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    My youngest. A quick headshot taken this morning, D800E with 105DC at f4, DC set to zero, B&W conversion done in C1:

    Superb. Is your youngest married ?? I just ask ya know ...
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    Bday Present Huge 120x90 print

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    Superb. Is your youngest married ?? I just ask ya know ...
    Haha! How old is the eldest daughter??!

    Bright and cold here today, here's a quick shot from a nice spot down the road.



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    Superb. Is your youngest married ?? I just ask ya know ...
    She's single, 20 and still in college.
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    She's single, 20 and still in college.
    That is ok, I'm not very older than her and looking for a green card

    Joke aside she cute and might be a good model
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    C'mon, lets bring up this thread

    From last commercial work :

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    Hulyss, Kimchung, really nice work!
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    D800E,24-120/4 VR
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    Great shot Ceh!

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    I agree, Cenek. Great shot. Amazing view!

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    D800E + Zeiss 15mm

    [IMG] _DSC6657Step8sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, Spiffing Pics, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    I posted the color version of this image quite awhile ago. Worked it up tonight for a B&W print exchange (on Exhibition Fiber).
    Nikon D2x, 16-85mm AF-S lens at f5.6. I really should get out and use the D2x more often.

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    This is just the preview:



    You may click here after returning back home:

    Nikon D800e, Nikkor 200mm 2.0 @ 2.8
    Milan, Italy.

    NSFW:
    http://www.stanrox.com/wp-content/up...t-websharp.jpg
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    @ Stan -- Wow! You indeed have a great eye!!! Also, seeing these images makes we want to re-buy the 200/2. It's a lot of coin and does't focus particularly close, but it renders oh so nice! If I shot fashion, it would be a must-own lens.
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    Plus one from me!

    I had the 200/2, but sold it to buy a Leica Noctilux. I don't regret getting the Nocti, but wish I still had the 200/2.
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    This makes me very excited as my 200/2 arrives on Wednesday! Can't wait to shoot with it, not sure what I'm going to shoot yet!
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    And unfortunately, the 180/2.8 is not even a close second as a replacement.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    STOP with the damn 200 F2 shots for crap sake. Your freaking killing me. Love that lens
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Stan is pushing us to show more :/ !!

    About the 200/2 I had tested it : It is a big boy, very heavy.

    For ppl who want almost that range at an affordable price, you might try the 180/2.8 ED last edition. I use it a lot for outdoor portraits and it work very well. The bokeh is original, not as smooth as the 200 but it worth a try. It is far lighter but you need to be steady because no VR. This is my family/kid lens.

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    Very attractive "kid".

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    Hulyss makes a compelling argument for the 180
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    Thank you Mat and Lloyd.

    Thank you all for likes.

    .....................................
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    7 vertical images stitched with PTGui Pro..



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    D800/105 Micro AIS

    Home Grown Stock Photography...
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    Simple receipe : big white wall, lots of nice window light , a camera and a lens and a muse with too much energy :-)

    Btw, the 180 2.8 is a great lens!

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    This one is from my series Collected and Treasured>D800 on a Horseman VCC Pro + Nikkor Makro 120mm 5.6



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    This is just the preview:



    You may click here after returning back home:

    Nikon D800e, Nikkor 200mm 2.0 @ 2.8
    Milan, Italy.

    NSFW:
    http://www.stanrox.com/wp-content/up...t-websharp.jpg

    it is certainly a nice shot, the models skin in places is it a bit too perfect? or is there such a thing.

    love your work

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    it is certainly a nice shot, the models skin in places is it a bit too perfect? or is there such a thing.
    I'm a Beauty photographer. That translates into => "No unedited pictures"
    If you think she's perfect: she surely is.

    love your work

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    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I'm a Beauty photographer. That translates into => "No unedited pictures"
    If you think she's perfect: she surely is.



    Thanks.

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    as always, looking at your work gets me in trouble with the wife. The model is very fetching (in spite of the piercings ruining her face and the tattoos ruining her body - but that's my opinion) and your work is spot on. Bravo sir!
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    Shot from the car window in traffic.river Amstel.. D800e and Sigma 35mm f1.4 @1.4
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    Color version with a crop....
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    better like the b&w, also without crop, looks better and shines more..(and also more dramatic)
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    Nikon F4s / 24mm / Tri-X

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    Other from my series Collected and Treasured, D800 on a Horseman VCC Pro + Nikkor AM*ED 120mm 5.6 Makro.



