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    Yes, the lens is a small jewel, perfect for travelling. I hope Nikon will make a 70-200 f4 of the same caliber.

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    Yes, the lens is a small jewel, perfect for travelling. I hope Nikon will make a 70-200 f4 of the same caliber.
    I am leaning toward the 70-200/2.8 when it becomes available, assuming it is as stellar wide open as the 24-70/2.8 is. For travel, I have the 70-300/4-5.6 AF-P VR lens -- it is very lightweight, of course has VR and is surprisingly good optically from 70-200. It deteriorates to 'softish' at 300, but remains somewhat usable. I was playing with AF tracking yesterday with it just for fun, horrible light too, but here's a shot to show what it does at 300mm handheld at f6.3. A female ruby-throated hummingbird drinking from my fountain, this is just the in-cam jpeg and sooc:

    Full sooc jpeg resized for web:



    Actual pixel crop from above in-cam jpeg:



    >>>Update Edit. I quickly reworked the nef in C1, and have to admit even I am surprised at how much more was in the file to be had. Here is the same crop as above, but from the C1 nef -- I'll let you draw your own conclusions about color and detail improvements, but do call your attention to what are now recognizable as pollen remnants on her beak from her flower foraging . Not too shabby coming from a relatively inexpensive zoom! :

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    Dark Times - Zoonosis. Z7, 85 S.

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    Nikon D40, AF-S DX Nikkor 55-200mm f/4-5.6G VR @ 200mm (300mm equiv.), 1/100, f/5.6, ISO 400 (September 2009)
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    Quarantine photography 101. A local gate in the older part of town. Z7, 14-30 at 24, 1/30 @ f6.3, processed in C1 and PS:

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    Like you I finsh my images in PS before posting and/or printing. C1 can't really do everything, besides many steps are easier/more familiar in PS than in C1.
    As for the posted image, I feel it would be stronger if you crop a bit off the bottom. Just my opinion of course.

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    I am leaning toward the 70-200/2.8 when it becomes available, assuming it is as stellar wide open as the 24-70/2.8 is. For travel, I have the 70-300/4-5.6 AF-P VR lens -- it is very lightweight, of course has VR and is surprisingly good optically from 70-200. It deteriorates to 'softish' at 300, but remains somewhat usable. I was playing with AF tracking yesterday with it just for fun, horrible light too, but here's a shot to show what it does at 300mm handheld at f6.3. A female ruby-throated hummingbird drinking from my fountain, this is just the in-cam jpeg and sooc:

    Full sooc jpeg resized for web:



    Actual pixel crop from above in-cam jpeg:



    >>>Update Edit. I quickly reworked the nef in C1, and have to admit even I am surprised at how much more was in the file to be had. Here is the same crop as above, but from the C1 nef -- I'll let you draw your own conclusions about color and detail improvements, but do call your attention to what are now recognizable as pollen remnants on her beak from her flower foraging . Not too shabby coming from a relatively inexpensive zoom! :



    Thank you for the update on the 70-300mm lens. I have missed some shots with the 70 mm limit. Comparing C1 to an ooc Jpeg does not say a lot. How does conversion with C1 compare to ACR or similar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    How does conversion with C1 compare to ACR or similar?
    I have not used ACR in a very long time, so cannot answer definitively. I've become very used to (and like!) C1's UI and capabilities for storing and converting files. I tried NX-D out, and with some work, got to a very comparable result as C1. But being more facile with C1, it was of course easier.
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    Yeah, that sums it up pretty well for me too.

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    In-balance:



    Nikon Z50, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S (127.5mm equiv.), 1/1250, f/1.8, ISO 100 (February 2020)
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    Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, 1/25, f/1.8, ISO 100 (February 2020)
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    Quarantine Photography 101, "Vacant House." Z7, 24-70/4 @ 24mm & f6.3, de-key-stoned and cropped to square in C1:

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    Yesterday's walk. The Z7 with the 14-30, both at 14mm @ f6.3. About 1 stop of vignette added in post for effect, the lens does not vignette that much naturally

    A new local ballpark that should be filled with kids, but isn't being used at all. (Just FYI, the 14-30's hood is pressed up against the chain-link for this capture ):



    And next, a version 2 of the vacant house:

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    Nikon D810, AF-S Nikkor 24mm f/1.8G, 1/50, f/8, ISO 800 (October 2015)
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    Dark Times 4. Interspecies?

