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    My Neice and her family came to stay for the weekend.

    This is Oliver



    D3 with voigtlander 58mm f1.4 @f3.5 (what a lovely little lens it is).
    Jono,
    Please share with me how you lit this lovely portrait?

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    Both photos are stunning! The first one keeps drawing me back for another look.

    Wow, the Florida Keys and the D3...that is close to heaven!
    Cindy, thanks for the kind words and yes, the Keys are magnificent. Now that getting to the Bahamas via boat has gotten SO expensive (translate that to $6.50 per gallon gas over there), the Keys are becoming a much more attractive alternative. The shot on the dock had more than a touch of dumb luck involved but it's probably my favorite image from the trip. Reminds me of something I've seen somewhere but can't put my finger on it. For some reason the New Yorker magazine keeps coming to mind. I'm sure it will come to me when I'm not trying so hard to remember.

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    Jono,
    Please share with me how you lit this lovely portrait?
    HI Cindy
    Should I give away all my secrets? How much is it worth?
    Oh, Okay - it was lit with . . . . . wait for it . . . . sunshine
    I'm really not good at formal portraits, and I prefer natural light anyway.
    Glad you like it though - thank you.

    David - I love the first of the Keys shots - excellent.
    Jorgen - the diggers are priceless - how much did you have to pay the drivers to line up like that?

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    HI Cindy
    Should I give away all my secrets? How much is it worth?
    Oh, Okay - it was lit with . . . . . wait for it . . . . sunshine
    ...
    I'll send the check right away.

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    I'll send the check right away.
    Quite right too . .. I hope it's a BIG one!

    Incidentally, if you're wondering about the Zeiss 25 . . . or the nikkor 14-24, you might like to look at these pictures in the 'other camera' forums:

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    Wow, been gone a while and just made it through the rest of this thread... Have to say there are a bunch of really excellent images here. Kudos to all and thanks for sharing them!

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Geez, you new-big-sensor-Nikon owners are having all the fun! Just to mix things up, here's a shot from a couple of years ago after I just started using my then new D2Xs. Seems like a long time ago in camera-development time.

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    Charlie



    incidentally, that's a great plane shot . . . looks like you were flying too?

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    Thanks Jono. Nope, on the ground at an air show. The pilot made a low pass. Love the sound of those prop planes.

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    Ah well
    I had visions of you on a flying tractor!

    Here's another landscape from Friday

    if you take the left turn you'll get to Magpie Green
    If you take the right turn, it's up spooky old wash lane to Wortham Long Green.



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    Wow! The last couple of days have been outstanding on this thread.

    Jono- at first I thought you were trying to weaken my resolve on the little 58mm now I think you are teasing me with the 14-24. Yes, I love my M8 with 12mm. Will be interesting to try out the leveler on the D700 with wide angle.

    Mr. Kipper!!!! nothing to say other than WOW!

    Jorgen - I dont know if it is the consistent white borders or something in your processing but the color palette you get is really quite nice and there is a consistency where I can pick out your shots. the equipment lineup is just fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow! The last couple of days have been outstanding on this thread.

    Jono- at first I thought you were trying to weaken my resolve on the little 58mm now I think you are teasing me with the 14-24.
    HI Terry
    Everything I post is an attempt to get either you or Cindy to spend money.
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    HI Terry
    Everything I post is an attempt to get either you or Cindy to spend money.
    You evil man!
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Ah well
    I had visions of you on a flying tractor!

    Here's another landscape from Friday

    if you take the left turn you'll get to Magpie Green
    If you take the right turn, it's up spooky old wash lane to Wortham Long Green.



    Nikon D3 with 14-24 lens at 15mm, 1/1600 at F8, daylight white balance, processed in Aperture with a little bit of Viveza magic
    Your color is look much better since your change to daylight
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Jorgen - I dont know if it is the consistent white borders or something in your processing but the color palette you get is really quite nice and there is a consistency where I can pick out your shots. the equipment lineup is just fantastic!
    Thank you. I just do the pp (PS CS3 only) to suit my own, egoistic taste
    Nice that others like it too.

    Jono, they did that for free. It's a roadblock preventing traffic into a huge, new industrial estate under construction, in case somebody didn't read the NO ENTRY! sign at the entrance (Me? But it's in Thai language. Us foreigners can't read that... ).

    To be honest, I went out there into the big emptiness a bit inspired by your own excellent landscape photography, only to find something completely unexpected. It was as if they where standing there, waiting for me to take their photo

    I'll be back for more

    Nice road photo, but those aren't really arable, are they?
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    From the July 4th parade...not sure what's scarier, the mask or the guy's facial expression.


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    HI Terry
    Everything I post is an attempt to get either you or Cindy to spend money.
    What else could be important?
    That may be the funniest line ever posted Jono, love what you did with those clouds.

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    HI Terry
    Everything I post is an attempt to get either you or Cindy to spend money.
    What else could be important?
    You have very evil intentions, Mr. Jono! You are always trying to part Terry and I from our money....trotting out all that fancy gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Your color is look much better since your change to daylight
    HI Guy
    Yes - I think that's been quite a revelation to quite a few people now - I keep meaning to do a blog on it . . . Plus it's so nice not worrying about carrying grey cards around!

    That shot would certainly have had a yellow tint in the greens.

    Jorgen, the diggers really are priceless - I'm sure that they warrant a return visit.
    The roads around here often become arable - grass growing up through the surface etc. that one however is quite busy (maybe 5 cars an hour). Still, is it compulsory for landscapes to be arable?

    Girls, Girls - just get those credit cards out and get clickin' you KNOW it makes sense! Actually, I'm only trying to get my own back - Guy is forever trying to get me to spend Medium Format money!

