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    Shot at 1/200th f11 under those little halogens how ridiculous is that!!
    Matrix meter A priority auto white balance untouched in post



    D500 with humble 24mm f2.8D Nikkor
    @ 51,200 with some noise reduction and a little sharpening in NX-D with which I am no expert.
    If my bumbling along gets this what's a good shooter going to get?
    I was shooting in camera B/W jpeg which when I chimped made me double check the iso it couldn't be that good.

    Exif and full file on Flickr:https://www.flickr.com/photos/red_eyes_man/26193994573/
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    Dogwoods along the Merced. Apr., 2016



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    Catching up on the tens of thousands of unedited photos in my archives. This one from a couple of months ago, Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat.

    D810 with 24-120mm f/4 @ 85mm and f/7.1

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    Another Dogwood from the same trip.

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    [QUOTE=cerett;691013]
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    Beautiful image. Was this in Hawaii? Can you tell us a little bit more about it?

    Thanks very much for your kind words Cerett!
    Sorry! I didn't come here for a while.
    Yes, It's in the Hawaii Volcano Nat'l Park, Big Island.
    You need to go to Hilo, buy the ticket for the group tour.
    To be able to go to this point, you have to hike through private lands, therefore, you cannot go alone. It is trespassing.
    It's been a few years and I can't remember how much it costed. However, I remember the price was very reasonable.
    YOU HAVE TO GO!!! Put on the list before you die

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    Haven't been posting images in quite some time, but just returned from a field trip in southwestern Utah, thought I would share a few. Thanks for looking.

    All images from the Nikon Df with either the 24, 45 or 85 PC-E lenses.

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    Street photography? Means different things to different people. I wanted to do street photography. I mean like..photography with a vengeance.

    As anyone new would do, in a new place...I gave a street name. Like a number and junction of Nth and Yth.

    The cab dropped me off...well here!


    I shouted after him. The only words I remembered..from a film way back when...

    Quo Vadis? I screamed. He gesticulated something very rude with his fingers; without looking back. How unfortunate! No manners, wot!!

    Like I said, ' street ' can mean different things to different people.
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    Hi Steen, dwood. Thanks guys.

    Seriously though, I parked myself at a street corner. Being an optimist, come rush hour I thought there would be a lot of pedestrians. Filling the street. Maybe, just maybe...some would come swimming
    in proper swim wear. Yea! Street photography, I thought. Fun, fun, fun.

    But I am still waiting for the rush hour on this street corner

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    Let the mental state of Venice fill your mind Rayyan and enjoy every breath you take there
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    Thanks Thorkil, Jack, Jorgen, Routlaw..your encouragement is so very much appreciated.

    Thorkil, nowadays my travels are restricted. Just cannot make long journeys. This was taken some years back.

    Kindest regards to all of you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Let the mental state of Venice fill your mind Rayyan and enjoy every breath you take there
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    The spirit is willing, the camera is more than capable..but the flesh has gone weaker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thorkil, nowadays my travels are restricted. Just cannot make long journeys. The spirit is willing, the camera is more than capable..but the flesh has gone weaker...
    then the relief is that the mind is the most important (but I know...we have to struggle to try to keep the "house" in proper shape too) ..hope you will be able to use Venice, once in a while, as refugium..
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    Jorgen, Steen, Swissblad, Thorkil....the best to all.

    The mind is doing ok. Touch wood!

    Kindest regards.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    then the relief is that the mind is the most important (but I know...we have to struggle to try to keep the "house" in proper shape too) ..hope you will be able to use Venice, once in a while, as refugium..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post

    The spirit is willing, the camera is more than capable..but the flesh has gone weaker...
    But your mind and artistic eye are still A1 in my book!!!
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    When David Ortiz aka "BIG PAPI" announced during spring training that he would retire from the Boston Red Sox after this year, I bought Monster Seats in Fenway Park (on top of the left field wall) in order to document his last campaign. I had hoped to photograph him hitting a home run, and indeed the attached image is of him hitting one into the center field bleachers in the bottom of the 3rd inning. In addition to hitting this home run, he tripled to tie the game in the bottom of the 9th inning, and then won the game with a walk off hit in the bottom of the 12th inning.
    I just wish that he didn't wear those reflective sun glasses which diminish the appearance of the image
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    Thank you seems inadequate. Thank you Jack.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    But your mind and artistic eye are still A1 in my book!!!
    Grateful to cerett, k-hawinker, wood, Lloyd, Swissblad, morgen, Steen, Thorkil and routlaw. Much appreciated, all you kind folks.

