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D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 80mm and f/2.8
Oh, and a new Nikon model. I don't know the name or any of the features for that matter, but a lot can be deducted just by looking at the visible features, don't you think
D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 155mm and f/3.5
Here are some lower end features. I don't know what that button is for (I hope for a shut-up function though), but notice the jewelry. Seems like features from the Lunar are catching on
I do prefer this to the Lunar, even though I'm uncertain about the maintenance costs. Is there a warranty? Can it be returned within a couple of years, even if it has been out of the packaging??
D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 175mm and f/2.8
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F6 with 85mm f/1.8 with Kodak ColorPlus 100, scanned on Plustek 8100
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D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 155mm and f/2.8
For the record, Jørgen, let me say here and now, WOW! Wonderful images, stunningly beautiful faces!
Today's a beautiful day (wife and daughter went to parents! :
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Thank you, Lloyd and Roman. Very much appreciated
Along the Nordic coast...
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D800E AF Nikkor 200mm f/4 6T diopter reversed
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15, 18 or 21mm?
Superb image Quentin!
What filter system did you use?
Jørgen - lovely portraits
AlexLF - spectacular cityscapes - especially the 1st one.
Where do the children play Cat Stevens - Where Do The Children Play (live) - YouTube f1.2 magic
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My Grandma, soon 90 and fresh like a morning dew
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Shot was done in field. I was walking through tall grass and his lunch flew up and he caught it. Followed where he landed and carefully approached. Raised the tripod just enough to get a clear background. Being in a field of tall grass, it was easy to get a green background. They are hard to get close to but I think he was enjoying his catch more than noticing me. Wind was a constant problem. Didn't have flash with me. I bumped ISO up and took many photos as the wind died down to get a well focused shot. Thanks for looking.
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Certainly isn't Saffron Walden CB10 Quentin but hey..... We've had a great summer .
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D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/13 and 1/80s
From a recent roadtrip across the Rocky Mountains and back: the glacier behind (to the west of) Lake Louise:
Nikon D90 with 200/4 AIS, tripod-mounted, 1/640sec, no filters.
42-image panorama, image formatted as 18X24" and 30X40" prints.
Curves and B&W conversion in Photoshop CS3.
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Absolutely beautiful Roman !!
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Nikon D800e, 14-24mm Nikkor at 14mm. Monopod. Gull added PP.
Dave in NJ
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D300 and 80-200 AF-S @ 130mm and f/4
Stunning color, Jorgen. But that car is kinda in the way.
Just for fun the Zeiss 135mm F2 at F5.6 Nikon D800E
Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.
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Thank you, Lloyd. Another one:
D2Xs with 300mm f/4 AF @ f/6.3
Now that's a traffic jam I wouldn't mind being stuck it!
Nicely done, Jorgen. I can feel the speed!
a 458 is always a wonderful thing to look at, Joergen! (and hard to follow)
Moscow is ever lasting construction site:
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D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 92mm and f/5
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And there you go again, Jorgen... Thank you!!
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Thank you, Lloyd. It's fun having fun, isn't it
some fast eyes, Jorgen
they must be at least f/1.2
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Thanks friends for stopping by.
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Great catch, Rayyan.