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    Four more. Z 7. First 1,8 105mm Ais, next 4/19mm PC Nikkor, last two 4/24-70 S
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    Foggy day along Keys View Road in Joshua Tree NP. D850, 85mm Nikkor. Handheld.

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    Z6 & 180f2.8 @ 2.8 jpeg OCC



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    Four more. Z 7. First 1,8 105mm Ais, next 4/19mm PC Nikkor, last two 4/24-70 S
    Anything special with the last picture rocks?

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    Anything special with the last picture rocks?
    Hi Vivek. The stones are placed in a "dolmen" shape like a number of similar neolithic structures found mainly in western Europe and on the British Iles. The stones in question are not listed anywhere so I think their placement are of recent origin, probably put up for decorative purposes.
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    Thanks for the information, Arne!
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    This will probably be the first image I print, when the printer arrives sometime this week. Shot this way back in 2012 on the D800E and the Zeiss 21. While the Zeiss had "good" sharpness, it has horrible colourfringing in high contrast edges. Nonetheless the image is good, in my opinion. My compositions have improved since then, I should like to hope at least. Comments and criticism is always welcome.


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    While the Zeiss had "good" sharpness, it has horrible colourfringing in high contrast edges.
    Three comments: First is lovely capture, congrats! Second is CaptureOne has an excellent "automatic" de-fringing tool -- it will solve that adequately for print. Third is I would dial back saturation just a tad --like 8 to 12 points-- before you print it as it looks a little over-pumped on my monitor

    Again, very nice image, congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Three comments: First is lovely capture, congrats! Second is CaptureOne has an excellent "automatic" de-fringing tool -- it will solve that adequately for print. Third is I would dial back saturation just a tad --like 8 to 12 points-- before you print it as it looks a little over-pumped on my monitor

    Again, very nice image, congrats!
    Thank you Jack! I have actually started migrating to C1. You are right, it is a tad too saturated. It always helps stepping away from the screen and coming back.

    I’m very excited to start printing! I’ll have to make a webpage, where I can sell my prints!
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    Blood moon from 01/20/19, Taken with a Nikon D810A, in DX crop mode, 200-400 lens. ISO 2500 as I remember.

    I know it's been posted a lot before, but for me it's taken a few years and attempts to get the clarity I finally got on this shoot. Followed it all the way through this time.

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    This is an awesome shoot Paul !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2660 View Post
    Blood moon from 01/20/19, Taken with a Nikon D810A, in DX crop mode, 200-400 lens. ISO 2500 as I remember.

    I know it's been posted a lot before, but for me it's taken a few years and attempts to get the clarity I finally got on this shoot. Followed it all the way through this time.

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    Nice Paul! I just picked up a D810A, which arrived the day before the eclipse, but forgot about the eclipse and to arrange for a longer lens than a 50mm 🙁
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2660 View Post
    Blood moon from 01/20/19, Taken with a Nikon D810A, in DX crop mode, 200-400 lens. ISO 2500 as I remember.

    I know it's been posted a lot before, but for me it's taken a few years and attempts to get the clarity I finally got on this shoot. Followed it all the way through this time.

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    What is the ideal focal length for moon shots?
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    Hi Doug,

    For focal length, I guess it's anyone's guess. I prefer to use the 200-400 as I can get to F4 at 400mm, I have used the 200-500 at 500 5.6, but for the blood moon I prefer to have the added stop of light. When the Blood Moon Eclipse is full there is very little light on the moon, and the faster the lens the better. Many photographers have complained about the details of the 200-400 at 400mm, both wide open and stopped down, I have no complaints on mine. The added stars that showed up in the image attest to that.

    The biggest problem for me has always been getting a balance of ISO/shutter speed/aperture. I believe this shot was at 2500, on the D810A, which is about 1.5 stops faster than the D810. Even so, I still had noise to contend with, more than I expected from the D810A, but I had live view on a lot and odds are the sensor heated up.

    I ended up turning off VR, as the shots were just better with the D810A on Electronic First Curtain, Mirror up, and no VR, with a remote release.

    I used DX crop mode (here I missed the D850 but I have not been that impressed with the D850 over ISO1000), but I did miss the tilting screen of the D850 as I was almost straight up that night.

    The final shot, I used Capture One (always cleaner to me that LR/ACR) then ran the file though Topaz AI clean for noise, then Topaz Gigapixel to double the size. Both tools are excellent.

    I guess the best solution would always be a telescope and tracking setup even for the moon as you could keep the shutter open longer.

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    Cholla Garden, Joshua Tree NP. D850, 28mm f1.8 Nikkor G

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    Z7 | 24-70 @ 30mm | f/4.5 | 4s | ISO 64 | 6-image stitch
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    This is a beautiful photo, Greg !

