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    Wow David! I wish I was there hahahhaha
    It looks so much FUN!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Guys: please stop making me regret my lens choices! Now I shall have to try harder with what I have! Andree, what were the shot settings for the B&W image?
    Hi etrigan63
    I believe the EXIF is attached on that picture
    I converted to BW on PS CS 2
    I adjusted the contrast a little bit and the level a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepdiver View Post
    Quick shots of my friend

    D3 + ZF 85/1.4
    Somehow, this one looks more live than reality. Great shot!

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    It's 1/1600" at f/2.8 according to Exif
    Andree, you really make that 85mm lens sing

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    shhh
    just don't go on
    Andree - she looks lovely - and I like the feisty expression.
    Perlease stop using those zeiss lenses - want want want!

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    One more picture of her
    EXIF attached as well
    Nikon D3 + ZF 85/1.4 ^^



    Jono : please buy this lens, it's really sweettt hahahhhaaa (poison mode ON)

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepdiver View Post

    Jono : please buy this lens, it's really sweettt hahahhhaaa (poison mode ON)

    Andree

    Actually Andree I'm immune to this one (at least for now), as I have the 105 nikkor, and I do like to have autofocus for that kind of focal length. I'm rather hoping that Nikon update their primes later on in the year - in the meantime, if I want something like that, then I can always use my M8 with the 75 'cron.

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    Fuji s5pro now 499pounds,so tempting!!!
    http://www.photographyblog.com/index...5_pro_for_499/

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    Possibly because there is a D300-based S7 in the works for Photokina?
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    Itd be nice to know if fuji are going to change the chip this time,even so the s5 would make a great backup to the new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    shhh
    just don't go on
    want want want!
    Time for another cold bath, Jono!
    SlŠinte

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Possibly because there is a D300-based S7 in the works for Photokina?
    Or possibly because they've realised that they can't really compete pricewise, and so they're clearing the decks before they start selling the sensors to someone else.

    The S5 is lovely, but it's slow compared to the Nikon equivalents, and it's advantages with dynamic range and jpg quality have been eroded. I can't see how they can do it again and make a profit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
    Time for another cold bath, Jono!
    I keep taking them Robert . . . . and then I need some sort of consolation, and it's so easy and congenial to call Robert White!

    . . . although, see above, I'm not really tempted by the 85 1.4 or the 100 F2

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    Quote Originally Posted by nei1 View Post
    Fuji s5pro now 499pounds,so tempting!!!
    http://www.photographyblog.com/index...5_pro_for_499/
    Too many temptations. I went to a shop yesterday to have a look at the E-420, but then they where selling the D80 for $650 (the D90 must be very close). I bought one, just in case. Can't hurt, can it

    I think I need the Voigtlšnder pancake for it

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    yes, the pancake! ... and ... and the ...

    Last edited by Steen; 4th June 2008 at 23:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    yes, the pancake! ... and ... and the ...

    Steen, it will all be okay AS LONG as you DON'T GO NEAR THE MF FORUM.
    That way lies penury and disgrace!

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    I will admit that the MF forum is "wretched hive of scum and villainy", tempting us mortals with their godly DR and divine bokehs. (The bikini shots help too)

    Still, this group isn't far behind with all of the Zeiss pimping that happens here.

    Now you guys have me wondering about the CV 40mm pancake. Didn't we have a comparo thread a ways ago?
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    Well, don't forget about film. I got my Rollei 6008AF and 80mm AF lens for less than the cost of a new 5D (when they were new...). Just because it is medium format does not mean it is expensive. Medium format digital...well, that is another story altogether.

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    Out of curiosity, can some CV 40mm SL II owner please post a shot of the lens with the hood on? I cannot picture it from Stephen Gandy's description over at CameraQuest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Out of curiosity, can some CV 40mm SL II owner please post a shot of the lens with the hood on? I cannot picture it from Stephen Gandy's description over at CameraQuest.
    Carlos

    It is super hard to see because it is recessed into the lens. When I got the lens I actually called Stephen to tell him that he forgot to ship the hood. He got a kick out of that one.

    Anyway the hood is tiny and totally unobtrusive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Out of curiosity, can some CV 40mm SL II owner please post a shot of the lens with the hood on? I cannot picture it from Stephen Gandy's description over at CameraQuest.
    Here's a post with the hood on:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showpo...3&postcount=35

    and one with it off:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showpo...40&postcount=8

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    I will admit that the MF forum is "wretched hive of scum and villainy", tempting us mortals with their godly DR and divine bokehs. (The bikini shots help too)
    Got some of my best shots of the day with the D3 and 24-70 and the Zeiss 110 f/2. My son, Zachary and one of the models. Maybe this will get him interested in photography.

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    Got Nikon bikini shots too

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Got some of my best shots of the day with the D3 and 24-70 and the Zeiss 110 f/2. My son, Zachary and one of the models. Maybe this will get him interested in photography.
    If it doesn't I'm not sure anything will. Now did the shoot get him interested in modeling??

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    That boy needs some protection from the elements.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Terry,
    Not sure about his interest in modeling but he certainly had an interest in the models It was hard for him (no pun intended) to keep a straight face with his buddies watching and shouting: Kiss her, Kiss her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Terry,
    Not sure about his interest in modeling but he certainly had an interest in the models It was hard for him (no pun intended) to keep a straight face with his buddies watching and shouting: Kiss her, Kiss her...
    Especially in front of his Dad!

