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    Random pictures, D300 with Sigma 70-200/2,8

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    D3x with Nikon 70-200/2,8VRII

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    Nikon D3s with Nikon 70-200/2,8VRII

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    Great stuff. I'm a big fan of aviation photography, and these are great.

    The D3s works fine for most of my work. I also occasionally shoot MF, but haven't really considered getting a D800(e) yet, as it would be overkill for my work, 99% of the time.
    That said, my work has one available, but I've just never bothered.

    I do shoot a lot of long glass, e.g., 200/2, 300/2.8, 400/2.8, 500/4.0, and the 200-400/4.0. I only own the first and last of those, but have the others available at work, but only shoot them a few times each year.

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    As much as I like girls, blondes, redheads, any variety, this one is my favourite of the day. Good one


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    Another "Street Portrait". I didn't ask this dapper young man first, just grabbed him with a 300mm lens.

    D3s, 300/2.8 @ f2.8:
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    Thanks Jørgen. Much appreciated.

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    Very cool, Jim. Just looking at that fourth one gives me vertigo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    So, how many other cameras do you "have" to buy before your resolution kicks in? (Are you just betting you have a month before your wife sees the credit card bill and takes the card away from you for a year?)
    Nah, my wife is pretty understanding about it all, and I'm pretty good about self regulating. No more cameras for me until 2014! Maybe a lens or two .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amin View Post
    Nah, my wife is pretty understanding about it all, and I'm pretty good about self regulating. No more cameras for me until 2014! Maybe a lens or two .
    I now how that works. You tell your wife you just want a Zeiss Sonnar 35mm f/2 lens and just forget to mention the compact 35mm sensor body it is attached to.

    But seriously, good resolution. I have only ever bought two digital cameras in my life (for myself). I enjoy the technology, but the buying part is not so much fun--I really don't like shopping. It is a tiring process. I rather think about the next picture and location rather than the next thing.

    Good luck. Hopefully all the releases next year will be really boring...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another "Street Portrait". I didn't ask this dapper young man first, just grabbed him with a 300mm lens.

    D3s, 300/2.8 @ f2.8:
    Great one! This is a schoolbook example of how to use shallow depth of field.
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    Wow, this thread has got some legs now.
    Thanks for the 'likes' guys.
    Lloyd, thanks for the kind words. The portraits of the girls are great but i'm with Jorgen and Bildifokus on the guy in the suit, excellent! (Do you do this for a living?).
    Alan.
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    That's a stunning image, Johnny! Is that a comet at about 2 o' clock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Wow, this thread has got some legs now.
    Thanks for the 'likes' guys.
    Lloyd, thanks for the kind words. The portraits of the girls are great but i'm with Jorgen and Bildifokus on the guy in the suit, excellent! (Do you do this for a living?).
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    Thanks Alan. I'm grateful for your appreciation.

    I don't do the stranger portraits "for a living", that's just something I do for myself, but I am a photographer. Now that it comes up, if being a photographer "for a living" requires actually being able to live on what one makes... another question entirely.
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    Wonderful portraits, Lloyd.

    Here's a shot with my new lens (50/1.8G) of my son with his new toy. Both of us were pretty happy with our new toys .


    DSC_1221 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    Thanks Amin.

    Looks like you both came out on the plus side! Nice image too.

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Where there be weddings

    28mm 1.8 at 1.8

    there be wedding photographers

    28mm 1.8 at 5.6


    24-120 f/4 at 100mm and f/5.6

    Note the gear:
    I have no idea what the camera is yet there are two of them and two lights.
    The cameras are both fired by an air bulb release. One light is for one camera so this is I guess a way to avoid gear failures, just always take two pictures with duplicate gear.
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    Bob - I love the photographer on tip-toes
    Ylem ...
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    35/1.4G (1st 2) and 50/1.4G (3,4) and D600
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    Greetings from San Francisco.







