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    Another walk down memory lane....



    Nikon D700, old AF35-105mm zoom


    I recall how I loved being able to use my old Nikon lenses on the new D700....
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    F6, 85mm/f1.4, XP2 @400, HC-110, X1 scans:




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    Nice work Chris.

    Query - isn't XP2 meant to be developed using the C41 colour process...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Nice work Chris.

    Query - isn't XP2 meant to be developed using the C41 colour process...?

    Yes, it is, but all C-41 films can be developed in B&W developers, and it seems particularly apposite for a B&W C-41 film. I have developed XP2 in Diafine:

    Cartwheel by chrism229, on Flickr

    and in Qualls' monobath but the results are a bit grainy:

    Balmoral Kirk #2 by chrism229, on Flickr

    Expose it at ISO200 and develop semi-stand in Rodinal and you have a very smooth result:

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    ISO400 in HC-110 1+49 is just as smooth, but a bit contrasty:

    Pippa 2015 #28 by chrism229, on Flickr

    At the end of it all, I simply don't want to expend my C-41 chemicals when I don't have to do so, and finding quick and simple B&W developer recipes for XP2 saves those chemicals for colour films.

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    I just returned from my first visit to the Adirondacks. I wish I had been there a week later as the fall color was starting to look good when it was time to come home.

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    I discovered this old barn not too far from where we were staying in the Adirondacks. It has lots of character and I could have spent hours trying to capture it. This trip was with my wife and a family friend so my time was limited. This was a reminder of why when I go on photo trips (this was not one) I go by myself or another photographer(s).

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    'rusted steel plate' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    D800, 16-35 VR
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    Fun in Death Valley! (Mesquite Sand Dunes)

    GPS data in EXIF

    D800E, 24/1.4, 1/4 sec @ 8




    D800E, 24/1.4, 1/50 sec @ 8

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    Thanks for the 'likes' on the last ones. These are from a log house I shot last week. I used a flash here, just to light some of the foreground items, but mostly hdr to lighten the shadows. D800, Nikon 18-35G, SB-910

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    D810, 28-300:


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    'dune fence' - D810 / Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'rusted steel plate' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

    Thanks. Terrific color combinations!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    ...from today




    D700 85 1.8D iso3200 1/100 f1.8




    D700 85 1.8D iso1250 1/400 f10




    D700 85 1.8D iso2000 1/640 f16



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    Time to go home...

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    We had a little wind on Monday...
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    Hope all are having a fine autumn as well.... at times even the view from the study window is spectacular!



    Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 70-200mm f2,8 VRII
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    Autumn, certainly!!

    Upstate NY.
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    Another one for the WE



    Nikon D800, Nikkor AFS 70-200F2.8 VRII
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    D810 with Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 AF @ f/4

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    Seeing Jorgen's excellent 180mm image above I just wanted to take a moment and trumpet this $500 (used, eBay) gem. The sharpness is unsurpassed, the bokeh is great, and the size is portable.

    If you ever dream of buying the 70-200 but are "low on your dough" please consider the 180mm 2.8.

    Image below shot with the AF-D, from the sidelines of an 8am soccer match, with Brooklyn fall colors. Aperture 4.0. D800E in DX mode (!)

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    A little mid-week drama......



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    Lamborghini Rural -

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    Obvious Blur -

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    Fun with Nikon Images


    The horseshoe looks sharp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    The horseshoe looks sharp
    Major luck ! all the other photos are wrong (it was predictable...)
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    'lobster pound' - D810 / Tamron 24-70

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    ...hi you there...did you whistle..?..




    D700 85mm 1.8D iso3200 1/320 f1.8 C1 crop



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    Reflection in Pine Canyon. Zion NP, UT

    D800, Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 f:2.0

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    "Virgin River at sunrise"

    D800, Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 f:2.0

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    Blow -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Blow -
    splendid!...dreamy touch..!
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    [D750 | 17-35]
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    Playing with square again. Full height, D810, ART 24 @ 1.4, 1/2000 ISO 100, processed in C1.

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    Recovering from Typhoon Koppu/Lando:


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    Thanks guys for the ' likes '

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    Another from Zion last week.

