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saph
Registered: Jun 10, 2012
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Looks like only 36 copies of the 13mm 5.6K were produced - supply and demand I guess.

http://photosynthesis.co.nz/nikon/ai1356.html

kwoodard wrote:
rafaelcasd wrote:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Nikon-Nikkor-13mm-f-5-6-Non-Ai-Ultra-Wide-angle-lens-34-limited-13-f5-6-/171031443266?pt=Camera_Lenses&hash=item27d244b742

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Nikon-Nikkor-6mm-f-5-6-220-fisheye-lens-w-finder-in-original-box-6-f5-6-/161015985675?pt=Camera_Lenses&hash=item257d4cf60b


Wow... Why so pricy? Rarity?



saph
Registered: Jun 10, 2012
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Thanks Georg, yes, the chess player was in harsh light. Took a few tries at exposure, then a bit more work in post.



saph
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Leighton, nice B&W portrait of the author.

Rafael, I like all the red but the blue encinatas pineapple flower stands out too, especially the closeup.

Ben, super use of the 24 PCE.

John, the Mariners screen looks bigger than the stands below it.



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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saph wrote:







Samy, I really like the razor thin DOF in this one.


leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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Ben , love the perspective of this monorail. What's the "Kodak preset" you speak of?



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
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Country: France

leighton w wrote:
I met this guy at the Market's Pupuseria. He's an author visiting Staunton for a book signing. He told me it's taken 24 years to grow his hair this long.



Nice b/w conversion Leighton!



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
Total Posts: 3777
Country: France

bruni wrote:
Thanks Scott

very funny Phillippe - interesting that I 'forced' you into a $300 lens and you forced me into 2 lenses that cost 10 times as much. One of us is obviously a fool. (but I like the shot of the taxi with the 180)

I got nothing - I rode out west today and took this on the way. It's not much - I'm only posting it because I like the way the Kodak preset came out.

ben



Ben, one of us is rich, that's all!
You make me laugh with your " I got nothing" while you post superb pictures. Man Ben you are what we call here a "Diva"!



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
Total Posts: 3777
Country: France

saph wrote:
Waiting for the next move.. 55 1.2S, f/4


Samy I really like the first one, well seen and funny picture!



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
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Country: France

georgms wrote:
Philippe, I can't help it - I just love your way to see and capture the world ;-) Stellar set above - Oppède-Le-Vieux must be a place where the time stands still. Beautiful village (except for the clay bear on the last picture ;-).


Georg, i can't believe you noticed such a detail ! You're right, what a bad taste ! Probably a Belgian invader !
btw love your local beach shot. You're a really talented photographer!



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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Lieutenant Z wrote:
leighton w wrote:
I met this guy at the Market's Pupuseria. He's an author visiting Staunton for a book signing. He told me it's taken 24 years to grow his hair this long.



Nice b/w conversion Leighton!


Thanks Philippe! I love what you've been bringing to the table lately.



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
Total Posts: 3777
Country: France

Thank you Leighton and thanks everyone who commented on my shots!

The old chuch of Oppède Le Vieux in Luberon with the 50 1.8 ais :



Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
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with the 180 :



leighton w
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Lieutenant Z wrote:
Thank you Leighton and thanks everyone who commented on my shots!

The old chuch of Oppède Le Vieux in Luberon with the 50 1.8 ais :


This looks like an early stone version of the flying buttress cathedrals.



leighton w
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
Total Posts: 12621
Country: United States

Some of the flowers from the market.


Backlit Tulips/50-135mm/3.5 ais by Leighton W, on Flickr


Marigolds/50-135mm/3.5 ais by Leighton W, on Flickr



pburke
Registered: Oct 08, 2010
Total Posts: 3009
Country: United States

More from my recent trip to California

20mm f3.5 AIS on D600 handheld f/11 1/40s ISO 100, polarizer







105mm f2.5 AI'd on D600 handheld, 1/1,000s f/2.5 ISO 100








105mm f2.5 AI'd on D600 handheld, Polarizer, 1/400s f/8 ISO 400







105mm f2.5 AI'd on D600 handheld, Polarizer, 1/100s f/4 ISO 100







philipj
Registered: Dec 01, 2010
Total Posts: 885
Country: Switzerland

Thanks to Scott, Rafael, Philippe, and Samy for comments on my 28mm shots!

Really enjoying Provence (Philippe), the 20mm f/3.5 shots from Peter, Leighton, your spinning lettuce shot was great, and it's always fun to see Higgs, amongst others.

John, are you sure you want to let your 50mm f/1.2 AI-s go?!



Oosty
Registered: Mar 09, 2009
Total Posts: 4212
Country: South Africa

Ben - very nice pic of the monorail. What would it look like "normally" processed?

Phillippe - love Provence. Have you visited Bonnieux and Gordes on this trip? Photographers paradise!

Leighton - so glad the snow has gone ( for now ). All the market and related shots are excellent.

Peter - very good work. One good thing about building with cardboard - it doesn't take long for it to disappear!



pbraymond
Registered: Oct 23, 2009
Total Posts: 1944
Country: United States

Thanks for all the comments with the geese and deer chase picture. The 105 f2.5 AIS lens held up well to the needs of the D800 in this session, and this was a fairly severe crop.

Peter, the first picture of this series is outstanding.
http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/929565/2813#11513538

The camping trip (esp the pic with the starburst and tent) makes me want to pack up my backpack and hop on a place to the mountains.

James, love the detail in the 200mm micro shots. I placed mine up on the B&S board in March hoping to get some $$$ for the March Nikon rebates on some current AF lenses (I know, hang my head in slight shame), never got an offer high enough to let go. Can't say I regret keeping it, sweet lens.

Georg, superb efforts as usual. Even the starburst one you lament.

Leighton, salad spinner is awesome. Super job conveying the color and motion.
I also very much like the first "flowers" from the market picture, cateye bokeh and all.

Phillipe, the taxi image put a great big smile on my face.

Rafael, Alien Life 2 w[pineapple is a beautiful plant!



saph
Registered: Jun 10, 2012
Total Posts: 3699
Country: United States

This squirrel was looking straight down at me and chirping away from about 30-40 feet above. 400mm 5.6 + TC 16A for this and the other two images.







Flowering branch






Red winged-blackbird - shadow lifting in post to bring out the darker parts.








pbraymond
Registered: Oct 23, 2009
Total Posts: 1944
Country: United States

Resorted to faithful golden hour chase yesterday morning. Got a couple with MF lenses I like. Not terribly inventive I know :-). Today is rainy and dreary in northwest Ohio.

Both with the D800 and 50-135 f3.5 AIS. I find flare tricky to manage with the sun in the picture with this lens, thus the omission of the sun within the first picture. I have others of the same setting with the sun in the picture with the 70-200 VR2, so there has been progress in the battle against lens flare. I tried to work for some form of artistic flare and / or ghosting, but fast changing light at golden hour does not afford too much opportunity.

I left the flare spot in the second picture though it would have been trivial to clone out in this instance just to show the flare characteristic of this lens in this instance. Could not get a sunstar either, and I tried the whole aperture gamut including f32.

Ray



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