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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Maybe they just døn't have the keys øn their keybøard tø dø sø. "Jørgen"
    Maybe I should change my user name.... to Peter or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    One more from Cambodia...
    Excellent, Gary

    (... and I spent an entire morning in there without seeing one single monk )

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    Thanks Jorgen. It is mostly a matter of luck and being prepared. One recent one from Vietnam...


    DSC_6127-Edit by Gary Clennan, on Flickr
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    Wow! Love that shot, Gary. The depth of the image is impressive, as is the subject isolation, but most of all, the tonalities really sing. Great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Maybe I should change my user name.... to Peter or something
    Nah. Wouldn't be the same. You, Jørgen, are the man. (And we love ya just the way you are!)

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    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Plus 1 from me. Welcome indeed. And, those Butterfly Valley shots are especially amazing!
    Thank you. You are so kindness.

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    Tunneling Works
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    D800 @ the 45th Parallel

    Had a chance to demo the D800 over the weekend, here is one last night.

    45 PC-E lens, F8 @ 1/60th
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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Had a chance to demo the D800 over the weekend, here is one last night.

    45 PC-E lens, F8 @ 1/60th
    That's a stunner, Rob. Lots of DR there from where I'm sitting. What's your overall impression so far?

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    That's a stunner, Rob. Lots of DR there from where I'm sitting. What's your overall impression so far?
    Thanks Lloyd.

    Answering those questions is a bit more difficult however and honestly I'm not sure anyone should put too much credence or validity into my assessments having had access to this camera body for a day and a half ±. But will add I put it to work identically to what I normally do with my D4/D3 cameras so much of the ground work had already been laid. That said, I do like the camera and its imaging ability better than I imagined. The first day I shot the D800 side by side with my D4 and putting the amount of pixels aside for the moment preferred D4 over the D800 and felt the D4 had more DR, better color depth and for sure handled dark value noise demonstrably better. Yes I know this flies in the face of DxO Marks assessment, which I thought to be preposterous in the first place.

    As for handling again I much prefer the D4 over the D800 though both are cut from the same cloth genetically the robustness and UI of the D4 is really nice. However the D800 light weight is a big +. For anyone who is used to the D3/s/x such as yourself you'll know what I am referring to in heartbeat.

    As far as this particular image goes, my initial response was the camera did not handle the situation as well as I had hoped for and as such I worked this over quite a bit in PS CS 5 to get it anywhere near to what we experienced last night and even then it fell short either due to my PP or the limitations of the sensor… yet to be determined.

    I have several more images I will be posting over the next day or so as I can get to them. If I were to buy one of these camera no doubt about it for me it would the D800e vs the standard 800. The only lenses I used were my 3 PC-E's the 85, 45 and 24 and felt the sensor had to pass muster on all of these before I would consider the camera seriously. The 24 has some issues in the corners so from my perspective with this lens the camera becomes a 4x5 cropped sensor unless I can figure a work around with raw converters.

    If there is enough interest I am more than willing to post some crops for illustration. Otherwise the 85 and 45 both performed admirably giving the edge to the 85. Non of these lenses did well at F11 however as diffraction and loss of texture/detail was diminished by then, so as picky as I am for image quality I see this as an F8 camera at best.

    Be glad to answer any more questions you have.

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    Some very interesting observations, Rob. I'm looking forward to your additional postings, and to your impressions going forward. I've seen some truly stunning studio results from the D800, but very little so far on the landscape side.

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    D800 @ the 45th Parallel…

    Here is another from last nights efforts, this time a two frame vertical stitch with the 85 PC-E lens with about half a degree of tilt @ F8. Sort of an oddball size and ratio but once I ran the finals crops.

    Rob
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    Nice image, Rob. Wonderful light.

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    Beautiful images Rob! Nicely seen regardless of the gear.

    Two puny offerings from opposite sides of the country:



    .....




    ....

    Best,
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    seconded that light lays there ****ing perfectly!!!

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    Thanks Lloyd, Tim and Matt. Those other side of the country images are looking good too Tim. Love those motel signs from a bygone era.

    Here are few more from my brief soire with D800.

    Abandoned school house, 24 PC, this one took a 5 frame bracket blended manually to pull off.

