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    PM the link to me, I've looked at the Vogue Italy website, and some of the photography is world class, the rest is just superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haiku View Post
    PM the link to me, I've looked at the Vogue Italy website, and some of the photography is world class, the rest is just superb.
    Done! Though I warn you that my photography is not world class. It's just ok, compared to what I've seen there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pelicano View Post
    Done! Though I warn you that my photography is not world class. It's just ok, compared to what I've seen there.

    Well my friend, I disagree, your work is more than just OK, it's top notch.

    Alas, although your portolio is full of beautiful women, I regret to have to point out that I didn't see even one photograph of a razor. One cannot have everything I suppose.

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    Speaking of beautfiful women, there aren't any in this shot I got in Shanghai yesterday. Getting a bit brave now!
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    I shot this last week during a 4-day trip down the Rogue River in southern Oregon. I didn't bring a tripod, so I stabilized myself against a raft seat on top of some dryboxes and let the VR lens sort out the rest.


    Twilight on the Rogue by Z T Jackson, on Flickr
    -Zach

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleApex View Post
    I shot this last week during a 4-day trip down the Rogue River in southern Oregon. I didn't bring a tripod, so I stabilized myself against a raft seat on top of some dryboxes and let the VR lens sort out the rest.


    Twilight on the Rogue by Z T Jackson, on Flickr
    This picture is gorgeous... I want to travel there

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    Great light!
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    Sky is too white.

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    Took this one in Suwon a a week ago.


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    Alright guys,

    You are all very impressive in your art and I am not going to pretend that I am a photographer. Hell, I don't even have a camera! But the other day I spent about an hour sneaking up on this weird looking little bird to take a picture of him with my cell phone. I think the picture came out great but that is probably mostly because I was so proud that I snuck up and got within a few feet of the dumb thing! Anyone know what kind of bird it is?
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    A few I took yesterday while out with my wife and some friends with their baby. All were shot on a D5100 w/35mm at f/7

    My Wife


    The Baby


    Mother and Child
    Trahit sua quemque voluptas - Virgil
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    From last Friday's shoot.
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    ^^^
    Good image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenG View Post


    One of my VanDyke prints.
    I just scored an alternative process solo show.
    Got to wait a year before the gallery space is open though.
    Last edited by AllenG; 07-17-2012 at 02:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenG View Post
    I just scored an alternative process solo show.
    Got to wait a year before the gallery space is open though.
    Congratulations! Well deserved. Your work is an inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haiku View Post
    Congratulations! Well deserved. Your work is an inspiration.
    That's very kind of you to say. Thank you.

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    Congrats Allen!!!!!!!

    Here's one I reworked from a trip to Austin last year. Front of the Capitol looking up.

    -in search for the rare element Illudium Phosdex, the shaving cream atom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrv216 View Post
    Alright guys,

    You are all very impressive in your art and I am not going to pretend that I am a photographer. Hell, I don't even have a camera! But the other day I spent about an hour sneaking up on this weird looking little bird to take a picture of him with my cell phone. I think the picture came out great but that is probably mostly because I was so proud that I snuck up and got within a few feet of the dumb thing! Anyone know what kind of bird it is?
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    Nice photo (and stalking!). Maybe a Connecticut Warbler? Just a guess though.
    Regards,
    Roger

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    I took a street photography class today in Washington, D.C. I think I got a few keepers...







    Trahit sua quemque voluptas - Virgil
    He saw a lawyer killing a viper on a dunghill hard by his own stable; And the Devil smiled, for it put him in mind of Cain and his brother Abel.
    -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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