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    Thanks a lot, Corlan and Matt.

    Corlan, I already use the DK-21M Magnifying Eyepiece (magnifying 1.17x).
    The DK-17M Magnifying Eyepiece (magnifying 1.2x) doesn't fit my D300 body.
    Maybe I should just see it as a convenient excuse for upgrading to a larger and brighter viewfinder FX format camera and at the same time adding the DK-17M Magnifying Eyepiece.
    On the other hand I would prefer to save the money for a 4/400mm VR tele lens for birding. Or a 5.6/400mm VR. I wonder how many more years I will have to wait for one of those.
    Decisions, decisions


    Not exactly a street shot, but just to illustrate what we are talking about



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    Re: Nikon "Street"

    Hey maybe this thread is waking up again. I've always wanted to have something to post on it. Here's a few that qualify for no other reason than they were taken on the street. Not sure they fit the conventional definition otherwise.

    Best,
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    Steen, Tim, great photos gentlemen!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Steen, Tim, great photos gentlemen!!
    Love Em All!!!

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    Re: Nikon "Street"

    Thanks gents!

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    JT, Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    JT, Awesome!
    Wow. I'll say!

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    Steen, it was your zf50 on a F3HP that got me here. I'll be joining you with the F3HP early next year. Love film, love Nikon ...and am nutz (NUTZ) about street.

    I started around Dec09 (D90) after an accident and am now at 45days over the two years. Was a day a month then a fortnight and now I can do (and I do) 10hour days of constant walking ...I'll increase my days next year and have energy like a horse at the gate (that might be an apology).

    I'll start with my trophy pic and then it can all be downhill after that (grin).

    April 7th 2011, my eldest son's birthday and I had taken my bicycle into the city to extend my range beyond the trams. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw him and raced ahead, leaping off my bike like a marine out of a chopper. I had my back to him and had to unpack from my backpack and stood as I saw his shoes. Was the craziest sunset, blazing orange and I had been playing in it for 3days.


    D700 zf21/2.8



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    Flat out stunning image, Ant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Flat out stunning image, Ant.
    Ant: +2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Ant: +2!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Plus a million. Fantastic photo

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    "Ant": A really, really outstanding picture - congratulation on that one!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Wow, Mr. Ant, I have totally missed that trophy picture of yours.
    As Lloyd, Matt, Jorgen and Hermann have already said it's absolutely wonderful.
    Priceless. I wonder what that man does for a living.
    Undertaker ?
    Spy ?
    Or ... ?



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    Nikon "Street"



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    Re: Nikon "Street"

    Excellent

    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post

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    hey, thanks a lot, Jorgen

    here's a couple more from the same cruise in the streets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Excellent
    Plus one from me on all of these, Steen.

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    Hey Steen.
    I got the f3HP as a loaner and really tried but hated it. Everything is locked and the exposure meter in the vf ...well I dont have to say what I thought of that, do I?

    Horrible little grip that made my hand ache, and the viewfinder was undeserving of the praise its heaped. I tried the n8008s(F801s) and much preferred it but found it hard to refuse an unused F100 still in its box ...is on its way to me now. I've had an F5 before and dont want another, the f100 is spot on so I'll be sure to carry it everywhere.

    The F100 won me over with its custom features and in particular the EV-lock on the shutter and the ev+/- on the command dial. I often shoot in M but like to use the metering in A to pick my middle.

    Ant.
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    some recent pics (and hopefully soon some film pics) ...

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    Hi Ant

    Love those mirrored shots, the woman looks very determined

    Congrats on your coming F100, that is of course a far bigger and more modern and more advanced camera than my 30 years old F3 with its electronic shutter as the only automation (aperture priority),
    I just happen to like the compact size and the simplicity of the old F3, maybe partly a nostalgia thing, I am an old dog myself you know.

    Your F100 is more like a mini F6 or pre F6, it doesn't get better or more advanced than that.

    By the way, on the F3 the shutter information should be displayed via an internal liquid crystal display inside the viewfinder and should be easy to read,
    while the aperture information is displayed mechanically through a window at the top center of the viewfinder where a micro-prism reads small f-numbers printed behind the normal aperture numbers on the AI or AI-S lenses,
    and I agree this is a bit more dim to read but it works ok for me.

