courage.


    Where the days and nights would never end and where music was played
    when other mortals slept..


    Where the bravest of the brave stood at the gates of Valhalla and the waves
    rose to welcome the Vikings.

    Thanks for watching.

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    Rayyan, Good Gracious Brotha! Scrumpdillyicious! Now there's a word i haven't used here before! So MMMMMM GOOOOD!

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    Just a few more with the new 24, 1.4... (it's tough posting images after Rayyan)....

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.
    D3, 24, 1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Another glimpse into my world...
    the desert is hot, very very hot, harsh, unforgiving..i lost 2 cams during this trip. one melted the other and its lens became the victim of the sand.
    And beautiful, glorious and never ending at the same time...
    it gets very very cold once the sun sets...
    The sun sets covering us in darkness; i have to pitch my tent, light the
    camp fire; key in the my gps co-ords; charge my sat phone and get my
    vehicle well placed..
    the desert might be different things at different times but always it is
    Majestic.
    Good night.
    Rayyan: These are incredibly beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt....Love Da Bear's!!! Outstanding!!!!
    Steve: Isn't that "love da bulls"! "da bulls". Thanks. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Yes... more bears!!! Wonderful work!
    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Matt, it was a pleasure to be introduced to Lucy, thank you.
    Rayyan, fascinating shots...
    Jason/Osman: Thank you. I feel bad that I haven't used my Nikon recently. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt, you have some heavy armor there; and Lucy seems so sweet.
    Glad they are in a nature reserve and not in a zoo!

    Thanks for sharing.
    rayyan: Thank you. There are only two guides licensed to take people into the Khutzeymateen. Probably about eight to ten people a week during the spring. You fly in by sea plane and stay on sailboats in the inlet. When the grass is higher towards the summer, nobody goes in. The threats to the bears are from the woods (other bears, usually adult males). They're used to seeing the guides and the two zodiacs with photographers. As long as you don't make any fast, unusual, threatening moves, they tolerate you.

    There are no roads into the preserve and it's surrounded by mountains. The boundary is on the ridges. They're not hunted unless they climb out of the inlet. In some areas of BC, the bears are ruthlessly hunted! I'm not "anti-hunting" per se, but, I can't see shooting an animal like a grizzly bear, unless it's with a camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Good Gracious Brotha! Scrumpdillyicious! Now there's a word i haven't used here before! So MMMMMM GOOOOD!
    Rayyan: +1. The fjord shots are beautiful. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Just a few more with the new 24, 1.4... (it's tough posting images after Rayyan)....

    4.
    D3, 24, 1.4
    Steve: These are great. Took it to work and the mall, eh? Boy that lens is sharpalicious! Nice twist to the last one.

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    Rayyan: These are incredibly beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Cheers, Matt

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    Rayyan,
    Great photos from northern Norway. I have to go there some time

    Steve,
    That portrait with the 24 is worth the price of that lens, whatever it costs. Excellent!

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    One just must keep trying...

    1 A touch of HDR [5 images]

    D3X. f11. 24mm I think!

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: These are great. Took it to work and the mall, eh? Boy that lens is sharpalicious! Nice twist to the last one.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Isn't that "love da bulls"! "da bulls". Thanks. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    One just must keep trying...

    1 A touch of HDR [5 images]

    D3X. f11. 24mm I think!

    Enjoy.

    John
    Very Nicely Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Just a few more with the new 24, 1.4... (it's tough posting images after Rayyan)....

    D3, 24, 1.4
    Wow. Steve, you've got a winner... and you obviously know how to use it! Looking forward to much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: These are incredibly beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Cheers, Matt

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    +1. Stunning. Harsh, but very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Introducing Lucy, who's lived in the Khutzeymateen since she was a cub. She had two cubs of her own when we photographed her. No classical dance training. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    More great stuff, Matt. Love the moments you caught.

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    A couple from this morning. Next to the MIT boathouse... in the rain.

    Both with the D3, 300/2.8, ISO 2000:



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    D3x, Sigma 150/ [email protected] 1/200 ISO 320, slightly cropped
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    That portrait with the 24 is worth the price of that lens, whatever it costs. Excellent!
    Thanks Jorgen! Can you please tell my wife that!
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    Wow. Steve, you've got a winner... and you obviously know how to use it! Looking forward to much more.
    Thanks Boston Lloyd!

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    A couple from this morning. Next to the MIT boathouse... in the rain.

    Both with the D3, 300/2.8, ISO 2000:


    Hey, thats my stomping ground! Great shot! First one isn't showing for some reason.

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    Aboudd...Stunning!

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    JohnH: +1. what he said. where is this BTW? Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    More great stuff, Matt. Love the moments you caught.
    Lloyd: Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A couple from this morning. Next to the MIT boathouse... in the rain.
    Both with the D3, 300/2.8, ISO 2000:
    Lloyd: This is a terrific capture. Love the framing, compression and pp. Running just out of step. You should have yelled at them to get squared away!

    I can't see the first image? Have fun in Boston and good luck to your wife. Great city! Watch out for Night Stalker Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    D3x, Sigma 150/ [email protected] 1/200 ISO 320, slightly cropped
    Aboudd: This is beautiful. I love photos like this. I have the older Sigma 180mm macro. I should get it out, now that spring is perhaps here. Cheers, Matt

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