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    I'm just starting to process stuff from NY last week but thought I would post this one since its from the Tammy 24-70 lens at 70mm ISO 200 at 2.8

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    A new edit after 5 weeks on the subway with the d800.
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    Thanks Thorkil...here's the specs...22mm, 5.6 @1/100 sec. 64 ISO hand held. Colors were quite unusual which is what i liked here. Eleanor

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    The Fall colors in Summit County, Colorado this year are incredible...These two were taken today...with drizzle in deep woods on Boreas Pass road, south of Breckenridge, CO ..Mountains were in the clouds and this high road had unusual colors. It had rained yesterday and all night and some of today and the colors were saturated. D800e and 14-24 lens. Eleanor
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    Wonderful pictures Eleanor. At which aperture and speed?
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    Thanks Pramote...I have never had a better day for shooting fall color...anywhere... Rain and drizzle for almost two days, clouds on the mountains..everything was soaked and saturated, even the aspen bark and leaves on the ground. The colors were very unusual in places as in these two images. I drove many places in summit county for about 5 hours and got lots of stuff, my 800e got soaked just from shooting out the car window! I'm getting ready to send back the zeiss 18mm that I decided to order to try. Did extensive comparison testing all one afternoon with my 14-24 and came to the conclusion the only advantage for me was the light weight of the Zeiss. I found myself wishing I had my 14-24 on camera instead despite the bulk. My 14-24 is incredible and I was glad I had it on camera yesterday as I used all focal lengths.

    Now, after seeing your Acadia work I am definitely going to have to make a trip up there! Eleanor

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    Very beautiful Eleanor! Colors are amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Thanks Pramote...I have never had a better day for shooting fall color...anywhere... Rain and drizzle for almost two days, clouds on the mountains..everything was soaked and saturated, even the aspen bark and leaves on the ground. The colors were very unusual in places as in these two images. I drove many places in summit county for about 5 hours and got lots of stuff, my 800e got soaked just from shooting out the car window! I'm getting ready to send back the zeiss 18mm that I decided to order to try. Did extensive comparison testing all one afternoon with my 14-24 and came to the conclusion the only advantage for me was the light weight of the Zeiss. I found myself wishing I had my 14-24 on camera instead despite the bulk. My 14-24 is incredible and I was glad I had it on camera yesterday as I used all focal lengths.

    Now, after seeing your Acadia work I am definitely going to have to make a trip up there! Eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor! You will find out the Acadia is well worth to visit. Please let me know if I can share my experience.
    I am sorry about the Zeiss 18mm. I think the choice of lens is "personality". That's why people are different. That's why our photos are not the same. It's not the lens, it's a "Vision". Please don't stop using the 14-24, your pictures are amazing. Will you sell yours to me?
    At least, you will love your 14-24mm more and more and it doesn't matter what people would say
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    Pramote the thing that was really difficult for me with the 18 zeiss was the focusing. I had to rely on the green focus dot in the camera and unlike my zeiss 100 makro, the green dot in the 18mm would stay on while I moved the focus ring back and forth a bit so getting exact focus was challenging at best. I could get exact focus with magnified view in live view on a tripod but I wanted the lens for handholding primarily. With the 14-24 i use auto focus all the time and I have it calibrated very well for viewfinder focusing in camera. Eleanor

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    Thanks Eleanor! You will find out the Acadia is well worth to visit. Please let me know if I can share my experience.
    I am sorry about the Zeiss 18mm. I think the choice of lens is "personality". That's why people are different. That's why our photos are not the same. It's not the lens, it's a "Vision". Please don't stop using the 14-24, your pictures are amazing. Will you sell yours to me?
    At least, you will love your 14-24mm more and more and it doesn't matter what people would say
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    I love that image Manouch.
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    Few more from my drive with the D800e yesterday to shoot some fall color near Breckenridge, Colorado. First two taken with the 85 1.4 and the last one with the 14-24 lenses. Eleanor





