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    [IMG]Sunrise at Calico Rock on the White River in Arkansas by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Springtime sunset Calico Rock, D810 White River Arkansas

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    Hanley Ramirez, 1st baseman of the Boston Red Sox, loading up his power swing
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    A few from a recent trip to Denmark.
    All with the D850
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    It's over no winter! soon Images of spring

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    and always hand held
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    D700 went in air for the first time (hard to fly and shoot) -







    ...and into the garden. Everything is growing well





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    Fun with Nikon Images, true.
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    Fun with Nikon Images, true.
    I must try this once (the exercise, not the photograph )

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    Same model, New Jersey, highest recommendation, I rarely pay for models but she's worth it.
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    work is simply squeezing my brain to plain pain, so, just....Spøttrup II






    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30VC at 15mm iso800 1/15 f8 through C1pro11win






    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30VC at 15mm iso5600 1/8(by hand) f5.6 through C1pro11win






    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30VC at 15mm iso160 1/8(by hand) f5.6 through C1pro11win






    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30VC at 15mm iso500 1/125 f9 through C1pro11win
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    Spring has come to Scotland!
    Just a standard 50 1.8 on the D600

    Tulips by Ken, on Flickr
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    Driving on a country road here in Rhode Island and pulled over to photograph this empty corral.
    Just liked the leading line on the right and the boundaries set up by the fence
    I did focus stack
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    D610 with 300mm AF @ f/5.6


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    Salt, anyone?
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    I make friends easily...well with most people and most of the time.



    No kidding!!


    Df, but the cam does not matter. I found out it was me and them. The same. The world over...hmm, let me correct that
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    Thanks guys

    Father and son. The son was reluctant!


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    Did I mention that I love SE Asia? There are many reasons. Foremost amongst them..the people.


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    I kind of like an 11mm

    _DSC0047 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Thanks a lot friends..

    I read recently somewhere that people pay others to take their photographs. Strange and an alien thought to me.
    To my way of thinking, I am doing a service, I am the one who should be paid!

    I never pay women or anyone else to have their photographs taken by me. I do a service to them, and they can repay me paying in kind. Service.
    Like the following example posted before. I took a bunch load of images for her portfolio. I sent it to her. wow!!


    But then again, like I said..I make friends easily.. Anywhere. Some people sure seem to be lonely!
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    No I lied, a little in the thread above.

    I have and continue to pay, through my teeth, for one woman to ' model ' for me.


    And all I get for my service, is a ' piss off '.

    But life goes on.
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    Overcast here today; haven't seen the sun for quite a long time.
    But liked the available light for this image!

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    [IMG]Early morning view of Pinnacle mountain and valley by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Multishot horizontal pano, Nikon D810. Stitched in LR. Early morning shot overlooking Pinnacle Mountain and Maumelle Pinnacles

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    Me at the Tasman Valley
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    Frightened by the sound of my shutter, this bird is leaving the scene
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    With thanks to my friends from the Arctic North and surrounds
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    [IMG]Sunset over Cameron Bluff on Mt Magazine, Arkansas by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Older shot from 2012, but still like the clouds. Taken with a Nikon D800 and 14-24 lens. Summit of Mt. Magazine, Arkansas USA after an ice storm. Caught the sun just as it broke out of the clouds. It was this shot, and few others from this trip where I realized just how much DR range the D800 had, as this is a single exposure. Wind was blowing 20 to 25mph and about 20 degrees F. Only was able to stand there and take a few shots.

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    Thanks guys...

    From the cold Arctic waters to the hot sand of my country...

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    Thanks Steen

    The thing I miss the most when I travel is my breakfast...


    In foreign lands, I make do with cornflakes, some cheese, bread, and fruit. I do not eat vegetables or meat when abroad, nor ice drinks. Fresh fish, grilled in front of me, with a bit of salt, pepper and lemon.
    I carry my own tea
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    Ida Lewis Yacht Club pier in fog
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Steen

    The thing I miss the most when I travel is my breakfast...


    In foreign lands, I make do with cornflakes, some cheese, bread, and fruit. I do not eat vegetables or meat when abroad, nor ice drinks. Fresh fish, grilled in front of me, with a bit of salt, pepper and lemon.
    I carry my own tea
    I keep looking for excuses to go to the Middle East to enjoy your excellent food, Rayyan, particularly the breakfasts. Unfortunately, the good excuses don't appear often enough.

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    You are most welcome Jorgen.
    Make a visit to the GCC and we can have some wonderful food. My treat.

