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Was thinking of burgers all day yesterday and gee look what showed up in this thread Nice series Leighton. It's gonna sound silly asking this, but does this mean you only get to eat apples once a year? Pretty sure you have them in the market,no? What's special about city apples? Had to re-read that to make sure you weren't referring to new electronics...

Wow Georg, never? That's quite amazing. It's kinda amusing; as a kid I used to pester my folks for a fast food fix but now that I'm older and capable of buying boxes and boxes of that stuff, I find myself hunting the slow food of my childhood



Oct 24, 2013 at 01:06 AM
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Georg, just looked up Bauernfrühstück.

Bauernfrühstück is a hearty German Farmer’s Breakfast… usually made up of bacon or ham, potatoes, onion and eggs. Bauer means farmer and frühstück means breakfast.

I am ready for a second dinner, a burger and a Bauernfrühstück sound good




Oct 24, 2013 at 01:12 AM
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Bauernfrühstück literally translated means "famer's early piece"

I always wondered why there isn't a Spätstück in the German language - a "late piece" - for food eaten in the evening.

I'm bored



Oct 24, 2013 at 01:18 AM
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Georg I'm enjoying your building shots! Do you have an example of one unshifted and shifted with the 85mm?

Jorge That's quite the portrait! What a character.

Leighton That food shot made me start up the grill. Lovely countryside in your neck of the woods.

Scott Lovely cat, wish I had my pair of Maine Coons still.
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Here's one I call 'Tourist Industry' 24 PC-E





-Jay-



Oct 24, 2013 at 02:03 AM
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p.3350 #5 · p.3350 #5 · Manual Focus Nikon Glass


leighton w wrote:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7450/10445380473_e0a629822c_b.jpg
Annual Apple Trip/28/2.8 AIS by Leighton W, on Flickr

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7389/10445199544_24e44f864e_b.jpg
Annual Apple Trip/50-135/3.5 AIS by Leighton W, on Flickr


Very nice Leighton. Have you ventured southwest a bit to that waterfall? Bet that would be impressive in the fall colors.



Oct 24, 2013 at 02:05 AM
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saph wrote:
Steve, the 28 3.5 PC is a neat lens to use, and Jose recently got hold of a 35 PC lens. Both those are a bit less expensive than the ones that Georg and Ben wield Georg sure has been posting some great examples of how to use the PC lenses.



Samy, would the 28 3.5 PC work on a D7000 DX?



Oct 24, 2013 at 02:08 AM
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Georg, Like the home town PC shots. I wasn't prepared for hamburgers in Australia...there they use organ meat in the patties. It was quite a shock compared to the US.

Jorge, wonderful portrait.

Leighton, the sandwich looks delicious, and the countryside is gorgeous. Great shots.

Samy, the bokeh of the 135mm f2.0 is dreamy...like Canon's 135mm f2.0. Your kitty has beautiful eyes!

This is Phoebe at 4 months old (last month)...she is still growing into her legs. Nikkor 16mm f3.5







Oct 24, 2013 at 02:14 AM
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Nikon Rumors has the new Nikon Retro (D4H?) at $3,000.00 wow, was hoping it would be in the 2k range.
Leighton A home brew and a cheese burger is the perfect meal in my book Great scenic view to boot, perfect day!.
Great shots all

JD



Oct 24, 2013 at 03:28 AM
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Thanks guys. I pulled out the f6 ans shot some kodak porta 160 nc and tmax 400. The ones i posted were scanned with my minolta 5400 ii and converted to bw. Here are some recent film shots.

http://zeissimages.com/standardgallery.php?membercollection=1337&showall=1



Oct 24, 2013 at 06:04 AM
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A quick one tonight with the 400/5.6 and D800. Super heavy crop, no real post processing.
Very very foggy here in Seattle, but fortunately for me I live 360 ft. above sea level which tonight is just above the fog.

I'll try for some more shots like this tomorrow night.

- John





Late Evening Arrival

  NIKON D800    400mm    f/8.0    1/500s    800 ISO    -0.3 EV  




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Cool scene of the tranquil beach across from the smoking industry. Very nice Jay.

HCE HCE wrote:
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Here's one I call 'Tourist Industry' 24 PC-E
http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5529/10450445955_82d93e5904_o.jpg
-Jay-




Oct 24, 2013 at 08:45 AM
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James, kitty says thanks. You have a cool model for the 16 fisheye, and reminds me of when mine was that tiny and scrawny

Scott, the 28 3.5 PC should definitely work on the D7000.

Ken, great start to your manual Nikon collection, apart from the other lenses you have.

John, really enjoying your jets kicking off moondust images!



