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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    One of my first shots with the Zeiss ZF.2 100/2 Makro Planar.

    Nikon D700. ISO 200. 1/250 sec at f2. Hand held.
    Lightly processed in Snapseed (I'm away from my computer and couldn't wait any longer to play with the first images).
    There aren't many interesting plants left here at the tail end of Fall, so these rose hip berries are the most reliable subjects I can find.
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    Some Architecture.



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    You got a fine lens Benson. I have enjoyed the V1 100 Zeiss for a long time. Nice inaugural shot.

    I owned both lenses Benson, the 105VR and the 100 Zeiss. It is my opinion, the 105VR could not compete. Was out of it's league with the 100. as good a lens as it is, and as easy as it is to use with that VR handheld, it's still a reach IMO due to the bokeh difference alone. But fine detail I think the Zeiss delivers on another level.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    You got a fine lens Benson. I have enjoyed the V1 100 Zeiss for a long time. Nice inaugural shot.
    Thanks! I think the Leica APO-Macro-Elmarit-R 100/2.8 may be the only lens which is better than the Zeiss, but I don't have one, so my Zeiss will have to do.
    At least for now.

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    One more from today with the Zeiss ZF.2 100/2 MP.

    I love playing with the extremely shallow DOF.

    D700, ISO 200, 1/250, f2
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    Ok, this is the last of the rose hip pics. Again with the Zeiss 100MP.

    I'm amazed any of these came out well, considering all of these shots were hand held and the slightest movement, by me or the subject, moved the point of critical focus into the OOF areas.

    It is definitely a sweet lens.

    D700, Zeiss ZF.2 100/2 Makro-Planar, ISO 200, 1/160, f2.8
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    Nice! You can definitely see a difference between the Zeiss and the 105, just a far richer and more pleasing image. Enjoy!
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    Shots from the Angsana Balaclava Resort on Mauritius with the D3x







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    A new Nikon? WOW!! x2 WOWs!!


    Can't wait to try it!! Maybe it can remove the power lines...
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    Recently got the Nik Silver FX software and a Nodal Ninja panoramic head:


    Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16/2.8 at 16mm, bracketed panoramic exposure - top row 6sec f/16, bottom row 15sec f/11. Total 12 images stitched in Photoshop.


    B&W conversion done in two halves: Photoshop and Nik Silver FX (via layer masks).

    Constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated!
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    What's with the sky spots? Selective vignetting? nice image though.
    /M-TP240/MM+Luxious trinity(24:35:50) + 75 2.0 APO ASPH Cron + Nikon D3X/D700, 58 1.2 noct, 28 1.4d,200VR + Zeiss 35/50/100 + 135mm 2.0 DC, 17-35/24-70/70-200VRII, Einstein studio...

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    I shot this in Monochrome mode with D3X. I swear it loaded them in monochrome, and as soon as I rotated the image, then they were in color again. Seemed strange. Anyway, I went back to black and white in Silver Efex Pro II for this shot. Since that was what I intended to begin with... 58mm 1.2 Noct/D3X

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    If you're shooting RAW, that will happen. Shoot RAW+JPEG and the JPEG will be monochrome and the RAW will be in color.
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    Thanks, I always shoot raw. There's no other option as far as I am concerned. I know I saw it as BW at first though, that was what was weird. I was just playing, I know I can convert to bW anyway. It's good to play around and see what it does.
    /M-TP240/MM+Luxious trinity(24:35:50) + 75 2.0 APO ASPH Cron + Nikon D3X/D700, 58 1.2 noct, 28 1.4d,200VR + Zeiss 35/50/100 + 135mm 2.0 DC, 17-35/24-70/70-200VRII, Einstein studio...

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    What's with the sky spots? Selective vignetting? nice image though.
    Those might be marks on the lens that I forgot to clean up in post.
    Thanks!

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    Those are stunning images, Pierrard. My only issue is the odd vignetting in the sky of the color version. Very nicely done.

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    Those are stunning images, Pierrard. My only issue is the odd vignetting in the sky of the color version. Very nicely done.
    Many thanks Lloyd! The odd vignetting may be a result of doing the wide angle stitch into the light of the sunset, but I'm not entirely sure.

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    A friend of mine turned 60 yesterday. I took the D700 to the party. All photos with D700 with 85mm f/1.8 AF @ f/2.0 and ISO 6400.







    Things I sell: Stock photography by Jorgen Udvang at Alamy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    nice Pictures, but I'm sorry, that I can't help telling that this chair is an unlegal copy of this Danish designed and produced chair designed by architect Hans Wegner:

    Frontpage - Carl Hansen & Søn

    take a look at the video and see and feel the difference..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    nice Pictures, but I'm sorry, that I can't help telling that this chair is an unlegal copy of this Danish designed and produced chair designed by architect Hans Wegner:

    Frontpage - Carl Hansen & Søn

    take a look at the video and see and feel the difference..

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    Yes, I know Thorkil! You can find these copies everywhere in Asia.
    I'm a big fan of Danish design. As a child my father took me to the SAS hotel
    in Copenhagen in the 1970's, it had a big influence on me.

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    Boboli Gardens,Florence,Italy..



