Nikon Z 24-70mm f/4 S

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A couple from today’s visit to Mount Cook, New Zealand. Z7, 24-70/4
 
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A couple of multi-frame HDR shots off the Z7 24-70/4. Processed with Aurora and Luminar
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A little lake west of Boston Bar, Canada
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Biscuits...
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This really is an excellent lens. First is a stitch.

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The Remains of the Day by Paul Kaye, on Flickr

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Dam Reflections by Paul Kaye, on Flickr

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Hidden Bridge by Paul Kaye, on Flickr

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Enjoying the Evening Light by Paul Kaye, on Flickr

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Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon by Paul Kaye, on Flickr
 
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Although I am not as good a photographer as most on this site, I wanted to share some walk-around photos I took with my new Z7 and 24-70 F/4.
It was about 9 AM here in San Francisco, and these pics are straight out of camera - this is the exact look, color, and darkness of the sky. The white balance was set to "cloudy" as it made the colors the most correct. The combo of low lying fog and a high layer of smoke made it apocalyptic and it stayed this way all day. Note the marquee on the movie theater that has not changed since March. On the plus side the camera and lens are awesome

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Although I am not as good a photographer as most on this site, I wanted to share some walk-around photos I took with my new Z7 and 24-70 F/4.
It was about 9 AM here in San Francisco, and these pics are straight out of camera - this is the exact look, color, and darkness of the sky. The white balance was set to "cloudy" as it made the colors the most correct. The combo of low lying fog and a high layer of smoke made it apocalyptic and it stayed this way all day. Note the marquee on the movie theater that has not changed since March. On the plus side the camera and lens are awesome

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Excellent work. Yeah, some of that crud is headed our way today, but at least were are safe from fire—so far.
 
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Although I am not as good a photographer as most on this site, I wanted to share some walk-around photos I took with my new Z7 and 24-70 F/4.
It was about 9 AM here in San Francisco, and these pics are straight out of camera - this is the exact look, color, and darkness of the sky. The white balance was set to "cloudy" as it made the colors the most correct. The combo of low lying fog and a high layer of smoke made it apocalyptic and it stayed this way all day. Note the marquee on the movie theater that has not changed since March. On the plus side the camera and lens are awesome
Wow. Apocalyptic indeed. Your images capture the reality of the situation.

Stay safe. Good luck.
 
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Although I am not as good a photographer as most on this site, I wanted to share some walk-around photos I took with my new Z7 and 24-70 F/4.
It was about 9 AM here in San Francisco, and these pics are straight out of camera - this is the exact look, color, and darkness of the sky. The white balance was set to "cloudy" as it made the colors the most correct. The combo of low lying fog and a high layer of smoke made it apocalyptic and it stayed this way all day. Note the marquee on the movie theater that has not changed since March. On the plus side the camera and lens are awesome

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Hope you are safe and healthy. We've had smoke the smoke here, but this looks a lot worse than anything we've had. I feel sorry for those with respiratory problems, and for all those who may get respiratory problems from the smoke.
 
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Although I am not as good a photographer as most on this site, I wanted to share some walk-around photos I took with my new Z7 and 24-70 F/4.
It was about 9 AM here in San Francisco, and these pics are straight out of camera - this is the exact look, color, and darkness of the sky. The white balance was set to "cloudy" as it made the colors the most correct. The combo of low lying fog and a high layer of smoke made it apocalyptic and it stayed this way all day. Note the marquee on the movie theater that has not changed since March. On the plus side the camera and lens are awesome

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No need to talk down your images. You captured a dramatic mood, a horror for sure.
 

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