|Some People Don’t Have the Temperament for Photography[forum message]|
MULTILINGUAL NIKONIANS >> English Café (Open) >> Some People Don’t Have the Temperament for Photography
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Posted by spiritualized67 on 16-May-2013
Regardless if you’re a street shooter or a landscape photographer, being mindful requires a certain temperament that some people just don’t have.
Being mindful in and of itself doesn’t necessarily ensure photographic succ ...
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D7100, D7000 (Open) >> D7100
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Posted by wiselee2 on 17-May-2013
I have a new D7100 and my question is in regard to the Power on/off switch. If I forget to turn it off, the battery runs completely down overnight. My D70 and D300 do not drain the battery that way. I have searched the manual ...
|Very grudging permission... don't think I'm even going to try[forum message]|
MULTILINGUAL NIKONIANS >> English Café (Open) >> Very grudging permission... don't think I'm even going to try
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Posted by coolmom42 on 19-May-2013
There is a large feed mill just outside of the little town where I live. I've been interested in photographing the mill itself, and the fields on one side of it, for quite some time.
So I called to find out who I would ne ...
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> Critique, Artistic & Technical Advice >> relax
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Posted by geneluck on 16-May-2013
Shot in Rajasthan just before sunset.I liked the colors and the atmosphere of peace and tranquility which emanated from the place. I should have left a bit more space on the left.
Comments welcome. Minimum post-processing. D ...
|a few of my latest bird photo's[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Open) >> a few of my latest bird photo's
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Posted by Tallow on 20-May-2013
Here are a few of my latest shots. All were taken with D3S and Nikkor 600mm f/4
Turkey and Black Vultures
1/320 at f/4 ISO 1000
1/5000 at f/6.3 IS ...
|Workflow Problem Going From CNX2 to Lightroom[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Infrared & Ultraviolet (Open) >> Workflow Problem Going From CNX2 to Lightroom
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Posted by Steve6344 on 19-May-2013
My workflow for non-IR images is to start in Lightroom 4 and then go to Photoshop if necessary. For my IR images I have started using Capture NX2 to open the RAW NEF file and set the white balance.
All good so far. If I ...
|Am I saying this right?[forum message]|
MULTILINGUAL NIKONIANS >> English Café (Open) >> Am I saying this right?
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Posted by Clyde57 on 16-May-2013
Let me start by saying that I don't have much face to face interaction with people who have the same level of knowledge or interest in photography and cameras that I have. Most of the information I get now is from Nikonians a ...
|focus stacking[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Micro, Macro & Close-up (Open) >> focus stacking
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Posted by pasknucklehead on 16-May-2013
Hi everyone, I'd like to try my hand at focus stacking to see if it is something that would be helpful with my style of photography...I just checked one of the post on here and it is saying that many of the forum members use ...
|E-Readers and such[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Computers, Tablets, Peripherals & Tethering Tools >> E-Readers and such
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Posted by Wingman on 19-May-2013
OK, all you tech savvy road warriors, I have another question for you.
I'm getting older and I'm a bit of a Luddite, so I have no experience whatsoever with Kindles, Nooks, tablets, ipads, etc etc.
But I have accumulate ...
|Great Blue Herron Reflections[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Open) >> Great Blue Herron Reflections
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Posted by Morris in MT on 19-May-2013
I recently purchased a ground blind and set it out on a slough of the Missouri River. I was hoping to get some good close-ups of some of the local ducks, but apparently they hate my blind! But this GBH came wandering by the ...