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James E 13-Feb-2012 02:43
Very nice work Alan - inspiring.
Cilla 02-Sep-2010 01:21
You have some good pics of the comstock bridge off rte 16, do you know they are moving it. Yes right off the river into the park lot to repair it. See channel 3 news for pics.
Frank Wilson19-Jan-2010 04:07
Fred Parsons thought you might be interested in my "Covered Bridge" gallery. It's a new construction under way in NW Ohio.
regi olbrechts12-Feb-2007 16:50
Good photographs Alan. I enjoyed browsing through your work. Thanks, regi
Chris Thorpe07-Nov-2006 12:56
Alan,
Thanks for your kind comments. Today's PAD is a shot of the Long Island VietNam Veterns Memorial on Bald Hill in Suffolk County.
You have some wonderful galleries, beautiful covered bridges! I will visit again soon.
Chris
Wooden Shoe Photography25-Nov-2005 23:31
Alan - I used the 200mm 2.8 at MSG. I was way up there and I personally feel the lighting at MSG is weak, unless you are at ice level. Would have loved to use my flash, just didn't want to blind the paying fan.

Continental Arena on the other hand is bright, I just have not tried it there yet. The NJD pics you see on my site are from South Mountain Arena where they practise in West Orange, NJ.

BTW, awesome site you have there. Take care, Mike
Guest 08-Sep-2005 19:19
Alan - You have some awesome galleries - nice shooting - thanks for the comments on mine - I didnt know MD had Bridges near Delaware - sounds like a road trip - thanks for sharing the detailed instructions on where to find them

Todd Coburn
Marc Safran31-May-2005 21:01
Dear Alan,
I just returned from my 25th Princeton Reunion and did a bit of shooting with my Canon 20D. Did a search on Princeton photos in pbase and came up with your gallery. I wanted to compliment you on your composition and angles. Some of those buildings are so large they're not easy to capture... you did a nice job. - MSafran www.pbase.com/marcs
Dan Chusid08-Apr-2005 02:19
Hey Alan,
Thanks for the message in my galleries.
Somewhere in my archives (film, not digital) there ARE most likely, photos
of Garden State Bowl in all it's glory.
It served as sort of a home away from home for me (you too?).
Contemplating hitting NJ for the CHS reunion later this year (it would
be my first one) for the nostalgic docu-drama photography opportunity.
What's new in 35 or so years...?
Regards,
- Dan Chusid
San Diego, CA

PS:
Here's two groups I currently run:
http://www.photo.meetup.com/39
http://www.photo.meetup.com/208
Guest 23-Mar-2005 15:22
Thanks for yours comments and yours inspiration.After I toured yours galleries.I found out that we shared many same interest in photographing areas.I was amazed with yours bike race galleries which said,no retouch in all of yours stock.Wow, you were very accurate on making these shot,super sharp and perfect exposure at the first time.I will try to scan some of my bike shot soon.Thanks for the ideas and please keep in touch.
Cheer/anake
wtraub09-Jan-2005 16:40
Hi Alan – always enjoy your images. NH must be a photographer's dream come true – at least I see it that way for you. Great work with the covered bridges – those are my favorite.
wtraub09-Jan-2005 16:39
Hi Alan – always enjoy your images. NH must be a photographer's dream come true – at least I see it that way for you. Great work with the covered bridges – those are my favorite.
Jeff Cochran19-Mar-2004 23:36
Hello, I enjoyed your photos.Thx for sharing. :)
Jeff
http://www.pbase.com/savannahga
Jamie 20-Jan-2004 17:21
These photos are absolutely incredible!!! I only wish I could capture the beauty of my surroundings with such talent. Do you sell your prints? I would be extremely interested in purchasing them. Magnificent, simply magnificent.
John Glines18-Nov-2003 03:38
Many magnificent photos. Great work! Wow!
Rahul Dutta02-Oct-2003 10:44
Hello Sir , cud not figure out how to "PM" u .....so leaving the message here

http://www.shutterfreaks.com/Forum/showthreaded.php?Cat=&Board=share&Number=159118&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=7&fpart=&vc=&PHPSESSID=

regards ...

