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Curtis, love the Mission San Rafael image: great framing, a very smart lens-selection and a processing that suits my fancy pretty well Grain is good, grain is good, grain is good. The sail-boat-shot is very nice too.
Chin, that's really great work with the 45 PC-E, thanks for sharing these very inspiring shots. I hope you don't mind if I borrow your term "Vertorama" ;-)
Chuong, congrats to your new 25-50/4! The double-portrait is very nicely taken.
Dylan, love the punchy contrasts on the car-wash-shot. It fits the busy scenery perfectly.
Buddy, nice work with the 50/2 in rural Germany!
Ronny, fabulous work with the 135/2 on tubes again!
Dean, the "Two sides of Hong Kong" are a wonderful juxtaposition. Your B&W-processing on #1 is first rate, it really shows the atmosphere.
Scott, the well-greased gear is a nice find. You have a great eye for photogenic details. Love the diagonal framing. Maybe a polarizer would have made the image more "snappy", just a thought.
Bert, very nice set with the tubed 200/4! My fav is #1 for its framing and very smooth background.
John, "Set Free #2" is a jewel. This is the kind of pictures that call for a very large print.
Ray, the framing of your shot with the 50/1.4 works great for me. The clouds are nice in this shot - a clear blue sky would have been a bit "boring".
Samy, lotsa nice shots on the last pages! The blue flower is wonderfully captured.
Jared, the Datsun is a photogenic car. The triple S stands for sports, sports, sports or did I err ? ;-)
Jose, very nice plant-details with the 400/5.6!
Larry, the agave leaf is wonderfully captured. Love these kin of detail-shots, and this is a really beautiful example.
Jeff, your agave-shot is great as well. Love the framing.
Rafael, I'm glad to see that your friends had some fun in front of your camera, hope to see Stefan acting in a movie or series soon (but without wearing earplugs ).
Mark, I hope to see some more 85/1.8-shoots soon.
Thanks for the kind words on my recently posted shots!