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    David,
    I haven't owned a hat since the one I bought when I was around thirty, thinking it was a necessity to become a man. Ten years later, having observed what misery grown men had created in the world around me, I decided that becoming an adult wasn't so important after all, so I threw it away

    fultonpics,
    that first shot of yours is the kind of image that I dream to get, but I always seem to get lost on my way to the stadium Great shot!

    What lens and aperture did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    point and shoot. yeah nikon!

    first is a swing shot--you know swing the camera and push the button

    the second is at 1 million iso due to darkness

    dang that first one nice shot!!

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    jorgen, i only own two lenses both tele zooms made by nikon. one on one body and one on the other and i'm good to go--in fact usually it is only one on one camera when i show up---the other stays stashed in the car hidden in case the other one blows up. that top pic is at 4.0 which is my permanent setting on that zoom and the lower one is 2.8 which is pretty much where that zoom lives. i only shoot manual aperture and speed--never graduated to that auto stuff. the camera's are stock d3's with all sorts of custom settings that i can never remember--they kinda of made sense when i set the first one up and i just copied them on the second one (a refurb). i hate it when i bump a setting as it takes me forever to figure out what the heck i did. that darn focus point keeps moving around on me--it can be annoying. same goes for the awb stuff--i tried the little presets but find they aren't always the right temp, so I fiddle with that or just live with what the computer figures out on that awb setting. i only shoot jpeg since i don't have a clue about raw or even if my old version of photoshop will open it---i should try it some day! but i try to get it right the first time (not with much success sometimes)

    i think both of these were used on the sports illustrated site somewhere, or maybe it was ESPN, i can't keep track and my agencies send checks without telling me where the stuff went. sometimes it just shows up at the house in a mag i'm thumbing thru. but i can tell you this, there ain't much money in editorial pics, it sucks. i'd do better shooting family portraits or weddings--but i'd go crazy. I took a camera on a trip once but had no idea what to do with the pics when i got home, so i don't lug it around anymore.

    i used to only use canon and man am i glad i switched. those darn mk3's can't focus to save themselves--imagine having to transmit at halftime and having NO images in focus--"WTF" is right! so i dumped the gear at a big loss and went dark-side.

    Thanks viablex1, I assume that is a complement?

    I got tons of stuff so be prepared to be bored with lots of mediocre pics....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    jorgen, i only own two lenses both tele zooms made by nikon. one on one body and one on the other and i'm good to go--in fact usually it is only one on one camera when i show up---the other stays stashed in the car hidden in case the other one blows up. that top pic is at 4.0 which is my permanent setting on that zoom and the lower one is 2.8 which is pretty much where that zoom lives. i only shoot manual aperture and speed--never graduated to that auto stuff. the camera's are stock d3's with all sorts of custom settings that i can never remember--they kinda of made sense when i set the first one up and i just copied them on the second one (a refurb). i hate it when i bump a setting as it takes me forever to figure out what the heck i did. that darn focus point keeps moving around on me--it can be annoying. same goes for the awb stuff--i tried the little presets but find they aren't always the right temp, so I fiddle with that or just live with what the computer figures out on that awb setting. i only shoot jpeg since i don't have a clue about raw or even if my old version of photoshop will open it---i should try it some day! but i try to get it right the first time (not with much success sometimes)

    i think both of these were used on the sports illustrated site somewhere, or maybe it was ESPN, i can't keep track and my agencies send checks without telling me where the stuff went. sometimes it just shows up at the house in a mag i'm thumbing thru. but i can tell you this, there ain't much money in editorial pics, it sucks. i'd do better shooting family portraits or weddings--but i'd go crazy. I took a camera on a trip once but had no idea what to do with the pics when i got home, so i don't lug it around anymore.

    i used to only use canon and man am i glad i switched. those darn mk3's can't focus to save themselves--imagine having to transmit at halftime and having NO images in focus--"WTF" is right! so i dumped the gear at a big loss and went dark-side.

    Thanks viablex1, I assume that is a complement?