    Poor chap!

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    I have a daughter and a son. Trust me i have a double standard . Son can do anything he wants when it comes to girls, Daughter i carry a Louisville Slugger Bat around with me.

    There are no equal rights here
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I have a daughter and a son. Trust me i have a double standard . Son can do anything he wants when it comes to girls, Daughter i carry a Louisville Slugger Bat around with me.

    There are no equal rights here
    What a shocking attitude . . .
    But then . . . I have three boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I have a daughter and a son. Trust me i have a double standard . Son can do anything he wants when it comes to girls, Daughter i carry a Louisville Slugger Bat around with me.

    There are no equal rights here
    Amen brother. The sons just have to realize that most girls' dads are like that. Dally at your peril, boys!
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    Guy,

    That tripod you are holding looks a suitable deterrent!

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    That's the Gitzo Skullcracker model...
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Amen brother. The sons just have to realize that most girls' dads are like that. Dally at your peril, boys!
    Not sure who's doing the 'dallying' these days Carlos - The idea that boys are in the driving seat these days seems pretty laughable to me. . . . . . almost as laughable as the idea that dads have any influence over their daughter's behaviour!

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    Since when have men been in the driver's seat? That is an illusion the superior gender uses to keep us from running about willy-nilly.

    Fathers have very little influence on their daughters' behavior; the piercing glares and threats of dismemberment are for the poor lads who want to court our little girls...
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    Not quite as naughty as David's shot, but the spirit is perhaps the same:


    Nikon D3, voigtlander 58 f1.4 @f2 1600 ISO

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    Ha ha... I like that one. What did he say to her?

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    My guess is he is a genuine Slack, and I think he likes her, a lot, and I think he gave her a compliment, like
    "Madam, your braid pleases me", which, on the other hand, was not exactly what Davids Zachary said to his young lady since she didn't have a braid
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    Thanks Jorgen - dunno what he was saying, but it certainly had the desired effect!
    Steen - you're pretty much correct - He certainly is a slack, Chloe is an old friend (rather than anything else) - all good buddies.

    Here are some more:
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    thanks for sharing, Jono
    they are very, very good !
    and very inspiring
    there's something here I need to learn ...
    58mm Nokton, and 50mm Summilux M ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    thanks for sharing, Jono
    they are very, very good !
    and very inspiring
    there's something here I need to learn ...
    58mm Nokton, and 50mm Summilux M ?
    Thanks Steen
    I really like our kitchen table for photography - there's a light in the middle and some spots at the end - works well. I didn't take all of these, the cameras just kind of get passed around (stops people moaning).

    It was a late night - the birds were singing when we got to bed, and Sim isn't feeling too great this morning!

    Kids at home is lethal stuff - they and their friends are such good fun, they do make a bit free of the wine cupboard though! We all stay up 'til really late, then Emma and I get up at 8 with stuff to do, and they appear at midday! (at least this time they HAD done the washing up at 5am!).

    58mm Nokton and 50 Noctilux (although i usually use the zeiss 50 f1.5 sonnar under such circumstances).
    Interesting how well the D3 manages, but the B&W conversion needs to be quite different.

    That Nokton is really a great lens, and I find it easy to focus with it, even in that dim lighting.

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    Weren't you supposed to post number 21??

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Weren't you supposed to post number 21??
    Moi?
    I'm being thick today (the wine came out too early, and it's hot and sunny).

    Please Please explain your cryptic remark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Moi?
    I'm being thick today (the wine came out too early, and it's hot and sunny).

    Please Please explain your cryptic remark.
    in #21 they look most like a couple that is past flirting. Someone managed a good shot of you as well.

    What are you using for your website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    in #21 they look most like a couple that is past flirting. Someone managed a good shot of you as well.

    What are you using for your website?
    LOL - no, just flirting, and I'm not so keen on the shot of me either, but it seemed churlish not to include it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here goes:

    A wolf in sheep's clothing (D3 ISO 200 f6.3 24-70)
    I'd like to think I would see it in my garden a bit more often, but it's just a courtesy car, and it's going back this afternoon.

    I think I see Richard Hammond hiding in the underbrush!

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    Nice Beetle!

    By the way Jono, I always thought you were Dutch or something given the name Jono....I assumed you were just living in the UK. But, having seen your website, I know that you name is Jonathan, so forgive me. Nice pictures by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I think I see Richard Hammond hiding in the underbrush!
    Ah yes - not me I'm afraid, I try and drive a little carefully, and I don't have a black 911 either (EWE or not!).

    This one is mine:


    and this one is Emma's (much more tasteful)


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    Photo of my neice taken with the Hassy 110 f/2 on the Nikon D3. Love this combo.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Photo of my neice taken with the Hassy 110 f/2 on the Nikon D3. Love this combo.
    Beautiful lens........beautiful girl. Like most of my D3 shots could use a bit of sharpening. Good news is the NEF files from the D3 really hold up with sharpening.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Nice shot David . . . Nice Neice too!
    Woody - I quite agree, the D3 files seem to be the most 'resilient' RAW files I've ever had - you can go on and on before they start falling apart.
    Do you still have your D3?

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