Night & some random B&W Photos

Hey,

Im just finishing to work through all the photos from the USA-trip in May. It’s been a lot of work, but finally I’m pretty close to the final selection of pictures. These are some, that I just wanted to post. no greater context, except loving the 28-105D lens. ;-).

Enjoy & take care,

Jimi

Night / St. Mark's Place / Nikon D600 / Nikkor Af 50 1.8D / ISO 5000 / RAW / Lightroom

Night / St. Mark’s Place / Nikon D600 / Nikkor Af 50 1.8D / ISO 5000 / RAW / Lightroom

Robert F. Wagner. Sr. Place / NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / ISO 200 / Lightroom / RAW

Robert F. Wagner. Sr. Place / NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / ISO 200 / Lightroom / RAW

Subway NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor 28-105D / ISO 2500 / RAW / Lightroom

Subway NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor 28-105D / ISO 2500 / RAW / Lightroom

Meatpacking District NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / RAW / Lightroom

Meatpacking District NYC / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / RAW / Lightroom

Man Boston / Nikon D600 / Nikkor 28-105D / ISO 200 / RAW / LIghtroom

a Man Boston / Nikon D600 / Nikkor 28-105D / ISO 200 / RAW / Lightroom

Walking Boston / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / ISO 200 / RAW / Lightroom

Walking Boston / Nikon D600 / Nikkor AF 28-105D / ISO 200 / RAW / Lightroom

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6 thoughts on “Night & some random B&W Photos

  1. Hi Jimi, good set of pictures! I particularly like the 2nd and 3rd down. And its great to see you going up to 5,000 ISO – do it, my friend, throw caution to the wind and just do it!!! 🙂

    A versatile lens for urban and many other genres is the 24-120 VR Nikkor – there’s a new one out now and its a bit dear but I’ve got the older, cheaper one. In general, think about VR Nikkors – the Vibration Reduction really does work, it provides an extra 3 or 4 stops before a tripod is needed. Adrian

    • Hi Adrian, thank you, I’ glad you like them. The third one is my favourite. 😉
      I know the VR lenses are good and I’m seriously thinking on getting one, just need to save some money. 😉
      Which VR lenses did you use so far, beside the 70-300?
      Jimi

      • Most of my Nikkors are VR – 16-35, 105 macro (superb for portraits too, wonderful lens!), 80-400, 24-120. I use the 70-300 most – it can do no wrong in my eyes! But for your kind of photography, i.e. around cities etc, I wonder if the 24-120 might not be better, because it has that very useful mix of wideangle and short telephoto >>> but it depends on how you “see” your pictures – do you ever “see” in wideangle? I have the older version of the 24-120VR – as long as you get it from a reputable dealer so that it has a guarantee / warranty, then an older version one like mine would be cheaper than the new f4 version. Adrian

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