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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    sweet jesus these are nice!!!
    LOL! Yep, Jim certainly knows how to shoot AND process, and why he's been a guest instructor on a few of our workshops -- and we try and get him whenever his work schedule allows
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    What the name of this location? Fantastic images...!

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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

    These are all from the 800E



















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    Re: Fun with the D600!

    Hello ...
    D600 70-200/4 @ f/4

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    I'm cleaning up my hard drives, this one is from April 1st 2008.


    Nikon D300 | AF-S 24-70/2,8 | f8 | 1/100s | iso 200
    This is really terrific, Mikael. Love it much!!

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Sentinel Bridge Yosemite Feb. 2013
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    Haha, nice one Mr Gale!

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    Graham, was this not supposed to go in the Selfie thread?

    (OK, I deserve what's coming to me...LOL!)

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    Re: Fun with the D600!

    Since people like to post pictures of their pets, i.e. cats & dogs, I thought I'd reciprocate with a picture of my new Sea Lion friend Rex from Crescent City. Friendly fella, although he has a wicked fish breath and a mean bark.

    Ylem ...

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    This is really terrific, Mikael. Love it much!!
    Thank you Lloyd, I appreciate it very much!

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Pt. Reyes Farmhouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Friendly fella, although he has a wicked fish breath and a mean bark.

    Graham, it just might be that those attributes are the very thing that a future Mrs. Sea Lion is looking for . As they say in the Sea Lion world..:"To Each His Own"...LOL!

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    Composite using multiple images and textures.

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    Wow this is great photos of this camera i love this and just love to use this camera actually this is my favorite models of D600 and D700 both cameras are the best and have a good result of photography and make natural and not pixels out of the photos....

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    Some fresh portraits :



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    Jim-

    Very nice! Your photos show the incredible dynamic range of the D800, and why it's so highly rated. The Zf.2 21mm is a perfect lens too!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Some fresh portraits :
    Very nice.

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    From a walk today in a light drizzle. A little damp, but great light.

    D800, Zeiss ZF.2 100mm MP
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Testing the Zeiss 21mm F2.8 on my new D800E today.





    and finally with the 28-300mm VR, on a tripod



    A few more thoughts later, particulary how this combo compares with my Hasselblad H4D-50 kit.

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    Very nice sepias Quentin !

    Staying in Zeiss with the Zeiss Planar T* f/1,4 50. Playing with subject and perspectives.

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    So, to those further thoughts

    The D800E exposure latitide is set up the exact reverse to the Hasselblads. There is very little exposure headroom with the D800E, whereas with the Hasselblad, there is a lot. On the other hand, there is much better shadow recovery with the D800E compared to the Blad. Six of one, half a dozen of the other. All this means is I must avoid clipping the highlights with the D800E.

    I did a side by side comparison between the D800E with the Zeiss 21mm F2.8 and the Hasselblad H4D-50 with the 28mm HCD lens. I won't publish the results, but my subjective view was the D800E / Zeiss combo edged the battle. That is pretty impressive. My only issue with the Zeiss 21mm is that when it is used with a Lee filter system and two filters, the polariser vignettes. I may have to step down to a singled slide-in filter and see if that works OK without vignetting.

    As to the other lenses, the 28-300mm G VR is marginal. It is just about good emough stopped down a stop or two, but the files require some sharpening. If I can match the Ziess and the Sigma 85mm F1.4 I will be pretty happy. I have yet to try properly the 24mm PC-E tilt shift lens.

    I will probably be selling the 'Blad and lenses. The sheer veratility of the D800E makes it a compelling proposition, now I have determined it can more or less match medium format digital in real life.
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    There is no substitute for quality, Hulyss
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    There is no substitute for quality, Hulyss
    This is very true (but I have my DP3m tomorrow )

    As for the 21 Zeiss, this is a very fine lense. I got it for a while but, at the end, I found it too big for my uses. Long zeiss focals are a sort of drug...

    And I can easily understand why you want to sell your Blad. Even though it is a good DMF, the D800 is somehow a destroyer. Future now will give us some fine new lenses, I hope, and I forget to speak about the new Zeiss 135 ... who might be a wonderful piece of glass too...
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    D600,24-85 VR...

