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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, Nice to see you shooting again! Cool Lines & Tone!
    Matt: Thanks & BIG +1 to that what Steve stated! Love that sort of crazy colors and blur in this one.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Steve; Wonder Capture my friend. Lovely.
    +1. Wonder indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Lloyd: Here's the view from my front porch (with a lens that i didn't keep):

    D3s; AF VR Zoom-NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED; 400mm; 1/3200 @ f/5.6; ISO 800


    Cheers, Matt

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    Looks like we both have tall things blocking the view.
    (I had that lens for several years. Sharp, but slow focusing, plus it seemed to hunt for focus a lot. And it was too BIG for a good travel lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1. Wonder indeed.
    Thanks!

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    Rayyan: As usual, Steve beat me to it! +1.

    Here's the view from my front porch (with a lens that i didn't keep):

    D3s; AF VR Zoom-NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED; 400mm; 1/3200 @ f/5.6; ISO 800



    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks a lot Matt. Nice to have you shooting again as Steve mentioned.
    Careful that thing is not only blocking the view ( per Lloyd ) I think it is tilting.

    Take care.

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    Rayyan: No doubt, you're on a roll - great picture (particularly like the inclusion of the oof background) and great PP!!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Very Concerning Gaze! Well Caught & Processed Rayyan!

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    Rayyan: No doubt, you're on a roll - great picture (particularly like the inclusion of the oof background) and great PP!!
    Hermann, grateful, as always, for your encouragement. Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Very Concerning Gaze! Well Caught & Processed Rayyan!
    Steve, my sincere thanks for being there.

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    A slight change of focus for me


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    Rayyan, Stunning Beauty صديقى

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    A slight change of focus for me

    Looks like your focus is in the right place! Wonderful treatment... gorgeous subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Stunning Beauty صديقى

    Steve, it has taken me a long time and hard work to write from right to left!

    I sincerely appreciate your kind words my friend.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Looks like your focus is in the right place! Wonderful treatment... gorgeous subject.
    Lloyd, grateful to you sir for your generous encouragement and comments.

    p.s. best regards to your families from you know who!

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    Brotha...You are Lighting up the Forum with Brilliance!!! Right On Rayyan..Right On!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Brotha...You are Lighting up the Forum with Brilliance!!! Right On Rayyan..Right On!!!
    Steve, thank you. Thank you truly sir.

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    Long time since I've posted anything here. I mostly use the GH1 for travel these days, but yesterday, I had did some work for a chain of restaurants, and Nikon was the way to go. I even borrowed a D700 for the occasion. Lovely camera. Did the whole job with the 50/1.8 and 80-200/2.8 plus GH1 with 7-14 for wide shots. Here's one:

    D700 with 80-200 f/2.8 @ 200mm, f/4 and ISO3200



    The only downside of the D700, except size and weight, is skin tones, particularly in mixed lighting and high ISO, which was basically what this job was all about. Caucasians look yellow, and Asians yellow with a green tint. Adjusting WB doesn't seem to change it much either. But hey, I'm shooting indoor in a dimly lit restaurant, handheld at 200mm and f/4. I seem to remember that there were some issues with that 10 years ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post

    (...) The only downside of the D700, except size and weight, is skin tones, particularly in mixed lighting and high ISO, which was basically what this job was all about. (...)

    If you have the opportunity to go back to the same place with the same mixed lighting it would be interesting to take a similar capture this time with Set Picture Control: Neutral, or D2Xmode1, and then shoot a frame with a greycard for WB reference.
    It ought to do the trick.

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    Steen, I forgot about that. What I don't get is why Nikon doesn't make that the default setting, since most photographers who have tried are apparently more happy with those settings than with the current default. Even my GH1 manages mixed lighting better than Nikon at defaults setting.

    Will those settings work with RAW btw? I guess not...

    The problem with the graycard and mixed lighting is that, once I move around, colour temperature changes. In practice, I shoot Auto or Incandescence settings and do WB adjustments during post. The problem is that often, before I have "unyellowed" the skin colours, the rest of the photo goes towards polar blue, and if I get caucasians right, the Asians turn green.

