Upload & Sell: On
Jason, welcome and careful. That 135 f2 has some kind of crazy glue on its mount, it doesn't come off too easily from the camera once it goes on Nothing wrong with using the 135 as a walk around. In fact I haven't used an AF for a walk around for the last two years since I got my first manual Nikkor. And wonderful picture of the little one with the 50 1.4!
Andy, very crisp flower and leaf, well done!
Ray and Scott, what's all this horse trading going on?? That 18mm looks delicious, as does Ray's growing wide family
George with an e (We have a Georg without the e ), thanks for the info on the Df. You and Joan are pioneers along with Ron on this thread with that camera, and I believe quite a few on this thread are wondering how to justify a new camera to their significant ones
Kevin, very happy to see that you are past your latest ill health and can enjoy photography again. Just take it slow and take the fewest possible lenses each time for your photo walks, maybe just the one mounted.
Jay, thanks! And very interesting double exposure on the cliff. That looks like quite a drop.
Ronny, terrific flower set again!
Chin, very well done with that look down that alley. Great capture and post processing. And very interesting corner building with the window air conditioners. I don't know how you can be more productive. Your style is an inspiration!
Scott, thanks. That flower is terrific. Love the light on it and the rendering of the 35 2 background.
Ken, great to see that you are in good enough spirits to post pictures of both your injury and that of the 55 1.2. Once you are healed, I am sure you will find another one.
Steve, love the peony bokeh and other macros! And Curtis, have forgotten about the tubes thread, will have to post a couple there this weekend.
Joan, very nice flowers and the background with your Df + 85 1.4 combo!
Rafael, thanks for documenting that fire, the one with the red flames looks closer and terrifying! And enjoy your trip to Guadalajara, look forward to your photos once you are back.
James, what a serene view at the sea. Even though the smoke from the fire added to the color.
John, interesting photo story of the tornado shelter.
Philippe, the more I read about Camile the more impressed I am at such a young age she took on such a dangerous assignment. Very sad and indeed CAR seems to be in very bad shape from what I am reading. Very unfortunate for the two soldiers too who were trying to keep the peace in such a dangerous environment.
Nuno, congrats on the 85 1.4 acquisition. It never disappoints, you will love it. Give it some time and you will be more used to it. I would keep the 85 2 also, its not quite as stellar (or popular here), but its got its own, different style from the few examples I have seen on this thread.
Peter (Kynsna), I have been enjoying the classic cars the past week or so since you have been posting the pics.
Thanks folks for the comments/likes on the set from the museum. Looking again at the comparison between the Ultramax and the Agfa photos of the sarcophagus, the Ultramax color is spot on. The Agfa might be better where I want to have more of a saturated look.