    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Metric @ Oakland Colosseum (Oracle Arena) Was a great show despite the fact that Metrics equipment was stuck in Florida. They put on a beautiful acoustic set instead. The pit was crowded, around 35 photographers were there on assignment. The stage was high but I made the best of it. Enjoy!







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    D800E + 85 1.4G
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    D800E + 85 1.4G
    Great lighting!
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    Lloyd,

    The comet was added for consideration for a film promotion (poster). However, no stars were added, just a dark night with ambient light from the west. I'll re-post when I add the appropriate production info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post

    24-120 f/4 at 100mm and f/5.6

    Note the gear:
    I have no idea what the camera is yet there are two of them and two lights.
    The cameras are both fired by an air bulb release. One light is for one camera so this is I guess a way to avoid gear failures, just always take two pictures with duplicate gear.
    -bob
    The choice of tools for wedding photographers and group photographers in Japan where/are the Fuji 6x9 rangefinders. In fact, when I was married in a shrine in Japan (but not Meiji shrine (you need a lot of cash and very good connections to get married there)), the photographer took the group shot with a Fuji rangefinder. I have seen the memorial photo from groups taken with the same camera. And why not? A relatively inexpensive camera with great quality.

    A little fun fact about Meiji shrine. The forest surrounding it is man-made, planted when it was built one hundred years ago.
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    @ Jurgen: Great!

    @Lloyd: Here are some impressions of a museum in Czech Republic, near Pilzn.

    D3s, 24-70/2,8 shot with tripod, WX condition: bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    reviewing old images
    Nikon D3, Nikkor 24mm AIS lens
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    Very impressive! Very great!

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    Some panning a few minutes ago...

    D800, 24-70/2.8, 1/25 sec at f / 2.8, ISO 100:


    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Very nice, Jurgen. Makes me homesick. (I'm from Boston, but went to grad school in SF.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotom View Post
    @ Jurgen: Great!

    @Lloyd: Here are some impressions of a museum in Czech Republic, near Pilzn.

    D3s, 24-70/2,8 shot with tripod, WX condition: bad

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    Excellent, fotom. Love that second shot especially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice, Jurgen. Makes me homesick. (I'm from Boston, but went to grad school in SF.)
    Thank you and sorry...that was not my intention, get well soon

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    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Thanks for your concern.

    Wonderful light. One of the better shots of The Rock I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    D800E + 85 1.4G
    This is a very strong as well as beautiful portrait

    I do think I would have cropped a bit off the top though.
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    Last edited by Gino Troian; 9th December 2012 at 22:17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    This is a very strong as well as beautiful portrait

    I do think I would have cropped a bit off the top though.
    This was interesting advice,thanks Jorgen.. I wanted to see how it looked..
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    Here's from a somewhat boring, cloudy day a couple of months ago.

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 135mm and f/2.8

    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RVB View Post
    D800E + 85 1.4G
    I would prefer this over the cropped version. Nice portrait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I would prefer this over the cropped version. Nice portrait.
    +1

    The tree outside makes it IMHO more interesting without distracting from the main subject.

    @Jorgen - very boring , I wouldn't mind to get bored...even more

    Greetings, Jurgen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another "Street Portrait". I didn't ask this dapper young man first, just grabbed him with a 300mm lens.

    D3s, 300/2.8 @ f2.8:

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    Found another one. Shot with D800 and 85/1,8G

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    For this I have taken around 40 single shots and put it together.

    D3s with 50/1,4G at f8

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    Recognize the skyline?

    Made by Photoshop.

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    And there he is gone...

    D3s with 24-70/2,8

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    Skyline Frankfurt again, same helicopter.

    D3s, 24-70/2,8

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    Again the helicopter, this time without me...

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    Scorpions live in concert 2011.

    D3s with 24-70/2,8 and 70-200/2,8 I believe...

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    My groopies...

    And I love my D3s with the 24-70/2,8

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
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    Moving,Touching,Loving,Brilliant!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Here's from a somewhat boring, cloudy day a couple of months ago.

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 135mm and f/2.8

    Jorgen...I Have Missed You!!!

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