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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Having a blast shooting weddings with the D3X. Nice color. Great skin tones.

    ISO 500, 24-70 @ 24/5, fill with a SB900.
    That is simply rockin'!!! Wow.

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    Having a blast shooting weddings with the D3X. Nice color. Great skin tones.

    ISO 500, 24-70 @ 24/5, fill with a SB900.
    Great image and colors. A grad ND filter?

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    Great image and colors. A grad ND filter?

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    No ND filter ... usually don't have time for stuff like that when shooting weddings.

    Used Lightroom 2s new brushes ... specifically the custom grad filter that you can place exactly where you want it, and apply it as much as you want, as many times as you want. Just that one new LR-2 feature has cut hours off of my processing times for weddings ... plus I used a few tricks in PS.

    I find the D3X 14 bit files to be amazingly workable.

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    No ND filter ... usually don't have time for stuff like that when shooting weddings.

    Used Lightroom 2s new brushes ... specifically the custom grad filter that you can place exactly where you want it, and apply it as much as you want, as many times as you want. Just that one new LR-2 feature has cut hours off of my processing times for weddings ... plus I used a few tricks in PS.

    I find the D3X 14 bit files to be amazingly workable.
    That's what I thought ND filters are for slow paced landscape photography.

    I see, LR 2 is more flexible and time saver now. I should check LR 2 out.

    So, you see big a difference in 14 bit files(D3X) in comparison to 12 bit(A900) ones. That extra bits are there for a reason!

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Having a blast shooting weddings with the D3X. Nice color. Great skin tones.

    ISO 500, 24-70 @ 24/5, fill with a SB900.
    Niiiiiice

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    Niiiiiice
    It is really hard to see what is being achieved here

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Having a blast shooting weddings with the D3X. Nice color. Great skin tones.

    ISO 500, 24-70 @ 24/5, fill with a SB900.
    Hello fotografz,
    Beautiful work! Best regards, Leica 77

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    It is really hard to see what is being achieved here

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    What do you mean by "achieved" Woody?

    If you mean what was achieved with the wedding pic I posted ... well, printed at 17" X 22" it looks even better than here. Little to no noise @ ISO 500, nice color right out of the camera, very detailed at the plane of focus, and as a number of photographers that have seen the actual print said, it exhibits a strong sense of depth. Doesn't really matter how it got there, or what gear was used ... it works as a pictorial display wedding print ... which is what I make a living from. These are the kinds of images that sell multiple copies to everyone involved and their Grandmother.

    My favorite quip about it was when Irakly saw it ... "That's a $5,000. shot!" he didn't ask what camera was used, or what I did to the image afterwards, he just reacted to the picture ... like he always does ... good or bad.

    I only mention the gear used because that's how this forum is set up. I make no competitive claims against other cameras ... just that for me and what I do, this one works ... and is better and easier to achieve results from than one would be led to believe from internet chatter.

    This was my first use of the D3X on the job. It performed flawlessly and delivered what I needed from a high meg 35mm DSLR. It's a nice compliment to the D3. A dynamic duo for my wedding photography needs, so to speak.

    Or, maybe that ISN"T what you meant?

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    What I meant is that on the web it is hard to see the differences one camera to another that is possible when viewing large tiffs or better still large prints.

    I have heard much dissing of the D3X (using the A900) as the comparison. But I have now been using mine for about two months, including large file and large print landscapes. I think it is an amazing machine and it can certainly handle the rigors of field work. Built like a tank.

    I don't have an A900 so I can't compare. I have seen many files that I like and a fair number which I think have too much shadow noise. But as I say, i don't have one, have taken no images with one, so can't really render an opinion.

    You have both so how do you choose which one to work with. Seems to me you would not need both 35mm DSLR systems.

    Just trying to learn here...........no other agenda

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    Marc

    What I meant is that on the web it is hard to see the differences one camera to another that is possible when viewing large tiffs or better still large prints.

    I have heard much dissing of the D3X (using the A900) as the comparison. But I have now been using mine for about two months, including large file and large print landscapes. I think it is an amazing machine and it can certainly handle the rigors of field work. Built like a tank.

    I don't have an A900 so I can't compare. I have seen many files that I like and a fair number which I think have too much shadow noise. But as I say, i don't have one, have taken no images with one, so can't really render an opinion.

    You have both so how do you choose which one to work with. Seems to me you would not need both 35mm DSLR systems.

    Just trying to learn here...........no other agenda

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    Well Woody, yes I do have both systems and a good deal of the better lenses for both. Without rehashing all the discourse from the Sony forum it boils down to what I said there in summary ... and meant every word of it ... for which I took a personal lambasting. If I had to choose, I'd sell the entire Sony system before the D3/D3X system. Nothing personal, just business. From what I can tell, most dissing of the D3X comes from those who don't use the D3X and rely on second hand info/opinions/pictures from this relatively new camera. After all, it does take some time to learn about any new camera.

