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    Lobster is selling for $13.99/pound here which is historically quite high, but lobstering is all manual labor, quite often in rough weather. Those guys deserve to make a good wage
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    Lovely image, Darr - and a terrific scan!

    Reminds me of Hamlet - fully expect to see his father's ghost appear around the corner.

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    'sea sculpting'

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    Two years ago a male Osprey arrived in Newport and built a sizable nest near two ponds.
    Last year his mate showed up and moved right into his digs, but this guy has bad manners.
    If you look carefully, the male is eating a fish ( pink area near his claw); without sharing.
    His parents did a poor job teaching etiquette
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    surfers, Newport RI
    D500 with 500mm lens with 1.4 extender at f5.6 ISO 400
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    " He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have. " Socrates


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    _DSC4873 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    For sports or wildlife the Nikon D500 set on continuous focus allows amazingly sharp images during sizable bursts of 7 frames/sec even when the object is coming toward the camera.
    These two uncropped images were taken after following the surfers for at least 100 yards with the continuos shooting.
    Hoping to be able to duplicate this ability with the D850 with 46 megapixels
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Back around the first of August I drove the very crappy road out to Alstrom Point and spent a few days. The nice think about this location is I only saw a few people so it was very relaxing.
    Below are a few images I took during my stay.

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    F6, 28/1.4, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

    Wallace by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    F6, 28/1.4, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:
    Just curious, which 28 f1.4 did you use, and at what aperture?
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    I can't remember if I posted these already. I thought I did. From a trip to a local woolen mill that uses 100-year-old machinery to make yarn from local sheep. Wonderful old machinery still going strong.

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    Thanks a lot folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Just curious, which 28 f1.4 did you use, and at what aperture?
    It was my newly acquired AF Nikkor 28/1.4D, and since the film was ASA400 I could only open up to f3.5 before hitting the fastest shutter speed of 1/8000 for most of the film. That one was at f8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    It was my newly acquired AF Nikkor 28/1.4D, and since the film was ASA400 I could only open up to f3.5 before hitting the fastest shutter speed of 1/8000 for most of the film. That one was at f8.
    Thanks for clarifying -- I assumed it was the original and at a smaller aperture as it had that look
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    Was there one before the 28/1.4D? Mine is the one discontinued in 2006. The new one, AF-S 28/1.4E ED, won't work on an F6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Was there one before the 28/1.4D? Mine is the one discontinued in 2006. The new one, AF-S 28/1.4E ED, won't work on an F6.
    No, but there is also the Zeiss 28/1.4, and you didn't specify brand
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    From a trip to a local woolen mill that uses 100-year-old machinery to make yarn from local sheep. Wonderful old machinery still going strong.
    Beautifully captured!
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    Thanks folks

    " If wrinkles must be written upon our brows, let them not be written upon the heart. The spirit should never grow old. "

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    Chamonix 10x8, Nikkor 300mm/f9 @f64 for 30 secs, Galaxy Hyperspeed Paper, ISO100, Ilford Multigrade Developer, Epson V850 scan:




    Best Nikons Ever by chrism229, on Flickr


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    Cool Darlene
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I can't remember if I posted these already. I thought I did. From a trip to a local woolen mill that uses 100-year-old machinery to make yarn from local sheep. Wonderful old machinery still going strong.

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    it's not the 105/1.4E lens I guess, or perhaps?
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    anyone got experience with the 24/2.8 Ais? is it too weak?
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    ..still got the 28TI. Wonderful camera's!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    anyone got experience with the 24/2.8 Ais? is it too weak?
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    Yep. For me it was one of my lenses which didn't make the transition from D700 to D800. However, it could have merely been that my example was weak.
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    anyone got experience with the 24/2.8 Ais? is it too weak?
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    Vanilla, plain. It's sharp enough for the Df but won't have the look you want to match your other glass.

    IMHO, one of the best "look" 24's was my 17-35/2.8 AF-S at 24. In fact, it was the best "look" 17/18, 20/21 and 24 I owned at the time. The extreme edges went little softer than a good prime, but it had laser-sharp central 2/3rds and held much of the special look throughout the zoom range. It's a lens I wish I had never sold. But it was largish and I felt the ART 24 would be better all-around landscape lens and so I sold it to fund the ART 24. Which is a very nice lens, but about the same size and as heavy, and not as versatile without 20 and 17 covered. I now hold hope for the 18 in that range, but haven't had enough time with it to determine.

    FWIW, the ART 24 is a spectacular performer, and has nice character at the open apertures -- similar to, but not exactly like your existing look glass. It is also laser-sharp across the entire field when stopped down, so more of a "two-fer" giving you both character at open apertures and a "laser sharp from here to there" stopped down, so definitely worthy of consideration. Plus, it's priced about the same as Nikon's f1.8 lens and I absolutely think it's a better buy -- if you can deal with the size...

