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Old 06-16-2019, 06:42 PM
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I can't help it. A few more:
There's something quite intoxicating about the images these cameras produce, isn't there?

I'm nowhere near as prolific, but here are a couple of recent shots that I thought worked quite well to highlight the Foveon characteristics.





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There's something quite intoxicating about the images these cameras produce, isn't there?

I'm nowhere near as prolific, but here are a couple of recent shots that I thought worked quite well to highlight the Foveon characteristics.





Nice. I think there is even a little difference between the Quattro and Merrill too.
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My son just finished his high school lacrosse career (he's forgoing playing in college, much to his competitive mother's chagrin).

One of the team moms is a professional photographer and has taken lots of action shots over the last 8 years.

This is my favorite.


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Today's wildflower bonanza, best we've ever seen around here.


Canon 5DS with Canon 100mm and Zeis 21mm lenses





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Today's wildflower bonanza, best we've ever seen around here.


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Nice pics. Did you try getting some from ground level, pointing upwards?
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What photo are you trying to post?
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Nice pics. Did you try getting some from ground level, pointing upwards?
When flowers are only 5 inches tall, that is the only way to get mountains in the background, the last one is an example.
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Today's wildflower bonanza, best we've ever seen around here.

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Did you try getting some from ground level, pointing upwards?
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Today's wildflower bonanza, best we've ever seen around here.


Excellent picture, with pleasing photographic compositional ordonnance.

Purple flowers = lupine; reddish orange flowers = Indian paintbrush (it is hemiparasitic, of course, on grasses and forbs); and yellow flowers = some sort of ragwort (Fendler's ragwort, perhaps?).

I like this photograph from the poster's Flickr account, as well, with the caption--"Chocolate Drops Maze District of Canyonlands NP in Utah" (click on the image for a larger picture):


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Thank you, Inyo.

Brucebubs ... award winning leaf photo, wow is that nice.
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Big Banyan on my campus. I'm not sure if the color or black and white looks better in the second pic:





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Out among the wildflowers again today.





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