    My take on it:

    I like the Sony a lot ... but it is a fair weather friend much like the DMR/9 I had (which I sold to fund the Sony and the AF Zeiss lenses). Unfortunately, I have to shoot in less than ideal conditions frequently. There is no D3/D700 equivalent for high ISO work. The Sony doesn't shoot to two CF cards like both the Nikons do ... something I desire for security when shooting a one time, non-repeatable event. And the Nikon flash system is easier to work with IMHO.

    Yes, there is noise in the A900 shadow areas ... sometimes even at lower ISOs ... not to hard to deal with ... unless you are dealing with 1,000 images a weekend. Then it's a PITA. This is not an issue with the D3X that I can tell so far. In my limited experience with the D3X so far, ISO 500/640 is excellent even enlarged a lot ... I cannot say the same for the A900. But, when the A900 is on the money, with some of the lenses, it's really can sing ... just like the DMR did.

    As usual, YMMV ... but for me it's working out just fine so far.

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    Whoa, that's a tough act to follow Marc. Beautifully done.

    Something a bit more pedestrian... this from today while waiting for the parade to start. Happy 4th of July!

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    And one more.

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    Sorry for all these, it's been raining for a month and I think I'm getting bored.

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    Red Plumeria on a rainy day. Leica R 50mm Summicron with Leitax mount + Nikon TC-16A + Nikon D2H. Aperture @ f2.8. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    Red Plumeria on a rainy day. Leica M (Not R) 90mm Summicron (Canada) with mount adapter + Nikon TC-16A + Nikon D2H. Aperture @ f5.6. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    Orchid after the rain. Leica R 50mm Summicron with Leitax mount + Nikon TC-16A + Nikon D2H. Aperture @ f2.8. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    L77,
    Looking at your plumeria, we should hope for more rain. Beautiful

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    L77,
    Looking at your plumeria, we should hope for more rain. Beautiful
    Hello Jorgen,
    Many thanks for your kind feedback. Yes, we need some more rain during this raining season! Best regards, Leica 77

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    Fun Picture with Nikon D300 + AF Nikkor 18-200mm VR Lens. Street Scape in Asia. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    Orchid after the rain. Leica R 50mm Summicron with Leitax mount + Nikon TC-16A + Nikon D2H. Aperture @ f2.8. Thanks for looking. Leica 77
    nice I have been wanting a [email protected] for a while now!!

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    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ).

    D3x, DC 135/2:

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    So beautiful
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ).
    What an interesting coincidence. I also met an old friend today, a somewhat more bearded one though
    And the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 is just the sharpest, loveliest lens ever
    Here at f/2.0 on the S5, no adjustments.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    What an interesting coincidence. I also met an old friend today, a somewhat more bearded one though
    And the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 is just the sharpest, loveliest lens ever
    Here at f/2.0 on the S5, no adjustments.
    Jorgen, it's not that I envy but your image is so ... portraiture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Jorgen, it's not that I envy but your image is so ... portraiture!
    Thanks, Alex. I'm having a lot of fun with this lens. The victims are even in focus sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    What an interesting coincidence. I also met an old friend today, a somewhat more bearded one though
    And the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 is just the sharpest, loveliest lens ever
    Here at f/2.0 on the S5, no adjustments.

    Hello Jorgen,
    As usual, your image is fantastic! The Viking Smile is terrific! Best regards, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ).

    D3x, DC 135/2:
    Hello AlexLF,
    The image is both beautiful and sensuous! Nice "old friend". Best regards, Leica 77

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    nice I have been wanting a [email protected] for a while now!!
    Hello viablex1,
    Many thanks for your kind feedback. Among all the digital SLRs I have used, the D2H is certainly one of the finest cameras I own. It is responsive, fast, and solid. Though I also like the newer digital SLRs for their innovative capabilities, I have taken my D2H to remote travel destinations. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hello viablex1,
    Many thanks for your kind feedback. Among all the digital SLRs I have used, the D2H is certainly one of the finest cameras I own. It is responsive, fast, and solid. Though I also like the newer digital SLRs for their innovative capabilities, I have taken my D2H to remote travel destinations. Best regards, Leica 77
    I have to jump in on the D2H bandwagon as well. I've owned three of them, and though I don't have one at the moment, I consider it a much under-appreciated camera. I wish I still had one.

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    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ).

    D3x, DC 135/2:
    Nice neighborhood... beautiful neighbor!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    What an interesting coincidence. I also met an old friend today, a somewhat more bearded one though
    And the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 is just the sharpest, loveliest lens ever
    Here at f/2.0 on the S5, no adjustments.

    Jorgen, That's just a flat-out great portrait!

