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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
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    Here are a few glimpses I've caught with D700 and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8:





    Wonderful,Spiritual,Well Shot Osman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Just to show, once again, that a Leica is in no way needed to make blurry, out of focus images

    S5 with 105mm f/1.8

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    More from Singapore.

    S5 with Tamron 24-135 @ 34mm, f/8 and 2.8s



    S5 with 105mm f/1.8

    Excellent Shooting Jorgen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More from Singapore.

    S5 with Tamron 24-135 @ 34mm, f/8 and 2.8s

    S5 with 105mm f/1.8
    Nice shots both, Jorgen. That second one is a very intriguing structure.

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    Thank you, Steve, much appreciated.

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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    Couple of shots with the new glass...





    D700, 85G 1.4

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    Steve, both are very good! So this is the new 85/1.4?

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    Steve, both are very good! So this is the new 85/1.4?
    Thanks Osman. Haven't put it through it's true test yet. I'll do some night shot's soon & see if she shines!

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    Steve, looks like you beat matt to the finish line on this new jewel!
    First shots look great, no question you'll have a lot of fun with it and let us behold some more S'magic! Kepp em coming!

    Question: did you "Velvia'd" the color shot above in PP? Looks pretty intense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post

    Question: did you "Velvia'd" the color shot above in PP? Looks pretty intense.
    Yes i did C. Just dont tell Matt...Shhh! Thanks!

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    Sure thing Steve. I'm a tomb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Couple of shots with the new glass...

    D700, 85G 1.4
    Hey! Kewl beans, bro. Looking forward to more from this one.

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    Hey! Kewl beans, bro. Looking forward to more from this one.
    Thanks Lloyd!

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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    Osman,

    what does the sign say? I'm afraid Turkish is Greek to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Osman,

    what does the sign say? I'm afraid Turkish is Greek to me...

    Carlos
    Carlos, it says "Please do not stand in the fountain or step on the marble".
    Regards,
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    Re: The New and Improved Fun with Nikon Images!

    Reprocessed some shots of mine two years back. It was from a tour called "Land of the Phrygians".

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8

    Entrance to the amphitheater



    Abandoned village house



    The road to the amphitheater



    The amphitheater seats, dislodged by centuries and earthquakes:


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    [QUOTE=otumay;245514]Reprocessed some shots of mine two years back. It was from a tour called "Land of the Phrygians".

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8

    Entrance to the amphitheater



    Love this Osman! Brings you right into the "Long & Winding Road"! Excellent!

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    Yes, doesn't it? Thanks to you and Mr. G.Harrison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    There really was a sense of sincere sadness in their eyes. Thanks Matt!
    Steve: Yeah, I didn't want to see that in their eyes. Although given the state of their natural habitat; zoos may be a safe haven.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Just to show, once again, that a Leica is in no way needed to make blurry, out of focus images
    S5 with 105mm f/1.8
    Jorgen: Nicely controlled blur! Excellent capture. Could you do it with a Holga?

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    I realized I haven't contributed to this thread for some time. Admiring the wonderful shots posted here, one may get lazy

    Last year, a beautiful mosque was inaugurated in Istanbul. Shakirin (meaning thankful) Mosque is the first mosque who was co-designed by a lady. Although it is a radically modern design, many important Islamic, Seljuk and Ottoman elements have been incorporated. It is difficult to describe in words the overwhelming sense of elation, especially when standing at the inner courtyard.
    Here are a few glimpses I've caught with D700 and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8:
    Osman: Beautiful photos. I researched the mosque a little. Interesting story and building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Excellent Shooting Jorgen!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice shots both, Jorgen. That second one is a very intriguing structure.
    Jorgen: +1, +1. I, too, like the construction photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Couple of shots with the new glass...

    D700, 85G 1.4
    Steve: Congratulations. You always get the new Nikon glass first! These look terrific.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve, looks like you beat matt to the finish line on this new jewel!
    First shots look great, no question you'll have a lot of fun with it and let us behold some more S'magic! Kepp em coming!

    Question: did you "Velvia'd" the color shot above in PP? Looks pretty intense.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Yes i did C. Just dont tell Matt...Shhh! Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Sure thing Steve. I'm a tomb.
    Steve/Corlan: I figured it out! They didn't have one at my LCS last Sat. Put my name on the list. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Jorgen: Nicely controlled blur! Excellent capture. Could you do it with a Holga?
    Interesting question. I have considered buying one. There is actually a guy in Bangkok shooting motorsports with a Holga and an old Spotmatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Reprocessed some shots of mine two years back. It was from a tour called "Land of the Phrygians".

