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  1. nivaun


    A fallen tree in transition trapped upon the shore of Lake Crescent to be battered by the waves and the weather of Storm King. Olympic National Park. Capture: Fujifilm X-T1. 70s, f/11, iso200. - Zeiss Touit 32mm. - Lee Seven5 Big Stopper ND & Polarizer. - Acros-R B&W simulation. Pixelroom: On1 PhotoRAW 2018
  2. nivaun

    Water Dragon...

    A combination of Barnes Creek entering the Lake Crescent and the wind blowing waves against the silhouette of the tree root gave me the impression it was a swimming dragon. I also like how the sunset created a convenient X. Capture: Fujifilm X-T1, 6.5s, f/22, iso 100. - Zeiss Touit 12mm - Lee Seven5 Big Stopper, .9 GND soft, Polarizer - B&W-R simulation Pixelroom: On1 PhotoRAW 2018.5
  3. Guest

    Ancient Bristlecone Pines at Night

    Had a blast, but almost broke my neck stumbling in the dark to get these shots. My first post here, eager to learn how to do this type of thing better. Shot with the D810, with Sigma 15mm Fisheye lens. Light painting with a pen light.
  4. Guest

    Seascapes from mid March -14

    'Omnia Ex Deus' -D800E, 17-35 2.8, 270 sec, f/16, iso 100, Lee Big Stopper + Lee GND (-Hard gradation); -- 'Where Green Meets Blue' -D800E, 17-35 2.8, 361 sec, f/11, iso 200, Lee Big Stopper + Lee GND (-Hard grad); (I'm just not sure about this shot..)
  5. Guest

    - X -

    X Hvaler - Norway, 17.03.2014. D800E, 17-35 2.8 @ 17mm, 346 sec, f/22, iso 50, Big Stopper + GND 0.3 (Hard grad). →Must be viewed huge!← - As typical locally this shot is being "butchered" of amateur photographers (who I prefer calling; "know-it-alls") in my home town area, one even tried to learn me the rule of the golden ratio earlier today.. One even told me that he would have used a tripod on this shot.... I replied that I got a sturdy hand and to handhold the cam for 346 seconds for a shot like this ain't no problem!... - But in fact this is a record breaking shot for me (at least on my own site), well under 24 hours after it had been posted on my Gplus profile I had enormously 880 likes/or +1 as Google calls it, some 40 shares and a ton of comments.. - (As usual), I have added contrast (and some clarity) in the "X" itself to make the eye wander from the bottom of the image and down with the line and out into the image and then the sky. The contrast increases as the line of the "X" vanish down in the shot, just to make the eye keep "on track".
  6. Guest


    They're all shot with my D3, the 17-35 2.8 and 70-200 2.8 vr.
  7. armando_m

    Small Bridge

    A cliche photo for anyone visiting Guanajuato Mexico "puente del campanero" or bellman bridge the street was dug deeper, and a bridge was built so the house on the left could be entered, or so they say ... Christmas decorations include piñatas A mix of electric light with dawn They have this huge lamps all over interesting places ... making it hard to avoid flare and I did not have my lens hood ...
  8. Guest

    Lille Råholmen

    I wrote about the neighbor isle earlier today in "Hitler's Quarry" in "Places" here on NG. This is "Lille Råholmen" - the isle right beside "Stenhuggerbrygga"/"Store Råholmen". I shot this mid May yesteryear (2012) with my D2X and the Tokina AT-X pro 11-16 2.8 and with the B+W ND110 (1000). 2 Weeks later I shoot these three on the same night with the exact same equipment. Some which I've never posted publicly. (Can't believe how many exposures I managed to do in such a short period of time, the first shot was taken 2048, the second one 2101 and the third and last one was 2109... I must have been exhausted afterwards..) :-) And at last I have three shots from this past summer. I think I remember the exposure was 18 minutes but should have been longer, another unused shot because of the noise. D3, 17-35 2.8, Big Stopper, GND. D3, 17-35 2.8, Lee ND 0.3. (I didn't expect such a focused scene because the pier I stood on and which the boat was tied to waved quite a bit at all sides.)
  9. Trying out a 10x ND filter This was badly underexposed, processed with LR4.2 24mm f/5.6 3 min exposure
  10. I eventually got around to testing my Samyang 7.5mm fisheye out on the OM-D around the house. I was using it on the lightweight Velbon CF-235 tripod with the Sunwayfoto FB-28 head and trying to see how it would handle long exposures on that support system. What I found really confuses me. The OM-D seems to be generating a LOT of noise at low (200 base) ISO with shutter speeds over a second long. I was quite shocked at this because up until now I haven't been concerned about anything IQ wise with the OM-D. I decided to check some settings in the camera and did some shots with the long exposure noise reduction on as well as off. Regardless of the setting I am still getting a lot of noise in my RAW files. Take a look: 1. This is my living room, camera NR set to off. Exposure time: 1.6sec ISO 200 100 percent look at the ceiling: That looks very grainy for ISO 200. 2. Same shot but now with the NR set to high. Exposure time: 1.3sec ISO 200 100 percent look at the ceiling: Still pretty noisy to me. This is quite a setback for my intentions of using this small system for interior photography. Has anyone else experienced the same kind of noise at low ISO, long exposure time?
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