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    4 image stitch of the scene above, same setup.
    AlanS... Very nice composition-love the angle.

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    4 image stitch of the scene above, same setup.
    This one is a lot stronger composition than the other, great shot!

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    Icelandic Horse

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    Have been testing the 24-70 for review and had some fun. Very useful lens.

    I call this one 'This Little Piggy'




    And I quite like this one for a snap:


    And this one:
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    Bob: Love the Islandic horse shot. I'm a fan of those critters.

    Tim: Sure looks like it works from here. Nice set.

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    Was going to go out shooting today but it has decided to throw it down with snow, forecast was for a frosty start! Ah well, here is a B&W conversion from last weeks trip to Northumberland. D600, Samyang 35mm.

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    Just got my 85 f1.8G for the D600


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    Here is a scene that has been beaten to death photographically speaking. You would think we would all learn… NOT.

    Anyway from an older D2x file a few years back. Never got around to editing this one but thought it might be worth taking a second look for a portfolio I am printing. Still not sure.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Aurora over Jökulsárlón

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    A rare snow day today, and the chance to re-shoot with the D800E my favourite scene of the year so far, previously captured on an RX-1 but now rendered with a 24-70 F2.8G at higher resolution though of course the light was not as nice as the first time! Am off to shoot it again now with the Siggy 35mm which has just been couriered back from repair... Also experimenting with a new template, which I have clearly not got right yet but I can't copy Pramote's!










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    Two more: the same snow scene, one from just now with the Siggy 35, which is now my third copy (they replaced rather than repaired but it still needs a +20 and I have a sense, can't test in these conditions!) that it is still not right at the edges and not as good at f5.6 as the 24-70 zoom). The second one, for anyone interested is the one I took a few weeks back with the RX-1, and goes to show that the light and conditions are more important than the camera and lens!



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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Tim, love that first image of the tree!
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Admin note: I've just merged the "Fun with D600" thread into this larger body for all Nikon.
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    Tim, love that first image of the tree!
    Thank you Jack. I had assumed that the RX-1 (the third shot) was the nicest but actually there is an argument for the first one, which I hadn't really seen until your comment made me look again. Unfortunately the choice is already made though: the RX-1 shot is already in limited edition and the first one is gone, so I think it'd be cheating to substitute the Nikon shot!

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    Love the drama in that one, Rayyan. Very nice indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Thank you Jack. I had assumed that the RX-1 (the third shot) was the nicest but actually there is an argument for the first one, which I hadn't really seen until your comment made me look again. Unfortunately the choice is already made though: the RX-1 shot is already in limited edition and the first one is gone, so I think it'd be cheating to substitute the Nikon shot!
    Tim, from my side of my eyes, its still the third, but I do think its the weather conditions, that (for me at least) make it more exceptional, standing alone in the misty fog. Pictures that sort of refer to dreams are talking with our inner brain. And when that happen then the camera-and lenstype slide in the background.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Thank you Jack. I had assumed that the RX-1 (the third shot) was the nicest but actually there is an argument for the first one, which I hadn't really seen until your comment made me look again. Unfortunately the choice is already made though: the RX-1 shot is already in limited edition and the first one is gone, so I think it'd be cheating to substitute the Nikon shot!
    I prefer the subtle background fading off at right to no background and the total background. But in all honesty, I posted my response while you were posting your second and third versions! Anyway, the RX-1 shot is very nice too but would be my 2nd choice ;-)
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    The second one, for anyone interested is the one I took a few weeks back with the RX-1, and goes to show that the light and conditions are more important than the camera and lens!

    Tim,

    I probably will get ex-communicated from this thread but I have to say that I prefer the RX-1 image.
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    A few more with the D800/zf.2 21mm Some have been posted before, but with a crop difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Two more: the same snow scene, one from just now with the Siggy 35, which is now my third copy (they replaced rather than repaired but it still needs a +20 and I have a sense, can't test in these conditions!) that it is still not right at the edges and not as good at f5.6 as the 24-70 zoom). The second one, for anyone interested is the one I took a few weeks back with the RX-1, and goes to show that the light and conditions are more important than the camera and lens!



    Tim,

    I absolutely love the bottom image...stark, moody, and somewhat surreal too. This should be adorned on a gallery wall...or mine

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    Thanks for the kind comments everyone. It was such an interesting snow day, with different moods and lights, though thickly cloudy and snowing all day. At the risk of being a snow bore here are two with the 70-200 f4, which I really like.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Tim, from my side of my eyes, its still the third, but I do think its the weather conditions, that (for me at least) make it more exceptional, standing alone in the misty fog. Pictures that sort of refer to dreams are talking with our inner brain. And when that happen then the camera-and lenstype slide in the background.
    Thorkil
    Thank you for saying that Thorkil. My own criterion for success in an image of my own is, 'does it evoke mood or emotion' so comments like yours make me feel I'm on the right track!
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    D4 developed in C1P7... a random street shot..
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    O.K. Last one from last week, I promise! I don't really do sunrise/set pics but the forcast was good so I thought I would get up and have a go. Well as you can see it was subtle to say the least, but I kind of like it. 4 shot stitch with D600 and Samyang 35mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    4 image stitch of the scene above, same setup.
    That Samyang 35mm seems pretty good,although harder to tell from a small jpeg,I wonder If Tim Ashley might be planning a test on this..

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    Thanks guys for the ' likes '. Much appreciated.

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    Gorgeous image, Rayyan.
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    Gorgeous image, Rayyan.
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    [QUOTE=tashley;497530]Thanks for the kind comments everyone. It was such an interesting snow day, with different moods and lights, though thickly cloudy and snowing all day. At the risk of being a snow bore here are two with the 70-200 f4, which I really like.



    Truly amazing imagery Tim! Great work.
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    Love the drama in that one, Rayyan. Very nice indeed.
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    Gorgeous image, Rayyan.
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    That Samyang 35mm seems pretty good,although harder to tell from a small jpeg,I wonder If Tim Ashley might be planning a test on this..
    Yes it is very good, no autofocus of course but I hyperfocal focus most of the time so is not important to me. Would be interesting to see what Tim thought of it.

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    Hi Allen, I hadn't thought to test it but if it's sharp to the edges I will!

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    Hi Tim,
    I tend to stop down to f11 or f16 for front to back sharpness (I can live with mild diffraction) but from f2 it is sharp. I have not really looked that hard at the extreme edges at wider apertures ( f2 to f5.6) which you seem to shoot at. And to be clear, the edges are very good the way I use the lens.

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    Hi Tim,
    I tend to stop down to f11 or f16 for front to back sharpness (I can live with mild diffraction) but from f2 it is sharp. I have not really looked that hard at the extreme edges at wider apertures ( f2 to f5.6) which you seem to shoot at. And to be clear, the edges are very good the way I use the lens.
    Thanks Alan,
    I tend to expect a lens to be sharp at the edge by F5.6 (or at latest F8) when viewed at 50% on scree. If it can do that, it's interesting - but it's amazing how many lenses fail to get over that relatively low bar!

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    D600,24-85 VR,85mm,f/8.0
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    D600,24-85 VR,24mm,f/8.0
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    Really nice, Cenek. You're rockin' that D600.

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    Lloyd,
    Thank you.

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    Folks, thanks to all for the ' likes '.

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    Thank you, Rayyan, for letting us share in your adventures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
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    Love the tone! Great work!
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