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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Pramote the thing that was really difficult for me with the 18 zeiss was the focusing. I had to rely on the green focus dot in the camera and unlike my zeiss 100 makro, the green dot in the 18mm would stay on while I moved the focus ring back and forth a bit so getting exact focus was challenging at best. I could get exact focus with magnified view in live view on a tripod but I wanted the lens for handholding primarily. With the 14-24 i use auto focus all the time and I have it calibrated very well for viewfinder focusing in camera. Eleanor
    Eleanor, but don't you think the 14-24 is smearing quit a lot in the corners?
    But yes AF is also a strong issue for me, for fast and handheld handling. But I gues the Zeis 18 was sharper to look at? Of your beautiful last 3, the top, 85, has a lot of splendid perspective, and I think the last, 14-24mm, is somewhat soft in buttom-corners? I must admit I had dumped the lens(14-24), but your enthusiasm do that I might give it another seriously try.
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    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5; Lee 0.6 GND; Lee CPL filter.
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    Making do with the measly 12mp...how passť.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME
    Nikon D800E and Zeiss 18mm f/3.5.
    Pramote,

    Excellent image. Sharp from foreground to background. I'm curious about where your focus point was in this image. And how you determined white balance. It's a challenging scene, and one you nailed. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Pramote,

    Excellent image. Sharp from foreground to background. I'm curious about where your focus point was in this image. And how you determined white balance. It's a challenging scene, and one you nailed. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks very much Joe for your kind words.
    I've almost always set up the WB as either daylight or auto. I am not very serious as I can always adjust the Kevin again in PS as long as I can remember the scene.
    The light was already very good and I made only minor adjustment. You can see from the clouds which filtrated the sunlight. It's fantastic for rocks. I believe I also used the CPL filter (105mm) in front of the standard Lee holder.
    I believe I used hyperfocal distance and live view (because my main elements are the granite rocks) although this lens is always sharp all the way from few feet to infinity with f/16-22 and infinity focus.
    I hope you have a great time in ME. The Acadia is a very beautiful place.
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    Passť not! More camera than most people need! Very nice shot too!

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    Hi Thorkil, my 14-24 is surprisingly sharp in the corners. I have been looking carefully at the corners on these recent shots of fall color and the corners are really sharp, especially at f8. I spent the whole afternoon doing extensive comparison testing of my 14-24 and Z18. Scenes in my house and garage where there was no wind to blur the shots..fabrics, garage wall with fishing gear, snowshoes, skies, etc..(lots of very detailed stuff)...all on tripod focused carefully magnified live view with both lenses...sometimes the corners were a tad better with the Zeiss, sometimes with the 14-24. used same f stop (f5.6 or f8). Corners of the Zeiss were dark compared to the Nikon and the Nikon image had a tad more pop to it and in some cases equal or better micro contrast. In some cases the shots were pretty equal in IQ with both lenses. Then I went outdoors with the camera and lenses handheld and shot stuff around my home from shots of our jeep to shots of aspens, etc...just stuff. This is where I had issues with focusing through the viewfinder with close up things with the Zeiss. I used auto focus with the 14-24. I loved the size and weight of the Zeiss and that was a huge attraction but in the end I really missed having the 14mm end of the zoom so at least for now, will be using 14-24. Eleanor

