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Fun with Nikon Images

Lloyd

New member
Time to start a new Nikon images thread. So here goes, I'll start it off with this image.

Taken from my front steps this afternoon. Not a cloud in the sky... what you see is snow blowing off the peak in the howling winds. The summit is more than a vertical mile above where I was standing.

D3, 200-400 VRI, f10.0, ISO 200:

 

BenH

Member
Lloyd, Beautiful view!

My first post here. D700 and newly arrived (yesterday) Zeiss 35mm f/2 ZF.2. I think I am going to like this lens.

Ben
 
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otumay

New member
Thank you Steve, workload and unexpected events have overcome my routines lately, not all of them unfavorable;)
Best,
Osman
 

Steen

Senior Subscriber Member
The All New Fun with Nikon Images


Stunning capture of your front yard, Lloyd :thumbup:

I would have labelled the thread: 49 Fantastic Photographers and Me ;)

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Welcome aboard, Ben, I like the ZF 35mm rendering. And your tripod looks trustworthy :D
 

Steen

Senior Subscriber Member
49 Fantastic Photographers and Me


Now February.
Still the dark time here.
One more month and the light will have gained strength.
Can't wait.

click for larger


Nikon D300 • Nikkor AF-S 1.4/85mm G • 1/3 sec. at f/8 ISO 200 • Capture NX
 

shtarka1

Active member
Lloyd...Killer Shot!!!
Ben welcome aboard & congrats on an incredible lens!
Steen, beautiful symmetry,color & composition!
 

viablex1

Active member
Time to start a new Nikon images thread. So here goes, I'll start it off with this image.

Taken from my front steps this afternoon. Not a cloud in the sky... what you see is snow blowing off the peak in the howling winds. The summit is more than a vertical mile above where I was standing.

D3, 200-400 VRI, f10.0, ISO 200:

nice shot :thumbup:
 

viablex1

Active member
Lloyd, Beautiful view!

My first post here. D700 and newly arrived (yesterday) Zeiss 35mm f/2 ZF.2. I think I am going to like this lens.

Ben
yes indeed and with that tripod you can mount the space shuttle on it...that thing is a whopper :)
 

darr

Well-known member
Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, Iceland



Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, Iceland | Nikon D700, 20mm
 

Lloyd

New member
My first post here. D700 and newly arrived (yesterday) Zeiss 35mm f/2 ZF.2. I think I am going to like this lens.

Ben
Great first post, Ben. Looking forward to many more. BTW, that's a hell of a tripod!!
 

Lloyd

New member
Re: 49 Fantastic Photographers and Me


Now February.
Still the dark time here.
One more month and the light will have gained strength.
Can't wait.
Beautiful image Steen. I don't envy you your short days, ours here are bad enough. :eek:
 

contrelamontre

New member
Re: Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, Iceland

Time to start a new Nikon images thread. So here goes, I'll start it off with this image.

Taken from my front steps this afternoon. Not a cloud in the sky... what you see is snow blowing off the peak in the howling winds. The summit is more than a vertical mile above where I was standing.
Lloyd: A very nice view from your front steps (as usual) and a great start for a new image thread (in particular). Thank you so much for both and your commitment!:thumbs::thumbs:

Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, Iceland | Nikon D700, 20mm
darr: Great toning and mood, love it very much!
 

contrelamontre

New member
In order to add some touches of color to the winterly pictures:


"Street Vendors, Segovia, Castillia y Leon, España"


D 700, 14-24 mm/2.8G @ 18 mm & f/6.3


Hope you like it and thank you for your interest.
 

BenH

Member
Thank you all for the warm welcome.

The Ries tripod is a stable support for my field cameras, but I will stick to the lighter Gitzo for the D700.

Wonderful images here and on the other "Fun With..." threads.

Ben
 
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