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    D600, Zeiss 21 ZF2. My latest attempt at convert to B&W, I am trying to get the look that I get on my old 4x5 negs. (see "more fun with large format"). Any comments would be most welcome.
    Beautiful work, Alan. Very nice tones. Loving your Large format work as well.
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    I've been busy of late, and haven't been around much. Wonderful work here folks. Thank you all for sharing. Looking forward to more.
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    Hello and thank you Lloyd
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    Thanks Manouch...actually I was very impressed with the equipment and had absolutely no issues with the batteries..never needed to change a battery for a warm one I kept in my pocket. Eleanor

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    Eleanor, Very nice and inspiring pictures, did you have any problem with d800 or the battery in that low temperature.
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    Many thanks Lloyd. I was pleased with how the 800e and 35 lens rendered the subtle texture of the snow. Eleanor

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    Great set! This one really shines.

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    Love this, Frankie. Thanks.

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    While traveling in New Mexico this past couple of weeks we stumbled into this very interesting and somewhat eccentric small town of Cerrillos, New Mexico just south of Sante Fe.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Cerrillos Trading Post

    St Joseph Chapel

    Not quite sure what to call the last color piece, but we noticed these boxes at the entry of many homes.
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    Very cool find, Rob, and nicely captured. That shot of the church is money!

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    Many thanks Lloyd.

    A few more from the trip below. The middle two from Las Vegas, NM a small town only 50 + miles west of Santa Fe, but it might as well be in another country. Its claimed there are more buildings on the National Historic Registry in this town than any other city in the US. Sadly most of them are severely in disrepair.

    The bookends, Cerrillos Trading Post.

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

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    As always, Promote, you never fail to impress.
    Thank you very much Lloyd for your kind words!
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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Many thanks Lloyd.

    A few more from the trip below. The middle two from Las Vegas, NM a small town only 50 + miles west of Santa Fe, but it might as well be in another country. Its claimed there are more buildings on the National Historic Registry in this town than any other city in the US. Sadly most of them are severely in disrepair.

    The bookends, Cerrillos Trading Post.

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    These are just so seriously good, Rob. Loving them, and the processing is terrific. Those bookends in particular. (BTW, I have a photographer friend who lives in LV, NM. I'm gonna have to chide him for never showing me any of this place!)

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    Thanks Lloyd. Indeed you should chide your friend in Las Vegas. Its a very interesting little town with some fabulous architecture, most of which is in decay and ruin or at least a significant portion is. The economy there seems very depressed, so hard to imagine one could make a living as a photographer in Las Vegas.

    Part of the film, "No Country for Old Men" was shot here. Will post a few more later today.

    In the meantime suffice it to say I find New Mexico a very eccentric and eclectic place but in a good way. They seem to be able to get away with a visual lifestyle (hate that overused word) in a way that might not, probably not be tolerated anywhere else.

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    man that church is just pure sex, !!!! Routlaw

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    havaaffddddlab by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    some of those look almost like IR in places really cool

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    Hey thanks. No IR though, just straight processing… er uh, well sort of.

    In honor of Valentines Days, I present the "Heart of Saturday Night" fashion shoot southwestern style)

    Cerrillos Trading Post, Cerrillos, NM

    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Hey thanks. No IR though, just straight processing… er uh, well sort of.

    In honor of Valentines Days, I present the "Heart of Saturday Night" fashion shoot southwestern style)

    Cerrillos Trading Post, Cerrillos, NM

    Thanks for looking.

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    killer!! black and white

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    Thanks. Whats the lab shot about?

    Another one from the Cerrillos Trading Post. Cerrillos, NM, retired engine from the local mines.

    Rob
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    Nikon D90 with Tokina 11-16/2.8 at 16mm, 30sec f/11, lit with a flashlight.
    In the original size, there are a few stars in the background, and I'm considering doing a 15-min or so exposure to bring them out a bit more.

    I'm planning on going back to do the same image stitched with my 50mm so I can print it large; I did this earlier in the day but the above shot turned out much better aesthetically (in my opinion).
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    Truly gorgeous, Alan. Thanks for sharing.
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    This is a commercial interior shot done with the D800 and the 45-85mm Pentax 645 @ 50mm.



    This one D800 and 35mm Zeiss f/2

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    It was a grey and dreary winter day here...perfect for this shot, but not much else.

    Alaska Mill and Feed, Nikon D800e, 24-120/4 VR, Nik SilverEfex Pro conversion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    This is a commercial interior shot done with the D800 and the 45-85mm Pentax 645 @ 50mm.
    Nicely done, Antonio!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    It was a grey and dreary winter day here...perfect for this shot, but not much else.

    Alaska Mill and Feed, Nikon D800e, 24-120/4 VR, Nik SilverEfex Pro conversion
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    This is a commercial interior shot done with the D800 and the 45-85mm Pentax 645 @ 50mm.


    I love colors in both of these images Antonio. I'm curious about your experience using the Pentax 645 lens on the D800. I know the 45-85 is reputed to be quite good on the Pentax 645D. Are you using any other P645 lenses on your D800? Which lens adapter are you using?

