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    Coffee is on Mr.Sensor dust. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    That's the most serious occurrence of sensor dust I've ever seen.

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    Like isn't strong enough for this one, LOVE IT is. Jack I warned you when you got the lens that it was prone to strange aberrations.
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    A few more from Zion, we're all working up images together right now and I'm seeing LOTS of great captures! THese are all from my D800 and processed in C1-7.

    105DC, zeroed at f11:



    50/1.4 at f9:



    50/1.4 at f8, split-tone B&W conversion done in C1-7:

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    Zeiss 25mm F2 lens with 7 shot focus stack

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    Nikon D800, 105 F/2

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    Nikon D800, 85 f1.4G at f10

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    D800 Zeiss 18mm Zf2

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    Cindy Flood, Lloyd, D&A, ceh, BenH, Landscapelover, RVB...

    I am very grateful to you all for your encouragement.

    Best regards.

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    Guy, Jack..this is some serious photography going on there. I thought it was
    a simple hike with a D-Lux4!!

    Excellent images.

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    D800 85 f1.4G 3 shot stitch

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    D800 105 f2 Defocus control

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    Samyang 14mm. I am really impressed by this lens.

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    Decided to post this one with a little story. The other guys had called the sunset over and I said give it a few more minutes, sometimes you can get surprised. They waited a few minutes and started packing up their gear. I held off just that extra 2 minutes and was rewarded with a small pop of light. THis is only quickly processed on my laptop and will need some careful dodge and burn to get it to final state, but I think it's decent enough you get the idea...

    D800, 24 PC-E, .4 sec at f8, single file processed in C1-7 using local adjustments:

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    I was hidden out of your view bud. LOL

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    Bummer we are heading home.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Yup, it was a great trip, sorry it's over...
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    Flower power in the sun!


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    I plan this shoot this scene again,, when the van is gone....and probably with a TS lens.. D800E + 85mm 1.4g
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    Jack,
    On the way home I'd suggest taking 395 up through the Owns Valley to Hwy 89 (Monitor Pass) then continuing to Hwy 88 and head North over Carson pass to Jackson. The fall color was looking great last week and should be looking better this week. The areas I think will look best are North of Bishop, June Lake loop and in Hope Valley (on Hwy 88). Here are a couple snaps from last week.
    If you decide to go this way, check the weather there is a storm forecasted for a couple of days starting Monday.

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    Bishop Area:


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    Hope Valley:
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    Shot from a moving car.. D800E and 60mm [email protected]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Gale View Post
    Jack,
    On the way home I'd suggest taking 395 up through the Owns Valley to Hwy 89 (Monitor Pass) then continuing to Hwy 88 and head North over Carson pass to Jackson. The fall color was looking great last week and should be looking better this week. The areas I think will look best are North of Bishop, June Lake loop and in Hope Valley (on Hwy 88). Here are a couple snaps from last week.
    If you decide to go this way, check the weather there is a storm forecasted for a couple of days starting Monday.

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    Stunning color palette ....
    Bishop Area:


    Bishop Area:


    June Lake Loop:


    Hope Valley:


    Hope Valley:
    Stunning color palette ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Gale View Post
    Jack,
    On the way home I'd suggest taking 395 up through the Owns Valley to Hwy 89 (Monitor Pass) then continuing to Hwy 88 and head North over Carson pass to Jackson. The fall color was looking great last week and should be looking better this week. The areas I think will look best are North of Bishop, June Lake loop and in Hope Valley (on Hwy 88). Here are a couple snaps from last week.
    If you decide to go this way, check the weather there is a storm forecasted for a couple of days starting Monday.

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    Great suggestion, but I flew into Las Vegas, so no driving for me beyond that . We did the 395 corridor 2 years ago as a GetDPI workshop and got lots of great color including a lot of reds which aren't all that common here.

    Very nice series of images, thanks for sharing them!
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    One thing I can count on visiting this thread, consistent and regular high output of awesome photos!

