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    Here is one more of Sirena smiling. I'm hoping to have her autograph several of my shots in order to auction them for a local charity. Her press person indicated that she would be willing to do this when she returns from the Austrailan Open.
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    Very nice and a great opportunity. Just FYI, she spells her name "Serena".

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    Strictly speaking, I'm not always sure why I bother discussing new cameras and stuff. What I have works quite well most of the time, and I'd hate to sell my low mileage D700 for the pocket change I would get for it nowadays.

    D700 with 80-200 AF-S @ 200mm and f/4

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    Hi Jørgen, have to agree - our equipment is way better than what we really need - care in point - the D700 - a camera that still produces images that really shine - especially if process with C1.

    But then again - GAS is such fun as well....

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    Fun in the snow!

    (Prospect Park this afternoon - 8 images in Autopano Pro, Rokinon 14mm, D800E)

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    One thing I like with the D700 (and some of the other "older" camera bodies) is its somewhat "gritty" image quality compared to the D810. To me, that makes it a better camera for some kinds of photography. It's simply a bit more "filmic".

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    Jorgen,

    Great stuff. Seriously.

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    Jorgen, I agree. I really have an affinity for my D700 images. Not to start another one of "those" wars, but do you think it might be due to the CCD sensor?
    So here's one from this morning. D810, 70-200 f4 @f11.
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    Boynton Beach Bird

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    For some reason the colors don't translate well in this jpg
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    Boynton Beach Bird

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    For some reason the colors don't translate well in this jpg
    They look great on my monitor!

    What lens did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Jorgen, I agree. I really have an affinity for my D700 images. Not to start another one of "those" wars, but do you think it might be due to the CCD sensor?
    So here's one from this morning. D810, 70-200 f4 @f11.
    Funny that you mention CCD, John. The D700 actually has a CMOS sensor, but I agree that the "look" is very close to that of CCD sensors (as opposed to the D300, at least in my view). I've even been thinking about buying a D80 or D200 because I miss the CCD look for some of my work. Those cameras are dirt cheap nowadays, and I even have a vertical grip for the D80, after I literally loved the one I had to pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Jorgen,

    Great stuff. Seriously.

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    Thank you, Mikal. These two shots are results of me struggling with a sinus infection that prevented me from joining the children in the pool. Maybe I take better photos when I'm sick

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    They look great on my monitor!

    What lens did you use?
    I used the 500mm f4 lens on the Nikon D810.
    I was less than 10 yards away from the bird
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    Here's an oldie... from last month
    I passed this house early in the morning, and someone noticed that I had a camera, so all the children were immediately lined up for a photograph

    D810 with 24-120mm f/4 @ 58mm and f/5.6

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    Nice Jorgen, kids are always happy to be in photos regardless of where you are in the world! What is the significance of the face painting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Nice Jorgen, kids are always happy to be in photos regardless of where you are in the world! What is the significance of the face painting?

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    Thank you, Mat.

    The face painting is Tanaka, a paste made from ground bark and water. It's very common in Myanmar, and has become a kind "signature" makeup for the Burmese. It's supposed to protect against the sun and cool the skin. It used to be common in some other Southeast Asian countries as well. In Thailand, it has been replaced by commercial talcum powder that probably contains all kind of chemicals that nobody knows the consequences of, and it's mostly used in rural areas by children and the elderly. I suppose it's only a question of time before the cosmetic giants see the potential in Myanmar as well. Clever marketing will sooner or later destroy these old traditions more or less everywhere.
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    Jorgen,
    You are more right than you know. There is a correlation in women between use of talcum powder and carcinoma of the ovary. Assuming the tiny chips of talc can irritate in a fashion that is akin to asbestos and the pleura resulting in mesothelioma, I'd guess that putting it on your face is pretty safe. Application further south might lead to it getting through the fallopian tubes and onto the ovaries. Apologies for giving too much information!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    I used the 500mm f4 lens on the Nikon D810.
    I was less than 10 yards away from the bird
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    Great shot and obviously very nice lens too!
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    Great shot and obviously very nice lens too!
    Thank you Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Funny that you mention CCD, John. The D700 actually has a CMOS sensor, but I agree that the "look" is very close to that of CCD sensors (as opposed to the D300, at least in my view). I've even been thinking about buying a D80 or D200 because I miss the CCD look for some of my work. Those cameras are dirt cheap nowadays, and I even have a vertical grip for the D80, after I literally loved the one I had to pieces.
    My bad!