    I recently picked up a 24-70/2.8 AF-S G (non VR) and am also experimenting with it. It would prove a little more versatile than the 17-35 for my needs, especially as a travel lens, but also largish -- but then also a great all-in-one range. It remains to be seen about its character, so stay tuned.
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    Thank you John and Jack.
    Yes, I think I will leave it alone. And perhaps also leave my creditcard in behind locks, while I ought to consider, that I right now have more than enough glass to experiment the rest of my life (and the Fujisystem are feeling lonesome these days)
    I still got the 17-35/D-ED, so you are allowed for full-envy But yes its rather heavy, but I was very satiesfied with the pictures I also posted here, sharpness, colours.
    But right now I just have to live-out my prime-phase. And I think going wide I will just settle down with the 18/2.8D and the wonderful 28/1.4D, and for loose streetshots one could perhaps also consider, in the gap, to use the 20/2.8D too.
    And no, I won't go for more zooms and more weight, at least right now.
    I was shortly considering the 25/2 ZF.2 Zeiss (and also the 21/2 used), while there is 20% discount right now, but no, looking at the pictures, yes its wonderful sharp, but with some too heavy contrasts and colours for my liking, right now.
    And the Sigma 24 ART if its just as heavy and big as the 17-35 (you have to buy it again, Jack ), so no, then just as well the 17-35.
    It could be nice if I could persuade my lazy body to drive to the harbour tomorrow morning, just with the 18/2.8 and the 28/1.4.
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    3 Stitch pano from my old D800E.

    Kongsvannet 1 by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    'inlet'

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    Well, just for Godfrey and other helplesly lost old-school motorbike-enthusiasts...
    From 2009 and just Jpegs while battery was down and didn't wan't to miss them





    Nikon D3 with Nikkor 14-24 at 16mm and 2500iso 1/30(by hand) f2.8
    repetition - Norton Manx 500ccm 1961






    Nikon D3 with Nikkor 14-24 at 14mm and 2500iso 1/40(by hand) f3.2
    Ducati 750SS 1974
    and at the back a Norvin - Vincent HRD 1000ccm engine in a Norton Featherbedframe
    and further at the back a Dresda Triton - a Triumph Bonneville engine in a Norton Featherbedframe




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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Well, just for Godfrey and other helplesly lost old-school motorbike-enthusiasts...
    From 2009 and just Jpegs while battery was down and didn't wan't to miss them




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    Thanks -
    I'm helplessly lost too;
    here's a 1:8th scale white metal model of the last motorcycle I owned (1950 Vincent Rapide).



    I sold the 1:1 in 1967 or '68 for £105
    They now fetch about £50,000 - I console myself with the thought that if I had kept it,
    I probably wouldn't have stayed alive long enough to experience digital photography .
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    What a loss, not as much moneywise I'm thinking - but it was an extreme and special condensation of the utterly extravangance, design and tectnical wise. One of the finest and advanced motorcycles the motorbikeworld has seen.
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    Oooh - is this the motorbike thread? From a few years ago (D800/45PC-E):

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    From a recent drive on California's Hwy 1 near Big Sur at the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.

    Made with a Nikon F2 & Voigtlander 40mm SLII on Kodak Portra 160 film.

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    'island contours' - D810 and the trusty 'ole Zeiss Distagon 21

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    I spent the day yesterday getting "Micro" shots of natural elements with lots of space for text for an ad client. I mostly used my new 105mm 1.4E and my Zeiss 50mm F2 Milvus on my D850. The new focus peaking feature using live view is a complete revelation for manual focus, it allowed me to get the camera inches above the water and nail an otherwise hard to get water abstract. Zeiss 50 F2 Milvus @F2, 1/2500th / ISO 3,200 D850:

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    Wife got me in action trying not to drown a new camera:

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    End of summer in sight.

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    Remnants of Irma Surf

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    ..and while everybody are thinking either on troubles behind Irma or just simply at the D850, why not post an ordinary tourist-picture back from Verona, while there are a little break





    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso 250 1/640 f2.8 through C1pro10win




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    ...but perhaps it could also just be this modest colored facade....






    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso 100 1/1600 f2.8 through C1pro10win




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    ...but then, it could also be this resolute moped lady ready for creating fear at the next traffic-light..





    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso 100 1/640 f2.8 through C1pro10win




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    'traveler' - D810 / Zeiss 135

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    Sometimes I think I should sell the F6 and the Samyang 135mm. Fortunately, it doesn't more than a glimpse at the latest roll that came back from the lab to cancel any bad intentions

    F6 with Samyang 135mm f/2 and Portra 400

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    F6 with 80-200 AF-S and Ektar 100

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    F6 with Samyang 135mm and Portra 400

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    D500, 300mm PF + 1.4TC-eIII
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    Just looked in my closet.
    I was happy back then and now I've been very frustrated with my old Nikon D810 with only 36 mp and old-technology CMOS

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