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    Plus one from me. Very nice. I've been watching the Tour d' France. All this makes me want to pack up and head there!
    Thanks Lloyd. Avoid going over there now. It usually is packed to the brim this time of the year!!

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    thanks Rayyan!!

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    Went whale watching out of Monterey Bay this weekend hoping to see some Blue Whales which have been sighted recently. Unfortunately we didn't see any Blue Whales but got really close to several Humpbacks.

    All shot with D800E + 70-200m VRII with TCII1.4 - though I have the 300m f4, I decided to use this combo for the zoom capability and VR. Optically, I haven't been able to discern much difference between the two.

    I shot at 200 ISO in order to keep the shutter speed >1/1500th - that and the VR gave me a decent keeper rate even with 36Mpx

    I also have the TCIII2.0 but did not use it.

    Humpback blowholes:



    Humpback fluke:



    Three Humpbacks lunge feeding - great detail in the mouths on the full-rez version:



    Another fluke:



    All in all, the camera handled very well - I was right at home with it coming from a D700.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Went whale watching out of Monterey Bay this weekend hoping to see some Blue Whales which have been sighted recently. Unfortunately we didn't see any Blue Whales but got really close to several Humpbacks.

    Humpback blowholes:
    http://mountainjoe.zenfolio.com/img/s2/v52/p26543279-6.jpg[/IMG]

    All in all, the camera handled very well - I was right at home with it coming from a D700.

    Cheers,
    Amazing pictures Joe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks Brotha!


    Creatively framed & beautiful capture Rayyan!
    Steve, very much appreciated.

    Best regards.

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    I would like to present ROSKIDLE FESTIVAL for you. It is an annual event with approx. 125,000 visitors at the 7-day camp and 4 days of music. It's non-profit and based on 7,000 volunteers. Surplus goes to the culture and music in Denmark and abroad. The festival makes the area to one of the world most densely populated areas in the world - and despite massive drinking, one of the world's low crime areas in terms of inhabitants.

    Between the 180 bands this year was Bruce Springsteen, The Cure, The Roots, Bon Iver and ....

    All D700 and 105 f/2.8 shot at the Bruce day...

    First some food and some to drink..




    Then giving back.. some of it



    Line up for the pit



    And finally



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    Very nice! Great pix. Looks like a blast. That "giving back"photo is too funny. Are the women's facilities equally exposed?

    I understand that there is a naked run in conjunction with this event, and that this year an Icelander won it, defeating the 3-time champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice! Great pix. Looks like a blast. That "giving back"photo is too funny. Are the women's facilities equally exposed?

    I understand that there is a naked run in conjunction with this event, and that this year an Icelander won it, defeating the 3-time champion.
    thanks ..

    Yes, a guy from Iceland er new king of the Nude run - unfortunately I was on my volunteer duty while there was Nude Race, so no pictures.

    And They try 2 years ago with "open" facilitys for the femal perticpants, but it was a mess.

    And any can se who is using the regular toilets




    And new facilities for the guys.. looking out over the playground for adults..

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    Very clever. Nicely captured.

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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Zeiss (Hasselblad) 80mm f2.8

    just realized there are very handy square framing lines in the viewfinder (probably looked thru it for a week before I realized it)

    visited an old favorite, on a foggy morning



    an almost identical capture to the Aptus shot I took there a couple years ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynelake View Post
    Lake Johnson Remarkables Queenstown, maybe 45 minutes walk from where I live, looking South or S.E. I'm going back to get more along lake looking more to left, East, so from different angle. I could have last night, of moon rising but never been to where I wanted to go during day, and plenty of frost ?ice? sloping ground, no torch...

    Took these at most shutter speeds and 1600 3200 and 6400. The 3200 or 6400 are the better pictures.
    AF20mm 2.8D, mirror up, ISO 6400, F2.8 10 seconds. Resized only, no adjustments... I really need a better lens... The stars are close to being dots. The streakiness of stars are ?aberations? of whatever type...




    ISO 6400 8 seconds


    ISO 6400 8 seconds

    Some words came to my mind:
    Magnificent, beatiful breath taking.
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    D800E with zeiss 21mm

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    Somerville, Maine
    It was a rainy and windy evening.

    Nikon D800E with Zeiss 18mm f/3.5

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very clever. Nicely captured.
    Nice work, BSEH!

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    D4, 85G
    http://www.stevemarkphoto.com/
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    D4,85G
    http://www.stevemarkphoto.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D4, 85G
    Superb Steve!

