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I thought I'd have a bit of fun with this photo and make it something it's not, colorful. I was more interested in the textures and light & dark values in the composition that what it really is. What do you think?


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it has a gothic horror type look to it which i like

do you have any landscape shots taken with your d800?

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do you have any landscape shots taken with your d800?



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thanks Bob

great colours and contrast with those images. you must be very happy with the camera?

i currently shoot with a d90, but saving hard for a d800. My main interest is landscape work but wonder whether the d800e is worth the extra expense.

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great colours and contrast with those images. you must be very happy with the camera?

i currently shoot with a d90, but saving hard for a d800. My main interest is landscape work but wonder whether the d800e is worth the extra expense.
According to the latest test the D800E - Nikon D800 vs. D800E
or Discerning the Differences between the Nikon D800 and D800E | BH inDepth

I am giddy happy with the camera. I moved from a D90 to a D7000 that I still have. I added the D800 for the high resolution. It more than doubles the effective focal lengths of my lenses for pennies on the dollar. I have a 50mm F/1.4, a 24-70 F/2.8 & a 70-300mm F/4-5.6, all FX & all Nikon. I have an 18-200mm F/3.5-5.6 VRII, an 85mm F/3.5 Micro & an 11-16mm Tokina for the D7000. All are excellent lenses.

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Thanks for the links Bob, I'll have a read tomorrow.

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