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Nikon D810 big problem[forum message]
MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA >> Nikon D810/D800 series >> Nikon D810 big problem
Topic replies: 31, views: 646, archived
Posted by Jokubas on 13-Aug-2017
Hello I work in a studio ... Taking pictures of children's classes in schools .. Nikon D810 blows people out of sight on a white background ... I worked with the D300s D700 D800 everything was fine ... I work in M mode F ...
Who needs a long lens[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Who needs a long lens
Topic replies: 30, views: 267, archived
Posted by AartPapaya on 13-Aug-2017
I got use to have the luxury of two cameras going to the park. My 150-600 for wildlife and either the (d810 + 24-70) or (d500+ 16-80)for landscapes. The following wildlife pictures were all taken with the d500 with the 16-80m ...
Small Step for Spider, one Giant Leap for Salticidae.[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Micro, Macro & Close-up >> Small Step for Spider, one Giant Leap for Salticidae.
Topic replies: 27, views: 194, archived
Posted by sevendayimages on 14-Aug-2017
Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed :7 I just thought it was way cooler to show you his size, like this on my finger, then a classical Next-To-a-Ruler-to-See-the-Size-image ;) As Jrp told: The best ad ...
Just Beachy[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Landscape >> Just Beachy
Topic replies: 26, views: 210, archived
Posted by cchoc on 14-Aug-2017
Bandon Beach Morning D800E 24-70mm .8 sec @ f/22 ISO 100 Charlie... stalking light (www.stalkinglight.com) Nikonians Team Member https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/363056.jpg ...
Thornbills building nest[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Thornbills building nest
Topic replies: 23, views: 163, archived
Posted by Hessy on 13-Aug-2017
Jan spotted these Chestnut Rumped Thornbills building their nest, so I set up and played Peeping Tom for a while. I was a fair way away so as not to disturb them but they new I was there because every now and then one would ...
Mirror Up[forum message]
MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA >> Nikon D610 and D600 >> Mirror Up
Topic replies: 20, views: 123, archived
Posted by Bela614 on 19-Aug-2017
Hello, I have done everything I know to get a sharp pic. I use primes, use the sweet spot, cable release, tripod and when applicable, shutter speed. I have not raised the mirror for fear of light coming in the eyepiece. I ...
Conflict at the feeder.[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Conflict at the feeder.
Topic replies: 20, views: 123, archived
Posted by Scotty45 on 18-Aug-2017
One could imagine that a small Rainbow Lorikeet would be no match for a Sulphur Crested Cockatoo which is 3 or 4 times larger. But not so, the Lorikeets are real little bullies, which will take on all comers. This scenario wa ...
Aldeyjarfoss[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Landscape >> Aldeyjarfoss
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Posted by rosewood_ltd on 14-Aug-2017
Aldeyjarfoss is about a 20 meter waterfall in the Icelandic highlands. It is only accessible via an "F" road and after about a 1 km hike. The road is nearly inaccessible in the winter, depending on snow conditions and you d ...
Sunrise on Grenadier Island[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Landscape >> Sunrise on Grenadier Island
Topic replies: 19, views: 178, archived
Posted by dkeithw on 15-Aug-2017
Spent the weekend on Grenadier Island in the St. Lawrence River; getting up early and a short hike brought me these two photos taken about 15 minutes apart. They are from a spot on the western part of the island. Hope y ...
Australian Hobby Falcon[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Australian Hobby Falcon
Topic replies: 18, views: 101, archived
Posted by Hessy on 15-Aug-2017
I manage to capture this little raptor today, he was a fair way off and had an ugly grey sky for background, but they are quite a pretty raptor, so I thought I would post it. Ray D500 VR500mm f4G https://www.nikonians ...
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