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    Chocolat!!

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    >My only interest would be in solving the problem Manouch mentions, which I've suffered too: losing count.

    Yes. On the other side I hardly shoot HDR with the D800 because the DR is not bad.
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    Cameras and lenses; someone like this and someone else likes that. Normal.

    However, in another forum, someone was rude to a lens I happen to own and love to use.!

    This was just too much..the line had been crossed. I took out my D700, put the lens on it this evening and looked around the house for something to photograph.

    Too late I realized that my wife had wanted me to get this rust fixed from last
    year. Made my point on one side. Lost an argument on the other.


    I really like this lens.
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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    You have me nervous on your comment above . I'm in the middle of downtown Portland walking around so need to see what's you have going on when I get home. Heading to Cannon beach for a few days going to play with my glass some.
    Well if you're in town you should go visit ProPhoto Supply in NW Portland. I know how you have a camera bag fetish and they have hundreds to chose from. Surely you need a new bag for Oregon with your D800 gear?

    Enjoy the coast - hopefully not too much marine layer going on. We expect to see pictures!
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    My first shoot with D800E for a textile showroom. D800E + 105 macro f2.8G VR


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    My first photoshoot with D800E. It was for a local textile showroom. D800E + 105mm f2.8 G VR


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    Oamkumar: Very impressive! Beautiful subject as well. (Your son is a handsome fellow as well.)

    Carlos: Excellent portrait of your son. I'm a big fan of "short lighting"... great example.

    Rayyan: That chocolate is killing me!!! Beautifully captured. The rust is impressive too... take an "after" shot for us as well. Also, I agree about Reno/Tahoe, it is a very nice area. I'm not a fan of Las Vegas either. I didn't get much time in Reno, as I was just passing through on the way to a family funeral in the Sacramento, CA area. My much-loved aunt passed away last week. A blessing really; she had suffered for years.
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    Thank you Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Yes. On the other side I hardly shoot HDR with the D800 because the DR is not bad.
    Uwe, you are right, in fact the DR is very good, but when there is a feature in a camera like D800E
    you expect to be able to use it, may be not in every picture, but you know it's there when you need it.
    For my Stadium picture the DR was not enough and I had to process four times in C1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulraphael View Post

    -Have you used the 24-70 2.8? Reviews aren't entirely consistent, but mine rivals the best primes I've used, not counting field curvature at the wide end. Its biggest sin is the big dumb form factor. I use it on a tripod mostly.
    Paul,
    You are lucky, I tried that lens and the result was not any better than 24-85,
    only one stop faster which was not important for me. In a comparison test
    the quality at 50 is not better than my old Nikkor 50 mm f/2 from 1968 .
    At 80 the quality is worse than 80mm Planar of my Hasselblad from 1970
    and at 40 is worse than my Distagon from the same era.
    I am trying to test some Mamya lenses, they are much lighter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manouch shirzad View Post
    Paul,
    You are lucky, I tried that lens and the result was not any better than 24-85,
    only one stop faster which was not important for me. In a comparison test
    the quality at 50 is not better than my old Nikkor 50 mm f/2 from 1968 .
    At 80 the quality is worse than 80mm Planar of my Hasselblad from 1970
    and at 40 is worse than my Distagon from the same era.
    I am trying to test some Mamya lenses, they are much lighter.
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    In order to get it to 80, maybe you had to twist the zoom ring past the point where it broke

    I haven't directly tested the lenses you're mentioning on the d800, but I find the 24-70 to be dramatically sharper at all focal lengths than the single-coated 80mm planar (70s? 60s?) that I borrowed for my last project.

    At 50mm it's sharper in the center (but not quite as sharp in the corners) than my 50 1.8g, which is sharper all around than my 50 1.8 ai-s that I got in the 1980s.

    It seems sharper at 24mm than my old 24mm ai-s lens (but that's not around to compare anymore, and my copy wasn't so great).

    It's not as sharp as my 28mm schneider PC super angulon (unshifted). And I know some people here think that lens is a dog.

    Not sure what to conclude from any of this ...

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    Rayyan: That chocolate is killing me!!! Beautifully captured. The rust is impressive too... take an "after" shot for us as well. Also, I agree about Reno/Tahoe, it is a very nice area. I'm not a fan of Las Vegas either. I didn't get much time in Reno, as I was just passing through on the way to a family funeral in the Sacramento, CA area. My much-loved aunt passed away last week. A blessing really; she had suffered for years.
    Lloyd, sorry to hear about your aunt. May she rest in peace.

    We are at the end of the holiday season ( end of fasting ); the chocolates get
    replenished quite frequently!! And the dates!! And the coffee!!

    Regards to you both.

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    Which way to Photokina?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulraphael View Post
    Yes, I agree. Unless you could set the interval. My only interest would be in solving the problem Manouch mentions, which I've suffered too: losing count.

    One positive point ... I bracket shutter speeds on my industrial interior work, because I'm used to the images requiring HDR processing. So far with the d800 my best results have come from a single exposure, and just goosing the shadows in post. Probably when I get a little more comfortable with the camera's powers, bracketing will become a fallback for unusual circumstances rather than business as usual.
    You can select continuous L, set the shooting interval to 2 seconds, set the auto bracket, select live view ( which locks the mirror up) then hold the remote release down. It will then take all the shots of your AB sequence with 2 seconds between shots then stop. This is how I shoot many of my exposures. I do agree the 1 stop AB limitation is kind of ridiculous on a camera with this amount of dynamic range.

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    >I do agree the 1 stop AB limitation is kind of ridiculous on a camera with this amount of dynamic range.

