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    Promote: Wonderful portrait.

    Aboud: Very kewl. I need one of those.

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    I saw this sculpture in a gallery in Santa Fe. If you bought it you can indicate your mood with your mate by how you position the face. D700, 60 Micro
    Interesting! I would assume positioning of the faces would increase dramatically in frequency during periods of intense camera/lens purchases or alternatively shoe/handbag purchases....although I'm not saying which spouce is accountable for which one of these respective purchases.

    Nice image of Jason Werth! As an aside, I came "this close" to making it out to the Nats last game. It's always fun to shoot there. The night before had the most erie lighting with the game under heavy fog with the outline of stadium lighting creating interesting patterns.


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    [QUOTE=eleanorbrown;456732]Thanks Promote...it was a black and white conversion in Silver Efex Pro. Oh, and I realized I forgot to answer your question about if I'm using my P65+. I purposely left it in houston for the summer because I wanted to use this time to get to know the D800e and concentrate on getting the best prints possible. It's the only camera I've used since the first part of the summer. When I go back to Houston this weekend I plan to begin doing comparisons with the two cameras and get a better idea what camera works best in various situations. I also want to compare my D800e files....smoothness, color, etc. to the 65+ files of the same subject, and see how close I can get with the 800e to the quality i get with my Phase back. So I'll be doing lots of experimenting for the time being. Eleanor

    Thanks Eleanor! Please let me know your conclusion. Pramote

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    Promote: Wonderful portrait.

    Aboud: Very kewl. I need one of those.
    Thanks Lloyd! Pramote

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    Dave, if you're a fan you will appreciate this one. Teddy wins after 500 losses. Go Nats!
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    Two recent D800E shots....using 85mm 1.4G
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    Two recent D800E shots....using 85mm 1.4G
    Excellent, especially the b/w.

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    Excellent, especially the b/w.
    Thanks Lloyd, I still serving my apprenticeship for Strobe lighting.. I'll get there eventually..

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    One more with 85mm ....
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    Nikon D3x | AF-S VR Micro NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED | f11 | 1/125 | iso100 | Feisol tripod CT-3472LV
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    That's really wonderful, Mikael.

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    D800mm and 85MM.. Softbox behind and BD in front with reflectors....

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    Nice effect and interesting catchlights.

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    Cropped version of an earlier shot....

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    Thanks Lloyd!
    The autumn is so beautiful!

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    Nikon D3x | AF-S VR Micro NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED | f11 | 1/125 | iso100 | Feisol tripod CT-3472LV
    This is classy and elegant.Well done..

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    Thanks RVB!

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    Lovely and sensitive portrait Pramote. Well seen and wonderful tonalities. eleanor

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

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    Badlands, SD...with D800e and 14-24 lens. Two interpretations...can't quite decide which I prefer. Eleanor



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    Thanks Thorkil, actually this was taken after the sun had set and the light was soft. Eleanor

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    Exquisite colour-tones, Eleanor! (it looks like a cool morningview, is it?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    This is classy and elegant.Well done..
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    Dave, if you're a fan you will appreciate this one. Teddy wins after 500 losses. Go Nats!
    Yes, big fan (My days of being a New Yorker and inseperable from the Mets are long over!)

    Aboud, both an historic and great shot! . Take a look though at those gold sneakers Teddy's wearing...not his usual footware. I bet if they auction them off, they'd fetch a pretty penny. I hear though there was a lot of <cough cough> hanky panky going on by some other team's mascot that worked in Teddy's favor. Whether thats what happened I don't know.

    For those in the forums that haven't a clue what we're taking about...at each Nats home baseball game, four Presidential figures race against one another around the perimeter of the ballpack, only for all loyal fans to see Teddy Roosevelt as Aboud metion, loose 500 consecutive times (he's never won)...that is till now! The historic day came within a one day of the Nats winning the National League East Division. Something tells me we haven't seen the last of Teddy (nor the Nats in the playoffs )

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    [QUOTE=eleanorbrown;456955]Badlands, SD...with D800e and 14-24 lens. Two interpretations...can't quite decide which I prefer. Eleanor
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    ..okay, I got wrong while morgenlight can be such an exiting mixture of cool light but at the same time very soft..
    well, here, the bottum one, because the shadow climbing uphil does something wrong and makes the hill-colors too pale..

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    Lovely and sensitive portrait Pramote. Well seen and wonderful tonalities. eleanor
    Thanks very much Eleanor for your kind words! Pramote

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    Eleanor...Wonderful light and atmosphere! I've never been there. How do you like the Badlands?
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    Beautiful indeed! Great shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
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    Another stunner, Pramote. Wow.

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    From my morning hike on Teddy Roosevelt Island. For those of you on the left coast, this is a small island between Arlington Va and Washington, D.C.

    Nikon D600, 85MM 1.8. Processed RAW through LR. The rendering and color fidelity of this new sensor continues to amaze me.
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    Gotta say, that is impressive, Aboud. And excellent images as well.

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    Thanks Lloyd, I appreciate the comments. There is nothing like early morning like to set the creative juices flowing.
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    One more from 85mm 1.4g.. A great lens..

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    [QUOTE=aboudd;457094]From my morning hike on Teddy Roosevelt Island. For those of you on the left coast, this is a small island between Arlington Va and Washington, D.C.

    Nikon D600, 85MM 1.8. Processed RAW through LR. The rendering and color fidelity of this new sensor continues to amaze me.[/QUExcept lovely images

    Lovely images Aboud. In all these years, I've yet to step food on Teddy Roosevelt Island, although I pass right by the footbridgE to it maybe 1-2 times most weeks (while cycling). Unfortunately noontime to stop or don't want to chance leaving good bike locked up off island ( where no bikes allowed).

