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Unusual Deer Behavioral Images..........................................................[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Unusual Deer Behavioral Images..........................................................
Topic replies: 30, views: 294, archived
Posted by Lunastar on 17-Nov-2014
I just returned from my annual 9 day, dusk to dawn whitetail deer "safari." The deer population is way down but I did manage many usable images despite the terrible high ISO light and wicked cold temps in the low single digit ...
New D7100![forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D7100, D7000 >> New D7100!
Topic replies: 28, views: 391, archived
Posted by nevan on 16-Nov-2014
Hi dear friends, I wonder why I just could not post twice here since last Tuesday. I wanted to share my joy with you. I received my new toy. A friend coming from the US brought it. However, there's already an issue. I ...
Nasim Mansourov's Rant on Adobe[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Adobe postprocessing software (Public) >> Nasim Mansourov's Rant on Adobe
Topic replies: 27, views: 529, archived
Posted by jtmcg on 19-Nov-2014
Nasim doesn't like Adobe. https://photographylife.com/adobes-software-bloating-performance-issues-and-bugs John ...
Birds With D810[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Birds With D810
Topic replies: 26, views: 252, archived
Posted by rb4good on 19-Nov-2014
Haven't purchased the new 2xTC but tried out the D810 with my 1.7TC & 1.4TC. All with the 300mmF4, hand held, manual. Most are 30% to 40% crops, the swimming mallard is 50% and the flying yellowlegs is 62%. I'm sure I'm seein ...
More From GSMNP[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Landscape (Public) >> More From GSMNP
Topic replies: 23, views: 201, archived
Posted by Melman59 on 15-Nov-2014
Here are a few more from The Smoky Mountains taken from the 19th to the 26th of October 2014. C and C welcome. Spruce Flats Falls D800, 24-70mm @24mm, F16, 5 sec, ISO 100 http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/29144 ...
Canada Geese[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> Canada Geese
Topic replies: 22, views: 218, archived
Posted by mnbuilder49 on 15-Nov-2014
I just got the TC14e III and I wanted to see how it worked with the 500mm F4 VR lens. D810 ISO 800 F8 1/6400 sec. Larry http://www.larryandersonphotography.com http://www.andersonmasterbuilders.com http://ww ...
I went a little crazy and bought a D800 + FX lens assortment![forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> I went a little crazy and bought a D800 + FX lens assortment!
Topic replies: 21, views: 342, archived
Posted by shrigg on 16-Nov-2014
Hello D8x0 forum regulars! Just sold my recently purchased D7000 and picked up a used D800 to satisfy my full frame thirst. I rationalized the move because I already owned a 17-35mm f2.8 AF-S Nikkor. Sounds reasonable, righ ...
Orion setting behind the moon Port Willunga SA[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Astrophotography >> Orion setting behind the moon Port Willunga SA
Topic replies: 21, views: 187, archived
Posted by NRandall on 16-Nov-2014
I figured this would be the best forum for this one - even though it is not just stars. http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/291491.jpg ...
and a Ringneck called in too...[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Wildlife (Public) >> and a Ringneck called in too...
Topic replies: 20, views: 162, archived
Posted by Hessy on 18-Nov-2014
This Ringneck Parrot called in to steal someone else's food. Ray All pics - D800E 300mm f2.8 f8 1/800 ISO400 http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/291644.jpg f8 1/800 ISO400 http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_ ...
Is there a formula ?[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Printers, Scanners & Color Management >> Is there a formula ?
Topic replies: 19, views: 277, archived
Posted by Randy1 on 15-Nov-2014
Is there a formula that can be applied to a full frame DSLR that will let you know how big of a print you can print out without it losing sharpness. For example a D300 will allow you to print out poster size 24x33 prints and ...
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