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  1. #671
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    An old outtake I decided to work up (mainly out of boredom)...
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  2. #672
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    I have not posted in a while but on another thread, there was a discussion about Z cameras and apparently, there is a lot of people on this site who dismiss them as not being real cameras. It is something people need to get used to because mirrorless will be the only cameras available in a couple of years. I really enjoy my Z6 and due its small size have a small bag that I take with me when just going about my normal activities as tonight, walking with a close friend on a dark street heading places not decided yet where to eat and have a drink. Here is a grab shot as we walked, when my friend was dimly lit by a fluorescent bulb in a window display of a shop. The light was very low, and dark enough to not see the ground where we were walking. I had the compact 24-70 f/4 mounted lens wide open f/4.0 and shutter 100 needed ISO 12,000!
    The second image was a few minutes later sitting in Jamie Oliver's Italian restaurant. This one was taken in more light, using a 70-200 2.8 at f/2.8 at 125mm 1/100 and ISO 3200. but still dim. Two things to notice, the "kit" zoom is superb and twice as sharp as the 70-200 and that the high ISO performance of the z6 is BETTER than a D5 until 102,000 ISO. Regardless of the dismissal of the Z cameras as toys and not real cameras, this is the future of still and video photography. The lenses are lighter, smaller and cheaper the corner to corner the sharpest lenses Nikon makes. The dinner was good also;>) The 12000 ISO top photo is uncorrected for WB set on Auto, which is not correct very often for fluorescent light and Zero noise reduction. My D800 and D850 could not do that.
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  3. #673
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Another photo taken in an alley with low light last night, a yard light about 50 feet away directly to the right of the frame.
    It was fun playing around with shadows and available light, hard contrast, and a bit grunge look. None of this shoot was planned,we just met to chat and I had my Z6 with me. 1/80, 70mm f/4 ISO 8000 Really enjoying this little camera, best low light camera I have ever had and even better at all ISO below 102,000 than the D5

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  4. #674
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Music event, talent show

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  5. #675
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    Amazingly, 50% of this is mine...!
    You could really boost the whites and vibrance in post-processing on this pic, and then be even happier with it. Good luck with the new baby!

  6. #676
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    It took some doing to get this photo where it is, it was completely dark when I took it. Thanks for the pointers.
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    A bunch of Nikon stuff

  7. #677
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Call_me_Tom View Post
    Amazingly, 50% of this is mine...!
    Maybe adjust the White Balance to something a little warmer?
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  8. #678
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Trying something different. The senior model liked it.Post your Portrait shots!-_bec7983-1-2.jpg
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    Always jump in feet first! You never know how deep the water is!!

  9. #679
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Another dim backlit snapshot of a long time from Kazahstan in a small restaurant near my home
    Z6 24-70 f/4 1/80 2000 ISOm no flash, not very bright ambient.
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  10. #680
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Wedding
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    D300, D3300
    105F2.8 AIS, 70-300 G, 50F1.8 AF, 16-85G ED VR, 18-55DX VRII, AFS DX 35mm F1.8
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