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    Beautiful work all..

    ..........................



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan ROX View Post
    I'm a Beauty photographer. That translates into => "No unedited pictures"
    If you think she's perfect: she surely is.



    Thanks.

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    gotcha , you get some really great skin tones that is no doubt!!
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Nikon D600 with 25-85 zoom

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    D600/ 24-85 zoom

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    Hi Keith....
    ha, ha, new Investments or what...... (nice! and the Pictures too)
    let me be frank, I'm divided in 3 parts, while I'm longing on either the rangefinder feeling, or just, just seeing what you get, through the mirror, without gambling on focus-guessing.
    So one part is for the Oly E-M1, which I would think will just do what I want, and fast, without being so bulky, perhaps too fast. The other part is for the D610, while Nikon for my part has always been so effective (but perhaps too effective and perhaps a Little dull tones) and then worst and third part, involving total bankrupsy...the M240...but then perhaps one more lens than the four etc....because the rangefinder forces me to be more careful than my "natural born" lazy mind normally would allow me to be....(but age and glasses will it Work with the rangefinder)
    (But not that I will leave the GR)
    Is the D600 then a sort of conclusion for your part?
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    very nice, ceh, with nice front and back-focus!, and a nice walk!
    You left the D610 downhill I can see, and with no regrettings (more difficult, more steady hands, and mind??)
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    Death Valley
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    Race Track Intersection

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    Hope you like this one!



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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post

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    holy sh** that is bad a**!!!!!!!

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    D700 & 85mm

    I tend to update my FB page quite regularly so you are always welcome to visit and follow if you like . Have a nice weekend !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Hi Keith....
    ha, ha, new Investments or what...... (nice! and the Pictures too)
    .......
    Is the D600 then a sort of conclusion for your part?
    thorkil

    Thanks for noticing, Thorkil

    No conclusion - just another part of the tool kit. This is my first full frame digital. Like many here (and yourself?) I seem to be equally as intrigued by the camera as the image it takes. I vowed my camera collecting pursuits would not extend from film to digital, but its not turning out that way.
    Still using m4/3, Pentax, Nex, Alpha, Ricoh and yes, Samsung.
    Now there is something about a Nikon F5 that keeps floating into my brain - might come next Film is still very important to me.

    And, basically, I'm just following you around these forums - so I know you understand!

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    Nice to hear (and know), Keith !!
    I'm just perhaps a litle more modest than you, kitwise I think
    (but not counting all the small camera's in the shelf)
    just the GR, a K-30, K-5II, a swc and M6 (both untouched for several years now). Yesterday I was about in some minutes of insanity to buy a R19/2.8II and then later a A7R, after seeing the Picture in the A7R forum with that lens. But thanks god, I didn't. I have to be, in a certain degree reasonable, economically seen...and for two days back I was about buying a M240…hhmm. But instead I bought, okay for about a month ago, a MGB, a tiny British sports car from 74, cheap, so I can, at least in the summertime, spring and autumn, hurry out and drive up along the coastline with steady wind in the hairremainings, when I'm driven mad by considerations of buying new camera's. That might be a relief...and a very wise decition (ahemmm....)
    But yes, a D610 might be a reasonable solution, effective (and might be good too), even though perhaps not an eye-opener perhaps, but never the less.
    And then the E-M1, more sparkling, perhaps.....smaller, and stabilisation might compensate for lack of high iso.....(the M240 will remain as a dream….I think)
    hhmmm...(quickly hands in the pocket, the curser can suddenly be a dangerous tool)(awaiting MGB-spring-time)
    Instead of a F5, I could/should just use the M6 or the swc..
    Meanwhile you can pratice the D600!

    thorkil
    PS, but the D600 might be a camera that is so easy to use, so one has to take care, and beware of considerations, so that efficiency is not to be confused with boredom, while thats the danger, I think(as I experienced with the D3). One has to respect it as an effective Tool, and take care of creativity, where a Leica/rangefinder has a sort of builded-in awarenes in that area
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