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    Eleanor, but don't you think the 14-24 is smearing quit a lot in the corners?
    But yes AF is also a strong issue for me, for fast and handheld handling. But I gues the Zeis 18 was sharper to look at? Of your beautiful last 3, the top, 85, has a lot of splendid perspective, and I think the last, 14-24mm, is somewhat soft in buttom-corners? I must admit I had dumped the lens(14-24), but your enthusiasm do that I might give it another seriously try.
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    Mt.Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Hi Thorkil, my 14-24 is surprisingly sharp in the corners. I have been looking carefully at the corners on these recent shots of fall color and the corners are really sharp, especially at f8. I spent the whole afternoon doing extensive comparison testing of my 14-24 and Z18. Scenes in my house and garage where there was no wind to blur the shots..fabrics, garage wall with fishing gear, snowshoes, skies, etc..(lots of very detailed stuff)...all on tripod focused carefully magnified live view with both lenses...sometimes the corners were a tad better with the Zeiss, sometimes with the 14-24. used same f stop (f5.6 or f8). Corners of the Zeiss were dark compared to the Nikon and the Nikon image had a tad more pop to it and in some cases equal or better micro contrast. In some cases the shots were pretty equal in IQ with both lenses. Then I went outdoors with the camera and lenses handheld and shot stuff around my home from shots of our jeep to shots of aspens, etc...just stuff. This is where I had issues with focusing through the viewfinder with close up things with the Zeiss. I used auto focus with the 14-24. I loved the size and weight of the Zeiss and that was a huge attraction but in the end I really missed having the 14mm end of the zoom so at least for now, will be using 14-24. Eleanor
    Thank you very much Eleanor(!) For spending time doing such a carefully review of the two lenses! You are right about the light on the 14-24, corner to corner, same clear light all over. But I might have got hold of a bad example. But I can borough the Zeiss 18mm in a store in Copenhagen for some hours, so I have to do some testing as you did. I got mine adjusted by Nikon including a free fine tune to the 800E. And I must admit I love to have such a wide range at disposal, and yes, doing handhold without AF would be annoying, unless you just rely on guessing with prefocus and f.8
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    Yesterday I got my Nikon 24mm F2.8D lens and Nikon 20mm F2.8D lenses. And I could take few shots just before rain with the 20mm F2.8D. Took the picture of the river Periyar, flowing next to my house.


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    Passť not! More camera than most people need! Very nice shot too!
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    Thanks pal. Seems 10-12 mp is the limit I can carry!!

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    Oh my! Gorgeous color! Where on mt Evans did you shoot this? What are we going to do until the high road opens again next may!? ;-(...Eleanor

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    Great shot as always. I don't want to be Mr. bad guy but I think there is a dirt sport at 11 o'clock either on the sensor or the lense which is also at the same spot in the previous photo (or maybe a stationary eagle 5 miles high ).

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    Loved the originals, Frankie, but this is outstanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Summit Lake, Mount Evans, Idaho Springs, CO
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    That is a stunner, Pramote.

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    Jurgen: I've tried two different computers, and reloaded the page multiple times, but I can't get the "dynamic/motion" or "Zoom!!" Shots to fully load. What I can see looks cool. Wish I could see the rest.

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    Jurgen: I've tried two different computers, and reloaded the page multiple times, but I can't get the "dynamic/motion" or "Zoom!!" Shots to fully load. What I can see looks cool. Wish I could see the rest.
    Hi Lloyd,

    that's weird - I did nothing else than before, meaning I uploaded the photos on photobucket and right now I am at work and even with our crappy PC's here I can see it.....anyway, I try to upload it here:

    Greetings, Jurgen

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    Hi Lloyd,

    that's weird - I did nothing else than before, meaning I uploaded the photos on photobucket and right now I am at work and even with our crappy PC's here I can see it.....anyway, I try to upload it here:

    Greetings, Jurgen
    Thanks Jurgen, I appreciate you going to that much trouble. And, it's a great image. Nicely done.
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    Thanks Jurgen, I appreciate you going to that much trouble. And, it's a great image. Nicely done.
    Hi Lloyd,

    thank you very much, I really appreciate it. No worries about the trouble....small step for me, one giant leap...

    Can you see the photo with the plasma ball ?
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    From the Monterey "Art in the Adobes" event:







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    Another visit today with the D800e and Zeiss 100 makro lens to the 1800's restored mining town. South Park City, CO. A little different interpretation as I like images that have an abstract feel. First image taken in the old restored Pharmacy and the second, in the old postoffice and the last one of an old antique lantern. Eleanor





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    One of my first shots with the D800:



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    Fountain inside the Dubai Mall:





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    Time !

