Dang guys and gals - I don't feel worthy to post something today.... Amazing photos!
Ditto... but, I am going with this one, called, "Race Fans"
where there’s smoke there’s forum fire
Rifqi, looking forward to a new set of great makros from you.
A bridge in Salzburg, Austria.
Here is an impression from the weekend - one of my sons surfing down the beach front (boogey-boarding). What I like: Although it is fast shutter speed one can anticipate the movement by the wave(s). Didn't like the shadow in his face, but fill-flash wasn't an option over the distance.
macro is all new to me and on the learning curve I have taken dozens of shots and this is really the only shot that is half way decent. I have a lot to learn on macro. I do have a 105 mm prime that should arrive on Monday. Not sure if part of my problem is the use of the zoom rather than working with my body to get the right position.
No, I'm not saying that there was a technical problem with the shot, my question was asked because I have similar problems with my own shots. When shooting something with deep, intense colors such as deep red or pink flowers, there appears to be blotches of white similar to your shot where there appears to have been overexposure but there shouldn't have.
Maybe this question should be directed in another thread.
The grass was still covered in rain drops from the evening.
Causing the bokeh to really pop as the Sun lit it up in the morning.
Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 VR at f/6.3 | ISO 320
Watercolour painting... passed under this last night going home...
Nikon D300S, Nikkor 16-85mm @26mm, ISO 200, 1/400s, f/11, two photos merged in Elements 10.
sharp in the wrong places. hand-held because I couldn't get close enough with a tripod (nest hanging from gutter approx 8ft (2.5m) high).
D7000 w/ micro105 @ f/11, 1/125, iso360.
Just got back from a 10 day trip to Alaska. This was a fantastic place to exercise the camera shutter.
To everyone, Great pictures, to much to give comment to everyone. The one whick I found very special was Postman picture.
I believe June will exceed May ;-)
Edit. Posting comments afterwards
@mcammer, Great catch. What is wrong with the focus?
@Postman! Holy crap what a nice color portrait!
@framer, Great catch and very nice detail, what lens did you use?
@Regulator75, very nice bokeh indeed
@Juergen, where are the bikes? ;-)
@Rifqi, what a nice macro :)
Long time no see Nathen....how have you bee my friend...... Man the PAD is really turning into a stellar showcase!
I have to agree with shutterdancer, the PAD is quite a showcase! All of the posts deserve comments but there are so many.... Great shots all!
Here is my share for today.... This one makes me smile everytime I see it.
18 mm (Nikkor 18-200mm)
3 shots taken at 10mm stitched in PS. This is the Tasman Glacier, NZ's largest glacier and to the left is Aoraki Mount Cook, it's tallest mountain.
Taken in the middle of the day without a cloud in the sky but despite that, I like how this came out.
Thanks NSX and Pickerel!
Great shots to all.
D7000 N18-105mm VR @ 40m f/5.6 1/160 ISO 400
One of the largest parties I have ever been to--Queen's Day, in Amsterdam. A day that everyone gets off work, wears bright orange, and parties in the streets. Or in this case, canals. You can barely make out that this is canal, the boats are crammed in so tightly. People were just jumping from boat to boat.
@Derry I guess you were trying to upload a photo. if you upload to Flickr, a full size image 2000-3000 px, and then post the 800px HTML from Flickr, on NRF, then we can access your image at full size.
A shot from today - got the motion blur working correctly :)
D7000 with Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G @ f/1.8, 1/40, ISO 100
ND 1.2 and ND 0.6 filters
edited in Lightroom
Thanks Rifqi nice macro shot by the way love the eyes!! :)
As caller George Marshall would say (and does say at every pre-dance newbie lesson), "contra dancing is an eye contact sport" - this gal has the eye contact thing figured out
D7000 - AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G - f/2 - ISO 1000 - 1/320sec
I love that one postman, beautiful colors and mood.
D700, Nikkor 14-24mm F2.8 & 24mm, f/4.0 1/125s ISO 640
Sculpture by Pierre Marie Dupras, a former Quebec history teacher.
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