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    koffee & kamera
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    ......."So wot sort of car is this?...there's not even a a satnav"!

    Car made by Alldays & Onions Co. This maker made very few of these but were very big in blacksmithing equipement....as a youngster trying to fund my first serious camera I worked on Saturdays for the village blacksmith who had a giant reciprocating bellows behind the forge which bore the proud 'Alldays & Onions' name embossed on the huge frame along with lillies of the valley.....they made stuff 'proper' in the Victorian era.

    ....Another 'snap' with the formidable Nikon d3300.
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    Thanks a lot friends for the ‘ likes ‘.

    We miss it so much. A few times is not enough for us, it seems.
    Visiting the Nordic lands, of course.

    Wouldn’t mind planning another trip there...maybe drop in on Thorkil. Jorgen, is
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    Hi Rayyan and Jørgen
    You shall both be very welcome to Copenhagen!!!
    Maybe we can find some "sildemadder" (heerings..on dark bread, onions and so) for you Jørgen in Nyhavn (even though it might sound a bit ordinary, but...)
    or there are also some few and very rare old school places left like Cafe Sorgenfri (from around year 1882 or so)...(Café Sorgenfri)(but food is "simple" and old-school- in contrast to the new nordic advanced food-style...then one shall go to HØST (https://cofoco.dk/restauranter/hoest/), rather extraordinary and delicate tast, but not cheap - NOMA is way too expensive for me (just a poor architect, on pension in a short moment), and you have to reserve 1 year in advance)
    best thorkil
    (when I was young I was better to the beers though, and some few snaps (aquavit))
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    More 'snaps' with the redoubtable nikon d3300......Please tell me if this is getting boring!

    This fine English house a few miles north of London, was built in 1668 on an older site. English manor houses have a strange quirk, that, like people, they often have a thread running through their history,....some have elegance, some darkness, some gaiety.... Salsbury Hall has clever endeavour and ingenuity in our secret history,...some VERY clever people have lived and worked here.

    In 1905 the occupant was Mrs Cornwallis-West, previously Lady Randolph Churchill, nee, Jennie Jerome, American socialite, musician, benefactress, political strategist, enjoyer of young men, journalist, playwright, royal mistress and friend....and, mother of Winston Churchill. It was here during his weekly visits that she meticulously planned and forged his rise from junior MP to world statesman.

    The nest incumbent was Sir Nigel Gresley a world expert on steam locos. Here he designed 'Mallard', repuputedly named after the ducks in the moat. This engine could move a train at 125mph, a record which is unbeaten still.

    In 1939 as Britain was plunged into war the De Haviland aircraft Co. turned Salisbury hall into it's secret development department for project w4052........The 'wooden wonder', the 'Mosquito' aircraft.
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    Testing a new workflow - Capture NX-D for editing, and ViewNX-i for output:



    Nikon Df, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S
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    ....I also started using NX-D this morning (see Salisbury Hall shot above) but only to resize.....so I shall watch your efforts with great interest!

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    The DeHaviland 'Mosquito' was designed in secret at Salisbury Hall to a simple but bold concept;....if a bomber or camera plane arrives over the warzone fast enough and high enough then there is nothing the enemy can do except look ruefully at the con trails..... The prototypes were all built in the outbuildings at the Hall and the first flights were from the surrounding fields.

    The 'mosquito' would succeed brilliantly, going on to become the first true multi-role combat aircraft that was the fastest propellor driven type to serve in any theatre of WWII. The basic design originally intended to be either a light bomber, fighter/interceptor or photo recon plane went on to many different special tasks from anti ship gun platform to commercially registered 'airliner' flying VIP's to neautral countries and bringing back special ball-bearings and parts, far above the German fighters. Nearly 8000 were built and were flown by all the Commonwealth airforces and also used for photo recon by the USAAF. The bomber versions would eventually carry the same weight of bomb load as the American B-17 only faster!