    Best.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I keep looking for excuses to go to the Middle East to enjoy your excellent food, Rayyan, particularly the breakfasts. Unfortunately, the good excuses don't appear often enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    You are most welcome Jorgen.
    Make a visit to the GCC and we can have some wonderful food. My treat.

    Best.
    Thank you, Rayyan. I'll keep you posted. Oman would be the most likely place, but if it will be this or another year is in the blue. It depends on the fishing industry, since that is where my day job is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Steen

    The thing I miss the most when I travel is my breakfast...


    In foreign lands, I make do with cornflakes, some cheese, bread, and fruit. I do not eat vegetables or meat when abroad, nor ice drinks. Fresh fish, grilled in front of me, with a bit of salt, pepper and lemon.
    I carry my own tea
    Hi Rayyan, I'm in Portugal at the moment and feel that even though I consider breakfast the most important meal, what the Portuguese consider a normal breakfast will not even sustain me for two hours! I will accept your breakfast anytime, however. Thanks.
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    Hi John.

    Hope you have a lovely holiday with a safe stay and return.

    Anytime you are in my region, it shall be our pleasure to invite you not only for breakfast; but to all meals. Give you a taste of Middle Eastern foods.

    This sir, is an open invitation.

    Take care.

    Folks, any of you passing by are more than welcome into my humble abode.
    And thanks for the ‘ likes ‘.

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    Hi Rayyan, I'm in Portugal at the moment and feel that even though I consider breakfast the most important meal, what the Portuguese consider a normal breakfast will not even sustain me for two hours! I will accept your breakfast anytime, however. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Steen

    The thing I miss the most when I travel is my breakfast...


    In foreign lands, I make do with cornflakes, some cheese, bread, and fruit. I do not eat vegetables or meat when abroad, nor ice drinks. Fresh fish, grilled in front of me, with a bit of salt, pepper and lemon.
    I carry my own tea
    And I thought you carry your own Kamera and Kaffee

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    Arles again (I think ...)
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    I do sir. I do. It is the utensils and the cinnamon and such that get left behind


    Different camera setups require different drinks to accompany them. No?

    Take care.


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    And I thought you carry your own Kamera and Kaffee
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    Thanks guys

    Incorrect camera settings on my part.


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    Continuing with food...

    Culross. Coffee, scone and F4 by Ken, on Flickr
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    Fuji-San. From our hotel balcony.


    D70s. Remember that one?
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    Fuji-San. From our hotel balcony.

    D70s. Remember that one?
    I do. The first DSLR I bought was a D70.
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    Pano of Porto. D810, Zeiss 50 Makro.
    My Portugal images are up on my website: Zenfolio | john brewton photography
    For those who are interested. These images are not much more than postcard shots and are meant more as a travelogue than anything else. I will be adding a few more as the days pass and will probably keep the folder open for a month or two.
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    Finally got to use the Aquatech Nikon housing that I bought during their Winter sale. Lake Ontario warmed up to 41/5 degrees and now, a few hours later I think I can feel my balls dropping.

    I learned that I really can't concentrate at this level and it simply became a spray and pray session but still fun. Also this was as clear as Lake Ontario water will get (easy to see the bottom) but relative to the "nice" underwater photos I've studied, the water was silted up and filthy. Finally, I'm using a Nikon 35/1.8g and the seven bladed aperture does no favors.

    Thinking it'll be better in rushing streams and August in the Finger Lakes, or if I get a chance to head South to the Caribbean. I can also use it with waders and boots in the cold shallow water, do wave studies and such. But I have a new found respect for photographers like Damon Loble who use even more complex rigs in open ocean with models.

    I have the base model which really only allows control of the AF-on and shutter release, this seems fine for most situations so long as you can show down and actually look through the finder. However you can not review your photos, adjust compensation, or lock focus. I just learned I really need to do that in order to use this in any professional sense, otherwise I'm just guessing and enjoying the Lomo-like results. If you have time and a steady situation you can of course pop it open to access the camera to review above water but the more cycles you do, the greater the odds of getting sloppy. It's easy to use and maintain but I can see how you might flood it by accident with one tiny oversight.

    How people handle these beastly housing in the big surf is beyond me, they must be awesome water people. It's not casual at all.

    Might just use it for the Summer and sell it if I don't shoot something awesome. If I make progress and like the results then I'll probably want to get the back plate with full camera controls and perhaps a couple of different ports so I can use different lenses. They make one for the Nikon 300/4PF that would be awesome.
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    More shots. It was too cold to think so I just guessed and mashed the shutter, hoping to get something....
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    It looked very pretty from up above...


    I went down. Slowly...

    The beauty lay amongst its people...


    Life. Different cultures. Different customs. Same Planet.

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