    I am exaggerating a bit here, but again: the GH1 doesn't have the problem, and even the D80 was better in this respect.
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    Jorgen, the settings do work with RAW, at least provided you use a compatible RAW converter like Capture NX / NX2, or LightRoom, which according to Stuart Richardson also understands the Nikon Picture Control system.
    It's also possible to change (e.g. choose another) Picture Control afterwards in the RAW converter software during post processing (conversion).

    The Picture Controls are to be regarded as image processing settings. We can choose them in the camera and then the informations will be stored in the RAW file.
    Or we can at a later stage choose them in the NX or LightRoom RAW converter. Provided we work with a RAW file, that is.

    Basicly a jpeg file is already processed (converted), so in the RAW converter we have no longer access to choose another Picture Control setting when working with a jpeg file.

    In my post # 114 in this thread I noted where to find the Optional Picture Controls if you do not already have them installed in your camera:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?p=265753

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    Once I've opened an image in Photoshop, the first thing I do is apply Auto Color. Eight times out of ten it comes back with a satisfactory result. Try it, you might like it.
    Just because it's "auto" something, diehards think it's for wimps ...

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    By the way Jorgen, which firmware version is installed in the borrowed D700 camera ?

    I think I recall that Corlan mentioned that the D700 colors were improved by the latest firmware update ...

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    I'll do some testing in the morning. Thank you both for your valuable input.
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    Fill it up..Caltex!! ( for those who remember )


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    Forum is going quite..

    Can't allow that..


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    Some color...Velvia


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    I often shoot in dim mixed light with high ISO, but I have found in RAW it is possible to clean the color up a lot, but I also figure that just getting the image with so little noise is such a miracle that I can forgive a little skin tone skew. I cannot recall at 3200 having that big of a problem but at 25,000 ISO it has been nearly impossible to make a neutral WB. But on the other hand, it wasn't the point, and a little noir feel to it added to the ambiance. The d700 is worth every ounce at those high ISO's. Joe

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    this is a multi-image stitch, equaling ~50 megapixels in full resolution. d300 + nikon shift 35mm




    another multi-image stitch, from a different, slightly more precarious position...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Forum is going quite..

    Can't allow that..

    Rayyan, my friend. Your last several images continue your history of simply amazing photography. Your composition is always strong and very appealing, your colors rich and warm. I also love your b/w conversions, which have wonderful tonality, and an intensity that just jumps off the page (aided, no doubt, by your consistently appropriate choice of when to use b/w vs. color). It's fair to say, that your post-processing pretty much without peer. But more that that, I love the compassion you have for your subjects. Never demeaning, always humanizing, like the one above. The young monk on the right seems relaxed, and at peace with the world, and this depiction leaves me wanting to know more. Thanks for being here, Rayyan, and for sharing your gift with us.

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    this is a multi-image stitch, equaling ~50 megapixels in full resolution. d300 + nikon shift 35mm

    another multi-image stitch, from a different, slightly more precarious position...
    These are really nice, Matt. Did you stitch them in Photoshop?

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    Terrific photos, Rayyan.

    Here's one for those looking for a table:

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8

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    On the other hand, after some loving care in ACR and Photoshop, the images don't look hopeless after all. This at ISO3200.

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/3.2, 1/80s, ISO3200, hand held

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    Yes, I'd say that works, Jorgen. And she's a beauty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post


    Very nice selective focus & framing Jorgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Terrific photos, Rayyan.

    Here's one for those looking for a table:

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/2.8

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    On the other hand, after some loving care in ACR and Photoshop, the images don't look hopeless after all. This at ISO3200.

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/3.2, 1/80s, ISO3200, hand held

    Lovely Squared!

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    ok... let's face it, i've left for so long that even the thread has changed. Not an easy one to catch up

    Spent the last hour or so though looking at all the fantastic work posted on the board...

    Rayyan, what can be said? I agree with all the well deserved praise, dunno what the ratio of new work and treasures from the vault, but you definitely raised the bar another notch in travel photography. A book? Needless to say, count me in for the first batch.

    Steve, your monochrome portraits are always an true enchantment for the beholder. The short series, "art museum", "well balanced" and "come fly with me" just rock. And, Silly Brother might very well be the best family portrait i've seen in ages. Truly great work, brother.

    Lloyd, splendid portraits and yea, you still have the most enviable porch view out there. Dramatic and well captured as always. You got some priceless family shots out there as well

    Leif, Steen, superb scandinavian flavours... kudos to the minimalist graphic compositions (Leif), and the amazing IQ. Steen, while i understand Jorgen's remark about the small story on the railways, i concur with the analog like, Tri-X quality of the backlit shot. Nice stuuf, guys.

