perfectly timed & rendered
she certainly gave you a look & you caught it
the reflected frame was a gamble, but paid great dividends
beautifully rendered & composed
this was all the more compelling knowing it was photographed in northern Lebanon
hope your Easter fulfills the promise made so long ago
Very surprised with some of the results, but for sure I agree with the top places.
Congratulations to the winners.
I agree about the top photographs
very encouraging to see...
Leica & Leitz have long had a reputation for ethical business practice
this seems to continue today & doubtless responsible for much of the premium exacted by Leica for their products
good to see...
this one is getting much greater participation than our old forum based challenges
still the more the merrier (and hopefully it will lesson the impact of cheating, which has been a much discussed...
from either of these digital Ms
the MM does limit, though it has some advantages, I think after seeing your work, you should not consider it
I love the sensor Kodak built for the M9/MM/ME
Pieter Mooij wrote:
Yesterday i take a photograph from the tulipfields in The Netherlands
looks like the Lowlands are having a glorious spring
you have many fine landscapes in this Flickr gallery,...
meagre offerings wrote:
Lastly: It's a discussion forum. Everybody can voice if they like somebody's contributions or not.
obviously not these days eric.
but I found it...
the remains of its glorious past
I drove by this regularly on my commute to work (and play) in Philly where I grew up
you have done an outstanding job with these hulks, all the more so for using...
I don't think you should speak for all of us.
I would hope not ...this is a discourse forum
First: It's not "our" forum. It belongs to DPR, end of story.
nope this forum is...
Placed 22nd in the challenge.
one of the joys of a Texas spring, well photographed
sweet color & composition
where was this taken?
but this was a memorable photograph
taken from an above POV which I rarely like, but Gianluca pulled this off
as I recall she was an elegantly earthy woman and did look inviting
I hope our friend...
David Kieltyka wrote:
I assume you're refering to the pre-ASPH 21/2.8. I bought a copy of this lens for my dad c. 1990 and more recently have used it myself with very good results on various...
in the grand tradition & beautifully done
exquisite composition & technically perfect
I always admire photographers that find magic in the mundane
that lens seems to be thriving on the A7
that I have seen from the X-Vario
gorgeous processing (it takes time for anyone to learn how to work files from a new camera) & fascinating, poignant subject
I imagine the performance pavillion...
just spoke with my brother who is in Reykjavik with his family for a quick holiday
only a 5 hour flight from Boston, where he lives & a change from the Gulf or Florida coasts where he usually...
jeff hladun wrote:
Beautiful images with intelligent compositional structure. They show me the single-mindedness of the crew in the heat of the competition, and I can almost feel the rise in their...
looks like the 240 proved its superior weather sealing & I assume you used your 28-90 R for these
congrats on your win
does Porsche award a 911 to the winners?
Thomas Streng wrote:
Nothing against the 28-90, even though I am not sure if the Canon 24-70/2.8II lacks anything compared to the Canon.
The Leica is a nice range going up to 90mm and an...
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