    If the D600 had a little bit more of "this" and a bit more of "that" , sort of a mini D4, my decision to go with one would be made so much easier....although your images and comments are very convincing.

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    Now Dave, we all know you've got a suitcase full of money under your bed, so lift that lid, let the moths out and make your move! ;-) What "this and that" do you think is missing? You are paying for a great sensor, and an easy to handle lightweight camera, not the gee-gaws that make the techno-geeks kvell. Do you want surround sound, a fold-out 42" LCD, what?! Seriously, I have both the D4 and the D600 and I have yet to find anything lacking in the D600 that would have kept me from buying it. No, the build quality is not equal to the D700, but neither is the price, and you get 24 MPX vs. 12 MPX for a few hundred more than a used D700, but it is good enough unless you are the type to abuse your gear, which you are decidedly not. Unless you need the clean high ISO and higher speed drive of a D700, it is an easy decision.

    Here is one more from TRI ...
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    Pramote and Eleanor,
    I can't keep up with you guys
    A few more from Telluride

    Fall colors is coming to an end up here..

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    Eleanor,
    This is the one......

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    Eleanor...Wonderful light and atmosphere! I've never been there. How do you like the Badlands?
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    Steven these are all stunning!!! You have such wonderful landscape down there too! well seen! eleanor

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    Pramote and Eleanor,
    I can't keep up with you guys
    A few more from Telluride

    Fall colors is coming to an end up here..

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    Thanks Eleanor....
    Colorado really has so much to offer all of us.
    Between yourself and Pramote, you guys have been killing it.
    Great Images from everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Pramote and Eleanor,
    I can't keep up with you guys
    A few more from Telluride

    Fall colors is coming to an end up here..

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    Truly amazing Steven!
    We had a light snow this morning in Denver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Thanks Eleanor....
    Colorado really has so much to offer all of us.
    Between yourself and Pramote, you guys have been killing it.
    Great Images from everyone.
    Thanks Steven! I am honored. Pramote

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    I stopped by at the Cherry Creek State Park on the way to work this morning after the light snow.
    I had only a Nikon 50mm f/1.4 on the D800E.
    Sorry Steven, it's nothing like Telluride
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    Now Dave, we all know you've got a suitcase full of money under your bed, so lift that lid, let the moths out and make your move! ;-) What "this and that" do you think is missing? You are paying for a great sensor, and an easy to handle lightweight camera, not the gee-gaws that make the techno-geeks kvell. Do you want surround sound, a fold-out 42" LCD, what?! Seriously, I have both the D4 and the D600 and I have yet to find anything lacking in the D600 that would have kept me from buying it. No, the build quality is not equal to the D700, but neither is the price, and you get 24 MPX vs. 12 MPX for a few hundred more than a used D700, but it is good enough unless you are the type to abuse your gear, which you are decidedly not. Unless you need the clean high ISO and higher speed drive of a D700, it is an easy decision.

    Here is one more from TRI ...
    I've been looking for that misplaced suitcase for over 40 years...LOL! Actually you hit the nail on the head. What I actually desire is essentually the same robust built camera body, with frame rate, Extremely low light AF ability and and overall general funtionality as a D700, but with 24MP and possibly a bit cleaner high ISO performance. It appears the D600 is almost there, but it's Af is supposedly more like that in a D7000, which was a non go on a variety of fronts (for some paying jobs), simply due to it's AF and overall lack of responsivenes when pushed. I really need to rent/shoot the D600 to make a well defined evaluation, based on the shooting enviorment I'll primarilty be using it in.

    The D3s/D4 would be fine, but since I am using the 645D simultaniously for it's resolution/file size, I was hoping for something physically smaller and lighter than Nikon's usual pro bodies, especially when I have to work with both camera systems.

    You may be right, the D600 might just about fit my needs, but until I try, I'll nevber be certain.

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    Pramote.
    It may not be Telluride, but at least you got some snow. Here where I'm at, we can surely use some snow for a good ski season.
    Thanks for the nice words though

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    I stopped by at the Cherry Creek State Park on the way to work this morning after the light snow.
    I had only a Nikon 50mm f/1.4 on the D800E.
    Sorry Steven, it's nothing like Telluride
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    Very lovely and delicate pramote..kind of what I wanted to take but had to pass by...we are on our way back to Houston ...I hated to leave on such a beautiful day with the snow on the willows and grasses!...also I think you would enjoy the Badlands for the photo opportunities....all you would need is your Z 18!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    I stopped by at the Cherry Creek State Park on the way to work this morning after the light snow.
    I had only a Nikon 50mm f/1.4 on the D800E.
    Sorry Steven, it's nothing like Telluride

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    @ckhfrankie,

    great shot.

    Greetings, Jurgen

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    Very nice, Pramote. Too soon for snow by my count!!

    Frankie, that is a stunner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Very lovely and delicate pramote..kind of what I wanted to take but had to pass by...we are on our way back to Houston ...I hated to leave on such a beautiful day with the snow on the willows and grasses!...also I think you would enjoy the Badlands for the photo opportunities....all you would need is your Z 18!
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    Thanks Eleanor for your kind words! I will certainly mark Badlands in a wish lists. It would be a light trip with only the D800E + Z18

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Pramote.
    It may not be Telluride, but at least you got some snow. Here where I'm at, we can surely use some snow for a good ski season.
    Thanks for the nice words though

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    Thanks very much Steven! I hope you have good snow this year. Pramote

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