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    Menos, great shots. Always wanted to shoot Formula One or something similar. Jorgen, you should shoot more auto racing - your photos were always terrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Menos, great shots. Always wanted to shoot Formula One or something similar. Jorgen, you should shoot more auto racing - your photos were always terrific.
    Thanks, Mikal. I'll shoot two or three races later this year, time permitting. It's not for a lack of want, but for a lack of time. Suddenly I found myself with a day job and three children. It's a hard life, but enjoyable

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    Jorgen, I hear you. If the day job doesn't get you, the three kids will. I too have three kids and think that being outnumbered by three kids is far more dangerous than shooting Formula One.
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    Forest Flame


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    First D810 with Sigma 50 mm ART, second with the135 Apo Sonnar.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nice photos, Dirk. As a second sports body to a D4s, I would look at the D7200. It's the fastest Nikon except the D4s and gives you the extra reach that you sometimes need. I don't shoot much racing anymore, but if I did, that would be my choice.
    Thanks Jorgen ;-)
    I tried the 7200 once but really find the finder not nice and the body too small for my large hands :-(
    The full-sized 35mm bodies fit me perfectly. The 800 feels already very cramped but I like the lightweight and small packaging in the bag.
    I was also VERY surprised how well the D800 works when using 1.2x or even 1.5x crop in camera - it feels very fast and I barely hit the buffer this way.

    I love the idea to have an additional TC in camera this way and found myself a lot less changing TCs, rather simply using DX crop (I also like the viewfinder masking, helps me in framing as you can still see a little outside the frame like with a Leica).

    I didn't get a D4 yet and plan to wait and see what Nikon does with the D5 (I hope they do away with mixed card slots) and finally upgrade my D3 then.
    The D800 + D3 works nice as a hold over for me. If Nikon would offer a D800 sensor with added speed and larger buffer in a full sized body, that would be my dream body.

    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Menos, great shots. Always wanted to shoot Formula One or something similar. Jorgen, you should shoot more auto racing - your photos were always terrific.
    Thanks ;-)
    If you have the chance to get to a F1 race DO IT! It is really worth it to hear and feel these racers rather than watching them on TV ;-)
    Oh - and earplugs can be left at home since the glorious NA engines with their flamethrower exhausts are sadly gone
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    Not been here for a while (sold my D600 last year) but I am recovering from surgery and with time on my hands have been into my archives. Found these from 2 years ago....
    Nikon D600, Samyang 35mm f1.4, SEP2






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    Splash!

    Three drops of colored water, two colliding and one about ready to. :-)

    Nikon D800E, 105mm, flash @~1/13000

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    'centered' - D810 / Sigma 35 Art

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    Quote Originally Posted by menos View Post
    Thanks Jorgen ;-)

    If Nikon would offer a D800 sensor with added speed and larger buffer in a full sized body, that would be my dream body.

    Have you tried the D810? Its got all you want apart from the full size body (which I also miss) but is almost fixed with the addition of the battery grip.

    I have a D4s D810 combo, and the 810 has the same AF module and modes as the D4s including the excellent group (which first came to the D4s) I tested it with the 4002.8 shooting a KTM 690 coming straight at me , through water with the setting sun directly behind the rider.. torture test really.. The AF nailed it!




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    I attended the annual meeting of the Pro Norwegian photographers association this last weekend... here taken outisde the hotel bar, after dark, very little light 12800 iso 58mm f1.4 at 1.4 on the mighty D4s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    And here welding.. lit with the light from the arc, and a griddded small softbox on a profoto D1air 1000w
    D4s


    D810 24-70



    D4s

    jesus thats baddass!!!
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    Nice stuff there Nathan! I am waiting what Nikon does with the D5. Until then the D3 + D800E will do nicely … but that 400mm ???

    D800E + 300/2.8VR + TC20III @1/10sec:


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Not been here for a while (sold my D600 last year) but I am recovering from surgery and with time on my hands have been into my archives. Found these from 2 years ago....
    Welcome back Alan

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    Another smoker..
    D4s 58mm f1.4 wide open, 12800 iso

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    You can do better Nathan with this optic

    The ancestor wide open -

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    Great photography in this page.
    I can post but I cannot see the likes or like. Is it a problem with the web site or is it just me?
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    going through a site upgrade, so like buttons temporarily disabled.
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    Good morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    You can do better Nathan with this optic

    The ancestor wide open -
    Forgive my ignorance but which lens?

