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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
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    Very nicely done, John. Great to see you back again.
    Thank you Lloyd, on both accounts. Good to be back. Did some more on this shot today and improved it quite a bit. Will post revision when I feel it's done.
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    Since last fall I've been shooting primarily film, though also been working the D3s pretty hard right along side it. Last September I made a trip to Washington State's Olympic Peninsula, where I ran mostly Velvia through the F6, and good bit of Tri-X through the Mamiya. I brought the D3s along and used it as well. Here are a few images from the combination of the two Nikons (I'll save the Mamiya images for the analogue forum):

    A triptych of the Hoh Rain Forest, 3 exposures with the F6 on Velvia.

    Cape Flattery, The Northwestern Most Point in the contiguous United States, Olympic National Park (D3s)
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    16th Street Mall, Denver, CO
    Nikon D800; Nikon 200mm f/2 VR with TC 14E II

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark K View Post
    Here we go. Under direct sunlight, white balance is great. Newer 70-200/2.8 is sharper than mo older 80-200/2.8 ED.
    I personally dislike the skin colour..!
    For others, its perfect.

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    No, I have no idea. Does it even matter?

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.5



    And another one, from today also.

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/3.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    Varbergs Havsbad
    Great symmetry and framing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    Varbergs Havsbad
    LOOK thats a Seabath...) Nice picture, like the colors to..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    The Leitax mount... you unscrew part of the Leica mount and remove a couple of small parts, then screw the Leitax part on. Takes less than five minutes and does not damage and is totally reversible... really really worth trying!
    Tashley: About how old is your Summicron R? I have preordered a D800E, and I have two pristine R lenses sitting on my shelf with my Leica SL. Checking serial numbers, it looks like my 35mm f2.8 Elmarit R, and 50mm f2 Summicron R were made around 1967. The lenses, although probaly state of the art at the time, I wonder how they would perform compared to modern day standards on a D800E. I have seen the DIY adapters to replace the Leica flange for very low prices (around $25). Given the low adapter cost, it would not be too much of a gamble. Any experience with OLD R glass on modern DSLR?
    Thanks in advance
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    Nikon D700 at Fort Point:










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    When I was much younger, I remember an ad for Coca-Cola..the Real Thing.

    So here is another Real Thing..Ready to go, when I am.

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    Sorry to say that mine is a ROM lens, which means it's relatively modern. I'm no expert on R lenses, just happened to have this one in my bag...but other people here can probably answer your question. I would only use a Leitax adaptor though... And they are IMHO reasonably priced but not cheap.

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    Fun to go back over a recent vacation shots on a Sunday evening and find some you quite like but didn't pick out the first time...

    All on D800E

    With 24-120:



    With 50mm R Cron:






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    No, this is the REAL THING



    sorry now Im

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    No, this is the REAL THING



    sorry now Im
    That is just the light tight box; like my black box.

    The Real Thing is the medium. The little boxes in my picture marked Ilford , Portra etc. The films!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    No, I have no idea. Does it even matter?

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.5


    No, it doesn't matter for me either. But seems delicious whatever it is!

    Best.

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    Thanks, Rayyan and Frankie. This place is really like no other, but not easy to get a grip on when staying for only a few days. Then there are the camera shops. Found an interesting one yesterday, a kind of basement store, with hundreds, if not thousands of used cameras. Brand new Canon F-1? No problem. I wish I needed one
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    We love dunes. Here are some newly processed shots from the Nikon D2x (2006)






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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    We love dunes. Here are some newly processed shots from the Nikon D2x (2006)

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    Uwe, we love the dunes too!!

    Wonderful shots.

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    D700 + Nik sw.


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    D700 + Nik sw.

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    D700 + Nik sw.

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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    70-200 VR does not go well with TC2.0 version II...

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    Without the TC, images are much sharper

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    Looks like it goes OK-ish on the second shot - pity, because the colours and framing are really nice!

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    Another one from France: I'm quite interested in houses with Big Gates...

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    Now four which could be called 'A Childhood on the South Coast of England'







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    And then another to prove that sometimes colour can be bleaker than toned B&W!

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    >sometimes colour can be bleaker than toned B&W

    A classic case where green only works if it is perfect (colors and texture). This is here a continuous battle because we get sometime nice green hills in winter but they are hardly perfect (mostly because of cow paths).
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    I was considering dinner, but then, on the other hand...

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.8

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    Thanks Uwe!

    BSEH, Yes, it's a see bath or havsbad in swedish.

    The eagle that's flying in on the roof is not cut and pasted, it's for real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    Thanks Uwe!

    BSEH, Yes, it's a see bath or havsbad in swedish.

    The eagle that's flying in on the roof is not cut and pasted, it's for real.

    Yah, It's so nice and well keept and clean.. Like most of Sweeden..

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    Not sure what kind of business they're doing here, but I'm sure it's OK

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Not sure what kind of business they're doing here, but I'm sure it's OK

    D300 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.8

    Jorgen, I'm sure you like MongKok since it's a place with congestion, crowd, food, car, people, rush ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Jorgen, I'm sure you like MongKok since it's a place with congestion, crowd, food, car, people, rush ......
    The impact is amazing. Would love to stay here for days to take photos. I'm going for something a bit more peaceful today though, planning a trip to Fanling.
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    let's play a little game i like to call "this is why we have different lenses in our bag". here are two shots, taken moments apart. they're with different lenses...and about a foot different in position, but zero other differences within reason.

    guess the lenses, and pick your pony. i'll reveal later.



    obviously with Nikon, given the forum. D700 @ ISO 400, saturation -100 in LR3.

    and...i'm pretty sure i took similar shots with the Leica and Fuji. very curious to see how those did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    The impact is amazing. Would love to stay here for days to take photos. I'm going for something a bit more peaceful today though, planning a trip to Fanling.
    I do proud of your life to travel all around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    let's play a little game i like to call "this is why we have different lenses in our bag". here are two shots, taken moments apart. they're with different lenses...and about a foot different in position, but zero other differences within reason.

    guess the lenses, and pick your pony. i'll reveal later.



    obviously with Nikon, given the forum. D700 @ ISO 400, saturation -100 in LR3.

    and...i'm pretty sure i took similar shots with the Leica and Fuji. very curious to see how those did.
    I have no idea about which the leneses are, but I prefer the first one.

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    tell him to sit up and behave like an adult for a start ...


    ok,

    left: Leica R

    right: Zeiss ZF

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    Oxford Street, London. There is a shop ' Arabian Oud '. They have a good website also.

    Anyway, The fragrance in this bottle is not cheap. The Real Thing.
    Fragrance is from Agarwood. Matured over years.

    Not a Leica MF, but a couple of new Ms and at least one 50/2.


    p.s can't translate the ' meaning ' of the label. Literal translation would never convey the meaning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Anyway, The fragrance in this bottle is not cheap. The Real Thing.
    Fragrance is from Agarwood. Matured over years.

    Not a Leica MF, but a couple of new Ms and at least one 50/2.
    That last line refers to the price, I suppose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    That last line refers to the price, I suppose?
    Just the fragrance Vivek! The bottle, jade, gold and necklace is extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    tell him to sit up and behave like an adult for a start ...


    ok,

    left: Leica R

    right: Zeiss ZF
    Lol.

    Which do you prefer though?
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    Hm, hard to say since they look so different in exposure, focal plane and dof.

    I actually like both renderings, but are they really taken with the same exposure ?

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