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    Hi Manouch

    It will be very interesting to see your mega-stich images with a D800. You are going to need a cray supercomputer to process them though.
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    >You are going to need a cray supercomputer to process them though

    Or a lot of patience. On the other hand stitching was done with Canon 5D2 and the D800 maybe a factor of 3x of processing resources (memory + CPU). But also all stitching flaws will be very easily visible.
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    Welcome back, Osman. Those are some fantastic blues

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    Bryan,
    I am so Stitcholic that I have to find a solution for it, may be D800 be part of that solution
    and I can reduce my daily dose of stitching.

    Uwe,
    Very nice picture, where is the location?
    I already have a powerful computer and and after seven years of stitching I don't expect to have
    any problem with d800, I also have practiced with some M9 files.LOL
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    >Very nice picture, where is the location?


    Oceano Dunes.
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    Thank you for the welcome guys! Those orchids accompanied our wedding ceremony last November, so Jorgen, I think we may call them 'The Wedding Blues'

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    androgynous model Ben from the other day. sky blue backdrop...and i can't for the life of me tell if this is the window light in my bedroom, or a softlighter (i guess that's a good thing. haha). D700 w/ 85/1.4G wide open, ISO 400 (was using it as a test for Tri-X in the M6), film grain added in LR3.

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    Thor definitely puts the hammer down!!!


    some stairs


    _DSC8921 by gungyduo, on Flickr

    stairs by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    17 May is the Norwegian National Day, and it was celebrated in Bangkok as well. We even had Norwegian weather: Rain all day

    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 175mm and f/2.8





    This was the first time I used the D2Xs for anything other than motor racing, and I like it a lot. Colours etc. exactly to my taste. I predict a lasting love affair.
    Lovely capture Jorgen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thanks to Lloyd:


    (Nikon D700 + Nikkor 50mm/1.4)
    Welcome back Osman.

    Wonderful colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    Thor definitely puts the hammer down!!!


    some stairs


    _DSC8921 by gungyduo, on Flickr

    stairs by gungyduo, on Flickr
    Excellent postioning. Beautifully photographed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    androgynous model Ben from the other day. sky blue backdrop...and i can't for the life of me tell if this is the window light in my bedroom, or a softlighter (i guess that's a good thing. haha). D700 w/ 85/1.4G wide open, ISO 400 (was using it as a test for Tri-X in the M6), film grain added in LR3.

    Nice to se a picture with a little edge here

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    Nice to se a picture with a little edge here
    Don't tempt me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Don't tempt me...
    Hit me Tim -please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    This was the first time I used the D2Xs for anything other than motor racing, and I like it a lot. Colours etc. exactly to my taste. I predict a lasting love affair.
    Colours is one of the strong points of D2x!

    Jorgen, you manage to bring life to your image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    Nice to se a picture with a little edge here
    More on the way...worry not cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Don't tempt me...
    Be tempted. Dooo ittttttt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    D3s + AFs 200mm f/2G ED VRII
    nice shot!!! way to freeze motion

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    Nikon D3x, AF-S 14-24/2.8

    I have spent my weekend in Denmark. And there are some things you have to taste when in Denmark, danish pastry is one of them!

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    I have spent my weekend in Denmark. And there are some things you have to taste when in Denmark, danish pastry is one of them! [/QUOTE]

    You got that one rigth - Jordbærkage is an important part of life in Denmark

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    Rainy Sunday here...

    D800E with Zeiss Makro Planar 100mm @ f11

    original 91% quality JPEG at

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/s3/v43/p338492253.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post









    Nikon D3x, AF-S 14-24/2.8

    I have spent my weekend in Denmark. And there are some things you have to taste when in Denmark, danish pastry is one of them!

    delicious!!!!


    _DSC8891 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    _DSC2193-2 copy by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post

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    that looks incredibly tasty. NOM
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    >that looks incredibly tasty

    Not sure, either the Strawberry color is off or it is not fully ripe :-).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >that looks incredibly tasty

    Not sure, either the Strawberry color is off or it is not fully ripe :-).
    For those unaware, Uwe and I have used strawberries as a reference base for reds for quite a while. Early generation photo printers and profiles had an especially difficult time with this. We knew reds were good when the strawberry looked good enough to eat, so it's kind of become an inside joke with us. We even included an image in our printer evaluation image: Printing Insights #49
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    Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Oregon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Oregon

    Love this Lighthouse.
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    Fresnel lens, Umpqua River Light, Oregon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Love this Lighthouse.
    Thanks Uwe. I do, too.

    The Oregon lighthouses were a real treat this week. And I am loving the D800.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >that looks incredibly tasty

    Not sure, either the Strawberry color is off or it is not fully ripe :-).
    When I take photos of food I often overexposure 1/3 to make colors pop out more. This time it was direct sunlight and 1/3 over and that made the highlights punch that red color as I wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Rainy Sunday here...

