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Rinie, don't be such a stranger. Bummer on the computer difficulties though, glad it's getting sorted out. Don't take too long to be back though, or you'll be another 50+ pages behind...
And love these two photos!
Rinie Hoff wrote:
Ohhh, I'm 50 plus pages behind...... Thanks for posting so many, guys ;-)
I finally had a chance to transfer data yesterday. It gave me quite some problems, as I was not able to transfer it from a time machine back up, because of switching Macs. It sucked, and all because I had two partitions on my old macbook.
Well, my photo's are back and Leighton urged me to upload at least one that he saw on my Facebook page. OK, here we go.Taken during ,y stroll through Leiden with a friend.
I'll be back later...
Lieutenant Z wrote:
Place de la Carrière, Nancy, with 50 1.8 ais :
I do love how the builders used colors on the high rises, rather than just plain old concrete monsters.
Thanks Monty, Mark and Ray (Ohio) for the words.
This additional menacing clouds capture (again a not overdone HDR) is for Monty:
D7000 + 135mm f/2 AI-S (manual focus) + tripod + remote trigger.
ISO 100, f/8 at 1/50s (0EV shot).
3 shots (-2EV, 0EV, +2EV).
I'm actually thinking of finding the ugliest dolls I can and posing them, then sending it to the kids and telling them that's the family photo I'll be printing large...
Thank you for the comments, and suggestions, I appreciate them very much! I actually do have 20 ft long sync cord for off camera flash, but then things got to messy, so I bought this device that attaches to the flash and allows the pop up flash to set the flash off! I do some off camera flash, I used to have some strobes, alienbee 300, and one Elinchrom 600RX with a beauty dish, and Rotalux Recta 35.5'' X 43'' (90 X 110) sofbox, however, i was carried away, sold them, and bought my current sysytem! I have not...Show more →
Beautiful set, Matt.
Matt OHarver wrote:
I had the morning off and with all that happened yesterday in CT. and overnight here(local Sheriff officer ambushed and killed in the line of duty) I took a much needed walk with Brandon to clear my head and spend some time with him. I took the 85MM and the 35MM and the D3s
Scott, nice set there
Finally got some time to take a walk with the (new to me) 50-135 3.5. The images are nothing special but I like the how the lens produces contrasty and colorful images wide open. Here are a few snaps. Thanks for looking.
Rafael, you should post these over at MA2A as well.
Samy, I have a modded TC16A, works well with my 180mm, 50-300ED and 400mm EDIF, you have to close the lens to F8 to get good edges, so it is a sunny daylight affair. The focus range is useful and all focus modes work with it. It does not work very well with the 300mm 4.5 EDIF, works well with shorter lenses. Works with D800, D200, D3.
This is with the 50-300mm and TC16A.
D-DAY DOLL by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Executive Sweet by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Cute kid pics, Chuong!
Peter, nice sunset image.
Reagan, great to see you're active again.
Scott, I also like the 50-135mm. I think I got it at the same time you got yours. Nice set.
Beautiful soft light Tim.
Here's one shot with the PC-E 45mm lens.