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    I'm really enjoying my new printer! The black and white is comparable to 8x10 contact prints I did a few years back.

    This image was shot on my D850 and the Sigma Art 35mm. I think I'll be buying the new Sigma Art 28mm whenever I can muster the funds for it.



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    Thanks for the likes guys! Will more than likely print it today.

    This one probably isn't my best work, but I'm a sucker for vast landscapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    I'm really enjoying my new printer! The black and white is comparable to 8x10 contact prints I did a few years back.

    This image was shot on my D850 and the Sigma Art 35mm. I think I'll be buying the new Sigma Art 28mm whenever I can muster the funds for it.
    What a wonderful print it makes indeed! Unfortunately the paper has a bent corner and some light scratches in the coating, so I will be giving it away for free.
    I used to print on my brother-in-law's last generation Epson printer whenever I needed a print. Let's just say that I won't be printing on that Epson printer again. The black and white on the iPF is incredible, and I'm just using the Canon Luster now. I'm really keen to try out the Ilford Galerie stuff.

    (It was also a challenge to capture the dynamic range of the print. Had to use my D850 instead of my iphone)
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    Thanks folks..

    Generally, I avoid myself getting into images. But stranger things have happened!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    I'm really enjoying my new printer! The black and white is comparable to 8x10 contact prints I did a few years back.

    This image was shot on my D850 and the Sigma Art 35mm. I think I'll be buying the new Sigma Art 28mm whenever I can muster the funds for it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jlancasterd View Post
    Was this taken with a deep red filter, or is the black sky a product of post-processing?
    It's the result of post-processing. It certainly helped that the sky was very blue that morning.

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    On the forest floor. Z7, 24-70.
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    What a wonderful print it makes indeed! Unfortunately the paper has a bent corner and some light scratches in the coating, so I will be giving it away for free.
    I used to print on my brother-in-law's last generation Epson printer whenever I needed a print. Let's just say that I won't be printing on that Epson printer again. The black and white on the iPF is incredible, and I'm just using the Canon Luster now. I'm really keen to try out the Ilford Galerie stuff.

    (It was also a challenge to capture the dynamic range of the print. Had to use my D850 instead of my iphone)
    Hi Fredrick, fine image! The Canon papers are quite good, but you might also want to try the Harman Baryta paper. It prints very well with the Pro 1000.
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    Hi Fredrick, fine image! The Canon papers are quite good, but you might also want to try the Harman Baryta paper. It prints very well with the Pro 1000.
    Thank you for the recommendation, Arne! After careful consideration, I bought the Canson Infinity Baryta today. An excellent paper! It delivers the best prints I have ever seen.

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    Ah, very nice work on this thread.... I will be spending some time here as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
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    Nice image. One of my favorite lenses. And I left it, alone, in the cold dark, on a trail in a canyon in Moab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    What a wonderful print it makes indeed! Unfortunately the paper has a bent corner and some light scratches in the coating, so I will be giving it away for free.
    I used to print on my brother-in-law's last generation Epson printer whenever I needed a print. Let's just say that I won't be printing on that Epson printer again. The black and white on the iPF is incredible, and I'm just using the Canon Luster now. I'm really keen to try out the Ilford Galerie stuff.

    (It was also a challenge to capture the dynamic range of the print. Had to use my D850 instead of my iphone)
    Fredrick, I use the Ilford GFS in sheet form in my 17” Epson. It is excellent. IMO, the Harman is the best paper for bw, but I seldom use it as it scratches easily and does funny things when framed. But it seems to have better d-max than any other baryta paper. For my 24” Canon I use roll paper. I like the Hahnemuhle papers, but Moab is a better buy - less expensive, more paper in a roll and results are similar. I go back and forth depending on who is offering the better value at order time.
    Hope this helps. John
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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Nice image. One of my favorite lenses. And I left it, alone, in the cold dark, on a trail in a canyon in Moab.
    It probably wandered off looking for the Zeiss lens cap I lost there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Nice image. One of my favorite lenses. And I left it, alone, in the cold dark, on a trail in a canyon in Moab.
    Oh no!!!

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    Bass Harbor lobster wharf, study 3
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    ..up from the deep - stockholm






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    down with garbage - Helga Lekamens alley - Stockholm






    Nikon Z7 with 24-70S at 24mm and iso1400 1/20(by hand) f11 through C1pro12.0.2win




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    [IMG]Fall afternoon on 2 Richland Creek by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Multishot panorama of Richland (main creek) and Falling Water Creek (on far left). Fall 2018. Nikon D850 and 24-70. ND and CL-PL used.

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