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    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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    Bora Bora Aerial View | Z7 | 24-70 @ 31.5mm | f/9 | 1/320 | ISO 64
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    Z7 | 24-70 @ 31.5mm | f/9 | 1/320 | ISO 64
    Hi DS,

    Where is that?

    Location shots are much more interesting if we know the location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh View Post
    Hi DS,

    Where is that?

    Location shots are much more interesting if we know the location.

    - Leigh
    Sorry. I usually post that, though the click-through does reveal that it is Bora Bora. Have now edited the post.
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    Took a week off from work to get some winter photos. It has been a bit disappointing. There's almost no snow left, and the weather hasn't been kind. Managed to get this shot at least. (Colours might be off, I'm on my 2012 macbook. It's not up to par to do my D850 files, everything is slow)

    D850, Sigma Art 135mm.

    Fiery Winter Sunset by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    Nikon D850 w/85mm 1.4G
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    Was lucky enough to get two good winter photos. Sadly there won’t be any more snow this year. I might however go to Lofoten next month. Need more winter haha.

    Nikon D850, Sigma Art 35mm
    Skogshorn Winter 2. by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr

    Skogshorn Winter 1 by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    Fredrick,

    Beautiful time lapse!!! Living the glow.

    That is a beautiful place and a wonderful image!!!
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    Fredrick,

    Beautiful time lapse!!! Living the glow.

    That is a beautiful place and a wonderful image!!!
    Thank you, Dave!

    This was the third morning in a row I was there. The first day I didn’t bring snowshoes, so I couldn’t venture into the snow. The light didn’t appear on this morning, nor the next. Thankfully it appeared yesterday, the day after my birthday. What a great belated gift from Mother Nature!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    Thank you, Dave!

    This was the third morning in a row I was there. The first day I didn’t bring snowshoes, so I couldn’t venture into the snow. The light didn’t appear on this morning, nor the next. Thankfully it appeared yesterday, the day after my birthday. What a great belated gift from Mother Nature!
    Happy Birthday!!!!
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    Working my way through 4000 images for the University pole dancing competition. This is one of the judges who put on a demonstration.

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    while it seems to be slow sunday-mood, and just to entertain a lazy brain, while weather outside is to warm to be called winter, sun is breaking through once in a while..
    but this ought to be done in a "weekly short-story outcuts"-thread or something like it, left for silly, unambitious casual pictures..
    So forgiveness is presumed for noisy, unsharp highisopictures..and way too many too..

    So, Friday afternoon the house got invaded by one of Irene's high-school-classes for dinner, while they will become students this summer, and Irene is cult among the pupils, and all her danish-classes about to finish insist of coming home for dinner.

    So Nikolaj, our son, and I felt homeless, and decided for heading in the train (while he had to have bicycle along) for Nörreport, center of Copenhagen..





    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso1250 1/40 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    went for dinner at cafe Bankeråt (Bankrupt) which is cosy relaxed with unorthodox interior



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso12800 1/40 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    after the well-made chickenburger Nikolaj raised for heading out in the night for videoshooting with a friend



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso12800 1/30 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    and left the chairs open...



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso6400 1/40 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    then these two youngsters came along asked for permission to sit - of course .. we chatted about lack of quality in modern architecture, lack of skills by architects, then camera's while the one, Christian, was video-producer (a pity Nikolaj left) and so...



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso4500 1/15 (all by free hand) f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    then these two ladies came along and asked if they could join in, in the talk, yes of course...



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso8000 1/40 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    there seemed to be a sort of relaxed and funny mood even though Christian here looked a modest reserved



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso5000 1/15 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win


    and here the mood was splendid too..



    Nikon Z7 with adapted 24/1.8G at iso4000 1/15 f1.8 through C1pro12.02win

    I finished my beer and headed towards the train station...



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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    @Thorkill, very nice "low angle" photo essay
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    Thank you, Jack!
    All done by the tilted screen

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    @Thorkil
    Memories to cherish. Thanks for sharing

    I've been chosen as head GO (group organiser) for the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh this year.
    Just had an open meeting today to choose the team for the event - 10 photographers and 2 videographers.
    Now the fun begins!

    First meeting is tomorrow night at Fire Club to see how everyone copes with fire photography.
    I run the Fire Club, with a bit of help, every Monday so that fire performers can practice their skills in safety with like minded people. I play with fire too - it's addictive.
    Getting older and approaching retirement (I'm semi-retired) has opened up so many opportunities and the time to do them.
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    Leo, at Fire Club
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    What does one do when there is a five minute window of opportunity to shoot something, anything? In my case, I walked out onto the terrace, and saw nothing interesting and the brief moment of good light just ended with the sun dropping behind the cloud bank on the horizon.

    Not to be deterred, I went inside and emerged with the D850 and decided to create this handheld snap. I like it. It confirms my bonding with the D850 and I can say with great confidence that it just works for me. It plays well, too, with the Studio's H5D-50c, both as a primary shooter and a backup.


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    Stockholm..





    Z7 24-70/4S iso500 1/60 f4 33mm(no pincushion) C1pro12.02win



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    JD Martinez, designated hitter for the Boston Red Sox, swings and misses during a spring training game today vs the Washington Nationals
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    Not really sure if I like this one or not.

    D850, Sigma Art 135mm.


    Winter Mountains by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    Impala ...

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    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Wonderful Graham!, it's soft, delicate, generous!
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    Mascot of the Washington National baseball team
    Stanley
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    ladder, rowboat, fog
    D810 / Zeiss 135

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    A couple more images reprocessed in C1 Pro 12. It's always like getting a camera upgrade every time I return to old sessions.

    Watch out for Leo hiding in the grass!



