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    My backyard. D850. Zeiss ZF.2 28mm

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    I don't normally like highly manipulated photos, but this has a Van Gogh flow to it that I find very appealing. Love the colors. Nicely done!

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    Just back from Italy, I think the audience here likes this sort of stuff.... only 600 more to edit.

    Rather jolting to fly through Newark on the way home, talk about a culture shock.
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    Celebrating Facebook's collapse today!
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    Dump FB stock!
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    Hello everybody!

    I've been visiting this forum for a number of years - great posts, even greater photos.
    I spent a good number of years on a different photography forum, but decided a few months ago to switch to GetDPI, and I am finally here - this is my first post.

    I am a Nikon shooter, with a D810, a Df and a Nikon 1 J5, plus a number of Nikon lenses and one Voigtländer

    Here is a J5 photo, let's see if I manage to post pictures here:



    Nikon 1 J5, 70-300mm CX @ 264mm (713mm equiv.), 1/200, f/5.6, ISO 160
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Marcus View Post
    Hello everybody!

    I've been visiting this forum for a number of years - great posts, even greater photos.
    I spent a good number of years on a different photography forum, but decided a few months ago to switch to GetDPI, and I am finally here - this is my first post.

    I am a Nikon shooter, with a D810, a Df and a Nikon 1 J5, plus a number of Nikon lenses and one Voigtländer

    Here is a J5 photo, let's see if I manage to post pictures here:



    Nikon 1 J5, 70-300mm CX @ 264mm (713mm equiv.), 1/200, f/5.6, ISO 160
    Welcome to the forum and GREAT first post!!!
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    "Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence."
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    'boiling point'
    D850 / Zeiss Milvus 25

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    Thank you all for the likes!

    About that Voigtländer...

    For a long time I wanted to add the 58mm f/1.4 SLII to my lens collection as a "character" lens.
    When Cosina redesigned its exterior to match the old Nikkor style I finally did it.
    It is now permanently mounted on my Df, but before that I tried it on the D810.
    Wide open and close to the subject it has a "dreamy" look:



    Nikon D810, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S, 1/2000, f/1.4, ISO 64
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    Not much to see in Italy, boring place.
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    So glad to be home to Wonder bread and peanut butter, the Italian food was horrible.
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    Like many others, I got into the Nikon 1 system for the 70-300mm CX, which provided an FX-equivalent reach of 810mm in a small, light and comparatively cheap package.
    Most of the times I've used this lens at, or close to the long end. But I've recently discovered that the short end is very good and useful as well.



    Nikon 1 J5, 70-300mm CX @ 70mm (189mm equiv.), 1/200, f/4.5, ISO 160
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    At the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia:



    Nikon D810, AF-S Nikkor 24mm f/1.8G, 1/100, f/5.6, ISO 64
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    Still editing but I did some fun photos with Larissa in the pea soup water. Even though I can't get a clear decent shot under water I guess I'm keeping the Aquatech Nikon housing for stuff like this and if I ever get South to the tropics. (I've also dinged it up a bit - it's mostly Plexiglass that scratches easily - so I killed off the resale value.) In the end it's probably a purchase I regret but by sticking with it and actually forcing myself to use I may eventually get some nice photos. It's the base model that forces you to use auto controls (or lack of control) so you do tend to overshoot, I still have to edit 800 water shots so there may well be some real winners buried in there. (Dry land I'd have done 150 maybe in the same session.)

    Editing is funny, I like pictures across a huge range of color temperatures and hues, they could be really cold and green or warm and pink. Or cold and magenta, warm and green. They all look good!

    This sounds really kinky and it still may be but I ordered some latex outfits from the Ukraine. They're body conforming but still, in the end, modest as nothing "shows" so you can get interesting photos without nudity. So you can be edgy without being problematic and troublesome ;-p This dress with the pleated skirt was only $60 and would probably compliment any woman under size 4, hard to go wrong. The shot of her standing up in it isn't perfect but just to show it off.

    The model is available in central PA and NYC, she is a professional and bright, solid character. She makes a good living from commercial work but can be reasonable for art photographers, contact me if you want her info.
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    Love the black and white. Did you use a strobe for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdphoto View Post
    Love the black and white. Did you use a strobe for that?
    Thanks, no, water is a pretty good bounce card!

    With the Aquatech housing (I have the least expensive base model without controls) I put the camera on auto and try my best. It's really a numbers game... do a lot of shots and edit later.

