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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    Is that barrel distortion we se in that selfi ? or ?
    Distortion is in the eye of the beholder

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    Ok back to business … D800 some flashes, a beach in India and and Kiran…

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    seconded.

    Just found this star shot by accident, now I have an idea how to do it!!!


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    Beautiful!

    Here's a photo from the recent ice storm...

    Click on photo for viewing size.
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    D300 with 300mm f/4 AF @ f/4

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    Two shots from the Arlberg Hotel in Lech, Austria

    Df 14-24, 200 ISO



    Df PC-E 45mm, 800 ISO
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    Watching the cars go by

    Nikon D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 120mm and f/4



    Nikon D300 with 300mm AF @ f/4



    Nikon D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/3.5



    Nikon D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 155mm and f/4



    Nikon D300 with 80-200 AF-S @ 145mm and f/5.0

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    rush hour...

    Click for better view
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    Jorgen-

    What a beauty... the model of course!

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    Happy Holidays to Everyone!!! Ydo


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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Y Sol View Post
    Two shots from the Arlberg Hotel in Lech, Austria

    Df 14-24, 200 ISO
    ..the 14-24 does a very good job on the Df !!! (processing?)
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    ..the 14-24 does a very good job on the Df !!! (processing?)
    thorkil
    Yes, the 14-24 is amazing on the Df, but so it is on the D800!
    I use NX2 for converting and for the final touch Photoshop.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Thank you, Johnny

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    Merry Christmas Everyone

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    Using new 80-400 AFS is a enjoyable experience....much better than the old old VR version
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images



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    Evening!

    I hope everyone has had a fantastic Christmas, eaten and drank too much and is looking forward to the new year!

    I have had a great Christmas with my sister, brother in law and my 2 lovely nieces visiting me in Sweden. Lots of photo opportunities but here are a couple of the girls.





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    Thank you for sharing. Fantastic photos, especially for me here in the subtropical region I really miss white Christmas
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    Maspalomas desert, Gran Canaria

    A walk in Gran Canaria this Christmas resulted in this panorama. It's a handheld 8 images stitch in PS.


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    A couple taken at the Art Museum in Quebec City - they allow cameras but no flash.
    These two are from the Nikon J1 with Nikkor 6.7-13mm.

    Keith



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    So far, this winter has been wet, damp, mild, even warm – and that´s an understatement!



    D300, Voigtlander 2,5/75mm AI-S



    D300. 3,5/55 Micro-Nikkor AI´d (ca. 1972)
    F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or ai´d), 1,8/85 af-d,
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    Happy New Year!


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    Happy Delicious New Year!

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    Happy new year my friends ! May the Force be with you

    Emma

    Kind regards - Hulyss - hulyssbowman.com & LuSh
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    _DSC5728_pt by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Happy new year my friends ! May the Force be with you

    Emma
    Smokin'!!!

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    Think my days with Nikon is counted - but still have some Nikon files to post.
    More from My jumping Indian friends.. D800 24/70 - and a hole lot of PS.
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    Those look wonderful!

    How does this process work?

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    A Ziatype is a printing out process.. which means it develops as it is exposed.

    you take equal parts Cesium Palladium solution & Ferric ammonium oxalate solution and mix them. At this point the mixture is sensitive to UV light (normal visible spectrum won't expose it, so this can all be done under a low wattage yellow bug light.. which is bright enough to read under)

    You take the solution, and brush it onto watercolor paper, and wait for it to mostly dry. Humidity is very important, and I usually have the room up to about 70% humidity when coating). when the paper is dry to the touch (still damp, but you won't wet your finger if touching it), you repeat for a 2nd coating.

    The hard part is figuring out when to expose the paper. it needs to be 'damp' for the development to take place when exposed, but if too damp, it will transfer the solution to the negative, and ruin it.

    Before all of this, I've taken an image and created a digital negative. I use an HP Z3200 to print my negatives. they have a special profile for Alt-process negative creation on transparency material. You end up with a dark green negative after printing. There's a lot of calibration that goes on when you start.. and if you keep your variables consistent during the processing/printing... you don't need to do this often.

    Once the coated watercolor paper is dry enough, i put it on a vacuum easel an place the negative on top. I start the vacuum which brings the negative into very close contact with the paper. I then start the UV light (about 8 minutes) (Nuarc 26-1ks).

