D100 Appreciation thread.
Your Photographs just blow our minds, like no other pic. have ever done.
My wife just said, that if I could take pictures like that, she wouldn't
mind me getting better glass or whatever I need, so I think I better stick with what I've got.
Thanks for sharing and a Happy New Year !
Beatiful! I've never seen close ups like these! Thanks for sharing.
Always have your camera ready!
if you continue to show that is the photographer not the camera that matter.
What lens did you use with the D100?
What a sincere pleasure to see your latest posting and true mastery of not only the Camera and Lens but of your Post Processing. Ronnie, you have been an inspiration to many including myself!! I still say you should write a "How To" book!! I look forward to seeing more in the future!!
What lens did you use with the D100?-- hide signature --
All these images were taken with a Nikon 300mm f/4 AF-S lens and extension tubes.
It's less about the subject and more about the composition & light- Ronnie Gaubert.
Thanks for the info. Again, excellent images!
That's always been my theory. Although I don't pretend to be an amazing photographer, I know that a different camera won't make me a better one.
I shoot with my D100 every day, trying to improve my eye and skills. Maybe, someday, I can aspire to this level . . .
I am sure you have heard this about 30,000 times, but you are the best close up photog I have ever seen... superb work.
I have never seen a D100, but now I will be looking out for one!
And a 300 f4 with tudes.... some day!
best wishes my friend, stay cool.
My home base... http://www.raymondbarlow.com/
I've seen all these images in your site. However it's always nice to see them again to inspire myself. As usual I think the person behind the camera made the diffeence..
Hope you are doing great.
...People still appreciate the D100 after all this time. I still have mine and shoot with it from time to time. There still is something special about D100 images...
'I'd knock on wood for good luck, but it just gives me a headache!!!'
My question now is this.....have we really advanced since the D100...it's the person behind the lens really.
Yes, we have better cameras now ... My question now is what Ronnie (rest in peace) could do with the D800E & the AF-S NIKKOR 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR.
.....Just from an amateur......''Sometimes it's to your advantage for people to think you're crazy.” I am only a hoobyist, I cannot and do not give expert advice, dont expect it, just take it as a suggestion to think about, but only if you wish to. We should try to not wait for life to happen, while it passes us by.