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    Nice moment, Osman. After all, nothing like family fun, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    Beautiful, Lloyd. I really like the blue flower shot. Some great bokeh with that lens huh?
    Yes, beautiful.

    And yup, this lens is a bokeh machine...




    Couple more, previously posted:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...8_original.jpg

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...0_original.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay stewart View Post
    Beautiful, Lloyd. I really like the blue flower shot. Some great bokeh with that lens huh?
    Thanks, Clay. Yes, the bokeh with that 105 Micro is amazing. Exceeded my expectations for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Yes, beautiful.

    And yup, this lens is a bokeh machine...

    Couple more, previously posted:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...8_original.jpg

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file...0_original.jpg
    Wow. Yes indeed. That shot of the bee is amazing, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Thank you, Lloyd. Dad uses a Canon Ixus in addition to his Nikon D70s, but mom never leaves her Leica D-Lux 3 at home. I wonder how their shots were...

    By the way, I liked your D3 photographs very much. Is there a substantial difference between the outputs of D3 and D700?

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    It would be interesting to see their shots. I always find surprising differences when I'm shooting with another person. Same subjects matter, far different results.

    As for the D3 vs D700, I'm not a good judge. I've just moved from the D300, and there is a substantial difference on some levels there. (although I do miss having my long lenses get a bit more reach). I've used a D700 a couple of times, as my son has one, but not enough to have any sense of the comparisons.

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    (although I do miss having my long lenses get a bit more reach). I've used a D700 a couple of times, as my son has one, but not enough to have any sense of the comparisons.
    Nikon TC1.4E II Extender will bring that reach back with only a slight drop of contrast...very little loss of sharpness. Both remediable in post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Nikon TC1.4E II Extender will bring that reach back with only a slight drop of contrast...very little loss of sharpness. Both remediable in post.

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    Thanks Bob. I have one. I'll give it a try.

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    Wow. Yes indeed. That shot of the bee is amazing, btw.
    Thanks Lloyd. Re the 105VR, as mentionned some time ago it's an underrated lens. While it's considered good or even excellent, it's maybe one of the very best 100 out there.

    With the now more limited reach, your new D3 and a bit of time to master the optimal distance/DOF/light/aperture combinations (i mention this because the full potential don't come easy, and it's somehow disarming at first, but some research is rewarding), with your portraits skills you will undoubtedly get stellar results... with a lot of artistic potential and leeway.
    Definitely not the kind of lens from which you can only get a couple if not one type of results.

    You'll tell us, but in my book the potential is superior to the 70-200mm's on FF. With the prime constraints -but as we all know they're also an asset.

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    Moonlight Observations
    D700 + CV 20mm Color Skopar
    2.5s @ f/3.5 ISO 200
    Camera resting on a Pod.
    Shot NEF, processed in LR 2.5 + SilverFX Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Moonlight Observations
    D700 + CV 20mm Color Skopar
    2.5s @ f/3.5 ISO 200
    Camera resting on a Pod.
    Shot NEF, processed in LR 2.5 + SilverFX Pro]
    Oh my... that is a nice one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Thanks Lloyd. Re the 105VR, as mentionned some time ago it's an underrated lens. While it's considered good or even excellent, it's maybe one of the very best 100 out there.

    With the now more limited reach, your new D3 and a bit of time to master the optimal distance/DOF/light/aperture combinations (i mention this because the full potential don't come easy, and it's somehow disarming at first, but some research is rewarding), with your portraits skills you will undoubtedly get stellar results... with a lot of artistic potential and leeway.
    Definitely not the kind of lens from which you can only get a couple if not one type of results.

    You'll tell us, but in my book the potential is superior to the 70-200mm's on FF. With the prime constraints -but as we all know they're also an asset.
    I think you're right here. I really enjoy that focal length, and I'm partial to primes. The 105VR, and the 85/1,4, are lenses I think will be very nice for portraits on the D3. Some experimenting coming up soon.

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    love the moon light shot !!

