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    Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Our for a stroll today at lunch time with the trusty 105 and D3S. Here are a few:













    Larger versions can be seen here http://www.nikonimages.com/standardg...=272&showall=1 Just click on the magnifying glass.

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    Re: Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Great stuff, Jorge! I'm flashing back to 1970.

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    Jorge, Your Bucking For The MVP Award! Thanks For Turning Me On To This Most Amazing New Favorite Lens! Amazing Work Here!

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    Very nice, Jorge!

    Question: do you shoot in b&w or do you convert in Photoshop or whatever you use?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Nice work indeed!

    Sheesh, I just came across one of these lenses yesterday and was wondering how well it performed. I'm more familiar with the Nikkor 105/2.5, which has always been one of Nikon's "legendary" lenses and a personal favorite. Nice to see the f/1.8 model is another big thumbs up.. !

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    Re: Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Quote Originally Posted by NickScull View Post
    Very nice, Jorge!

    Question: do you shoot in b&w or do you convert in Photoshop or whatever you use?

    Thanks!

    Nick, I shoot everything in raw. I then import them into lightroom make the color adjustments and so on. Afterwards, I make a virtual copy of the image and apply one of the light room presets the adjust them individually to taste.

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    Re: Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Great images Jorge

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    Excellent work.!!

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    Re: Out with the 105 1.8 AIS

    Excellent photos with a fantastic lens. I should use mine more.

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