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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    What a riot of color, Bryan. Neat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pali K View Post
    That's excellent - the diagonal cutting across the centre of the image really works!

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

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    Bethesda Row by Pali K, on Flickr

    Quote Originally Posted by David Hedley View Post
    That's excellent - the diagonal cutting across the centre of the image really works!
    +1 -- Agreed

    The same comment applies to Bryan's image below:

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post

    Here's one more from today of some really cool leaves:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    Terrific stuff, Pali!
    Thank you Peter!

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    I dig those XPan shots too. After seeing so many XPan shots here, I find myself seeing those wide compositions when I'm out taking pictures now.
    Thank you tuco! I took many family portraits with it and I am surprised how well the wide formal works even for simple candid portraits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thanks Nicholas and Pali. More very nice XPan shots! ...
    Thank you Bryan! Love the color and the patters on the cool leaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Hedley View Post
    That's excellent - the diagonal cutting across the centre of the image really works!
    Thank you David!

    Quote Originally Posted by DennisD View Post
    +1 -- Agreed

    The same comment applies to Bryan's image below:
    Thank you Dennis! When I first read David's comment, I thought it was about Bryan's leaf image as well and then I noticed his quote

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by Pali K View Post
    Thank you Dennis! When I first read David's comment, I thought it was about Bryan's leaf image as well and then I noticed his quote
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    You are welcome, Pali.

    I like the image because it beautifully demonstrates real d e p t h !
    The diagonal seems to help with that effect.

    Personally, I feel the right side shadow area is a touch on the dark side.
    Were you to print for an exhibit, consider dodging slightly to bring out the detail.
    I know just enough to be dangerous !

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    Good observation on the similar diagonals. Thanks all - I think Peter's "riot of color" comment is very apt for that leaf! It had flowers but the leaves were much more interesting...

    It's been raining a lot in the late afternoon. At Lake Lanier, right past Buford Dam, there's a fishing area that always fogs up late in the day after a rain. I took this image there.

    Bessa R2S, 35mm f/1.8, Fujifilm 160S cropped slightly:

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    Thanks, Nicholas. Hey, you have the privilege of being one of the last volunteers ever accepted at Newspace. Sorry it all crumbled before you could actually work a shift. Stay tuned, more is on the way in the form of a new organization, if all goes well. It's chaos at the moment.

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    Pete, Nice treasure find at the coast. I also really enjoy the wet seaweed in the image.

    Bryan, very neat dragonflies. nice detail in the wings. And I enjoy the abstract background shapes.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Hiking around Fort Rock in Oregon.
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    Hiking Fort Rock by tuco, on Flickr

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    Southeast of the Grand Canyon is a couple of lesser-known national monuments, including Sunset Crater Volcano. I swung by there late after going to the Grand Canyon and looked around. The volcano erupted about 1000 years ago and deposited a lot of volcanic rock and such around the mountain. There's some very interesting areas around the lava flow trail - an easy 1 mile trail. There are large swaths of beautiful red rocks, hence the name "Sunset Crater."

    Here's a couple of images on Velvia 50:



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    Sunset at Seal Rocks - Ocean Beach, San Francisco.



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