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    From today's sojourn, another old gate. This "J Gate" is original to the house, which was built about 100 years ago. The "J" hinge stands for the last name of the family that built it, Job. Their grandaughter, who is perhaps a little older than me, still lives there(!)

    Z7, 50/1.8S wide open at f1.8. Converted to B&W in C1. (PS: I am most impressed by the Z7 sensor in this harsh-light capture -- look at the detail remaining in both the highlights and the shadows. Not only that, I did add a wee bit of black and bumped contrast a bit as well... Pretty impressive, at least to me.):

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    Classic rendering?



    Nikon Df, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S, 1/200, f/2.8, ISO 100 (September 2019)
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    One last time, with the old faithful...



    Nikon D810, AF-P Nikkor VR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E @ 300mm, 1/200, f/5.6, ISO 64 (April 25, 2020)




    Nikon D810, AF-P Nikkor VR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E @ 185mm, 1/160, f/5.6, ISO 64 (April 25, 2020)

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    From today's walk, playing with a newly acquired macro. Nikon Z7, FTZ+Tamron 90mm macro at f4 handheld. These flowers are about the diameter of a shirt button:

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    From a walk a few days back, spied in what I'm guessing was a child's "play fortress" Z7 with adapted 35mm all-manual Petzval, about f4 with a little crop:

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    I think these are called Shamrocks?, guessing by the leaf pattern, as I know it.
    We have them in our yard, they grow wild.
    I have seen 3 different flower variants in our yard, all white, all yellow, and these purple ones you show here.
    The white flowered ones are same size as these, and bigger.
    The yellow flowered ones are much smaller than these purple ones.

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    From today's walk, playing with a newly acquired macro. Nikon Z7, FTZ+Tamron 90mm macro at f4 handheld. These flowers are about the diameter of a shirt button:

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    Z7 & 24-70/f4
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    Df, 24-120mm/ f4.
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    beautiful, Rayyan, nice to see a Df swinging and processing again. I miss it, but it's just there within my reach, so just a matter of time and mood...
    (and I certainly wouldn't mind a further Df-flow(!)...)
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    Albania at a distance.
    Z7, 24-70/f4 zoom

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    Albania close:

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    Got a 105 VR macro to play with. Just having fun after today's walk. Z7, 105 VR macro, f5.6:

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    Thanks Thorkil, and all the other wonderful folk for the ‘ likes ‘.

    Taken a while back.

    Stay safe.
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    beautiful, Rayyan, nice to see a Df swinging and processing again. I miss it, but it's just there within my reach, so just a matter of time and mood...
    (and I certainly wouldn't mind a further Df-flow(!)...)
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    Sloth and Monkey? Z7, 105 VR Macro/FTZ, handheld f4, converted to mono in C1:

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    Another from the 105VR macro -- really starting to like this lens for its bokeh... Z7/FTZ, 105VR macro at f5.6. Output jpeg processed and cropped square in C1:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Another from the 105VR macro -- really starting to like this lens lol. Z7/FTZ, 105VR macro at f5.6. Output jpeg processed and cropped square in C1:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    ??? Image ????

    You caught me in the middle of re-uploading the correct version lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Thorkil, and all the other wonderful folk for the ‘ likes ‘.

    Taken a while back.

    Stay safe.
    Do you still got it, Rayyan, the Df?
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    Yes Thorkil. I still have the Df.
    But not being used since January 2020!

    Best.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Do you still got it, Rayyan, the Df?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Yes Thorkil. I still have the Df.
    But not being used since January 2020!

