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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    Thanks, Tuco. Really well done with the ziggurat photo. The framing is excellent, particularly the shadow along the bottom. Your M9 photos are definitely sharper than my D600 ones.
    Thanks. Yeah that Zeiss 25mm does a sharper job than my other two lenses I have for the system.

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    Re: Digital IR

    More of the same


    Evergreen Cemetery by tuco, on Flickr

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    Re: Digital IR

    A few from today.


    f/8 1/500 sec 1600 ISO 38mm


    f/8 1/500 sec 1600 ISO 24mm


    f/8 1/2000 sec 1600 ISO 35mm

    24-70 f2.8 IF EX DG Sigma

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    I've tested a few Nikkor lenses with my Nikon D700.

    AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED works great across the whole range of mm's and from wide open to f22. Past f11, it becomes diffraction limited though.
    AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8E ED VR works great across the whole range of mm's, but starts to get a hot-spot at about f8.
    AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/4G ED VR - not tested yet.
    AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR - not test yet.

    I have a few older Sigma lenses I have not tested either.
    I tested my 200-500 today. I did not find any hot-spots.


    F8 : 1/800 sec : 200 ISO : 200 mm


    F11 : 1/320 sec : 200 ISO : 200 mm


    F16 : 1/160 sec : 200 ISO : 200 mm


    F22 : 1/80 sec : 200 ISO : 200 mm

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    Re: Digital IR

    Magnolia Gardens has a small plantation cemetery. Here is one gravesite.


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    Re: Digital IR

    That's good news, Jon. The subtle color variations are interesting.
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    That's good news, Jon. The subtle color variations are interesting.
    I have a Photoshop action that helps me with that.

    Since I am using Live View on my Nikon D700 to focus and frame the image, I am finding it difficult to do it in bright sunlight. The light just washes it out! So, I ordered the following device to help me out:



    This gets attached to the LCD screen on the back of the camera. It should eliminate the glare. Reviews say it works very well. I should get it via UPS on Monday.

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    Old Ford by tuco, on Flickr

    M9, Zeiss 35/2, R72

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    Ha, Tuco. You beat me too it! I have a very similar scene that I've driven by, but I haven't gotten around to photographing it yet. The light foliage sets of the dark truck nicely.
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    Re: Digital IR

    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    I have a Photoshop action that helps me with that.

    Since I am using Live View on my Nikon D700 to focus and frame the image, I am finding it difficult to do it in bright sunlight. The light just washes it out! So, I ordered the following device to help me out:



    This gets attached to the LCD screen on the back of the camera. It should eliminate the glare. Reviews say it works very well. I should get it via UPS on Monday.
    As another data point, I had to do something similar with my NX500 full-spectrum camera for the same reason and although the installation looks a bit clunky / funky, it works very well indeed:



    Here's hoping the same proves true for you and your setup!
    JG

    More of my photos can be seen at my photo-blog here: https://audiidudii.aminus3.com/

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