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    Attached are a few shots with the D800e (Nikon 85 1.4 and Zeiss 2 makro) before I leave for Wyoming and Montana. These were all taken in one of my favorite places to photograph, South Park City, in Fairplay, Colorado. South Park City is an old recreated 1800's mining town composed of over 40 original buildings and all the contents are from the 1800's. It is a museum of sorts but one where anyone can walk through, view, touch, photograph, etc. Things have been preserved in a state of mostly arrested decay.....Eleanor





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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Attached are a few shots with the D800e (Nikon 85 1.4 and Zeiss 2 makro) before I leave for Wyoming and Montana. These were all taken in one of my favorite places to photograph, South Park City, in Fairplay, Colorado. South Park City is an old recreated 1800's mining town composed of about 23 original buildings and all the contents are from the 1800's. It is a museum of sorts but one where anyone can walk through, view, touch, photograph, etc. Things have been preserved in a state of mostly arrested decay.....Eleanor
    Beautiful work Eleanor. The first one has incredible colors. Which lens was this?

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    Eleanor

    I may have to visit there. Great images and it looks like a more 'accessible' Bodie as far as interiors are concerned.
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    D800, 24-120 at 24, handheld at f8 @1/25th ISO 280, processed in C1:

    Very nice image Jack. Knowing how you're a perfectionist hopefully you'll understand my question about whether to crop the far left of the image to avoid the edge of the nearest window. I keep wanting to crop to leave just the swooping arc to the right and lose that swoop back left.

    Thoughts?

    A beautiful image btw. I really like the tonality throughout.
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    Graham you hit the nail on the head...I never thought of it that way, but you are right as it is similar to Bodie. It is controlled access and there is a small fee but the great thing is that there are no restrictions on moving around and photographing (leashed dogs are even welcome!)... I have photographed there since 2005...every year at least once, and there is so much to see and photograph I always find new things. I have had several exhibitions with these images in both color and black and white. I have a couple of portfolios on my web site that gives a better idea about some of the things you will find there to photograph. eleanor

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    I may have to visit there. Great images and it looks like a more 'accessible' Bodie as far as interiors are concerned.
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    Thanks Antonio. The Lantern was shot with the Zeiss 100 makro and the other two, shot with the Nikon 85 1.4G. Eleanor

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    Beautiful work Eleanor. The first one has incredible colors. Which lens was this?

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    It's beautiful, excellent composition and tonality. One of those pictures that brings a lot of questions to the mind. Well done.
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    The clock hasn't work for 200 years at least.. It was 4:40 pm.


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    Thanks Jim! It's a tower in Copenhagen
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    I really like that shoot too. I was in that same tower almost 1 year ago. Try to get to Christiania -- very colorful part of Copenhagen. Certain areas cannot take photos though... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Very nice image Jack. Knowing how you're a perfectionist hopefully you'll understand my question about whether to crop the far left of the image to avoid the edge of the nearest window. I keep wanting to crop to leave just the swooping arc to the right and lose that swoop back left.

    Thoughts?

    A beautiful image btw. I really like the tonality throughout.
    Hi Graham,

    First off, good eye! Second, you know me all too well! Reality is I've not yet settled on the final crop or even the final version I'll choose for this image. This is a long, spiraling ramp up, probably four or five complete turns to the top, so I shot similar compositions a few different locations. Then to top it off, this one is an unconstrained crop which is unusual for me to do. Finally, keep in mind, these are quickly processed versions on my MacBookAir in my hotel room after a day of shooting.

    All that said, I cropped this one the way I did to get the floor/wall seam in the lower RH corner and to eliminate a small hot spot from the window left. Here is the full frame version (in color), ultimately I might just process out the hot spot and leave it full frame or crop to 3:4:



    Here are two other candidates for comparison, and I like them all for different reasons:





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    Quote Originally Posted by manouch shirzad View Post

    Jack,
    It's beautiful, excellent composition and tonality. One of those pictures that brings a lot of questions to the mind. Well done.
    _________
    Manouch
    Thank you Manouch!

    Quote Originally Posted by mark1958 View Post
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    I really like that shoot too. I was in that same tower almost 1 year ago. Try to get to Christiania -- very colorful part of Copenhagen. Certain areas cannot take photos though... )
    Thanks Mark! It's a gorgeous morning and I'm heading over to Christiana and Christhaven areas to shoot right after some breakfast!
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    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm and f/3.2


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    Many thanks Loyd for the words. Were you with the University...

    Here are a couple of others from the same collection. Both Nikon D5000, Long exposures, ND filter and shot with a 35mm f1.8.

    Again many thanks for looking and especially for any comments you might care to make.

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    Many thanks Loyd for the words. Were you with the University...

    Here are a couple of others from the same collection. Both Nikon D5000, Long exposures, ND filter and shot with a 35mm f1.8.

    Again many thanks for looking and especially for any comments you might care to make.
    These are terrific, especially that first one.

    No, though ironically I lived by the universities in both Arecibo and Rio Piedras, I had just gotten out of the Marine Corps, and needed some time to clear my head. When we came home we didn't exactly get a hero's welcome, and the rejection I felt was hard. I decided I needed to get away, and Puerto Rico was somewhere I'd never been. Long story, but that's the Reader's Digest version.