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    congrats on the D3. a tip, put some black gaf tape on the top of the prism. i forgot too on one of mine and after a day of shlepping around, it got all scratched up. i did this to my canon's too. anyway, you will love that camera! i beat the heck out of mine.

    tip 2: i NEVER transport a D3 with a lens on it. if you let your camera cap get hot--sitting in a car or whatever, be careful when putting it on the body--it can easily get stuck. had this happen. the nikon mounting on the body and lenses are not as forgiving as canon, so you have to take care putting caps on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
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    congrats on the D3. a tip, put some black gaf tape on the top of the prism. i forgot too on one of mine and after a day of shlepping around, it got all scratched up. i did this to my canon's too. anyway, you will love that camera! i beat the heck out of mine.
    Thanks, great idea, I'll do that. I actually have black gaffer tape on my Leicas (but just to cover the name and logos... attracts much less attention that way), so why not the Nikon, eh?

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    Watched my niece run Cross Country on Friday. (Terrible, contrasty, late afternoon light.) At this point in the race, my niece was dead last. She managed to pass three girls before the finish... but she had fun, so that's what matters. BTW, although it looks warm, it was actually quite cold. I was shivering up a storm, standing in the shade with only a light jacket. There was snow on the ground in this part just 4 days prior.

    D3; 70-200/2.8 VR @ 3.5:


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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Is there a substantial difference between the outputs of D3 and D700?

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    No - I had both D3 & D700 before I bought my D3x and I saw NO difference between D3 & D700 output. Definitely differences in terms of ergonomics & viewfinder but not imagewise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    No - I had both D3 & D700 before I bought my D3x and I saw NO difference between D3 & D700 output. Definitely differences in terms of ergonomics & viewfinder but not imagewise.
    That and the dual card-slots vs. no sensor cleaning. Hopefully the rumored D3s (coming in 3-4 days) will address this last shortcoming.
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    Nice interesting light compositions, Lloyd and Carlos.
    Both the moonlight cat and the racing girls... at each end of the spectrum

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    Some more tribute to the fading ways of the old world's countryside...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Some more tribute to the fading ways of the old world's countryside...

    Very nice, Corlan. That faded look works well. That second image is rather haunting.

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    Taken in Central, HK.

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    D3; 70-200/2.8 VR @ 200/2.8 ISO 1100 (grain not a result of the high ISO) (I'm noticing some vignetting on this lens wide open on the D3). Playing with a b/w conversion, going for a film-like grain. I put the grain in the background area by play with the green slider in ACR.

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    here's a few snapshots i took on sunday...

    Ryo Ishikawa just turned 18 last month and was amazing. Watch for him. He stormed to number 1 in Japan and should mature nicely. notice photogs in pic #1--bad angle....







    famous guy





    Y.E. Yang gets some revenge from Famous Guy



    Spider Man !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    here's a few snapshots i took on sunday...

    Ryo Ishikawa just turned 18 last month and was amazing. Watch for him. He stormed to number 1 in Japan and should mature nicely.
    Nice series. That one dude looks sorta familiar... I guess he's famous enough.

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    Thanks for sharing your always great sport series!

    Btw, check the Reuters photo found all over the world on sports & news sites:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/sport...59A1XV20091012
    http://www.reuters.com/news/pictures...sportsNews#a=2

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    funny, i probably was standing next to matt....i have the whole series i posted. tiger 'pumps' are popular, so you have to remember to always 'follow' thru when shooting him. i ended up sending over a 100 images in yesterday-good day for golf.

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    Hi Lloyd, nice portrait!

    Is the vignetting bothering you? The BW looks just fine, FWIW looking at the processed photo from here the background has a somehow "glassy" quality to it (prob due to essentially transition noise in the mid-grey zone).

    Might very well be an effect the smaller size + jpeg compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post
    funny, i probably was standing next to matt....i have the whole series i posted. tiger 'pumps' are popular, so you have to remember to always 'follow' thru when shooting him. i ended up sending over a 100 images in yesterday-good day for golf.
    Sounds like you had quite the same angle then MS was using a tad wider FL

    2nd and last of the photos posted here are also stunning!
    (even though not as popular for obvious reasons)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Hi Lloyd, nice portrait!

