NYC: More Perspectives

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Giving the D300 more assignments to do with the Nikkor 17-55 and 12-24mm lenses. ISO 200 (except as noted), D2X Mode 3.

Pine Bank Bridge [1/160 at f/4]
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Manhattan Sunset [ISO 800, 1/640 at f/5.6]
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art [1/640 at f/4]
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art [1/1250 at f/4]
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Manhattan & Brooklyn Bridges [1/250 at f/8]
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Solow Building [1/250 at f/8]
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Stained Glass [1/640 at f/2.8]
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Surf Avenue, Brooklyn [1/250 at f/8]
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Chrysler Building @ Night [4sec at f/11]
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The camera may be awesome, but the camera doesn't find the shot, it takes it, but doesn't find it.
It takes a photographer with a good eye to get the shots you get.
Great work!:biggrin:
 
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Oh, for sure.
I'm thinking of upgrading to a D300 within the year. I love my D60, but I want something that functions a little better at higher ISOs and I want more options.
I made a thread about it in Miscellany about the D300 functioning at high ISOs. I asked for people to please contribute their D300 high ISO images, so that I could get an idea for what I can expect.
:biggrin:
 
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Once again, awesome shots Dez. Next time I'm in NY (which is soon, hopefully) you gotta tow me around.
 
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great shots, i particularly like the shot of the chrysler building. can't wait to go to NY in Sept.

great shots again.
 
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Rick Waldroup

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Excellent stuff, as always, but Surf Ave is simply a killer shot.
 
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