    I got tons of stuff so be prepared to be bored with lots of mediocre pics....
    Thank you for a very spirited answer. Looking forward to see more "mediocre" pics

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    Eh; I hope Im not doing something illegal here, when I mention that my Fuji S5 Pro is for sale/trade in the buy/sell/trade section (along with a new AF D 2/35 mm).
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Eh; I hope Im not doing something illegal here, when I mention that my Fuji S5 Pro is for sale/trade in the buy/sell/trade section (along with a new AF D 2/35 mm).
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    Interesting. Just out of curiosity, why are you selling it? You had some great images from that camera.

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    Lloyd! I love the files it produces! Really! But the real fun in photography for me lies in B&W and M cameras/viewfinders (not necessarily Leicas). And, I cant really afford to keep several systems. So; Im getting another M4 and (I hope) a GRDII for digital.

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    I fully understand, Leif. Good luck.

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    Thanks!
    F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aid), 1,8/85 af-d,
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    Leif,
    I'm sorry you are selling your S5. I'll miss your posts here in the Nikon forum. Good luck wherever your photography takes you.

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    Cindy; you make me blush! thanks!
    Ill post in the Leica and analog threads instead, I guess!

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    It's a strange habit we have, categorising photos as well as photographers by brand names rather than by photos and subject. Not that I mind though. At the bottom of my heart, I'm a gearhead too. Most of us check out most forums here anyway, don't we?

    Nice seeing you here at the Nikon forum for a while, Erik. Your photos will be missed here, but I look forward to keep in touch on the other sections of this excellent forum.

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    Here's an old one, from November last year.

    S5 with 70-300mm ED @ 190mm and f/7.1


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    I just put these in a different section of the forum, but thought you folks might get a kick out of them.

    Done 10 years ago with my first Nikon digital camera ... a D1X using a Nikon 28/1.4 ASPH. (which I wish I had now).

    These were promo materials I designed and photographed for a performance Art group called "Fire Fabulon". Specifically, these are the posters which were printed 30" X 40" and held up just fine.



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    Just picked up the new 50 1.4 G ... liking it very much

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    One from a new shoot...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Just picked up the new 50 1.4 G ... liking it very much
    Easy to see why you like it. Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddk View Post
    One from a new shoot...

    Very, very nice!!! Beautiful b/w too!

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    Thank you Lloyd, your kind words are very much appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    I just put these in a different section of the forum, but thought you folks might get a kick out of them.

    Done 10 years ago with my first Nikon digital camera ... a D1X using a Nikon 28/1.4 ASPH. (which I wish I had now).
    Pretty cool! I always liked the D1x but never got along with the D2 series Nikons, something about the colors which missed the life and vibrance of the D1x.

    If its any consolation as much as I love the 28/1.4 I see myself using the Zeiss equivalent a lot more than the Nikkor these days, something more solid in the pictures.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Just picked up the new 50 1.4 G ... liking it very much
    What are the beads around the boys neck, they're very prominent, do they have any significance or its just something that he was wearing?

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    David,
    the beads are Kukui nuts .... the young boy is a hula dancer and is part of his dance attire ...
    The Kukui nut lei were worn by the Hawaiian royalty in time of old.

    Here are a few from today ... Aloha

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    David,
    The Kukui nut lei were worn by the Hawaiian royalty in time of old.
    Here are a few from today ... Aloha
    Awesome pics ! I like the way u process them.

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    Just back with my wife from the mountainous province of Yunnan, southern China. We went into one of their UNESCO World Heritage Parks and the scenery was awesome.

    Here's a shot with my D700 & Sigma 12-24mm.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2190267...7619029034957/

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    ShiroKuro,
    Wonderfull images. Would you share your processing technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fortynine View Post
    Just back with my wife from the mountainous province of Yunnan, southern China. We went into one of their UNESCO World Heritage Parks and the scenery was awesome.

    Here's a shot with my D700 & Sigma 12-24mm.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2190267...7619029034957/
    Beautiful image. Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    .

    Here are a few from today ... Aloha
    Great shots... and agree with the other comments, the processing is terrific!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fortynine View Post
    Just back with my wife from the mountainous province of Yunnan, southern China. We went into one of their UNESCO World Heritage Parks and the scenery was awesome.

    Here's a shot with my D700 & Sigma 12-24mm.
    Wow - a good one!

    Here's my pathetic try - that's all of landscape I could manage to find today in Moscow (still getting to know DC 135/2):




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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Wow - a good one!