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    Noordzee



    D500, 10,5mm f/2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    My backyard. D850. Zeiss ZF.2 28mm
    Your Backyard looks magical. Great shot.

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    Great Falls, on the Maryland side, March 2017:



    Nikon Df, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S, 1/800, f/4, ISO 100
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    ..in the Thy-region, Nordjylland, Denmark...rainy, slippery, but still trying to make new friends..stepped over the electrical fence..






    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30 at iso560 1/125 f10 at 15mm through C1pro11win



    ..perhaps not that close friends...



    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30 at iso800 1/125 f11 at 30mm through C1pro11win



    then the solid bull with fresh scars came along..


    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30 at iso1100 1/125 f11 at 30mm through C1pro11win



    I decided to look for a proper way out..



    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30 at iso220 1/125 f10 at 30mm through C1pro11win




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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ..in the Thy-region, Nordjylland, Denmark...rainy, slippery, but still trying to make new friends..stepped over the electrical fence..


    I decided to look for a proper way out..



    Nikon Df with Tamron 15-30 at iso220 1/125 f10 at 30mm through C1pro11win




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    You mean legging it with some dignity ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ..in the Thy-region, Nordjylland, Denmark...rainy, slippery, but still trying to make new friends..stepped over the electrical fence..


    ...

    thorkil
    Nice and funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    You mean legging it with some dignity ...
    Yes...almost, Bart
    Since childhood I has never been afraid of ordinary cows,
    so the trick is simple, not getting afraid, consider them as friends, even these were rather big.
    The other trick is talking, not to them, but with them, as you would do with a little child or a cat.
    The bull came in from behind, which I realized turning around, about 5-6 meters away he was. But with only a 15-30 range on the Df, I had to approach him for some 2 meters, to get a proper picture ("if the picture is boring you are not close enough" ),
    but he stepped back as I approached him. I got the picture, but realized that the situation might not continue being that stable, so I just got the camera in the bag, and had no other thought through my head,
    than he would remain at his position when I turned my back to him, and went slowly to the electrical wires. On the secure side, I turned around, convinced that was standing there, still at his
    position, he was. It was a calm agreement, him and me together. Uncomplicated and nice.
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    Rådvad..






    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso320 1/1000 f4 through C1pro11win






    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso100 1/1000 f4 through C1pro11win






    Nikon Df with Nikkor 180/2.8D at iso100 1/1000 f4 through C1pro11win




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    F6, Superia 400, Argentix presskit, X1 scan, converted to B&W in LR:

    Larry's River by chrism229, on Flickr
    Flickr.
    How to develop XP2 in B&W chemicals
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    Larissa in the Woods
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    How to smell like a sweaty inner tube....
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    Water shouldn't be this greasy.
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    Nikon 1 J5, 70-300mm CX @ 283mm (764mm equiv.), 1/250, f/5.6, ISO 400
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    © • click for actual pixels


    © • Nikon D500 • AF-S Nikkor 1.8/28mm G • 1/125 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX-D • [b886_50A_1046]
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    © • click for actual pixels


    © • Nikon D500 • AF-S Nikkor 1.8/28mm G • 1/60 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX-D • [b888_50A_1068]
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    slow day ?
    Bart ...
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    Ahh yes you're right, Bart

    Even when I try to do some Fun stuff, I end up making Slow Day stuff.

    Obviously it's all I know how to handle, it's all my eyes see.

    I promise to stick to it from now on
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    Nikon D800 w/Sigma 35mm 1.4 (one of the best lenses i've ever used!) and the Nikon 85mm 1.4 (also one of the best).
    These are just low rez viewing copies, the originals can print 4x6 feet! FWIW, I've tried most cameras from Leica, Sony, Fuji in my quest for the right camera for my style. While no camera does it all, The Nikon D800 had the nicest files in terms of absolute resolution, color fidelity and better lenses for my varied style of shooting. As I swim against the planned obsolescence current, I find I'm much happier with the older cameras such as the D800, Leica Monochrom and of course, film. It's also easier on your computer processing too. The skier pic was for a magazine and there's no way I could make it any better with any of today's cameras and ultra high mega pixels. Now, if the new Nikon mirrorless is just as good, I might update this comment. Fingers crossed it is not!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdphoto View Post
    Nikon D800 w/Sigma 35mm 1.4 (one of the best lenses i've ever used!) and the Nikon 85mm 1.4 (also one of the best).
    These are just low rez viewing copies, the originals can print 4x6 feet! FWIW, I've tried most cameras from Leica, Sony, Fuji in my quest for the right camera for my style. While no camera does it all, The Nikon D800 had the nicest files in terms of absolute resolution, color fidelity and better lenses for my varied style of shooting. As I swim against the planned obsolescence current, I find I'm much happier with the older cameras such as the D800, Leica Monochrom and of course, film. It's also easier on your computer processing too. The skier pic was for a magazine and there's no way I could make it any better with any of today's cameras and ultra high mega pixels. Now, if the new Nikon mirrorless is just as good, I might update this comment. Fingers crossed it is not!
    I went from a D700 to D810, scared off of the D800 because of the early quality control left-focusing fiasco. Last year I picked up a $700 D800 body for use in my underwater housing. I checked its focusing of course and compared it to my D810 bodies. Sure, there are some subtle differences but nothing significant enough to make them worth only 33% of a D810 (at that time used D810s were ~ $2100).

