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MDoc9523 wrote:
Here are a couple images from our day trip to Charleston, SC. We had a great time walking around the old part of the city and I couldn't resist a little street photography.

One can only wonder just what lenses Ray used for these pretty pictures?



Nov 07, 2012 at 04:22 PM
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My favorite, of course, the 16mm 3.5



Nov 07, 2012 at 04:56 PM
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Big Appa wrote:
Recently I acquired a very nice 105 2.5 AIs lens from Chuong. I had a learning experience with pay pal and he was very patient with me. Some nice folks on this
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The sky was blue and clear today, after many days of dreary weather. So we, the D200, the 105 and I went for a walk.

Ed



Ed, nice work with the 105. Cab ride in a steam engine sounds like a lot of fun! I am envious.
Scott



Nov 07, 2012 at 05:20 PM
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Beautiful portrait Alan


+1 Alan. Beautiful light.
Scott



Nov 07, 2012 at 05:25 PM
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MDoc9523 wrote:
Another terrific image Jose


I agree. This is very nice. Like the softer yellow light. His eyes are very neat.
Scott



Nov 07, 2012 at 05:30 PM
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Wow Ian you have been around and each one of that diverse set of shots is just superb! And these are all film??

Samy

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Oh dear. Where to start?

I live in a little village in the hills east of Manchester and run the village shop, Post Office and a children's nursery, among other things. The jobs allow me to be here when my girls go to school and be here when they come home. I do a little photography for cash but not at commercial rates - I'd rather shoot a lot because I love it and I don't want it to become another job. I also teach a little photography locally but never for money. I'd hate it to become something I
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Nov 07, 2012 at 06:15 PM
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Trying to backtrack and look again at images that have zoomed by.

John, when I came across the first image earlier it made me think of an extraterrestrial planetary landscape.

Samy

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A few more from Haleakala - these have had some major PP surgery done to them to compensate for the blue cast from the blue sky and the extreme (and I do mean extreme) dynamic range of the scene. Also the telephoto shots accentuate the haze in the air, which comes out blue and is troubling to compensate for.

John




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saph wrote:
Wow Ian you have been around and each one of that diverse set of shots is just superb! And these are all film??

Samy


You should go through his Flikr page... Very impressive.



Nov 07, 2012 at 06:22 PM
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Well taken Monty. That 2.8 aperture setting is perfect for getting just the right level of abstractness to the background. (At least my perspective).

Samy

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Nov 07, 2012 at 06:23 PM
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Thanks Kevin, now I am

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You should go through his Flikr page... Very impressive.




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Is this thread great, or what?! We attract such a diverse group of folks with such fascinating life stories who are so committed to photography and to Nikon MF lenses that we don't spin off into subjects that could stir rancor or division. Amazing to be with folks willing to help each other out, to treat one another with respect, kindness, generosity. As Georg noted, it is a rather rare environment in cyberspace where folks seem intent on putting one another down for various and sundry reasons.

Love to hear a bit about your journey Ian. You definitely belong on this thread. I won't ask questions but I'm certainly intrigued by what you were doing during those years of traveling not as a journalist. The few photos you share are very evocative and definitely in contrast to your wonderful portraiture. And that you've organized your life around being as available as possible for your daughters raises your stock even higher. As many have already said, I'm delighted your found us. I know I've said that many times to many people who hang out in this corner of cyberspace, but it is true... with so many great people I encounter here, it remains for me the best place to be spending time when on the internet.

Thanks everyone for tending to this thread with such care.



Nov 07, 2012 at 06:34 PM
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Ed, happy to hear about your new lens and pleased that Chuong took such good care of you. Although the 105 is a bit longer with the cropping factor, I've no doubt you'll enjoy shooting with it. I note your bokeh play in the first two photos. This is a great lens and you are a fine photographer. That is a wonderful combination. I've been loving the autumn photos you've been sharing of late. Have fun and keep sharing photos.


Nov 07, 2012 at 06:39 PM
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Amazing Ray, how the 16 f/3.5 works on a cropped camera. I've been shooting a bit of late with the 24 f/2.8 AI-s and your photos, which are effectively 24mm seem very familiar. That they were taken with a fisheye lens is mind boggling...

Here is a shot of Sue with the 24 f/2.8 AI-s after our walk on the beach.




Nov 07, 2012 at 06:43 PM
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Thanks, Curtis. And thanks for starting this thread. We have a wonderful diverse group here, all pretty darn good at photography!

Ed



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Big Appa wrote:
Thanks, Curtis. And thanks for starting this thread. We have a wonderful diverse group here, all pretty darn good at photography!

Ed

+1!!



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Ben has suceeded where Curtis failed for a year. I hate the 50mm. I didn't need a 50 mm. But Ben obliged me to buy a 50/1.8 ais









Nov 07, 2012 at 08:29 PM
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Lieutenant Z wrote:
Ben has suceeded where Curtis failed for a year. I hate the 50mm. I didn't need a 50 mm. But Ben obliged me to buy a 50/1.8 ais


Philippe, the posted example is not too shabby for taken with a hated focal length ;-)



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Lieutenant Z wrote:
Ben has suceeded where Curtis failed for a year. I hate the 50mm. I didn't need a 50 mm. But Ben obliged me to buy a 50/1.8 ais



WOW - fantastic - for someone who's supposed to hate it, you've taken to it brilliantly - I'd say you definitely NEED a 50 Phillippe - and we need you to keep sharing the results.

btw - I'm very flattered.

ben



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CGrindahl wrote:
Amazing Ray, how the 16 f/3.5 works on a cropped camera. I've been shooting a bit of late with the 24 f/2.8 AI-s and your photos, which are effectively 24mm seem very familiar. That they were taken with a fisheye lens is mind boggling...
Here is a shot of Sue with the 24 f/2.8 AI-s after our walk on the beach.
...


Curtis, this picture has a wonderful oldtime-feel on it. The B&W-treatment is great and the composition very nice.


MDoc9523 wrote:
Here are a couple images from our day trip to Charleston, SC. We had a great time walking around the old part of the city and I couldn't resist a little street photography.



Ray, the 16/3.5 works amazingly well on the D7000 - do you let Lightroom or another software "de-fish" the pictures?



Nov 07, 2012 at 08:54 PM
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bruni wrote:
WOW - fantastic - for someone who's supposed to hate it, you've taken to it brilliantly - I'd say you definitely NEED a 50 Phillippe - and we need you to keep sharing the results.

btw - I'm very flattered.

ben


+1, fantastic first entry with your new lens Philippe, though we've come to expect nothing less with photographs at other focal lengths!

Why do you hate 50mm if you don't mind me prying?



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