Oct 24, 2013 at 08:52 AM
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With all this talk of a digital FM2, question I have is if Nikon would even consider making a retro lens with the classic style scalloped focus and aperture rings. Or would those be too much for the AFS motor to handle?


Oct 24, 2013 at 09:21 AM
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Thanks to all for the very nice comments.

Reagan - Good to see you pop in. Stick around for a while.

Samy - Wonderful cat shot. You nailed focus on those eyes, just perfect! I'm with you about the "new camera". The one rumor said it could use pre-ai lenses, that would open up a whole new way to shop on ebay.

Chin - We get a whole bunch of apples and keep them in a cooler to enjoy all Winter. No one at the market grows the kind we're looking for. As far as "city apples" this place is WAY out in the country!

Jay - I like your image, the people swimming with the industrial scene in the background is somehow surreal looking to me.

Scott- We headed Southeast this time, but thanks for reminding me about the waterfall. I think we'll take another trip next week and check it out. Could you possibly tell me the name of it again?

Jorge - Very nice scan. I don't remember Tmax looking that good. I'll have to dig some of my old Tmax prints up and have another look.




Oct 24, 2013 at 10:59 AM
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jhinkey wrote:
A quick one tonight with the 400/5.6 and D800. Super heavy crop, no real post processing.
Very very foggy here in Seattle, but fortunately for me I live 360 ft. above sea level which tonight is just above the fog.

I'll try for some more shots like this tomorrow night.

- John










Worthy of another look. I think this is the best one so far!




Oct 24, 2013 at 11:01 AM
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georgms wrote:
Leighton, I have a ton of 28mm-lenses, but never tried the 28/2.8 Ais ;-) A 28/2Ai (or an Ai'd 28/2 N) was my go-to-lens after I moved to FX for newspaper-stuff. The fairly new 28/1.8 AF-S is excellent, but pretty large. So, who knows, if I should stumble over a nice Ais... ;-)
Btw, I've never had a Big-Mac in my whole life. Right after the fall of the Iron-Curtain I've tried West-Berlin's very best Döner-Kebab (quite popular here, some kind of a Turkish Burger) and didn't liked it that much, so I steared clear of this kind of food. Shortly
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I think you NEED a 28/2.8 AIS It's a killer lens and I KNOW you could use it well.

I agree with you about fast food burgers, not my choice either. Now that "Bauernfrühstück" looks delicious. I'll ask our German vendors about it. Who knows, maybe they will even make me some while they're cooking their Brats at the market!



Oct 24, 2013 at 11:13 AM
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saph wrote:
Reagan, its your lens shopping season again

Leighton, marvelous scenery in Virginia, as well as the burger

Steve, the 28 3.5 PC is a neat lens to use, and Jose recently got hold of a 35 PC lens. Both those are a bit less expensive than the ones that Georg and Ben wield Georg sure has been posting some great examples of how to use the PC lenses.

Jorge, very nice portrait from your 50 1.2 AIS lens.

Here's one with the 135 f2 AI. Cat on her regal perch.

http://i1290.photobucket.com/albums/b530/sa_maryland_fotofun/2013FallBaltimore/CatOnPillow_zpse1f5074c.jpg



Gorgeous cat!!





Oct 24, 2013 at 11:45 AM
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Finally, 15 rolls of film back from the lab. It's murder waiting for your shots sometimes. Anyway, back to participation here. Here's some shots from walking the streets of Xi'an China. All these are on Fujifilm Neopan 400 film, using any of my 3 lenses, 24mm f/2, 50mm f/1.2 or 85mm f/2. With film I get no EXIF information so I can only guess what lens I used.

It was crowded during the holiday week.







These guys are pounding some kind of sticky grain/candy. They pound it until it is really flat, like toffee I think.







More street side food.







The Xi'an Bell Tower, something like 700 years old.







The Xi'an Drum Tower, again, really old.











Oct 24, 2013 at 11:55 AM
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rattymouse wrote:
Finally, 15 rolls of film back from the lab. It's murder waiting for your shots sometimes. Anyway, back to participation here. Here's some shots from walking the streets of Xi'an China. All these are on Fujifilm Neopan 400 film, using any of my 3 lenses, 24mm f/2, 50mm f/1.2 or 85mm f/2. With film I get no EXIF information so I can only guess what lens I used.

It was crowded during the holiday week.

These guys are pounding some kind of sticky grain/candy. They pound it until it is really flat, like toffee I think.

More street side food.

The Xi'an Bell
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Great stuff, RM. Always enjoy your images.

There's a real 3D quality about the first one.



Oct 24, 2013 at 12:16 PM
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RH, I have to agree with Dean, the first one is very nice. I love the look of Neopan.


Oct 24, 2013 at 12:50 PM
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