    Well, could go on for pages... all additions deserve attention, Hermann's outstanding street work for composition, moment and humor (and IQ!) , Francesco's Masaļ, Joe's graphic studies, Darr, Frank, Matt, Matto and all, great, enjoyable work.

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    Some color...Velvia

    Sublime!!!

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    this is a multi-image stitch, equaling ~50 megapixels in full resolution. d300 + nikon shift 35mm




    another multi-image stitch, from a different, slightly more precarious position...
    Great Stitches & Images Mathew!!!

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    Fishing At The New England Aquarium..

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    5.

    6.

    7.

    8.

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    D3, Nikon 8mm ais, ISO 1600-3200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    On the other hand, after some loving care in ACR and Photoshop, the images don't look hopeless after all. This at ISO3200.

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm, f/3.2, 1/80s, ISO3200, hand held
    Jorgen, "hopeless"? Definitely not.
    One of your many, many brilliant photos.

    Techically, as Steen pointed out, the first thing to check when getting a D700 is the FW version. Don't accept anything under v.1.02 -or update it youself. It was a significant improvment in regard to skin tones especially at higher ISO.

    The default profile ("Standard") is usually not the best for high ISO work (though pretty convenient for all purpose, fast processing shots). D2X Mode 1 is good for many purposes, though in the specific matter of high ISO portraits i find the "Neutral" mode the most versatile choice at processing time.

    What you say about the grey card in mixed lighting is true... otoh in LR/ACR though, once you've found a set of parameters suited for on eof the shots (typically "Sweets" just above), you might want to save this as a preset and try applying to the series. It might not be spot on for all the series, but from experience it's often a great help and serve as a good starting point for processing the other shots. Generally works better than grey card when moving around in a heavily mixed lighting environment.

    Of course specific parameters such as exposure will vary, along with minor WB adjustments (within the +/- 200 °K usually).

    Just my 0.02...

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    Steve, great eye fishing here!

    (aren't some of these scary?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve, great eye fishing here!

    (aren't some of these scary?)
    Corlan, My Man! Welcome Back & Thank You For Taking The Time To Comment On All The Great Work Here! Im Sending You A "Zeiss Velvet Cloth" To Dust Off That D3x Of Yours So We Can See You "Shine" Again!!! Hope You & The Family Are Well & Please Dont Be A Stranger Around Here!

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    Velvet Cloth? Sounds good!

    Question though: will it be any help getting rid of those nasty flies?



    slightly larger version here

    D3X - 105VR - NX2 + b&w in PS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Velvet Cloth? Sounds good!

    Question though: will it be any help getting rid of those nasty flies?



    slightly larger version here

    D3X - 105VR - NX2 + b&w in PS
    Corlan, how many times have i told you about Showering before Shooting?!
    Beautiful Horse,"Nasty Flies", & Pretty Composition!

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    Rayyan, my friend. Your last several images continue your history of simply amazing photography. .
    ......
    Thanks for being here, Rayyan, and for sharing your gift with us.
    Lloyd, humbled and thankful sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Rayyan, what can be said? I agree with all the well deserved praise, dunno what the ratio of new work and treasures from the vault, but you definitely raised the bar another notch in travel photography. A book? Needless to say, count me in for the first batch.
    Corlan, welcome back. You have been missed. I have you down for the book.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    Sublime!!!
    Thanks guys.

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    Fishing At The New England Aquarium..

    8.

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    D3, Nikon 8mm ais, ISO 1600-3200
    Steve, the entire series is very fishy..but these two are the denizens of the deep. Just look at the mug on that last one. I am not a good swimmer either.

    But an excellent visit to the aquarium and brilliant shots.

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    slightly larger version here

    D3X - 105VR - NX2 + b&w in PS
    Corlan, from Steve's magnificent underwater foray, we see your glorious
    photo of what to me is the most beautiful animal. This one is very special.

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    Steve, the entire series is very fishy..but these two are the denizens of the deep. Just look at the mug on that last one. I am not a good swimmer either.

    But an excellent visit to the aquarium and brilliant shots.
    Thank You Kindly Rayyan!

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