Showcase Nikon 135mm f/2 DC AF

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Hello,
for my first real post, I offer these two pictures of my daughters, with the Nikkor AF-D 135/2 DC.
The focus was made on the eyes, I 'looks forward to your opinions and advice. I use for many months this lens and I didn 'noted problem of Back / From Focus.

PS : Tell me the size of pictures I have not yet found what was permitted size
Thank!




Fujifilm S5 PRO
f/2 - iso/400 - 1/1600

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Amélie by Christophe, sur Flickr

FujiFilm S5 PRO
f/2.5 - iso/640 - 1/1600

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Modèle : Eléonore (ma fille - my daughter) by Christophe, sur Flickr
 
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Hello,
here are some still in various openings, stained glass is ISO 3200 (the maximum for the Fuji S5) and thirty meters distances.

I hope not to bore you with all these images, but I think this goal is well with this old camera

The photo below (one of my daughters to the beach) shows exactly what I look for in terms of photographic rendering is why I adore the Fuji S5 and AF-NIKKOR 135mm D DC


Fuji S5 - NIKKOR AF-D 135mm DC - f/3.5


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Modèle : Amélie (ma fille - my daughter) by Christophe, sur Flickr

Fuji S5 - NIKKOR AF-D 135mm DC - f/2

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Modèle : Mimine by Christophe, sur Flickr


Fuji S5 - NIKKOR AF-D 135mm DC - f/4

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DSCF3198 by Christophe, sur Flickr


Fuji S5 - NIKKOR AF-D 135mm DC - f/3.2
à 3200 iso

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Cathédrale Saint Pierre (Poitiers-Vienne 86) by Christophe, sur Flickr
 
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just reaquired a 135/2
a magical lens indeed

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Hello Frank,
Superb photography,(y)

yes it is a wonderful 135mm lens

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same to you Ihagee

one more with Emmy
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I have a lot to learn about using this lens

à f/2
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Hello everyone,
another photograph but at f / 4

Modèle : Eléonore - ma fille. (my daughter)
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F/3.2

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Hello,

I'm so pumped. I just pulled the trigger on the 105 DC. It'll be my primary portrait lens.
yes I think you will not be disappointed with the 105mm DC!

Always with the Fuji S5 the 135 DC


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Nikkor AF-D 135/2 DC by Christophe, sur Flickr
 
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Hi Gary. Hnese are beautiful portraits of your dog. Could you tell me please how far were you from your dog when you shot these. I was thinking around then feet or so?
Cheers.
Mike
 
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Here's my daughter today with the ancient D1X & 135DC. The soft focus effect achieved by shooting at f/2 with DC at R2.8.


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