Sunday's pics... A few surprises

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The 85 does the 50

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The 50 does the 85

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They don't call it the cream machine for nothing

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Isn't she good looking?

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Well she is :smile:

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DOF.

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Punk!

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Star of the day!

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I was so busted taking this picture

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Dinner

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Dinner part II

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It puts things into perspective

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Trombone extravagenza

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That's it folks
 
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What a great haul. Is that Sandra Oh?

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They all look great but your dinner shots or more like a servival technique. I would only eat that as a meal if I were starving. But still good shots
 
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What a great haul. Is that Sandra Oh?
Thank you,I don't know who she is but she had a cool style :smile:

Nice work
Very interesting
Quite a variety:>)))
Thanks - I am all over the place right now but... One day I'll find my focus :rolleyes:

Great series!

Anthony
Thank you Anthony!

Nice images Dude - your GF looks as charming as ever.
Thank you Frits, I will be back in Montreal in a couple of weeks. As such I'll be spending more time with her :biggrin: Oh wait, she might get tired of me!!! :eek:

They all look great but your dinner shots or more like a servival technique. I would only eat that as a meal if I were starving. But still good shots
The Sushi was awesome, thinking of it we will have more tonight! :rolleyes:

MMMM sushi!!! :biggrin:
I love sushi!

A good slice of life Dude. Way to go.
Thanks Gordon!

Excellent series Dude.
Thank you Phil!
 
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I love the street shots and am still working on my courage to do this! :smile: I've got a good friend who lives down in Providence, RI. Told her I want to come down and try this out.

I noticed that the Punk, busted and blonde shots are all done with the 85mm. In order to shoot all of them like that, you must have been a decent distance from them, yes? Do you find it's hard to get a clear shot?
 
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Excellent series! Please limit the sushi pics because they make me extremely hungry!
Thank you and I'll be having Sushi for dinner again tonight with Steph!:smile:

I love the street shots and am still working on my courage to do this! :smile: I've got a good friend who lives down in Providence, RI. Told her I want to come down and try this out.

I noticed that the Punk, busted and blonde shots are all done with the 85mm. In order to shoot all of them like that, you must have been a decent distance from them, yes? Do you find it's hard to get a clear shot?
Thank you, only one picture was taken with a 50mm in that serie. I love the 85 for street photography but I am thinking the 17-55 would be better. What I find is that a prime lens makes me think about the shot before hand and be more careful about the composition - a zoom lens for street photography is ideal since it give you the freedom of the spurr of the moment picture but the 85 is so sharp... :biggrin:
 
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What lens shot the trombones? Those are some of the most intense chromatic abberations I've ever seen ... I'm not even one to go looking for purple fringing (I do not consider myself a pixel peeper) but that was fairly extreme.

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Thanks Dude!

I just grabbed a used 18-70, hope to pick it up this afternoon or tomorrow. I think it'll be a great street lens, lighter/smaller than the 28-70. :smile:
 
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Great shots, Dude. I'm assuming Mtl as nothing looks very familiar except of course that beautiful lady's face! :wink:

So you also make sushi as well!!! I love sushi - been a while for me, have to get some. (Many things I can make but not that.)

Thanks for sharing, these are terrific!
 
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What lens shot the trombones? Those are some of the most intense chromatic abberations I've ever seen ... I'm not even one to go looking for purple fringing (I do not consider myself a pixel peeper) but that was fairly extreme.

Bill
He he he the 85/1.4 those are from the stage lights :rolleyes:

Thanks Dude!

I just grabbed a used 18-70, hope to pick it up this afternoon or tomorrow. I think it'll be a great street lens, lighter/smaller than the 28-70. :smile:
The 18-70 is a great street photography lens. You'll love it.

Great shots, Dude. I'm assuming Mtl as nothing looks very familiar except of course that beautiful lady's face! :wink:

So you also make sushi as well!!! I love sushi - been a while for me, have to get some. (Many things I can make but not that.)

Thanks for sharing, these are terrific!
I made Sushi once but not last night :wink: We are in Toronto still, my significant other is going back in the morning and me in a couple of weeks - Can't wait to be back with her but will miss Toronto dearly.... Oh well.

Very enjoyable set, Dude!
Thank you Dave! :biggrin:
 

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