Upload & Sell: On
Beautiful kitty, and beautiful shot.
Resumed checking out the 35mm f2 OC. Both images wide open. The lens seems plenty sharp centrally at f2. Checking out background rendition too. Haven't had the chance to look at smaller apertures yet.
Great light to work with there, Reagan.
Took the 105 and the 25-50 this morning different location just after sunrise
Maybe try the Tudor home again when there's no trash can in front of it, and the cell phone is a Nikon with a Nikon lens attached?
a handheld whilst driving, at low speeds, Nikon D700 + Nikkor 85mm f/1.4 AIS photo, of alocal, and very lovely Tudor style home. I used LR4 to adjust color to my liking, keep in mind, my monitor is uncalibrated, i am color blind, and i have very low processing skills! I like the colored one better, because it shows what people of yore saw as well, despite color photography possibly not being available at their times. However, the B&W's are nice as well, sadly, they need a better processor! the odd number 7, is a cellphone photo of my home
Hi ddog, I think you'll like the D700. I've got it, along with a D3, and a couple D300s', D1h's, a D200, and a D1x, that I use for MF lenses, depending on my mood.
Just an update to thank you guys again for your guidance. Really wanted to go with the D600, but everywhere I looked I saw oil/dust and Nikon's aversion of the issue. Just did not want to go through the hassle.
So my little-used (under 1k actuations) D700 will be here early next week. Interesting that my ONLY lenses for it are Nikon MF, at this point. I had all of the best Canon zooms with my 7D, and frankly got bored with them. The X Pro1 or X100 will remain my travel cameras, but I envision the D700, with the 28 2.8 and 50 1.2 getting around as well.
I actually own no zoom lenses at this point.
I will post some photos here when I get some experience. Thanks again!
Then again, maybe not, since one's a lot lighter than the other, and fits easily in a pocket. BOTH are fun to have.
Yea, I will be here a while. Ray is trying to convince me that I need a 85 1.4 but I really like the 105 and they are awful close in FL
I wasn't sure at first but now I am glad I switched cameras
Ray wasn't trying to "convince" you to buy the 85mm. I said if you did buy it you would probably sell the 105