    Best.
    then Rayyan, promise me, or better yourself, never to part with it. It's a tresure.
    If not every day, so every other day I'm longing for using it again.
    Neither do I, have used for a long, long time.
    The Z is putting itself in ones hand like a glove (but pictures from the Df foremost feeds my mind like cream served for a cat)
    Pictures from the Z are really nice too (but braincells can be unfaithfull, but as long it's just the Df, I do forgive myself...)
    I won't protest if you do engage yourself with your Df once in a while..
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    Apologies in advance, I suspect you're all tired of flowers, but I don't have much else to shoot right now... From today's walk, playing with the Petzval 60mm. Cam is Z7; rose @ f8, white weed @ f5.6, both processed in C1:



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    Jack, those are just great. Happy you are able to process in C1. I would love to ditch Adobe, but just cannot “get” C1 - probably the same reason I can’t use Lightroom. I like and use Luminar as a plug in for Photoshop but no print engine keeps me from using it as a stand-alone. I should probably just buy Imageprint (or whatever it’s called) and get over it but a separate license for each printer is silly, IMO, not to mention expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Jack, those are just great. Happy you are able to process in C1. I would love to ditch Adobe, but just cannot “get” C1 - probably the same reason I can’t use Lightroom. I like and use Luminar as a plug in for Photoshop but no print engine keeps me from using it as a stand-alone. I should probably just buy Imageprint (or whatever it’s called) and get over it but a separate license for each printer is silly, IMO, not to mention expensive.
    John,

    Full disclosure, I still use PS too! I have some insignificant little actions I use regularly, like one that puts a 2px border around my web images; and "stroke" is not available in C1 (at least that I've found!). But all my conversion, sharpening, clarity, color, vignette, perspective corrections, crops, etc all get done in C1 now -- it just does them so easily and well. I would still print from PS as well as I like it's print management UI and ability to view and edit in the output profile, but my Epson 7900 lost a channel and I'm waiting to decide on my next LF printer, or more importantly *if* I even want to invest in that side of output again...
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    Going through the archives, while staying at home, I was looking through them...
    I do hope the D700 is not too distant a memory ( to be included in ' oblosete ' image thread )!!


    D700, and the zf 35/2 ( obsolete too ? ).

    Stay safe, stay well my friends.
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    An oldie for all D700 lovers ..... sometimes I wonder why we bother to upgrade....

    Hier wache ich by SB Portrait Photography, on Flickr
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    Dark Times. Nikon Z7 with my ancient Micro-NIKKOR 55mm f/2.8 Ai-S with FTZ adapter.



    Really needs to be seen at 100%. See the following link. https://www.keithlaban.co.uk/Covid-19_Katydid_Crop.jpg Click on image to see full size.
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    My favorite flower. Found another and had to do it again. Z7, Lensbaby Twist 60 @ f4, processed in C1 and PS:

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    A couple of Magpies D850 600mm f4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    My favorite flower. Found another and had to do it again. Z7, Lensbaby Twist 60 @ f4, processed in C1 and PS:

    Wonderful colours and funky bokeh there Jack!
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    Some images from Venice, Sept.-19. Z7 and 24-70/4.











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    A few more from Venice. Z7 and 24-70mm/4.










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    sorry for dust - 30 pictures stacked through C1 - Helicon Focus 7 - C1. Had to try it out..





    Nikon Z7 with 50/1.8S at iso 64 1/1.6s f8 - C1-20.0.4pro



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    Looks fine Thorkil, your new camera?
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    My last two images from Venice. I think Venice has to be one of the most photographed cities on the planet, so excuse me for the unavoidable cliches. The first image is late evening sun on the San Marco square. The last is the warm morning sun hitting the roofs of the city. Approaching the lagoon of Venice from the sea early in the morning is just magic and hard to capture in a photograph. This is my modest attempt.
    I hope you have enjoyed my little series, and thank you for looking.

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    Thanks a bunch friends


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