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    My new love!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BenH View Post
    "Lone Cattail" Pine Canyon, Zion NP

    D800, Zeiss 35mm 2.0 ZF.2
    Very well done. Love the colors and composition. Even the Polaroid edges seem to work for me.

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    Ben, Pramote, Mikael, great stuff all. (And I'm extremely envious, Mikael! Congrats.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Ben, Pramote, Mikael, great stuff all. (And I'm extremely envious, Mikael! Congrats.)
    Thanks Lloyd!

    So far Im very pleased with my choice!
    But Ill still use my Nikon, Im very satisfied with the Nikon D3x.

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    6am, on top of a ladder, hand holding the D800 at iso 800, 50mm @ 5.6

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    A couple images from this mornings basketball game. I decided to shoot the whole game with the 35mm Summicron, as that used to be my favorite lens for basketball when shooting film. These were done on the D800E.








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    Hi Rob, how are you managing action focusing with this combo ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Hi Rob, how are you managing action focusing with this combo ?
    I have pretty good eye/hand coordination

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    Here are some old jpeg files from a D1x, taken in Europe in 2003. I reworked them using Color Efex Pro and Silver Efex Pro.

    Unknown village in France.
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    Linderhof
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    Chateau Chambord
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    Paris
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    Annecey
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    Paris
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    Halstadt
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    Melk
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    Cheers,

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    Antonio: Very nice. Great color.

    Rob: Loving these basketball shots. I wish I'd taken more of my boys' games when they were young, but I was usually coaching, so very few exist.

    Simon: These are stunning!

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    Great interior but one issue very far left is not a straight line with that wall coming in and actually that light leak coming from back side is distracting . I would actually crop to back side of curtain and eliminate that wall. Try it and see if you like it better. I think the dark edge would be better
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    San Diego Bay at Marriott Marina
    Nikon D800E; Nikon 24mm f/1.4; Lee GND 0.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Great interior but one issue very far left is not a straight line with that wall coming in and actually that light leak coming from back side is distracting . I would actually crop to back side of curtain and eliminate that wall. Try it and see if you like it better. I think the dark edge would be better
    Thx for your advise, Guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Thx for your advise, Guy.
    Your welcome, composition is maybe my best forte and always trying to help folks in that area especially. Hope it works better for you. Why I believe in my signature line below. Experimenting is the best learning aid. Great shot too love the depth that it brings out.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Superb image! Love the color, composition and lighting!
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    Rock Formation at Shore Acres State Park on the Oregon Coast.

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    Antonio: Very nice. Great color.
    Lloyd, thanks.

    About the color..: These flowers are called "Trinitarias".
    The same tree gives about 5 different color flowers: White cream, red, orange, Purple and magenta..
    The king of red that it has is sort of fuchsia red which is very difficult to convert in RAW processors, even with Color Checker and Spider Checker.

    Since I got C1 7 is a walk in the park.

    Highly recommend it for correct convertion and great detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Great interior but one issue very far left is not a straight line with that wall coming in and actually that light leak coming from back side is distracting . I would actually crop to back side of curtain and eliminate that wall. Try it and see if you like it better. I think the dark edge would be better
    Agree with Guy comment on this image.

    I'm not an expert but can say that composition and furniture arrangement in Interior Photography is a very complicated task that one have to master.

    Nick Merrick's Architectural Workshop is the best resource for these matters.

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    Playing around with the Nikon AF 1.6 Converter and my Leica 400mm F2.8. At first I was not too impressed with the Converters performance, but I think it may do for some purposes. The Leica was wide open here, so effectively a 640mm f4.5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Your welcome, composition is maybe my best forte and always trying to help folks in that area especially. Hope it works better for you. Why I believe in my signature line below. Experimenting is the best learning aid. Great shot too love the depth that it brings out.
    Oh I see. Hahahaha

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    @ckhfrankie: I love my D3s... and the 200/2 seems to be a rocker...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    My new love!


    Nikon D3x | AF-S 85/1,4G | f4 | 1/100 | iso 1250
    I never got the D3x that sharp with the 85/1,4G... but MY new love does its... but with other that a Nikkor lens...

    Nice!

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    Hi Everyone,
    Just subscribed after lurking for some time and would like to share a few images from my new d600 to help the thread along. (Kodak slr/n and 5dc former owner). I am sure you will be gentle as this is one of the most civil and helpfull Forums that I have come across. Right, now to to battle with the upload.......

