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    This is a sunrise view from our apartment's roof about 3 miles as the crow flies. Taken with a 200MM AIS on D600, cropped about 75%. The flags on the front of the Capitol are for the inauguration only.
    Lovely sunrise image Aboud! As sort of a addition to your image, I just posted two images in the Leica forum taken during the last inaugural, showing preparation of the Capitol for this historic occasion.

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    Re: Inauguration Day 2013

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    Lovely sunrise image Aboud! As sort of a addition to your image, I just posted two images in the Leica forum taken during the last inaugural, showing preparation of the Capitol for this historic occasion.

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    If they numbered inaugurations like super bowls this would be Inauguration LVII

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    Wonderful colours, Arne. Very crisp.
    Thank you, Jorgen. The D2x has excellent colours too, I was quite impressed by the results at low-ish ISO when I had it.

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    Thank you, Jorgen. The D2x has excellent colours too, I was quite impressed by the results at low-ish ISO when I had it.
    The D2X (D2Xs in my case) is a fantastic daylight camera. Fast and reliable and as you say, with beautiful colours. The auto WB isn't much to write home about, but as long as I shoot RAW, that's not a big headache either.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    From a Spanish village.
    D800E with Distagon 21mm.

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    holy moly!!!!^^^^

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    If they numbered inaugurations like super bowls this would be Inauguration LVII
    ...And just like the Super Bowl, this inauguration had pleanty of pop culture singers this time....quite a change from previous inaugurations.

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    We are still not home after Sandy, but are living in a friends home three off the beach, so I have plenty of opportunities. These were all taken in the last several months. They were edited and optimized on a laptop, so I kept the masters intact, to tweak on my desktop PC with calibrated monitor. If the color balance and exposure seem off, it is because as I tilt the laptop screen, the brightness/colors change. Moving target. All with D800E, 18mm Zeiss, 24-70 f2.8 Tamron VC, and 70-300 Tamron VC. The 7-300 Tamron is a VERY pleasant surprise!! Highly recommended.
    Thanks all for your previous good wishes.
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    Here are several more. I have been very busy. Keeps my mind off of the devastation we have seen here on Long Beach Island, NJ (LBI).
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    In most of the shots, you can see tractor tracks, as we try to rebuild our dunes.
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    Dave it is so good to hear from you and I marvel and have great admiration for your always positive attitude in the face of adversity that few of us will likely ever face. Your enthusiasm for taking pics with all else you've had to deal with, especially your loses, both on a personal level as well as photographically, is both heartwarming and amazing in spirit.

    Just last week I was attending a lecture by a Photographer over at Leica Store who sidetracked his discussion by relaying a story from a few weeks ago that he was personally involved with. After one of his talks at Leica in NY/NJ, he was invited by someone in the audience to drive over to an completely "off limits" destinantion of near destruction by storm "Sandy" and took a good number of images. I believe he was photographing in N.J. He's not a reportage photographer per se, simply wanted the opportunity to capture images in his style. Between his stories of the devastation as well as some interesting but haunting images he took, gives one a first hand view of just how powerful and destructive this storm was. Glad to hear that things are progressing, even though it must be agonizingly slow and often at times painful Take care and hang in there...and oh, regarding your images, like the ones you just posted? You most certainly haven't lost your wonderful "photographic touch"!

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    Fun with Nikon Images


    + 1 what D&A said
    I admire your resilience and patience, Dave (gurtch).
    When do you expect to be able to move back into your own house again ?
    All the very best wishes from Denmark

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    More NYC...

    D800E and ZF.2 18/3.5 at Times Sq:



    The 85/1.8G:






    (The last one is detail from the Planet Hollywood marquee.)

    And a snap with the 35/1.4G:

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    Red tide hit the Florida West coast last week. Taken at Siesta Key beach.
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    D4 and 85mm 1.8G.. I might try and remove the buoy in PS
    Leave the buoy in. It is a nice touch of visual tension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    + 1 what D&A said
    I admire your resilience and patience, Dave (gurtch).
    When do you expect to be able to move back into your own house again ?
    All the very best wishes from Denmark
    Thanks for the kind words and encouragement. We may have electric power in about 4 to 6 weeks. Very frustrating....I had to turn down print orders (pre-Christmas is my busy time). I am working on a new laptop with Windows 8. I upgraded to CS6. The frustrating thing is I have a ton of paid for down loaded Photoshop Plug-Ins, and do not have access to the serial numbers, key codes, purchase order numbers etc. You guessed it....on my home PC. All my photography files were double backed up, and I took them when we left, so all survived.
    I love this forum.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

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    With -17 celcius the other night, I start miss summer and found this funny old summer picture take with my first DSLR, a Nikon D50 with a kit 55-200 lens.

