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Nikon WedNEsDAy PiC #46

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Jose Angel , Nov 11, 2009; 02:32 a.m.

Important notice: please keep your pics under 700 pixels width for inline posting and even more important, please keep the FILE SIZES UNDER 300Kb. Notice that this includes photos hosted off-site (Flickr, Photobucket, others). As a reference, notice that my pic is near 100Kb.

The general guidelines for this WedNEsDAy PiC threads, are here.

Hi! A bit earlier this morning, I`m not going to the office, then I`m posting from home. I wanted to play some macro stuff, with all that paraphernalia (for this pic a PB-6 bellows + PN-11 fully extent, a reversing ring for the 105/4Micro, the D700 as master and SB-800 as remote, focusing rail, tripod... ). I didn`t have any subject and gone for it... the only one I found was this poor dead fly at the stairway landing!

D700 @ 800ISO, 14bit RAW, 105/4 Micro inverted (1/60 - f16), SB-800 in TTL. Processed in NX2 as usual.

Please feel free to post your favourite pic if you like, taken with Nikon gear. Thanks all.


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Justin Weiss , Nov 11, 2009; 02:40 a.m.

D700, 50mm f/1.4 AF-D @ f/6.3, 1/200 sec, ISO 400

Sanford Edelstein , Nov 11, 2009; 02:42 a.m.

D50, 18-200mm Nikkor Zoom. B&W conversion done with PSE 8 B&W conversion tool.


The Carmel Mission

Jana Hughes , Nov 11, 2009; 02:45 a.m.

Hello everybody,
Thank you, Issac, for your kind comments on my photo last week.
This week a picture from a photoshoot I did for friends of mine, David (the man in a photo) has already done a bit of modeling few years ago, so it was very easy to work with him.
Nikon D700, 24-70mm f/2.8, 1/125s, ISO 400, f/2.8


David

Monika Epsefass , Nov 11, 2009; 02:52 a.m.

Good morning everyone, and happy Wednesday!

Been taking a walk through the local range park, and caught this little "wool pig" basking in the late autumn sun... in winter, it will have fluffy ears with curly fur. Actually, it's a quite old race, which used to be domesticated in old times.

D700 and 70-200/2.8 at f5.6, ISO 200

BTW: Sanford, very touching shot!

Rene' Villela , Nov 11, 2009; 03:05 a.m.

Good evening everyone!

Thank you for the comments on my shot last week! It was great thread!

Well! It's time to start shooting birds again!
I'm on the road today and I'm posting from my car. It was funny coz I forgot to get something ready for today. I took this shot early this morning. I work on it at McDonalds and now is ready…. Fresh from the oven! I had tried so many times to get a cormorant but they never let me get close enough before. It was raining and this guy was sleeping. So I kept climbing the rocks until I got close enough. Then he woke up but it was already too late. He kept looking at me, maybe trying to remember if I was already there before he went to sleep. I think he really didn't know what to make of me. So he let me take so many shots. Finally I got too wet and left and as soon I turned around he flew off….
I think I have better shots than this one but I don't have the time….
I hope is good enough for a WeDNeSDaY!

Cheers!


300 Combo - TC17eII - SB600 - Flash Extender - AP f/6.7 - 1/80s

Alejandro Held , Nov 11, 2009; 03:06 a.m.

Hello all
Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat) The biggest, U shaped fall of the more than 270 falls that form Iguazu Falls. On the Argentine side walking long catwalks you can reach to the border.
D300 + Tamron 10-24@10mm - 1/100 - f11 - ISO 200
Thanks to Issac Sam, Tiffany Brook, Savitri Wilder, Uzay Ki┼či and Ken Yamamoto for your kind words about last week pic
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Devil's Throat

Dan South , Nov 11, 2009; 03:12 a.m.

Upload numero uno failed... retrying...

Francesco Pessolano , Nov 11, 2009; 03:12 a.m.

That is fast! Today it is holidays in Belgium so easier to post!
Some days ago I went to my very first Rally. Very nice to see and to photograph, even if with some challenge in panning photos. Main problem, I ended up with hundreds of photos and no time to do something with them.
Most people were also worried since they stated watching rally is dangerous. I now understand why and instead of posting a nice rally shot I want to share this one:

Title: Stupidity on Rally

D700, afs24-70@70mm, f/11, 1/100s, iso200 (no processing)

Hamish Gray , Nov 11, 2009; 03:14 a.m.

In deep thought...


D300 & 70-300VR

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