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8

    Entrance to the amphitheater



    Love this Osman! Brings you right into the "Long & Winding Road"! Excellent!
    Osman: +1, I was about to say that this one was outstanding! The road and the ruin are a very evocative combination. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Interesting question. I have considered buying one. There is actually a guy in Bangkok shooting motorsports with a Holga and an old Spotmatic
    "It's the carpenter, not the tools". I expect, your photos would be excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman: +1, I was about to say that this one was outstanding! The road and the ruin are a very evocative combination. Cheers, Matt.
    +5... excellent shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Reprocessed some shots of mine two years back. It was from a tour called "Land of the Phrygians".

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm and Nikkor 24-70mm/2.8

    Entrance to the amphitheater



    The road to the amphitheater


    Osman, I have no idea how I missed these. Wonderful images, and ripe with history... the stones do know, and they speak to us, as our friend, Rayyan, has said.

    I hate to single any out, they are all great, but these two are special. I love the wonderful quality of the light in the first, and the second is wow, what a composition. Really nice work.

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    Matt, Jørgen and Lloyd: Thank you for your appreciation and nice comments. They are very motivating.

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    Looks quite good, Osman.
    Like the whole set, still like our friends the b&w with the strong composition (including the nice touch with the lone tree on the far left) is an instant favorite.

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    Oh man, I can't wait to hear your thoughts on the 85 1.4G. I'm toyed with ditching the 105DC for this lens. It's going to need to be pretty exceptional for me to make that move.

    Here's a quick one from a wedding I shot a couple weeks ago...

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    Having some fun at a bike race





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    Jason: Nice wedding shot. Love the bike racing pix. I'm with you on the 105VR. I love my 85/1.4 (old version), but truth is on full frame I tend to use the 105 more, so for me to spend the $$ the new one will have to be pretty special.

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    Good things can happen when you forget to change the WB from shooting a wedding the night before... Just added Graduated Filter in Efx and a touch of sharpening.



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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Congratulations. You always get the new Nikon glass first! These look terrific.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Having some fun at a bike race





    Real Nice Jason!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Good things can happen when you forget to change the WB from shooting a wedding the night before... Just added Graduated Filter in Efx and a touch of sharpening.



    D700 Zeiss 21 1/160th, F16, ISO 100
    Pretty Grab!

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    OK.. more overcooked PP. This was the "Polaroid Transfer" in EFX. Still fun...



    OK.. back to the serious work now... hmph.
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    Steve... what's the minimum focus dist on that new one? I'm looking at a macro lens this afternoon.. kill two birds w/ one hugely priced stone? :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    OK.. more overcooked PP. This was the "Polaroid Transfer" in EFX. Still fun...



    OK.. back to the serious work now... hmph.
    This as the prior... oh yeah.

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    Thank you very much, Corlan.

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    Jason, the wedding shot on the lake's cool

    Like the second bike photo, too, and the last "a-tad-overprocessed" image. This used to be a pier?

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    After the rain... the puffing cloud.





    (yea i know -slow day )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    After the rain... the puffing cloud.





    (yea i know -slow day )
    Insanely Creative & Gorgeous Piece Of Art!!!

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    Insanely Creative & Gorgeous Piece Of Art!!!
    +1 from here.

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    Corlan, I think it did used to be a pier.

    Great shot yourself. I love how sometimes you look up and think... "that's cool" *click*
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    Thnaks Lloyd, Jason, and Steve for the enthusiasm.
    Original is 6*3.5 MP, so i guess i could print it BIG for the rainy days


    P.S. Jason- the pier sure did see some action

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    More from Phrygia; Zeus Temple at Aizanoi, Kutahya.

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm





    Ancient Roman bridge, still in use:


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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    More from Phrygia; Zeus Temple at Aizanoi, Kutahya.

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm


    Osman, Wonderful,Historical Set! This image stands out to me for its lines ,tone,composition & slight coloring! Excellent job My Friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Osman, Wonderful,Historical Set! This image stands out to me for its lines ,tone,composition & slight coloring! Excellent job My Friend!
    Steve, thank you my friend, I'm honored!

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    Nice set again, Osman.
    The second temple shot is excellent (maybe except the electric pole but that could be easily taken care of for a print).

    The B&W does stand out, looing very lively with all the fine details -and the barely noticeable touch of color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    More from Phrygia; Zeus Temple at Aizanoi, Kutahya.

    D300 with Sigma 12-24mm

    Ancient Roman bridge, still in use:
    Great photos, and very intriguing structures. I was prompted by these images to do some reading bout Phrygia. Fascinating.

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