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    Now Chaps. We musn't let this conversation get too heavy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Ha!

    What does this say?

    at first I didn't get it, Vivek, but along with Jono's last image it all makes sense

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    Jono,
    "heavy" has never been an issue with this crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    ah yes, you are right, basicly knowledge is sin
    so I don't need to feel bad
    thanks Jono

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    ah yes, you are right, basicly knowledge is sin


    Are you sure that it doesn't mean that eating apples with your mac open get's bits in the keyboard?


    P.S. Steen - that's a lovely image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Jono,
    "heavy" has never been an issue with this crowd.
    Excellent Carlos - but I didn't mean this conversation to become too lightweight

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    Steen, that's a very beautiful capture. One of the best.

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    thank you Yørigen, and you too Jono !
    and of course a huge thank you to Stuart for finally bringing up this
    I've always wondered why my pictures are so darn good

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    thank you Yørigen, and you too Jono !
    Wow... I didn't know that you could speak Thai

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    na, don't mention it


    one last one, a seascape, seaveiw from a beach at The Mediterranean Sea


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    My daughter had her first horseback riding lesson today, the fulfillment of a dream she's had for almost half of her life (She's 10 years old). Daddy had to take pictures...







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    HI Carlos
    Exciting times for you daughter . . . and for your banker!

    Here is my wife - 45 years after her first riding lesson at 10. You can see that the excitement doesn't wear off!



    (excuse me - taken with an Olympus E3 and the 50-200 f2.8 / f3.5

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    I had a walk in Bangkok today, after some shopping (bought one lens cap), and this is what I saw (D80 with 70-300mm ED):


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    (bought one lens cap), and this is what I saw

    I want a lens cap too

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    I have lens caps...need camera!

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    Nice bokeh on that 50-200...it looks positively Zeiss-like to me. Were you shooting it around 110mm and f/4 by any chance?
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    Really nice shot Jorgen. B&W is an excellent choice for it.

    I have something a bit more um, caramel? to offer.

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    Four from Annecy, France.
    D3 and 2,8/24-70.
    Last edited by Arne Hvaring; 19th November 2008 at 10:35.

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    Lovely Arne
    I especially like the second and last shots.
    Lovely place . . . lovely photos.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    A couple through my D80-IR.

    The first using the incredibly sharp 14-24 zoom.



    The second using the 70-300 AF-D ED @ 70mm. It is also sharp for IR.


    (Rotterdam sky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely Arne
    I especially like the second and last shots.
    Lovely place . . . lovely photos.
    Thank you, Jono. Annecy is indeed lovely as is the whole area. Unfortunately we had to hurry through this time.

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    Vivek, excellent shots, the first would have been great even without the IR! Used to do some IR back in the film days, but haven't tried it with digital. What are we talking about exposure wise (sensitivity)?

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    Travelling halfway around the globe for a portrait may sound like overdoing things a bit. But if it's for a king or a queen or a baby, it's well worth the effort. Here she is, my daughter's first:




    D80 and 85/1.8 @ 2.0.

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    Congratulations Grandpa! She's adorable!
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    Congratulations Grandpa! She's adorable!
    Hmmm... I always thought it was only old people who became grandparents

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    She looks exactly like her grandpa. Spot on. A genuine Udvang and some day a great photographer

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    Jorgen,

    do you have a 100% crop of her eye? I believe you have a self portrait there.
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    Congratulations Jorgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Travelling halfway around the globe for a portrait may sound like overdoing things a bit. But if it's for a king or a queen or a baby, it's well worth the effort. Here she is, my daughter's first:

    D80 and 85/1.8 @ 2.0.
    Congratulations Jorgen
    and yes, it is only old people who are grandparents
    (you last a little longer if you only have boys . . . and you're lucky!). . . or is that unlucky?!

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    Congratulations, Jorgen. She is stunning and so is her first portrait.

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    Thanks a lot, all of you. Here's another one from the cold north. Oslo recently opened the doors of its new Opera House, after a million years of discussions. The architects, Snøhetta, made a design that can be used for much more that listening to 200 year old music. One great feature is that it's possible to walk on the roof of the entire building, and people do.

    Some do more than walking, and if this isn't a (roof)top performance, I don't know what is. D80 with Nikkor 70-300 ED.


