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    Steve: Stunningly beautiful! Lloyd's right. That third one's my favorite. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Flowers are a nice winter subject. Here's a few more. Don't have the D3 or D300; but, i still have the 180mm. Cheers.

    1. D3; Sigma Macro 180mm f/3.5; 1/250s @ f/14; ISO 720


    2. D300; 1/640s @ f/18; ISO 800


    3. D3; Sigma Macro 180mm f/3.5; 1/30s @ f/14; ISO 800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another beauty Matt. Which model of the 1.4 is this? Is it the new one?
    Just remembered your question. Yes, it's the newest AF-S 50mm F/1.4G. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Whoa!!! These leave me speechless! Great lenses for sure, but consistently impressive results with lots of different lenses just goes to show that it's the photographer that matters... clearly true here.
    I am honored by your word's my Friend. Thank You!
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Stunningly beautiful! Lloyd's right. That third one's my favorite. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Matt, Heartfelt Thanks.
    Your set is also Fabulous! # 2 is my favorite. Love the framing,color,lines ,light & flow.

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    Steve, the last two flower shots are plain fantastic, colourful as h... heaven.
    Did you significantly increase the focal plane separation in PP? Well done anyway!



    Matt- really like the multi level contrast on the second piture above. Gorgeous!

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    Passo Giau, Dolomiti, Italy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve, the last two flower shots are plain fantastic, colourful as h... heaven.
    Did you significantly increase the focal plane separation in PP? Well done anyway!


    Thanks C! No focal plane separation in PP.

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    Ario...Bellissimo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Just remembered your question. Yes, it's the newest AF-S 50mm F/1.4G. Cheers.

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    Thanks Matt. I've toyed with the idea of getting that one, but I'm not unhappy with my old one so I'm not sure if I'll make the jump just yet. Is there a big difference, in your experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ario Arioldi View Post
    Passo Giau, Dolomiti, Italy.
    Spettacolare! Gran bel bianco nero!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Flowers are a nice winter subject. Here's a few more. Don't have the D3 or D300; but, i still have the 180mm. Cheers.

    2. D300; 1/640s @ f/18; ISO 800

    All of these are terrific, Matt. But this second one... wow!

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    Beautiful mountains, Ario.

    I went to a party this evening. There was entertainment. Dancers.

    D80 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0


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    Sparkling!



    (and an impressive spot on focus for a moving subject for 85mm @ f2)

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    Steve/Lloyd/Corlan: Thanks.

    Lloyd: It's the only Nikkor 50mm that I've owned since my Nikkormat days. I think it's a very good lens and dirt cheap by Leica standards. Impressive Italian!

    Arlo: Very nice B&W's.

    Jorgen: Great capture. You have all the fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I went to a party this evening. There was entertainment. Dancers.
    Very nice, Jorgen, and a stunning b/w!

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    Thanks, guys. It was a lot of fun.

    Corlan, I practice hard to get on terms with the AF on the D80. The reason is that I've found that a D90 is probably my next camera, since it's very convenient to have two more or less identical bodies, and since I'll wait to buy a pro body until Nikon comes up with something that suits my needs better (a D700 with video and/or higher resolution or a D300 with video features as good as the 7D).

    On this one, I used AF-C, and since there was a followspot on the dancers, which gave strong, contrasty light, I just needed to wait for a pose that had as many body-parts as possible in the same focal plane as her face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Beautiful mountains, Ario.

    I went to a party this evening. There was entertainment. Dancers.

    D80 with 85mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0

    Superb! Bravo!

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    Here's a couple more shots with the AF-S 50mm F/1.4G. Cheers.

    1. D700; 1/750s @ f/1.4; ISO 200


    2. D700; 1/250s @ f/1.4; ISO 200


    3. D700; 1/250s @ f/1.4; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's a couple more shots with the AF-S 50mm F/1.4G. Cheers.
    Those are really nice, Matt, and that last one is stellar. I may have to give that lens a little more consideration. I have a friend who has one, and complains that it is a little slow focusing. How's that compare with your experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those are really nice, Matt, and that last one is stellar. I may have to give that lens a little more consideration. I have a friend who has one, and complains that it is a little slow focusing. How's that compare with your experience?
    It seems pretty fast to me. I believe, I read, that it was improved over earlier ones. Might depend on the body? Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    It seems pretty fast to me. I believe, I read, that it was improved over earlier ones. Might depend on the body? Cheers.
    That might be it, not sure what he's shooting it on. Thanks for the response.

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    I've photographed this guy with an M8, D-Lux 4, D700, and M9. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Matt, flower's are pretty!

    I was waiting for A B&W of this Old Gentleman! Excellent!

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    Plymouth,Ma...

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    D3, 58 Noct 1.2

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    Steve, #3 is perfect! Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Steve, #3 is perfect! Love it.
    Thanks Very Much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Steve, #3 is perfect! Love it.
    That is a great series. I especially love the light in the first one. And I agree about #3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I've photographed this guy with an M8, D-Lux 4, D700, and M9. Thanks for looking. Cheers.
    Yes, and I've enjoyed every one of them you've posted... this on in particular. Great light on him, perfect detail in the beard, just nice in every way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That is a great series. I especially love the light in the first one. And I agree about #3.
    Thanks Double L!

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    Lloyd: Thanks. Hopefully, they were all different ones.

    Steve: I'll echo the rest: great series! I especially like the PP and complexity in the last image. Haven't had a quahog in a long time.

