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Ray (from Florida) - beautiful work with the 85/1.4 and impressive demonstration of the 100-300/5.6's abilities when coupled to a D600 (and your hands). I'm still in awe about the size of the butterflies (everything's bigger in America, right? ).
Leighton, congrats to your home-brewery
Dean, thanks for sharing your thoughts about the D800e's exposure. I shoot in M-mode 98% of the time, because I've never seen a camera that got the exposure to my liking everytime. I prefer to make the mistakes myself instead of letting the camera err'.
edit: Just read the follow-up: I hope you'll find a nice mint D700 - it's still a great camera.
Ray, I still prefer the original stitch from your bridge-shot. I like the mood of the trail-sign-image.
Paul, great to see you posting again! Great set from the "Jazz&Wine"-event! My personal fav is the piano-player - for it's perfect timing and great composition with the reflections of the notes.
Scott, congrats to the 16/3.5! The spring-flowers in front of the house are a very nice first subject for this gem.
Jose, the crater-images are stunning. Pictures of barren landscapes like these really benefit from detail-richness (sorry, can't find better words for it).
Rafael, the flower-field-images are amazing. Somehow I like the first shot the most - mother and daughter in between those colorful flowers - very nice!
John, the animated PanSTARRS-shot is way cool!!! The Olympic-Mountains-pano is spectacular - for sure an olympic task for every computer ;-)
Mark - sorry to read about your loss. Nice set of images, my favorite is the last shot. Shot #2 would benefit from cropping player #6 away in my opinion.
For fast-moving team-sports like soccer or rugby a lens with IF (like the old pro-tele-lenses like 400/3.5 IF-ED and so on) together with a good prism-screen in the cameras finder would lift up my keepers-rate dramatically, but not on AF-level.
Ronny, good job with the "tubed" 135/2! The second image is really cool - like the eye of an crocodile.
Designdog, great work with the 25-50/4! I'd love to try this lens, maybe someday...
Peter, I hope to see that 105mm-stitch later. The landscape is highly photogenic.
Jeff, I just love, love, love the Twin Points! Beautiful photograph (-ed) and a conversion that really floats my boat
Tony, wow, love the rendering of the old 24/2.8! Very nice test-subject, and a tricky one - the venerable Nikkor did well against the sun.