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07-27-2007 06:07 PM  11 years agoPost 4941
jeffscholl

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Whitefish, MT

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I love the 105 lens compression!
Definately taken in by the first image you posted.

I can only imagine 1700 skippers yelling "Starboard" ;-)

Canoe and a sunset:

Cheers,
Jeff

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07-27-2007 08:36 PM  11 years agoPost 4942
phover

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Joliette, QC, Canada

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Hogster: I use port 81 (instead of standard web port 80) on my web server... maybe that's the reason why you don't see the pics

Tony and Jeff, thanks!

High Spy : totally awesome picture!!! I really like it!

Hey guys, there is no "photo contest" on RR. Could it be a good idea to start one? With the high level of photography we find here, could be nice to compete together (for fun for sure) At the same time, that give us a goal to shoot image on specific subject in a given timeframe. Yes... no?

Cheers,

Martin
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07-28-2007 04:10 AM  11 years agoPost 4943
Beauregard

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Definitely a YES..

Good idea..

Cedar

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07-28-2007 04:41 AM  11 years agoPost 4944
Beauregard

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Jeff awesome lake series.. Is how did you line up the reflection with the canoe.. Adeles work??

Cedar

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07-29-2007 12:30 AM  11 years agoPost 4945
jeffscholl

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Hi Cedar,

Adele is in the canoe ;-)

Lining up is a bit of a chore while trying not to fly into the sun.
Shoot a ton of gigage is my rule...

Cheers,
Jeff

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07-29-2007 04:24 AM  11 years agoPost 4946
BigguyOz

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I can picture the scene...

"Honey, go left, more, more, no, go right, more, more"

"No I CAN'T paddle the canoe!"

"That will do just fine"

Tony Stott

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07-29-2007 07:00 AM  11 years agoPost 4947
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7 million dollar home we shot on Saturday. got there at 2:30pm and literally right as we get out of the truck it starts to sprinkle. we had to wait 3 hours for the rain to subside enough to get the heli up there to take the shots. it was VERY overcast and i didn't think the pics were gonna turn out as well as they did because of how dark it was. hooray for diffused lighting!

the company who installed the pool hired us to take pictures of the installation for a contest they are entering. so most of our pics are from various heights and angles above the pool. i like this shot because it shows the amazing house as well.

these are just quickly modified JPG preview pics - not the finished RAW-TIF files. i sent it to him just to give him an idea before i start working on the actual files. oh - and i haven't cleaned up the center area between the columns yet.

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07-29-2007 09:34 PM  11 years agoPost 4948
Professorwiz

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Soundwave - That is an excellent pic.. wow what a house.
I think the rain did you a favor, I love the way the concrete looks!

Russ

Go that way really fast.. If something gets in your way.. TURN

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07-30-2007 01:57 AM  11 years agoPost 4949
tech1

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Mississauga

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I would say it was worth the wait.

Great picture.
Greater house.

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07-30-2007 12:19 PM  11 years agoPost 4950
Torsten

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nice picture, but for 7 milion $ one should be able to build something better looking than that. well good taste does not automaitcally come with wealth.

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07-30-2007 01:12 PM  11 years agoPost 4951
Top End

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I notice a lot of the houses in the back groud have high pitch roofs I do not the country of were you are, Why is this so the pitchs that is.

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07-30-2007 06:22 PM  11 years agoPost 4952
aambrose

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Pana, IL

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Nice work Soundwave.

Hot, hazy, and humid weekend. Ugh!


Tony

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07-30-2007 10:49 PM  11 years agoPost 4953
jeffscholl

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Whitefish, MT

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Follow up shot after the digital tech did her magic.

Peanut gallery in the boat:

Cheers,
Jeff

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07-30-2007 11:59 PM  11 years agoPost 4954
Highviz

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Newbury, Berks, UK

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Recent floods are receding - at least there is dry land to take off from now

Malcolm

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07-31-2007 04:47 AM  11 years agoPost 4955
Beauregard

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Steamboat Springs Co.

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Digital tech lady is good.. Everyone should have one..

Cedar

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08-02-2007 07:49 PM  11 years agoPost 4956
jeffscholl

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Whitefish, MT

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"Digital tech lady is good.. Everyone should have one.."
She does fine work. Plus her boyfriend teaches Lightshop/CS3 for a living so she knows all the latest and greatest techniques.

Forest fires make for some warm sunsets:

Smoke em' if you got em'...

Cheers,
Jeff

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08-05-2007 07:08 AM  11 years agoPost 4957
kiwidave1

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Seattle, WA

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Not at the level of most of the photos that are posted here (always hard to follow Jeff ) but the images are slowly getting better as my experience level increases. Seattle and South Seattle late afternoon from Pigeon Point.

Cheers!

David

Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

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08-06-2007 01:02 AM  11 years agoPost 4958
Highviz

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A bit late in the day, but grabbed a couple of shots of this crop circle before the combine harvesters take it.

Malcolm

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08-06-2007 04:59 AM  11 years agoPost 4959
Soundwave

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see - now THAT'S cool

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08-06-2007 05:08 AM  11 years agoPost 4960
dreslism

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Rochester Hills, MI

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I have always liked this thread.

Great shots everyone.

Panos: Sleeping Bear Dunes; Mission Peninsula

Spent the past few days bumming around northern Michigan in the Traverse City area.

On the first day, we stopped by the Sleeping Bear Dunes, it was 95 degrees that day and it was a killer climbing the dunes.

Here is a pano of the sleeping bear dunes, I flew from a park across the street, and in it is a link to a pano I shot hand held after climbing up the dunes. In the panos, you can also see Glen Lake in them.

It opens looking due West, if you look to the North, you can see Lake Michigan.

http://www.greatlakesap.com/recent/...unesAerial.html

The next day I got up and took a drive up Mission Peninsula which splits east and west bay of Grand Traverse Bay. I wanted to shoot a pano from the Peninsula and be up high enough to shoot both east and west bay. This pano also opens looking due west.

http://www.greatlakesap.com/recent/...issionPano.html

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