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

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    Rayyan, Jurgen, looks like you've got a theme going out there on the sand. Hope you find Photokina!
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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.
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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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    Great stuff, Promote. Both good, but that one on Cadillac Mountain is unbelievable!! (I believe you, just can't imagine the seeing that one in person.)

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    You are so busted, Rayyan.
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    D800 + AFs 24-70mm f/2.8
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    Starkly beautiful, Frankie.

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    Love these infrareds, Matto. Nice.

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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    I loved that lens when I had the opportunity to try it out.
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    Was on a little trip to Oregon and took the D800E and these are all from a new lens I just got the Zeiss 25mm F2 lens. So far I really like it.

    Shot handheld except for the night shot.

    Shot at F5.6



    Shot from my hotel room downtown Portland through a glass window at 15 seconds at F10. Pretty dang impressed by the detail on this one through glass no less



    Cannon Beach Haystack Rock. Handheld at F9


    another at F9



    Shot at ISO 200 at F6.3 with SB 700 for fill

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    I did not run these through any distortion correction YET. Wanted to post without it
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    May have posted a version earlier but this is a new edit:

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    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.



    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.

    Thanks very much Graham!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great stuff, Promote. Both good, but that one on Cadillac Mountain is unbelievable!! (I believe you, just can't imagine the seeing that one in person.)
    Thanks so much Lloyd! It was a great feeling.

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    Estes Park taken from Trail Ridge Road
    Nikon D800E and Zeiss 18mm f/3.5
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    Hey pal can you spare a piece of that Italian cheese your eating .

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Guy how would you compare the zeiss with your Nikon 24 1.4? Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I did not run these through any distortion correction YET. Wanted to post without it

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    Very nice! I have also been shooting the night sky with my 800e at 14mm...first time I've ever done any night shooting. What was your exposure, iso, apeture, etc? Eleanor

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    Estes Park taken from Trail Ridge Road
    Nikon D800E and Zeiss 18mm f/3.5

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    Im actually liking it better, without a direct compare its tough but I think it has a little more micro contrast in the details and color is a little richer. Bokeh is nice wide open as well. Its funny as much as I like having AF i would rather shoot MF. So what i am in the process of right now, is actually two kits.

    High End work.
    Zeiss 18, 25 F2 and 35 F2 all Zeiss there than my Nikon 85 1.4 and 200 F2. I may add here a 45PCE lens

    Fast type work

    Tamron 24-70 I just ordered yesterday( this is rated pretty good too), 85 1.4 and 200 F2

    Now on this kit I will also include the Zeiss 18mm and may add a 50 1.4

    Im also planning on the D600 to take over this PR work. I dont need a D800 for this stuff.

    Im also waiting for Photokinia on what maybe next out there. Im honestly not expecting a big year in that regards from many OEM's. But I'm up for being surprised by someone. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Very nice! I have also been shooting the night sky with my 800e at 14mm...first time I've ever done any night shooting. What was your exposure, iso, apeture, etc? Eleanor
    EXIF says 44min @ ISO800 but no lens data for some reason.

    Depending on the scene you may prefer to shoot a set of shorter images (say 4-5 min) and stack them using lighten mode in photoshop vs a single exposure. That allows you to avoid some of the light 'soak' issues that can occur with the super long single exposures. The other advantage can be if there are any flight trails you can edit them in single frames and more effectively remove them if you want.
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    Ylem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Very nice! I have also been shooting the night sky with my 800e at 14mm...first time I've ever done any night shooting. What was your exposure, iso, apeture, etc? Eleanor
    Thanks Elenor.
    Graham was right. It's 45 minutes, ISO 800 and f/5.6. Zeiss lens info often doesn't show up in the EXIF data. It was a Zeiss 18mm f/3.5. I like this lens.
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    Hey pal can you spare a piece of that Italian cheese your eating .

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    I pay my models with bread, he was not complaining too much. Came back the next day. LOL

    Shot with the 85 Nikon
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Guy how would you compare the zeiss with your Nikon 24 1.4? Eleanor

    Tough situation but look at the colors, pretty dang good.
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    Impressed it handled the subtle color of the green sweater. A lot of lenses would have blown that one.
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    Here's one of my first trys at shooting the night sky...this one shot at the Firehole Ranch, west of West Yellowstone, Montana one very dark night. I started out just guessing on settings and this was shot with my D800e with the 14-24 lens at 14mm at f 2.8, wide open, 30 seconds at iso 1000. Eleanor
    ps: there is a solid line just to the left center of the Milky Way..since this didn't come across as a dotted line (i.e.: lights on plane) I'm assuming this might be a shooting star. any other ideas??

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    Nice work Eleanor.
    Here's a portrait of my son. D800, 105VR, 400 ISO, F5,6
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    Thank you, and beautifully done portrait! eleanor

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    Nice work Eleanor.
    Here's a portrait of my son. D800, 105VR, 400 ISO, F5,6

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    Another one from 1800's restored town of South Park City, CO Child's room, shot with the D800e and Zeiss 100 makro f2. eleanor

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    [QUOTE=eleanorbrown;445901]Here's one of my first trys at shooting the night sky...this one shot at the Firehole Ranch, west of West Yellowstone, Montana one very dark night.
    ps: there is a solid line just to the left center of the Milky Way..since this didn't come across as a dotted line (i.e.: lights on plane) I'm assuming this might be a shooting star. any other ideas??

