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    First pics from my D3

    Well, it is time I posted some images. I have not been out with the D3 that much yet, and have mostly done some test shots, but one area where I have pushed the camera a bit is with my daughter, so I have chosen four shots I have done of her which I am pleased with.

    This is also a test of my new frame, courtesy of stealing the idea from Jørgen, and of the great little plugin Mogrify for Lightroom. I will use this frame for all forum posts from now on. I find that a good frame adds a lot compared to unframed shots.

    The first three shots are with the 105mm f/2.5 AI-S, a really nice little lens, but a bit hard to focus exactly wide open. The last one is with my 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 AF-S, which I managed to pick up for €320 used in basically perfect shape.

    The crop on the third shot is a bit of an experiment, what with the unusual 2:1 ratio and the subject in the middle, but somehow I find that it works (and it gets rid of some messy stuff just above the crop).

    Comments and critique appreciated.

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    Re: First pics from my D3

    [QUOTE=carstenw;203131]Well, it is time I posted some images. I have not been out with the D3 that much yet, and have mostly done some test shots, but one area where I have pushed the camera a bit is with my daughter, so I have chosen four shots I have done of her which I am pleased with.

    This is also a test of my new frame, courtesy of stealing the idea from Jørgen, and of the great little plugin Mogrify for Lightroom. I will use this frame for all forum posts from now on. I find that a good frame adds a lot compared to unframed shots.

    The first three shots are with the 105mm f/2.5 AI-S, a really nice little lens, but a bit hard to focus exactly wide open. The last one is with my 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 AF-S, which I managed to pick up for €320 used in basically perfect shape.

    The crop on the third shot is a bit of an experiment, what with the unusual 2:1 ratio and the subject in the middle, but somehow I find that it works (and it gets rid of some messy stuff just above the crop).

    Comments and critique appreciated.

    Very nice, Carsten. I like the frame too. Looking forward to more.

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    Don't know why this one disappeared earlier. I can still see it, but here it is again.

    D3, 300/2.8 @ 2.8, ISO 2000


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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Well, it is time I posted some images. I have not been out with the D3 that much yet, and have mostly done some test shots, but one area where I have pushed the camera a bit is with my daughter, so I have chosen four shots I have done of her which I am pleased with.

    This is also a test of my new frame, courtesy of stealing the idea from Jørgen, and of the great little plugin Mogrify for Lightroom. I will use this frame for all forum posts from now on. I find that a good frame adds a lot compared to unframed shots.

    The first three shots are with the 105mm f/2.5 AI-S, a really nice little lens, but a bit hard to focus exactly wide open. The last one is with my 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 AF-S, which I managed to pick up for €320 used in basically perfect shape.

    The crop on the third shot is a bit of an experiment, what with the unusual 2:1 ratio and the subject in the middle, but somehow I find that it works (and it gets rid of some messy stuff just above the crop).

    Comments and critique appreciated.
    Carsten: Adorable daughter. Good moments well captured and stored. I like your new frame and the linear crop on the third one. The scoop loader's awesome! i wish I had one like that when i was a kid. Cheers, Matt.

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Don't know why this one disappeared earlier. I can still see it, but here it is again.

    D3, 300/2.8 @ 2.8, ISO 2000

    Lloyd: Also very nice. These guys were a bit more aware of you. Cheers, Matt

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    Very Nicely Done.
    Steve - thanks for the comment.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    This is very good

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    Don't know why this one disappeared earlier. I can still see it, but here it is again.

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Carsten, the first one is mega cute. Does it need a tiny bit of sharpening?

    It would also have been interesting to see a focus shift to the mirror image.

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Thanks Lloyd, Matt and Jørgen!

    Matt, the scoop loader/tractor is not hers, but is just standing in the backyard where we live. Our houses, unusually for Berlin, don't have a second row of houses behind, but just a large open area with a couple of private playgrounds.

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    Although she looks quite expert on the photo, she has no clue how to operate it, and it is kinda broken in any case, so she just jiggles the controls. Here she is checking out how the front loader moves when she jiggles the right knob

    Jørgen, yes, that first one could be sharpened a little, and maybe some of the others too. I am trying to use an all-Lightroom workflow, and to stop fretting about post-processing too much, to give myself more time and mind to go out shooting, so I haven't sat down and figured out how much sharpening to do with the D3 on export yet. I will probably do that when I get LR3 (or Aperture 3; I might switch). I do have a second shot with her mirror image in focus, but it isn't as nice. They might make a nice diptych though...
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    Carsten,
    I really like those specially since they all look very natural.

    I would be interested how you like the DSLR experience so far?

    I have to admit that after getting the D700 I now use DSLR much more than before and I have re-experienced the things one can do with a fast AF and beeing flexible with higher ISO.