    D800E with Zeiss Makro Planar 100mm @ f11

    original 91% quality JPEG at

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/s3/v43/p338492253.jpg

    Love the colors in here Tim.

    Regards.

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    room by gungyduo, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Fresnel lens, Umpqua River Light, Oregon

    Joe,
    what do you think about the zeiss 21 2.8 with the d800? I like the picture you showed us, I´d appreciate your opinion.

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    Nice to see the thread getting more posts, except that now I'm far behind!

    Daves: Wonderfully subtle light in that shot of Ben.
    Matto: Those shots of the staircase, and the ceiling vaults are really impressive. Looks like a scary place to even walk, let alone shoot! LOVE the IR shots!! The "room" post is kewl. Looks like someone is living there now. I'd love that bleback wall as a backdrop for a portrait session.
    Frankie: Impressive iceskating shots!
    Mikael: Love the shots of the Jordbærkage. Looks as good as it tastes!
    Tim: Wonderful, subtle still live. Impressive detail and light to dark transition in the large jpg version.
    Uwe: Terrific color and detail. Is that Bryce of Cedar Breaks?
    Jack: Thanks for the link to the Printer Evaluation page.
    Joe: Love that lighthouse, and the detail of the fresnel lens is a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >that looks incredibly tasty

    Not sure, either the Strawberry color is off or it is not fully ripe :-).
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    For those unaware, Uwe and I have used strawberries as a reference base for reds for quite a while. Early generation photo printers and profiles had an especially difficult time with this. We knew reds were good when the strawberry looked good enough to eat, so it's kind of become an inside joke with us. We even included an image in our printer evaluation image: Printing Insights #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    When I take photos of food I often overexposure 1/3 to make colors pop out more. This time it was direct sunlight and 1/3 over and that made the highlights punch that red color as I wanted.
    lol. you guys. :P

    the strawberry is red on the inside...thus...it will taste awesome. i hate when they're white inside and taste like nothing. which makes me want to take a trip to the supermarket and see how the strawberries are doing this year, it's high time the good ones should be on the shelves. *drools* last summer's strawberries were decent...but the summer before (and 2-3 summers leading up as well)...i think i had red lips and fingers for 3 months straight they were so good.
    --David

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    Permit me to tell you a story. This story holds a special personal interest for me.

    A woman is lying in pain. She is in labor. The pain is unbearable. Will she see
    sunlight again, she thinks.

    She cries out in pain. She does not know the outcome.
    If it is a male child, he might be king. If it is a male. If it is alive.

    It has been a difficult pregnancy. Will she live? Will the child survive?
    The doctors in the city had given up hope. She has traveled here. Hoping against hope. Will she live to see her child?

    The doctor in attendance, tells her that the childbirth shall be difficult. Secretly the doctor is afraid for both the mother and the child.
    Will my child live, doctor?. An anxious mother asks of her last hope.

    Unknown to her, she is in good hands. Very very good hands. The best the world of medicine has to offer.

    The nurse cleans the instruments with antiseptic. Strange instruments. The doctor had invented one of them more than 50 years ago, when he was young. It is to turn a baby before it passes through the birth canal.

    All the experience of a lifetime, all the skills of a surgeon and an inventor, all the knowledge from Galen to Ibn Sina are brought to bear as he works diligently.

    It is a boy. The mother is safe. Thank you, oh healer, cries the mother.

    It shall take the Europeans translators 300 years to bring the book of surgery into Latin. The standard text of medicine it shall remain. Of obs and gynae, surgery, pharmaceuticals. The techniques of his plastic surgery shall not be replicated for 900 years. The year is 1005 CE. The doctor shall be known to the west as Albucasis. The book as ' The Method of Medicine '.

    I know him as Al-Zahrawi. His book the ' al-Tasrif '. The city, Medina Zehara near Cordoba, Spain. And of course, one of the instruments as the ' Forceps '.


    My mother, herself, was an obs and gynae surgeon.

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    Wow. Amazing story, Rayyan. Impressive image as well.

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    First few files with my D800... lenses just came this afternoon... both these with the new 85/1.5 G. I'm pretty gobsmacked by these files when not compressed for online viewing.



    Window light



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    Shelby, those are really VERY nice! Welcome to the club....

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    Just posted these in the D800 thread... first files from a new camera... and my first Nikon stuff since the D100





    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Shelby, those are really VERY nice! Welcome to the club....
    Thanks Tim! It's been a while since I've shot anything but an RZ and I can't believe the quality of files from such an easy-to-use camera. I'm pretty stunned.

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    Beautiful kids, Shelby. And wonderful portraits as well.

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