Nikon Wednesday 2020: #23

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Matt Laur, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. Important: please keep your image under 1000 pixels on the longest side for in-line viewing, and please keep the FILE SIZE UNDER 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site (at Flickr, Photobucket, your own site, etc). Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Wednesday threads are right here:http://www.photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00W7km. This forum's moderators are allowing up to three Nikon Wednesday images per week, so share some work!

    Having had my fill of human behavior this week, I thought I'd let some flora - rather than fauna - fill the space this Nikon Wednesday. D810 with a 24-70 at something like f/2.8. Split-toned in PS. Hope everyone can have a peaceful week! Share some photos, if you please. dogwood.jpg
     
  2. Moth found in the garden, shot with D7100 and 28mm f 2.8 AiS 20200526_5874.jpg
     
  3. Sunrise here in Milwaukee a few mornings ago. I was out and about at 4:30am and was wondering why there were no fishermen and joggers around and then I remembered there was a curfew until 7am here in Milwaukee. It was a nice sunrise so I gambled on not getting a ticket ($600). Nikon D750 with a 16-35mm f4 Nikon lens and Lee GND filter. pierhead400-(1-of-1)-copy-2.jpg
     
  4. Cool. Weird toning and insects. I'm on topic. (I was inspired by others taking dragonfly photos and went out with my IR D90 while there was a lot of sunlight. There was a proper dragonfly briefly passing, but this damselfly - which seems to be a common subject of mine in IR - held still.) Tamron 24-70, because that's completely the wrong lens for the job.
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  5. Infrared grey squirrel is... grey. (Channel swapped the sky, though, because orange is just as weird. And still using a Tamron 24-70, which is still the wrong lens.) I kind of expect this to appear on a hotel room wall...
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  6. Finally, I call this "moonrise and pigeon"; Ansel would be proud. I also call it "don't look too closely", because f/32, a dirty window and ISO 2000+ on a D90 don't mix. I was trying to join the "the 200-500 is cool" thread, but being a D90 I could only have done this at f/5.6, so I actually used a 300/4 AF-S.
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  7. Painted Bunting in Austin, Texas (Nikon D850) DSC_5872.jpg
     
  8. Z6 85mm f1.8S 1/800th f2.2 iso 100
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    Z6 85mm f1.8S 1/2500th f1.8 iso 100 D20_1805-2.jpg

    Z6 85mm f1.8S 1/2500th f2.2 iso 100
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  9. D500 + 200-500mm (@400) + TC 1.4II. ISO 400 1/400 f11

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  10. D750 70-200 FL nikon70-200_21web.jpg
     
  11. D300, 50mm Nikkor
    Concours Week 18d_Pebble Beach_Tucker Movie_1.jpg
     
  12. Zebras in the wild. Nikon D800e, 150-600mm Tamron Zebras.jpg
     
  13. Bark worse than...
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    Nikon 2020 Nikkor 50mm AF-D
     
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  15. D750+Nikon 14-24 No insects, or split toning! Sorry! untitled (5 of 6)-Edit.jpg
     
  16. forgot what day it was, but here's one from a little while ago. Using a flash, it looks as if this dragonfly is trimmed with neon. (D7100, 70-300 AFP)
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  17. 0037NIK Escultura Moderna Miguelón Patio Interior Museo Reina Sofía NAFS18-55VR (2).jpg

    0082NIK Siluetas Ascensor Interior Reflejos Líneas Paralelasl Museo Reina Sofía NAFS18-55VR.jpg

    0058NIK Escultura Moderna Miguelón Patio Interior Museo Reina Sofía NAFS18-55VR (1).jpg

    0061NIK Fachada Balcones Ventanas Tres Edificios C.Hospital NAFS18-55VR.jpg
    Nikon D200. Nikkor AF-S 18-55 ​
     

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