    Not saying I dont like my Leica M and MF gear, but right now I am in a phase of using more DSLR.

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Three with the D700 and 70-200VRII:





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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Don't know why this one disappeared earlier. I can still see it, but here it is again.

    D3, 300/2.8 @ 2.8, ISO 2000

    Looks like 3 Heavy Hitter's! Great Shot & PP!

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    Re: First pics from my D3

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    First & Last are Fantastic! Nice set!

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    t streng, light,facial expressions...Awesome! Nicely shot!

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    Thanks Tom and Steve!

    Tom, your D700+70-200VRII kit weighs 500g more than my D3+70-300 kit Great shots of your daughter!

    I find the D3 to be a fantastic camera, and it is good for just the things I need, i.e. AF speed, fps, high ISO and bracketing. I do find that I get lazy with it, almost as if my feet stop working, compared to using my M8, though, so I have to force myself to move around to find the best spot.

    Today I went for a walk in the forest, and ended up spending two hours shooting some kids going downhill on their bikes, on a track they have built. The D3 never skipped a beat, and the failed shots were all my fault, i.e. bad framing, poor choice of ISO/shutter speed,etc.

    I thought long and hard about getting the D3x instead, but apart from money, it just doesn't have the same attributes that make the D3 such an awesome camera for me. The only thing I would replace it with at this point would be a D3s, or a D4
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Three with the D700 and 70-200VRII:
    Priceless. Wonderful image quality as well.

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    Hi Carsten,
    I know I wanted to get smaller in size and then made the fault and tried the 70-200VR and just like that lens so much that I carry it quite often.
    Anyways I still really like the D700 and feel more compfortable with its size - however one thing I really liked better about the D3 is the 100% viewfinder.
    With the slightly smaller viewfinder f the D700 I smetimes loose some pixels because I crop more afterwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carstenw View Post
    Thanks Lloyd, Matt and Jørgen!

    Matt, the scoop loader/tractor is not hers, but is just standing in the backyard where we live. Our houses, unusually for Berlin, don't have a second row of houses behind, but just a large open area with a couple of private playgrounds.

    Although she looks quite expert on the photo, she has no clue how to operate it, and it is kinda broken in any case, so she just jiggles the controls. Here she is checking out how the front loader moves when she jiggles the right knob
    Carsten: Nice aerial. She fooled me. Looked like an expert.

    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Three with the D700 and 70-200VRII:
    Tom: Great images. PP is terrific and the expressions are priceless. Love this first one. I know what you mean about DSL and rangefinder. I go back and forth. The 70-200 VR is such a great lens; it's worth carrying around. Right now, I'm in an M7 phase.

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    Now for something different

    D2X, 70-200mm at 200mm. f3.5, 1/30, 100 ISO.

    Shot - so to speak - in a reptile park just north of Mackay, in Qld. I think it is a blue tongue lizard. [I should know - I think I have been away from Aus for too long...]

    Heavy contrast etc to add some atmosphere.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    D2X, 70-200mm at 200mm. f3.5, 1/30, 100 ISO.

    Shot - so to speak - in a reptile park just north of Mackay, in Qld. I think it is a blue tongue lizard. [I should know - I think I have been away from Aus for too long...]

    Heavy contrast etc to add some atmosphere.


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    John, on my screen it turns out pretty dark.

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    - It is dark. Maybe too much. Taken in a dark area, with no external lighting - I think to represent a nocturnal area. I will try - tomorrow - to lighten it a little.

    Thanks.

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    Hundreds of nice pictures here since I last visited this thread. Excellent contributions from ... yea well, all of you.

    My wife and I arrived back from Croatia right before the european airports closed down due to the volcano eruption on Iceland.
    Our first time in Croatia. The country is very beautiful. And very yellow right now

















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    The sign had just been refurbished. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    Hundreds of nice pictures here since I last visited this thread. Excellent contributions from ... yea well, all of you.

    My wife and I arrived back from Croatia right before the european airports closed down due to the volcano eruption on Iceland.
    Our first time in Croatia. The country is very beautiful. And very yellow right now






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    First Spring Maple leaves.

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    Hi Matt, thank you. I appreciate the compliment. I thought about the 180 (once upon a time I had the 180 Canon macro) but I thought the 150 might be a tad more versatile.

    Seattle? You should definitely be out shooting!

