Nikon Wednesday 2014: #51

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    Hello Nikon people, and a good Wednesday to all. It's that too-busy holiday time of year. No chance to shoot in the last week - it's all been post work and other projects. Which is OK, since it's when I re-encounter some out-takes from earlier event work. This particular project had many aspects to it, but the most enjoyable part was working around a bunch of complex rigs and shoot the people putting it all to work. A lot of the action happened after sunset. Hopefully the rest of you have had more time to shoot in the last week. Share some photos!
  2. ShunCheung

    ShunCheung Administrator

    Nikon D810 with 85mm/f1.8 AF-S @ f2, 1/160 sec, and ISO 800. The silent mode on the D810 works great.
  3. I learned a new word: "Catitude"; see front of cart
  4. Hi everyone, I've not shot anything new since last week, so it'll have to be another one from our Disneyland day last week.....
    A little Princess, I presume Cinderella, lost her shoe...... when we came back through the loop, it was gone. Hopefully back on the correct Princess's foot ;)
    D800 with the 50 mm f/1.4 again@ 50 mm, 1/250, ISO 1000

  5. Have you ever touched your nose to a plasma sphere?
    D800e iso 3200 85mm f/1.8 afs @ f/2
  6. Had a friend from out of town and on the way to Coast Guard Mus. we stopped to get some mud. Actually, I discovered a real nice restaurant in the building (no signs on the outside).
  7. It's a little colder in Boston now, but he's a reminder of fall a few weeks ago, in the beautiful Mt. Auburn Cemetery:
  8. Merry Christmas!
  9. [​IMG]I applied the liquify filter to certain portions of this image
  10. An older shot, recently processed.
  11. Here are mine for the week. Christmas cactus flowers. It's that time of the year again for these flowers :). Nikon Df w/Nikon 105 mm macro D. Enjoy.
  12. Traeth Dinlle, approaching sunset
  13. My wife works on weaving a place mat at a recent art and craft show.
  14. I got a Rokinon/Samyang Tilt-Shift 24mm f/3.5 lens for a birthday present
  15. It was a cold foggy day but ...
  16. playing with a new lens makes up for that :)
  17. The little helper
  18. out of a series, exhibition comming in nov. 2015, vienna
    nikon f100, kodak portra 400, 50 1.8
  19. Neighbors asked that I get a shot of the family for their holiday card. Typical, in front of the tree sort of thing. I agreed, but in exchange, I got to play a little bit. D7000 w/ 85mm 1.4D, ISO 280, 1/60 @ f1.4
  20. as i am sitting here and watch my pc export files...for atleast two more hours... i can aswell link you another shot.
    this was taken from my tumblr:
    enjoy the upcomming holidays, and have a good start into a new year.
    see you next year
    santa and his little helpers
    shot with a d3, 14-24 @ 24
  21. Hello Nikon friends! I wish everything is fine with you! Love your shots, thanks for sharing them! Cheers!
  22. Merry Christmas.
    The night time denizens of the site I've been shooting at, clearly want to have Christmas too.
  23. A little more to explain the one above
  24. Lil Judd:Lovely shot of Cinderela's lost shoe, works very fine in BW.
    Tony Hadley: Simply wonderful Tony!
    John Eckman: Nice little helper!
    Norbert Wabnig: Very good street photo. I Like the way this gentleman "tilts" to the right, nicely seen and comosed for that matter, and the sparkle of flame between the fingers.
  25. Last one for the week. How can you not love working in a place like this?
  26. We recently had the first hard frost of the year and I came across this frosted leaf early next day.
    D800 + Tammy 28-75mm @75mm and closest focus.
  27. A small crop of the above leaf showing the cubic structure of the ice crystals.
  28. Its been a busy month for me and I haven't had time to get out with my camera, hence, I am posting some winter shots from the past. This first one was taken out of my car window on the way to work. It was March, and we had a late snowfall, covering this person's bike.
  29. Winter woods.
  30. Ice fishermen.
  31. Merry Christmas...
  32. Carousel at the Senate Square in Helsinki.
  33. More photos from the train gardens we hosted the last two weeks. I had a fun time with light painting of the toy trains at night and taking inspiration from O. Winston Link and Kent Staubas.
  34. The Hiawatha rolls past a drivein theater.
  35. Academic bookstore.
  36. Rolling through Iowa on the Super Chief. The grain elevator is modeled by a friend who grew up in Iowa.
  37. I fouled up and posted this on last week's forum. A change from snow scenes. After I finished photographing the family at the beach for a Christmas picture, he managed to slip off the rock. The water was cold but he enjoyed it.
  38. This is our Dog Duke
  39. Nikon D300, 35-135 f3.5-4.5 AF Nikkor @ 135 f8: built in flash, front curtain, 0 compensation; ISO400, 1/125.
  40. John Harper,
    That is a very realistic shot of that train and grain elevators. Very nicely done.
  41. The Christmas Market in Helsinki was very busy on Saturday and Sunday.
  42. Hi guys! Hope you are all fine. Long time no post... Not sure if I have posted this image earlier. My daughter's ballet class at year end show...
  43. Coming home from the everglades I got stuck on the wrong side of US1. All East West streets where blocked as a motorcycle run from Miami to the Keys was underway. With nothing but to wait I grabbed a camera and lens out of my truck to make the wait easier. The name of the event was "Cops ride for kids" and there was thousands of bikes. I got lots of good shots but I never seen this bike called a T Rex before which I thought was a pretty cool looking bike. So here it is.
    Thanks for looking.
    D300 w 70-200 vr1
  44. We had a disastrous snowstorm that knocked out power for a long time. But the power company people were out in force. There were about 6 buckets to the mile on this stretch.
  45. The stickiest snow I've ever seen, it just would not fall off or melt off. But it sure was pretty!
  46. [​IMG]As my mother would say, "the devil finds work for idle hands". This shot is a small section of my camera backpack.
    Panayotis - thanks for the 'mention'. Your bench shot is also quite appealing.
    Matthew (Vermont) - we had snow like that in Montreal but did not get any blue skies and now the rain is beginning to wash it away.
  47. Ray House

    Ray House Ray House

    Got treated to a day at Safari Park.
  48. Ray House

    Ray House Ray House

    Second one...
  49. [​IMG]
    Nikon D800E + AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G
  50. Ralph, is that airport in Texas?
  51. Ha! No, it's Honolulu International!

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