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    'faithfull companion' - D810 / Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4

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    Great shot, Doug!

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    They look great on my monitor!

    What lens did you use?
    Did you use a tripod? Love the shot.

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    Did you use a tripod? Love the shot.
    Hand held...jacked up the ISO to 2200 so I could use shutter speed exceeding more than 2x focal length. Lens has VR
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    D810 with 24-120mm f/4 @ 105mm and f/5.6

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    Composite: Foreground- Sony A7RII, 16-35mm Zeiss FE lens. Sky- Nikon D800E, Tamron 24-70mm f2.8 VC lens.
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    Looking for advice/opinions here. I shot this in 35mm format (3:2) with a D800E and 24~70 f2.8 Tamron VC lens. I blew it up to 20"x30", and matted and framed it. After framing it and hanging it, the top started to bother me a bit. The mats I use are 1/4" smaller all around so the lighthouse top is closer to the top edge than shown here. I also use a Pentax 645D with it's 4:3 proportions, and it got me thinking. I enlarged the "canvas" size to 4:3 proportions, and used the rubber stamp tool and content aware tool to clone all the edges to fill up the 4:3 canvas. I allows breathing room at the top after matting, and also a little bit bigger "base" for the lighthouse to stand on It also allowe me to clone the path for a leading line. I have not blown up the 4:3 yet. What are your thoughts? The 3:2 version is D700, the 4:3 version is D699.
    Thanks in advance for your valuable input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Looking for advice/opinions here. I shot this in 35mm format (3:2) with a D800E and 24~70 f2.8 Tamron VC lens. I blew it up to 20"x30", and matted and framed it. After framing it and hanging it, the top started to bother me a bit. The mats I use are 1/4" smaller all around so the lighthouse top is closer to the top edge than shown here. I also use a Pentax 645D with it's 4:3 proportions, and it got me thinking. I enlarged the "canvas" size to 4:3 proportions, and used the rubber stamp tool and content aware tool to clone all the edges to fill up the 4:3 canvas. I allows breathing room at the top after matting, and also a little bit bigger "base" for the lighthouse to stand on It also allowe me to clone the path for a leading line. I have not blown up the 4:3 yet. What are your thoughts? The 3:2 version is D700, the 4:3 version is D699.
    Thanks in advance for your valuable input.
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    The difference in color balance is due to my using two different profiles. The original D700 I left in ProPhoto RGB (not knowing any better), and the later, one (D699) I converted to sRGB for web posting (after advice give here at this site..thank you).
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    Nikon 810, 14-24 lens. Cameo Shores, CA. Click image for larger version. 

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    Nikon 810, 14-24 lens. Corona Del Mar Beach, CA [ATTACH=CONFIG] Second image: 91 second exposure with 10 stop ND. 116098[/ATTACH]
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    D800E
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    Blue Heron portrait with gray background

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
    Nikon 810, 14-24 lens. Corona Del Mar Beach, CA [ATTACH=CONFIG] Second image: 91 second exposure with 10 stop ND. 116098[/ATTACH]
    Not that you asked, but I personally prefer the color version, but only because of the perfectly swirling surf!

    Both are great captures regardless, congrats!

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    Not that you asked, but I personally prefer the color version, but only because of the perfectly swirling surf!
    Ditto


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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Looking for advice/opinions here. I shot this in 35mm format (3:2) with a D800E and 24~70 f2.8 Tamron VC lens. I blew it up to 20"x30", and matted and framed it. After framing it and hanging it, the top started to bother me a bit. The mats I use are 1/4" smaller all around so the lighthouse top is closer to the top edge than shown here. I also use a Pentax 645D with it's 4:3 proportions, and it got me thinking. I enlarged the "canvas" size to 4:3 proportions, and used the rubber stamp tool and content aware tool to clone all the edges to fill up the 4:3 canvas. I allows breathing room at the top after matting, and also a little bit bigger "base" for the lighthouse to stand on It also allowe me to clone the path for a leading line. I have not blown up the 4:3 yet. What are your thoughts? The 3:2 version is D700, the 4:3 version is D699.
    Thanks in advance for your valuable input.
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    I think what you have discovered here Dave is a classic case of correct framing.

