All images from the Nikon D3x unless noted. Most images were handheld.
Processing was fast and basic: no special tweaks, little or no toying with white balance, and nominal time spent on each image; you’re looking at what the lens delivers.
Color rendition in some of these images is best seen on a wide gamut monitor; colors lose some of their richness and go “dead” on an average monitor (like the Apple 30" Cinema Display).
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