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    Dragonflies. Nikon D800E, Zeiss ZF 2/100 Makro-Planar.


    tcsiew59, Lindeberg Feller, and 33 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Keith Gooderham 33 months ago | reply

      Love the composition, coloour and selective detail. How are you finding the camera?

    2. anjoudiscus 33 months ago | reply

      Magnifique image !

    3. jon700 33 months ago | reply

      Great composition and an excellent picture

    4. awirth [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      Love the composition of this capture!

      Via awirth's contacts' uploads on Fluidr

    5. mingthein 33 months ago | reply

      thanks people!

    6. rikvandenhende 33 months ago | reply

      Beautiful composition

    7. rikyuu 33 months ago | reply

      Superb shot !
      and I suppose ZF100/2 is a most suitable lense for D800E.
      surprising resolution and beautiful bokeh.

    8. mingthein 33 months ago | reply

      A most suitable lens indeed.

    9. Ronny Olsson 33 months ago | reply

      Great shoot :-)

    10. Nognar2 33 months ago | reply

      Very nicely done

    11. harmondo 25 months ago | reply

      Excellent image. Stunning quality from that wonderful lens.

    12. Titom54 25 months ago | reply

      wonderful colors brushed in the background and sharp focus.
      well done
      how would you evaluate your keeper rate (in focus shots) with this high resolution sensor with manual focus lenses?

    13. mingthein 25 months ago | reply

      Honestly...not that high. My keeper rate in general with the D800E is about 2%, but then again I bin anything that isn't perfect at the pixel level (as well as compositionally perfect, of course).

    14. Titom54 24 months ago | reply

      OK, that's not so much, in the end...
      I already felt that 30% were perfectly in focus (and 50% acceptable) with leica R on D700, but 2% is really low!

    15. mingthein 24 months ago | reply

      Well, if I kept the 99% perfect stuff it would probably be 99%, but I'm a bit crazy that way.

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