    Best regards.

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    Been meaning to get my camera out to my other hobby - USPSA shooting. Normally they run mid day. Now they have late afternoon matches and the light is much better.

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    Thanks for the "Likes" for this and other images I've posted. I do appreciate it very much.
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    Another Dogwood from the same trip.

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    Good old Nikon DF still SHINES!

    At an indoor butterfly garden, with the 28-105 F3.5-4.5

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    Wildlife -







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    "Big Papi" in triumphant pose as the pitcher observes the damage
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    more butterfly photos from the key west trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Haven't been posting images in quite some time, but just returned from a field trip in southwestern Utah, thought I would share a few. Thanks for looking.

    All images from the Nikon Df with either the 24, 45 or 85 PC-E lenses.

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    the pictographs are really stellar, what is the story behind those?

    Good to see some of your amazing stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    the pictographs are really stellar, what is the story behind those?

    Good to see some of your amazing stuff
    Thanks Matt, and to all the others also for their likes. Much Appreciated!!

    Regarding the rock art, just for clarity the painted panels are referred to as pictographs that tend to date from around 2000 BC to 8000 BC and in this case are known as the Archaic Barrier style of painting. These people would have been nomadic hunter gatherers rather than farmers that came much later. The petroglyphs such as the Processional Panel represent what has been known as Anasazi but in recent years there has been a push to refer to them as Ancestral Puebloans. The Anasazi were farmers and of course hunters too thus the ruins and villages we associate with places like Mesa Verde, Chaco and other locations.

    While discussing locations one archaeologist told us in his area which includes Cedar Mesa and Comb Ridge there are some 32,000 documented ruins and rock art sites but this only accounts for what they feel might be 10% of what exist. Understand this doesn't even include all of Utah especially the southwestern realm, then roughly multiply this number by 4 for each of the states that exist in the Four Corners region where this culture existed to understand how extensive these sites might be. I wouldn't know how to calculate the population base that could have fostered this much art work and ruins but surely it had to be quite large. And still to this very day heated debates exist with scholars about who they were let alone what happened to them. All we know is the area was completely abandoned by 1300 AD never to return.

    Two of these were around the Comb Ridge area while the Barrier Style pictograph is located in a very remote area of Canyonlands National Park known as Horseshoe Canyon. You have to go deep for these. Been meaning to post more just had lots of distractions. Due to molestation and vandalism over the years that continues to this very day, often its very difficult to find some of these places. The Owl and the Big Man panel that I posted a week or so ago in the PAW category was one of the very few completely pristine panels we have found. While not the most prolific panel the craftsmanship and detail of what exist is extraordinary.
    PAW -- Picture A Week -- Have fun!

    The FB link below also has a shared album photographs from this project.
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    Very interesting nice work

    from WNC

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    _DSC6967 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    these native orchids are naughty!!! almost NSFW

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    Thanks friends for the ' likes '. Grateful to you all.

    Dead person's body is prepared and washed in the river water. Taken to the pyre. Fire is lit. The body burns. The ashes are pushed in the river.
    The pyre is washed and ready for the next body.

    A Funeral Pyre.

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    Folks, you have been very generous to me. Ayesha and I am really grateful to you lovely people here..

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    Windy in Newport RI today...surf was up!
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    Seagull with D500 plus 1.4 extender plus 200-500mm lens at 500mm
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    'island tide' - D810 / Zeiss Otus 28

    No, I don't own the Otus but I had the opportunity to play with one this weekend. It's pretty good.