    You could get the same effect by stepping back and taking the same shot (no idea if the path is there or not as it was cloned in). It's all about taking your time and examining the scene as you are taking photos. What is working, what isn't?? Mind you there have been plenty of times I have gotten home and wished I had of spent more time getting something right. Just moving to the left a bit, moving back or trying a different lens. The trick is to not get so focused on the subject you forget to take in the scene as a whole and really pay attention to what is in the viewfinder.

    Many people prefer the 3:4 ratio over the 2:3 but that comes down to personal preference really. The 2:3 is like a short pano format and can work quite well in a lot of scenarios. I must admit however I prefer the shorter 3:4 or 4:5 for most things though. The D800 should have lines to help with 4:5 framing and can even grey out the cropped area.

    The best thing about this is that you are critically evaluating your images, which will lead to better photos in the future as you pay more attention to these little details.
    For me the 3:4 image is certainly stronger. You just need to fix up that fence line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogs857 View Post
    I think what you have discovered here Dave is a classic case of correct framing.

    You could get the same effect by stepping back and taking the same shot (no idea if the path is there or not as it was cloned in). It's all about taking your time and examining the scene as you are taking photos. What is working, what isn't?? Mind you there have been plenty of times I have gotten home and wished I had of spent more time getting something right. Just moving to the left a bit, moving back or trying a different lens. The trick is to not get so focused on the subject you forget to take in the scene as a whole and really pay attention to what is in the viewfinder.

    Many people prefer the 3:4 ratio over the 2:3 but that comes down to personal preference really. The 2:3 is like a short pano format and can work quite well in a lot of scenarios. I must admit however I prefer the shorter 3:4 or 4:5 for most things though. The D800 should have lines to help with 4:5 framing and can even grey out the cropped area.

    The best thing about this is that you are critically evaluating your images, which will lead to better photos in the future as you pay more attention to these little details.
    For me the 3:4 image is certainly stronger. You just need to fix up that fence line.

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    Thanks for taking the time Jeff. I agree with everything you said. I tend to compose tightly in the viewfinder. Usually the finished images look the way I saw the images in the finder, and usually look OK on screen. But because I basically have the goal of every image being made into a matted print, I have begun to leave a little space top and/or bottom to allow for the 1/4" mat intrusion. I started making 16"x20" C prints in my home darkroom in 1960. I am a died in the wool print maker. Thank you again for your help and kind words.
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    EGYPTIAN DUCK

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    Not that you asked, but I personally prefer the color version, but only because of the perfectly swirling surf!

    Both are great captures regardless, congrats!

    Thanks Jack. I would tend to agree.

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    How about the texture on these birds!
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    Fog and rain, F6, 50mm/f1.4, Pan F:





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    And a change from film - I saw this out of the window and had to grab it quickly:


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    D810, 70-200 f4 @ f32, 1/4 sec. hand-held.
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    'covered wooden sailboat' - D810 / Zeiss 135 APO

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    A snowy day and no one else home. What are you going to do....?


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    Freezing rain last night. F6, 28-300mm, Neopan 400, HC-110, X1:


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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Black Dog

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    D810 with Nikkor 24-120mm f/4 @ 110mm and f/5.6

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    Winter sucks -

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Looking for advice ...
    I agree with DOGS, even not taking into account the more pleasing colour the image that 'breathes' is my preference.

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    I learned a couple of things today:

    - That the buffer of the D810 can take much more when I use fast cards, like the Sandisk CF Extreme Pro 64GB that I bought two of and Sandisk SD Extreme Pro 64GB that I bought one of a couple of days ago, all for the price of a perfectly usable digital camera.
    - That when utilising those cards to the maximum, even a 64GB card fills up at an incredible speed. I managed 2,300 images and roughly 90GB during an hour of the aerial display at Singapore Airshow today

    D810 with 200-500mm f/5.6 @ 500mm and f/8

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