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    Steve: Nice ones. I like the framing on the last. Cheers.

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    There must be a kid somewhere? Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Yes Corlan I Married One! Thanks!!
    Good choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Nice ones. I like the framing on the last. Cheers.


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    Thanks Matt.
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    Good choice!
    You Also My Friend!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    There must be a kid somewhere? Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Matt, there's so many ways you could interpret this photo!
    The IQ of that combo is Strong! The reflection in the window with the hose going into his pocket & the coiled up rest of it behind him is...well im not going there! It's time for my medication.... ! Very Cool Photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks Matt.

    You Also My Friend!


    Matt, there's so many ways you could interpret this photo!
    The IQ of that combo is Strong! The reflection in the window with the hose going into his pocket & the coiled up rest of it behind him is...well im not going there! It's time for my medication.... ! Very Cool Photo!
    Steve: Thanks. The hose is serendipitous. He's standing in front of Beecher's Cheese. I think that's the hose for cleaning out the tanks. I have no idea what it's doing in his pocket and i've already had my meds. Cheers,

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    Pushin' Tin



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    Jason, nice movement & contrast! Cool shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jason, nice movement & contrast! Cool shot!
    Yup, what he said.

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    Thanks... the movement is me driving my car! I saw him coming and sure enough, light my way turns green. So a manual focus, manual transmission = a lot of moving object

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Thanks... the movement is me driving my car! I saw him coming and sure enough, light my way turns green. So a manual focus, manual transmission = a lot of moving object
    Dude! Were you texting at the same time?!? Eyes on the road, hands on the wheel, seatbelt securely fastened!

    (That's what I call Multitasking.)

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    "Little Girl in Pink Coat"

    Jason: Nice capture.

    This one's more recent then the bears. Besides, I haven't seen them on a "street". Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Matt....,Quoting Sinatra...."AAAAAAAAA Numberrrrrrr 11111111"! Man, Outrageous IQ & PP! Im flying out to Seattle for lessons! Bravo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt....,Quoting Sinatra...."AAAAAAAAA Numberrrrrrr 11111111"! Man, Outrageous IQ & PP! Im flying out to Seattle for lessons! Bravo!!
    Holy cats! Yes, what he said. +1, big time.

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    Steve/Lloyd: Au contraire mon frere (my daughter ordered a bunch of French books yesterday, so I'm having a French moment). I've learned a lot and am continuing to learn from you guys. Today's an M9/Noct day, as long as I can keep it dry. See you later online. Cheers.

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    Re: "Little Girl in Pink Coat"

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jason: Nice capture.

    This one's more recent then the bears. Besides, I haven't seen them on a "street". Thanks for looking. Cheers.
    This is very good

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    This is very good
    Jorgen: Thanks. Cheers,

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    Scott: Very nice. I especially like the second with the birds. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Steve,

    Beautiful photograph. Entering stage right and the man sitting in the back. Nicely layered and composed image. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Technically it's an alley, not a street. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve,

    Beautiful photograph. Entering stage right and the man sitting in the back. Nicely layered and composed image. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Thanks Matt. Love this shot! Reminds of Europe! The color. The framing of the stairs. The women! Excellent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks Matt. Love this shot! Reminds of Europe! The color. The framing of the stairs. The women! Excellent!!!
    Steve: Thanks. It does look a little European doesn't it. Right up the stairs is the the fish market with the flying salmon. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thanks. It does look a little European doesn't it. Right up the stairs is the the fish market with the flying salmon. Cheers.

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    Matt, the farthest west i've been is Az. Id love to make it to your beautiful state! Some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt. Love this shot! Reminds of Europe! The color. The framing of the stairs. The women! Excellent!!!
    ... and the moon

    +1

    Btw. I put quotation marks around "Street" because at the time there was an ongoing discussion about "street" meaning all kinds of public places ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thanks Matt. Love this shot! Reminds of Europe! The color. The framing of the stairs. The women! Excellent!!!
    I definitely agree. +1

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    Steve/Steen/Lloyd: Thanks. I agree Steen, "Street" is any public place. The moon was oddly low in the alley!

    Steve: Well Arizona's almost far enough West. Just need to go North a bit.

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    Steen, Excellent Street! Love The Expression On Her Face In # 2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Steen, Excellent Street! Love The Expression On Her Face In # 2!
    Steen: +1. Nice captures. Great color and light. Love #2, too. Cheers, Matt

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    Thank you Steve and Matt.

    Croatian everyday life

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Thank you Steve and Matt.