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    I have to jump in on the D2H bandwagon as well. I've owned three of them, and though I don't have one at the moment, I consider it a much under-appreciated camera. I wish I still had one.
    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your kind feedback. I agree with you that the great value of the D2H is much under-appreciated. Though the pixel size is not huge compared to the newer digital SLRs, it nonetheless produces pretty sharp images with excellent color tonality. If one wishes to make large enlargements, then the D2X(s), D3(x), D300, D700, etc. would be more preferrable. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ).
    Yeah, sure, she just happened to be out for a stroll around the neighborhood with her wardrobe stylist and makeup artist, right? Wait, I forgot, you're in Moscow... girls probably actually do do that there... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice neighborhood... beautiful neighbor!!
    Thank you, Lloyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Having a blast shooting weddings with the D3X. Nice color. Great skin tones.
    Very nice! Hmm, I thought Nikons were supposed to have bad flesh tones,

    Looks like several forum members (Jorgen, Alex & others) are proving this to be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Met my old friend in a neighborhood (well, not really old ). D3x, DC 135/2:
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    What an interesting coincidence. I also met an old friend today, a somewhat more bearded one though
    And the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 is just the sharpest, loveliest lens ever
    Here at f/2.0 on the S5, no adjustments.
    Excellent on both accounts, though I somehow prefer the looks of Alex's friend over crusty old bearded guys ( ), but a great candid portrait none the less Jorgen.

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    Very nice! Hmm, I thought Nikons were supposed to have bad flesh tones,

    Looks like several forum members (Jorgen, Alex & others) are proving this to be wrong.

    Rob
    On the contrary............Nikons have acknowledged great skin tones. Those who don't like Nikon color are put off by what they perceive to be too yellow tones in leafy green foliage

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    On the contrary............Nikons have acknowledged great skin tones. Those who don't like Nikon color are put off by what they perceive to be too yellow tones in leafy green foliage

    Woody
    Nikon? Never heard about it. There's a Nikkor on my Fuji though. I'll ask it about the foliage thing

    S5 with Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.8



    ... and thank you for the friendly words about the portrait. I hope the viking likes it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nikon? Never heard about it. There's a Nikkor on my Fuji though. I'll ask it about the foliage thing

    S5 with Nikkor 105mm f/1.8 AIS @ f/2.8

    ... and thank you for the friendly words about the portrait. I hope the viking likes it too
    Jorgen, I can't follow you so fast! Very light capture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    On the contrary............Nikons have acknowledged great skin tones. Those who don't like Nikon color are put off by what they perceive to be too yellow tones in leafy green foliage

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    Hi Woody, thanks for the comments. Please understand I was being mostly facetious with my remarks.

    But just for the record I have been reading about all sorts of bad Nikon color for years on the internet (including these forums) clear back to the classic Nikon D1, some people just don't like Nikon color, what ever that is including flesh tones. While its true that many photographers also complain about foliage having a yellowish tone with vegetation (including spring greens... hmm) there are also no shortage of complaints floating around about poor flesh tones even with the newer Nikon cameras.

    With the exception of the D1 which truly did have some issues with color at times, I have not for the most part experienced these problems with the my Nikons including the D1, D1x, D2x and now the D3. However a cohort several years ago brought his D1x over to my studio to compare with my D1x since he was having some color issues. We set both cameras up absolutely identical, gray balance, same lens, the works and sure enough his images returned a noticeably more yellow image. Go figure. That experiment might indicate a level of inconsistency in manufacturing with some cameras.

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    A couple of images from last week: an abandoned one room school house at Cow Face Hill, Montana.

    D3 images converted in LR, lens 24 TS-E

    Thanks for looking.

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    Last edited by routlaw; 7th February 2010 at 13:09.

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    A couple of images from last week: an abandoned one room school house at Cow Face Hill, Montana.

    D3 images converted in LR, lens 24 TS-E

    Thanks for looking.

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    Wonderful work, yet again Rob.

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    Wonderful sense of light in both. Very nice!

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    Wonderful work, yet again Rob.
    Many thanks Lloyd. BTW forgot to mention sorry about that road rash you received earlier in the year, ouch. Been there done that too, never fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Wonderful sense of light in both. Very nice!

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    Thanks Tim, much appreciated!

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    At the disco??? Shouldn't you be at church????


    D3, 135/2 DC at f/2.5

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    A couple of images from last week: an abandoned one room school house at Cow Face Hill, Montana.

    D3 images converted in LR, lens 24 TS-E

    Thanks for looking.

    Rob

    damn those are cool as hell!!! damn very nice!!!!

    glad to see you got out!!! that lens be cool!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    At the disco??? Shouldn't you be at church????
    Wow. That's the first all black church I've ever seen. Why is it black?

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    Hello Stuart and routlaw,
    Great images! Wonderful to see nice architecture and nature. All the best, Leica 77

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    le bee on rose. I guess everyone has to do it at least once.

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