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  1. January 18 winterscene with geese
  2. Nikon Df Nikkor 35-135/3.5-4.5 Pokeman Go for those who do not know what it is 1 2 3 4 5
  3. I've been absent for a long time from one of my favorite places in the USA, the desert southwest and specifically Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks. On a whim, my wife and I picked up one day and just went for a few days. It could have been a few days longer because we forgot the toll the 7000 foot altitudes could take on those who spend most of their lives nearer sea level. However, we did get in some hiking and puffing and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. So for what it's worth. Here is a quick New Years visit to some very lovely naturally sculpted landforms. Happy Holidays and especially Happy New Year. Most images are taken using a Nikon Df and 24-120mm f/4 AFS VR lens. It's not my usual hiking kit, but on this visit I didn't want to sacrifice the photographic possibilities. The library of images can be found here: https://snappix.smugmug.com/Photography/Bryce-Zion/ Sunrise at Inspiration Point
  4. Fons Baerken

    spent to go

    1 2 Ranunculus fit to compost Df 50mm f/1.2ais
  5. Shot with a fixed focus Rodenstock Heligon 100/1.6 lens on a Df @f1.8, with a 20mm extension tube. This lens was used in x-ray machines. Just experimenting - hard to focus! Best viewed large.
  6. I'm looking for an economical way to copy slides. I'd like to use a bellows and slide copier with my Df body. I'll be using a 55mm f/3.5 AI Nikkor Micro lens. The Nikon PB-5 seems like the most economical choice, but I can't find out if the bellows mount and camera body are compatible. I know that some bodies and bellows can be tricky to mount without additional tubes or accessories. The PB-4 swing/tilt is more hardware than I need and what little I've been able to find about the PB-6 seems like additional expensive accessories are needed. What do you suggest for this application? I'll be using it of course for other macro situations, but I have an immediate need to archive some slides from family estates. I don't require extraordinary resolution of scanning for large prints, just web sized images for documenting past events.
  7. Guest

    Beauty with no name

    My #2 favourite subject for portraits. Her pose is a bit stiff though. She's a secondary character at the bottom of a bronze statue with general Faidherbe, a glorious loser. Severe crop from a shot with Df + Zeiss MP 50/2, here at 5.6. That lens is such clean and sharp that crops look very good. Only problem is sensitivity to flare, and a full aperture that is certainly not worth f/2 but rather f/2.5.
  8. Guest

    Vestiges of autumn - Japan Alps

    The last of the autumn leaves and fruits in the Japan Alps still provide a spectacle. My wife and I have just spent a few days hiking through some of the 400 year old post towns in the Kiso Valley, on the old Nakasendo Trail between Kyoto and Edo (now Tokyo). Beautiful scenery and beautifully maintained, original wooden houses and inns. These images were captured with the Df and a Nikkor 105/2.5 AIS, all hand held, and processed using Irident Developer 2. Best viewed large. 1) Persimmons on the Magome-toge pass 2) in Narai post town 3) in Narai post town 4) near Kiso-Fukushima
  9. Two almost identical images shot handheld using a very simple lighting setup, natural light from right and one ordinary desk light from left. Df image shot using an Olympus E-M10 plus Olympus 45mm f1.8. 1/10sec f7.1 iso 400 E-M10 shot using a Nikon Df plus Nikkor 105mm f2.5 AIs. 1/125sec f4 iso 2.000
  10. Guest

    Late spring bloom

    A recent capture in the Sydney Botanic Gardens. Nikon Df with a Leica R 60/2.8 macro - f2.8 @ 1/100 sec., handheld. From the Rhododendron family, I think. Happy to be corrected on this. Best viewed large.
  11. Guest

    A pond in Shinjuku Goyen

    Captured a couple of days ago at a quiet pond in Shinjuku Gyoen, Tokyo, using a Nikon 105/2.5 Ais lens on a Df. Autumn colours are slowly emerging here in Tokyo. Best viewed large.
  12. what a wet and cool august it was Df 35mm f/1.4 ais Lovely. And the 35/1.4 AIS is a lovely lens; special. I sold mine when I bought the Sigma equivalent. It is sharper at every aperture than the AIS but doesn't have that magic. what a wet and cool august it was Df 35mm f/1.4 ais
  13. Luc de Schepper

    Smile

    Nikon Df, Tamron 28-75mm f2.8, on-camera SB700 flash
  14. Luc de Schepper

    Library

    Df + MF 28mm f2.8 AIs (image 1-5) MF 105mm f2.5 Ais (image 6) and MF 50mm f1.2 Ais (image 7) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  15. I always have a camera with me. Captured this while enjoying breakfast at a cafe with my wife. Nikon Df, Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 VR Redone, this time with a bit more contrast and the foreground, blurred chair cloned out.
  16. Guest

    Nikon Df with AU-1 Focusing Unit

    Hi, Bjørn. The Df manual says the camera is incompatible with the AU-1 focusing unit. My AU-1 (without CPU) is happy on a D700 and on a D3200. Why would it be incompatible with the Df? Conrad
  17. Guest

    DF+fast lenses+twilight

    The BC legislature building gets lit up for the holidays and made a fun subject for my 50mm 1.2 and 28 2.0. The first two shot at max aperture.
  18. Fyi, Apple have updated digital camera raw to accommodate the Nikon Df and D5300.
  19. Guest

    update

    From the album: Lorne

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