    (trying out the 105/s.8 micro)



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    D700, 24-70/2.8



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    Inside the Empire State:



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    Oh my! Gorgeous color! Where on mt Evans did you shoot this? What are we going to do until the high road opens again next may!? ;-(...Eleanor
    Thanks Eleanor if was in AM after the sunrise at the Summit Lake. I will miss Mt. Evan. You're right, I will miss Mount Evans...Until next year. Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    Great shot as always. I don't want to be Mr. bad guy but I think there is a dirt sport at 11 o'clock either on the sensor or the lense which is also at the same spot in the previous photo (or maybe a stationary eagle 5 miles high ).

    Greetings, Jurgen
    Thanks Jurgen! It's a sensor.
    I've never cleaned it! My bad!
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    That is a stunner, Pramote.
    Thanks Lloyd! I really appreciate it. Pramote

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    Denver. Viewed from Mt. Evans, Idaho Springs, CO.
    Nikon D800E; Zeiss 18mm f/3.5. Just before sunrise.
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    Bar Harbour, ME
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    Nikon D800E; Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; Stitching and crop on the sides. The photo was > 1:4 ratio. Now it is in 6X17 format.
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    It was raining.
    Nikon D800E; Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; Stitching and crop on the sides. The photo was > 1:4 ratio. Now it is in 6X17 format.
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    Jorgen, you are quite familiar with HK's geography...! I took it near Fei Ngo Shan...!!
    Thank you. Never been up there, but found it on the map. Have to go there on my next visit

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    Rayyan: That's a special, respectful image. Thank you for sharing.

    Jurgen: Cool shots. Are you in NY now? I was there all last week. We put a group of forum members together for some shooting one day. Would have loved to have you join us.

    Pramote: Another winner. You seem to have a special relationship with that mountain.
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    Thanks Jurgen! It's a sensor.
    I've never cleaned it! My bad!
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    Hi Pramote,

    no problem, you are welcome...maybe I have become a bit "hyper" regarding sensor dust, resulting in the "Sensor Cleaning Thread"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Rayyan: That's a special, respectful image. Thank you for sharing.

    Jurgen: Cool shots. Are you in NY now? I was there all last week. We put a group of forum members together for some shooting one day. Would have loved to have you join us.

    Pramote: Another winner. You seem to have a special relationship with that mountain.
    Thanks very much Lloyd! Mount Evans is not far from my home at all (56 miles from Denver). It is a highest paved road in North America (14, 265 Ft). I was there many times with my family. My kids love the mountain goats and it is the only place to see them. I know this place like my fingers.
    Due to high elevation, the sky has never been the same. When I went there, I moved from one place to the others and I can shoot all day. The same is for Rocky Mountain National Park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Jurgen: Cool shots. Are you in NY now? I was there all last week. We put a group of forum members together for some shooting one day. Would have loved to have you join us.
    Hi Lloyd,

    the photos are from 2009 when we were in New York. I wish I was in NY now or even better could have attended that meeting you mentioned but "unfortunately" I am in the sandpit in Dubai / Abu Dhabi.
    We will go to San Francisco, Las Vegas / Grand Canyon and maybe also Los Angeles early December.

    btw - off topic, I heard/read so many negative stories about LA -would you recommend to go there for a couple of days or should we skip it and spend more time at the other destinations ? (knowing that this is of course is a question of personal experience/opinion)

    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Hi Pramote,

    no problem, you are welcome...maybe I have become a bit "hyper" regarding sensor dust, resulting in the "Sensor Cleaning Thread"
    Thanks Jurgen! I've cleaned my IQ180 back all the time as it is so easy.
    When it comes to DSLR, I always have a problem, thanks for your post.
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