    Eleanor,

    Could be a satellite, tho' doesn't look bright enough for the ISS.

    There are sites listing satellite movements. Start with NASA.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Tough situation but look at the colors, pretty dang good.
    ...and somehow its also rather "roomy", more than the Nikkor glasses I think, and rich/saturated colours too it seems, but not too much, a more harmonic, allthough strong, colourbalance perhaps.
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    Thanks Gondolfi, actually someone on Facebook send me a link to the Satellite schedules. I will have to take a good look at that! eleanor



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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Here's one of my first trys at shooting the night sky...this one shot at the Firehole Ranch, west of West Yellowstone, Montana one very dark night.
    ps: there is a solid line just to the left center of the Milky Way..since this didn't come across as a dotted line (i.e.: lights on plane) I'm assuming this might be a shooting star. any other ideas??

    Eleanor,

    Could be a satellite, tho' doesn't look bright enough for the ISS.

    There are sites listing satellite movements. Start with NASA.

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.

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    D3200 + 24-120mm f/4 VR






















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    Very nice set, Uwe. I'm impressed with the results from that camera/lens combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    ps: there is a solid line just to the left center of the Milky Way..since this didn't come across as a dotted line (i.e.: lights on plane) I'm assuming this might be a shooting star. any other ideas??
    Satellites would need to illuminated by the sun and would record in an exposure while your are near dusk or dawn--even if the sky is quite dark. Around midnight, you will not see satellites. Shooting stars change brightness as they burn up leaving a trail with thinning ends and a brighter/fatter center.
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    D700 with Sigma 70/2.8 Macro, wide open at ISO 5000.


    Asleep by pgmj, on Flickr
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    Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
    Nikon D800E with Nikon 70-100mm f/2.8 VRII
    8 pictures stitching ~ 900mp JPEG file.
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    Cadillac Mountain
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    [QUOTE=Landscapelover;446085]
    Cadillac Mountain
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    Fabulous

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    Cadillac Mountain
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    Fabulous [/QUOTE]
    Thanks very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Cadillac Mountain
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    +1

    Excellent Pramote! I'm heading to Maine in late September. And I just bought the Zeiss 18mm.
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    D700 with Sigma 70/2.8 Macro, wide open at ISO 5000.

    Asleep by pgmj, on Flickr
    Beautiful, and I love the processing too.
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    [QUOTE=gandolfi;446087]
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    Cadillac Mountain
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    Fabulous
    Yes, fabulous indeed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Cadillac Mountain
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    Hammer , you nailed it !

    HDR ? A few words about the processing ?

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    Nice and looks so familiar ! As a child my family spent part of every summer in a cabin at Fall River Lodge at the base of Bighorn Mountain in the lower left part if your pan. Those experiences in this magical place were to shape the rest of my life! I see there is haze from the fires tho as there was in Wyoming and Montana when I was there recently. Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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    8 pictures stitching ~ 900mp JPEG file.

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    Thanks very much..Joe,Lloyd and Jurgen.
    Joe..You will enjoy the Zeiss 18mm. I really like it. I've thought about getting the 15mm.
    Jurgen..I bracketed and chose the best one. The D800E has a very good DR so I used only 1 picture. I believe I use 0.6 GND.
    I haven't used HDR although some people has great results with it. When I need high DR, I've used layers/masks from several pictures with different shutter speeds and messed around (Manual HDR).
    Thanks for asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Nice and looks so familiar ! As a child my family spent part of every summer in a cabin at Fall River Lodge at the base of Bighorn Mountain in the lower left part if your pan. Those experiences in this magical place were to shape the rest of my life! I see there is haze from the fires tho as there was in Wyoming and Montana when I was there recently. Eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor! RMNP is a magical place and it's never ceased amazing me.
    We are very fortunate to have 4 National Parks in CO plus Arches and Canyonlands National Parks nearby.
    I hope you enjoy your time in Wyoming and Montana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Here's one of my first trys at shooting the night sky...this one shot at the Firehole Ranch, west of West Yellowstone, Montana one very dark night. I started out just guessing on settings and this was shot with my D800e with the 14-24 lens at 14mm at f 2.8, wide open, 30 seconds at iso 1000. Eleanor
    ps: there is a solid line just to the left center of the Milky Way..since this didn't come across as a dotted line (i.e.: lights on plane) I'm assuming this might be a shooting star. any other ideas??

    I love this milky way. The tone is amazing.
    Pramote

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    Just airbrush out that streak. Great image
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    Thanks...all this has been experimenting for me..my first attempts ever with the night sky so a lot was guessing... I had the camera color set for daylight on this one. . Eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I love this milky way. The tone is amazing.
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