    When finished, I have an exposed image, but with unexposed palladium still in it.. so I run it through a series of clearing baths to remove the chemistry.

    easy.


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    Those look wonderful!

    How does this process work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    A Ziatype is a printing out process.. which means it develops as it is exposed.

    you take equal parts Cesium Palladium solution & Ferric ammonium oxalate solution and mix them. At this point the mixture is sensitive to UV light (normal visible spectrum won't expose it, so this can all be done under a low wattage yellow bug light.. which is bright enough to read under)

    You take the solution, and brush it onto watercolor paper, and wait for it to mostly dry. Humidity is very important, and I usually have the room up to about 70% humidity when coating). when the paper is dry to the touch (still damp, but you won't wet your finger if touching it), you repeat for a 2nd coating.

    The hard part is figuring out when to expose the paper. it needs to be 'damp' for the development to take place when exposed, but if too damp, it will transfer the solution to the negative, and ruin it.

    Before all of this, I've taken an image and created a digital negative. I use an HP Z3200 to print my negatives. they have a special profile for Alt-process negative creation on transparency material. You end up with a dark green negative after printing. There's a lot of calibration that goes on when you start.. and if you keep your variables consistent during the processing/printing... you don't need to do this often.

    Once the coated watercolor paper is dry enough, i put it on a vacuum easel an place the negative on top. I start the vacuum which brings the negative into very close contact with the paper. I then start the UV light (about 8 minutes) (Nuarc 26-1ks).

    When finished, I have an exposed image, but with unexposed palladium still in it.. so I run it through a series of clearing baths to remove the chemistry.

    easy.
    wow!!

    really like the end result

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    Morning and Happy New Year to you all.

    I had a break from family duties this morning and took an hour in the garden. I've been meaning to take some shots of my old, knackered out-buildings. They are all leaning pretty dangerously after many years of neglect but there is such beauty in the faded paint, decaying wood and rusty nails, I think they are worthy of being recorded.

    Anyway, here are a couple, the camera is level, the buildings aren't! I like it that way.





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    _DSC5777 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    _DSC5775 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/attachme...1&d=1388749646

    (hope did the attachment good)

    Wish a great Year to all of you.

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    More Himalaya, Tengboche 3.880 m BS, Everest with a snowstorm in the back.
    D800 and C/Y 28mm 2.8.
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    Happy New Year!



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    9 degrees F, for me it was damn cold!

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    One from today with the 14-24...

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    Afternoon!

    Grey and overcast here for a week now but got out yesterday for a few shots.

    This is with the 200 f2, really love this lens!



    Here's one with the Zeiss 21



    I hope everyone is having a good start to 2014!

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    Some from the Andes.





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    Ah, France!



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    Afternoon!

    I'm working on a project at the moment and have been scouting locations for the last few days. There's a huge power infrastructure up here in the North of Sweden, loads of hydroelectric power stations and huge power lines dissecting the forest. My brief is to show the power and nature together and these are a couple of practice shots in preparation for the sun returning and some decent light!



    Here's one from this morning, heavy fog but I really like the panoramic view and mix of river, trees and power lines.

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    my first post here on GET DPI -
    trying to figure out how this works .. so begyapardon in advance
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    5-image panorama, shot from the highway between Hope and Salmon Arm, British Columbia, with my newly-acquired Nikon 105/2.5 on D90.
    B&W with Silver FX; curves etc with Photoshop CS2.


    6-image macro panorama with Nikon 105/2.5 and 26mm extension tube on D90.
    Stitched and curves in Photoshop CS2.

    Really liking this lens - thanks to those who posted in the "Manual Focus Lenses" for the testimonies and examples!
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    With all the activity over in the Sony group, it's easy to forget that people are still having fun with cameras besides the Sony A7 and A7r....especially here in the Nikon group.

    I posted an image of this old boiler over in the Sony A7/7r thread (shot with my A7 and Leica 35-70 Elmarit-R), but it was taken on a heavily overcast day. The day before, I took this photo of the same boiler with my D7100 and 60mm Micro-Nikkor lens.

    Different light, different cameras/lenses...same old Cleaver & Brooks boiler.

    Personally, I think the D7100 and Micro-Nikkor lens performs pretty well...even when stacked up against the latest new kit from Sony, paired with Leica glass.

    Gary



    Higher res cropped section of the same image, but not 100%.
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