Manual Focus Nikon Glass
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Jorge Torralba
Registered: May 16, 2007
Total Posts: 2506
Country: United States

duahau02 wrote:
My Gear: D300s + Zoom Nikkor 43-86 f3.5 AI


OngMat by trghieu2002, on Flickr


Wow. amazing!



duahau02
Registered: Jun 12, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Vietnam

@kwoodard: Thanks for view my pic and comment


DSC_8480 by trghieu2002, on Flickr



duahau02
Registered: Jun 12, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Vietnam

@Jorge Torralba: Thank a lot


DSC_8489a by trghieu2002, on Flickr



a.RodriguezPix
Registered: Oct 31, 2011
Total Posts: 2237
Country: United States

One more weird one, using the Nikon D800 plus Nikkor 28mm 2.8 AIS I newly acquired! xD


a.Rollei.Brujo.rodriguez-30 by aRolleiBrujo, on Flickr



duahau02
Registered: Jun 12, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Vietnam

My Gear: D300s + Zoom Nikkor 43-86 f3.5 AI


DSC_7807 by trghieu2002, on Flickr



amlsml
Registered: May 02, 2010
Total Posts: 1435
Country: United States

Shooting my Bow and arrow and my 20 f4!!!looks like the bow is right on, still working on the lens, had a strange thing happen to my d600. When i put an Af lens back on all I got was an ERR message, could I have meddled up the AF system with mf glass?



Socalpicman
Registered: Aug 07, 2013
Total Posts: 156
Country: United States

Been in Lurker mode, outstanding shots as always All. Nice bug and flower shots, love the space center pics. I want to start shooting my 16 2.8!
Need to shoot your bow with your camera now, just don't shoot your camera with your bow . Haven't shot my bows for three or four years now.

Thanks all,
JD



Zichar
Registered: May 13, 2009
Total Posts: 3598
Country: Singapore

Andy - was it an AF-D lens? Did you lock the aperture to the smallest?

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Thanks everyone, I've been rather pleased with the outcome from film so far.
The workflow is also a bit easier since I don't sharpen.
Dean, if you can get the opportunity, Penang is an amazing place to visit
Very tourist-friendly, great food, and the core old quarters are very walkable, loads of photo opportunities

Fyi, the woman typically wears yellow-rimmed goggles, protects the eyes from the smoke I suppose
I once knew this seller, my childhood supper place for years - the man had vision problems when he grew old, job hazard from facing he smoky wok daily
Forbade his kids from continuing the business, sigh
In an odd coincidence, that stall is famous for fried flat noodles with egg ... and Ron posted right after that

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Found this scene to be amusing
The juxtaposition between woman on chair and the come-hither one in the poster
The machine looked a japanese mecha discard



transmogrification by Zichar, on Flickr


jhinkey
Registered: Jan 08, 2010
Total Posts: 6227
Country: United States

Just sold my 50/1.2 AIS to tanpatnode (Tanner) - he's in high school and just picked up a nice condition D600 to use it with.

Hopefully he'll participate in this thread. I also let him gander at my 200/4 AIS, 135/2 AIS, 45/2.8P, and 16/3.5 AI to let him know there is a whole lot of great MF glass out there.

Though sad to see the 50/1.2 go, the circle of lens life continues as the old has been passed on to the new. I'm sure he'll take some great images with it.

Tanner is the first FM'er I've met in person, though there seems to be a fair number of us here in Seattle.

- John



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

rankamateur wrote:
Another of the wife's mouthwatering creations from dinner last night. Nothing goes to waste here. Leftover spaghetti fried with cheese and eggs. 28 2.8 AI-S


Do you have another seat at the dinner table? Looks very good.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

leighton w wrote:
A little parking deck abstract with the 180.


180/2.8 AIS by Leighton W, on Flickr


Nice graphics here Leighton. Looks very modernistic for the Shenandoah Valley.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

Oosty wrote:
Thanks for the positive comments. As you can imagine I'm still playing serious catch-up and am not sure who posted what and when. I love the doors and have a little contribution. From a very old tithe barn converted into a commercial "arts and crafts" centre.



Nice composition Peter. I like this a lot.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

Stokesey wrote:
And just to finish the day ....

I got home to find this in the kitchen ...