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    'slack tide' - D810 / Zeiss Otus 28

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    Some macro fun with the new D500







    All images with Nikon D500, Tamron 90mm macro f2.8, Mafrotto tripod, RRS ballhead

    This is a great little camera - we're having a lot of fun together.....
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    Street. My kind of street. Sedate, cultured surroundings. One can linger a while; meet fun people. Have a considered discourse on wide ranging topics. Science, philosophy, view points on sex, culture, anything that comes to mind.
    Pleasant company. I can bring my grape juice ( white..chilled or have it chilled ) and be a part of the crowd.

    Here is one..across from the Uni. Princeton, NJ.


    And one can thank all the super folks for their ' Likes '.
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    Lacrosse is a very difficult sport to photograph, but a lot easier with the D500 shooting at 10 frames/sec and the reach of a 1.5 crop sensor.
    My grandson is the goalie, so while prerefocusing on him, I merely shot a burst each time the offense was on the attack.
    Did not miss a shot with the ball approaching during the entire game!
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    Thanks for the kind likes folks, much appreciated!

    A few pix taken with our dream birding combo - Nikon D500, Nikkor 300mmF4.0 VRPF and TC14EII..







    Lightweight and very fast - allows for that unexpected grab shot - like the Stork which flew past the hide completely unexpectedly.

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    Steen, Thorkil, Jorgen, Shelby, dwood, Swissblad...thank you

    I do not travel for 35 hrs. With a few hrs. for sightseeing thrown in.
    I can sleep for 35 hrs. No problem. But travel..No!!

    She went alone. For what? No way, I was going to travel 35 hrs.




    She didn't take the photo. One can't run with the fox and hunt with the hounds..What!
    I was not there. But the both of us have the publishing rights to this photo.

    Btw, she should be catching a 17.5 hrs non- stop Flight back home from NZ. She is in Samoa right now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Street. My kind of street. Sedate, cultured surroundings. One can linger a while; meet fun people. Have a considered discourse on wide ranging topics. Science, philosophy, view points on sex, culture, anything that comes to mind.
    Pleasant company. I can bring my grape juice ( white..chilled or have it chilled ) and be a part of the crowd.

    Here is one..across from the Uni. Princeton, NJ.


    And one can thank all the super folks for their ' Likes '.
    Rayyan, is this done with the D700?
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    Thorkil, ceh, Steen, Jorgen..thanks friends.

    Thorkil the image was made with the Df and the 50/1.8G.

    Kind regards.

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    Rayyan, is this done with the D700?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Rayyan, is this done with the D700?
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    Interesting question, since the Df and the D700 seem to renders photos in a similar saturated, contrasty manner (which suits Rayyan's style of photography very well).
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    Ditto - the Nikon DF does wonders in Rayyan's hands.

    As much as I wanted to - I just couldn't bond with the Df - sad for a passionate FM2/FM3a user.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thorkil, ceh, Steen, Jorgen..thanks friends.

    Thorkil the image was made with the Df and the 50/1.8G.

    Kind regards.
    Okay Rayyan, it looks both strong yet subtle too. I agree with Jorgen, but perhaps the Df just is that tiny bit stronger in the view, and with a slightly bit more expression.
    I would like a Df, but I will stick to my D700.
    Kind regards Thorkil
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    Really liking the D500/Nikkor 300mm PF /TC14EII combo......



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    A female specimen of the rare and endangered Everglades Snail Kite. Only about 800 or so left and the are found in three places in Florida. As you can see it has an Apple Snail in its talon, the only thing it eats.

    This is a pretty impressive photo so go full screen if you can. Technical Stuff: Nikon D500 and the Nikkor 200-500mm. The image is at 65%. Look at that beak/eye. You can also read the numbers on the leg band. Impressive. Nikon did right with the 200-500mm I am impressed. The Critter is floating over Lake Okeechobee, Florida during my most recent trip to the lake last week.

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