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atpaula

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About atpaula

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  • Birthday 28/05/1962

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  • Real Name
    Aguinaldo Tinoco de Paula
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Macae - Rio de Janeiro
  • Interests
    Motorbikes, travelling and photography.
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  • Fav. Camera
    Nikon
  • Fav. Lens
    Nikkor 16-35mm f/4G
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  1. atpaula

    More New York random pics

    Thank you Dallas. The camera is very nice to handle, lightweight and with a good grip . As I walk all day during my photo sessions it is a joy. Image quality is similar to my D5, but I suspect not in low light photography. I have to confirm that. Three things I don´t like so far: 1- Batteries: I have to manage it more carefully and always carry a spare in my pocket. With My D5 and D4s I don´t have to worry about it. One battery fully charged in those cameras lasts almost one week for me, shooting everyday. 2- I like to use manual focus lenses and I miss the white/green dot focus confirmation when using these lenses. The peaking highlights sucks for my kind of photography (street and landscape). Maybe it is the best for macro work, but I don´t do that. That´s the main disadvantage of this camera for me. 3- The EVF has to be turned on every time you need it. You can set it to automatically do so when you place the camera in your eyes, but there is an annoying delay. You can train yourself to press the shutter release while bringing the camera to your eyes or leave the EVF always on, which will drain more power. I'm still waiting to purchase my first Z lens to see how the combo works. I'm planning to buy the 14-30mm f/4 zoom and the Noct. Nikon said they will be released in spring, but I'm not sure in what year!
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    More New York random pics

    From a recent trip. Nikon D5 and Z6. Thank you for looking. 1 2 3 4 5 6
  3. atpaula

    Notre Dame

    Is it my impression or the long openings (windows?) of the top left tower are wider than the ones of the right tower? I checked on other photos and it seems an imperfection of the construction.
  4. atpaula

    Notre Dame

    My views of this wonderful masterpiece. 1 2 3 4
  5. atpaula

    New York City random pics

    Thank you Dallas. This is what I aim in photography.
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    New York City random pics

    Thank you for looking. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  7. Continuing the fun with this weird lens. Thank you for looking. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  8. atpaula

    Today at the Brooklyn Bridge

    Today I used my wife as a model and took these. D5 & 8-15mm fisheye and Z6 & 18mm f/3.5 Distagon. Thank you for looking.
  9. atpaula

    Playing with the 500mm Reflex in New York

    Thanks Dallas. Regarding the MF, thank God we don't use film anymore, so no problem miss a lot of focus.
  10. I don't want spend 4k in the new 500mm f/4 PF and it is not available here yet, so I decided to play with my Reflex latest edition. Took these yesterday and the day before. Some with the Z6 and some with the D5. Thank you for looking. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  11. It is located at the Hudson Yards, next to B&H. Took these yesterday. Nikon Z6 & Zeiss 18mm f/3.5 Distagon. Thank you for looking.
  12. atpaula

    Remembering Everest Base Camp

    Thank you all for the feedback. I agree about the lack of contrast in the tents. I used the wrong filter. I have many other pics of this place in color too.
  13. atpaula

    Remembering Everest Base Camp

    From my 2014 trek. Thank you for looking.
  14. atpaula

    Remembering the Himalaya

    Revisiting my 2014 trek pictures. Thank you for looking.
  15. atpaula

    Where are the fish?

    Z6 & Otus 85mm f/1.4. Thank you for looking.
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