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    Sports Illustrated Cover Worthy!!!
    Lloyd: +1. Awesome! Coveted spot. You must have strong elbows. Or, the others were probably worn out by hauling around their 500mm's.

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    Lloyd: +1. Awesome! Coveted spot. You must have strong elbows. Or, the others were probably worn out by hauling around their 500mm's.

    Cheers, Matt
    LOL. Actually, it's pretty friendly for the most part. When it came right down to the winners finishing, there was a little jostling, but not bad.

    As for glass, the 70-200 seemed to be the lens of choice, one Japanese guy was using a 300/2.8, and there was a Reuters shooter on a ladder right behind me with a 400 on one body and the 70-200 on the other, but where the "Media Line" is located, the big glass is too much. Those are generally up on the photo bridge, just above me, and mainly come out for the trophy presentation, which is a little farther away from us.

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    The Boston Marathon Women's Finish. After 26.2 miles, it came down to a two-second margin of victory.

    D3, 70-200/2.8 VRII:
    Lloyd: Another great shot. Is that unusually close? It'd be frustrating to run for 8,773 seconds and be behind by 2 seconds!

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    LOL. Actually, it's pretty friendly for the most part. When it came right down to the winners finishing, there was a little jostling, but not bad.

    As for glass, the 70-200 seemed to be the lens of choice, one Japanese guy was using a 300/2.8, and there was a Reuters shooter on a ladder right behind me with a 400 on one body and the 70-200 on the other, but where the "Media Line" is located, the big glass is too much. Those are generally up on the photo bridge, just above me, and mainly come out for the trophy presentation, which is a little farther away from us.
    Lloyd: Good work. Must of been fun Cheers, Matt

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    When we left for Boston, we'd had 8 inches of snow in our yard over the prior two days. Found this when we got there... it was nice to see some Spring at last!

    D3, 300/2.8:
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    Lloyd: Good work. Must of been fun Cheers, Matt
    Thanks Matt. It was a blast. I honestly didn't know before we arrived that I'd be able to get the credentials for the level of access I had, so I was pinching myself all day, just to be sure it was real! Believe me, if I hadn't had the right credentials hanging around my neck, I would not have been there. It's probably easier to sneak into the White House!

    I'll post some "behind the scenes stuff" later.

    As for the finish, this was the third closest women's finish ever. Last year's was the closest.

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    When we left for Boston, we'd had 8 inches of snow in our yard over the prior two days. Found this when we got there... it was nice to see some Spring at last!

    D3, 300/2.8:
    Whew!!!! Gorgeous!

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    D3, 200VR

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    D3, 200VR
    Awesome shot Steve. Love the treatment. Looks like a vintage print. Very kewl. You are definitely rockin' that 200/2, bro.

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    Thanks Matt. It was a blast. I honestly didn't know before we arrived that I'd be able to get the credentials for the level of access I had, so I was pinching myself all day, just to be sure it was real! Believe me, if I hadn't had the right credentials hanging around my neck, I would not have been there. It's probably easier to sneak into the White House!

    I'll post some "behind the scenes stuff" later.

    As for the finish, this was the third closest women's finish ever. Last year's was the closest.
    Lloyd: Congratulations! Right there in the front row. Very cool. Looking forward to more photos. 8" of snow! Although, i think we had our first day of spring last Sunday. Nice blossoms.

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    I haven't been so active here lately. Too many things happening, and then there's this Panasonic camera that I try to figure out. However, my D80 has returned from the dead, so here's a shot that I took on the way back from the camera shop.

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 38mm and f/8.0



    The demonstrations took a very nasty turn last night, with grenades shot into a crowd who demonstrated against the demonstrations under one of the sky-train stations. Up to three deads and almost a 100 hurt. The photo is taken from the location where the grenades was supposedly fired from, but the day before.

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    A splendid photojournalistic capture, Jorgen Take care.

    /Steen

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    Awesome shot Steve. Love the treatment. Looks like a vintage print. Very kewl. You are definitely rockin' that 200/2, bro.
    Thanks Lloyd...Now More Marathon Please.....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I haven't been so active here lately. Too many things happening, and then there's this Panasonic camera that I try to figure out. However, my D80 has returned from the dead, so here's a shot that I took on the way back from the camera shop.

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 38mm and f/8.0



    The demonstrations took a very nasty turn last night, with grenades shot into a crowd who demonstrated against the demonstrations under one of the sky-train stations. Up to three deads and almost a 100 hurt. The photo is taken from the location where the grenades was supposedly fired from, but the day before.
    Very Powerful! Be Careful Jorgen!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Sports Illustrated Cover Worthy!!!

    Lloyd: +1 and much more.

    Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I haven't been so active here lately. Too many things happening, and then there's this Panasonic camera that I try to figure out. However, my D80 has returned from the dead, so here's a shot that I took on the way back from the camera shop.

    D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 38mm and f/8.0



    The demonstrations took a very nasty turn last night, with grenades shot into a crowd who demonstrated against the demonstrations under one of the sky-train stations. Up to three deads and almost a 100 hurt. The photo is taken from the location where the grenades was supposedly fired from, but the day before.
    Jorgen, photojournalism at its best. But please do not take unnecessary
    risks.