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    Hi Gary, thanks for your comments.

    The Pentax 645 are exceptional lenses, meaning sharpness, detail, colour and bokeh.

    They are difficult to focus due to f/4 or f/3.5 diaphragms. Live view focusing being a most.

    I'm using the 35 A, 120 macro A and the 45-85 FA. They are all very good, strong and heavy.

    For traveling I found myself leaving the camera at the hotel so I opted to buy a Zeiss 35/2 and Nikon 60 macro G. These are light and small and end up using them in my day by day work.

    The advantage of using the Pentax 645 lenses would make more sense if you can buy a Zoerk Shift adapter to shoot spaces and buildings, otherwise just stay Nikon which are excellent lenses.

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    work's been keeping me away from both shooting and forums of late... I did manage to make a Saturday morning trip to SF to meet up with a friend coming out with his 8x10

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    Beautiful Jim,

    My favourites the first and last one. What lenses did you use?
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    Amazing set, Jim. Super nice work.

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    Jim - love the tonality, but also how you deal with both ends of the histogram - you are rightfully not bothered with blown highlights or dark darks...

    I stepped out over the weekend for a quick pic: 24mm 1.4 @4.5, ISO 125, D800E. Lightroom, then Silver Efex Pro 2.

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    Beautiful Jim,

    My favourites the first and last one. What lenses did you use?
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    Jim, the images are hauntingly beautiful and striking. Nicely done! I too like the 1st and last one best. I like the tonality, giving the images the look of a "period piece"

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    I love colors in both of these images Antonio. I'm curious about your experience using the Pentax 645 lens on the D800. I know the 45-85 is reputed to be quite good on the Pentax 645D. Are you using any other P645 lenses on your D800? Which lens adapter are you using?

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    Antonio, I agree with Gary...the olors reproduced in your interior shots are striking. Compositionally, they are done exceedingly well.

    Gary, I can't answer for Antonio, but as I've mentioned previously, the Pentax 645 lenses I've tried on the Nikon have been exceptionally good and having that larger image circle for the 35mm format truly helps.

    I've been using the Rainbow Imaging adapter to mount the 645 lenses onto a Nikon body, and no issues so far.

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    Antonio, I agree with Gary...the olors reproduced in your interior shots are striking. Compositionally, they are done exceedingly well.

    Gary, I can't answer for Antonio, but as I've mentioned previously, the Pentax 645 lenses I've tried on the Nikon have been exceptionally good and having that larger image circle for the 35mm format truly helps.

    I've been using the Rainbow Imaging adapter to mount the 645 lenses onto a Nikon body, and no issues so far.

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    Thank You Dave.

    Since I been using CaptureOne 7 in combination with the D800, colors and detail are much better and with and additional creamy quality that I never had with ACR.

    Somebody else PM to me about a good adapter. Mine is not so good. I'm glad you posted about yours which is the good one.

    Sometime I use the Horseman VCC Pro with the P645 adapter + 35mm Pentax 645 as well. It's pretty good combo. The heavier lenses like the 45-85 cannot be use on the Horseman because they tilt down the front standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I love colors in both of these images Antonio. I'm curious about your experience using the Pentax 645 lens on the D800. I know the 45-85 is reputed to be quite good on the Pentax 645D. Are you using any other P645 lenses on your D800? Which lens adapter are you using?

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    Hi Gary, thanks for your comments.

    The Pentax 645 are exceptional lenses, meaning sharpness, detail, colour and bokeh.

    They are difficult to focus due to f/4 or f/3.5 diaphragms. Live view focusing being a most.

    I'm using the 35 A, 120 macro A and the 45-85 FA. They are all very good, strong and heavy.

    For traveling I found myself leaving the camera at the hotel so I opted to buy a Zeiss 35/2 and Nikon 60 macro G. These are light and small and end up using them in my day by day work.

    The advantage of using the Pentax 645 lenses would make more sense if you can buy a Zoerk Shift adapter to shoot spaces and buildings, otherwise just stay Nikon which are excellent lenses.

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    Fun with Nikon Images


    From the Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park, London


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    © • Nikon D800E • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/85mm G • 1/1000 sec. at f/8 ISO 100 • Lightroom 4.3
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    thanks!

    and they were all done with the zeiss 21 2.8 zf.2
    Very nice work Jim - good to see you back in action!

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    Pescadero Creek... D800E and 24-70.





    One with the 14-24:

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    Really nice, Jan.

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    Nikon D300 | AF-S 24-70/ 2,8 | f5 | 1/640s | iso 200
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    Mikael, Frankie: Great stuff both. Truly.
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    I'm cleaning up my hard drives, this one is from April 1st 2008.


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    work's been keeping me away from both shooting and forums of late... I did manage to make a Saturday morning trip to SF to meet up with a friend coming out with his 8x10

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    sweet jesus these are nice!!!
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    Pescadero Creek... D800E and 24-70.

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