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  2. These are wonderful. I agree the the engine shot is outstanding.
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  4. Thanks Maurice. All three images shot at f6.3. I guess it's a combination of correct focusing, optimum aperture and careful post processing. My favourite is the jet engine, a lot of detail in that shot.
  5. Luc, I am amazed at the depth of detail you get out of your shots .. I mean, look at #2, the struts etc on the ceiling are bang on ! Its not just f64, is it ? (Don't think me stupid, that's a refernce to Ansel Adams' group .. ) A few years ago I thought I should start an f1.4 group in a counter-revolutionary context ! cheers, Maurice
  6. Yesterday I attended the KLM 100 Experience, an event to celebrate the 100th birthday of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. The event was nice, the behind the scenes opportunity was more interesting 😀 All images Nikon Z6 + Nikkor 24-70mm f4 S 1. 2. 3.
  7. If Adobe's servers were any slower they'd be on the brink of stopping time altogether. It beggars belief that they can run a global operation with such terrible online resources. It took about 5 minutes to load the first page of fonts.... and there were only 12 of them to show. 🙄
  8. Yes, downloaded my copy today. It does look very different. I had no idea there were so many free fonts to tap into either, which could be quite useful when I next have to dream up a poster for the local theatre youth group.
  9. For the users of Adobe products via the Creative Cloud, there is an update around. I had lost the Mac taskbar icon for CC so contacted Adobe help via an electronic link to get the Icon reinstalled, Mr Singh facilitated a reload of the CC app and believe me it is radically different look so if you need to update your CC note that this new app will be installed. Very different!
  10. No. 5 is my favourite. Great one point perspective!
  11. Dallas

    Yosemite, revisited

    Iconic mountains made even more famous with the wallpapers found in the Apple OS of the same name. Great compositions here too!
  12. A very special place I visited a while ago. Used to be Ansel Adam's playground.
  13. All good, but I really like the second one.
  14. The backlight was mounted for a long time. All this splendor was done for the Universiade. Now he sings and shimmers to the music. Here he is far away 1. 2. View from the island 3. 4. So it looks if you go on it 5. ... or crawl :))) 6. 7.
  15. Then the top of the frame will change to an unnatural state. And I wanted it to look natural.
  16. A rangefinder camera does not have a mirror.
  17. I suppose this superfluous model was probably in development before they realised their ship was taking on a lot of water and the market had moved to more technically sensible options. I will also never purchase a mirror based digital camera again. Unless it's a rangefinder.
  18. Nikon says its coming flagship model will introduce new technologies to enhance performance and reliability. I wonder what it is gonna be. My D5 seems to be impossible to be improved, except for its weight. Would it be capable of seeing through walls? Or behind people's clothes? lol Anyway, for sure it will not be for me, because for my kind of photography these mirrorless are more than enough. The D5 is my last DSLR.
  19. A really good find, Dallas! This is amazing! Love it!
  20. Very interesting video by Sean Tucker, enhanced by the legal rep from the Association Of Photographers in the UK.
  21. Totally OT but I just had to share this. The skill is mind boggling to me. I can't imagine playing bass lines and lead simultaneously, let alone getting it all note perfect like this fella does.
  22. Need to view big to get the most of it. Perhaps try with a graduated ND filter (but upside down from typical daytime use) to bring out the stars more.
  23. Found a app called "image2icon" quite good, and it's free, also it lets you delete the background! This is the result I got!
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