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    Hello ! It was done with the simple 50

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    Nice Hulyss, that 50 has a real character.

    Here's one in my normal style, I tried to get the wheel tracks to lead in to the barn but not sure they work so well as they aren't all that clear, anyway, here it is...



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    Thanks Mat !

    For your shoot, The tracks are ok but don't lead to the barn (not your fault). But, if you can bring this sort of thing with you, you can shoot from a higher point of view, and sometimes it help a lot !

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    Thanks Hulyss, if I take one of those on a shoot then I'm going to find it difficult not to take a hip flask full of whiskey and spend most of my time sitting rather than taking pictures!

    I need to work on my processing and shot selection, the tracks actually do lead to the barn in real life but the combination of shallow depth of field and the low vantage point as you spotted, means they're lost in the foreground. It's only down the road, i'll try again I'm sure!

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    On the subject of manual focus.

    D800E, 105mm 2.5 AIS at 11. 3 landscape shots stitched. I compared vs. 5.6 and did not see any (additional) diffraction at 11. So I chose DOF.

    Mesquite Dunes. GPS info in EXIF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    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.
    I would like to be in the boat, actually, I might get in the water too! Long distance swimmers are a proud community, I hope to document the triple crown of swimming!
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    Nowadays, usually see him in OR scrubs. In and out of the house..got to rush dad!!

    But it seems only yesterday that his mother and me were staying awake nights,
    looking after him, feeding him, changing his pampers..


    He is an M.D, and specializing in pediatric neuro-surgery...


    Ayesha looked at me once and asked, how do you feel now. Happy, proud and sad
    all at the same time I said. And you, I asked her. The same as you, she replied.
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    How time flies, eh my friend?

    Handsome fellow; comes by it honestly.

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    Rayyan, great photos. Be proud. How is your little grandson?

    I really enjoy looking at your photos and the comments attached to them. As the father of young kids, (12,8,and 6) I sometimes just stare and marvel at them, and wonder what they will do and become. I just hope that their generation can do a better job of ridding themselves of my generation's prejudices.

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    Johnny, take a look at the website the daily news of open water swimming. Also, get in touch with a guy named Evan Morrison who lives in San Francisco. He starred in an indie movie called "Driven" about open water swimming. Triple Crown of Swimming? Don't sell yourself short - shoot for photographing the attempts at the Oceans Seven swims.
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    Look what I found in my backyard.



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    All we have is a bunch of trees and a small broken koi pond in our backyard.
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    This was another random shot from my living room window.. It looked like a nice sky.. [email protected] wide open.. iso100 1/60sec
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    From last night: TigerDirect Holiday Bash 2013 at Marlins Stadium
    D800E + 50mm f/1.8
    12 image stitch panorama (click on image to see a 120Mpx version - via view all sizes on Flickr)


    TigerDirect Holiday Bash 2013 by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Gió Ponti designed this house in Caracas during the 50's. (El Cerrito).
    Now is a World Heritage kept by descendants from the original owners.
    There is a very low maintenance budget, as you can see is a bit deteriorated.
    The image is not retouched.

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    Speaking about backyards


    ©lick for native size (10.6 Mb)


    © • Nikon D800E • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/85mm G • 1/500 sec. at f/8 ISO 100 • Lightroom 4.4
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    Afternoon!

    It's all cold and overcast here today so decided on some long exposure shots, the sky broke a bit and I got lucky.






    Have a good weekend all.

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    while seeking a conversation with a sacred tree, I found these


    _DSC6269_pt by gungyduo, on Flickr


    _DSC6254_pt by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Grand Canyon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I don't think my wife will let me play in your backyard, Stan.

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    D800E and Nikon 200/4 Micro... on an Arca Cube, with a rail, using the on-camera flash for fill @ -1.5EV. (It was an afterthought as I was doing side-by-side comparisons of the 58G and 50/1.4G.)

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    - Orbital Error -

    One summer, one project for the visual of a little rock band. The idea was to reproduce a space crash and it was VERY hard for 1/4500 of a second. Moved hundreds of kg of soil, tone of steel, lost an incredible amount of body weight (22kg between April and October). All this for a photo ... I might have a team with me next time lol. Call it "dedication".

    The story is described in this slide-show, color is fun, b&w is work. Used the D700 and 50f1.2 for it. Have fun

    ORBITAL ERROR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    Grand Canyon
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    This is spectacular image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    This is spectacular image!

    Thanks very much Alex for your kind words! I truly appreciate it. Pramote

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    Thank you all for likes.
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    Evening!

    Tonight saw a little experiment that didn't go exactly to plan. Last week I bought a Giga T Pro 2 remote thingy ( could be great but is actually crap as it keeps turning itself off after 30 seconds!) for the D800 and have been messing about with it, the sky was clear tonight so decided to try some star trails, not ideal as moon was fairly bright. Settled on 20 minute shots stacked first, only got 2 before an aurora started up so I stopped it, guessing it would affect the exposure, here's the result..



    I quite liked it and should have carried on with more 20 minute shots, instead I decided to reduce to 10 minute shots as the moon was getting brighter, this is a stack of 10 x 10 minute shots at ISO 100 and wide open on the Zeiss 21mm, I quite like this too but a band of cloud rolled in.



    Anyway, there's tonights experiment, I trekked back and forward up that bloody hill for the last couple of hours, luckily it's just behind the house so i could pop back for a warm drink as it's around -10 tonight.

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    Wounded Android - Post Apocalyptic vision of a woman. (Nikon F6 + 50f1.2).

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    Terrific stuff lately folks. Keep it coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Terrific stuff lately folks. Keep it coming!
    Seconded!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Wounded Android - Post Apocalyptic vision of a woman. (Nikon F6 + 50f1.2).

    Stellar

    Since it's taken with an F6, I assume it must be film. What kind of film?
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    Thanks for the likes guys Film was Ilford FP4 Plus !
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    A picture from our trip to France:

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    Very nice AlexLF

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    Nikon D800E
    Photo of Maleek Washington, a dancer with the Kyle Alexander hip hop ballet company taken at Jacobs Pillow in Becket, Massachusetts
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    Love my 50/1.4D, on d800
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    Morning!

    Spent another evening out looking at aurora, nice one but the moon was very bright, helped with the foreground a lot though!



    Have a good weekend all.

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    Nikon D700/ 85mm.

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    Nice William, can't help thinking it would have been even better if you'd used a 50 rather than an 85, either that or moved back a bit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Nice William, can't help thinking it would have been even better if you'd used a 50 rather than an 85, either that or moved back a bit!
    haha! i think i can see why….
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    Nikon D800E,ISO 2400
    Rite of Spring Ballet, preformed by The Martha Graham Dance Company
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    I want More William !!

    Meanwhile :

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    Star

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    Talking Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Nikon D800E
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    haha! i think i can see why….
    Yes. You can, but we can't!
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    Firs attempt using a manual focus 14mm
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    Firs attempt using a manual focus 14mm
    Samyang? D600/800?
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