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    Also very nice, Hulyss. Love the B/W conversion here.

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    Nikon D300 | AF 85/1,8 | f11 | 1/250s
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    Sky is very sad actually ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    Nikon D300 | AF 85/1,8 | f11 | 1/250s
    cute...
    Fun with Nikon Images Just Sandra.. World of Games
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Another from the Alabama Hills.
    Mobius Arch at First Light.
    Nikon D800E, 16-35mm at 16mm, f11 for 30sec.


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    Asia /

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Let's move back to color slowly

    thats a great place!!!
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    Afternoon

    Got back home to Sweden last night after an interesting trip to Taiwan, life is somewhat quieter here!

    Quick shot on the way to town to get some supplies, this is why I love Sweden.

    http://matrichardson.com/
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    D800 + 58mm 1.2





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    Don't mess with Ukraine

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    Serenity



    Nikon D3x | Nikon 24-70mm |
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

    Jeff, but my friends call me Dogs
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    The mood:

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    Tremendous Images!!!
    http://www.stevemarkphoto.com/
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    D800e, Otus
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    Sydney Blush



    | Nikon D3x | Nikon 24-70mm | 5 shot stitch |
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Evening

    I'm working on a series of shots for a client who is very specific with the look they want. I'm waiting for the light to be just right but I quite liked this from today.

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    D800E Zeiss Otus 55
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    omg chattanooga

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    D800e,Otus
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    D800E Zeiss 21 ZF.2 No processing other than DXO Viewpoint 2
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    Morning

    Well I got the shot I was hoping for, client is very happy. Brief was to show the power grid here, as Sweden is famous for its renewable resources, this spot at the river is great. Combining the river used for hydro, the weather driven by the wind for the wind turbines and the sunlight for the solar with the central pylons and power lines sort of brings all the elements together.

    Very happy that this is being printed 2m wide for permanent display at the head offices.

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    Ghost Ship -

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    That's a cool shot Hulyss!
    http://matrichardson.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    That's a cool shot Hulyss!
    Agree!

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    In keeping with the blue/gold tones of Hulyss' intriguing image, here's a shot I did as a desktop background:

    A little copper wire tree in front of my computer monitor.
    I found the tree at a thrift shop, this is the second shot I'm happy with of it.



    Nikon D90, 105/2.5 AIS, 2sec at f/22 for depth of field. 8-image stitch.
    3-light setup involving desk lamps and a flashlight.
    Photoshop CS3 with some Silver FX thrown in there.
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    Pretty comp Pierrard.

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    Afternoon!

    I'm getting in to flash photography after buying a new B1, had a few days messing about and today had a shoot I've been planning with a local guy. I'm photographing some of the real characters I have met since being in Sweden and this is Alf, a really funny guy who owns a little bicycle repair shop.





    And a more traditional portrait shot.

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    Today's weather... changed twice! Yeah, it's spring









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    Kind regards - Hulyss - hulyssbowman.com & LuSh
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    Hulyss, like those color what software are using for NEF?
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    The Zeiss 50mm Makro-Planar I ordered arrived earlier this week. I wanted to test it out on the D800e.

    No brick wall tests for me. Nope this one is painted concrete block.

    Gary



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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Hulyss, like those color what software are using for NEF?
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    Hello Antonio,

    For NEF I use View NX 2 then I set curves. I do not like PP. Load of new models for me this year

    Miss H.

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    Beautiful Hulyss, i'm trying hard to get lovely soft lighting like that on my portraits and it isn't easy. Your model is also stunning!

    Mat

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    Two images with D800E: first was taken with 14~24 at 14mm, second with Zeiss 18mm. Both converted to B&W in "Exposure" plug in, Tri-X emulation (grain "ON"). Thanks
    Dave in NJ
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    Attachment 80460

    50mm F1.8 AF shot at
    1/2500, F2.5
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    Haaa !! Spring is coming !

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    Hulyss, that may be my favorite ever of your photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Hulyss, that may be my favorite ever of your photos!
    hoho !! I have some more in stock !! Do not buries me that quick

    Thank you
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    Ok. The favorite so far.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Playing around with some B&W conversions tonight, after reading the article Jorgen posted about Tri-X. I tried the SilverEfex Pro2 Tri-X filter, but I preferred the Plus-X filter conversion.

    Not surprising. Years ago, when I was shooting B&W film almost exclusively, I rarely shot with Tri-X. I preferred Kodak's Panatomic-X or Plus-X, Ilford's Pan-F or FP4.

    Gary

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    Inspirational stuff Hulyss, loving the portrait work, it makes me want to work hard to get better.

    Here are a couple of shots from last night, just trying to get a hold of my new little studio and using the strobe to get different light, there's so much to learn and even small adjustments make a big difference!



    This is experimenting with the Zeiss 135 f2 wide open and using low light with the beauty dish, needed a tripod to get reliable focus!

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    Attachment 80466
    Jack fruit just started

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    Inspirational stuff Hulyss, loving the portrait work, it makes me want to work hard to get better.

    Here are a couple of shots from last night, just trying to get a hold of my new little studio and using the strobe to get different light, there's so much to learn and even small adjustments make a big difference!
    Yea it's hard work. But your on the good way, lights are ok, colour balance too. Just play around with the models. If they do not like playing, change them

    Your lens is perfect for studio work. Don't bother you with a tripod, it just kill the studio dynamic and I'm sure you will practice to nail focus every time hand-held. I shoot mostly manual.

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    Lone Tree - F6

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    Afternoon!

    Had a day in my little studio, built a new moveable wall to act as a large reflector, works quite nicely painted white. So much satisfaction from building what you need I find!

    What do you flash users do when testing out new equipment and stuff? I'm having to stand in and use a remote trigger but there's a very good reason I stand behind a camera, I'm rough as f...

    Anyway, I think this is a fair representation of how much I need people to photograph! The reflector worked ok though, just a little fill on the shadow side.

    http://matrichardson.com/
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    Hulyss, don't get jealous that you only have beautiful women to photograph, I will fly over if you really need me to. Haha!
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    Well... I decide to photograph beautiful women ;p
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    Afternoon!

    Had a day in my little studio, built a new moveable wall to act as a large reflector, works quite nicely painted white. So much satisfaction from building what you need I find!

    What do you flash users do when testing out new equipment and stuff? I'm having to stand in and use a remote trigger but there's a very good reason I stand behind a camera, I'm rough as f...

    Anyway, I think this is a fair representation of how much I need people to photograph! The reflector worked ok though, just a little fill on the shadow side.



    Sellfie with the ring of truth.
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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/attachme...1&d=1395520367
    I've just acquired my first ever AI-s lens . Here's a few from a recent walkabout by the Thames in London. D600 with 28mm f2.8 Nikkor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    ...I'm having to stand in and use a remote trigger but there's a very good reason I stand behind a camera, I'm rough as ...
    Reality is much more compelling than the fantasy we evoke in fashion, glamour and most commercial endeavors.

    Life is short...more so than most want to admit. We in the West avoid the normal wonderful transition from adolescence to maturity...rather reflecting on the peak of physicality evolving in pubescence.

    Essentially selling ourselves short in the process...most of the consequence of our existence occurs much later in life.

    BTW, not a bad selfie....challenges the Colin Powel example from the past.

    Side note: I spent a lot of time trying to perfect my LF portrait skills with my (at that time) 5 year old daughter....she to this day avoids the lens like the plague...so perfecting your technique without wearying your
    client is not a bad deal.

    Great lighting in your portrait.

    Regards,

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