    80 years after it's birth the prototype is still in the outbuildings at Salisbury Hall (now the DeHaviland Museum) refinished in it's grey and yellow prototype colours........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Marcus View Post
    Testing a new workflow - Capture NX-D for editing, and ViewNX-i for output:



    Nikon Df, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S
    the Df is still the master in soft and delicate rendering quality !
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    day's end, Acadia National Park
    Nikon Z7 / S 35/1.8

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    Something different. IR at Yates Mill park in Raleigh on the first day of summer.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Something different. IR at Yates Mill park in Raleigh on the first day of summer.



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    Perfect, Joe!

    Glad to see the weather was cooperating...
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    Something different. IR at Yates Mill park in Raleigh on the first day of summer.

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    Joe..... I'm assuming that the Z6 was a converted camera.... right?

    Could you please tell me how you processed the image? The only success I have ever had with any kind of IR conversion is using C1 as it has color balance that gets me into the correct range..... or does the image come out of the camera that way with your Z6 converted to monochrome and using a 720nm filter?

    Thanks....... Great Image!! Mother nature sure was cooperating as nothing can move...

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    Joe..... I'm assuming that the Z6 was a converted camera.... right?

    Could you please tell me how you processed the image? The only success I have ever had with any kind of IR conversion is using C1 as it has color balance that gets me into the correct range..... or does the image come out of the camera that way with your Z6 converted to monochrome and using a 720nm filter?

    Thanks....... Great Image!! Mother nature sure was cooperating as nothing can move...

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    Victor, thanks very much. It was a beautiful day with not many people around me so I was able to take my time.

    The camera is an IR-converted Nikon Z6, converted to 590nm by LifePixel. For this shot, I used a Hoya 720nm filter that produces a better starting point for b&w than the 590nm Super Color conversion alone. I used the Adobe DNG Profile Editor to create a custom profile for the camera that I can then use in Adobe ACR/LR. It's described here. After importing the image into Adobe LR, I applied the custom profile. I used nik Silver Efex in Photoshop to do the b&w conversion. The entire process from start to finish took less than 5 minutes. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks much, Joe...... I do hope you get to post more IR images....

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    first jet airliner 1949
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    Another from the first day of summer.



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    The great thing about digital;.....half an hour ago this was not even a thought!....maybe it should have stayed away!

    .........Knew I had a tripod somewhere, but still with the brilliant little d3300
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    ..





    Nikon Z7 with 24-70/4S at 70mm iso64 1/100 f11 through C1pro12.1 - getting south



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    ..........I would have loved to have shot that, Thorkil!
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    early morning fog, downeast Maine
    Z7 with Z 35 f/1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugleone View Post
    ..........I would have loved to have shot that, Thorkil!
    Thanks Bugleone and I would have loved to do your old-machine-stilleben-picture!
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    commercial fishing wharf, low tide
    Southwest Harbor, Maine
    Z7 with Z 50 f/1.8

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    Sultry summer days in the South:

    D850 50/1.8 G:
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    Different cameras, same lens. Different days, different light. Different processing, different results.

    But the DX image yields an effective 75mm pov, that I really like.
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    A quick snapshot one morning as the sun was rising after a thunderstorm.

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    Evening in Shenandoah National Park:



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    Ah, Darin it has been a long time since I was in that area. God's Country. I miss it!
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    ..in Italy






    Nikon Z7 with Z 14-30/4 S at iso 64 1/50 f11 14mm through C1pro12.1win



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    Z7, Z 50mm f/1.8 S.

    http://www.keithlaban.co.uk
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    That's lovely, Keith!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    Z7, Z 50mm f/1.8 S.

    Yikes!!

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    even though destiny might only provide you with a plastic-chair it might serve you something else for free..





    Nikon Z7 with Z14-30/4S at iso64 1/320 f11 14mm through C1pro12.1win
    San Zeno di Montagna



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    ..





    Nikon Z7 with Z24-70/4S at iso64 1/80 f8 14mm through C1pro12.1win
    San Zeno di Montagna



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    Hurt my back at the gym, so I have plenty of time to look through older images.

