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    Love two Flower shots

    Seb, I really like that black and white shot of the tulips. Very well composed.
    Mig, your lensbaby shot of the field of flowers just cost me $150.00 because I will be ordering one this week. I had never even heard of this product before you showed me yours at the zoo. Thanks for taking the time to explain it to me. Really nice photo.

    Take Care,
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    Re: Love two Flower shots

    Seb,

    Great shooting! Some wonderful shots you got there!

    Jared

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    Re: Love two Flower shots

    Seb, excellent shots from the Guggenheim. Well done!!
    please do not edit and repost my photos


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    Re: Official NYC Gathering Photos

    I really love your flower shots Seb and the Guggenhein was an excellent opportunity and apparently you made the most of it.
    ~Nina~

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    Re: A few from the Guggenheim....

    Wow......these shots are great. You certainly took advantage of the "opportunities" and these are awesome.

    Liz

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    The striking architecture of this museum leads to several opportunities....

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    Re: NYC Weekend Thread

    Danielle,
    These are great........you have me sold - I'm going to order a lensbaby. This flower image is really GREAT!

    Was this shot in NY or at the zoo?

    Liz

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    Ask and ye shall receive!

    I've been slacking the past few nights on editing, but I'll get around to it (eventually).

    For now:

    1) Megan, (Rick), Seb

    2) Ooh, yeah, that's the spot!

    3) Ya know, I really did take photos of animals other than these monkeys at the zoo (I swear!), but look at this dude's face!

    4) Lensbaby flowers

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    Mig and the dark side

    [QUOTE=joemags]
    Mig, your lensbaby shot of the field of flowers just cost me $150.00 because I will be ordering one this week. /QUOTE]

    Muahahahahahahaha, first a lensbaby, and then... and then....

    -best darth vader imitation-
    Joe, come to the dark side! The Holga awaits you!




    Just geeking out a bit.
    I'll go back to the corner and settle down.

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    Aha

    the photos i was waiting for.

    Good shots. i especially love the black and white one.

    megan

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    A few of mine from the zoo

    Got my prints back today and a few look really nice. These are just quick scans of the prints, so sorry for the crudeness and such. Not a lot of time these days!

    Take Care,
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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    These are really good, Joe. Very sharp, great color - guess it's worth carrying that "baby" 300mm lens around!

    They're all good, but I just love that little brown monkey.

    Please post some more.

    Liz

    Quote Originally Posted by joemags
    Got my prints back today and a few look really nice. These are just quick scans of the prints, so sorry for the crudeness and such. Not a lot of time these days!

    Take Care,
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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    That baby gorilla shot is adorable! These are really great Joe.

    Did a little more tonight:

    1) Tiger expressing his feelings about not getting to see Rick

    2) Polar bear

    3) More lensbaby flowers (and I love that I've started people on their journey to the dark side!! Like Megan said Joe, the black tape is only a few steps away!)
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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    Some from the way home:

    1 - Under one of the bridges in Central Park

    2 - Bridal party getting caught in the rain

    3 - Shoe w/ Sock - Metro North Train
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    Re: A few from the Guggenheim....

    These are freaking awesome Seb. The B&W is gorgeous - love the three figures in the bottom right. Very nice.

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    Re: A few more pics.....

    I think your tigers came out great Liz, and yeah the lighting on the bears wasn't ideal, but you did a great job with it anyway.

    Danielle
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    Re: NYC Weekend Thread

    That's in Central Park - a little garden Megan led us to. You're going to love the lensbaby Liz - sooo much fun to shoot with.

    Danielle
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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    Quote Originally Posted by Mig
    Some from the way home:

    1 - Under one of the bridges in Central Park

    2 - Bridal party getting caught in the rain

    3 - Shoe w/ Sock - Metro North Train
    Good God! You didn't loose your time on your way home!
    I especially like the first picture of this short series (you catched the "moment" and the tonalities are great) but the three hold my attention.

    Street photography, that's something I should try to work.

    regards

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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    Thanks Mig, Megan, Liz, Joe, Gary, Nina, Jared for your positive feedback!!

    I might have some more to post but I won't do any post processing right now. I badly need sleep!! I might have some more picture to display here within a day or two.

    Seb

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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    Wow.......nice trip home. Typical NY! if I must say so. ;)

    I like all of them - they each tell a story and leave a mystery - and some fun. That's what I love about street photography. It's about all I do now. I don't have a lot of photography time, and it gives me the most fun, especially in NY.

    I'm going to NY tomorrow to see what I can find for Fleet Week.

    Great job, Danielle.......

    Liz

    Quote Originally Posted by Mig
    Some from the way home:

    1 - Under one of the bridges in Central Park

    2 - Bridal party getting caught in the rain

    3 - Shoe w/ Sock - Metro North Train

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    Re: Official NYC Gathering photos

    Hey Seb, Joe, Liz, Megan & Danielle

    Looks like you guys had a really great time. I am so sorry I had to bail on my own photogathering! I will hold a doozy in the southwest to make up for it, promise! I'm also glad to see a few PR members coming together and meeting for the first time!

    On the homefront here it turns out that Saturday was the worst of my cold, which turned out to be a sinus infection, so I'm glad I didn't try to drive. Not pneumonia, LOL Glad I was there in spirit and in print! Thanks Megs! Looking forward to more pictures! You guys ROCK!!

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    Just for you Rick!

    Rick,
    We did have a good time. And if it weren't for you setting it up, we wouldn't have been there. However, we did miss you.....a lot.

    The Odd Couple - these two "friends" were playing tag for quite a while, chasing each other around. It was really cute.

    Liz
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    Re: A few of mine from the zoo

    Oooh, the bridal party shot is just classic!

    REALLY love the tulips with the lensbaby.
    I might have to get me one and start shooting 35mm again. Then again, I could just get a digita.....


    NNNNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!


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    another one from the Guggenheim

    ...............
    Last edited by Seb; 04-08-2010 at 10:47 PM.

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    Re: another one from the Guggenheim

    Great image Seb. You got the eye!!
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    Central Park no1

    OldTimer: Thanks for watching and congrats for your new status of grand father!!

    Rick: You were nice on print lol! I wish I had the opportunity to meet you in person. Maybe at the next gathering...

    Here is one from Central Park. I guess it would have been better with someone in the frame but it still works for me.

    Seb
    Last edited by Seb; 04-08-2010 at 10:47 PM.

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    Some more Central Park

    It's tulips time!
    Last edited by Seb; 04-08-2010 at 10:47 PM.

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