Rahul Dutta
Guest 06-Jun-2003 02:22
Really terrific shots -- they show a real command of composition and lighting. Chip needs to have your e-mail id when you get a minute.
Michele Rodgers11-Mar-2003 16:04
An absolute delight to view all your photos ... super, super and thank you for sharing them.
Kim Randolph09-Feb-2003 19:00
Hi Alan! I spent a long time in your galleries and thoroughly enjoyed so many of your wonderful images. Your composition is super as are the colors. I keep going back the the icicle photo in your Favorites gallery. Super! Kim
RMN 16-Nov-2002 15:05
Hi. Your photos really inspire me. I am really looking forward to more pictures from you. I will be regularly checking your gallery. I am an instant fan.

Regards.
Dolores Forget 16-Sep-2002 21:09
Alan:

You work is beautiful and I enjoyed looking at all of your NJ pictures. I am living in Atlanta and am incredibly homesick---do you sell any of your work?

Thanks,
Dolores Forget
BLUE 14-Sep-2002 15:54
i m the one bidding on your 505... since i've visited here, i love the 505 more than ever...
drw 20-Aug-2002 20:23
I wish I had the ability to view the beauty that you see all around you - in the meantime I will wait for you next batch of photos. Fabulous!!!
Philip Hayden 19-Aug-2002 21:11
Mr. Hartman: I am working an an exhibition for installation in the State House in Trenton and would like to use your photograph of Hacklebarney State Park (CRW 3588). Please email me directly at phayden@njleg.org to discuss the details. Many thanks.
Marc Ascher 16-Jul-2002 02:31
Mr. Hartman
I'm the photo editor at the Trenton Times newspaper. Would you be interested in selling one of your photos for a one time use fee. I'll be in tuesday, tomorrow, July 16, 609-989-5715, photo@njtimes.com and then home in Clinton Twp. for the rest of the week. marc.ascher@att.net 908-236-2078....thanks, marc ascher
Jim Marchbank 24-Apr-2002 16:57
Alan

Wasn't sure what to expect but am very impressed. Enjoyed being with you again at NAEO.

Jim
Alan Hartmann15-Apr-2002 11:40
Panorama Factory (web site www.panoramafactory.com). Costs about $30 or so (don't recall exactly), and it does a great job, if a little slowly. No, I never bothered making any corrections for barrel distortion.

Thanks for your comments.

Alan
matt 15-Apr-2002 05:39
Great photos ,love the panoramas what stich software program do you use, and do you correct the barrel distortation?

matt
Alan Hartmann27-Mar-2002 12:28
Thanks Andrew! The frame is just a drop-shadow I created in Corel PhotoPaint. If you're looking for PS actions to do frames, I know they're out there, but can't really help you find them since I'm not running PS (yet).
Guest 27-Mar-2002 02:08
Great gallery! I love the frame for the Washington Monument. Is this a PS action? Did you create this frame yourself?
GC 30-Oct-2001 22:02
Thanks very much for your reply.

If it would not be too much trouble I would be most appreciative if could you post a few unprocessed images of the pictures from your Central NJ gallery, just so I could see the difference (say Lamington River, Tewksbury Tree and the two churches).

For your info the following two images are untouched from the 6900 and 505v and the 505v shows more detail and has the same snap as your pictures (see the detail on the lady's lips).

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/F505V/F55FADP1.HTM
http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/F6900/F69FACAP0.HTM

Thanks once again for your help.
Alan Hartmann30-Oct-2001 17:56
Well I've never considered the F505V to be very good with auto-focus. OTOH, I typically don't post the out of focus shots. :-) The "snap" probably comes from the unsharp mask I routinely apply when I resample for uploading to pbase. I do all my retouching, then save the TIFF's to a new directory. Then I run QImage and resample to 800x600, applying unsharp mask with radius=1 and percentage = 80 or 90.

Thanks for your comments!

Alan
GC 30-Oct-2001 07:49
I'm looking at the 505 and the Fuji 6900, but I find that the 6900 images I've seen are always slightly out of focus (the odd one is in focus) and was wondering if you do some extra processing since your images have so much snap to them (they're excellent by the way).

If you have a moment I'd be most grateful for a reply.

Thanks.
anne smith 18-Oct-2001 17:34
Dear Alan

Billie Aber asked me to check out your site to see the 50 horses. I could only see 3 of them. please e-mail me the right address to look them up. I'm also one of the artists-my colt is at gary's wine and marketplace.

your photos are nice,,

anne