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    Time for a few ducks. These were taken in the U of W Arboretum (Washington Park). Right about where the expanded SR520 floating bridge will go. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

    1. D300; 80-400mm; 80mm; 1/500s @ f/5.6; ISO 200


    2. D300; 80-400mm; 400mm; 1/25s @ f/13; -1 EV; ISO 200


    3. D300; 80-400mm; 80mm; 1/60s @ f/8; -1/3 EV; ISO 200

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    I haven't been convinced about the potential of the Noct until now, but these are great. It's unfortunate that the current state of technology probably prevents Nikon for making a modern version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Steve: I'll echo the rest: great series! I especially like the PP and complexity in the last image. Haven't had a quahog in a long time.

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    Thanks Matt. Really like the saturation & reflections in your duck photos!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I haven't been convinced about the potential of the Noct until now, but these are great. It's unfortunate that the current state of technology probably prevents Nikon for making a modern version.
    Thanks Jorgen. This is one of my favorite lenses. Prices are outrageous on flea-bay!

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    Thanks, guys. It was a lot of fun.

    Corlan, I practice hard to get on terms with the AF on the D80. The reason is that I've found that a D90 is probably my next camera, since it's very convenient to have two more or less identical bodies, and since I'll wait to buy a pro body until Nikon comes up with something that suits my needs better (a D700 with video and/or higher resolution or a D300 with video features as good as the 7D).

    On this one, I used AF-C, and since there was a followspot on the dancers, which gave strong, contrasty light, I just needed to wait for a pose that had as many body-parts as possible in the same focal plane as her face.
    Interesting. I almost never use AF-C because in the end i don't feel that it helps me getting more keepers. In fact, it's an unsettling exercise for me eventually i feel i get some shots that i would probably have missed with AF-S but then end up missing shots that i'd normally get. And of course all the -numerous- AF options, zone, number of focus points etc. might get the whole thing even less intuitive, compared to AF-S.

    Then, as you said, the key is probably in practice.

    (otoh, i'm lazy, so maybe i'll keep shooting 95% of my shots using manual focus)

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    Steve, very cool series above. I'll go with the guys and vote for #3... though i really like the light pattern on #6, as well as the outstanding silvery rendering of the last one.



    Matt, nice ducks!
    Talkiing about which, i happened to cross paths with a couple of those yesterday, here's a photo. Nothing special, light was weird, and i didn't have no fancy tele lens (plain 50mm and a bit of crop)...

    Just a drake, with an attitude:


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Time for a few ducks. These were taken in the U of W Arboretum (Washington Park). Right about where the expanded SR520 floating bridge will go. Thanks for looking. Cheers.

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    Beautiful shots, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Interesting. I almost never use AF-C because in the end i don't feel that it helps me getting more keepers. In fact, it's an unsettling exercise for me eventually i feel i get some shots that i would probably have missed with AF-S but then end up missing shots that i'd normally get. And of course all the -numerous- AF options, zone, number of focus points etc. might get the whole thing even less intuitive, compared to AF-S.

    Then, as you said, the key is probably in practice.

    (otoh, i'm lazy, so maybe i'll keep shooting 95% of my shots using manual focus)
    Corlan,
    I rarely use AF-C as well, except sometimes for sport, but this time, I had no choice. With the shallow DOF and the fast moving dancers only a few meters away, I simply couldn't lock focus and then get the shot in any other way. So I decided to get some much needed practice. You haven't seen all the OOF shots though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Steve, very cool series above. I'll go with the guys and vote for #3... though i really like the light pattern on #6, as well as the outstanding silvery rendering of the last one.





    Thanks Corlan. Nice light bringing out Daffy's colorful appearance!

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    D300, 70-200VR

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    It's fascinating to see which dogs match up with which people. Nice series Steve.

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    Betty Davis eyes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    It's fascinating to see which dogs match up with which people. Nice series Steve.
    I agree... and I like the first two in particular.

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    Betty Davis eyes?
    Too funny Tim. Well seen and captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    It's fascinating to see which dogs match up with which people. Nice series Steve.
    Thanks TR!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I agree... and I like the first two in particular.
    Thanks Friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Betty Davis eyes?
    "And she'll tease you,
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    All the better just to please you
    She's precocious, and she knows just
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    All the boys think she's a spy,
    She's got Bette Davis eyes"!

    Love it!

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    Thanks gents! (Apologies to Bette for misspelling her name)

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    Betty Davis eyes?
    Tim: Nice photo. For some reason, it's very "Japanese" to me. I think it's the simplicity and the transition from gravel to natural wood to steel (should have been polished wood). Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

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    Steve: Great dog and owner shots! Except for the third one - that's actually a kid. It is always a little amusing that dogs seem to match their owners. We used to have a Western Airedale. What does that tell you? Always looking forward to your posts.

    Corlan: That Drake does look like it has an attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Great dog and owner shots! Except for the third one - that's actually a kid. It is always a little amusing that dogs seem to match their owners. We used to have a Western Airedale. What does that tell you? Always looking forward to your posts.

    Corlan: That Drake does look like it has an attitude.

    Steve/Corlan/Osman: Thanks.

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    How very true Matt! Heartfelt Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Tim: Nice photo. For some reason, it's very "Japanese" to me. I think it's the simplicity and the transition from gravel to natural wood to steel (should have been polished wood). Thanks for sharing. Cheers.
    Domo arigato!

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