D2H ver 1.0 still kicks butt... (D2H ala' carte images)

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So I went shooting with my ex-girlfriend out to beautiful Pasadena to go visit the Norton Simon Art Museum. For those who aren't familiar with it, it's a small museum with an excellent collection and a beautiful courtyard. Students go for free (I have an old no expiration date student ID...hehe) and for a temporarily disabled guy like me, I get to ride the courtesy museum wheelchair. :)

I brought a 50mm lens and my D2H. The more I shoot with this camera the more I'm amazed. The noise characteristics are soooo natural, it does not bother me at all. Most these interior museum shots were taken anywhere from ISO 400 to ISO 1600, and all shots came out sharp and clean. I think this camera will go down in Nikon history as the most under appreciated camera that could. Anyways, I couldn't find a category to fit most these images, so I posted them here.

PS - Oh and everything was shot from my wheelchair and fixed lens, yo! haha!

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These shots were taken outdoors in the courtyard...

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This shot is my ex-girlfriend, taken with her D70 and 18-70 DX...

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And for all those who are interested in how messed up I am, here's me shooting some naked chicks! :)

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Good images Jonathan,

Good to see you get out and use the camera.

Hope all will be well soon.
 
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Must's been a real treat to go clickety click again

All very well exposed and interesting compositions....well, maybe except for those leaves :roll: Glad to see you getting out and exjoying yourself again.
Your ex is a real beauty too! She must be a witch or she wouldn't be your ex ;) would she? "Get well soon", yo?
 
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Re: Jonathan...

Creative Edge said:
great shots...
man you really got hit hard ....
wish you a speedy recovery...
best wishes,
Yeah, I felt like I got hit by a truck...oh wait I did get hit by a truck! hahaha!
I'm to going take my vicodin now...the pain!!!!! :p

jk, I'm feeling much better now, I can almost bust out of my cast! :)
 
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Excellent shots Jonathan. Glad to see you are getting out finally, and are enjoying the H.

Regards,

Frank
 
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To be honest, I don't know what the D2Hs is improving on...the results from the D2H when properly handled are excellent. They keep saying that the D2Hs is for jpeg shooters, but I shoot jpeg and I think the results look excellent!
 
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Jonathan F. said:
everything was shot from my wheelchair and fixed lens, yo! haha!
Interesting perspective the chair gives you. Especially in the basement with all that buddhist stuff. These seem to have more soul than a lot of museum shots I've seen. Betcha felt humble. :|

Jonathan F. said:
This shot is my ex-girlfriend, taken with her D70 and 18-70 DX... [emphisis added]

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Forget the accident - you're one unlucky dude!
 
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Chris101 said:
Jonathan F. said:
everything was shot from my wheelchair and fixed lens, yo! haha!
Interesting perspective the chair gives you. Especially in the basement with all that buddhist stuff. These seem to have more soul than a lot of museum shots I've seen. Betcha felt humble. :|
Now that I look at the shots again, it's almost if the acient ones looking down on me...sorta freaky!

Jonathan F. said:
This shot is my ex-girlfriend, taken with her D70 and 18-70 DX... [emphisis added]

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She's the unlucky one! I'm now open like a meat market! haha!
 
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