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    Matt, I have a bunch of floral macros on http://dweck.zenfolio.com/. Some were shot with the Canon 180 Macro and some with the Contax 645 macro. I think you'll enjoy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    First Spring Maple leaves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    Hi Matt, thank you. I appreciate the compliment. I thought about the 180 (once upon a time I had the 180 Canon macro) but I thought the 150 might be a tad more versatile.
    Seattle? You should definitely be out shooting!
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    Matt, I have a bunch of floral macros on http://dweck.zenfolio.com/. Some were shot with the Canon 180 Macro and some with the Contax 645 macro. I think you'll enjoy them.
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    Aboud: Nice photograph of the leaves. The tonality and light are perfect. The 150 does look like a more versatile lens: faster and more compact. I did tack a look at your floral macros. They're beautiful.

    Your Zenfolio site is great. Excellent work. Thanks for sharing.

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    One more to end my day. Cheers, Matt.

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    Oh, that's awesome, Matt. Beautiful.

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    Re: Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steen (...) What are those bushes/trees? It's spring; shouldn't it bee green? Cheers, Matt
    I believe they are grapevines, Matt. Here's a crop.

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    Kewl composition, nice colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    D2X, 70-200mm at 200mm. f3.5, 1/30, 100 ISO.

    Shot - so to speak - in a reptile park just north of Mackay, in Qld. I think it is a blue tongue lizard. [I should know - I think I have been away from Aus for too long...]

    Heavy contrast etc to add some atmosphere.


    Cheers,

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    John...Fantastic!
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    The sign had just been refurbished. Cheers, Matt

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    Beautiful Red's,Crop & Composition, Matt!
    Quote Originally Posted by aboudd View Post
    First Spring Maple leaves.

    150 Sigma Macro on D3x
    Pretty shot Aboudd!
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    One more to end my day. Cheers, Matt.

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    Love the Color & Composition!
    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    I believe they are grapevines, Matt. Here's a crop.

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    Steen, Funky Tree's with Nice Contrast & Color!

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    My Friend's Adorable Daughter...

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    Oh, that's awesome, Matt. Beautiful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
    I believe they are grapevines, Matt. Here's a crop.

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    Steen: Thanks. I thought grapevines and then thought that they'd have leaves by now. Fantastic forms set in the yellow flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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    Kewl composition, nice colours
    Jorgen: Thank you. Staying out of trouble?

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    ...Beautiful Red's,Crop & Composition, Matt!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Steve: Boy, these are terrific! Can't pick a favorite. They're all excellent. But, #1's a photo your friend will cherish for the rest of his life. "AndThats-QuantumPhysicsInANutshell" hidden in the url. Descriptive. Wish I had you as a friend when our daughter was that young! That lens was a great choice. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Here's another one that I found while cleaning out to make more room on the HD. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Thank you!



    Steve: Boy, these are terrific! Can't pick a favorite. They're all excellent. But, #1's a photo your friend will cherish for the rest of his life. "AndThats-QuantumPhysicsInANutshell" hidden in the url. Descriptive. Wish I had you as a friend when our daughter was that young! That lens was a great choice. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Kindly Appreciated Matt!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's another one that I found while cleaning out to make more room on the HD. Cheers, Matt.

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    This made me smile. Action cuteness

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    Matt,
    Unfortunately the trouble is over 100km from my father's house, where I spend most of my time now. I go in there once a week or so, but never get shot at

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    This made me smile. Action cuteness



    Thanks Jorgen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Just a few more with the new 24, 1.4... (it's tough posting images after Rayyan)....

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    D3, 24, 1.4
    Steve, these captures are an excellent demonstration of the 24/1.4 and your
    photographic skills.

    well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    A couple from this morning. Next to the MIT boathouse... in the rain.

    Both with the D3, 300/2.8, ISO 2000:


    Lloyd, the second image captures the vibrance and atmosphere perfectly.
    a super pic. I can't see the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Don't know why this one disappeared earlier. I can still see it, but here it is again.

    D3, 300/2.8 @ 2.8, ISO 2000

    Lloyd...I can see it now. this is heavy for me. the lens and the jog. very well captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Steve, these captures are an excellent demonstration of the 24/1.4 and your
    photographic skills.

    well done.
    Thank You Rayyan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love these reflection shots! So much going on but in a different dimension! Timothy Leary or Stephen Hawking would be proud...
    Steve: Thank you! Or, both; although, based on my distant past, Timothy Leary's more familiar to me.

    Cheers, Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    My Friend's Adorable Daughter...

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    D3, 200VR 2.0
    Steve, these are timeless and beautiful. I think that the last two are specially outstanding.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Three with the D700 and 70-200VRII:




    PRECIOUS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    The sign had just been refurbished. Cheers, Matt

    D300; 80-400mm; 1/320 @ f/10; +2/3 EV; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    One more to end my day. Cheers, Matt.

    D300; 85mm f/1.4; 1/250s @ f/1.4; -1 EV; ISO 250


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    Matt, excellent contrast in the sign and beautiful rendition in the flowers.

    Regards.

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