    Here's my pathetic try - that's all of landscape I could manage to find today in Moscow (still getting to know DC 135/2):



    Very nice, Alex. What a stunning 3D effect on that first image. Magic.

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    [QUOTE=AlexLF;105478]Wow - a good one!

    Here's my pathetic try - that's all of landscape I could manage to find today in Moscow (still getting to know DC 135/2):

    Nice. I can imagine they would look wonderful in a black and white with softening of the highlights.

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    The Nikon is pretty much glued to my hand at this point ...
    As far as my processing of the image files ...I am just doing some quick conversions using DFine and Color effects pro and some adjustment layers in PS4... and the Get DPI web action to save for the web ... nice PS action for those who have not tried them ....


    This is Jeff Widener holding up a copy of the Honolulu Advertiser featuring a story about him ... He shot the image of the lone man standing in front of a column tanks in Tiananmen Square 20 years ago ....

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    It's nice to see the man behind the photo. It is one of those great images of the 20th century.
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    Location is secret of course. D2Xs. Zeiss 28mm. Manual. The Exif says f2 and 1/640 which surprises me. Touched - Ok, beaten up - in Lightroom and CS4.
    Last edited by JohnH; 19th April 2010 at 06:26.

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    There certainly is a change of color once it hits the internet.
    So here is a variation.

    And I don't think it shows up that well, either. OK, back to the drawing board...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    There certainly is a change of color once it hits the internet.
    So here is a variation.

    And I don't think it shows up that well, either. OK, back to the drawing board...
    Great shots, John.

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    Very nice, John. I like the second in b&w best.
    I use the getdpi action to get my shots ready for the web. If you haven't tried them, I recommend you do.

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    Thanks Cindy and LLoyd for your comments.

    Cindy - I have not tried that action - will do so.

    Cheers,

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    IR converted D90, 70-200VR





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    Great stuff, Jim. I particularly like that second one.

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    One from yesterday. A friend of mine and his daughters:

    D300, 70-200/2,8 VR:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    One from yesterday. A friend of mine and his daughters:

    D300, 70-200/2,8 VR:

    Attachment 17367
    What a gorgeous family portrait!

    I wish I had a friend like you around Lloyd, I shot many pictures of family but I'm in almost none of them, he's going to appreciate this one forever.

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    Very nice Lloyd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    IR converted D90, 70-200VR
    Where were these pictures taken Jim?

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    Thanks Stuart.

    David. Thank you... I know what you mean. I've taken thousands of family pictures, and I'm in only a handful. (But when people see me, they understand why it's better I'm behind the camera)

    I'm having something strange happen with my D300 and the 70-200 combo. I've noticed that at times it doesn't want to auto focus, then will start to to work. But I'll get completely black images. (example below, which is a screenshot from Adobe Bridge). Only seems to be an issue with this lens. I wondered if the contacts are dirty or something. Anyone have any ideas?

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    No, but I have noticed I have been getting a similar thing with my 60mm curtagon for Rollei. I suggest scrubbing the contacts really well. That seemed to work for me...
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    David. Thank you... I know what you mean. I've taken thousands of family pictures, and I'm in only a handful. (But when people see me, they understand why it's better I'm behind the camera)
    i know what you mean, I have the same problem, its the curse of the ultra good looking, no picture can ever be good enough!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I'm having something strange happen with my D300 and the 70-200 combo. I've noticed that at times it doesn't want to auto focus, then will start to to work. But I'll get completely black images. (example below, which is a screenshot from Adobe Bridge). Only seems to be an issue with this lens. I wondered if the contacts are dirty or something. Anyone have any ideas?

    Attachment 17375
    I have no idea what causes this problem in your case, the only time I get the black frames is when my flash misfires.

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    i know what you mean, I have the same problem, its the curse of the ultra good looking, no picture can ever be good enough!
    Er, yeah... that's it.

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    Beautiful family portrait, Lloyd.

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    We ran into a peacock along the side of the road. I got out and was able to get pretty close with my D700 and Mamiya 200 at f/5.6.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    We ran into a peacock along the side of the road. I got out and was able to get pretty close with my D700 and Mamiya 200 at f/5.6.

    Beautiful shots, Cindy. I particularly like this last one.

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    Where were these pictures taken Jim?
    San Francisco, De Young museum

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    Jim, Your IR shots are lovely. The second is just outstanding.

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