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    49 Fantastic Photographers and Me


    seems like the economy has recovered

    so now the madness can start over again


    ©lick for actual pixels


    © • Nikon D610 • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/50mm G • 1/400 sec. at f/8 ISO 100 • Capture NX-D
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    You folks are inspiring me. I've loaded a roll of XP2 Super film into the F6 and have it, 28 and 50 mm lenses in a bag ready to go for a walk now.

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Lilacs after the rain by chrism229, on Flickr

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    I don't know about the rules for posting photographs taken with another kind of camera, but I think this one will be allowed - it was even taken with a Nikkor 300mm/f9 lens!

    Nikons by chrism229, on Flickr
    (Chamonix 10x8, Kenthene glossy paper negative)

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Last film of the day. F6, Portra 160, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:

    Chinese Lanterns 2 by chrism229, on Flickr

    Stump by chrism229, on Flickr

    Swallowtails by chrism229, on Flickr

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    'town dock, heavy fog' - D810 / Tamron 24-70

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    Forcing myself to see at brunch today...

    Four thirds rulers.


    Math coffee


    Ice cold


    Cross in the coffee


    - Ricardo
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    Cheap film day! F6, Kodak Ultramax 400 @320, Unicolor presskit, X1 scan:

    Brooke Alexandra by chrism229, on Flickr

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    'Fort Popham' - D810 / Zeiss Distagon 21/2.8

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    Ok, some quick shots from Saturday's walk with the Nikon F6.

    No great art, but I've confirmed that the F6 and my lenses are working well...


    Nikon F6 + Nikkor 28mm f/2 AI


    Nikon F6 + Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S


    Nikon F6 + Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S + TC-16A AF Telextender

    Mostly near wide open, Ilford XP2 Super. Scanned with a Nikon Coolscan V.

    Notes:
    - I find that the TC-16A AF teleconverter works ok, focus is best if I'm stopped down to f/2-2.8 on the 50mm lens. I'm certain from testing that I can focus the 50/1.2 more accurately with manual focusing when wide open. I'll likely not use it much, but it's kinda fun to have around.

    - I've ordered a Nikon 35/2 AF-D lens, just to have one native AF lens that I can also use on the F, but I may well send it back since the 28mm and the 50mm are so easy to focus anyway. I do prefer manual focus most of the time; AF is a nice convenience.

    Anyway, I'm very pleased with the camera. Just have to get used to its bulk and weight. Can't say that I would really enjoy carrying something this large and heavy very often anymore, but the Nikon F6 is a magnificent piece of machinery. Such smooth operation, excellent controls, wonderful feel, etc.

    enjoy!
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    Lodge, Out, Bird -





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    Realto Beach Sunset

    Relate Beach, Olympic NP
    Nikon 810, Zeiss 21 mm
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Hulyss- I like the color you got in those shots. What are you using to develop them? Just curious.

    - Ricardo
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    Hello Ricardo,

    I use C1pro8 but those shoots aren't processed. Most of the processing is done on stage with camera settings and this is kind of intuitive (and change constantly).

    For example on this session (not allowed yet to post more) it was overcast so most outdoor shots are at WB 5000K, matrix or spot (depending of the subject), indoor shoots on AWB, red eyes processed in camera directly on the raw... and this will change on the next session.

    But most of the time it is intuitive, to render the best out of a situation.
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    OK, sort of got it. I am not necessarily expecting a big processing. C1Pro8 makes sense.
    Question: this a FF Nikon camera I guess?

    Update: nm, saw the exif (answer is yes).

    - Ricardo
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    Godfrey- I like the first shot of the three. A sequence/documentary of someone or the place they are in would work good with that shot.

    - Ricardo

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    Last night I soldered a power supply and a potentiometer to the motorised Rondinax and tonight I wanted to try it with a colour film. Having no one else home, sat myself in front of the F6 and guessed the focus (rather badly). The Superia 400 came out of the machine quite nicely though:

    Self-portrait by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Hi Chris

    Seems you would have liked our old Jobo developing machine - I remember the joy of developing E6....

    Quality was excellent though - better than commercial labs - and I could rally fine tune exposure & developing.

    Cheers, S

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    Have a good WE folks



    Nikon D800 / Sigma 150mm f2.8 macro
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    Hi Chris

    Seems you would have liked our old Jobo developing machine - I remember the joy of developing E6....

    Quality was excellent though - better than commercial labs - and I could rally fine tune exposure & developing.

    Cheers, S
    Oh, I hear you, but I really can't justify the expense of chasing after old Jobo parts or buying one of the new ones that are priced to ensure failure - but I can see the attraction. Where there is a fixed recipe for developing a film, such as C-41 or E6, I see no dishonour in automating the process, and there is a lot of fun in cobbling together a homemade system that combines convenience with individuality. Where there is room for experiment, and there are many different roads to the best result, as with B&W, it seems to me to be both cheating and restrictive to stick to one pre-programmed technique. I'll carry on using various tanks and chemicals for B&W!
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    Oh, I hear you, but I really can't justify the expense of chasing after old Jobo parts or buying one of the new ones that are priced to ensure failure - but I can see the attraction. Where there is a fixed recipe for developing a film, such as C-41 or E6, I see no dishonour in automating the process, and there is a lot of fun in cobbling together a homemade system that combines convenience with individuality. Where there is room for experiment, and there are many different roads to the best result, as with B&W, it seems to me to be both cheating and restrictive to stick to one pre-programmed technique. I'll carry on using various tanks and chemicals for B&W!
    If you stayed closer - I would have given it for free.... needed to clear the cellar.
    B&W was great fun - different developers - different grain patterns... a different time and age...
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    D800 & Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8
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    F6, 85mm/f1.4, Acros 100, Qualls' monobath, X1 scan:

    Holly 2 by chrism229, on Flickr

    Leaves by chrism229, on Flickr

    and with 50mm/f1.4:

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    'Harbor Fish Market' - D810 / 70-200/f4

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    'ship's compass' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Graduation time at MS 51, Brooklyn NY.

    My old AF 180mm 2.8 D never lets me down - this is ISO 6400 wide open on a D800E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Here's a pano from the Matanuska Glacier. Note the single climber in the upper left corner of the image.
    Nikon D800e, 24-120/4G VR lens (at 120mm). Four image stitch.
    Printed this one on 13x38 inch paper recently. Much better!

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    Feel lonely ?



    Come dance with me.

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    'Summer' - D810 / Zeiss 21

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    'missing planks' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    I like this image a lot and I know it's a new "style" for you, but personally I value good blacks in any image, mono or color.
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    Faded is the new black, Jack.

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    F6, 85mm/f1.4, Pan F, Qualls' monobath, X1 scans:


    Lantern by chrism229, on Flickr


    Baby Apple by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Trying out the good old 300mm on the D810:

    D810 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 AF @ f/4



    D810 with Nikkor 300mm f/4 AF @ f/4

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    Nice work, Jorgen - I still have my old 300mm f4.0 as well - still giving good service after 25 years!
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    'there's always one' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    D810, 28-300mm:

    Fig Junction by chrism229, on Flickr

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Size:  199.9 KBViolent east coast storm here on June 23. Nikon D800E 24~70 f2.8 Tamron VC at 70mm, and f2.8, ISO 800.
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    'lobsterman's gear' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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