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    Somerville, Maine
    Nikon D800e and Zeiss 18mm f/3.5
    Cheers,
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    Thanks Pramote & Stellar Shot!!!! Love It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks Pramote & Stellar Shot!!!! Love It!
    Plus one. Great stuff, as always, Pramote.

    Steve: You are the master of street!! Love that shooting the shooters shot!

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    One way to solve the problem of the liquid, a more direct approach...




    At Roskilde, there are no limits to what can be done, as long as you make no harm to any. A group of campers, agreements often on a them, that is lived fully.

    Deal is: "what happens to Roskilde stays to Roskilde - unless some have it on cam".

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    LOL. Too funny!! Nice catch.

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    Nikon D800 with Pentax 35mm A shifted up 7mm. F/8

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    Nikon D800 with Pentax 35mm A shifted up 0.7mm. F/8
    Beautiful detail - very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Beautiful detail - very nice!
    Thank Joe. I like your post processing very much. Maybe you could give me some tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Plus one. Great stuff, as always, Pramote.

    Steve: You are the master of street!! Love that shooting the shooters shot!
    Too kind brotha! Thank You!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    LOL. Too funny!! Nice catch.
    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Thank Joe. I like your post processing very much. Maybe you could give me some tips.
    Thanks Antonio!

    I use LR4 and the Nik SW tools.

    I do raw conversion and basic levels & wb in LR - I don't use LR sharpening. Then I use Nik tools for everything else including NR, sharpening, and other pp.

    If there's a specific aspect of pp that you are interested in, shoot me a pm and I will respond in greater detail.

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    Foxglove blossoms with the Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 F2.0. Backlit with sunlight through
    trees and shrubs.

    D800, Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 f/2.0
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    Great photos and work everyone, here is one from today

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    Bass Habor Lighthouse, Maine
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; HiTech 0.6 GND; Bracket
    Manual HDR
    Have a great day!
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    Bass Habor Lighthouse, Maine
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; HiTech 0.6 GND; Bracket
    Manual HDR
    Have a great day!
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    Love it, Pramote. Really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Bass Habor Lighthouse, Maine
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; HiTech 0.6 GND; Bracket
    Manual HDR
    Have a great day!
    Pramote
    Pramote,

    I'm truly envious, both of your photography and your travel itinerary. Every week, a new destination. I visited this lighthouse two years ago but was too timid to venture out onto the rocks. Maybe next time.

    Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Love it, Pramote. Really nice.
    Promote, Your Amazing!

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    Pramote, Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Pramote,

    I'm truly envious, both of your photography and your travel itinerary. Every week, a new destination. I visited this lighthouse two years ago but was too timid to venture out onto the rocks. Maybe next time.

    Well done.

    Joe
    +1

    It's quite intimidating when you get to this lighthouse location to realize that you have to rock hop down that face of huge boulders to get to the prime shooting location below the building itself. Definitely not the thing to do when the rocks are wet/greasy and/or in the dark - which is of course when you need to do it for the best light! Likewise with a backpack/tripod/camera out.

    I shot this in March myself using my Phase One gear and only ventured half that distance away from the end of the pathway and that alone was puckered sphincter time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    +1

    It's quite intimidating when you get to this lighthouse location to realize that you have to rock hop down that face of huge boulders to get to the prime shooting location below the building itself. Definitely not the thing to do when the rocks are wet/greasy and/or in the dark - which is of course when you need to do it for the best light! Likewise with a backpack/tripod/camera out.

    I shot this in March myself using my Phase One gear and only ventured half that distance away from the end of the pathway and that alone was puckered sphincter time!
    Thanks Joe, Graham and Jim for your kind words.
    It was a low tide. There were 5 people on my left-hand side so I knew I was quite safe from the waves
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    Thanks Lloyd, Steve and Ben for your kind.
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    "Bad hair, nice smile " pic...



    Nikon 85mm 1.8G

    Link to the original file : Preferidos - galupi20's Photos

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    Nice smile: yes. Bad hair: no :-)
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    Bass Habor Lighthouse, Maine
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; HiTech 0.6 GND; Bracket
    Manual HDR
    Have a great day!
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    loving this one!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    D4, 85G
    Steve..this is outstanding!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Love it, Pramote. Really nice.

    Pramote; +1 to what he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    found a nice used copy of a 50mm 1.2 (ais/9 blade)
    took it out yesterday for a few test shots




















    excellent s usual!!
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    Pressing like on a lot of photos in this thread.
    Everyone is taking some amazing shots with this camera.
    I'm getting more comfortable using the d800 on assignments.
    Here is a sunset family photo from the northshore of Oahu.
    D800, 24-70mm.

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