BostonBoy

BostonBoy

Lives in Europe
Works as a Engineer
Joined on Jan 18, 2014

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  • I tend to agree, the 12-100 is a stretch on the Pen-F body. I recently mounted the 25mm F1.2, and even that feels like a little too much. Results are very good though. The smaller PL, I think it's ...
  • Two from the archives - my work / life balance was off this week, no time to take any new shots. However, what better way to start of the weekend than with a simple cat portrait? Reminds me to get ...
  • *---------------------------------------MONOCHROME THREAD---------------------------------------- One off the oldest threads on DPreview - and still going strong!! - #352|MONOCHROME THREAD|POST ...
  • This was my first digital camera as well. Picked it up in Feb 2001 at Newton camera in Boston, together with the 340 MB IBM Microdrive. Loved it. It was a good camera, and it tought me a thing or...

  • Replied in Burning...
    Gobzy - first and foremost it's about what YOU like and what YOU want to present. While I think it's very important to take in the critique of others - good and bad - finding your own style is ...
  • Replied in slow
    wonderful....it's on my list....have camera, will travel!
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    My kind of picture - weather, elements, sea coast - love it. Are you based in Maine by any chance? Your profile does not say, but the rock formation looks very much like maybe the Ogunquit Sea ...
  • Very good composition and crop, tons of detail in the picture, nicely exposed, works for me!
  • Interesting subject, good contrast processing and composition. Vignetting (or is it a filter?) in the first one is a touch too much for me....
  • Replied in Orchid
    Flowers / Still Life's I have very little experience myself with, so I let others do the critique here....other than to say I like it. I do detect some dodging / burning in the middle of the ...
  • Replied in Burning...
    Ditto - clearly the last one for me....unique portrait perspective, too
  • Replied in Lines etc.
    I think "architecture" photography (in the broadest sense) is one of the hardest chapter there is...getting lines right is really tough, and the few time I really tried with my T/S lens I didn't ...
  • Hmm....Albert, I'm going back and forth in this one. You got several likes on this photo, and I think your title matches your picture perfectly. However, I find it a touch too dark in the persons ...
  • Replied in Zebra
    Well...if a Zebra doesn't lend itself for B/W monochromes than I don't know which animal does! I do like your composition, and the hard B/W in the foreground with a more shades-of-gray landscape ...
  • Mastering the Exposure in this situation here is the real kicker, and you did it just fine Ron.
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    Wow. You outdid yourself!
  • I understand. As the 'new' OP I try to encourage and give advise to folks as much as I can (and as time allows since I tend to travel a lot), but truth is I learn as much here as I try to give ...
  • Excellent. So it became a "ritual" for you as well...I always look forward to the great posts on the weekends...
  • Wu....you were just waiting for #351, didn't you?! Congrats, great shot again, and you beat me to the punch (aka the 1st post...) - R
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