#1. "RE: Blue Hour Approach: Motorcyclists engulfed in vastness nearing Furnace Creek" In response to Reply # 0
Hi Rob. I think you did an edit to show us where the motorbikes are I looked at your post earlier today and could see them for the life of me. I never had time to post then and was worried my eyes were failing me
Seriously though... a nice image. I like in particular the colours and textures. Derek
#4. "RE: Blue Hour Approach: Motorcyclists engulfed in vastness nearing Furnace Creek" In response to Reply # 3 Wed 09-Jan-13 05:34 PM by Robman3
West of Santa Monica, US
I've been busy on a project until just before Christmas and really hadn't been able to get out with the D800 since I bought it last May, with only 3 shoots for video, and a handful of stills of the musicians in context to the videos.
I uploaded this simply because after post, I was amazed at the acuity this camera has in what is my favorite realm, landscape in Death Valley. I habitually do not upload here much but on occasion do dabble.
Of course, contrasting details in this late light are sought out as a norm, but I have a few other "leisure/lifestyle" shots from around 2 PM on the salt flats, and other tourist stops which also are pretty amazing.
I still have the D3S for low light, and the D7000 as a B camera for video and back up but Nikon has arguably set a standard for medium format comparatives.