|I dont understand why studio work is so much sharper[forum message]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D800/D800E >> I dont understand why studio work is so much sharper
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Posted by Belicosos on 18-Apr-2014
Is it normal for flash to produce sharper images? I've been looking at my work and have realized the use of my flash kit produces sharper images than that of using natural light on my D800.
I shoot f11 for most ...
|Rainbow Lorikeet in the palms[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Rainbow Lorikeet in the palms
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Posted by glxman on 16-Apr-2014
First try of auto ISO shooting manual
|SD Card Capacity display is incorrect D610[forum message]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D610 and D600 >> SD Card Capacity display is incorrect D610
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Posted by ChickNew on 19-Apr-2014
I am using a nikon D610 camera. I have inserted 2- 32gig Sandisk Class 10 SD media cards in the camera (card # 2 is set to receive the overflow images, when card 1 is full). I have set the format of images to 14bit RAW + Fine ...
|Improving with primes[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Improving with primes
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Posted by fivesense on 19-Apr-2014
What are the best resources (in addition to Nikonian advice) that will help me improve with my 35 mm prime? I'm not seeing the results I want, especially considering everything and everyone I read sings prime praises. It's ve ...
|Unbelievable - Nikon guy shooting with simple phone[forum message]|
MULTILINGUAL NIKONIANS >> English Café (Public) >> Unbelievable - Nikon guy shooting with simple phone
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Posted by bgs on 17-Apr-2014
Saw this guy today, check it out.
He is has a Nikon DSLR in one hand, but reverts to make a snapshot with a simple smartphone instead. Wonder if he ran out of batteries in that monster Nikon or what.
What's your take on ...
|How to avoid room color from affecting WB?[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Nikon Speedlights & Lighting >> How to avoid room color from affecting WB?
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Posted by Bravozulu on 19-Apr-2014
My wife sells paintings on commission. It falls onto my lap to keep a photo archive of her paintings before she delivers them to clients.
The room in the house most suited to capture images of large canvases has a distin ...
|Red-headed Woodpecker[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Red-headed Woodpecker
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Posted by rb4good on 21-Apr-2014
This bird spends most of its time too high in the trees for my set-up, but over the course of a few days, I did manage to catch it closer to the ground. Soon the leaves will fill in making it even harder to find it.
|In-body Lens Distortion Correction???[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> In-body Lens Distortion Correction???
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Posted by houdel on 16-Apr-2014
In another post, Nikonian "agitater" stated "late model Nikon bodies correct distortion in all current Nikkor lenses in-camera automatically for JPG files". Is this really true? I have seen mention of things such as lens prof ...
|Spring Thaw........[forum message]|
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> Critique, Artistic & Technical Advice >> Spring Thaw........
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Posted by Bump57 on 16-Apr-2014
I have had my eye on this scene now for over a month. This canoe broke loose and made it's way across the pond sometime during spring thaw. I waited for a day when the water was calm and I had some nice filtered late afternoo ...
|John Heinz NWR near Philly Intl Airport photo walk today[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> John Heinz NWR near Philly Intl Airport photo walk today
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Posted by af4nc on 18-Apr-2014
Ned Levi, moderator on Nikonians conducted a photo walk at the John Heinz NWR this morning. What a great day and some amazing pictures.
Here are some of the Great Blue Herons I shot today.
D4, 200-400 f4 w/1.4 tc, handheld ...