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mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4357
Country: United States

MarkdV wrote:
Some shots from Bregenz, with the 35-70mm excel the seagulls which was the 105mm. Miserable weather, even the ducks were unhappy. Still, who can be sad with such great lenses to play with.



Hi Mark, nice series. I like the seagulls on the railing.
Scott



mp356
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anthonysemone wrote:
I was cleaning up some files from my Paris 2011 trip and though I'd post some of them here for your enjoyment.



Tony, I like the last one in this series the best.
Scott



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
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georgms wrote:
It's still gray and cold here, time to post a colorful and quite lively (in terms of bokeh) snap taken on a sunny November day:

tiny green stuff in the garden - 55/1.2 Ai wide open on a V1 via FT1



Hi Georg
Thank you for the comment on the berries. I like your greenery image here.
Scott



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
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kwoodard wrote:
Paul Gabel wrote:
Thank you Georg, Peter, Jeff and Ray for your comments on my Noct shots.
Chuong, enjoy your fisheye.
Leighton, beautiful sunset street shot.
Jose, I like your really sharp thrush and flower shots.
Scott, can't say anything about the Silver Effects, but the pelicans came out great.

Three from Thursday, weather is expected to start freezing, so we may be skating here next week.

24mm f 2.8 ai:

_PG23158 by Apapa56, on Flickr


+1 Paul. This is very nice!
Scott

Absolutely love this one!



kings_freak
Registered: Jun 02, 2011
Total Posts: 930
Country: United States

We have a little storm rolling through today, so I stopped on the way into work and shot this. 8 shot pano with the 55mm 1.2.

Tony


Storm Coming by T&J Photography, on Flickr



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
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Ronny, really like your shadow images.

Thank you Laura, Tony (CA), and Leighton for your comments. Here is one from today. Some nice warm sun! Taken with the 28 2.8 ais. Thanks for looking.
Scott



jhinkey
Registered: Jan 08, 2010
Total Posts: 6047
Country: United States

raboof wrote:
WOW, great price for that lens in such condition Reagan.

I am officially joining the fisheye club. Here is my 16mm f3.5 AI'd. I just took about 1hr this morning to make it AI.
Mounted on my D700 just fine now. I will have some images from it soon.








Welcome to the 16/3.5 AI club - I'll let you in on the secret handshake and password when I get a chance . . . .

But seriously, I look forward to your images with it - I'm sure they will be wonderful.

John


raboof
Registered: Mar 04, 2011
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Jose, that is a lovely flower shot.
Leighton, I only used filing tools. I was afraid that I can damage it with the power tool. That's why it took me almost 1hr to get it done.
Georg, thanks. Yes, that image of her on the stairs was from the 15mm. I still keep that lens.
Ray and Paul, thanks. Great shots on your last post, Paul. I like the first one the most.


Here is a quick shot from my 16mm f3.5. My daughter wanting to be Rapunzel princess.










rafaelcasd
Registered: Jan 07, 2011
Total Posts: 1486
Country: United States

Ronny _Olsson wrote:
Thanks everyone !!
Great shot Tony och Jeff
leighton : A really nice steetshot a few pages back .. very good!


Nikkor 135mm f/2 Ai-s by Ronny Olsson, on Flickr


A++++++++++++++++++



rafaelcasd
Registered: Jan 07, 2011
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a.Rodriguezthex wrote:
Today is my daughters last day of chemo, the chemical known as bleomician bleo? We are so relived that everything has gone well so far, thank God! Thank you everyone for your prayers and kind words of support!! Pray this will be her last treatment for life, and for those people fighting and to those searching for a way to kick cancers pardon my words, ASS!!

Have faith and show your family your love for them Americo.



Zichar
Registered: May 13, 2009
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pburke: Wow 1986, nice tache!



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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Georg - WOW! I love the crazy bokeh in the " tiny green" Shot.

Paul - Very nice pier shot, the light is wonderful, exposure was spot on.

Tony - I like the pano, you should have stayed and got wet for a better affect!

Scott - Like the gate post, one of our neighbors has one one similar that I try to capture from time-to-time. I like how you grabbed a portion of this one.

Chuong - Good to know that it only takes a file. Love the image of your daughter.



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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Ray and Monty where are you!?!



vpik01
Registered: Feb 28, 2012
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Jose - amazing macro shot... wow those droplets really do POP!



Mishu01
Registered: Nov 20, 2009
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leighton w wrote:
Ray and Monty where are you!?!


They sold their Nikon gear alongside with Curtis, following Gregory in the Canon land The big problem is that Higgs does crazy things when sees white lenses. Special therapy is wanted!



asiostygius
Registered: Nov 29, 2011
Total Posts: 2645
Country: Brazil

Paul Gabel wrote:

24mm f 2.8 ai:

_PG23158 by Apapa56, on Flickr



Paul, great set, but I liked the most this one.



vpik01
Registered: Feb 28, 2012
Total Posts: 587
Country: United States

Last (big) update from Nikki's time in DC. Sorry for the long tail on getting these out the door... 8 more shots from Chihuly. If you ever get the opportunity I do recommend checking out his exhibits they are a photographers playground. All of the venue's I've been at have not allowed tripods but they are pretty well lit and you can crank the ISO to get your shutter speed. I'll bet some have a specific 'photographers day' that let you bring the tripod. Anyway, enjoy and TGIF!


Great Lens Adventure-DC-19 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-20 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-21 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-22 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-23 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-24 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-25 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-26 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-27 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-28 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr



asiostygius
Registered: Nov 29, 2011
Total Posts: 2645
Country: Brazil

Thanks Peter, Leighton, Georg, Chuong and Scott for the comments.

Georg, that f/1.2 has really a microscopic depht of focus;

Chuong, beautiful debut shot with the 16mm!

Tony, great set with Nikki. I am curious: what is the reasoning behind the tag on the vulture wing??



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
Total Posts: 9493
Country: United States

vpik01 wrote:
Last (big) update from Nikki's time in DC. Sorry for the long tail on getting these out the door... 8 more shots from Chihuly. If you ever get the opportunity I do recommend checking out his exhibits they are a photographers playground. All of the venue's I've been at have not allowed tripods but they are pretty well lit and you can crank the ISO to get your shutter speed. I'll bet some have a specific 'photographers day' that let you bring the tripod. Anyway, enjoy and TGIF!


Great Lens Adventure-DC-20 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr



Great Lens Adventure-DC-24 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr


Great Lens Adventure-DC-26 by Tony DeFilippo, on Flickr



WOW Tony! What a great way to finish with Nikki! These three are outstanding!



vpik01
Registered: Feb 28, 2012
Total Posts: 587
Country: United States

Thanks Jose and Leighton!

Jose, I'm not really sure about the tag. I was told they are Turkey Vulchers.. they were at a county animal rescue center where there is a Dog Park near my in-law's place. #289 was very photogenic on Christmas morning!



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