Well I couldn't resist getting the camera out ... again

A round cucumber (yellow) a green one and a tomato

ISO800

180mm @ f2.8

Steve


Nice saturated colors Steve.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

leighton w wrote:

I like your "exhibition" shot. It would be cool to print it, frame it and then hang it on the wall next to painting.


+1 Georg. Nice b&w.



mp356
Registered: May 31, 2009
Total Posts: 4447
Country: United States

Thank you everyone for the comments on the door and sunset images. Here is another with the 18 3.5 ais. An old 1938 Mack fire truck For Sale.



geezfools
Registered: Jun 05, 2008
Total Posts: 123
Country: United States

jhinkey wrote:
Just sold my 50/1.2 AIS to tanpatnode (Tanner) - he's in high school and just picked up a nice condition D600 to use it with.

Hopefully he'll participate in this thread. I also let him gander at my 200/4 AIS, 135/2 AIS, 45/2.8P, and 16/3.5 AI to let him know there is a whole lot of great MF glass out there.

Though sad to see the 50/1.2 go, the circle of lens life continues as the old has been passed on to the new. I'm sure he'll take some great images with it.

Tanner is the first FM'er I've met in person, though there seems to be a fair number of us here in Seattle.

- John



I saw you posting about letting go of that lens, I think it may have been an older thread too and was VERY tempted to ask if you were ready to let it go. Glad it went to a fellow FM'er! Also, saw the kendall katwalk photos and MUST do that hike, hopefully before winter sets in and I can't do the katwalk. Anyways, rambling, love the photos!



jhinkey
Registered: Jan 08, 2010
Total Posts: 6227
Country: United States

geezfools wrote:
jhinkey wrote:
Just sold my 50/1.2 AIS to tanpatnode (Tanner) - he's in high school and just picked up a nice condition D600 to use it with.

Hopefully he'll participate in this thread. I also let him gander at my 200/4 AIS, 135/2 AIS, 45/2.8P, and 16/3.5 AI to let him know there is a whole lot of great MF glass out there.

Though sad to see the 50/1.2 go, the circle of lens life continues as the old has been passed on to the new. I'm sure he'll take some great images with it.

Tanner is the first FM'er I've met in person, though there seems to be a fair number of us here in Seattle.

- John



I saw you posting about letting go of that lens, I think it may have been an older thread too and was VERY tempted to ask if you were ready to let it go. Glad it went to a fellow FM'er! Also, saw the kendall katwalk photos and MUST do that hike, hopefully before winter sets in and I can't do the katwalk. Anyways, rambling, love the photos!


Hey Dustin - Welcome to FM. Another FM-er almost bought it, but backed out. Tanner was at the right place at the right time and didn't live too far away.
Glad you enjoyed the Kendall Katwalk - hopefully some good fall weather will appear before the snow makes it's appearance and you'll get up there.
Looking forward to your photos!

- John



Foggy14
Registered: May 01, 2010
Total Posts: 1137
Country: United States

Scott, you've posted some really nice images lately. Love the door.

Andy, the composition of the second arrow shot is very cool.

Americo, love the last "weird" one; a very nice look.

duahau02, beautiful work!

Leighton, I really like the abstract with the 180/2.8.

Peter, love the Mont Blanc shot!

Steve, terrific "salad" colors.

Jose, lovely Jacaranda flowers. Have a great trip.

Georg, very nice shot from the exhibit.

Ray, I've really enjoyed your shots from Kennedy.

Chin, "transmogrification" is a crack up!



Foggy14
Registered: May 01, 2010
Total Posts: 1137
Country: United States

Here's a subtle one. Any more subtle and it would have disappeared entirely.



a.RodriguezPix
Registered: Oct 31, 2011
Total Posts: 2237
Country: United States

Foggy14 wrote:
Here's a subtle one. Any more subtle and it would have disappeared entirely.




This is a very nice photo! I seriously do try as hard as possible to produce something semi decent at the least, but most of the times, I end up with what I confess, is something kind of embarrassing! i still post it however, but the fact still leaves me feeling uncomfortable! My goal usually is to try and attempt still art, or even something remotely visually astounding! I don't want to "sing the sorrow" very much, but I get very disconcerted at times regarding photography, that I often want to just quit!



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