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    Hi Jorgen,
    Quick question, are they practicing Tai-Chi ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepdiver View Post
    Hi Jorgen,
    Quick question, are they practicing Tai-Chi ??
    I believe they are..... either that, or an unusually slow ballet

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    D3 and 24-70 f/2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I believe they are..... either that, or an unusually slow ballet
    Possibly they all had baked beans for supper last night?

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    Hi Cindy
    Is that a working railway?
    I love the first shot of the building - it really is a very good lens that one isn't it (you can also use it for beating back oncoming bears).

    I can't see the last picture - is it me or the link?

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    Love the first one as well
    The reds & greens dance....Beautiful framing
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    Thanks Jono and Helen.

    Jono, This is basically a Railroad museum. The society is restoring old steam and diesel engines and various cars. They offer rides out into the countryside in the summer. Unfortunately, the rides and museum are closed down now because this area received devastating floods in June.
    Yes, that 24-70 is a really nice lens.

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    More fun with light painting

    Gamma Geiger


    Green lightning, Mr. Shen. Green lightning.

    (A no prize for the first person to tell us the pop culture reference)

    May need to change the bulbs


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    Norway, as seen from a 737 with dirty windows through a D80 with the 85mm f/1.8, while being fed with unlimited amounts of chocolate and müsli bars, since the Lufthansa catering staff were on strike.


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    LOL - yesterday was the first day of charging for soda and bottled water on USAirways. What a joke!

    Theoretically one now would buy your ticket, pay to check your luggage, pay for an aisle seat, pay for a soda, pay for snacks, pay for headphones (if you don't bring your own) but that won't matter this fall when they are dropping movies......

    ....but lest I forget after sitting on the taxi way for an hour the pilot got on and announced there were only 22 more planes ahead of us waiting to take off.

    Welcome to flying in America....

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    Yeah, it is awful...it only takes 4 and a half hours flying to Iceland, but you have to sit on the tarmac at JFK for at least 45 minutes before you take off...it is so inefficient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepdiver View Post
    Hi Jorgen,
    Quick question, are they practicing Tai-Chi ??
    Yep, Tai Chi Chuan Long Form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Norway, as seen from a 737 with dirty windows through a D80 with the 85mm f/1.8, ]
    Great Jorgen . . . and whilst we're on the 'impossible situation' photos.

    How about:
    K.D. Laing - so far away that 70mm fills the entire stage.
    70-300 cheapo zoom
    6400 ISO
    camera held over head using live view to view image in screen.
    in middle of jumping crowd:



    I'll start a thread on the subject later, but I thought this was a good starter!

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    Jono,
    That looks like a lot of fun. What kind of performance is it?

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    Jono,

    What 70-300 cheapo zoom are you referring to here:
    - Nikkor AF-G 70-300 4.0-5.6 or
    - Nikkor AF-S 70-300 4.5-5.6 G VR

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    Hi Jorgen
    I reckon she thinks of herself as a kind of female hip version of Tony Bennett (with whom she made an album in 2002).

    I'm surprised you haven't heard of her (she's hardly fringe these days!):

    K.D. Laing

    Hermie; it was the new G lens with VR - I just couldn't believe how well it worked, I'd guess 80% keepers with it held as high over my head as I could (and that's wobbly let me tell you!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Norway, as seen from a 737 with dirty windows through a D80 with the 85mm f/1.8, while being fed with unlimited amounts of chocolate and müsli bars, since the Lufthansa catering staff were on strike.

    Here in the States we have to buy the chocolate bars and granola snacks! They will be charging for soda soon too I suspect.

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    70-300 VR G

    Have been going a little copy-paste happy after discovering MTFs on Nikon Japan site.

    Looked up the AFS ED VR, etc, etc 70-300 mentioned earlier. Can see why it performs so well. With VR and the low-light performance of the D3/700 and for < $500 new, I can see why Jono and others like it as a walk-around so much. Just went on my short-list.

    F stop unknown (in English anyway).

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    Festival time!
    Blissed out for Martha Wainwright:






    Clapping Devon Sproule


    Hmm -The Fascist in the Hippy:


    Fixing the makeup


    Great Result:


    Could this be clapping K.D.Laing?


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