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    I had an opportunity to be a passenger on a friend's boat to follow and photograph a majestic sail boat referred to here in southern NJ as "A Cat" boats.
    Beautiful photos of the classic catboat. For those not familiar with the term, a catboat is a sailboat with no foresail, only mainsail. I used to sail a modern catboat myself for many years, the Freedom 21, designed by Garry Hoyt in Rhode Island.
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    Beautiful photos of the classic catboat. For those not familiar with the term, a catboat is a sailboat with no foresail, only mainsail. I used to sail a modern catboat myself for many years, the Freedom 21, designed by Garry Hoyt in Rhode Island.
    Thank you Jorgen for the explanation. I am a real novice when it comes to sailing. The old timers here on Long Beach Island NJ have said they were developed to bring people, building materials, and provisions from the main land to the island here, across the bay, before there was a railroad bridge/causeway, and later an automobile causeway. I was told they were very wide and stable, and perfectly suited to the purpose.
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    Sony A7r2 + TECHART PRO LM-EA7 autofocus adapter + Nikon-L/M K&F CONCEPT adapter + Noct-NIKKOR 58/1.2 @ f/1.2
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    Sony A7r2 + TECHART PRO (TAP) LM-EA7 autofocus adapter + Leicaist Nik-L/M adapter + 28/1.4 D AF NIKKOR.
    With Firmware Version 4, the TAP focuses as fast or faster on the A7r2 than my D800E.
    Also, focus on the TAP is precise. And of course, the A7r2 provides IBIS.
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    49 Fantastic Photographers and Me


    same scene
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    • Nikon D500 • AF-S Nikkor 1.8/28mm G • 1/3200 sec. at f/8 ISO 800 • Capture One Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Thank you Jorgen for the explanation. I am a real novice when it comes to sailing. The old timers here on Long Beach Island NJ have said they were developed to bring people, building materials, and provisions from the main land to the island here, across the bay, before there was a railroad bridge/causeway, and later an automobile causeway. I was told they were very wide and stable, and perfectly suited to the purpose.
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    Quite right, they are wide and stable, mostly with relatively flat bottoms and often with a lifting keel, enabling them to navigate very shallow waters or be beached when needed. The lack of a foresail makes them easy to handle and fast to tack for a single-handed crew, although they can't sail as close to the wind as a conventional sailboat with a foresail, so they need more tacks to get to the destination when sailing upwind. This is particularly problematic when sailing upstream and upwind on rivers. Still, they have been very common on large rivers like Hudson River. Downwind they are faster than anything under sail, since it's easy to expose the entire area of the large mainsail squarely to the wind, resulting in some great surfing and wild rides up and down the waves

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    African Elephants are a lot larger than Asian Elephants.

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    'tidal flow, Pond Island' - Acadia National Park - D810 / Zeiss Otus 28

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    Stormwarning..





    Nikon D700 24-120/4G iso360 1/400 f8 24mm C1




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    F6, 105/2.8, Tri-X, HC-110, X1 scans:



    March of the picnic tables by chrism229, on Flickr





    Floating by chrism229, on Flickr



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    "Race for Riget"...passenger with a pro-driver, 150$ for a Ferrari-tour. The money being donated to the cancer department at the state-hospital "Riget" (about 60.000$ donated during the passenger-racing)





    Nikon D700 24-120/4G VR iso200 1/3200 f4 35mm C1




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    D500 18-105
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Stripes
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    No inhancement except slight curve adjustment for contrast
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    More Tri-X:





    Rushton's Creek by chrism229, on Flickr



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    Just for the thrill of it. To face it. The challenge. To see how far you can go.

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    One more Tri-X, this one was not a great favorite of mine but Flickr put it on their Explore page:

    Rushes and Reeds by chrism229, on Flickr

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    pegelli, Thorkil, Steen..thanks.

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    Michiel, Swissblad, Alex....

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    Lake Pokhara, with a view on Annapurna Himal, Machapuchare sticking out, wonderful image.
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    'bold Schoodic coast, Acadia National Park' - D810 / Zeiss Otus 85

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    'splash' Schoodic Point, Acadia National Park - D810 / Zeiss Distagon 15

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    Great compositions of some very intricate coastline. No small feat.
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    Thanks folks. Grateful to each and everyone of you here..

    Fons, right on! Wonderful place isn't it?




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    Last week in Paris...

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    Part of my new show at the San Francisco Airport. It opens in November, Vancouver Canada d800e 300mm ISO 400 f/5.6 1/2000

    I really like this series, I have been working on for 81/2 years. Like all reflection type of images, moving the camera even an inch changes the image.
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    ..while things are getting slow.....





    Pitstop at Team Happy Racing
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    D700 20/2.8D iso1800 1/400 f2.8 C1






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    Educating junior
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    Verona colors..






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    Verona faces - wish you were here (and mine)..





    D700 85/1.8D iso200 1/500 f2.5 C1




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    'marooned' - D810 / Zeiss Otus 28

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    Geyser field near Mammoth, Yellowstone NP.
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    Fall colors, Yellowstone NP.
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    An early "Seasons Greetings" from Yellowstone NP.
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    Not - Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973
    D500 and humble 35mm f1.8 DX

    I sat down for a coffee and glanced up, WILLIAM EGGLESTON I shouted, well internally. Known as "Red Ceiling" but not titled that by Eggleston. If you are seeking colour inspiration he is the go-to man.
    I have no doubt my shot will never make USD 363,750 as a print of this did in 2013: http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/p...3-details.aspx

    Here is a link to a better copy: http://www.getty.edu/art/collection/...american-1973/


    And one to an excellent interview with him: https://www.theguardian.com/artandde...5/photography1
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    _DSC3184 by gungyduo, on Flickr

    - - - Updated - - -

    _DSC3146 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Morning!

    I picked up a D810 yesterday to see how it does with aurora as we are now in the season here, first go out and it performed pretty well, better actually than the 5DS I tried a couple of weeks ago.

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    Morning!

    Seems a little quiet over here on the Nikon side, nobody having fun?!

    I am trying to learn how to use a Nikon again after a few years away, very different to what I'm used to now. Wandering about when not working, just snapping away to see what I get and how things work, a quick shot from my afternoon walk, sun is low and winter is on the way here in the North.

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    Morning!

    Some seriously crazy aurora here last night, biggest I've seen for a long time. A couple of quick shots..





    And a nice corona too..

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    Mat,

    Not just good, but SPECTACULAR Aurora images!!! And that Corona, wow!!!
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    Jack,

    He's Mat, I'm Matt. (Edit: Ok, this won't make any sense since you fixed it above. I stand by the next sentence, still.)

    But they ARE damned impressive pictures, aren't they? At least no one will confuse our photographs.

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    El Lago de las Tortugas in the foreground with the La Concha mountain as a backdrop. This is a view you can experience in Nueva Andalucia, Spain.
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    Thanks Jack, Matt! Just lucky I'm far enough north to see this stuff fairly regularly! Thanks for the kind words though, much appreciated.

    Enjoy your weekends!

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    The remnants of Hurricane Mathew visit Newport Rhode Island
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    'fisherman on the point' - D810 / Zeiss Distagon 21

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    Afternoon!

    I think I need to paint my house next summer, it's looking scruffy!



    And look at those trees in my garden, they need to be cut back a bit too, what a mess!

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    'due east' - D810 / Zeiss Distagon 21

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    Autumn in Tuscany







    Have a great WE folks
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    Happy Halloween

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