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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    Happy New Year !





    Greetings, Jurgen
    Jurgen, these are awesome!
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    Union Square, NYC. Rokinon 14mm @ 3.5, D800E. Lightroom and PTLens.




    "Screen Time" - D800E, Nikon 24mm 1.4 @ 1.4, ISO 1100, Lightroom, Silver Efex pro 2.

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    wow f1.4 looks pretty good

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

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    Jurgen, these are awesome!
    Thank you, I really appreciate it. Happy new year !

    Greetings, Jurgen

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    Seeing the Klein+Moriyama exhibition at the Tate may or may not have influenced my subject matter for a while

    Christmas eve rush



    Went for the bolder colour this time, still undecided.















    All D800 + mix of 24/1.4, 24PC-E and 85 1.8
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    Terrific set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by markhout View Post

    "Screen Time" - D800E, Nikon 24mm 1.4 @ 1.4, ISO 1100, Lightroom, Silver Efex pro 2.

    Love this!
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    Love this!
    Thanks Lloyd!

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    San Francisco National Cemetery... D800E and 70-200/2.8VRII, 24-70.







    (Wikipedia on Bernard Taylor)
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    Nikon D3x | AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF ED | f5,6 | 1/8s | iso 100
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    D800E + 200-400VRII


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    D800E + 200-400VRII



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    Wonderful shots!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Yahh Zoo time.. I take my new 70-200 f/4 for at walk at the Zoo - my first shots, think i might need to adjust AF-Focus (or my skill's)

    Both taken handheld.



    160mm f/4.5, 1/200, iso 800.



    200 mm f/4, 1/60, iso 640
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    My beloved Copenhagen, In the back you se Sweden.



    70-200 f/4 on D800 - 200mm, f/4, 1/160, iso 640 - handheld
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    BSEH -- is that taken from the top of the round tower?
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    BSEH -- is that taken from the top of the round tower?
    No it's the Zoo tower - Right ahead You have Vor Frelsers Church, Just beside Christiania, i know You been visitning.

    And the other way around You find Phase One HQ - 500 m away ..

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    Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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    Went to La Jolla Cove on New Year's Day, left my D800E at home. Here are several shots from my D300 + 70-200VR. Still, great camera. Resized without cropping.



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    panowald by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Comparing this version with your Fotoman film shot over in the analog camera section is interesting. Personally I much prefer the tonality of this Nikon image. Highlights hold up much better and would be willing to bet color is more accurate too.

    In any case interesting comparison.

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    hey thanks, I was thinking the same thing, the fotoman was shot on slide film and the highlights really got blown out, I was afraid if I metered and closed down a stop etc that I would lose the room, what suprises me is that using your technique zeroing out the values in PS that there is detail out the windows

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Hi Pramote,

    I don't want to sound like a broken record but you leave me no choice...another 10/10 .

    Was this shot taken with the Nikon 300mm/4.0 AF-S IF-ED ?

    I am looking for something longer than my 70-200/2.8 and want to use it with my 1.4 converter and that lense seems to fit perfectly. Actually my plan is to buy it tomorrow after the night shift and the round of golf .

    Greetings, Jurgen

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    Nikon D700 & 50mm.
    Post prod: AP3 and Silverefex



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    Nikon D800

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic View Post
    Hi Pramote,

    I don't want to sound like a broken record but you leave me no choice...another 10/10 .

    Was this shot taken with the Nikon 300mm/4.0 AF-S IF-ED ?

    I am looking for something longer than my 70-200/2.8 and want to use it with my 1.4 converter and that lense seems to fit perfectly. Actually my plan is to buy it tomorrow after the night shift and the round of golf .

    Greetings, Jurgen
    Hi Jurgen,

    Thanks very much for your kind words!
    This picture was taken quite a long time ago with the 300mm ED-IF f/2.8 manual focus.
    Enjoy your new lens!
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    Terrific stuff posted here of late!! Keep 'em coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Terrific stuff posted here of late!! Keep 'em coming!
    Couldn't Agree More!!!!

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    A very dirty AF 105 f2.8 Micro Nikkor arrived at my door today. I madewhat I thought was a silly low offer on in on eBay and my low offer probably was probably more than it was worth. It looks like it was a lens used in a factory to monitor a process or assembly line and was full of dirt and grime, even the front element.

    After a few hours of cleaning it, which included taking it apart a bit, this was a test image, just using the built in flash of the D800E. I am also in the middle of renovating the den and this was just a pair of pliers and a screwdriver on the step ladder from when I was installing the pot lights.

    I have lots of small Leica bits and accessories to sell off now that I have left the R system and was in need of a macro lens. This should do.

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    dern nice!!!

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    Yes indeed.

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    Old fantasy picture from the archive.

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    Inaugural prep. They are already laying out the chairs for Mr. Obama's 2nd inauguration. D600 with 85 1.8G.
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    D800E and 35mm 1.4G
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    Inaugural prep. They are already laying out the chairs for Mr. Obama's 2nd inauguration. D600 with 85 1.8G.
    Wow Aboud, they're already setting up? I guess thats why there was all that scaffolding (uncvered at the time) on both sides of the Capitol that wasn't too attractive to the evening Capitol Christmas tree shots I took over there in Decembe (which I'll hopefully get around to posting in the medium format section).

    I had (and still do) my new D600 that I've never taken out of the box yet and am still deciding on whether to keep it or not, depending on if it will be able to perform well enough for certain applications in the coming months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Nikon D700 & 50mm.
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    as i was scrolling upward, i thought to myself "my, this has a certain film-ish charm to it"...and then i saw silver efex. love that program!

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    Thanks a lot! Yes, Silverefex is great for BW conversions. I have about 2-3 presets that I really like so I don't spend too much time:-)

    Cheers!

    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    as i was scrolling upward, i thought to myself "my, this has a certain film-ish charm to it"...and then i saw silver efex. love that program!

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    Re: Fun with the D600!

    Dave, you really are nutz arn't ya? Take the damned thing out of the box, shoot with it, marvel at the color and resolution and remind yourself that I told you to do it. A belated Happy New Year to you Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    Dave, you really are nutz arn't ya? Take the damned thing out of the box, shoot with it, marvel at the color and resolution and remind yourself that I told you to do it. A belated Happy New Year to you Dave
    A little...LOL! Yes, I absolutely recall and truly appreciated your written suggestions to me. As explained, although no camera has all the perfect performance requirements for a particular shoot , experience from these shoots has taught me that in my case, it would be extremely beneficial to have specific charateristics and capabilities from each of the top three currently produced Nikon DSLR's (the D600, D800 and D4)...but each is lacking in some key areas (for my requirements).

    Yes, I believe it (my D600) is getting lonely and maybe sufficating a bit without my even opening the box's lid once for it to breathe ...but I'm getting close! Thank you and a Happy New Year to you too!

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    Oil Springs Ontario, single exposure:

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