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    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm and f/3.2
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    That's a great catch, Jorgen. "Big Lunch Delivery!"

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    Nikon D800E and Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII

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    These are terrific, especially that first one.
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    went out today for a bit of a play with the D800

    This photo was taken with a 28mm PC Nikon lens



    The next with a 70-200 VR1



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    Overlayed picture taken long time ago.

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    It rained for 4 hours yesterday. My patience paid off at sunset.

    Nikon D800E and Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8

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    Nice! One of my favorite places. I have yet to go up there this summer...last summer I sat on the tundra near the summit among a herd of mountain goats and they walked right up to me! Eleanor

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    It rained for 4 hours yesterday. My patience paid off at sunset.

    Nikon D800E and Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8

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    Nice! One of my favorite places. I have yet to go up there this summer...last summer I sat on the tundra near the summit among a herd of mountain goats and they walked right up to me! Eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor! It's my favorite place too especially during bad weather.
    Mountain goats are our kids' favorite.

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    Nice! One of my favorite places. Eleanor
    Used to drive there for pizza....34 years ago.

    Looks like the place is still there...

    And views worth the hike.

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    Whatever you do, don't forget to change your oil. Our team of assistants is always ready to help

    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 100mm and f/4



    After the change, you'll be a lot faster

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    Few more from old South Park City, CO. D800e, 85 1.4G and Zeiss 100 2 makro lenses. Wanted to send some from drive through Wyoming but there is so much haze from wildfires unfortunately....Eleanor





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    D800, 24-120 at 24, handheld at f8 @1/25th ISO 280, processed in C1:

    Splendid Jack.
    I can see you were just around the corner at "Roundtower" in inner Copenhagen, build by the king Christian the fouth, in 1642, build to ride up in horse-carriage, he might have been lazy. And splendid wiev over the roofs of inner Copenhagen
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    Hi guys !

    Here my first post with my new D800E. I bought the 85 1.8 G, but maybe, the 85 1.4g is better ?
    Anyway, the Lenses "D' are not good for the D800E !



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    well done.. love the tonality

    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    Hi guys !

    Here my first post with my new D800E. I bought the 85 1.8 G, but maybe, the 85 1.4g is better ?
    Anyway, the Lenses "D' are not good for the D800E !



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



    Edit: This shot shows why the APS-C format is still an excellent compromise. I would love not to haul 8-12 kilograms of gear around the race track for 10 hours non-stop, and have considered m4/3 for race photography a number of times. But the only telephoto options that will AF with that system will have a maximum f-stop close to 5.6 at the corresponding focal length (150mm) giving me 4 stops more effective DOF (The $3,000 Zuiko 150mm f/2.0 for 4/3 won't AF on m4/3, or at least that was the situation the last time I checked).

    Then there's the pan shots with an EVF. Doesn't work too well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post

    (...) Just bought life time membership at the gym, so I'll survive

    You may as well go get the Nikon tattoo while you're at it, Jorgen

    Just look at this advertising nonsense and you're sold


    from Nikon Rumors




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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post

    Just look at this advertising nonsense and you're sold


    from Nikon Rumors


    Thanks, Steen.

    Having visited the Nikon service centre in Bangkok a few times and seen the girls who work there, I tend to agree with that statement. I consider breaking my Nikon cameras more often to get an excuse to go there...

    Maybe they have the Nikon tattoo? Should I check??

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    well done.. love the tonality
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    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/3.5



    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 800mm and f/5.0

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    Thor, very hard to see with all those people up in front (or back), but I guess its a Nissan GT-R, splendid car it should be..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Thor, very hard to see with all those people up in front (or back), but I guess its a Nissan GT-R, splendid car it should be..
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    I think you are right. It's a Nissan for certain, and I think the GT-R is the only Skyline that looks like that from the back, but they do make a zillion versions for the Japanese market, so it's difficult to know sometimes. This one is used for drifting competitions. Some people simply have too much money
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    Another one with D700 and Leica 35-70/4.


    Walking in Old Uppsala Hills by pgmj, on Flickr
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    Jorgen - really liking these photo's of yours lately for some odd reason... Very nice.

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    Thank you, Gary. Here's another odd photo

    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Few more from old South Park City, CO. D800e, 85 1.4G and Zeiss 100 2 makro lenses. Wanted to send some from drive through Wyoming but there is so much haze from wildfires unfortunately....Eleanor





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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Splendid Jack.
    I can see you were just around the corner at "Roundtower" in inner Copenhagen, build by the king Christian the fouth, in 1642, build to ride up in horse-carriage, he might have been lazy. And splendid wiev over the roofs of inner Copenhagen
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    I do suspect that you also might have some good ones from over the old roofs God to hear you and Tim are growing to like the the 24-120, that might be an affordable compromis for me.
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    Holiday greetings from beautiful Koh Samui/Thailand. The photo was taken today with the 24-70/2.8.
    We took a dusty Jeep-Safari 2 days ago and there probably are dust spots on the sensor. This photo is not so much about the technical quality than the motive itself.



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    This one crop and added some Nik Color Effex.

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    Holiday greetings from beautiful Koh Samui / Thailand.

    Just having my MacBook Air with me and PS Elements 6, so not much.

    Fantastic view:



    Panorama view:



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