    Is the vignetting bothering you? The BW looks just fine, FWIW looking at the processed photo from here the background has a somehow "glassy" quality to it (prob due to essentially transition noise in the mid-grey zone).

    Might very well be an effect the smaller size + jpeg compression.
    Thanks Corlan. I'm not particularly bothered by the vignetting so far, we'll see over time. I agree about the background... both observations.

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    that 35 F2 does okay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post


    that 35 F2 does okay...
    Yeah, it does okay.

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    Wow. (You mean the Nikkor AF 35/2 D ?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    Wow. (You mean the Nikkor AF 35/2 D ?)
    Ditto - the ZF gang

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo View Post
    Wow. (You mean the Nikkor AF 35/2 D ?)
    yes the nikon one!!!

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    **Sounds like you had quite the same angle then MS was using a tad wider FL**


    you like wider? the series. we were both using 70-200's on nikons










    reuters shot--i think we were pretty close if you look at the line up--he cropped the top. it is amazing our camera's fired at the same split second. this is all while balancing two other bodies, one with a 200-400 on it that was used for the prior shot (which is why the cameras get beat up so much). fun stuff for sure!

    Last edited by fultonpics; 12th October 2009 at 15:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fultonpics View Post

    you like wider? the series. we were both using 70-200's on nikons
    ...

    fun stuff for sure!
    I liked the first one you'd posted all the same

    Actually, to state the truth and the whole truth, from the very first look at both -saw the Reuters earlier today when reading the news- i in fact significantly preferred yours (more stamina, better lateral angle resulting in better gesture separation etc.)... provided though a slight retouching in the background giving a better contrast to the fist than the guy's hat/head.

    Anyway, thanks again for taking the time to share all these great action shots, and for the detailed seies and comments.

    Very, very instructive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post



    that 35 F2 does okay...
    This one Great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    D3; 70-200/2.8 VR @ 200/2.8 ISO 1100 (grain not a result of the high ISO) (I'm noticing some vignetting on this lens wide open on the D3). Playing with a b/w conversion, going for a film-like grain. I put the grain in the background area by play with the green slider in ACR.
    Fine portrait, Lloyd

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    Fulton,
    I like the ones of Mr. Ishikawa the most. They have a story to tell. But I suppose Mr. Woods sells more newspapers and magazines, even though photos of him have been published on a couple of previous occasions as well if my mind serves me correctly

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    From my front porch, 15 minutes ago.

    D3, 70-200/2.8 @ 130/9.5, ISO 200:


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    OK - you win hands down the "best-view-out-of my-porch" contest.

    (terrific picture btw)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    OK - you win hands down the "best-view-out-of my-porch" contest.

    (terrific picture btw)
    LOL.. Yeah, it's not too bad... but we do have some rough weather in the winter to sort of balance it out.

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    BTW, I shot the same view with my Leica M8 just a few minutes ago, using a 75mm CV lens. I posted that on the M8 thread.

    Here's the link for comparison: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showpo...postcount=4270

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    out-of-my-porch, then...

    (click*2)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    out-of-my-porch, then...

    (click*2)
    Nice view too.

    Here's the same mountain a couple of years ago. Again from the front porch:

    D2x, 200/2:


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    One of the next peak to the south. At sunrise. D70, 200-400. Not from the porch, but from the front yard.


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    For us mere near-sea-level mortals, it's good to think about that nasty recycling plant blocking the view from your bedroom window.


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    damn lloyed wtf!!!

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    Where is this porch Lloyd? I love rough winters too!

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    An exceptional view, Lloyd. I'm envious. I can hear Mother Nature calling

    Samut Prakan is on average a meter or so above sea level, and at the moment, most of it is flooded. The taxi driver last night wanted extra pay for probable water damage to his car

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