    Hi Bent
    Lovely picture!
    It isn't the Munkholmbridge in the background? looks like it, but can't place it.
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    (Storström-bridge perhaps)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Hi Bent
    Lovely picture!
    It isn't the Munkholmbridge in the background? looks like it, but can't place it.
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    (Storström-bridge perhaps)
    Hi Thorkil

    It's take just outside Stubbekøbing, and it's The old Storestrøms Bridge in the bagground.
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    Taken today D800E, Tamron 24-70 VC f11 hand held, polarizer.
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    It finally warmed up to -10 fahrenheit (-23 celsius ) here in the northeast US!
    Where's my jimmies?

    I'll repost these
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    It finally warmed up to -10 fahrenheit (-28 celsius ) here in the northeast US!
    Where's my jimmies?
    The "track in snow" pic is outstanding - to hang on the wall --

    sorry .. but you upload way to smal like to se in 1200 pix
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    Hello to all I'm a newbie here, will try load an image made with D600 + 24-120VR @ f7.1
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    More fun with the D600 +24-120Vr combo, walking along the streets of Granada, Sp the buildings were being washed with light while the tress were in shadow. Handheld @f7.1....
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    Snow on the beach and full moon. D800E 24-70 Tamron VC. 3 shot HDR combined in Photomatix Pro. A friend also made a shot of me taking a shot!
    Thanks for looking
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    Dave, does this mean you are back in your home?

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    2 January, 1,128 monks set out on a 450 kilometer long walk through Bangkok and surroundings which ended yesterday. They have literally been walking on flowers every single step of the way.

    D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4



    And the children were there too

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    Nikon D90 with Tokina 11-16/2.8 at 12mm, Cokin Grad-ND filter, f/16, 2sec.

    I plan on going back to the area when it's a bit later in the day, to do some longer exposures as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    2 January, 1,128 monks set out on a 450 kilometer long walk through Bangkok and surroundings which ended yesterday. They have literally been walking on flowers every single step of the way.

    (...)

    And the children were there too
    Jørgen: Both give a very authentic impression of the event, particularly like the second one, the scene, decisive moment, and the colours. And, of course, PP outstanding as usual.
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    Nikon D700 / 35mm / SB800 and silver umbrella.

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    One more with the d700 and 85mm.

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    One more from the latest series. D700 and 50mm. Same strobe,etc.

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    We've had amazing temps here in New England! Blocks of ice drift like rafts here on the Vt. coast, some content to just stay put. Taken with a Zeiss 21mm.
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    Hello,

    A little storm was coming over the sea

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    And playing with some CZ fine glass



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    Hulyss-

    Absolutely love these!

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    Absolutely love these!
    Thank You Johnny
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    Just returned from a short trip to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. These shots with my D800e and Nikon 35 1.4G lens. Eleanor



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    Eleanor-

    Fantastic...which 1.4 do you shoot with G or D?

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    Thanks Johnny, I shoot with the G version. eleanor

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    Fantastic...which 1.4 do you shoot with G or D?

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    Just returned from a short trip to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. This one shot with my D800e and Nikon 35 1.4 lens. Eleanor

    Very beautiful Eleanor! Pramote

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    Acadia National Park, ME
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    Many thanks Promote. Yellowstone in winter is quite a place! Very cold and lots of snow even in this moderate Wyoming snow year. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Very beautiful Eleanor! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Just returned from a short trip to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. These shots with my D800e and Nikon 35 1.4G lens. Eleanor

    I missed this one! This is even better. Composition and color are remarkable!
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    Thanks again Promote...actually I did an edit of the original posting and added this second image. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I missed this one! This is even better. Composition and color are remarkable!
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    We thought about going to the Yellowstone this summer but have just changed the plan to the Big Island, Hawaii instead.
    How cold was it when you were there?
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    D800E 14~24 lens, hand held, monopod. ISO 400, I think about f13.
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    Promote, Probably best to go to the Big Island as there are millions of people in yellowstone in the summer (in winter there are very few people and we had parts of the park to ourselves! Winter is cold...we were told to be prepared for 0 to 30 degree weather. Some times with the wind, which could be strong, the chill factor was probably 0-5 degrees. We did some hiking in wind and blowing snow, heavy snow to walk on, etc).... I had 5 layers on top and 3 layers on bottom...face mask came in handy too at times...heavy gloves necessary. We rode in snow cats....6 passengers each and our group had 4 snow cats. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    We thought about going to the Yellowstone this summer but have just changed the plan to the Big Island, Hawaii instead.
    How cold was it when you were there?
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    TRY AGAIN

    D800E 14~24 lens, hand held, monopod. ISO 400, I think about f13. Last image with Tamron 70~300 VC monopod
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Promote, Probably best to go to the Big Island as there are millions of people in yellowstone in the summer (in winter there are very few people and we had parts of the park to ourselves! Winter is cold...we were told to be prepared for 0 to 30 degree weather. Some times with the wind, which could be strong, the chill factor was probably 0-5 degrees. We did some hiking in wind and blowing snow, heavy snow to walk on, etc).... I had 5 layers on top and 3 layers on bottom...face mask came in handy too at times...heavy gloves necessary. We rode in snow cats....6 passengers each and our group had 4 snow cats. eleanor
    Eleanor...Thank you very much FYI. I may just plan to go there off-season.
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