    Looking forward to see some F100 work from your hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post

    Plus one from me on all of these, Steen.

    thank you for the kind words, Lloyd

    here's a 'wide open shot'


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    Nikon "Street" demonstration


    I bumped into this demonstration in the streets of London and found myself a PJ ...


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    Big David and ditto Ben


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    The young approach: "ONE SOLUTION - REVOLUTION"


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    The demonstration seemed to be about a bit of everything ...


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    "Is that what I am marching for, am I at the right place ... "


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    "Mission accomplished"


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    Ha, I have a couple from that demonstration! Was ostensibly an anti-austerity demonstration.



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    Quote Originally Posted by oneANT View Post
    Steen, it was your zf50 on a F3HP that got me here. I'll be joining you with the F3HP early next year. Love film, love Nikon ...and am nutz (NUTZ) about street.

    I started around Dec09 (D90) after an accident and am now at 45days over the two years. Was a day a month then a fortnight and now I can do (and I do) 10hour days of constant walking ...I'll increase my days next year and have energy like a horse at the gate (that might be an apology).

    I'll start with my trophy pic and then it can all be downhill after that (grin).

    April 7th 2011, my eldest son's birthday and I had taken my bicycle into the city to extend my range beyond the trams. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw him and raced ahead, leaping off my bike like a marine out of a chopper. I had my back to him and had to unpack from my backpack and stood as I saw his shoes. Was the craziest sunset, blazing orange and I had been playing in it for 3days.


    D700 zf21/2.8



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    One of the best candid portrait /street shots I have seen in years - could have been Collins St 1950's..

    well done dude.

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    During a recent trip to London I ran across the yearly Caribbean Carnival in Notting Hill, a nice opportunity for some colorful, continuous 3D-tracking .-)



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    © • Nikon D300 • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/50mm G • 1/3500 sec. at f/3.5 ISO 200 • Lightroom 4.4
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    Thank you gents, you encourage me to post a few more



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    Looks like nothing beats keeping Facebook, Twitter, etc. updated, not even Calypso music ...
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    and apparently nothing beats a cold Coca Cola



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    Outstanding thread!

    Nikon V1; 18.5mm (@50mm equiv); ISO 100; F5.6; 1/400; NIK Silver EFEX; Aperture.

    First photo post, sorry if mistakes.

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    great first photo post, James

    adds nicely to the striking diversity of the 'street' (public space)
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    a day on the beach

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    Got back to the Nikon fold! first street shots with the 800E

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    From a political gathering where some local politicians met the crowd in the street at night.
    D610 at ISO 6400 and AF-S Nikkor 1.8/85mm wide open, going Black&White instead of using noise reduction.
    (The first two images have already been shown in the specific D610 thread).


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    Urban climbers

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    Street vendor.

    Inle Lake area, Myanmar.
    Nikon 70-200mm at 200mm, 1/[email protected]

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    Re: Nikon "Street"

    Just a side observation, and something I've always been curious about whenever I evaluate street imagery: Why is it that in most cases detailing activities of life, mono just works better for me than color, yet I of course prefer and enjoy color when the image itself is about color (as in the one immediately above)? I'll pick on Steen here -- actually compliment him! -- for his in my view "very appropriate" use of each in his mono post 293 and color series post 283/284 above this one.
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    I get your point, Jack, and I agree.
    In street shots there is ideally something going on, something is happening, a moment that contains some sort of a history in itself.
    And in that context colors can sometimes be not only completely irrelevant but even distracting and stealing the mental focus from the condensed moment or the state or the activity.

    Btw. I have become a big fan of your recent NXD prescription for Black&White processing:
    Capture NXD >> Picture Control = Monochrome >> Toning = Sepia >> Toning Saturation =1
    Thank you for your hint about that adjustment, it works really well in NXD
    I actually may go back and see if some of the above color images may gain some strength by being processed in black-and-white with that NXD prescription.

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