rmkline

rmkline

Joined on Feb 11, 2011

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  • Thanks! Have family in Lexington as well, will make it there one day soon. Richard
  • Replied in mkline
    You're absolutely right! There is no point of interest! It's about color and texture. Cheers, and thanks for commenting.
  • Thanks, we met people from Lexington, not doing the driving in a strange state I got my cities mixed up!
  • The brick was pretty amazing to see in person, I was fantasizing about having one of those buildings to convert to a house. It was far less impressive in RAW files, I tried to process it to bring ...
  • Created discussion thread Cold day in Lexington, KY
    Spending the holidays in Louisville, drove to Lexington one day to see Buffalo Trace, apparently the oldest continuously operating distillery in the country. It was a cold, rainy day, but I was ...
  • Replied in Mammoth Cave
    Thanks to all for your replies and comments. I'm going regardless, now I know what NOT to bring. I'll take D810, 24-70, maybe 28/1.4, hope for the best. If I get anything I consider decent, I'll ...
  • Replied in Mammoth Cave
    Do they allow flash? Or powerful flashlights?
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    Bummer
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    Do you mean they won't allow you to use a tripod there?
  • Created discussion thread Mammoth Cave
    I'm going on a 2 hour tour in Mammoth Cave, KY, over the holidays. I'd appreciate any pearls anyone can offer on what photo gear they have found useful in similar situations. I have a Nikon D810, ...
  • Thank you for all of your comments, I'm reassured now that it's just a characteristic of this lens (as opposed to something suddenly breaking). FWIW, it doesn't seem to happen with other lenses, ...
  • I noticed today when my 200 AF-D Micro-Nikkor is on my D810, the camera's LCD shows an F-stop one level higher than what the lens is set to on the aperture ring (e.g., lens says F/4, camera says ...
  • Replied in Coffe anyone?
    Beautiful composition and execution. I would like to add, as no one else has yet, that I am very impressed that the model's face and the coffee cup, and not much else, are in the perfect plane of ...
  • For what it's worth, I would like to add that in my limited amateur experience, the 35/2 Zeiss plays quite well with the M9. I replaced it with the 35 FLE, but I've often thought of re-purchasing ...
  • Replied in Leica M
    I think this is excellent advice. While Leica would likely never release this info, I suspect the majority of M9 users have not "upgraded" to the M. It's that good . At base ISO, almost nothing is ...
  • I have mine on my D810 right now, and it really is sort of an outrageous combination. With its huge aperture and short focus throw it is probably the easiest lens to manually focus on the D810, ...
  • Replied in 35mm Summilux
    I completely agree, the 35 FLE is probably the best 35 optically, maybe the best overall lens to take to an indoor party, I love mine. But the 35 8-element has so much character. And all the nice ...
  • I am in awe at this photograph - it is truly surreal. If I may ask, was that the X-Vario you were holding with one hand? Richard
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