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    1st outing with my new Sigma 35mm f1.4 ART lens…..



    Like what I'm seeing……
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    Lovely Heron
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    Nikon F5 with 58mm f1.4 Ilford Delta 400 pushed to 800 developed in DD-X

    Couple of girls on a train playing with my D4s


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    Nathan, nice to see you're still using film…..the F5 was a classic…. too dear for me at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Nathan, nice to see you're still using film…..the F5 was a classic…. too dear for me at the time.
    I will allow myself to go slightly off topic here...
    Still use film for personal work, LF, MF and 35mm I even use it on paid jobs if I have the time and inclination In fact I am almost done with a book for Norways biggest publishing house where I have done portraits with film.. either with my Hassy or with the Fuji GF670. The book is titled "Every day heroes" and we have travelled around Norway visiting emergency services and following them for 24-48 hours, with one portrait of the main person and lots of background and action shots. I took a pic of a anaesthetic doctor 3 in the morning after a hectic night of operations in an operating theatre and almost 48 hours of no sleep after following the fire brigade the day before and attending an all night house fire! I entered the Dr portrait in the NFF (norwegian pro photographer association) national competition and it won a Silver medal with 90 out of 100 points! Film is dead, long live film
    Back on topic.. when I switched my Canon / digihassy gear for Nikon I no longer had lenses for my trusty EOS1n film camera so had to get a Nikon body... I found a nearly mint F5 and paid a ridiculously low price for it too The F5 was a camera I loved when it came out even though I was a canon user then.. it was me secret desire.. Its kinda like discovering your teenage crush twenty years later and finding out you were made for each other hehe When I get the time I will post the film shot over on the MF page..

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    Hi Nathan, I know the feeling - several years ago I bought a mint Nikon F3 - my teen dream…. and recently almost bought a Canon F1n - another icon.

    Don't get around to using any film though…. who knows it may be time to resurrect the darkroom.

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    I owned several Film Nikons and sold all of them except one - a mint F3HP with motor drive. This was one of my dream cameras when I used to be younger - several years ago though --- and still is perfect IMHO. I plan to use it more in the future - a great complement for my digital Nikon Df

    I only need some good manual lenses - which I had sold also unfortunately, so I need to start collecting - shall be fun!
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    D5200 & 55-300mmVR ISO 2000
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    Chick of yellow cheeked tit
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    D5200 and 50mmf1.8
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    D810, 85 1.4 @ f16. 10 images stitched.
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    D810, 85 1.4 @ f16. 10 images stitched.
    Nice image John, which pano head are you using?

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    D5200 and AFS 55-200mm VR. who says kit lenses are no good.

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    Sport fishing camp in the South of Sweden this April.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GlenC View Post
    Nice image John, which pano head are you using?
    Thank you. I use an RRS on an RRS leveling base, but a man at the Utah workshop had an Arca Swiss D4 and I am thinking of getting one.
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    Nikon D810 | AF-S 24-70/2,8 | f11 | 2s | iso 64
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    Two images from yesterday. Nikon D800E, 14~24mm Nikkor. ISO 200, f13. First Image at 24mm, second image at 14mm. Thanks for looking.
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    Washing windows on rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Paris

    This was January, 2010. Re-worked this, crop, perspective, and color, with more recent version of raw conversion software.



    D700 with nikon's old 35 f2 af-d.
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    D800E 14~24 Nikkor at 14mm. ISO 200, f13, 1/250 sec. Converted to B&W in Silver Efex Pro 2. Thanks for looking.
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    'Sebago Lake breakwater' - D810 / Sigma 35 Art

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    Very nice image Douglas - I really like the sepia monochrome effect.

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    An experiment with light in a building out in the streets.



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    Photographing wild Fritillaries checkerboard flowers in the swamp-like fields next to the Doubs……



    Somehow got sidetracked by the forest ……

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    I recently upgraded to Photoshop CC and attended a class about digital blending...here are some first results - not perfect though

    Greetings, Jurgen



    Unfortunately I didn't have my tripod which would have led to better results


    Purposely a bit "overcooked" by cranking up the vibrance - ghosting also left intentionaly


    All images with D4s, 14-24/2.8 or 24-70/2.8
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