    I'm holding onto my D810s and trying to skip a generation since the post D850 DSLR should be pretty amazing. And perhaps the new Nikon Mirrorless will also be desirable although I'm a wait and see YOU DO THE BETA TESTING kind of guy. I like Nikon but their quality control and customer service horror stories make me pretty conservative about buying their latest and greatest.

    Besides I think spending the money on glass is the better play. Since I started buying the higher end lenses rather than old D-series and zooms I see a larger overall quality gain more than from switching a generation in camera bodies. I rather have good glass on a 24mp body than cheap glass on a 36mp body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
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    © • Nikon D500 • AF-S Nikkor 1.8/28mm G • 1/125 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX-D • [b886_50A_1046]
    calm & slow mood.
    Looks old but aint, perhaps from 60'ties, 70'ties or perhaps 80'ties? Windows are from Linolievinduet (Linseedoil-windowsfactory) I think, producing elegant and old-fashioned windows
    Is it a museum Steen? or church-courtyard-buildings?
    thorkil
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    Thorkil, it's from the place where the pastor and writer Kaj Munk lived, at Ulfborg in Jutland

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    thank you, Steen , passed by 3 times on Linseedwindowfactory-inspection in Vemb for the last half year without being aware...

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    "Desert Garden" Joshua Tree National Park,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
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    How are print sales Doug? This seems very marketable. It’d also a great style for advertising especially in weed friendly states.

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    At the 2017 Maryland Renaissance Festival:



    Nikon D810, AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G, 1/160, f/2.8, ISO 200

    Can't wait to go back this year!
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    Newport coaching weekend
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    How are print sales Doug? This seems very marketable. It’d also a great style for advertising especially in weed friendly states.
    Hi Frank,

    I've only been doing these stylized images for about a year with a somewhat thin link to reality but so far they sell better than the straight images. 18x24 canvas wraps are my standard offering and sell in the 250 range. Thats not much if there is a commission but they are very cheap to make. Gallery shoppers are very price sensitive for the most part
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    The Twilight Zone. Joshua Tree National Park

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    Shenandoah, Virginia:



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    A different take on the same scene:



    Nikon 1 J5, 1 Nikon VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 @ 14mm (38mm equiv.), 1/320, f/6.3, ISO 160
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    Another one from the archives.
    Taken on a late August afternoon in 2016, in the Stone House, Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia:



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    I tend to shy away from street photography/portraiture.
    But I do enjoy photographing people in costumes at historic fairs or festivals.

    The 2018 Renaissance Festival of Maryland opened yesterday. I spent a number of hours walking around and taking photos. The performers are very accommodating to photography - when they notice you trying to take a photo they often stop and look towards your camera until you get your frame. Sometimes they even strike a pose according to their characters. Some of the visitors dressed in costumes are also accommodating. But there are also plenty of opportunities for candid photography.

    I had my D810 set to AF-C/S/3d, with a focus point on the right side preselected for the face area in portrait mode, and used the AF-ON button to focus and recompose throughout the session. It was incredible seeing the focus selection moving around the frame following the face, staying put when the face turned completely away from the camera, and then reaquiring the face when it turned back.

    Here is one of the photos, fresh off the card:



    Nikon D810, AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G, 1/2000, f/2.8, ISO 400
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Marcus View Post
    The 2018 Renaissance Festival of Maryland opened yesterday.
    What's amazing about these types of festivals is that they can successfully recreate the smell of people who went months between baths.

    Here's my last $1600 spent on taking down some threatening Walnut trees. Anyone want some nice wood?
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    Here's some recent stuff out and about.
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