    First one is a four image pano stich with the D800E and the 50mm Nikon f/1.4
    Second was shot with the D800E and the 21mm Zeiss.

    Vågakallen, Storm by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr

    Unknown Lake, Lofoten. by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    stormwarning





    Nikon Z7 with Z14-30/4S at iso64 1/20(hand) f10 14mm through C1pro12.1win
    San Zeno di Montagna



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    it looks like its a bit soft at the left side, have to check it later on
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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithL View Post
    Z7, Z 50mm f/1.8 S.

    this is extremely fine! (even as terrifying as it is)...(I now really do regret that I didn't bring the 35/1.8S and 50/1.8S with me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Hi Rayyan, is this the 24-120 on the Df? or?
    renders just so fine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    this is extremely fine! (even as terrifying as it is)...(I now really do regret that I didn't bring the 35/1.8S and 50/1.8S with me)
    best
    Thanks, and thanks to all who "liked" the image.

    This is an occupational hazard for the intrepid abandoned house hunter.

    The cats feel unwell and seek the comparative safety of the houses, only to die. What remains varies from a dark stain on the floor to a seemingly well preserved, almost mummified body, depending on conditions.

    Link to a couple of other examples.

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    http://www.keithlaban.co.uk/Mummified_Cat2.jpg

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    So, today we have learned that expert photographers carry a silenced pistol to shoot wandering cats to leave in abandoned buildings to make interesting shots later......

    ........And that some expert photographers are lazy,........like Thorkil who did NOT get the hacksaw from his camera bag, climb out on the roof and saw off that TV aerial which spoils his composition so badly (otherwise i love the pic, as usual!)

    .........I'm always on the lookout for useful tips from the experts here and these are two of the best!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugleone View Post
    So, today we have learned that expert photographers carry a silenced pistol to shoot wandering cats to leave in abandoned buildings to make interesting shots later......

    ........And that some expert photographers are lazy,........like Thorkil who did NOT get the hacksaw from his camera bag, climb out on the roof and saw off that TV aerial which spoils his composition so badly (otherwise i love the pic, as usual!)

    .........I'm always on the lookout for useful tips from the experts here and these are two of the best!
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    some optimistic romance squeezed in...





    Nikon Z7 with Z14-30/4S at iso64 1/80 f8 14mm through C1pro12.1win



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    ..the old man left the house





    Nikon Z7 with Z14-30/4S at iso80 1/2000 f4 20mm through C1pro12.1win
    ..and left one of the few unspoiled houses - San Zeno di Montagna



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    Sorry for the mundane subject, but that's all I have access to around here (except the office ladies, but they don't want to pose ).

    D800 with 85mm f/1.8 AF @ f/2.2



    Anybody who says fringing is easy to remove hasn't owned the old Nikkor 85mm f/1.8. I paid nearly $200 for that lens around 15 years ago, so I'm down to around a dollar per month. Maybe it's time to invest in something new

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    From a recent backcountry camping trip in Minnesota.
    - Lake Saganaga/BWCA

    Made with Ektar 100 + Zeiss Milvus 50mm on a Nikon f2.


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    Beautifully done, Tyler!
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    Still having fun with the D2x:
    This little guy just popped up yesterday. It is now 2" long.

    Nikon D2x 50mm 1.8 G:
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    Nikon F80 with 85mm f/1.8 and HP5


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    Sorry Thorkil, missed this post.

    D300 and Nikon 17-35/2.8

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    renders just so fine!
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bugleone View Post
    first jet airliner 1949
    Is that a Comet cockpit?
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    It is indeed the Comet cockpit...or 'flightdeck'. When it flew 20% of London's traffic was still horse drawn, the railways were steam driven and sailing barges plied the Thames and East Coast, Ration books were essential to buy food and clothing, many Victorians were still alive and well and Nazi prisoners were being 're-educated' in camps all across The UK before being allowed back to Germany.......an incredible era of extreme contrasts.
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