    Best wishes.

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    D3, 200VR
    Magnificent. Masterly work.

    Thanks for sharing this superlative work.

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    When we left for Boston, we'd had 8 inches of snow in our yard over the prior two days. Found this when we got there... it was nice to see some Spring at last!

    D3, 300/2.8:
    Lloyd.. delicate and superb.

    Best.

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    Lloyd, the finish line shot's awesome. God thing you got the credentials
    Also, nice blossoms...at last!


    Steve, was not aware until now that that lens was compatible with quarter plate daguerreotype equipment. Those NASA friends of yours are quite an asset.




    Excellent PJ work Jorgen, again.
    And yes, again... proceed with extreme caution.

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    Magnificent. Masterly work.

    Thanks for sharing this superlative work.
    Greatly Appreciated Rayyan!

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    Steve, was not aware until now that that lens was compatible with quarter plate daguerreotype equipment. Those NASA friends of yours are quite an asset.




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    Awesome shot Steve. Love the treatment. Looks like a vintage print. Very kewl. You are definitely rockin' that 200/2, bro.
    Steve: Missed this one. +1. What he said. Cheers, Matt

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    Steve: Missed this one. +1. What he said. Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt!

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    A splendid photojournalistic capture, Jorgen Take care.

    /Steen
    Jorgen: +1. They look a little more serious then in your earlier photos. Do take care. Cheers, Matt.

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    Birches along the Skagit River. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Birches along the Skagit River. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Wow. This is awesome, Matt!

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    Wow. This is awesome, Matt!
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    Wow. This is awesome, Matt!
    +1 Squared Twice! Matt, Heavy Artillery With Explosive Results! (Boy Was That A Corny Statement..But True!)

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    +1 Squared Twice! Matt, Heavy Artillery With Explosive Results! (Boy Was That A Corny Statement..But True!)
    What he said x2.

    Regards.

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    From the museums of Spain..


    Thanks for looking.

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    From the museums of Spain..

    Thanks for looking.
    Brilliant. The light and composition are magic.

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    For all admirers of those Fuji skin tones. Strictly for scientific purposes of course

    S5 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 @ f/5.0


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    For all admirers of those Fuji skin tones. Strictly for scientific purposes of course

    S5 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 @ f/5.0
    No butts about it, that's impressive skin tone.

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    No butts about it, that's impressive skin tone.
    Jorgen: no butts or ifs for me. crux of the matter or should I say the meat of
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    Brilliant. The light and composition are magic.
    Rayyan: +1, what Lloyd said. Very elegant. Leads the eye in and makes you look closely. Well done. Cheers, Matt

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    No butts about it, that's impressive skin tone.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jorgen: no butts or ifs for me. crux of the matter or should I say the meat of
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    Jorgen: They've said it! Make a good ad. Cheers, Matt.

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    Rayyan: +1, what Lloyd said. Very elegant. Leads the eye in and makes you look closely. Well done. Cheers, Matt

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    Lloyd, Matt: I appreciate you guys taking the time to provide me with
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    Haven't had a chance to catch up on posts, but I will soon.

    D3, 70-200, 1/60th f 2.8



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    Brilliant. The light and composition are magic.
    Touche!

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    For all admirers of those Fuji skin tones. Strictly for scientific purposes of course

    S5 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 @ f/5.0

    Jorgen...Aint "Science" Wonderful!

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    Haven't had a chance to catch up on posts, but I will soon.

    D3, 70-200, 1/60th f 2.8



    That's right, it says D3 70-200. My trusty D700 now has a big brother!

    So we're off to shoot an Indian Wedding w/ 900 guests. Yeah.. 900! Gonna be a long night!!!
    Beautiful shot Jason! Congrats on the new rig! Thats my 1-2 punch also!

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    Haven't had a chance to catch up on posts, but I will soon.

    D3, 70-200, 1/60th f 2.8



    That's right, it says D3 70-200. My trusty D700 now has a big brother!

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    Then I suddenly remembered...

    D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0


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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3; 200-400mm f/4; 400mm; 1/25s @ f/6.3; ISO 800


    2. D3; 200-400mm f/4; 200mm; 0.4s @ f/32; ISO 800


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    Then I suddenly remembered...
    D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0
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    Thanks Matt.

    Those last two are beautiful. I'm a little bit disturbed about the alignment of the first one though. It may be level, but the verticals make it look tilted.

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    Thanks Matt.

    Those last two are beautiful. I'm a little bit disturbed about the alignment of the first one though. It may be level, but the verticals make it look tilted.
    Jorgen: Thanks. I'll have to look at the original of that one. It does look slightly high on the left? Thanks for pointing it out. Cheers, Matt.

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    Haven't had a chance to catch up on posts, but I will soon.

    D3, 70-200, 1/60th f 2.8



    That's right, it says D3 70-200. My trusty D700 now has a big brother!

    So we're off to shoot an Indian Wedding w/ 900 guests. Yeah.. 900! Gonna be a long night!!!
    That's a nice one Jason. Congratulations on the new rig. How did the
    wedding go?

    Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Then I suddenly remembered...

    D80 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4.0

    Jorgen: Nice moment. maybe he didn't want to be seen with her

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