    Great work everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

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    Stunning!
    Thanks very much for your kind words Rayyan!
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    Zeiss 18mm

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    Samyang 14mm.

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    D800E, 18mm Zeiss f3.5
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    Been enjoying the amazing new images from everyone on this forum...I'm not in Colorado right now...but back in Houston. Got tired of traffic and concrete so yesterday took my D800e on the Galveston ferry for a ride over to Port Bolivar. These taken with either the Nikon 35 1.4 or 14-24. Eleanor







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    Going through my take from Zion came up with a few more to share

    This is from a Zeiss 25mm at 2.5



    Sigma 150 2.8 lens at F4



    Zeiss 25mm with 2 shot focus stack



    Zeiss 18mm with a 30 second exposure

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    BTW my new Avatar photo is shot by Jack on Matts OMD-5 cam which I really like that little cam. Hoping Matt posts some images from that camera on the Oly side of the house. He took some really nice shots with it. I finally told him to start repeating those images with his tech cam and get some big files. LOL
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    Way behind... nice to see this thread getting some consistent action of late!!

    Freankie, Jurgen, Matto, MFnLF, Gary, Jack, Guy, RVP, Mr. Gale, Rayyan, ausemmao, Aboud, CBS777, Mikael, Pramote, Eleanor, and everyone else who's posted in the past couple of pages, Wow... just wow! Thanks for all the inspiration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    BTW my new Avatar photo is shot by Jack on Matts OMD-5 cam which I really like that little cam. Hoping Matt posts some images from that camera on the Oly side of the house. He took some really nice shots with it. I finally told him to start repeating those images with his tech cam and get some big files. LOL
    Correction: I shot YOUR avatar photo with my D800. You shot MY new avatar image with Matt's OMD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Correction: I shot YOUR avatar photo with my D800. You shot MY new avatar image with Matt's OMD!
    LOL so many camera's so little time. Man my memory is just a POS. LOL
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    I need to get an avatar. Anyway, in the meantime, here are is another from my recent trip. This is actually after the Zion workshop on my way to Los Angeles. I wanted to go to Artists Drive, but it was closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    BTW my new Avatar photo is shot by Jack on Matts OMD-5 cam which I really like that little cam. Hoping Matt posts some images from that camera on the Oly side of the house. He took some really nice shots with it. I finally told him to start repeating those images with his tech cam and get some big files. LOL
    My Oly is honored.
    I posted two (now three) pictures in the Fun with OM-D thread. I'm still going through them. Though looking at this thread, I wish I'd brought something with shallow DoF. That's one place where the m43 cameras (and tech cam lenses) can't compete.

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    Few more from the Galveston to Bolivar Ferry ride yesterday...D800e and Nikon 35 1.4 (first two) and 14-24 (last one) lenses. Eleanor





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    Nice set, Eleanor. Great catch on that first one especially.

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    Thanks Lloyd. The first one, the cute little redhead had a biscuit taken from her hand by a gull and was at first so excited but realized her finger got "nipped" a little by the gulls beak and had a tear or two but got right back to feeding them ! Fun to watch and photograph. eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    My Oly is honored.
    I posted two (now three) pictures in the Fun with OM-D thread. I'm still going through them. Though looking at this thread, I wish I'd brought something with shallow DoF. That's one place where the m43 cameras (and tech cam lenses) can't compete.
    You looked like you were having a lot of fun with that camera. It may be small in size, but it does produce very nice images.....and it doesn't take a backpack with 45 lbs of gear in it either.
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    Nice images Eleanor. The first one stands out for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    BTW my new Avatar photo is shot by Jack on Matts OMD-5 cam which I really like that little cam. Hoping Matt posts some images from that camera on the Oly side of the house. He took some really nice shots with it. I finally told him to start repeating those images with his tech cam and get some big files. LOL
    This sounds like there may be some more gear on the way Guy?????
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    Thanks so much....the first one was really a lucky shot to catch the little girl in mid air! eleanor

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    Nice images Eleanor. The first one stands out for me!

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    Last week in Lofoten.

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