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    Hi Jono

    Having previously lived in the wilds of Suffolk perhaps we should start a "Country Lane shooting" thread to rival those "Street Shooters!"

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    Hi Jono

    Having previously lived in the wilds of Suffolk perhaps we should start a "Country Lane shooting" thread to rival those "Street Shooters!"

    Nigel
    HI Nigel
    Absolutely - no street around here! where were you in Suffolk . . . and where are you now?

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    Hi Jono

    I used to part own a TV and video production company based in the Guildhall at Eye.

    We lived for 22 years at Battisford near Stowmarket. Renovated and extended a derelict thatched cottage with closing order. Ended up with 2 acres and lots of Jacob sheep to keep the grass down.
    Needed a change of scenery and moved in 2000 to live by the sea at Felixstowe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Rea View Post
    Hi Jono

    I used to part own a TV and video production company based in the Guildhall at Eye.

    We lived for 22 years at Battisford near Stowmarket. Renovated and extended a derelict thatched cottage with closing order. Ended up with 2 acres and lots of Jacob sheep to keep the grass down.
    Needed a change of scenery and moved in 2000 to live by the sea at Felixstowe.

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    Ah - Eye, very close to us here in Redgrave, we have the renovated cottage, but not the thatch or the sheep!
    I keep persuading Emma to go and live near the sea, but it would be in Cornwall rather than Suffolk - much as I like the suffolk coast, I prefer to be able to see through my sea!

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    The photographic qualities of this photo can be discussed for sure, but I thought you might want to know anyway


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    The urge to travel against the current is sometimes irresistible, although the road is occasionally bumpy.

    D80 and 85/1.8

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    some pics with
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    Crop 100%


    Grill Fish...!! Yummy


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    Lovely photos, Andree. From Indonesia? I must go there!

    How do you find the manual focusing with the D50? Do you use the standard focusing screen?

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    Hi Jorgen, Yes, it's from Indonesia (south sumatera Island)
    IMHO, using manual focus lens on Nikon D50 is not hard, it's quite easy ( i just depending on the green dot)
    I'm still using the standard focusing screen from nikon
    no plan to change it to katz eyes screen yet.

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    Sorry I'm late to the party... David K, that dock shot in the Keys is amazing. Did you use the 14-24?

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    Lovely photos, Andree. From Indonesia? I must go there!

    How do you find the manual focusing with the D50? Do you use the standard focusing screen?
    Looks like a target rich place to shoot, I agree I want to go there
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    some pics with
    Nikon D50 + Voigtlander Ultron 40/2












    Crop 100%


    Grill Fish...!! Yummy


    Andree
    I find the little CV 40 Ultron a very good lens and a super walkabout kit. On the D300, where the EFOV is 60mm it is ideal for a days shoot without backbreaking weight. Voightlander needs to be commended (by buying their products!) for producing this lens, the wonderful 58 1.4 and all those for our M8's. Proves you don't have to spend the megabucks to get a great kit.

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    Last weekend, I went with some friends to watch the sunset from one of our favourite seafood restaurants. For some reason, the sun wasn't there, but we were, and the sea was there too

    D80 with Micro Nikkor 105mm f/2.8


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    It's funny how the obvious escapes us sometimes. I've been visiting my father every weekend for more than seven years, but only yesterday, I was able to think of the idea of taking a photo of him. My brain is rather slow sometimes

    So here he is, captured with the D80 and 85mm f/1.8 @ f/1.8. Light from two windows, one behind him and one to my right, and his office lamp reflected in the desk.

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    That's a very lovely portrait, Jorgen.
    Even the lighting is good despite the somewhat difficult lighting angles.

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    Nothing like a good father picture!
    This was take with a D1X in the front window of the Turks Head in St Agnes (Isles of Scilly). 1/15th f4.8 - 26th May 2003. He was 84, and I guess it was the last family holiday. He died last summer after a long, splendid and happy life (the last 4 years weren't so great).

    So, Jorgen - thank you for posting your picture of your father, as it reminded me of this one of mine, for me, it's the best picture I have of him in his old age, strong, thoughtful, intelligent and absolutely honest (he was also a fine photographer).

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    FABULOUS PAPA Pictures
    Love the 'eyes' and the markings of wonderful lives
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    Great photo Jono. Is that him in your avatar as well? If not, you are the spitting image of him.
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    My Father,
    He heated our week-end place with a wood fire.
    All of his firewood was cut and split by himself.
    He was a surgeon-in-chief as his day job, but just dad to me.
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    While we are on the subject, here's my dad:


    That was the 75/1.4 on a Leica.
    Here he is with a 40mm on MF...
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    Bob -- that one's great! I love his pose. It's very New England (takes one to know one).
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    Bob -- that one's great! I love his pose. It's very New England (takes one to know one).
    Ayup!

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    Great father-portraits all of you. What an unexpected pleasure, early in the morning

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    My son seems a natural at doing this....go figure


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    Old bicycle
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    Hmmm.... I woke up this morning and decided that this could be improved. 10 minutes in Photoshop which made me wonder: what is more important, a good lens or good Photoshop skills?


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    Jorgen,

    I think the photoshop skills are good already. Just need to use them .

    I like the result. A more "pronounce" photo.
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    GREAT Dad shots folks . Jorgen better PS skills on the second post of Dad , looks perfect now
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    Thanks Maarten and Guy. Must be because I got my fingers sorted out

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    at first I didn't recognize your hand at all ...

    here are two backlit

    a greenish ...




    ... and a reddish



    D300 • ZF 1.4/50mm (despite the exif says 85mm, I forgot to change the setting, so amateurish)
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    Ayup!
    Love to take a picture of both you and your dad. Lots of similarities there.

    See you at the lighting workshop

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