A negative exposure compensation of 1.67EV was required in Matrix metering mode to get this ISO 1600 image just as we wanted it; slightly darker than the original scene but with beautiful evening colours.
Shot handheld at 1/125 and f/5.6 at 58mm with the 24-70mm f/2.8, this ISO 620 shot has plenty of natural looking detail.
Shooting at f/2.8 at 150mm has restricted depth of field nicely, but there's plenty detail of in this ISO 100 shot.
The low, soft light gave the AF system a challenge, but it was up to it – and despite using ISO3200, the D810 has produced a beautiful image with subtle chroma noise.
Zooming in to 100% reveals logos on caps and hair details in this shot taken using a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens at the 200mm point with a 2x converter to give 400mm.
This shot was taken at ISO 6400, but the texture of the suitcases is visible and the tonal gradations look natural. The Matrix metering has produced a nice balanced result.
We used the D810's Monochrome Picture Control to bring out the graphic lines of this hotel lobby. As Picture Controls allow raw recording, we have a full-colour image as well.