    The funny thing is that Nikon had one camera that could do 2 EV (I think it was the D90). I thought they finally listened.
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    Sweet Tooth?

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    You still killing me, Rayyan!! Those would be disappearing if they were here. (I'm trying to be good, but I've put on 10lbs this summer!! Yikes! Time to stop being lazy!)

    Oh, and both the chocolates and the "Which way to Photokina?" are excellent.
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    Lloyd, thanks. Help yourself..


    Regards to Mimi and yourself.

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    Here is one I made with the 85PC-E, For me it's the best lens for food shots.
    I always get hungry when I shoot food, maybe it's the wrong job for me, very strange
    I use Uwe's DOP fine detail sharpening script a lot. Thanks Uwe! Ydo
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    LOL. Thank you!

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    The landscape in south of Sweden right now. The region is called Skåne.

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    Which way to Photokina?

    ...this way please...





    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Objects in the rear view mirror.....

    The famous Burj Al Arab - Hotel in Dubai.
    D800, 24-70/2.8


    Greetings, Jurgen

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    HDR shot of a beautiful island in Thailand:

    D800, Sigma 15mm/2.8



    Greetings, Jurgen

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    Neonlights in Koh Samui/Thailand:

    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/125s, f/3.2, ISO 100



    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Colorkey of the "Dakota Building" near Central Park, NYC.

    D700, 24-70/2.8, 1/100 s, f / 8.0, ISO 200




    Greetings, Jurgen

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    It doesn't matter what people criticize this lens, I love mine
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    Mt. Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
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    Shoot in a car at 14, 000 ft elevation 2 weeks ago. It was raining and very windy/cold (34 degrees F) outside.
    Have a great weekend!
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    Great Landscapelover! I also love the 14-24. Here's a shot from the Morsum kliff on the German island Sylt. D800 14-24 @ 16mm f7.1
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    These photos are great..I love these threads, but there's one thing that stands out for me in the D800 photographs. There's an apparent lack of "micro contrast" in most every image...mine images too! I'm not sure if it's because of web sized images and differences in monitor calibration, but there'a a flatness to my images straight from the camera. I can edit them for a cleaner look, but curious if others are experiencing this?

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    Maybe it's a color profile thing. the first one was Adobe RGB, this one is in sRGB. Ydo
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    Great Landscapelover! I also love the 14-24. Here's a shot from the Morsum kliff on the German island Sylt. D800 14-24 @ 16mm f7.1
    Fantastic Ydol! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    These photos are great..I love these threads, but there's one thing that stands out for me in the D800 photographs. There's an apparent lack of "micro contrast" in most every image...mine images too! I'm not sure if it's because of web sized images and differences in monitor calibration, but there'a a flatness to my images straight from the camera. I can edit them for a cleaner look, but curious if others are experiencing this?
    Other people may have different opinions. Compared to the D800E (doesn't matter what lenses), pictures from my P1 IQ180 need less processing, have better color quality, more 3D look and, most importantly, look better in big prints.
    However, the price is much higher too. I think both of them are excellent cameras. Although I've already have the IQ180, I'm glad I've owned the D800E too.

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    Well I don't have an IQ180 but my experience with digital had been that the more pixels, the bigger sensor area and the newer technologies it brings, makes your images even better. I have played with files from Hasselblad HD40 and Pentax 645 and they are different, more 3d looking and colors handled better.
    Recently I did an interior shooting in a CH store, took a Hasselblad HD40 and my old 5D MKII. To get the handbags colours right from the MKII was hell. The Hasselblad was so easy. One other thing about the Hasselblad was that even at 100% it did't look digital plasticy as 35mm files.
    No doubt about the qualities of a bigger sensor and CCD colours..

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    Well, the D800e is definitely in my future (unless I win Lotto or a mysterious benefactor bequeaths me an MFD system), so the more I learn on how to work with it, the better.
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    I don't see the image frankie.
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    boca


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    Cadillac Mountain
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    I was driving to the top of the Cadillac Mountain. My jaws dropped when I first saw it. It's pretty much the REAL color. it lasted for only a few minutes. This was my first picture of the day and I didn't even have time to bracket.

    I hope you guys like it.

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    The landscape in south of Sweden right now. The region is called Skåne.

    Nikon D3x | AF-S 50/1,4G | f1,4 | 1/5000 | iso 100 | Feisol CT-3472LV | Feisol CB-50D
    Nice creative use of DoF to isolate the subject. I thought at first you'd used reverse tilt vs wide open 50/1.4. Very nice tonality and mood in this too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

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

    I was driving to the top of the Cadillac Mountain. My jaws dropped when I first saw it. It's pretty much the REAL color. it lasted for only a few minutes. This was my first picture of the day and I didn't even have time to bracket.

    I hope you guys like it.

    Thanks
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    Pramote, I believe it. I've got several images like this that people always ask if it's real or photoshop. Sometimes it's hard for folks to understand that sometimes the sky will have such intensity of colour - you've got to be there to believe it.
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    D800, ISO 640, Nikkor 24-120mm @ 120mm f/13, 1/640s

    My first post. Still learning how to use the camera. This photo was taken of my son and new daughter-in-law as they were exchanging vows. When the image came up on my monitor, my first thought was that "When a woman looks at you like this, your bachelor days are pretty much history."

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    More Barcelona, Barceloneta, local bar - D800 24-70/f2.8 - handheld.
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    This was shot with with my D800e with Zeiss Makro 100 f2 lens. Doll Collection in South Park City, Colorado, an 1800's restored (in semi arrested decay) mining town. This was converted to toned black and white in Silver Efex Pro 2. Eleanor

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    The landscape in south of Sweden right now. The region is called Skåne.

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