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    Welcome Alan some nice shots here. Keep posting and have fun!
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Yup, what he said. Great shots, and welcome to the forum.

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    Room with a (reflected) view

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    Very kewl. Nicely seen and captured, Bob.

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    Thanks Guys (and Guy). Bob, interesting shot, looks like the room is floating...well seen.
    Alan.

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    From a recent trip down the Oregon coast, on a very windy day just after a high tide using my D800e and an old Nikon 24mm f2.8 ais lens.
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    Some special kind of available light.

    D3s with 85/1,4G

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    What do you think about that?

    Skyline of Frankfurt/ Main in Germany.

    D3x with 24-70/2,8G and B+W polarize filter, later photoshoped for my wife.

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    Messing around with the tilt shift to reduce DoF



    Same again - Who said 24mm (ok, I cheat and it's 36 in this case) wasn't a portrait FL?






    The 85 1.8D isn't that horrible a lens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Room with a (reflected) view

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    Something similar...

    D800 and 24-70/2,8

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    Very nice work, fotom. Very nice indeed. The "special available light" is spectacular!! The skyline of Frankfurt/Main, besides looking nothing like it did the last time I was there (which was more than 40 years ago!), is very interesting. Looks like an artist's rendering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ausemmao View Post

    Messing around with the tilt shift to reduce DoF

    Same again - Who said 24mm (ok, I cheat and it's 36 in this case) wasn't a portrait FL?

    The 85 1.8D isn't that horrible a lens...
    Nice set. You do have some very attractive subjects as well.
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    Good Morning Tokyo

    D800e, 24-120 f/4
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    Some terrific images here! It's been awhile since I've posted anything. Hard to believe I haven't used my D800E since JUNE. The D700 however, has been a frequent companion. My 24-120/4 VR lens has found a good home on the D700. It's an excellent combination....a great "walk around" camera.

    Here's a shot I took several weeks ago of an old friend. Alaska Railroad Locomotive 1806....being dismantled for scrap. 1806 and 1802 were recently hauled away to the scrap yard (also the AK RR American Electric crane, their long time companion). I've taken photos of these three beasts for 15+ years. Now there is just an empty space in the rail yard where they were parked for so many, many years.



    Gone but not forgotten......
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    After many years of service.....the end is near. I know that not every piece of machinery or equipment has lasting historical value or is worth the cost of being restored and preserved.

    I'm just glad that I have some photos of these two locomotives, to remind me (and others) of what was once here, in this place.


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    Not to be outshone by 1806....here is the ugly mug of 1802.

    He and I have posed together for a self-portrait on one or two occasions.

    Perhaps a bit of background.....my father worked for a railroad for 40+ years. I guess it's in my blood.

    D800E and the 28/1.8G lens (nice camera/lens...I should get out and use it more often)
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    Thanks for posting these Alaskan locomotive images, very evocative - nice to see them again
    I remember spending my afternoons walking through old stream train cemeteries.

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    "Almost Awake"

    D700, 35-70mm 2.8D
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    Well most of the images I have produced lately are commercial architecture or still live, so I'll start posting some of them.
    Talking about architecture, I really miss the 24mm TS-E II from Canon. Still waiting for something to happen on this respect and thinking of getting the Nikon 28mm TS that according to some people in the forum, is a respectable lens.



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    Very nice work, fotom. Very nice indeed. The "special available light" is spectacular!! The skyline of Frankfurt/Main, besides looking nothing like it did the last time I was there (which was more than 40 years ago!), is very interesting. Looks like an artist's rendering.
    Thank you, Lloyd.

    I have some more available light pictures taken with the D3s and the 85/1,4G.

    Maybe it was not a good idea to give this lens away...

    If you like the Frankfurt skyline try this:

    Nikon D800, 14-24/2,8G, blue hour.

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    Greetings from the US,

    unfortunately I have only PS Elements on my MacBook Air here but I hope it will be OK.

    On Rodeo Drive:

    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/25 sec at f / 2.8, ISO1000:


    D800, 24-70,2.8, 1/80 sec at f / 3.5, ISO800:


    Bad weather in LA at Santa Monica Beach:
    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/30 sec at f / 2.8, ISO640


    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Jurgen,

    have you used a tripod for your shots? Never got that sharp and clear pictures out of the hand with my D800 and that lens...

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    Jurgen I like the Third one very much. ACH

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