All images from the Nikon D3x. Nearly all were handheld.
Except as noted, these images are “as processed” with default processing, and were not processed in order to “pop” (except as noted). Rather, they are shown in their natural state as default processing would produce.
Click any image to see the larger version.
Color rendition for some of these images is best seen on a wide gamut monitor; colors lose some of their life and go “dead” on an average monitor (like the Apple 30" Cinema Display).
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