    D800, Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 f/2.0
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    There's a fellow called Jack who posts frequently on this forum, and a week or so ago, he mentioned in a thread that the Nikkor 24-120mm lens is actually quite useful. Since I was downtown anyway yesterday afternoon, I thought I would pay a visit to my pusher for a cup of coffee. Unfortunately, some poor soul had left his zoom lens for sale there a few days earlier, yes, that very same lens that Jack happened to mention. And since the copy in question was mint and sharp from corner to corner (yes, I always carry the Nikon monster with me, just in case I need to try out a new lens), I saw no other way out of the shop than the "lens buyer's exit".

    With a distinct lack of brick walls in this part of the world, and since the cats and dogs are generally filthy and aggressive around here, I had to do an alternative test routine, taking photos of actual events and people that I stumbled across next to our office. I hope that is not against the rules of this forum

    D810 with Nikkor 24mm f/4 etc. etc. @ 120mm, f/4 and 1/80s



    D810 with Nikkor 24mm f/4 etc. etc. @ 105mm, f/4 and 1/30s



    D810 with Nikkor 24mm f/4 etc. etc. @ 65mm, f/5.6 and 1/125s

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    Congratulations, Jorgen! I have to ask, what kind of a machine is that in your photograph?

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    Congratulations Jorgen! The 24-120 is a very nice lens if you happen to get a good copy. I love mine already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Congratulations, Jorgen! I have to ask, what kind of a machine is that in your photograph?
    It's a drier/cooker for a rendering plant. Rendering plants boil, press and dry waste from abattoirs. The final product is bone meal which is an ingredient in animal feed among other things. An important byproduct is tallow, which has a number of uses, from old fashioned shaving cream to bio-fuel. The photos are taken at the factory where we make complete rendering (and also fishmeal) plants. My day job is as export marketing manager (and in-house photographer ) for that company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Congratulations Jorgen! The 24-120 is a very nice lens if you happen to get a good copy. I love mine already!
    I seem to have gotten a very nice copy, evenly sharp across the frame, not prime lens sharp, but excellent for what it is. I found that most of my industrial work photography is at f/5.6 to 8 anyway, to get enough DOF, and with the excellent VR of this lens, I can mostly manage without a tripod. For my next travel, I'll probably just bring this lens plus the Zeiss 21, Nikkor 180 AF and 50 f/1.2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    There's a fellow called Jack who posts frequently on this forum, and a week or so ago, he mentioned in a thread that the Nikkor 24-120mm lens is actually quite useful.
    Yeah, that Jack fellow can be a royal PITA-enabler to gear-a-holics

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    For my next travel, I'll probably just bring this lens plus the Zeiss 21, Nikkor 180 AF and 50 f/1.2.
    Zactly -- that lens makes travel that easy. My 14 usually slips in as I don't have a 20. My big debate now is do I bring the fast 50 or the fast 35 prime with or without the fast 28 or the fast 24 prime? And I've been known to consume a tumbler of single-malt whilst standing in front of the camera cabinet working out that compound conundrum
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    F6, 85/1.4, XP2 in HC-110:

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    Rachelle by chrism229, on Flickr



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    It's a drier/cooker for a rendering plant. Rendering plants boil, press and dry waste from abattoirs. The final product is bone meal which is an ingredient in animal feed among other things. An important byproduct is tallow, which has a number of uses, from old fashioned shaving cream to bio-fuel. The photos are taken at the factory where we make complete rendering (and also fishmeal) plants. My day job is as export marketing manager (and in-house photographer ) for that company.
    Well, that's interesting - I use tallow when making shaving soap to go with my straight razors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    And I've been known to consume a tumbler of single-malt whilst standing in front of the camera cabinet working out that compound conundrum
    Single malts, particularly those from Islay, are well known to reduce distortions of the brain. The may be some chromatic aberrations the next morning though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Single malts, particularly those from Islay, are well known to reduce distortions of the brain. The may be some chromatic aberrations the next morning though
    I'm partial to Speysides and Highlands -- in case anybody's shopping for me
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