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    Hello here friends..thank you for stopping by and the likes

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    Hello here friends..thank you for stopping by and the likes

    Beautiful image. The woodwork on this vessel is amazing!
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    Nikon F80 with 85mm f/1.8 AF and Ilford Pan 400

    https://www.un.org/en/sections/un-ch...r-i/index.html
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    Nikon F80 with 85mm f/1.8 AF and Ilford Pan 400


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    The AF-P 70-300mm E is so light I had no problem photowalking with it mounted on the Z50 via the FTZ adapter:



    Nikon Z50, AF-P Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E VR @ 300mm (450mm equiv.), 1/60sec, f/5.6, ISO 100, VR On, Nikon Adobe RGB
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    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S @ 70mm, 1/640, f/5.6, ISO 100, Nikon Adobe RGB

    Last week I got on board the CF Express

    I decided to play it safe, so I bought a Nikon-approved Sony 128 GB card and the Sony card reader. The reader is backwards compatible with XQD, which I tested using my one and only XQD card, also a Sony
    No problems using the CFexpress card in the Z6, as tested during Saturday's photowalk in the Manassas National Battlefield Park - the photo above was one of the first saved on the new card.

    I did not find any difference in performance between the XQD card and the CFexpress one during that session - maybe it helps when shooting action or movies. The download to the computer was indeed faster.
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    Thanks a lot folks for the ' likes '

    Lens roadmaps are for the future..., this is the present; for me


    Z6, 24-70/4S
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    A mode of travel.


    Z6, 24-70/4S


    But nothing to compare with the go anywhere, all weather, all terrain master transport..the camel!!
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    Thanks Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks a lot folks for the ' likes '

    Lens roadmaps are for the future..., this is the present; for me


    Z6, 24-70/4S
    Nice present! Congrats on the Z6. Where was this shot taken?

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    Re-processed an old file in darktable,
    (taken with one of my favourite lens, it's now got me thinking!) Trearddur bay...


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    Daaarn iiiiit!



    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/50, f/1.8, ISO 100, VR On, Nikon Adobe RGB
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    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/50, f/1.8, ISO 100, VR On, Nikon Adobe RGB
    Nice image!

    I just want to make sure you understand the difference between capturing in Adobe RGB and posting in it -- so ignore this if it's moot for you

    Capturing (and editing) in a larger colorspace is generally beneficial as you have more data to push around as you edit. However posting in one is not always a good thing... Older computers and/or browsers and/or hosting domains may not accommodate a colorspace other than web standard sRGB, and so the colors of an image in any larger space get distorted as the browser "trims" all colors outside the sRGB space for viewing. This can lead to an image looking flatter and less saturated than it does when you're viewing it on your own color-managed system. So generally speaking, it's still best practice to convert an image to sRGB before posting it.
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    Nice image!

    I just want to make sure you understand the difference between capturing in Adobe RGB and posting in it -- so ignore this if it's moot for you

    Capturing (and editing) in a larger colorspace is generally beneficial as you have more data to push around as you edit. However posting in one is not always a good thing... Older computers and/or browsers and/or hosting domains may not accommodate a colorspace other than web standard sRGB, and so the colors of an image in any larger space get distorted as the browser "trims" all colors outside the sRGB space for viewing. This can lead to an image looking flatter and less saturated than it does when you're viewing it on your own color-managed system. So generally speaking, it's still best practice to convert an image to sRGB before posting it.
    Thank you Jack.

    Until recently I posted only sRGB photos. I am doing some experiments using Nikonís version of Adobe RGB and checking the results on different systems (older Mac Book Pro, newer Mac Book Pro with DCI screen, last gen iMac, Mac Mini with LG screen, iPad Pro and Windows 10 PC with office display). I also tested DCI P3 photos a while ago, and HEIF/HEIC photos more recently, although the last ones not online because browsers do not yet support the format.

    I will return to sRGB very soon for online photos.

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    Thanks Lloyd.

    Manila.

    Take care.

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    Nice present! Congrats on the Z6. Where was this shot taken?

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    Thanks a lot folks for the ' likes '. Greatly appreciated.

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    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/3200, f/1.8, ISO 100
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    At the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington DC:



    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/20, f/1.8, ISO 100, -0.7 EC, VR On
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    Thank you so much folks, for the ' likes ' and your comments. Really appreciate your encouragement

    Chilling out..


    Z6, 24-70/4S.

    Technicolor of old?
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    Thanks Jorgen

    For those of you that can recall...
    A few days ago, I was listening to a song by the group ' The Doors '; ' Light my fire ". Spurred me into a ' nothing special ' action.

    The result...


    Z6, 24-70/4S

    p.s suddenly reminded myself to listen to Stevie Wonder.
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    ..just some careless Stockholm-mood from last week...





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30S at iso 125 1/25 f5.6 at 23mm through C1 20.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30S at iso 360 1/25 f5.6 at 30mm through C1 20.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30S at iso 320 1/25 f5.6 at 14mm through C1 20.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30S at iso 160 1/25 f5.6 at 14mm through C1 20.0.2





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30S at iso 720 1/25 f5.6 at 15mm through C1 20.0.2



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    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/13, f/1.8, ISO 100, -2.0 EC, VR On
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    this afternoon, with the new Z7-firmware 3.0 AF is quick, and certainly improved, but still got some backfocus issues I have to sort out (why it was spot on at the start of its life, I can't figure out, and backfocusing now I don't get)





    Nikon Z7 with FTZ and 70-200/4G ED at 200mm iso 640 1/250 f4 46%crop through C120.0.2pro



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    Snapshot from D3300.....My Staffordshire bullterrier on her second birthday
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    this afternoon, with the new Z7-firmware 3.0 AF is quick, and certainly improved, but still got some backfocus issues I have to sort out (why it was spot on at the start of its life, I can't figure out, and backfocusing now I don't get)





    Nikon Z7 with FTZ and 70-200/4G ED at 200mm iso 640 1/250 f4 46%crop through C120.0.2pro



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    You should try the new animal eye focus for these -- I think you'll be VERY happy (hint hint)!
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    You should try the new animal eye focus for these -- I think you'll be VERY happy (hint hint)!
    thank you Jack , yes off course, forgot to think about it, that I have to try out! and if only I could find my focus pyramide too, and get it on "deer distance"...perhaps I should start with the +10 John Brew recommended

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    thank you Jack , yes off course, forgot to think about it, that I have to try out! and if only I could find my focus pyramide too, and get it on "deer distance"...perhaps I should start with the +10 John Brew recommended
    Ps. but its only for cats and dogs.....

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    PPS the focus pyramid ain't that good, perhaps better place some 10 matchboxes with an inch between, but nevertheless I've come to a result adjusting the 70-200/4G til -5, for the time being..

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    Last one with the Z6 & 85mm f/1.8 S for a while. If I have time I will try the 85 on the Z50 next.

    From the Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington DC:



    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/4 sec, f/1.8, ISO 100, -1.0 EC, VR On, handeld
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    Copenhagen...




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at iso250 1/40 f6.3 14mm through C120.0.2pro


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