    Croatian everyday life
    Impressive images, Steen. Amazing color, really jumps off the screen.

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    Impressive images, Steen. Amazing color, really jumps off the screen.
    Steen: +1. Do you think that fisherman gets enough sun? Cheers, Matt.

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    Great Set Steen!

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    Great work!! I now want the 85 1.4 ;(

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    Thank you Lloyd, Matt, Steve and Caps.

    Caps, be aware that with my D300 and my aging eyes it isn't all that easy to focus a fast 85mm optic wide open.
    Some say that even with the better FX viewfinders it is still difficult to nail focus with the manual focus 85mm wide open or close to wide open.
    I still hope for a new autofocus AF-S Nikon 85mm VR (and a magic one, please) to be released soon ...

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    From the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    From the market
    Wow! Steen, these are simply stellar. There is clarity and subtlety to the light that really impresses, and which I think is only really appreciated by seeing the large size of the images. Great set.

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    Thank you, sir

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    Steen, I agree with Lloyd. Captivating set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    From the market


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    Nikon D300 Carl Zeiss Planar 1.4/85 ZF 1/500 sec. at f/2.8 ISO 200 Capture NX [/SIZE][/COLOR][/center]
    Steen: These are really great. The color's exceptional. Nicely seen and composed. Cheers, Matt

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    Re: Nikon "Street"

    Also lots of thanks to you, Osman and Matt
    Found one more

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve/Steen/Lloyd: Thanks. I agree Steen, "Street" is any public place. The moon was oddly low in the alley!

    Steve: Well Arizona's almost far enough West. Just need to go North a bit.

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    You work reminds of Henri Cartier-Bresso. I am thinking of getting the 85mm 1.4 AF Nikon.I use FX cameras now after 40 years of 4x5 and some medium format film cameras. I still have a lot to learn in my old days in regards to post processing etc. Again, great work !!!

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    Btw. is Nikon planning on a VR version of the 85mm 1.4?

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    That's what the rumors say. Even Thom Hogan says so at bythom.com

    At this link go to Apr 19: "Like More, Like Less", and read on for quite a bit, then you will find this sentence (you may search for the string "very, very soon now"):

    "(the 85mm f/1.4D needs to be an 85mm f/1.4G VR AF-S, but that's coming very, very soon now)."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Also lots of thanks to you, Osman and Matt
    Found one more

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    Another winner Steen, and I'm impressed with the balance in the exposure. One would expect that lightbulb to be a hot spot here, but it seems to be in perfect balance with the rest of the image. Well done.

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    Cool market shots Steen. Like the way you focused some on the produce more than on people like with the garlic.
    (hopefully it's not a random output of the aging eyes along with the small VF... )

    Jokes aside, i concur with Lloyd about the last one. Exposure balance is impressive, and again you get those smooth details and colors everywhere in the photo. Quite nice.

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    Thank you, Lloyd and Corlan !

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Cool market shots Steen. Like the way you focused some on the produce more than on people like with the garlic.
    (hopefully it's not a random output of the aging eyes along with the small VF... ) (...)
    Sorry Corlan, I'm afraid that is exactly the case I simply didn't nail it. And my eyes are getting worse every year.
    That shot was even not wide open but at an aperture of 2.8.
    So I'm really looking forward to the coming Nikon 85mm f/1.4G VR AF-S, likely to be released in a not too distant future.
    And please let it be a super high-end magic woodoo mojo optic, not just an average ok lens manufactured at the cheapest factory.
    The problem is that so far the 85 ZF is my favorite lens, and I do not want to part with it ...

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    On the other hand for this kind of shooting the combination of ZF + the smaller, dimmer VF of the D300 sure doesn't help. On the D700 i found the DK-17 to be an interesting crutch when it comes to quick MF. Maybe you had a chance to try it out?

    Hopefully you nailed what the new 85 1.4 will be about. A top quality lens and not a lousy piece of plastic. I don't hold my breath too much though, if the pricing's in line with the recent 24mm's. Hopefully again, it'll be more in line with the 105Vr (or the 50/1.4G). Guess we could live with this kind of IQ, either on DX or FX indifferently, which represent probably the best value (and not far from the best IQ overall) one could hope for. Would love that.


    P.S. i still like the "garlic shot", on purpose or not


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another winner Steen, and I'm impressed with the balance in the exposure. One would expect that lightbulb to be a hot spot here, but it seems to be in perfect balance with the rest of the image. Well done.
    Steen: +1. Very nice capture. Cheers, Matt.

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