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    Stephanie and Hillary

    From a shoot at a friend's studio where we were all taking turns with the models. When I finished shooting my Sinar back, grabbed the D3, cranked the ISO to 6400 and used available light. Man, I love this camera. No post on these...

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    This makes you want to get a D3 or single again. Take your pick. LOL
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    That is why I shoot landscapes
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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    This makes you want to get a D3 or single again. Take your pick. LOL
    You won't manage single Guy, so you better give in to the inevitable and get that D3

    David - lovely shots - I'm surprised every time I look at the files

    Just this guy you know

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    Having been a Nikon shooter for many (yes many) years I am simply amazed at the technology the D3 has brought to the market. Not only is it wonderful but on a scale of 1-10 10 easy. Even thinking back to the F5 and film the D3 makes it all so easy. You can simply focus on the composition and lighting and forget whether the tool will do its job. YMMV


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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    This makes you want to get a D3 or single again. Take your pick. LOL
    The D3 is much cheaper than the other alternative..

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Having been a Nikon shooter for many (yes many) years I am simply amazed at the technology the D3 has brought to the market. Not only is it wonderful but on a scale of 1-10 10 easy. Even thinking back to the F5 and film the D3 makes it all so easy. You can simply focus on the composition and lighting and forget whether the tool will do its job. YMMV
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    I'm with you on this. Fact of the matter is I've never owned a camera that would let me get these shots before. Ambient light too low (for me) to manually focus. My 85 1.4 AF is the blind man's Noct

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    How about single and 35 years younger? I already have the single part it's the 35 years that are the hard part.

    Very nice Dave, but that sure doesn't look like Hillary to me.

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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    I'd vote for THAT Hillary.

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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I'd vote for THAT Hillary.
    You got that right... with the other model as Vice President

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    Here's their election poster... Not with the Nikon this time, but Sinar e75

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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    You got that right... with the other model as Vice President
    Wow. Dream ticket. No hanging chads in that election!

    p.s. Nice shot!

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    David, Thanks for posting the last shot. Very nice. Well done.

    The D3 shots aren't done well, IMHO. Stephanie (Model #1) has a scratch in her arm which shows in both the shots. The folds in the arm pits do not look good.
    Hillary's (Model #2) fingers/hand is out of focus/distracting.

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    What is wrong with me?
    I look at that last shot and find myself lusting over a sinar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    What is wrong with me?
    I look at that last shot and find myself lusting over a sinar
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    Well done

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    I'm trying to be really good here. No comment seems like a good one. LOL
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    Re: Stephanie and Hillary

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Wow. Dream ticket. No hanging chads in that election!

    p.s. Nice shot!
    Picky even if true

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Picky even if true

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