    Abandoned school house detail, 85 PC

    The Absaroka's merge with the Beartooth Plateau, 85 PC

    School house with 45 PC

    Thanks for looking.

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    Love this new set, Rob. That first shot especially is killer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Two puny offerings from opposite sides of the country:
    ....

    Best,
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    Those other side of the country images are looking good too Tim. Love those motel signs from a bygone era.
    Plus one from me. Nicely seen and captured, Tim.

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    I only took three photos with my D700 over the course of a 240 mile, 10 hour "photo outing" on Saturday to Seward. The 70-200 f4L lens which was mounted on my Canon 7D garnered most of the shots that day.

    However, of the three shots I took with the D700, every one of them was a "keeper". Here's one...from Summit Lake. Hard to believe that "Spring" has arrived here in Alaska....but it's true. Notice that the small bushes are no longer buried under several feet of snow.

    D700 and the 50mm f1.8G lens
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    D3s + PC 28mm f/3.5
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    Updated some images:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    (...) That first shot especially is killer!
    Rob: +1. Very nice perspective and composition, plus nice play with the shadows and the view thru the windows ...
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Some with the 24-120 on D800E...originals at half size at

    Tim Ashley Photography | D800E with 24-120 | _DSC0240






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    And some with the 70-200 VRII. Damn this thing is sharp!

    half size originals at:

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/p500788440







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    One more with the 70-200 VRII



    100% crop:


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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rob: +1. Very nice perspective and composition, plus nice play with the shadows and the view thru the windows ...
    Thanks Herman, appreciate it.

    rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
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    Thats a potent composition you got going on here. Just curious, how do you feel this lens is working with the D3s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Thats a potent composition you got going on here. Just curious, how do you feel this lens is working with the D3s?
    In fact, I used PC 28mm and PC 35mm. I believe 35mm is much better in quality, however, it's not wide enough for landscape or arch photos.
    And, I make this composition because I would show the details in dark.

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    Stonecutters Flyover
    D3s + PC 28mm f/3.5

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    Clock is not only measuring the time, but also .....

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    D700 and Voigtländer Ultron 40mm f/2.0


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    Two shots.. The tulips at Stanford with the D800/ 85 1.8g
    The chandelier at Purdue University--Student Union D800 and 14-24mm
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    Legacy at Bourbon Street
    New Orleans

    Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G
    ISO 1600, f/1.4, 1/30 sec
    Hanholding
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    Legacy at Bourbon Street
    New Orleans

    Nikon D800; Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G
    ISO 1600, f/1.4, 1/30 sec
    Minimal adjustment w/o noise reduction
    Handheld

    Thank you
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    Two more from Phnom Penh

    D300 with Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 @ f/5.6



    D300 with Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 @ f/5.6

    Things I sell: Stock photography by Jorgen Udvang at Alamy
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    Pramote, Jorgen,Jolly,Frankie,Tim,Vincent,Gary,Rob,Tim,Gary C, Beautiful Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Pramote, Jorgen,Jolly,Frankie,Tim,Vincent,Gary,Rob,Tim,Gary C, Beautiful Work!
    Plus 1 to all of the above.

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    Las Vegas Lobby

    D800 [email protected] f6.3 iso 1600 1/20s hand held
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I start this new thread to share photos with the D800. The Other threads are more concentrated on the D800 images analysis.

    105mm Macro:



    the last one is amazing!

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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Uwe, thank´s for share these pictures. With your images in front of me, I think the 105VR has an amazing performance with the D800, but I couln´t see any print of this images, are you agree with my first impression?
    Have you proved de 85 1.8? Is the IQ of the 105 as good as the 85?
    Regards.
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    One from this evening with D800E and Leica 50mm R Cron @f4

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    >the last one is amazing!

    Thanks. Was actually shot with the 24-120mm f/4 VR.
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    Thanks very much Llod & Steve!

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    Another stage from NOLA.
    Nikon D800 with Nikon 24mm f/1.4 G
    ISO1600, f/1.4, 1/40 sec
    Handholding.
    Cheers,
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    Another stage shot at Bourbon St.
    Nikon D800, Nikon 24mm f/1.4 G
    ISO1600, f/1.4, 1/40
    Handholding.

    Cheers,
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    Excellent, Pramote. I can hear the sound!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks very much Llod & Steve!
    You're welcome, Promote.
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