    D600,24-85 VR
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    How to come from that:



    To look like that ?

    *




    Answer : Torture >> Model's Training - YouTube

    I tortured myself too. It's important to suffer at the same level !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    Yes, I know Thorkil! You can find these copies everywhere in Asia.
    I'm a big fan of Danish design. As a child my father took me to the SAS hotel
    in Copenhagen in the 1970's, it had a big influence on me.
    , yes I can imagine, and it's hard to do anything about it of course.
    Yes the hotel of Arne Jacobsen, who also made some nice furniture.
    In my childhood they were everywhere, the Danish furniture, so it seemed to be rather booring. But now where I'm more “grown up”(60+), I can better appreciate the shapes, the thoughts and the splendid craftsmanship. Things changes along with oneself. And even things that one previously took for granted, returns to one in a new way and quality often then seems to grow upon one in a stronger way.

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    Afternoon!

    This might sound a bit odd as it's not a very exciting photograph but this is one of the best pictures I have taken. This morning in the forest behind my house, the Zeiss 135 wide open, it looks exactly how it felt to be standing there in the fog amongst frosty trees and snow.

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    Hulyss, that's a stunning photograph, poor girl! I need more beautiful people in my life, I'd love to try portraits, I only ever have landscapes!

    Mat

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    Pierrard actually, I meant the dark uneven hues, at top, maybe it was natural lighting, if so, carry on... That's all I thought looked a bit out of place. Maybe it had something to do with it being a 12 image stitch, I just read that... wow. that's big.

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    I was in Greenland yesterday and I was digging for my igloo when I suddenly found a strange plane with a frozen guy in it. Well... I gave him some soup and he was ok for a photo. He said that his name is Steve Rogers ... anyone know him ?

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    no, but he needs a shirt in both Greenland and this forum which is predominantly guys. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    no, but he needs a shirt in both Greenland and this forum which is predominantly guys. lol.
    Captain America does not need shirts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    How to come from that:



    To look like that ?

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    Answer : Torture >> Model's Training - YouTube

    I tortured myself too. It's important to suffer at the same level !
    Really great work Hulyss !!
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    Captain America? I'm not really familiar, I must have missed that episode of 60 minutes... The name seems vaguely familiar.

    But I do like the space landing party lady, or whatever her role is... :-)

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    Hey,

    have been in Dubai last week.

    D800e, Zeiss 135 mm @ 2.0

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    TAD - Labs at Hifi & Surround Show in Copenhagen 2013. Two images stitch.

    Nikon D3x | AF-S 24-70 | f2,8 | 1/30 | iso 1600
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    Stan... you Rox !!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    Hey,

    have been in Dubai last week.

    D800e, Zeiss 135 mm @ 2.0

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    This is how we spend fall in Florida:











    All shot with Nikon D800E + Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8
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    Love the heel of that boat!

    Pierrard- Try tweaking the luminance levels, especially in the blue/aqua areas. A little highlight adjustment might help too. Nice photograph!

    Here's one more low res image of the English Channel swimmer in training...D800 85mm1.4G (1)Profoto (didn't have the correct gel though)
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    I've been shooting this little gal and her family for the past several years. Her parents have been friends of our since before they even met each other. But these two are probably my favorite shots of her ever.

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII, 112mm @f2.8:
    [IMG][/IMG]

    D3s, 85/1.4 @f2:
    [IMG][/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I've been shooting this little gal and her family for the past several years. Her parents have been friends of our since before they even met each other. But these two are probably my favorite shots of her ever.

    .....
    Welcome back. And lovely images and an even lovelier subject.:thumb up:

    Best.

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    Thank you my friend. Much appreciated.

    Our best to you and the lovely Ayesha!

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    Superb Lloyd, especially the second.

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    D800 and 14-24mm




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I've been shooting this little gal and her family for the past several years. Her parents have been friends of our since before they even met each other. But these two are probably my favorite shots of her ever.

    D3s, 70-200/2.8 VRII, 112mm @f2.8:
    [IMG][/IMG]

    D3s, 85/1.4 @f2:
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Lloyd, The images are not displaying.

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    Sorry about the images. My client asked me to take them down. They've had some issues with a stalker, so I felt I needed to be sensitive to their concerns.

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    John, nice shot. Any plan to be in the boat when she swims the Channel? Those shots would be quite interesting. Many years ago, when we lived in New York, my father befriended a Channel swimmer named Tom Hetzel who swam in the Long Beach pool. That was circa 1969. I was about 8, my father 40. Mr. Hetzel inspired my father to swim his first mile at age 40.

    So, if you are ever on the boat during one of the swims, please post photos if you have permission.

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    Afternoon!

    I grabbed half an hour today to take a few shots, whilst buggering about with this, I decided to have a go at Hulyss' style of processing, this isn't up to his standards by any stretch and I'm not sure it works but I like a bit of an experiment, sorry Hulyss!

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    Simple portrait - @f1.2 of course.

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    Harry Potter under acid

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    Very nice portraits, Hulyss. Which f/1.2 lens is it?

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    I have the same question. Actually there is a Nikon-S 55mm 1.2 for sell at a local store for a real good price. Would this be a good character lens?

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