|D810 is impressive[forum message]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> D810 is impressive
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Posted by walkerr on 24-Jul-2014
These are hardly original thoughts at this point, but I thought I'd add my observations of the D810. I'm coming from a background of using the D800e and D4 for the last few years, and I've used most of Nikon's FX cameras sin ...
|I didn't plan this[forum message]|
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> I didn't plan this
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Posted by dclarhorn on 28-Jul-2014
But, I'm happy how it turned out. While shooting a biking acrobatics demonstration at this past weekend's New Jersey Festival of Ballooning, I caught this one with the sun through the wheel. It's one of a short 4-shot burst I ...
|Real estate lens???[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Real estate lens???
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Posted by aspenextreme on 25-Jul-2014
Wondering if anyone does any real estate photography. If so what is a good lens to use for this? Have my nikon 24-70 2.8 but in dx this might be a little tight.
Also what do people typically charge per shot? I am thinki ...
|Good Morning Sunshine..............[forum message]|
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> Critique, Artistic & Technical Advice >> Good Morning Sunshine..............
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Posted by Bump57 on 26-Jul-2014
This was taken this morning. 7/26/14 I found myself a Sunflower patch and have been trying different compositions and such and came up with this. I was just about right on the foremost Sunflower with the 16-35. I knew the DOF ...
|A Dangerous Thing To Do......[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> A Dangerous Thing To Do......
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Posted by Dubes on 28-Jul-2014
My cousin has loaned me his D800 that he is willing to sell me for a very, very good price (he just purchased a D810). Played around with it for a few days, not a lot of wildlife shots yet, but boy am I impressed with it with ...
|D7100 replacement coming?[forum message]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D7100, D7000 (Public) >> D7100 replacement coming?
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Posted by Peterkb on 26-Jul-2014
I am looking at buying a D7100 to replace my aging D300s. With rumours of a D7200 on the horizon, the age old question - buy now and enjoy or wait and see what comes out around Photokina?
|Eastern Tiger Swallowtails[forum message]|
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> Eastern Tiger Swallowtails
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Posted by Cavy2 on 27-Jul-2014
After three days and about 1000 frames here's what I got. This is the first time I've tried continuous focus mode...what a concept, it actually works :P
D700, 70-300VR @300mm
VR on monopod
F/9, 1/2500, ISO 800
|Another Moon Shot...[forum message]|
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> Another Moon Shot...
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Posted by Dubes on 28-Jul-2014
I'm sure almost every one that has a long tele prime or zoom has done this, but of course I had to try it with my D7100 and Nikkor 600mm + TC14.
A somewhat unusual aspect was that I managed to capture a small De Havilland co ...
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Dragonflies
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Posted by Dubes on 24-Jul-2014
Not my usual target with the 600mm lens, but it had been a real quiet morning - wish I'd packed a set of extension tubes. All cropped anywhere from 30% to 40%.
All images D7100 + Nikkor 600mm f/4 lens + TC14
Twelve Spot ...
|Learn about ISO settings[forum message]|
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D7100, D7000 (Public) >> Learn about ISO settings
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Posted by gakshat on 25-Jul-2014
I consider myself a newbie and have recently bought a D7100. While I intuitively understand Aperture and speed I am not able to wrap my head around ISO.
Basically, how do I measure the light sensitivity a ...