    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    A couple more images reprocessed in C1 Pro 12. It's always like getting a camera upgrade every time I return to old sessions.
    Ain't that the truth!
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    More of the recent Blood moon Eclipse, over approximately 1 and 1/2 hours. All images taken with a D810A and 200-400 lens. Used C1 for all raw conversion.

    Paul C

    [IMG]Blood Moon Eclispe over 1 and 1/2 hours by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Lupine in Joshua Tree National Park, D850, 85mm f1.8 G lens.
    Heaven on earth complete with her perfume
    This is happening NOW near the I-10 entrance
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    Allow me to say Doug that your picture no. 1 of total 16 at your link, in my view is even more a treasure, strong and beautiful, and deserve to be exposed too
    best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Allow me to say Doug that your picture no. 1 of total 16 at your link, in my view is even more a treasure, strong and beautiful, and deserve to be exposed too
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    Thanks I think you mean this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougDolde View Post
    Yes, I did..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdphoto View Post
    I'd appreciate any comment on which one works best, but i'm personally leaning towards the D810 version because I think it shows his character much more.
    I also like the one without the hat more - because of his smile in that one.

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    Darin, thanks for the comment.

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    ..well, it's a bit slow here at my desk, ought to work a bit, but instead you get some outcuts from Stockholm, just to feel some sort of alive in my head...
    (keystone is rather overrated my remarks could be. The 24-70/4S need a bit of barrel correction at 24mm at contrary to the pincusion correction at 64mm, I've tried to persuade PhaseOne to get the Z-lenses' NEF-corrected as soon as possible, hope they will do very soon)
    Brända Tomten is just a tiny square but the mood here can't be overrated, a small piece of peace on earth, and the old-fashioned café "Under Kastanjen" (Under the Chestnut tree) just fits so nice in the same mood...not the mention their chocolate cake, which just taste like...even wounded minds and body after long travel will immediately be rectified...it's all some sort of tiny, so the mind must be set to calmness and susceptibility





    Nikon Z7 with 24-70/4S at iso400 1/40 f8 24mm through C1pro12.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 24-70/4S at iso140 1/30 f4 24mm through C1pro12.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 24-70/4S at iso2200 1/30 f4 24mm through C1pro12.0.2
    Reflections through Jane Avril done by mighty Toulouse Lautrec at Moulin Rouge in Paris 1893






    Nikon Z7 with 24-70/4S at iso1100 1/25 f4 24mm through C1pro12.0.2
    Chocolate dream already all gone



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    Here's a photo of a gentleman I met on the street. I asked him if I could take his photo and he politely said...no. He explained that such photography is intrusive and impersonal, especially in today's social media climate. I agreed. However, we continued to talk and he shared stories and adventures from his past and soon melted away any mistrust he had. As it turns out he's a writer...a really good one too. His prose was lyrical and poetic to an extant, with exquisite detail. He mentioned that he's publishing a new book and asked politely, If I would do his book jacket portrait. I agreed.
    I think it's important to get to know someone a little better if you're asking to take a photo on the street. They're usually so willing to share part of their story if we just take the time to ask. We're not just taking a photo, but in fact getting something that has more depth and character that brings a meaningful sentiment to what might have been just another portrait.

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    Thorkil,
    I love the light under the tree branch! Almost seems like it was lit with a strobe.
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    Very nice and very charming portrait JD (I guess one in Denmark would not know the writers name?)
    and thanks..the sun down the street was contributing with a little help..

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    Great Blue Heron, #2
    D810 / Zeiss Milvus 35/1.4

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    Douglas, Great image - looks like film!
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    Spring has sprung!

    Nikon D850 50/1.8:
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    Note: This was an exercise in how well the 50/1.8 lens would perform with low light shade and handheld shooting. Later this week I will get around to some tripod sessions, but for now, it was enjoyable just to be out in the warm sunlight after so many days of clouds and rain. I just couldn't be bothered to fuss with the tripod.
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    very nice picture Dave!
    What setting are you in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    very nice picture Dave!
    What setting are you in?
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    Hi, Thorkil,

    Thanks!

    This was actually in the flower bed at the front of our little home. All natural light, in the shade with a hint of reflected light, so I underexposed the frame.

    Just another confirmation that, simply making an image, just to see how it works, can yield serendipitous results while learning at the same time.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Nice, Dave
    My curiosity was also which iso, aperture and shutter you used, just to image the capture-proces
    best

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    Walker Canyon, near Lake Elsinore, California. D850 28mm f1.8 G lens
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Nice, Dave
    My curiosity was also which iso, aperture and shutter you used, just to image the capture-proces
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    Ah...thanks, it was a process from evaluating the scene, shooting, and processing. I just sent you a PM for a better explanation.
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    Playing about with Nik collection

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    Life gets in the way of shooting sometimes. So, another from yesterday as further confirmation that the 50/1.8G lens can be used with consistent results.

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    Testing so far has been with the lens wide open while shooting florals handheld... I have some portraits to process from a family gathering this past weekend to check performance in relatively low light, and I need to do some some sharpness tests as well. With a tripod.

    So far, things are looking promising.
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    Best regards,
    Dave (GT)
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Ah...thanks, it was a process from evaluating the scene, shooting, and processing. I just sent you a PM for a better explanation.
    Thanks Dave, I'll take a look..
    Sometimes its nice with unconventional processing, and here you succeed very well in making it darker while the soft grains are being awaked in a delicate way and shadows becomes a new meaning and gets their own artistic life and expression. We have to take some risk's and "stepping aside" once in a while...

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    [IMG]Sunset skies over Pinnacle Mountain by paul caldwell, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Wonderful sunset last night near my house. Cloudy and rainy all day, but in the last 20 minutes skies cleared and colors really popped.

    Nikon D850 and 80-400 lens. 4 vertical shots, combined into final image.

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    Paul...
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