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    Some shots from a trip to Venice two weeks ago.
    I had to walk the whole day, for this reason I tried to keep my equipment as light as possible:
    D800, Zeiss ZF.2 21mm, 1,8/28G, 1,8/85G and a small Gitzo tripod.
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    Really nice work. Love that last one in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    D600,24-85 VR...
    Wow. Love this, Cenek.

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    Lloyd,
    Thank you my friend.

    Thank you all for likes.

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    So many impressive images here, what a great thread!

    Here is my first humble submission with my new D800 (w/ Tamron 180mm f3.5 Di). Captured yesterday while we had some nice light, and no rain for a change!

    f8 @ 1/100th, ISO400

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    I have gas!! Call it GAS, distention or gasoline. I suffer from living with all three!!

    But this is about GAS. Gear Acquisition Syndrome.
    But also have a shortage of funds. Which leads to more distention and...

    So I dusted my cherished camera possessions. Amongst them, I found one.

    About 5 years old. I mean this one belongs in a geriatric ward ( my wife says I do too!! Ungrateful woman!! ).

    12 MP. Native resolution in ' fine ' jpg I read in the image exif 4256 x 2832.
    I quickly hid the camera..as my grandson walked in. He caught a glimpse of it, saw me, looked at the camera, smiled and walked away with his iPhone 5.

    Since nobody was watching, I quicky took some snaps. Did not process them,
    lest anyone got curious. Thought I had saved the exif too. But had mistakenly
    saved it for the web!! Age and memory has a lot to with this.

    I belched. Distention, this..gas.

    Here are some images at 1250 or is it 1600. 4256 x 2832. Sheesh! where would I hang these?






    Heavier than me, it seemed with the zeiss 50 makro planar. f2 or f2.8, I think. No, I am sure..on second thoughts, I am not.

    I quicky and gently put it back. In a place of Honor.

    I shall use it shortly for a trip. Let my grandkids laugh. What do they know?
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    Looking forward to the results of you two geriatrics on the road, Rayyan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Looking forward to the results of you two geriatrics on the road, Rayyan.
    Thanks pal.
    And Ben, my thanks to you too friend.

    Best regards.

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    D800, 16-35 f/4 @ f/11
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    Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Another one, same set up with a normal shot to show the conditions.
    Very nice, and definitely prefer the slow shutter speed versions over the stop action. These might look even better as b&w perhaps?

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    Me, testing the DP3 Merrill

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    Very nice, and definitely prefer the slow shutter speed versions over the stop action. These might look even better as b&w perhaps?
    Thanks for the comment Rob. The normal pic was just to show how rough the sea was. I will be converting some to B&W over the next few days, this subject just begs to be monochrome. This one will stay in colour though

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    Quentin,

    The first one in your series really shows the amazing micro contrast of the ZF.2 21mm. I owned the H4D/40 and HCD 28mm, but prefer the D800/e, Zeiss combo for landscapes.
    I use a Heliopan ES digital 82 filter that has OD threads, and never vignettes with my filters.
    I've said this before Quentin, but you have the coolest name this side of James Bond!

    Here's a few for our upcoming show...

    D800/zf.2 21mm
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    Y Sol...Perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Quentin,

    The first one in your series really shows the amazing micro contrast of the ZF.2 21mm. I owned the H4D/40 and HCD 28mm, but prefer the D800/e, Zeiss combo for landscapes.
    I use a Heliopan ES digital 82 filter that has OD threads, and never vignettes with my filters.
    I've said this before Quentin, but you have the coolest name this side of James Bond!

    Here's a few for our upcoming show...

    D800/zf.2 21mm
    Very nice shots! Love the 21mm Zeiss. I'm probably going all-prime on the D800E

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    zf 50/1.4 planar.
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    + a dash of velvia 50.
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    I know, I know...another flower but they are a real passion of mine. What can I say, the form and colours always captivate me.

    I am so glad I got a D800, the color depth is the best I have seen personally in any camera. My cameras in the past would have rendered this either mauve or blue. With the D800 you get to see mauve and blue and everything in between. Captured with the 105mm VR.


    Sidewalk Crocus by Neil Vanderwolf, on Flickr
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    Very nice, Neil. Beautiful color for sure.

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    Nikon D3x | AF-85/1,8D | f2,5 | 1/200s | iso 400
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