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Another railroad photography related death in the US[forum message]
CAFÉ >> English Café (Public) >> Another railroad photography related death in the US
Topic replies: 55, views: 1136, archived
Posted by Ned_L on 19-Mar-2015
This month, Achilles Williams, a popular Atlanta, GA personal trainer, was making a video for his YouTube channel. Investigators say Williams and a friend were shooting the video near train tracks, though not directly on them ...
Squirrel shot Tamron 150-600[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Squirrel shot Tamron 150-600
Topic replies: 45, views: 345, archived
Posted by bhiggins on 24-Mar-2015
Getting to know the new lens (and camera) is a bit of a test ground. Knowing what you can expect takes shooting and more shooting mentally juggling the variables. I have had great initial results but this shot gave me a goal ...
Camera Shake[forum message]
MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA >> Nikon D7000 Series >> Camera Shake
Topic replies: 43, views: 536, archived
Posted by BeeKay60 on 20-Mar-2015
I am beginning to wonder whether my D7000 is too heavy for me. I have tried shooting with a faster shutter speed, keeping my arms by my side, holding my breath as I shoot and I just can't seem to keep the camera still. I am f ...
Pictures of Pictures[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> A Picture I Took >> Pictures of Pictures
Topic replies: 34, views: 278, archived
Posted by bhiggins on 20-Mar-2015
I have referenced my wildlife painting in posts, some have asked to see it. I guess this is the spot to post it. Although not your typical digital images of wildlife it "IS" the reason I do photography. It gets me out in natu ...
Potosi color or B&W[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> Post for Critique >> Potosi color or B&W
Topic replies: 30, views: 171, archived
Posted by geneluck on 23-Mar-2015
Which of the 2 versions do you prefer? other comments welcome. Jean-luc http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/300247.jpg http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/300248.jpg ...
Third Portrait[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Glamour & Portrait, Studio & Still Life >> Third Portrait
Topic replies: 26, views: 236, archived
Posted by Bela614 on 21-Mar-2015
Hello, Here is my third portrait to date. Used a SB-800 and reflector umbrella. Comments welcomed. Bill http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/300097.jpg ...
M & F Cardinal[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> M & F Cardinal
Topic replies: 25, views: 175, archived
Posted by dwr857 on 24-Mar-2015
Wow imagine that 1000 posts.... Male and Female Cardinal late afternoon about 1 week ago.. Yes the male was that red. The histograms on these shots looked like a mountain top centered in the frames. Very little PP and abo ...
Carpet Python[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Carpet Python
Topic replies: 23, views: 243, archived
Posted by Hessy on 20-Mar-2015
I was out in the bush today and came across this little Carpet Python. I had too much lens to fit him all in, and couldn't back off in time (the snake was on a mission), so I have posted some bits of him to show of his colou ...
Early Bird Catches The Worm[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Early Bird Catches The Worm
Topic replies: 22, views: 191, archived
Posted by bhiggins on 23-Mar-2015
American Robin and lunch! D7100 Tamron 150-600 @600 F8 1/1000 http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/300287.jpg ...
Granddaugther[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> Family & Pets >> Granddaugther
Topic replies: 21, views: 131, archived
Posted by Dubes on 23-Mar-2015
Couldn't resist taking these shots and I had my camera close by. My granddaughter was sprawled on top of the back of our couch watching TV. D800 + Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 lens; ISO1250, 1/60sec, f/3.2 http://www.nikoni ...
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