thanks that is about a 5 to 6 minute exposure with the D700
I agree with Lloyd and others that the lighting is superb in all of your images. From what you just mentioned, you have really achieved beautiful images using natural lighting through long time exposures. All the best, Leica 77
Fresh Pics with my brand new D3 and Zeiss 35 ZF.... I am so loving this setup!
Fantastic portraits, Lloyd
Jazz festival in Hua Hin this weekend. I went there, but never got around to any of the concerts. Walked the streets instead, and had a great bicycle trip with Danish and Norwegian friends today.
D80 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/1.8
Portrait across the table in no light.
D80 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0, ISO 800 and 1/30s handheld. We don't need no slow, stinkin' image stabilized zooms, do we??
More from the street last night.
D80 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/1.8 and ISO 800
Oh, and here's from the bicycle ride.
D80 with Tamron 17-50 @ 38mm and f/7.1
Lots of very nice work going on here!! Lloyd, Viablex1, Jorgen, ShiroKuro, Chris you are all to be congratulated with such diverse set of excellent and interesting images.
I got my D3x with me today, so there's two pics (DC 135/2):
Is the lake closed because of alligators? Or is it just someone telling other people what not to do?
Am I the only one who cannot see AlexLF's pics? It seems that Alex' image host modelportfolio.ru is blocked for me. Probably my ISP doing the blocking, I guess.
Greetings! I happened to visit your 8 X 10 photo website. The color, composition, and high resolution of your images are stellar and stunning. Best regards, Leica 77
Lars, I looked at your website and you have really great landscapes. Do you still shoot large format? I'm asking because my Linhof hasn't seen any light for about 8 months already. Well, and I haven't been done any travel so far...
Lars, open a Command Prompt (or Terminal session on a Mac/Linux system) and typeIf that fails then the IP is blocked by your ISP, if not tryCode:ping name of AlexLF's site or its IP addressand it should list the number of hops to get to the site or where it is failing.Code:tracerte name of AlexLF's site or its IP address (tracert on Mac/Linux)
Hello Cindy Flood,
I agree with Lloyd that the bleeding hearts are beautiful. The bokeh produced by the Mamiya lens looks rather distinct as well. I always enjoyed using the 645 medium format Mamiya lenses during the days of film cameras. All the best, Leica 77
After all the trials and tribulations you had getting a clean one, it's nice to see some 80/1.9 images from you. Look great.
Ok, I may have missed this thread, but what adapter are you using for the Mamiya lenses Cindy?
Ebay adapter Mamiya M645 to Nikon. I have the M645 80 f/1.9 (and 80 f/2.8), 150 f/3.5 and 200 f/2.8 lenses. I really like them all on my Nikon/Fuji bodies. I also have an old Mamiya 645 Super MF camera, so they serve me well.
One more fun picture with Nikon D300 + Nikon AF 18-200 VR lens from my recent travel to Hawaii. This one is similar to the one previously posted. However, the background is slightly differenct. Thanks for looking. Leica 77
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