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Stokesey
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 744
Country: United Kingdom

Nice winter wheat Jay

Love the archways Ray they just extend on forever !!

And Ronny .... You did it again .... made me feel completely inadequate ....... but I do love your work with that 135mm and the 180mm

Steve



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3347
Country: Germany

Scott, Ray and James - thanks for your kind words on the apples-shot!
Jay, thanks! I just love to use the tilt-feature of the 45 PC-E to create something unreal ;-) Have to add "Visual puzzle" to my vocabulary...



Stokesey
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 744
Country: United Kingdom

Just one tonight

The many facades of Manchester ...

180mm f2.8

ISO200 @ 1/250th

Steve



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3347
Country: Germany

Steve, I love the "compressed view" on the shot above.



HCE HCE
Registered: Apr 15, 2012
Total Posts: 462
Country: United States

Stokesey wrote:
Just one tonight

The many facades of Manchester ...

180mm f2.8

ISO200 @ 1/250th

Steve

That's a nice glimpse of the clock through those buildings, reminds me of Baltimore
There's nothing like that around here! I did several ^+s to blow it up and enjoy the detail.
-Jay-



Stokesey
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 744
Country: United Kingdom

Curtis. Looks like I missed your post.

That monochrome view through the trees is fabulous.

Such tonal grades and clarity. Gorgeous.

Thanks for sharing your vision!!!

Steve



Stokesey
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 744
Country: United Kingdom

Georg. Your apples look good enough to eat.

Really sharp shot. I love it

Steve

Ps thanx for the comments



Stokesey
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 744
Country: United Kingdom

Cheers Jay

And there is plenty of detail in the original file.

There's me thinking it looked Germanic

I suppose we all have places that look like somewhere else

Thanks

Steve



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3347
Country: Germany

One early fall-shot from today, a view from the outside of the mediaeval town-wall onto an old abbey:

D3s, Ais 50/1.2 at f/2



Zichar
Registered: May 13, 2009
Total Posts: 3510
Country: Singapore

Back to film work, the Ultramax 400, FE2 and 35/2 AI
We were just in there visiting the ornately decorated Khoo Kongsi/clanhouse
Surprised to see another angle of it peering from a side alley



the chairman says by Zichar, on Flickr


Zichar
Registered: May 13, 2009
Total Posts: 3510
Country: Singapore

Stop the order Kevin, the XE-2's announced?



the solitaire
Registered: Jun 22, 2013
Total Posts: 755
Country: Germany

@Curtis, your thread has almost two and a half million views. I think that should make up for missing the 66 666th post



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3347
Country: Germany

Chin, love the colorful framing of the clanhouse!

A quick shot from this morning - signs of autumn-weather: broken umbrellas can be found in many trashcans.

overprocessed, maybe I re-do this one - D3s, 45 PC-E



Zichar
Registered: May 13, 2009
Total Posts: 3510
Country: Singapore

The clansmen need their telly too



it's 3am by Zichar, on Flickr


Ronny _Olsson
Registered: Jun 24, 2012
Total Posts: 2366
Country: Sweden

Thank's guys
Great shot Georg ,steve and Chin



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4259
Country: United States

georgms wrote:
One early fall-shot from today, a view from the outside of the mediaeval town-wall onto an old abbey:


Georg, nice framing in this one. Looks like the abbey has some boarded up windows. Too bad as it is a nice old building.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4259
Country: United States

Zichar wrote:
Back to film work, the Ultramax 400, FE2 and 35/2 AI
We were just in there visiting the ornately decorated Khoo Kongsi/clanhouse
Surprised to see another angle of it peering from a side alley



Chin, I like this one for its varied elements. Interesting composition with the different materials, shapes, and finishes. The barbed wire adds an interesting twist to the scene.



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3347
Country: Germany

Ronny and Scott - thanks for your comments!

Here's another one from today, shot about an hour or so later, had a clear blue sky this time:

church-spire and spring house - Nikon D3s, PC 85/2.8D
full shift up (cropped the lower 1/4 away) and a modest amount of swing or tilt to stretch the DoF between both spires



saph
Registered: Jun 10, 2012
Total Posts: 2294
Country: United States

Thanks folks for the comments on the Baltimore/Walter Arts museum images.

Jay, enjoyable wheat photo. Makes me think of bread and dinner, and it is going to be dinner time soon

Ronny, superb captures of the dragonflies on the green arches! Especially the last one, it seems ready to leap off right at your lens!

Steve, very pleasant clock and Manchester architecture!

Chin, I like the "Chairman says", looking through that red metal gateway.

Georg, I like what you did with the church spire and the 85 PC lens, using shift and tilt at the same time.

This thread is really slowing down, not just Curtis, but there's others that seem to be on hiatus.



MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
Total Posts: 5018
Country: United States

Steve I find the angles in your clock photo so very interesting. Excellent composure!
Georg I can't believe how sharp F2 is on your lens. Very nice colors as well.
Chin very nice framing and you just have to love that door in the second photo wow!



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