Hein // Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Hey,

I saw this in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Great Place, been there twice, within a week.

This is a great Artwork bei Jeppe Hein, it appears all neon white/blue when you look at it, but when you

photograph it, well then, it changes to yellow. And the special thing about it is, it does that kind of randomly.

Have a good night.

Enjoy & take care,

Jimi

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

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Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

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Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

Nikon D600, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D, ISO 250, RAW, Lightroom

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5 thoughts on “Hein // Boston Museum of Fine Arts

  1. Interesting effects, Jimi! While I’m talking to you, two small pieces of advice re the D600. First – and I see you’re doing so here – always use raw files – they are far and out the best way to go imagewise.

    Second, I see you’re using 250 ISO and maybe this was all that was required at the time. But Nikon’s full frame DSLRs are good at higher ISOs too, so I urge you to do some high ISO trials if you haven’t done some already, to see what this wonderful machine you’ve bought can do!

    Noise and colour rendition will increase as ISO increases, but these effects tend to look good in black and white. Amateur Photographer magazine says that the D600 controls noise well right up through the ISO range so let yourself go, Jimi >>> 3200, 6400 >>> and right up to 25600 and see what you get! Adrian

    • Adrian, thank you so much. ISO 250 was totally ok in this situation, actually the fist photo was take at ISO 500. Just realized that.

      I know that my lovely D600 is capable to deliver good results at high ISO, but I try to avoid using any ISO above 1600 if possible. although the (out of camera) files look pretty good at ISO 3200. At 6400 there is some noise reduction needed. and the High settings, well there nice, but there is a lot of grain. I think I post some ISO tests sometime over the next days, so you can see what I mean. 😉

      How’s the D800 performing, so far?

      Jimi

      • Hi Jimi, good to hear from you!

        Re ISO, I suppose that my basic advice is that if you find yourself in a situation where high ISO (over 1600) is needed >>> have faith in your wonderful camera and just do it!

        The D800 is excellent, in particular its ability to produce sizeable, usable files from DX format – hence my recent Skylark pictures were shot at 300mm, which with DX format is 450mm, so bringing the birds that much closer.

        The D800 is noticeably lighter and less bulky than the D700, but I think the latter still has the edge in low light situations – the D800’s weakness is that, with so many pixels packed into its sensor, its a little noisier than the D700 when the light gets low. But I love both of these cameras. They may be a bit bulky but they do the business – I can always rely on them! Adrian

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